This is not kindle, but Amazon MP3 Store has a free ESV New Testament
415 pages, 44 of 48 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled
Years of Nazi occupation have stolen much from Brigitte Durand. Family. Freedom. Hope for a future, especially for a woman with a past like hers. But that changes the day American fighter pilot Tom Jaeger is shot down over occupied France. Picked up by the Resistance, Tom becomes the linchpin in their plan to infiltrate a Germans-only brothel and get critical intel out through Brigitte, a prostitute rumored to be sympathetic to the Allied cause.D-day looms and everyone knows that invasion is imminent. But so is treachery, and the life of one American pilot unexpectedly jeopardizes everything. He becomes more important than the mission to a man who cannot bear to lose another agent and to a woman who is more than just a prostitute, who finally realizes that her actions could change the course of history.
196 pages, 37 of 37 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled, Young Adult
Twelve-year-old Winnie Willis has a way with horses. She can gentle the wildest mare, but other parts of her life don’t always come as easily. Along with her dad and sister, Lizzy, Winnie is learning how to live without her mom, who was also a natural horse gentler. As Winnie teaches her horses about unconditional love and blind trust, God shows Winnie that he can be trusted too. Readers will be hooked on the series’ vivid characters, whose quirky personalities fill Winnie’s life with friendship and adventure. In #1 Wild Thing, Winnie’s fearful heart finally begins to trust God again as she tries to gentle the horse of her dreams, Wild Thing.
212 pages, 14 of 15 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled
Christians often say, “In Jesus’ name” to close their prayers. But is this truly a desire of the heart or a perfunctory “Yours Truly” to God? Bryan Chapell says we should begin our prayers in Jesus’ name-we should be Praying Backwards. In this practical and inspiring book, he shows readers that to truly pray in Jesus’ name is to reorder one’s priorities in prayer-and in life-away from oneself and towards Jesus and his kingdom. It is to pray believing in the power and the goodness of the One who hears, and thus to pray boldly, expectantly, and persistently.Readers seeking to transform their prayer lives will find wonderful direction in Praying Backwards.
167 pages, 8 of 8 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled, Previously Free
FADING FAITH chronicles the decline of religion in modern democracies and predicts that America is traveling this path to secularism. A profound transition is occurring, barely noticed. Slowly, imperceptibly, supernatural religion is shriveling. Pope Benedict XVI laments that ”Europe has developed a culture that, in a manner unknown before now to humanity, excludes God from the public conscience.” In Denmark and Sweden, fewer than 5 percent of adults are in church on a typical Sunday. Although over half of British children attended Sunday school in 1900, by 2000 the rate was down to 4 percent. In America, despite the superficial success of evangelical groups, surveys since 1990 have shown that the godless fraction of Americans had doubled from one-tenth to one-fifth of the adult population. Around 45 million Americans live apart from churchgoing. A 2012 Gallup poll found that one-third of U.S. adults now say religion is inconsequential to them.
175 pages, 3 of 3 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled
GOD AND OTHER THINGS. Conversations That Defend Faith, Question Evolution, and Search for Truth is not that kind of book. It is not a typical book on theology or apologetics. It reveals the basics of Christianity and answers hard questions without weighing down the narrative with chapter and verse. There is not a footnote to be found.
GOD AND OTHER THINGS has a fast paced, conversational style that gets to the point quickly. It entertains. It keeps your attention by allowing you to eavesdrop on a conversation between two friends as they disagree about obstacles to faith. It is more of a coffee shop conversation than a textbook, and anyone with a curious mind will benefit from it. It shows that you don’t have to be stupid or naïve to believe.
283 pages, 5 of 6 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled
This book follows the amazing life of John Corbly, circa 1733 to 1803, from the time he was shanghaied in Ireland as a young teenager to the troublesome times of the Whisky Rebellion in frontier Pennsylvania.
Once in America, he experiences some good luck. Indentured to a good Christian family, he learns farming, believing it to be his destiny. But those were not God’s plans for him, and this unassuming young man eventually becomes a lay preacher and evangelist. Persecuted for his beliefs, he moves his family to the wild frontier of Pennsylvania.
