214 pages, 27 of 28 reviews are 5-star, Lending Enabled
The test of our lifetime is not graded on our production but on our willingness to agree that the leadership of Jesus is perfect.
Have you even been given every tool for success and managed to fail anyway?
How do you react when you’re doing the very thing you were wired to do and all the wires get crossed?
Jesus Killed My Church is the story of a church planter who had every reason to succeed, yet God had another idea. Or another definition of success.
493 pages, 19 of 21 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled
The only way to survive is to kill the ones you love.
Having barely escaped the siege of Adriel with his life, Luik is carried north to the realm of Tontha in an effort to weather Morgui’s all-out assault on Dionia. Here he sorts through the trauma of the recent past and attempts to piece together the whereabouts of his scattered Dibor, as well as his friends Fane, Hadrian, and Princess Anorra.
When work begins on fortifying Mt. Dakka, Luik returns to the wreckage of Adriel and uncovers far more than he had anticipated. Events unfold quickly, and his path is plagued by mysterious encounters with the taken, and haunted by the increasing effects of evil upon Creation.
However the growing darkness also gives rise to the forces of good, including rumors of the mythical Knights of the Lion. Summoned by the suffering of his countrymen, Luik risks everything in search of the fabled City of Ot, and his men embark on perilous missions to rescue the far corners of Dionia.
But on the battlefield each faction of Luik’s devout Dibor comes face to face with the greatest opposition of all. Evil, now matured into its most perverted form, pits mankind against itself: father against son, brother against brother. To hesitate means death; to strike means killing those they’ve sworn to protect.
302 pages, 13 of 17 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled
Three tribes are at war on the planet Gan, unaware that the sign of Christ’s birth on an unknown world – Earth – is about to appear in the heavens. During a bloody skirmish with Gideonite troops, Jonathan of Daniel spares Pekah, a young enemy soldier, gaining his trust forever. These two distant brothers from estranged tribes covenant with each other to end the war being waged by a self-proclaimed emperor, and soon discover the intentions of a far more dangerous foe named Rezon – a sinister general bent on ruling those he can bring into subjection and destroying all others. In the end, Pekah’s selfless bravery is the means by which all the tribes are united. But there are dissenters, and Rezon escapes a well-deserved fate. When the promised heavenly signs appear, will there be peace at last, or will the malefactors once again threaten the safety of them all?
414 pages, 6 of 6 reviews are 5-star, Lending Enabled
In 1775, Sarah Himmel, reared parentless in the Moravian Christian community of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, marries a stranger to accompany him as a missionary to the Indians of the Ohio wilderness. On the banks of the Elk’s Eye, Wind Maiden dreams of a man but marries a boy. Despite the two women’s differences, friendship grows. Against the backdrop of the Revolutionary War, through joy and misery, birth and death, they sustain one another until strength triumphs over weakness and life reigns over death.
DANCING THROUGH FIRE is a carefully researched account of the events from 1775 to 1782 which culminated in the massacre of more than 90 Christian Indians at Gnadenhutten in eastern Ohio. All historic events are actual, and all secondary characters are real.
Although fictional, the novel’s main characters are accurate depictions of Indians and Moravian missionaries of the Revolutionary War period.
78 pages, 1 of 1 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled
Why has all of this happened? Why did God let it? To deprive me of my pride. To break me. To finally make a real man out of me, a man who will have love for other people. For the human heart is deep and – who can understand its depths? It seemed to me that I already know everything about myself and have solid ground under my feet, for I have served so many people! And the service was not ineffective, and was not in vain…
Previously Free, and Free Again
A Texan’s Promis by Shelley Gray – Western Romance
337 pages, 33 of 38 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled
Blame it on the Mistletoe by Joyce Magnin - Contemporary Fiction/Humor
368 pages, 7 of 7 reviews are 5-star, Lending Enabled
Not Christian, but a critique of Christianity
336 pages, 5 of 5 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled
The debates to disentangle the mystery of religion will most likely rage until eternity… It’s undoubtedly true that the iron grip of organized religion has bred extreme delusion of terrible nature for majority of the human race to be contented with not understanding the world they live in. This 368 page book critically re-examines theology and the disturbing trend to which dogmatic religions have dangerously malformed in the new social order of our modern civilization. The Crisis of Religion is a comprehensive polygraph test – a thorough lie detection analysis of cognitive errors of the fundamental theologies that bind humanity to religious beliefs.
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