340 pages, 42 of 44 reviews are 5-star, Lending Enabled, Previously Free
Where was God? Bobbi Molinsky’s comfortable life is shattered when a forwarded email from her husband’s account lands in her inbox. The email teases, “My whole evening is free again.” After an angry confrontation with Chuck, she is left with the broken remains of an eighteen year marriage. Where is God? Bobbi agrees forgiving Chuck is the right thing, the God-honoring thing to do, but it leaves her empty and isolated. Teaching her second-graders is a burden. Taking care of her boys saps all her energy. It seems God Himself has walked away, leaving her to struggle alone. Is God faithful? Bobbi can’t deny the transformation in Chuck, but genuine forgiveness requires trust, and trust is a risk she’s not willing to take. Can she let go of her deepest, most primal fears and save her marriage?
145 pages, 25 of 29 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled
Six months ago, Grant Dawson bought the Waterford Weekly, a small newspaper in his father’s hometown. Burned out as a reporter for the L.A. Times and tired of all the inherent politics, he welcomed the slower pace of this Oregon coastal town and the more relaxed lifestyle producing a weekly paper. He enjoys being close to his dad again, a quiet man who captains a whale-sightseeing boat.
Grant is surprised at his unexpected interest in Keri, the niece of columnist Luby Sanders. He thinks Luby is a hoot and can’t help but adore her. But she’s also playing matchmaker, trying to interest him in her niece. When Keri shows up at a log cabin fire in the middle of the night, she’s not the geeky college kid he expected. But he’s not about to fall victim to Luby’s orchestrations.
Even if her niece is beautiful.
And apparently in need of a job.
200 pages, 4 of 4 reviews are 5-star, Lending Enabled
Most men run from books like this. So many books and workbooks focus on the sin, the porn, the insecurities, the lies, and the heartbreak. And not to mention how one-sided so many resources can be. The woman is thepoor victim and the husband is the mean villain. This book does not choose sides.
In Resurrection, George and Ashley Weis help couples navigate the effects lust and betrayal has had on their relationship by maintaining a clear and positive focus on Jesus Christ, the only hope a marriage has after being wounded by betrayal. This workbook helps both men and women focus on growing closer to God and purity, and further from the scars and habits that have damaged their relationship.
George and Ashley Weis have endured the flames of porn in their own marriage and come out on the other side. Now they want to help others find a way out of the fire. In this workbook they travel with couples through three sections. Looking Inward dives into a short journey of the past and encourages readers to let go of the past in order to embrace the future. Looking Upward takes couples through a study of the Beatitudes of Jesus and how they apply to our marriages. And Looking Outward courses the ways we can love each other through the mess lust creates in our lives.
Your marriage can experience the beauty after rain, but you have to be willing to take the steps to get there. It’s not easy, but it’s worth it. Journey with George and Ashley Weis as they share their own hearts with you in hopes that your marriage will one day be better than it ever has been before.
279 pages, 17 of 17 reviews are 5-star, Lending Enabled, Previously Free
Tackling tough questions with straight answers, this book tracks an everyday believer’s journey into what may be Christianity’s best-kept secret. It dives deep into the often-marginalized mysteries of the Holy Spirit, mingling scriptural examples with numerous contemporary anecdotes of the amazing power of God in the lives of everyday believers.
37 pages, 9 of 9 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled
39 pages, 5 of 5 reviews are 5-star, Lending Enabled
176 pages, 3 of 3 reviews are 5-star, Lending Enabled, Young Adult, Grades 3+
Book 1 in a series of 6
A search for a homeland in a world darkened by war…
Dov Zalinski has nothing left in the ruins of World War 2—only the promise his mother made when she left him at a Warsaw orphanage: “I’ll come back for you, and together we’ll go to Jerusalem.” Seven hard years later, she still hasn’t returned.
On the hope that she and the rest of his family have somehow survived the terrible Nazi death camps and went on ahead of him, the thirteen-year-old sets out alone for the Promised Land. Dov is determined to be with his family again… even if it means risking his life to do it.
