306 pages, 15 of 15 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled
Alexa Hartfield. Author, local celebrity, fashion connoisseur. She chose Fairbury for its close proximity to Rockland, its small town atmosphere, and its low crime rate.
Then someone made her life a literary cliché. A mysterious accident with a light bulb sparked an interesting idea for her latest novel—and for Fairbury’s new serial killer. The first replication infuriated her. The second left an even worse taste in her mouth. The third blasted more than her self-confidence, and the fourth beat her down so far she’s considering giving up writing completely.
Who is killing Fairbury’s citizens, and furthermore, why and how are they using her novels to do it?
306 pages, 36 of 40 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled, Previously Free
Mary Katherine is caught between the traditions of her faith and the pull of a different life. When Daniel, an Amish man living in Florida, arrives and shares her restlessness, Mary Katherine feels drawn to him and curious about the life he leads away from Lancaster County.
But her longtime friend Jacob has been in love with her for years. He’s discouraged that she’s never viewed him as anything but a friend and despairs that he is about to lose Mary Katherine to this outsider.
Will the conflicted Mary Katherine be lost to the Englisch world, or to Daniel, who might take her away to Florida? Or will she embrace her Amish faith and recognize Jacob as the man she should marry and build a life with?
129 pages, 7 of 7 reviews are 5-star, Lending Enabled
Introducing an exciting new series from Wyatt North Publishing: Christian Writing Decoded.
Christian Writing Decoded provides the reader with a detailed history and analysis of the most important Christian writings.
The Didache was rediscovered in the Monastery of the Holy Sepulcher in Constantinople (Istanbul, Turkey) in 1873 by the Metropolitan Philotheos Byrennios, who would later become the Greek Orthodox Archbishop of Nicomedia (Izmit, Turkey).
This manuscript is the sole extant copy of the complete work in Greek and was written in 1056 by a scribe named Leon.
The Didache’s guarded but judicious approach to itinerant figures may be a reminder for us to be tolerant of outsiders who seek Jesus in truth, even if their ways are different from ours—as long as they do not teach us to alter our own practices.
This book provides an original history and analysis of The Didache coupled with an appendix that includes the Christian writing.
213 pages, 17 of 18 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled
Nathaniel Taylor was a Christian who thought believers were exempted from “dark times.” That was until he entered his own long time in the dark. When he meets Lilly, a young woman in danger, it sends him on a journey to discover the difference between night and day and that during dark times, the Light is hidden, not gone.
460 pages, 5 of 5 reviews are 5-star, Lending Enabled
181 pages, no reviews, Lending Enabled
Kids grow up fast. How can you use the moments you still have to bring your children into a deep relationship with both you and God? In this book, Todd Hoffman encourages parents with practical ways to be more devoted to both God and their children, raising them without regrets. Learn how to disciple your children and in the process, develop a closer relationship with your kids and love God more. Don’t miss those priceless opportunities, when their faces are eager, their hearts are open, and your connection is strong. Don’t lose anymore of this valuable time to disciple, to train, and to love. Don’t miss another moment.
153 pages, 2 of 2 reviews are 5-star, Lending Enabled, Previously Free
Many Christian women in today’s society feel burdened and overwhelmed. They’ve lost their joy in Christ. And that joy has been replaced with feelings of frustration and emptiness. How can busy, overwhelmed women achieve enduring joy? What are the secrets of lasting, glorious, inexpressible joy?
From many years of research and study, this book reveals the biblical secret to joy: God gives joy to those who live pleasing to Him. It is the emotional result of true holiness and intimacy with Christ. Author Katie Hoffman leads women back home to Christ and the joy He alone gives.
Transform your thinking and experience daily joy beyond what seems possible. The Bible speaks about multiple things a person can do “right”, actions a person can and should take, and wraps those actions up with a direct and specific promise of joy. That is absolutely fascinating. God specifically tells us in His Word exactly what actions, what accomplishments, what right things will result in joy.
This book looks at 22 of those things.
93 pages, 2 of 2 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled, Previously Free
This story will captivate you from the beginning and will leave you pondering at the finish. It will certainly strike chords of familiarity in the lives of many people by association and comparison. Read it, and you will need additional copies to share with special people in your life.
68 pages, no reviews, Lending Enabled
Pathways to Devotion are a series of devotionals offering inspirational insights for every day situations. These easy-to-read daily devotional books offer encouragement, hope and practical answers to help us along life’s way. After you read one of these inspiring devotionals, you will want to read them all. Each daily devotion offers an Application section for further Bible reading, a suggested prayer and further reflection.
165 pages, 5 of 5 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled
Fantasy adventure. Inspirational allegory. The journey of a lifetime.
Young Iliff believes his prison world to be all there is. But when a stranger tells him the incredible story of a long-ago escapee, Iliff resolves to learn the truth. Thus begins his journey to find the Sun, a magnificent power from which all things are said to originate — including him. But first he must venture beyond the very walls he is charged with upholding and into realms deep and dark, where fearsome creatures lurk.
So begins The Prisoner and the Sun, the fantasy-based trilogy that asks: What lies beyond our walls?
240 pages, no reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled
God did four amazing acts with words. The first wordsmith spoke the commanding words of “let there be” to create the universe and life. The first tablet creator wrote the Decalogue of “Thou Shalt” on a pair of stone tablets with finger. The first Word who is the great “I AM” became the incarnate. The inspired Word of the holy writ testifies to the incarnated Word. As imago dei, we have become the wordsmiths and tablet users and created the second deluge, the deluge of digital words. But the singularly important task of words remains divine: Words for the Word.
In this collection of Words for the Word, you will find thought-provoking and humorous chatting words with God on the weighty subjects of suffering, death, money, sex, and hell. You will see the jagged arraying of words in poetic pattern to celebrate the gift of life. You will have a déjà vu moment when the stormy season of 2008 is played back in blogged rendition. You will hear the proclamation of the Word through words of variegated colors. You will gain insight of how the Word is properly parsed to reveal its deeper code. You will chew with the author on the words of the mighty mortals about the Word of the Almighty. In short, you will not be in short supply of words that are poised to brighten your day with faith, hope and love.
Come and feast on the Words for the Word.
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