151 pages, 12 of 13 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled
217 pages, 8 of 9 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled, Previously Free
“Gifts of Life” is a story of grief, hope, and one woman’s reclaiming of life and love following personal tragedy. It is the tale of how the high-stress job of flight nursing can both break you and inspire you. Finally, it is a story of love and family, tempered by the soothing effects of southern charm and life in the Georgia mountains. It is the story of Natalie and Jake…it is the story of LIFE.
411 pages, 29 of 47 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled
Harvard Professor Jonathan Weber is finally enjoying a season of peace when a shocking discovery thrusts him into the national spotlight once again. While touring monasteries in Greece, Jon and his wife Shannon—a seasoned archaeologist—uncover an ancient biblical manuscript containing the lost ending of Mark and an additional book of the Bible. If proven authentic, the codex could forever change the way the world views the holy Word of God. As Jon and Shannon work to validate their find, it soon becomes clear that there are powerful forces who don’t want the codex to go public. When it’s stolen en route to America, Jon and Shannon are swept into a deadly race to find the manuscript and confirm its authenticity before it’s lost forever.
49 pages, 1 of 1 reviews are 4-star, Lending Enabled, Previously Free
Rev. Michael Bledsoe, PH.D., a pastor and professor for more than twenty years in Washington, D.C., shares candidly from the chapters of his vocation–from the tobacco fields in southern Indiana of his first pastorate to a corner in the nation’s capital, this is a novel of sorts, a pastorate viewed through the lens of literary characters, plot, subplots, themes and pensive resolution within the penumbra of The Holy. In forthright but poetic intensity, Pastor Bledsoe illuminates a life, his life, in service to the Church. This is no mega-church, celebrity pastor but a man in the trenches of the ordinary and mundane, ministering faithfully to a flock winding their way through this veil of tears. With him, we enter a ward in a hospital where a child left this world and hear his description: “…a child leaves the world like glacial mountains crumble into the sea. They take whole continents into the icy depths with them. There is a great shattering and the world splinters and collapses along the silent snow barrier between earth and sea. Words disappear.” We overhear his complaint about the Church, “It is enough to have to stand by the grave and proclaim God’s love; it is enough to stand alone by the side of a dear church member who has taken their last breath and utter a prayer and make the sign of the cross on his forehead; but to be lied about, misspoken about, gossiped about and sabotaged to boot, that is formula for a withering on the vine.” Candid, poetic, and insightful prose radiates in this novel of the pastorate.
Part biography, part confession, you will find the view through this window to be of genuine human interest.
48 pages,no reviews, Lending Enabled
4 interactive lessons based on the book of Colossians. Each lesson consists of 10 ready-to-use questions that save you time and get the group talking. Answers are provided in the form of quotes from well known authors such as Max Lucado, Beth Moore, Charles Swindoll and many many more.
Suitable for home groups as well as Adult Sunday School classes.
Josh Hunt is the author of You Can Double Your Class in Two Years or Less, Disciplemaking Teachers, Make Your Group Grow and many other books. He speaks extensively on topics related to Sunday School and small groups. He writes the popular Good Questions Have Groups Talking which is available on a subscription basis or in Kindle books.
90 pages, no reviews, Lending Enabled
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