211 pages, 14 of 15 reviews are 5-star, Lending Enabled, Previously Free
138 pages, 11 of 12 reviews are 5-star, Lending Enabled, Previously Free
Do you ever catch yourself singing a song in church without paying attention to the words? Open Your Hymnal is a collection of thirty devotions that transport the wisdom of classic hymns and gospel songs into the twenty-first century. Introduce yourself to the rich spiritual heritage that hymnals contain or gain a new perspective on songs you’ve sung since childhood. Whether you sing in the choir loft, the worship team, or the pew, the refreshing biblical insights in this book will enhance your appreciation of the words you sing every time you open a hymnal.
Also free from the same series: Open Your Hymnal Again
308 pages, 11 of 11 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled
Joining her husband in the fight to create a home out of a rugged stretch of sagebrush, rattlesnakes, and sand in eastern Oregon, Jane Kirkpatrick uneasily relinquishes the security of a professional career; the convenience of electricity, running water, and a phone line; and, perhaps most daunting, the pleasures of sporting a professional manicure. But the pull of the land is irresistible, and they dream of gathering their first harvest from a yet-to-be-planted vineyard.
Rather than the simple life they had envisioned, Jane and Jerry find themselves confronting flood and fire, government bureaucracies, and runaway calves, among other disheartening setbacks. Jane frequently questions the sanity of pioneering in this remote area, known as Starvation Point, and she fights against panic with each trip down the seven-mile, boulder-strewn, rut-carved “driveway” she calls “the reptile road,” which threatens to spill them into the ravine with every lurch of the truck.
But as she learns to navigate her new life, this novice rancher discovers that disappointment, isolation, and danger can’t compete with the generosity of their rural community, the strength of family bonds, and the faithfulness of the God who planted in their hearts the dream of carving a refuge out of an inhospitable land.
189 pages, 10 of 10 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled, Previously Free
Your husband or boyfriend has confessed his addiction to porn, or maybe you found it on your own. Your romance is broken. Your heart is in a million pieces. And on top of that … you can’t seem to get over the aching wound that you are not enough.
It doesn’t matter what other people tell you. There is no pain that compares to this one. The burning desire to be the apple of your husband’s eye and to feel like you’ll never measure up, no matter how hard you try. And is life supposed to be one big beauty pageant anyway? Where is the hope and rest? Is it even possible to feel like enough?
There is rest.
When our husband’s or boyfriend’s porn addiction comes out into the open it completely destroys our trust and security, not to mention our self-esteem. It’s difficult to find the broken pieces of our marriage and heart, much less put them back together, especiallywhen we have no support and we’re told to just get over it or grow up.
Beyond the Mirror defines true beauty – beauty that transcends time and reflects the character of Jesus Christ vs. the counterfeit beauty that leads women down a path of endless striving. Ashley Weis, who has been down this long journey of never measuring up and then discovering her husband’s lust for other women, relates to readers and challenges each of us to break the glass of our own reflections and discover the joy and freedom that is waiting beyond the mirror.
Women who want to learn how to find the beauty in the storm and feel content in who God made them to be, women who have spent their entire lives trying to live up to impossible expectations of this world and themselves, women who have felt the numbness of never being good enough … this book is dedicated to you.
203 pages, 7 of 7 reviews are 5-star, Lending Enabled
Desperate to make ends meet, winsome diner waitress Merry Hopper takes a temp job as a Christmas coordinator to a handsome widower, promising to bring Christmas back for his three kids. As the “haves” collide with the “have nots” of this world, Merry finds herself head over heels for the family she’s never had, most of all her new banker boss, not realizing he’s on the way toward a Christmas engagement to his employer’s beautiful daughter.