Emily Parkinson has it all as the spoiled only child of a British major stationed in 1947 Jerusalem. Her cozy, perfect world has cushioned her from the always-present danger that haunts the people of Palestine—until now. Tensions between Arab and Jew are growing fast as ships of illegal Jewish immigrants try to break through the British barricade. Now, not even Emily’s father will be able to protect her from what she is about to face.
56 pages, 2 of 2 reviews are 5-star, Lending Enabled
Exalt His Name.
Have you ever wanted to speak directly to God? Well, words of Praise, through poems – akin to the book of Psalms – is just that, an attempt to Thank Our God, in poetic fashion. Also included are words of thanks, and a personal testimonial bringing about an even deeper confirmation that there is a God above.
51 pages, 8 of 8 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled, Previously free
For centuries Saint Anthony of Padua, Thaumaturgist, Evangelical Doctor of the Church, has been regaled and venerated as a wonder-worker, eminent theologian, and preacher. To him infertile women, sailors, the poor, seekers of lost articles, to name a few, have prayed to intercede. Thousands upon thousands flocked to hear him preach, and witnessed his miraculous deeds.
We hope that with this book, the reader might realize an invitation to call upon Anthony, not just to find lost things, but as a companion in a quest to find a renewed and challenged faith, hope, and love.
128 pages, 2 of 2 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled
Frazzled Moms’ Devotions To Go covers all the “mommy types.” From scripture meditations and devotions to activities to build their relationship with God, their family and friends, and the stranger in the mirror, this devotional will touch mothers of all ages.
Frazzled Moms touches on real issues with laughter and encouragement. It leaves the reader enlightened and feeling God’s presence and peace. The prayer for each day is an example of real prayers. Not flowery ones that you find in most devotionals. This shows the readers that they can speak with God in their own voice; there is not a special way to speak with God, just be that child that He calls for. This devotional is unique compared to the others because it reaches all types of moms, with all types of needs.
224 pages, 3 of 3 reviews are 5-star
Everyone possesses spiritual abilities. One only needs to learn how to recognize and use them for the good they were meant to be used. My spirit allies and I wrote this book to enlighten people in order for them to become aware of their spiritual abilities. Our hope was for you (the reader) to have learned from my spiritual journey and to be able to relate to some of these events in your own life by having your own AHA moments and realize your spiritual abilities. . I have several spiritual abilities and use them all the time to help others. It is time for the rest of the world to WAKE UP to theirs!
58 pages, 2 of 2 reviews are 5-star
Despite a rough and tumble youth, Chaplain Turner found spirituality and made the decision to practice faith amid a flock of the suffering. For that reason, he chose to be an Army chaplain on the front lines of The Iraq War. But Chaplain Turner’s war would unfold on many fronts: as a soldier on the battlefield, as a counselor behind closed doors, as a minister at the altar, as a friend, as a father. He would become the backbone of an infantry battalion on its third deployment in Iraq. As the sole chaplain for a thousand men and women, he would absorb all that befell them. He would share in absolute joy–and tragedy.
Ms. Basu captures the entire range of these emotions in this book based on her time covering Chaplain Turner in Iraq and at home. In a series of articles she published in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution and expanded upon here, Ms. Basu deftly depicts the emotional weight carried by soldiers in the field, veterans at home, and a man charged with the harrowing responsibility of being a salve to their scarred souls.
For the first-time ever, the entire series of Ms. Basu’s articles on Chaplain Turner have been collected into one book. There have been few looks into one of this nation’s most controversial wars that have been as honest, heartbreaking, and inspiring as Chaplain Turner’s War. The experiences of the young men and women Chaplain Turner served speak with a clarity and force that is relatable to readers of any religion and of any opinion about The Iraq War. It is a story of people’s lives who are so often taken for granted as steely warriors, and so rarely appreciated as heroes returning home with a lifetime of emotional weight. Chaplain Turner’s War is a must-read for anyone interested in the end of The Iraq War and the perspective of it from those most directly involved.
106 pages, no reviews, Lending Enabled
From the author of Prayer in Poetry and Prayer in Poetry for the Christian Mother comes the third book in the Prayer series. This is another book of spiritual poetry and prayers meant to inspire and uplift the soul.
