288 pages, 12 of 12 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled
Statistics show that one in every four marriages is impacted by infidelity. So the odds are pretty good that you or someone you know has experienced the searing pain of marital infidelity. But adultery is not an automatic death sentence for your marriage. You can trust again. You can restore intimacy. You can have a relationship that you will both cherish for a lifetime.
306 pages, 90 of 122 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled, Previously Free
When Libby’s husband Greg fails to return from a two-week canoe trip to the Canadian wilderness, the authorities soon write off his disappearance as an unhappy husband’s escape from an empty marriage and unrewarding career. Their marriage might have survived if their daughter Lacey hadn’t died…and if Greg hadn’t been responsible. Libby enlists the aid of her wilderness savvy father-in-law and her faith-walking best friend to help her search for clues to her husband’s disappearance…if for no other reason than to free her to move on. What the trio discovers in the search upends Libby’s presumptions about her husband and rearranges her faith.
490 pages, 16 of 24 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled
In a world where the Sojourners, a nearly extinct race with preternatural abilities struggle to preserve their faith and heritage, destiny thrusts two youths from opposing nations into the heart of a centuries-old conflict.
Guided by shape-shifting spirits, their fates collide when first they meet as mortal enemies. However, to save their people from annihilation, they must unite both kingdoms against a terrifying enemy that threatens to destroy both realms.
But how can a young slave and a peasant bring sworn enemies of half a millennium together?
217 pages, 3 of 3 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled
Games are not a new dynamic between man and God. From the first round of Hide and Seek in the Garden, we have been playing with Him. Thousands of years later, our game is the same.
Recess with Jesus invites us to experience God’s willingness to meet us here and play alongside us with a new strategy, a new set of rules, and a victory that maybe doesn’t count for much on this playground but promises a greater prize.
This is not a book of answers. This is not a step-by-step guide to God and faith. This is not one of those books that asks us to step into David’s or Martha’s or Jonah’s shoes and attempt to find their God just the way they experienced Him. God wants to meet us in our own shoes – or barefoot in the grass.
He wants us to look around our playground and understand the offense of our defense of our games. We were never meant to play this way. We play to win, but for all our winning, we lose.
The familiarity of the playground opens us to a new way of looking at our relationship with Christ by starting at a place we all know, love, and fondly remember before pushing us deeper into discipleship. Each chapter is framed by Scripture and perfect for a quick read…but never a quick think. The powerful metaphor and thought-provoking twists of word in each familiar playground game catch us off-guard and stir us toward something more.
Who knew Four Square was a matter of the heart?
151 pages, 9 of 9 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled
This delightful true story, written in the first person by the spouse of the title character, will have readers reliving their own pasts. Baby boomers will surely savor references to the pop culture, history, and politics of their collective youth as they get caught up in the personal lives of the author and his spouse. In an afternoon you will learn how a speeding ticket and an interest in four-part a cappella harmony intersected with the Cold War to start the protagonists on the road to holy matrimony.
Along the way, you will be charmed by the author’s ability to engage you in this tale. From chance encounters with President Jimmy Carter and the late Pope John Paul II to a longshoremen’s strike in Rouen, France, the plot meanders through the late 1970s as it entices you into wanting to know what happens next. The book is part adventure, part travelogue, part nostalgia, and part love story. Be prepared to be thoroughly entertained in this initial offering by a gifted storyteller. We suspect it will not be his last.
145 pages, 2 of 2 reviews are 5-star, Lending Enabled
Inspired, Rev. C.M. Cole returns to Northeastern Missouri where churches had backslid into a graveyard state. This book covers the beginning of the backslidden era (1945) and speaks of instrumental people whom God used to prophecy in counties of Marion, Ralls, Monroe, Audrain, Randolph and Macon, Missouri.
This book includes lots of Church of God in Christ history, and as you read, you’ll gain insight into an inspired and effective church administration lead by Rev. C.M. Cole. Under his leadership, these men and women learned how to have faith, gathering for regularly for all night prayer, refusing the modern day church business of fundraisers and other gimmicks. They instead only focused on dwelling in the presence of God. The only desire was in knowing Jesus Christ and listening to the Holy Spirit.
180 pages, 3 of 3 reviews are 5-star, Lending Enabled
Many Christians suffer from sickness through erroneous thinking that it’s God’s will for them to be sick or that healing belonged only to the early church. Isaiah, the prophet, was shown the spiritual side of the crucifixion and saw that Jesus not only bore our sins, he bore our sicknesses, too. This is the first book to come out in years that deals directly with the spiritual origin of sickness and disease and how the believer can stand in victory through Christ’s finished work of redemption. It is structured to give the believer a thorough understanding of healing in redemption and provide the foundation for him to pray the prayer of faith for healing.
80 pages, no reviews, Lending Enabled
It’s the place where death is conquered and life is renewed . . .
it’s where sin and grace collide and redemption is certain . . .
it’s the moment where God’s glory is fully revealed . . .
it’s at the Cross where radical repentance transforms all who come to it.
In our efforts to obtain what only God can give and control what only He can, we allow sin, big or small, to so easily entrap us. We have missed the power of the gospel as we fail to understand its supernatural power to transform us from the inside out. Out of fear, we’d rather run to our sins than turn to God, and we miss out on the miraculous while we cling to the mundane.
