2 of 2 reviews are 5-star, Lending Enabled
A lonely king. A woman of courage. An evil conspiracy. From a humble Hebrew girl to queen of Shushan, Esther has no way of knowing that she has a divine purpose to fulfil. When she learns that wicked Haman, the king’s high official, is plotting the widespread destruction of the Jews, she uses her position to try to rescue her people. But that requires revealing that she herself is a Jew. Will Haman’s plot succeed? And will Esther’s request for an audience with the king bring her certain death? A novel based upon the biblical account of Queen Esther. “Who knoweth whether thou art come to the kingdom for such a time as this.” —Esther 4:14
318 pages, 5 of 5 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled
224 pages, no reviews, Lending Enabled
Seventeen-year-old Rachel is longing for a bit of normalcy. Instead of staying close to home for the summer, she’s taken a job working at a popular vacation spot. It’s there she meets good-looking Australian Josiah, an older guy with a similar appreciation for church, family, and a more conservative lifestyle.
When her summer job takes a turn for the worst, the opportunity to join Josiah’s faith community and find refuge on their property comes at just the right time. But before she knows it, Rachel finds herself isolated, afraid, and over her head in a religion that doesn’t want to let her go.
108 pages, 1 of 1 reviews are 4-star, Lending Enabled
Whether through our own fallen temperament, willful disobedience, or as victims of the hurtful actions of others, many of us struggle with crippling emotions, among them perfectionism, depression, and low self-worth. The pain of such emotions is often present with us even though the incidents and relationships that caused the hurt may be long past.
Healing for Damaged Emotions, first published in 1981 and since translated into over 15 languages, has helped over a million readers worldwide deal honestly and successfully with their inner hurts. Through the realistic, scriptural approach that Dr. David Seamands brings to this deeply personal subject, you too can find healing–and then become an agent of healing for other strugglers.
161 pages, no reviews, Lending Enabled
Children’s Bible is a collection of comic books telling the stories of the Old and New Testament.
Kindle users will enjoy the comic books in a carefully optimized black and white version. Those who use Kindel for PC, Mac or iPhone will enjoy a complete full color version.
The main features of this publication are: The comic book’s script is a faithful transcription of the biblical texts. No script elements alien to the original text have been added. We have used the Good News Bible. Every episode takes up one or two double pages. They can be read and used separately or consecutively.
71 pages, no reviews, Lending Enabled
Apart from the most famous kings, such as David and Solomon, many of the rest of the kings of the Old Testament have faded into obscurity – the life-lessons that can be applied to the lives of Christians are often over-looked as a result.
Bible teacher, missionary and radio broadcaster, Brian Johnston rectifies this by bringing twelve of these kings back into the spotlight. You’ll encounter good kings, bad kings, good kings that went bad and bad kings that came good! All of them, though, have something important to teach and challenge us as we look to serve the great and faultless King Himself – Jesus Christ.
If Jotham, Rehoboam, Hezekiah, Manasseh and the rest have become strangers to you – why not get reacquainted?
211 pages, no reviews, Lending Enabled
Christine Ambrose and Abraham Nesher are thrown together in America’s heartland because they have a God-inspired quest to get from there to Jerusalem, Israel and a demonic controlled evil army led by a creepy slender man named Jacob Fluidcer is trying to stop them.
Along the way they team-up with a rag-tag bunch of Christians that eventually become the “Chin gang” which also share the same goal.
Whether its finding classic Chevolet Monte Carlo’s in the weirdest places or fighting demons with flamming swords the Chin gang does everything it can to first get to New York City so they can eventually get to Jerusalem which even includes some piracy.
Follow and cheer for these Christians as they go their way and evil tries to stop them.
40 pages, 1 of 1 reviews are 5-star, Lending Enabled
The 100 Days Prayer Journal helps you to create a daily habit of spending quality time with the Lord. A habit normally takes around three weeks to develop, by 100 days you are well established in spending a few minutes each day in conversation with God. Each of the 100 days has a scripture and a meditation thought plus a writing prompt designed to encourage you to write or journal your prayer. It is the hope that you will start conversations with God and continue them throughout the 100 days and beyond, once you develop this beneficial habit. Included in the book are: A how to use this book section, the 100 days of scripture, meditation thought and writing prompt and a conclusion. This short book is intended to be a tool for helping you have a closer walk with the Lord.
50 pages, no reviews, Lending Enabled
How can we impact our church guests if they don’t come back? “Unforgettable” was written by a pastor for churches to give to first-time guests. Its short five chapters encourage believers and non-believers alike to take simple steps towards becoming a disciple of Jesus. By giving this book to visitors as a “thank you for coming” gift, you will give newcomers a simple tool to help them grasp the value of Jesus and His church so that they can become involved in the life and mission of the local church.
184 pages, no reviews, Lending Enabled
The old trunk sat unclaimed on the depot platform for more than two decades. John Forrester ‘s decision to use it as an escape vehicle would result in it becoming either an untimely coffin or a way to freedom for his only nephew, Timothy.
“Timothy’s Home”, Book V of The Nan’s Heritage Series, brings the story of the trunk and the people connected to it full circle. New characters blend with beloved ones from the other books in the series giving a window into life of the 1800s in Colorado.
In Elaine Littau’s latest offering, “Timothy’s Home”, she endeavors to keep the story unpredictable as well as developing compelling characters and plot lines. Will Timothy find a place to call ‘home’?
