Philip Yancey has done it again! Thirty-five years after writing his classic book Where Is God When It Hurts? Yancey has revisited and updated his vision in The Question That Never Goes Away—”why?”. Living in an imperfect world where we are bombarded with tragic circumstances when it seems God is ignoring His creation, Yancey brings a reassuring, refreshing response to three relatively recent devastating calamities that have impacted many. Read this new addition to your WLFMC library to see where we can go when our faith is put to the test. Flashbang by Mark Steele is now available at the library—a book that was written with the unrelenting purpose that people get over themselves for the sake of living with another purpose—God. But not just God as an idea or a concept—God as a person to chase after, at the cost of leaving ourselves behind. (Flashbang is a weapon used to create a big noise and a lot of flash that leaves no lasting mark—not the result we desire in our walk with God.) One Light Still Shines, a story that has never before been told of the miraculous workings of God in the lives of the shattered lives left behind after the tragedy of the Amish schoolhouse shooting at Nickel Mines has recently been published. Written by the shooter’s widow, she details how God worked in lives and hearts during the immediate aftermath of the overwhelming event and has continued to make himself known with deliverance, compassion and grace in the lives of those intimately involved in the heart-rending destruction. Lis Wiehl focuses on the Civil Rights Movement in her latest novel, Snapshot. Using uniquely personal and historical background information, she has presented a challenging, intriguing account “that takes us along the twisted path of race in America that is closer to the human experience than most history books.” You will be caught up in the gripping human story of justice too long delayed as you read this intriguing book. See you in the library!