142 pages, 99 of 110 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled, Previously Free
60 pages, 7 of 7 reviews are 5-star, Lending Enabled
It’s been said that it takes 21 days to form a habit. I don’t know about you but it sure seems difficult to break the bad habits and keep the good ones going. You may have several good habits you’ve formed in your life that have become second nature to you.
For me, running has become one such habit. What started out as a legitimate way to lose some extra pounds and help speed up my metabolism eventually turned into my favorite sport and primary outlet for competition. The daily run is something I look forward to as it leaves me feeling energized and full of life.
It’s also my hope that you’ll form another great habit for your life…a daily, uninterrupted time of drawing close to Jesus.
133 pages, 6 of 10 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled, Previously Free
276 pages, 6 of 7 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled
Sparks fly when a young widow left with a cattle ranch to manage, hires an itinerant cowboy running from his past. Their future together is forged by God’s providence and the sacrifice of a mysterious Comanche warrior.
Kate Shaughnessey faces a difficult decision, attempt to keep her family’s life together on their homestead in the Oklahoma Territory in the wake of her husband’s sudden death, or sell the precious land that is all they have left to Matt Johnson, a ruthless cattle baron.
Luke Josey is running from his past. What secrets haunt this enigmatic man? Can he truly be free from his sins and learn to love again? One thing is certain, he will fight to protect the family that has adopted him as their own.
An uplifting story of spiritual renewal, personal sacrifice and coming home.
96 pages, 5 of 7 reviews are 5-star, Lending Enabled
It takes a warrior to stand tall and strong in an age of cynicism. Today, Stu Weber’s ringing affirmation of godly manhood reestablishes a man’s highest priorities.
Brief chapters, salted with the author’s stories, present the characteristics of tender warriors — including watching out for what lies ahead, keeping commitments, and learning to speak the language of women. In his warm yet straightforward style, Weber shows how a man’s strength can be tempered with tenderness, grace, and submission to God’s Son, the ultimate Tender Warrior.
This is an abridged 90-page adaptation of Stu Weber’s original full-length bestseller “Tender Warrior” (over 500,000 copies sold)
92 pages, 3 of 3 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled
You do not know a person until you know their story. We each have a story and it is filled with both factual details and personal details. I believe the amount we are willing to reveal to another is in direct proportion to the amount they are able to love us. You cannot love what you do not know.
When a group of people get together, one of the quickest and easiest ways to get to know one another is through the use of questions that prompt us to tell our story. That is the purpose of this book. The material is divided into three sections. New small groups might want to start near the front of the book with questions that are easier to answer.
Getting to Know You is a series of factual questions that will allow you to know someone at a surface level.
61 pages, 3 of 3 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled
On August 3, 2007 my best friend and I decided to write a book about our adventures together. We had gone through the ups and downs of friendship and were excited to undertake the writing of our memoirs. You see, after eight years of pursuing Stephanie it seemed things were finally happening. I had loved her since the day we met in high school but she always said we were just friends. But then, on that August evening, Stephanie admitted her love for me. In just three weeks we were engaged to be married and everything was going perfectly until a week later when she passed away quietly in her sleep. We never got to write that book together.
The days, weeks and months marched forward but I could not move on. To do so would mean that losing her was okay. It was only when I started writing about her life that my life returned. I wrote about August, I wrote about September; I wrote about high school, I wrote about the five years that we had lost touch; I wrote about the day they let me know she was gone, I wrote about her funeral; I wrote about my refuge in alcohol, I wrote about my plots of suicide; I wrote about hope and I wrote about healing. I laughed, I cried, I prayed and then I kept on living. When I was done, I had finally made good on my promise. I finally wrote our book. Along the way I received confirmation that I never really lost Stephanie; for she continues to live now in a new way.
It Just Happened the Other Day: A True Story is a message of love, loss and inspired hope that encourages readers to discover their light in whatever darkness they may be in.
113 pages, 4 of 4 reviews are 5-star, Lending Enabled
So often we feel it is our calling to “fix” people for God. But is this really the Christian life as Christ intends? Is it really our place to judge, condemn, and mold people into who we believe they need to be, or are we only to focus on bettering ourselves, so that we may better love others?
Previously Free Fiction that is Free Again
When The Devil Whistles by Rick Acker (Thriller)
339 pages, 40 of 55 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled
275 pages, 41 of 53 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled
The Triumph of Grace by Kay Marshall Strom (Historical Fiction)
315 pages, 8 of 12 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled
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