257 pages, 17 of 17 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled
157 pages, 14 of 16 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Previously Free
Almost everyone has found themselves in a situation where they don’t know if they should bite their tongue or speak their mind. When is silence golden and when is it better to speak up?
When to Speak Up and When to Shut Up offers practical guidelines for people who want to improve their communication skills. It will help readers explore the cost and purpose of silence, how to ask good questions, how to overcome pressure to remain silent, and more. Using biblical and contemporary examples, this book shares important strategies for discerning God’s direction, acting on his word, and building better communication within your workplace, church, and home.
133 pages, 4 of 4 reviews are 5-star, Lending Enabled, Young Adult
Just one thing keeps Bucky Stone from being the most popular guy at Hampton Beach High. He excels in sports – hoops and baseball both. He’s tall, well-built, drop-dead hot-looking, with a cute girlfriend and straight A’s. He likes to tease and has a great sense of humor.
The one challenge? Bucky is a new born-again Christian, trying to live for Jesus on a very secular high school campus. He’s got his eye on Lisa, who doesn’t know a thing about his “rules of the road” for following Jesus. He’d like to get into JV baseball, a rough-and-tumble atmosphere for sure. And his enthusiasm for the kingdom of God has fellow students and teachers saying: “What is it with that guy, anyway?”
242 pages, 2 of 2 reviews are 5-star, Lending Enabled
Upon her mother’s death, twenty-year-old Amelia Jackson must go live with an aunt she didn’t know existed, who owns a saloon in the raucous lumber town of Glory Gulch, Colorado. Amelia, a Christian who is blind, faces the prospect of living in a saloon with doubt and trepidation, and must rely on all her faith to make the new arrangement work.
As her time in Glory Gulch stretches on, old family secrets surface, and Amelia and her aunt are forced to become the family they always were but never knew.
When two lumber men vie for her attentions, her young, inexperienced heart is frayed, and she must rely on her aunt’s advice to try to make sense of it all. As Amelia faces danger, betrayal, and accusations, the only thing she can do is remain strong in her faith in God and trust him to work everything out. Can relationships be healed, hurts forgiven, and anger controlled because of the unwavering beliefs of one Christian refusing to yield under pressure? Or does this rough place get the better of Amelia and send her packing back to an empty life in which she no longer fits? Could she possibly find love the most unlikely place—a saloon?
208 pages, 1 of 1 reviews are 5-star
Lily Bridgewater has always been just a hair on the wrong side of acceptable. Living in the small, southern town of Manhattan, Georgia, hasn’t helped things, either. But Lily, an interior designer and bargain shopper extraordinaire, is bent on improving her lot in life. When the opportunity arises to bid on the renovation of the city’s Arts Center, she finds herself in the unenviable position of working with the city’s notoriously autocratic mayor, A.C. Anderson.
With his booming voice and relentless work ethic, A.C. is a force to be reckoned with…and a man who has never imagined that a pair of leopard-print T-strap pumps…or the pint-sized woman wearing them with such adorable grace…would bowl him over.
When the two begin to tangle in a series of newspaper editorials, it is clearly more than a battle of the sexes. The question is: Who will survive?
103 pages, 3 of 3 reviews are 5-star, Lending Enabled
It’s race day. An expectant hush falls over the crowd. Cameras pan down pit road as a lone voice prays, then someone sings the National Anthem. When the command rings out, the thunderous roar of engines makes your heart pound. Whether you’re trackside or watching from your sofa, it’s time to go racing!
In Race Fans’ Devotions to Go, author Beth Bence Reinke shares observations about drivers and racing as well as stories about her experiences at the track. Each of the 31 devotions illustrates the similarities between motorsports and life and ends with a “pit stop” – an idea to make your life more fulfilling.
Race Fans’ Devotions to Go is part of the Women’s Devotions to Go series. Devotions to Go offers month-long devotions on a variety of topics.
Beth Bence Reinke is the mom of two sons and a registered dietitian who writes about food, health and nutrition. She is also the author of Fruit Lovers’ Devotions to Go and several children’s books. Beth loves racing and is a two-time champion of her fantasy NASCAR league.
205 pages, no reviews, Lending Enabled
Told from the perspective of Cheryl, the oldest of seven siblings, there are glimpses into the heart and soul of each of the other children as they experienced unimaginable abuse and pain throughout their childhoods.
This book is a message of hope and unexpected joys as you experience the journey with Cheryl as she discovers the road to freedom through the power of forgiveness. Cheryl learned to forgive her abusers and her past, and it opened up opportunities for her life to change. Her story has powerfully impacted thousands of other hurting people all over the world.
112 pages, no reviews, Lending Enabled
Full colour edition: Journal of our family’s visit to Israel in December and January, 1981-1982, with friends from Brisbane, Australia. A devotional reflection on our discoveries with colour photographs on each double page..
112 pages, no reviews, Lending Enabled, Previously Free
I was surprised by my own voice; it was trembling. There was a clear silence, absorbing what I had to say that evening… I tried to tell the truth about my rebirth, to give my testimony about the gift of all gifts.
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