REVIVE will reveal the unseen battle that rages within your soul. You’ll discover that it’s not that the Christian life is too difficult, it’s that it’s remarkably simple . . . it’s turning to face God and surrendering every moment thereafter. No matter where you are in your journey of faith, you’ll more adequately understand the transforming power of God that is unleashed through radical repentance. And as you fully surrender your heart, God will fully reveal His.
97 pages, 4 of 4 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled
294 pages, no reviews, Lending Enabled
Seeds of Bible Study is a book on how to study the Bible. It uses basic common sense and reading comprehension rules to help people through pitfalls of Biblical interpretation. The writer loves her Bible and wants others to love it too. As a writer and a lover of literature, she includes Bible studies on certain passages to illustrate her point. This frank, honest manual that will help you understand the Bible in depth and help you create Bible studies for yourself or your church.
106 pages, no reviews, Lending Enabled
• How and why you need to prepare yourself for the marriage you’ve always wanted
• What to do to mature and to profit from your Season of Singleness
• How to tell when you really are ready for a long-term Relationship
• The downside of dating and using God’s method to find your life-partner
• How to deal ruthlessly with the attitude and behavior that sabotages your relationship
• How to prepare yourself spiritually, emotionally, intellectually, physically, and financially
• How to work on becoming the right person for your partner instead of just wanting to marry the right person
108 pages, 1 of 1 reviews are 5-star, Lending Enabled
How do I actually overcome temptation? What is it to be a Soldier of Christ today? What is Christian Meditation and how do I begin? How to I acquire a virtue such as apostolic courage? This is the book St. Francis de Sales carried with him everywhere. Scupoli’s hard-hitting teaching brought the great preacher to holiness and it can do the same for us today! Revised and diligently compared to the originals and other major translations, we hope our brand new version will become a classic in its own right. Our edition is also the size of a Hard Cover for easy reading.
If you represent a Charity that serves the people of God why not “Adopt a book” and receive a portion of the profit of every title sold to help your ministry or mission.
192 pages, no reviews, Lending Enabled
This is a personal account of life experiences that brought changes in the author’s beliefs and faith in God. It recalls events that influenced him from elementary education through a doctoral degree and beyond. And that ranged from Canada to Mexico, and from Rome to Romania. It reflects who he was and who he became. In it he confesses what he did not want to tell before. It includes serious questions about Christian beliefs but also arrives at a profession of Christian faith. The work is intended to pass on to family and friends, and to any reader, the insights gained so that honesty and truth may be appreciated again.
53 pages, no reviews, Lending Enabled
Ciara Thornton’s life was falling apart around her. She had to sell her only car for scrap, her home was in foreclosure and there was no solution in sight. In this first book of the series “The Journey” Ciara takes you through the first year of a seven year span of trials, frustrations, tragedy and triumphs. Change is inevitable in life, but it isn’t always easy. Ciara becomes the caregiver for her elderly parents while facing unexpected opposition from family members. Her mother is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s and her father’s health is failing. Ciara questions everything within her as to what course to take. ”The Journey” is a true story that will inspire you to walk with faith through the many unexpected trials life throws at you.
70 pages, no reviews, Lending Enabled
The Old Testament book of Isaiah can be difficult to understand.
Bible teacher, missionary and radio broadcaster, Brian Johnston, provides the key to open up Isaiah’s message by explaining the “double vision” model that God used in speaking through the prophet.
While what much of what Isaiah said had a current application to the people he was speaking to, there was usually a double meaning which either spoke of the coming of Jesus Christ hundreds of years later, or of events which are still yet in our future.
This short e-booklet is bound to leave you more aware of, and appreciating more fully, the sovereignity of God and his gracious dealings with both Israel and followers of Jesus Christ.
350 pages, of reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled
2003: Europe’s Summer of Madness…
It plays tricks on people’s minds and makes them do things they otherwise would not have done. It even gets to Tom Stark, who is used to it. Tom took part in the Gulf War as a mercenary. Now he is an evangelical missionary in Germany. He lives outside a gritty town with a crime rate way too high for its size.
Tom’s world is about to unravel when seduction walks into his life in the form of Gina Delors, wife of the village carpenter. Gina has what Tom misses in Romy, his own wife… Will their love survive?
There’s no guarantee that a couple will make it, when everything they have to offer to one another is available for free elsewhere.
You will enter the Europe of 2003 and feel its atmosphere, sense its complexities, and perceive the shape of its society at that moment. Read a powerful story full of surprises that will leave you amazed, apalled, stirred, touched and inspired. It will entertain both men and women.
Please be aware that this is not a stock genre romance! This story deals with temptation, but is free of sex scenes, employing a biblical perspective. However, it deals with struggling people in a permissive society.
127 pages, 9 of 9 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled
No Way Out But Through is the written account of Graham Aitchison’s journey from mental illness to a true sense of clarity and peace. This book takes the reader through the darkest parts of Graham’s soul through the various tools and thinking methods he has used to help himself to heal and into a realm of insight that can only come through surviving the darkest parts of life itself.
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