160 pages, 7 of 7 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled
The Hour That Changes the World, first published by Baker in 1978, is a classic book on prayer that offers practical suggestions on how readers can revitalize their prayer lives. Dick Eastman challenges Christians to spend one hour each day in prayer, and he outlines a twelve-step prayer program to help them accomplish the task. By dividing one hour into twelve five-minute “points of focus,” such as praise, waiting, confession, and Scripture praying, believers will develop a more consistent habit of daily prayer. The Hour That Changes the World draws heavily on Scripture and classic devotional writers and includes an appendix titled “Scriptural Intercession.”This 25th anniversary edition features a new introduction by Eastman and a new foreword by Joni Eareckson Tada, in which she writes: “The Hour That Changes the World may appear small and modest, but don’t let its size fool you. Full of biblical insights about prayer, packed with testimonies of prayer warriors from years past, brimming with practical suggestions that will help you carve out a purposeful time of praise and intercession, Dick Eastman’s book is arguably the most significant book on prayer written in modern times.”
89 pages, 1 of 1 reviews are 5-star, Lending Enabled
This book is a compilation, by popular demand, of twelve challenging articles which were originally commissioned for Needed Truth magazine in 2009.
There are times when every Christian believer feels a sense of dissatisfaction with his or her life of discipleship Those of us who love the Lord and value our Bibles will, from time to time, be motivated to explore again the character of radical discipleship as opposed to pew-filling, sermon-tasting comfortable ‘churchianity’ which for many can end up as a sort of passive, if not pious, ‘spectator sport’.
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Many people tell Christians: “I wish I had your faith!” Others reject the concept of faith altogether and see it as a meaningless crutch for the weak.
Bible teacher, missionary and radio broadcaster, Brian Johnston’s conversational and down to earth approach takes a look at some of the barriers to faith and, in drawing illustrations from the worlds of science, nature, history, politics, society and the Bible, aims to open up the subject for those of faith, those with little faith and those with none.
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The Cheesehead Devotional is a great adventure for those who may not pick up a Bible for guidance.” ~ Sara White, wife of the late Reggie White
“I have always believed the Packers were religion in these parts. The Cheesehead Devotional brings that spiritual message to life.” ~ Wayne Larrivee, American sportscaster and current play-by-play announcer for the Green Bay Packers
“I am certain you will love this little book. Judy has captured the true heart of a Christian Packer fan!” ~ Rev, Arni Jacobson
211 pages, no review, Lending Enabled
Why is the Church to Blame?
The greatest problem facing Christianity today is the church and the person most responsible for creating those problems stands in the pulpit. You shout – “T.R. why do you say that; it’s inflammatory.” Why? Over time, the gospel has been diluted in and by churches, and in some cases, church teachings are actually contrary to what the Bible says. Now THAT should be recognized as inflammatory.
This is a serious time. This is a serious charge.
212 pages, no reviews, Lending Enabled
Fatherhood is the most important responsibility of your life that were never trained for. Equip yourself for success with 100 Answers to 100 Questions about Being a Great Dad. It tackles it all, including…
• Keeping the right priorities with God and your family
• Being a hero to your child
• Creating a legacy of godly wisdom in your kids
• Knowing what’s most important about being a dad
Perfect for new dads as well as dads looking to rejuvenate their family by being a better dad. 100 Answers to 100 Questions about Being a Great Dad gives you trusted and timely wisdom, insights, and practical how-to’s. After all, its inspired by the greatest Father of all!
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Looking for an enjoyable way to study the Bible by yourself or with friends and family?
Tired of reading a passage of scripture and finding that you’ve forgotten what you just read?
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Study the Bible by Taking Bible Quizzes After Every Chapter: If you’re like most people, you pay better attention and get more out of what you study when you know that you’re going to take a quiz on it.
This is why BibleEye Bible trivia quizzes are great study tools to engage with the New Testament text.
291 pages, no reviews, Lending Enabled
Reports and testimonies by leaders of all denominations concerning renewal and revival in Australian churches. The 27 chapters are arranged in these sections: Aboriginal renewal, Personal renewal, Church renewal – examples, Church renewal – observations.
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