Christian Publishers Count Their BlessingsSandra D. Atchison
Three years ago, Roger L. Riether, a burned-out minister looking for a new career, and his father-in-law, Larry E. Anderson, an insurance agent with a zeal for the gospel, bought a religious bookstore in a onetime parish hall in Greeley, Colo. They quickly discovered that old-fashioned Christian bookselling was a money-losing venture.
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