Vicky Spyrou-Andriotis was born in Athens, Greece in 1968 and emigrated from there to the United States at a very young age with her parents and older brother. Through the challenges and difficulties of assimilating into their new country and culture, one thing remained constant: their faith. Their faith in God and the closeness and comfort of their church community served to ease the struggles faced by a family in a new home far away from all they knew and loved.
Now, many years later, and hoping to inspire others to do the same, Mrs. Andriotis puts pen to paper and expresses that faith in her series of books : Prayer in Poetry.
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More than a devotional, American Psalms: Prayers for the Christian Patriot offers a worship-based approach to becoming a Praying Patriot. Filled with Scripture-focused prayer, tips for spiritual formation and tools to fulfill God’s command to pray for those in authority over us, this book will renew your heart for the nation that gives personal liberty and the God who gives eternal freedom.
Steeped in American history with a strong biblical foundation, American Psalms takes the reader on a one-year journey of spiritual growth with weekly prayers for the nation, psalms for special days of prayers, relevant teachings to enhance your perspective and PDF worksheet downloads designed to promote prayer for America’s leaders. With prayers spanning subjects from our troops to the presidency, from NASA to the fishing industry, and from the economy to our children’s teachers, Masters has covered nearly every aspect of American society with scripture-based prayer while teaching the reader how to regularly pray for our nation without political bias.
The Teachings of Our Lord by Jonas Wilde
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True religion confronts earth with heaven and brings eternity to bear upon time. The messenger of Christ, though he speaks from God, must also, as the Quakers used to say, ”speak to the condition” of his hearers; otherwise he will speak a language known only to himself. His message must be not only timeless but timely. He must speak to his own generation.
The only way to recoup our spiritual losses is to go back to the cause of them and make such corrections as the truth warrants. The decline of the knowledge of the holy has brought on our troubles. A rediscovery of the majesty of God will go a long way toward curing them. It is impossible to keep our moral practices sound and our inward attitudes right while our idea of God is erroneous or inadequate. If we would bring back spiritual power to our lives, we must begin to think of God more nearly as He is.
129 pages, no reviews, Lending Enabled
Christian leaders, within the traditional church structures and the non-traditional structures (e.g. home fellowships) rarely mature to the point that they are able to model and train new Christians to walk in a dynamic living relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ. Like the Pharisees of Jesus’ day, they have great knowledge of the Lord and possess a Religious Code of Ethics. Like the Pharisees of Jesus’ day, they stand in the doorway, between the Lord and his people, often hindering, more than helping.
Much in the same way that Saul promised his daughter Merab as a wife to David, but then gave her to another man (1Samuel 18:17, 1 Samuel 25:44), in New Testament times many men and women have been spiritually betrothed to Jesus Christ, but end up being bonded to institutions and religious leaders. At best many new converts are taught about God, rather than how to walk with Him. Often new believers, rather than learning to submit to Jesus Christ, are kept in a state of spiritual infancy and reliant upon their leaders, hindering their ability to mature, become more and more Christ-like, and de-pendent upon the Lord Himself.
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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?
294 pages, no reviews, Lending Enabled
The world can be a lonely place after you’ve lost someone you love. Sometimes it takes someone who knows the depth of that hurt to help.
Jenny Thompson wakes up on the floor of a cheap motel, bloody, scared and alone. Across town, Matt Ryder, an ex-pro quarterback, struggles through each day, more dead than alive, after losing his wife, his little girl and his career. The only thing they have in common is a fast-fading will to live until they meet Ben Majors, the sixty-three year old preacher of Oak Grove Baptist. His daughter Claire is a nurse at the local hospital. That’s where he meets Jenny, who’s lost her baby in an apparent suicide attempt. Ben takes his lunch at the city park on Mondays and it’s there he meets Matt quite by accident. Ben knows that sometimes people need help but don’t want to be preached to. You meet them where they are. Ben and the town pitch in to help Jenny quickly but Matt will take a little more time. They agree to meet at the bench by the river’s edge in the park for lunch. This is where Ben came so often after his wife Emmie died and it’s here that he’ll be exactly what Matt needs…a friend. As Matt slowly opens up, they discuss life and loss and God. While Matt and Jenny struggle towards restoration, her ex, Darryl, a completely selfish human being, returns. He’s got to get through Ben first.
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