127 pages, 12 of 15 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled
What do you do when you’re weeks away from marrying the man you love and your engagement falls apart before your eyes? How do you pick up your life after a devastating break up and begin to heal? Andrea Hatfield is a young woman who finds her world spinning when she opens the door one evening to a visitor who turns her world upside down.
Seth Anderson is a new associate pastor settling into his role at Life Family Church. Intent on following God’s plan for his life, he finds himself caught between helping an old friend try to win back his fiancée or pursue her himself.
Can Andrea move beyond the loss of her dream and trust that God’s dream for her might be better? And when she gets a glimpse of His dream, can she let go of her past regrets and truly live a forgiven life? How will Seth reconcile his growing feelings for a hurting church member and give counsel to his old friend?
No matter how broken or impossible things seem, God is continually writing our love story and is always working to give us our true heart’s desires for our good and for His glory.
273 pages, 15 of 19 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled, Previously Free
What should you believe?
You’ve heard stories of near-death experiences. Your grandmother longs to “be with Jesus.” A friend is sure angels intervened to prevent a tragic accident. A woman at work wonders if her house is haunted. The Bible includes accounts of people raised from the dead.
Exploring these and similar topics, Heaven and the Afterlife helps you sort out what is fiction and what is fact in everything you hear about the afterlife. If you’re looking for a candid, trustworthy examination of the world beyond this life, bestselling author Jim Garlow provides honest answers based on years of biblical study and firsthand experience as a teacher and pastor.
The afterlife is real, but not everything you hear about it is. Get the answers you need to decide for yourself.
96 pages, 3 of 3 reviews are 5-star, Lending Enabled
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.
256 pages, 4 of 5 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled
When career-focused Amanda McCree discovers that her controlling Great Aunt, as a last request, has especially asked that Amanda carry her Aunt’s remains to Cape Town, Amanda is furious. The last thing she wants is to be forced to visit her parents there, after so many years of bitterness over their rejection. To Top it all, she finds herself stranded at her stopover in Bulawayo due to fuel shortages! But through the love of a famils that takes her into their game reserve home, the economic crisis of Zimbabwe , and a man who daily lives with his own guilt and heartbreak, Amanda realises that God is more interested in her than she had ever thought. In the heart of the African bust, as she is let into the hurting world of the handsome Caleb Jacobs and his family, Amanda is forced to face her own family divisions and to depend upon the God she thought had failed her.
129 pages, 1 of 1 reviews are 5-star, Lending Enabled
At the heart of one of the most well known (even clichéd) stories of all time lies a subtle and life changing truth. God used a stone in the hand of a boy. That God used a stone means He can use us too.
If we have to be honest we are losing to life. Sure, we pretend that things are fine, but we know there is more. The lack of life in so many churches confirms this unspoken truth. To make matters worse, we are in bound by the giants that surround us. While we sing songs of victory on Sunday, Monday brings bondage.
The story of David is the story of each of us. For too long church as we know it has created a structure that undermines our identity in God. We have abdicated who we are as priests of the living God and have often forfeited a victorious life. As we learn what made David different, we too will be made different. We’ll become a stone in the hand of a victorious God.
256 pages, 3 of 3 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled
Blue Freedom is funny, wild, and sometimes woolly, but always entertaining! Bella Whitman is a freelance health and fitness writer with a tragic history. When she is offered a dream opportunity to undertake a writing assignment which will take her on a journey across the South Pacific islands, she grabs it, despite her misgivings about the arrogant but handsome editor in charge of the magazine, Ethan Gray – and Jay Hinkley, the contract photographer Ethan has hired to travel with her. Despite a rocky start, Bella finds herself being drawn to Jay as they work and travel through the islands. But can this relationship develop into more than a friendship, when he already has a woman in his life? And with a dangerous hitman trailing their every move, can Bella and Jay finish their assignment – despite the shadowy motives of their employer Ethan – and survive a deadly rendezvous with a Thai drug consortium in a nail-biting climax? Through this fast-paced adventure, Bella is able to find healing from past pain and discover emotional and spiritual freedom.
256 pages, 2 of 2 reviews are 5-star, Lending Enabled
Embracing Change is an inspirational story of personal challenge. When Sarah Johnson’s fiancé is killed by a hijacker in South Africa, Sarah carries out his wish to continue with their plan and moves to New Zealand, taking his ashes to scatter there. In her grief she hasn’t counted on her gradual healing coming from two unexpected sources: Jesus Christ, and His new plan for her: Joel Baxter. But will Joel’s old flame, Mandy, succeed in destroying Sarah’s fragile progress in both her spiritual and earthly paths? And will she ever break free of the oppressive power still held over her by the hijacker who murdered her fiancé and attacked her, too? It takes a journey halfway back across the world for Sarah to face her demons, and finally forgive.
81 pages, no reviews, Lending Enabled
“Walking the Walk: A FaithFashionista Guide to Godly Friendship” is a six-week Bible study which focuses on building mutually satisfying friendships based on Biblical truths.
The lessons are designed around the lives of six women found in the Bible: Rahab, Orpah, Esther, Deborah, Hannah, and Tabitha. Taken in part, these women each have amazing life stories; however, when seen as a whole, they showcase the entire spiritual journey that Christian women take on the road to salvation and service. Their stories are a transformation from reviled sinner to beloved, devoted servant of Christ.
Over the course of the study, as you take the stories of these women into your hearts and minds, it is the author’s hope that you will find aspects of their lives which parallel your own…that through the stories, as recorded in the divine Word of God, you can uncover a better way to live. This study will help you be a better friend and take you down a path of spiritual growth. It is a “walk in the shoes” of some amazing women and will influence your personal walk with Christ and overflow into the lives of your family and friends. So…go ahead and take that walk!
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