43 pages, no reviews, Lending Enabled
All of us are placed into a mold from the moment we are conceived. That mold contains expectations, assumptions, and inhibitions that make us feels secure, hindered, or both. Contained within these pages is a journey. It is a journey of pain and joy, of self discovery, of freedom, and of hope. These are the musings of a rather unconventional fellow who is coming to terms with what lies outside the mold of tradition and legalism. On the surface these musings are simply opinions, but deep down they are similar to the silent cry of many who are afraid to be honest about themselves, and to break free from their own unhealthy mold. These things are written with the hope that all who read them might embrace the freedom to be honest about who they are, and who they were designed to be by a loving God. In his debut book, Charles talks frankly about his journey of discovery, with the desire that others will be able to experience that same freedom in their own personal journey with God.
226 pages, no reviews, Lending Enabled
I had a great job, wife and friends. Yet I was suffused with discontentment; and for me the American dream, rather than liberating me, was suffocating. The answer was not in visiting a therapist, changing my job or wife, visiting a Himalayan cave, or circumnavigating the globe. It was in a powerful inner journey, and exploration of my relationship with God. It was an adventure in revisiting the pains and pleasures of childhood, understanding how these influenced my understanding of God; moving closer to the Great Spirit, and finally calling on his limitless power in my life. Everything in the pages that follow is true. This is not a religious book, as the God I refer to is simply my understanding of a higher power – it need not be yours. You might call him God, Buddha Allah, or whatever you so wish. This book is written to help you get closer to him. I ask only that you keep an open mind. Stay and laugh and reminisce with me over my childhood, then join me in the challenging exploration of my defects of character – those roadblocks to serenity and joy. I cannot promise you that this book will make you a saint, but I can promise that if you follow the suggestions contained within that your life will change. Let us begin this exciting journey together.
290 pages, 34 of 42 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled, Previously Free
Miranda feels like she’s been transported back to Little House On The Prairie, and Ted’s head spins when Miranda reads the Bible on her cell phone. Yet Miranda Klassen and Ted Wiebe must find a way to make peace to meet their common goal to open the doors of Ted’s Old Order Mennonite church and community. Will they also find love in the process?
Gail Sattler is a Heartsong Presents Hall of Fame author with 17 novels as well as 4 Love Inspired novels, 12 anthologized novellas, as well as gift books, cookbooks, and contributions to the One-Year Life Devotional and books by Debra White Smith. She is a longstanding member of East Ridge Community Fellowship, a Mennonite Brethren church. She lives and writes in Vancouver, B.C., Canada. For more information about Gail, check out her websites at www.gailsattler.com and www.mennoniteromancenovel.com.
292 pages, 37 of 54 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled, Previously Free
2011 RT Book Reviews Reviewers’ Choice Award Finalist
The threatening midnight calls followed Dr. Elena Gardner from one city to another, prolonging her grief. Even worse, they are echoed by the whispers of her own colleagues. Whispers that started after her comatose husband died in the ICU . . . then another mysterious death during her training. When a third happens at her new hospital, the whispers turn into a shout: “Mercy killer!”
Why doesn’t she defend herself? What is the dark secret that keeps Elena’s lips sealed?
Two physicians, widowers themselves, offer support, telling Elena they know what she is going through after the death of her husband. But do they? And is it safe to trust either of them with her secret? Soon Elena will find that even when the world seems to be against her, God is for her, if she’ll only trust him.
385 pages, 20 of 37 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled, Previously Free
(Inspirational Historical Romance) A quick~match tale of unexpected love . . . A fuse that burned rapidly. A tale of love and betrayal in Georgian England.
When Juleah Braxton meets her best friend’s American brother, he is nothing what she imagined he would be. He is battle scared from the Revolution, determined to restore his father’s home in Virginia when he unexpectedly inherits his grandfather’s estate in faraway England. Juleah’s independent spirit and gentle soul wins Seth’s heart and she becomes lady of the manor, enraging the man who sought her hand and schemed to make Ten Width his own.
203 pages, 4 of 4 reviews are 5-star, Lending Enabled, Previously Free
Is the Spirit of America dying? Many have grown increasingly aware of this possibility since the Great Recession began, but few want to admit it. Today, America is deeply divided and filled with uncertainty, and a palpable sense of malaise has settled over her people. Could it really be that America’s best days are behind her?
We Americans used to be proud of our nation, and certain of who we were as a people. The general feeling that America was a moral and decent country was pervasive throughout the nation, if not much of the world. We proudly flew Old Glory and without reservation proclaimed that the United States of America was the greatest nation on earth.
But today that seems to be the exception rather than the rule. Now we have brief, fleeting episodes of pride in our nation around the holidays or when we hear stories of our soldiers and their bravery. But the general feeling of pride in who we are as Americans and what we stand for is fading, and no one seems to know how to get it back.
Early in America’s history, Alexander de Tocqueville wrote, “America is great because Americans are good.” If America’s greatness is fading, could it be that something has happened to her people’s goodness? And if America is in permanent decline, will we accept that fate without a fight?
In 755 BC, the prophet Hosea was called to deliver a message to another nation in decline, the Northern Kingdom of Israel. But what would Hosea say if he had been sent to modern-day America instead? And if he had been sent to us instead of Israel, would we be receptive to his message or scorn him as Israel once did?
Are we prepared to honestly look at what has happened – and what is happening – to our country? Are we prepared to examine the heart of our beloved nation and diagnose the disease that is threatening to take her very life?
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