373 pages, 68 of 70 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled
241 pages, 9 of 10 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled
“Don’t trust anyone…” So whispers Robin’s mother just moments before she dies.
As this intriguing story of suspense unfolds, seventeen-year-old Robin is forced from her California home to live in Wisconsin with an uncle she never knew existed. Here in her mother’s hometown, Robin meets two young men and, while unraveling the secrets of her mother’s past, becomes involved in a treacherous plot, not realizing the importance of untangling her own life if she is to find a direction for her future. Feelings of betrayal and resentment burn strong. Robin’s heart becomes torn as she tries to figure out where she belongs and whom she can trust. Amidst an atmosphere of mystery, amongst the activities of small-town life, and while exploring an abandoned mansion, Robin not only searches for a treasure map, but—more importantly—discovers the far-reaching consequences of making the right or wrong decision.
6 of 6 reviews are 5-star, Lending Enabled
Dan Montgomery invites you to step through the first page of the book and walk with him to the top of a mountain peak. There you talk heart to heart while sharing your favorite drink. This imaginary journey begins a dialogue about the difficulties of being human and how faith in God infuses your life with guidance and companionship. Theologian Gabriel Fackre writes: “Christian teaching about the Trinity becomes up close and personal in this engaging work by a wise counselor. Here is enriching daily guidance from compass therapy for our pilgrimage with the triune God.” GUIDEPOSTS Roving Editor Elizabeth Sherrill writes, “I’ve waited a long time for a book like this! Like a caring counselor in private session, Dan Montgomery writes to anyone who thinks being a Christian means conforming to someone else’s pattern. To anyone who believes his current situation is hopeless. To anyone seeking a more intimate walk with Father, Son and Holy Spirit.”
258 pages, 5 of 5 reviews are 4-star, Lending Enabled
That little voice in your head … your conscience. We all hear it, in our own ways. It’s been portrayed as an angel in one ear and a devil in the other, but it’s really all in your head. Isn’t it? Ariel Parisi leads a carefree, charmed life…until a random act of charity reveals those angels and devils and sends him in search of hope. SOUL AFFLICTED is a godless man’s journey, following the voices in his head and signs from God, seeking the angel who’ll save him from the sins afflicting him. But is Ariel afflicted, or has he lost his grip on reality as his charmed life falls to pieces? This book explores spirituality through fiction, traveling from Colorado through the deserts of the American Southwest, to L.A. and on to Hawaii. It weaves basic tenets of western religions and Buddhism with elements of mystery and the paranormal. It doesn’t preach or espouse any religion, only one man’s questions about faith.
71 pages, 2 of 2 reviews are 5-star, Lending Enabled
Let’s be real. The word “devotional” sounds like another chore to check off. Who wants to do homework all afternoon only to end the day forced drudging through what seems like more homework, all in the name of “connecting with God.” Nobody, right? Good news; throw out everything you know about devotionals and check out how author and speaker C.J. Wetzler revamps spending time with our Creator.
Inspired by some of today’s top music, iDevotional connects what flows through your earbuds with the plans God has for your life. Inside you’ll find out why wrestling a knife-yielding roommate isn’t so wise, what to do when your pet lizard makes a bust for freedom, and of course, what to do when face to face with a shark. Each day also references relevant Scripture and asks thought-provoking questions crafted to refresh your relationship with God.
Know when purchasing this devotional you will create a daily rhythm and experience God like never before all while providing C.J. with some much needed money for food.
26 pages, 1 of 1 reviews are 5-star, Lending Enabled
One of the greatest gifts you can give your children is to teach them to pray. Prayer opens the door for God to work. The faith-building experiences your children gain will help them develop an unshakable faith and deepen their relationship with God. This book shows you how to find and use those teachable moments that happen every day.
145 pages, no reviews, Lending Enabled
Is it time to clean out your spiritual closet & update your faith wardrobe? When you go out each day, you might look fabulous on the outside but your spiritual wardrobe may be in tatters. Dressed Up Moms’ Devotions to Go offers you “fashion” advice that is eternal. Dressed Up Moms’ uses a them Scripture verse & devotional with a wardrobe metaphor that encourage you to use the Master Designer’s wardrobe recommendations for daily dressing.
68 pages, no reviews, Lending Enabled
Manifestations are nothing new.
God’s purpose in pouring out His Spirit with signs, wonders, and manifestations is not only to bring the lost to repentance and salvation, but to refresh the believer.
Yet, revival usually doesn’t come in the neat and tidy package we’d like it to. Some believers don’t appreciate the “mess” that true revival produces. But what’s really important? After revival in his time had nearly died out, John Wesley prayed: “Lord, send us the old revival, without the defects; but if this cannot be, send it—with all its defects. We must have revival.”
Although they seem strange, bodily manifestations often accompany authentic outpourings of God’s Spirit—things like falling, shaking, and shouting. This book traces the history of Christian renewals that were accompanied by physical manifestations, from New Testament times to the present day.
To know more about the history of revival and its effects on sinner and saint, read Manifestations Throughout Church History. Then you’ll also pray: “We must have revival!”
This book is geared toward Pentecostal and Charismatic church leadership.
238 pages, 34 of 42 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled, Previously Free
My name is William Kensey. I have a wife and two great kids. Until very recently, I was a well-respected and financially successful trial attorney.
I was also a man who was comfortable with his religion. I preferred it served at arm’s length from the pulpit on Sunday morning. And would rather not discuss it the rest of the week.
The circumstances that led me to write A HIGHER COURT changed all that. The entire experience was both bizarre and unavoidable. You see, I was summoned to serve as a juror in an improbable trial — a trial to determine whether God exists.
You think that sounds ludicrous. I did, too . . . until the trial began.
Witnesses buried me under mountains of scientific evidence. My own eyes forced me to confront the reality of extreme human suffering. God seemed less and less relevant — even absent — as the trial progressed.
At the close of the trial, I had to render my verdict — “God” or “No God.” Affirm a new and deeper faith in a Creator, or confess the triumph of science.
A HIGHER COURT is the story of how I discovered my ultimate truth. If your mind is open, you can join me in this journey of self-discovery. Come along. You won’t be sorry.
306 pages, 49 of 60 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled, Previously Free
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