It’s No Secred: Revealing Divine Truths Every Woman Should Know by Rachel Olsen
237 pages, 20 of 21 reviews are 4 or 5-star
* Handle petty conflicts and criticism with grace
* Overcome the competitive urges that keep you striving
* Grow spiritually despite life’s setbacks
* Relax unrealistic expectations in favor of emotional stability
* Uncover a surprising means to worshiping God amidst your busy schedule
* Discover how to make what you give away ultimately return to you
* Find adventure as you yield wholeheartedly to God
Explore twelve principals straight from scripture with Rachel, and then delve into the Bible yourself with end-of-chapter studies. Grab your coffee cup and a copy of It’s No Secret and come discover twelve secrets the world doesn’t know that every woman should.
188 pages, 13 of 15 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled
272 pages, no reviews, Lending Enabled
As we travel through life’s struggles and joys, we face new crossroads daily that lead to different destinations. It is helpful to have someone prepare and equip you for what to expect and how to make wise choices.
No matter where you are on your journey, best-selling author Cynthia Heald (Becoming a Woman Of . . . series) wants to guide and mentor you in order to draw you closer to the Father’s heart and keep you on the well-trodden path of past seekers of God. Drawing Near to the Heart of God (formerly A Woman’s Journey to the Heart of God) will encourage you to keep your hand in His for your lifetime pilgrimage.
By combining personal insights with Scripture and wisdom from some of the great Christian devotional writers, Cynthia engages with you to reflect on where you are now, where you’d like to be, and how far you’ve already come.
144 pages, 9 of 11 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled
Angie Hunter left Hart’s Crossing for college and never looked back. So when her widowed mother needs care following surgery, Angie is more than ready to hire a nurse rather than return to her antiquated hometown. But when she is passed over for a promotion at work, an angry Angie quits and heads home anyway.
Francine Hunter is both excited and nervous about having her daughter home for the next two months. She sees this as her chance to make a new connection with her estranged daughter. Will she be able to nudge Angie toward faith without overdoing it? Or will Angie pack up and leave for a new job as soon as Francine has recovered?
Previously Free Christian Fiction Books
I have not read a single one of these. But they are free fairly frequently. If you have read them, please leave a quick note in the comments about how good (or not good) they are or if you want to write a longer review let me know and I will post it.
Shrouded in Silence by Robert Wise
Ruby by Lauraine Snelling
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