336 pages, 37 of 38 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled
Allyson Graham, marriage counselor and lover of love, lived a life of romance few could imagine. Until her husband’s secret addiction stared at her from the computer screen. Will she be able to forgive the man who lied to her all of those precious years?
Follow her painful story alongside the heartbreaking story of Taylor Adams, a young girl searching for her worth in the world. As Allyson struggles to forgive her husband for lying about his addiction, Taylor naively falls into the same self-destructive industry and discovers that the attention and fun is nothing like she thought it would be.
Discover the hearts of these two women as they search for beauty after the rain.
Ashley Weis takes us where few in fiction dare to tread. She addresses every woman’s nightmare with devastating frankness. Her style is clean and efficient, her story line, powerful. Weis shows that hope can shine just as brilliantly among the neon of the sex industry as it does through a stained glass church window. Anyone who claims that Christian fiction is pat and irrelevant hasn’t read Ashley Weis. –Gina Holmes, author of Crossing Oceans and founder of Novel Journey
208 pages, 1 3-star review, Lending Enabled
Moms get a lot of advice about the best way to raise their kids. But all of this well-meaning (and often conflicting) counsel can be paralyzing. Julie Barnhill says, “Enough already!”
Unapologetically raucous and refreshingly relevant, Raising Kids with Love and Limits offers you a dose of reality and a way to calm your fears about raising children. Julie Barnhill shows you how to take joy in your child, say no like you mean it, stop overanalyzing every tiny detail, communicate truthfully and effectively with your child and more
You can be confident, loving, and in charge. And your kids will thank you for it–someday.
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The original edition of this book, now completely revised, was published in 1999. Hebrews Chapter 11 is more than an abstract treatise on faith. It is a vivid exhortation for us to live in the kind of faith that secures us against backsliding – the faith that keeps you going to the very end. Other things might look like faith, might sound like faith, might even smell like faith, but we want to make sure that what we have is ‘the Real Thing.’
64 pages, no reviews, Lending Enabled
Moms of Toddlers Devotions To Go is a real, emotional, fun and uplifting journey that reveals the evidence of God’s love through one mom’s experiences with a crazy little toddler named Caden. It is a 30 day collection of stories and lessons learned through living life toddler style. Some of these lessons come by means of a still, small voice. Others come the hard way through sweat and tears. Regardless, God is always there.
Moms of Toddlers Devotions To Go reveals truths about God learned through encounters with a little one. This book provides a breath of fresh air and a sneak peek into someone else’s life, a life that probably looks a lot like yours.
Kathy Stock’s passion for ministry, God and people, collide in her writings as she attempts to make you laugh, cry and uplift your spirit with funny stories, touching memories and truths of God’s word.
130 pages, 2 of 2 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled
106 pages, no reviews, Lending Enabled
The Destruction of the Family. Joblessness. Financial Collapse. Homosexual “Marriage”? Hypocritical Preachers. Materialistic Churches. Unspeakable Crimes and Violence. Earthquakes. Tsunamis. Tornadoes. Uprisings. Wars and Rumors of Wars…
We are living in perilous times. We are living in a very unstable and hostile world. In A Praying Time, Daniel Whyte III rallies believers to the all-important work of prayer by first showing seven reasons why this is a praying time, and then showing the importance of Jesus Christ’s principle that “men ought always to pray, and not to faint.” This book will help to open your eyes, clear your vision, and prepare you to take part in the important intercessory work that God expects of all of His children. You will be challenged to pray for the world, your community, the church, and your family like there is no tomorrow.
75 pages, 1 of 1 reviews is 5-star, Lending Enabled
Jesus said, “Greater love has no one than this, that he lay down his life for his friends.” The First Responders in your community do just that. They sacrifice comfort and safety to protect the lives of others, always waiting, and always wondering when they will find themselves answering the next call. This book was written for them, but it applies to anyone who searches for courage and hope, struggles with a difficult relationship, or suffers through pain or loss. Are you seeking a closer walk with God? Wondering what comes next? Answering the Call can help you find your way. It reveals the simple truth that Jesus Christ is Lord, and that to follow him is to find true meaning in life. Christ… the First Responder, is calling you now.
Answering the Call is a collection of inspirational stories based on my experiences as a street paramedic in Durham, North Carolina. Each unique story is written as a devotional with an insightful application section that offers the reader a glimpse into God’s Word. Use it for your daily devotions. As a guide for your small group study. Or simply to share in my experiences and better understand the lives of paramedics and other first responders.
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