Once he reaches this untamed area, like the other frontiersmen, Corbly finds only pain and suffering as crops fail, there is no money, and Indian raids wipe out whole communities in a matter of minutes. The fledgling government has little respect for these rugged frontiersmen. The bureaucrats think this remote province across the mountains is good for only one thing – collecting taxes – that these poor, unfortunate frontier families are not able to pay. More fear and anguish results from the brutal actions of the Federal government who send troops and drag the suspected “insurrectionists” out of their beds in the dead of winter.
Yet, through it all, the indefatigable Rev. John Corbly never loses faith, establishes many churches throughout Pennsylvania, and continues to evangelize until his dying breath.
192 pages, 2 of 2 reviews are 5-star, Lending Enabled, Young Adult
Rumors of missing Nazi treasure are rampant in Europe in the wake of World War 2. And Denmark, home to twelve-year-old twins Peter and Elise Andersen, is no exception. Hoping to strike it rich, Peter, Elise, and their friend Henrik begin investigating the mysterious site of a recent sinking in Helsingør Harbor. But when the twins and Henrik discover they are not the only ones interested in the sunken ship, their sleuthing leads them into greater danger than they ever imagined! A split-second decision lands the three on a renegade German submarine, staffed by a crazy crew that refuses to admit defeat. Suddenly, Peter, Elise, and Henrik are the only witnesses to a plot to smuggle priceless treasures out from under the noses of the Allied victors!
186 pages, 7 of 9 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled, Previously Free
Complacent, asleep, ineffective, hypocritical. However you choose to describe it, the church simply isn’t working. In Lost the Plot, you get an in depth look at our failures and what we can do to fix them. Dive into what the Bible says about the early church and take a look at our own churches from the outside in.
Lost the Plot will leave you with a sense that there is more to church than 2 hours on the weekend in an elegant, multi-million dollar building sipping a latte. We have forgotten our first love in America and have replaced Him with love for ourselves. We have lost the plot.
7 of 8 reviews are 4 or 5-star
In this four week mini Bible Study you will discover the power of acceptance in your life. The acceptance we all have from God, and why it’s important to accept our self, flaws and all.
Rejection is a powerful force in our life and our Christian walk. It effects our confidence in God and His call on our life. But little do we know the power we have to let go of the control it has on us.
Rejection is also an attitude that results in an action that looks a lot like putting space between you and someone who has hurt you.
I pray this book will bless you in a way where you will release idols and embrace acceptance in your life rather than the lie of rejection.
246 pages, 1 of 1 reviews are 5-star, Lending Enabled
The Remnant Path leads to Life, but there is no victory without a battle, and the battle is only won by those who wield the Sword, who pursue God’s purposes in passionate faithfulness, and surrender to His relentless grace.
The Remnant Path is the journey of those who are advancing for Christ, engaging in the battle for the Cross, understanding clearly that the battles fought day in and day out are not victorious through their own efforts, but by a willingness to surrender to what God has already done and continues to do in their lives.
As you journey The Remnant Path, your life will show the world your dedication to Christ who died so that you could live. You’ll be trained to live each day in faith by being faithful, to display your passion by being passionate, and to live out your purpose by having hope in the One that leads you in The Way that you should go. And it’s when the war intensifies, when all hope seems to have faded, when victory seems impossible, when all your strength is gone, that you will learn to press on, secure in faith, charging through enemy lines . . . with the assurance that your King lies victorious behind every battle.
372 pages, 3 of 4 reviews are 5-star, Lending Enabled
This book traces the fortunes and misfortunes of a group of scribes in the late second century Christian Church. Justin and Marcus are scribes for the Church of Rome. Juliana is a scribe of the Alexandrian church, and a member of the Catechetical school. The story begins when Juliana visits Rome, and she and Justin discover that they have different readings in their Gospel manuscripts. The story develops as Justin and Marcus travel to the churches of the Roman Empire, delivering letters for their bishop. Their final destination is Egypt, where the differences in readings and methods of copying intensifiy, as does Justin’s growing affection for Juliana. Discover all the dangers and challenges faced by scribes and their manuscripts. Will Justin find the true text? Will he win his true love?
