367 pages, 9 of 10 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled
Talented, handsome, and personable, Dewayne Jobe rose from humble beginnings in rural Mississippi to play college football in Southern California and beyond. One of the best wide receivers in college ball, Dewayne is assured a promising career in professional football and easily finds success both on and off the field. Not only is he a great player, he’s got the wife, the kids, and the pristine white picket fence to boot.
But catastrophe looms right around the corner and ultimately strikes with a crushing vengeance. Will Dewayne’s faith and character stand the test of such tragedy? Or will he lose everything–including the love of his life? This modern retelling of the story of Job will capture readers with the age-old question of why bad things happen to good people–and how good people can survive.
252 pages, 61 of 67 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled, Previously Free
Ben used to be a cardiothoracic surgeon before he suddenly abandoned his career and became a janitor at a retirement facility. Now, other than dealing with minor problems such as an unhealthy obsession with prime numbers, an inept boss, and a feud between two cantankerous retirees, he lives a relatively stress-free life. There is even hope for romance when an attractive podiatrist shows an interest in him.
But it is not long before his past catches up with him and his carefully protected world begins to unravel. He is forced to face deep issues about life and God head-on, rather than hide behind his cleaning cart.
493 pages, 21 of 24 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled
The only way to survive is to kill the ones you love.
Having barely escaped the siege of Adriel with his life, Luik is carried north to the realm of Tontha in an effort to weather Morgui’s all-out assault on Dionia. Here he sorts through the trauma of the recent past and attempts to piece together the whereabouts of his scattered Dibor, as well as his friends Fane, Hadrian, and Princess Anorra.
When work begins on fortifying Mt. Dakka, Luik returns to the wreckage of Adriel and uncovers far more than he had anticipated. Events unfold quickly, and his path is plagued by mysterious encounters with the taken, and haunted by the increasing effects of evil upon Creation.
However the growing darkness also gives rise to the forces of good, including rumors of the mythical Knights of the Lion. Summoned by the suffering of his countrymen, Luik risks everything in search of the fabled City of Ot, and his men embark on perilous missions to rescue the far corners of Dionia.
But on the battlefield each faction of Luik’s devout Dibor comes face to face with the greatest opposition of all. Evil, now matured into its most perverted form, pits mankind against itself: father against son, brother against brother. To hesitate means death; to strike means killing those they’ve sworn to protect.
250 pages, 31 of 44 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled, Previously Free
Jenny Bontrager is finally at a place of love and belonging with her husband, Matthew, and his children. Life seems golden with both her family and career as a writer.
But everything Jenny now believes in is thrown into question with the discovery of a long-lost letter from her father. Her sense of peace and contentment destroyed by betrayal, Jennystruggles with her renewed faith–and the love of everyone around her.
306 pages, of reviews are 4 or 5-star, 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?
385 pages, 19 of 35 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled, Previously Free
Surrender the Wind is the story of Seth Braxton, a patriot of the American Revolution, who unexpectedly inherits his loyalist grandfather’s estate in England. Seth is torn between the land he fought for and the prospect of reuniting with his sister Caroline, who was a motherless child taken to England at the onset of the war.
With no intention of staying permanently, Seth arrives to find his sister grieving over the death of her young son. In the midst of such tragedy, Seth meets Juleah, the daughter of an eccentric landed gentleman. Her independent spirit and gentle soul steal Seth’s heart. After a brief courtship, they marry and she takes her place as the lady of Ten Width Manor, enraging the man who once sought her hand and schemed to make Ten Width his own.
From the Virginia wilderness to the dark halls of an isolated English estate, Seth and his beloved Juleah inherit more than an ancestral home. They uncover a sinister plot that leads to murder, abduction, and betrayal–an ominous threat to their new life, love, and faith.
The Anarchists by Brian Thompson
272 pages, 10 of 11 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Previously Free
After a failed coup, a revolutionary named Noor is exiled and sentenced to die as a lowly earthling. Vowing to rule earth, but separated from his lieutenants, he is forced to use human beings instead.
In the year 2050, tragedy strikes. Harper Lowe loses her son’s father to a last-minute decision. A drunk Damario Coley is maimed in a freak accident. Quinne Ruiz is assaulted and arrested, and Teanna Kirkwood witnesses the death of her daughter.
Weeks later, the alluring Kareza Noor, CEO of the Genesis Institute, pilots a psychological experiment, the “Begin Again” initiative. It affords Harper, Damario, Quinne and Teanna the opportunity to erase a past regret. One of them must be forced into it.
All solve their former problems but create new ones. Noor, now the Prime Minister of Italy, is plotting a dangerous end-game – if they try to stop him, they will be treated as terrorists.
2 of 2 reviews are 5-star, Lending Enabled
51 pages, 2 of 2 reviews are 5-star, Lending Enabled
Christ made disciples, who became apostles. These men made more disciples in the same fashion. Why do we as a church believe that we know a better way? Discipleship: What Happened? digs deep into what true discipleship is. A continuance of the book Walking Backwards by the author, this is a free flowing journey deeper into the traditions of the church and how they affect the spiritual growth of believers.
33 pages, Lending Enabled
When we were children and made a mistake during play, we could call for a “do-over” to get a second chance to get it right. For those of us who are remarried, this is our chance to call that “do-over”. Divorce and remarriage are statistically on the rise in the United States. The rate of divorce increases with each remarriage that a person goes through. The odds are heavily stacked against the success of a remarriage. Unfortunately, the same can be said of Christian remarriages as well. So what can you do to ensure the success of your remarriage? We are a Christian couple that has been successfully remarried for ten years. We have personally weathered many storms during our marriage and, with God’s help, we have beat the odds. We want to let you in on the secrets of our success! Ranging from information on how we handle our relationship with each other and God, to tips on dealing with stress in your marriage, we will give you some tools to help make your “do-over” a success.
660 pages, 2 of 2 reviews are 5-star
Unprecedented natural disasters, political uprisings, and economic uncertainty: The Bible predicted it all. Now you can understand it—and know what’s coming next.
As we watch world events unfold, biblical prophecy becomes a subject of intense interest. Every Prophecy of the Bible brings clear answers to more than 1,000 key prophecies, backed with solid Scriptural evidence. Noted biblical scholar Dr. John F. Walvoord covers each prophecy from Genesis to Revelation, giving detailed insight into the many prophecies that have been fulfilled, as well as those that are still to come. By placing each event into historical context, the author gives insight into how the past, present, and future fit together to form an amazing, divine design.
An excellent reference guide for those seeking answers, this comprehensive book reassures readers that God’s master plan is to be trusted and that the Bible is an accurate source of hope for all Christians.
336 pages, 5 of 5 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled
It was supposed to be a simple bet that Nathan Hansen made with his friend, Jeremy Malcolm. But when Jeremy’s girl of choice turns out to be Andie Persaud, Nathan realizes he is in over his head. He finds himself drawn to the beautiful, shy, sensitive eighteen-year-old girl, with ‘red hair and pink skin’, and who happens to be the daughter of his Economics lecturer! Determined not be beaten by Jeremy, Nathan ignores his conscience and presses on with the bet. He is forced to learn very important lessons about life, love and the neo-sexual revolution known as ‘purity’.
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