58 pages, no reviews, Lending Enabled
Christians declare and believe that God is great, but what does it mean to live our lives focused on that reality? How do you understand God’s greatness when you encounter failure or suffering? How do you nurture a life of faith that focuses your attention on God’s greatness.
In this eBook you will find a guide and a devotional to help you understand the greatness of God as declared in Psalm 48. The book, commentary on Psalm 48, and the over 20 exercises and reflections, will focus your attention and vision toward declaring God’s greatness.
92 pages, no reviews, Lending Enabled
Years of service in the church can sometimes allow us to become a bit complacant. We might lose our focus. Or maybe that focus was in the wrong place to begin with. This study was made to help identify the symptoms of a Christian who is living, but dead. If we identify this in our lives how do we correct it? How do we prevent this from ever happening again? How do we serve God with every fiber of our being? Once we learn what causes living death, we can look for it and avoid so we can be truly living Christians instead of becoming… Christian zombies.
96 pages, 1 of 1 reviews are 5-star, Lending Enabled
Chris Howard moves back home with his baby daughter to heal after losing his young wife in a car accident. Months later, while healing from loss he has learned not to take life for granted. Time is precious, every gift should be appreciated and he is learning ….
Sometimes Love grants a second chance.
40 pages, 1 of 1 reviews are 4-star, Lending Enabled
This book isn’t written for the scholarly but for the “every day people” who want to experience the true freedom found in Christ.
If you are longing to experience all that God has done for you in His Son and you are ready to hear from Him then you’ll probably enjoy this book.
This book is written from the author’s real-life experience with God. It is not about doctrine or theology but is simply a message from God to you. What you read will be refreshing and stir the Life of Christ within you.
Keep this book close with you and anytime you feel discouraged open it up and renew your mind according to the reality of Christ. As you remind yourself of the Truth within this book your life will change!
40 pages, no reviews, Lending Enabled, Young Adult
Since birth, Amari has looked and felt different from the other unicorns. When the life of her human friend, Karel, becomes threatened, Amari realizes that her differences are there for a reason. Now faced with the hardest decision of her life, will she choose the way of sacrifice, or will she forsake her friends? This book is intended for readers aged 7 or older, but can be read and enjoyed by readers of all ages.
107 pages, no reviews, Lending Enabled
How may Christians better understand the dangers and opportunities offered by the Internet? This book resource, written by an expert in the field, explains and illustrates what the technologies are and guides readers to draw on biblical principles (such as self-control and accountability) to help them to apply these to the dangers at hand. It also encourages believers to make the best use of opportunities that arise from judicious use of the World Wide Web.
Today some two billion people around the world use the Internet. Almost 80% of North Americans are connected to the web. But even as we use it, few of us understand the dizzying array of its applications and implications. David Clark guides us through the complexities of the Internet with simple, clear explanations. Even better, he unveils the spiritual implications of the Internet, both positive and negative. Pastors, parents, and teachers will greatly appreciate this book, as will the everyday Christian who, like me, is struggling to keep up with the ever-expanding universe of cyber-space, desiring to use it to God’s glory and the welfare of our families and Christ’s church.
208 pages, no reviews, Lending Enabled
Chaplain Graeme Ramsden served in Vietnam as a soldier and subsequently studied theology and was ordained as a deacon of the Roman Catholic Church. He commenced duties as a chaplain in the Australian Regular Army and was deployed on operations to support the Joint Support Unit with the international force in East Timor (INTERFET). Letters from Timor is his personal and moving account of his deployment and a unique perspective of Australian Military Operations.
130 pages, no reviews, Lending Enabled
180 pages, no reviews, Lending Enabled
Mona Leigh Anderson, a good mother and even better wife, is unaware that her tidy and sheltered world is going to explode into a thousand pieces. And by her own hand, she launches the grenade of destruction.
Brian Anderson is a principled man, a leader in the church. Never in all his days did he believe his marriage could come to such a heart-rending testing of his faith, although this is exactly what he’s about to endure.
Damaged by deception and infidelity, Mona and Brian seek to repair the mistrust between them because that is the right thing to do. But can they truly let go of the past and of the most egregious of marital sins, and survive in this world of seduction?
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