New Hope Publishers has discounted a number of kindle books down to $2.99. Their are both Fiction and Non-Fiction Titles. There are way too many to list here, but there are a number of different topics, Prayer, Coaching,
Here is the complete list. (A couple of other books that got mixed into the list, but they are pretty obvious.)
320 pages, 21 of 21 reviews are 4 or 5-star
Will God protect and keep them safe in the midst of persecution?Farah lives in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, with her family, and wants nothing more than to develop a deeper devotion to her Muslim faith. She sees the month of Ramadan as her chance to draw nearer to Allah, and pursues that goal. All goes well until the prophet Isa—Jesus—appears to her in a dream and calls her to Himself. Her brother, Kareem, who has never liked her, seeks to discredit her.Farah’s cousin, an only child, frequents an online chat. She discovers former Muslims discussing their new belief that Isa is much more than a Muslim prophet—He is actually the Son of God. She becomes acquainted with an American girl of Muslim ancestry—now a devout Christian—Sara. Sara has problems of her own due to her brother Emir’s suspicious behavior.Each finds their faith put to the test. Will they be true to their beliefs? Will God protect them, or will they pay the ultimate price for their faith?
209 pages, 9 of 9 reviews are 4 or 5-star
Through concrete detail, current statistics, and qualitative insights from more than 25 years living among and ministering globally to youth mired in tough and dangerous street life, Ron Ruthruff provides a tried model for serving not only troubled youth but others as well. Ruthruff tells stirring, biblically relevant stories of the real young people whom he and his family have loved and served—and what these kids have taught him in return about truly Christ-centered ministry. These stirring stories compel us to reach the least, the last, and the lost, and to appreciate what they can teach us as well. Readers will hear the voice of Job from the hospital bed of a heroin addict, read the story of the demoniac in Mark 5 from the perspective of an “untouchable” in an orphanage in Bombay, India, and discover that the children who sit on our city streets around the world are not just a problem to be solved, but have the potential to become some of our greatest teachers in both their depravity and their dependence on God.
258 pages, 12 of 15 reviews are 5-star
208 pages, 12 of 13 reviews are 5-star
Born to Be Wild is a delightful story-driven invitation to hop onto your “inner Harley” and live life as an adventure instead of a dreaded succession of midlife responsibilities and losses. Jill Baughan uses bite-size chapters that include wonder-filled stories, humor, and relevant Scripture to take us on such an adventure. The chapters are organized chronologically according to the stages of life, with stories that relate to childhood, adolescence, young adulthood, midlife, and old age. Baughan emphasizes that great joy and deep sorrow can walk hand in hand in a life in which an intimate relationship with God is the first priority. Each chapter has “takeaways,” making this book suitable for use as a focus book for a weekend retreat or a five-week group study.
192 pages, 5 of 5 reviews are 4 or 5-star
Somewhere along the way, this woman of noble character—wholesome, God-fearing, lovable, kind, giving, and serving—lost her respect. You’ve seen her. You may even be her—the godly and beautiful woman who, in spite of herself, has resembled her complete opposite twin, evil and ugly, a time or two in her life. And wouldn’t you know it? That was the exact moment someone snapped a picture and recorded it on the hard drive of her mind, filed it under Stereotypes, and titled it Church Lady. It’s time for a do-over, a truce, a meeting of the sisters. Delete the hard drive, wipe out the negative stereotype, and shine up her tarnished reputation. Join Chandra Peele and reclaim the honor and humility that is the Church Lady.
224 pages, 5 of 5 reviews are 5-star
Do you ever doubt your ability, lack courage, or feel undervalued, overlooked, or limited in what you can do? Change your outlook by connecting with the Bible’s wonder women.
225 pages, 6 of 6 reviews are 5-star
Women instinctively seek security. They want to feel loved and protected by someone who cares for them. For many women, their earthly fathers failed miserably in this role. In Embraced by the Father, Susanne Scheppmann explains how God invites every woman to dance with Him as a daughter might stand on tiptoe on her daddy’s feet to high step across the room. Whether married, widowed, divorced or single, God still desires for you to dance through life in His everlasting arms. Through the metaphor of dance, women will recognize the grace, strength and security available to them through the names of God.
320 pages, 5 of 5 reviews are 4 or 5-star
Business as mission (BAM), an emerging concept and developing ministry, has drawn fascination in missions and business circles. BAM embodies the practice of using business strategically accomplishing missional purposes. Though the term is ubiquitous in mission circles, there is disparity between its meaning. There has been much theoretical discussion about BAM but far less research accomplished on how it happens out in reality. The Missional Entrepreneur takes an in-depth look at business as missions in action with an eye to expose the most effective principles and practices of this movement.
192 pages, 2 of 2 reviews are 5-star
With some basic training in intercessory prayer, you can learn to pray the way God intended—with eternal impact. If you would you like to hear God’s voice and know that He hears yours, begin to understand biblical principles outlined in Prayer 101. Learn to apply this knowledge to your personal and church prayer life through the variety of prayer opportunities available to intercessors today. For church leaders who recognize that members are often intimidated by the commitment to intercessory prayer, Prayer 101 is an invaluable training resource. Aspiring intercessors can be equipped to serve in a variety of prayer opportunities throughout the church.Timid no longer. Be transformed into an enthusiastic, praying Christian who unlocks the power to make a difference in this world. Be equipped to pray in private or in public.
192 pages, no reviews
Ed Stetzer and Philip Nation are executive editor and general editor of The Mission of God Study Bible. This book is a companion to that study. Understand what it means to be compelled by love. The authors challenge readers to look at love within the context of God, the church, and the lives of individual believers. Compelled provides readers a basic theological grounding and a platform for personal application as they understand that missional living is all about simply the calling to love others. Look at the love of God; begin to truly understand what is at the center of the church’s foundation, commission, and direction; but most importantly, understand your role within the mission of God as you integrate love into all aspects of your missional calling.
192 pages, 10 of 10 reviews are 5-star
Orphanology unveils the grassroots movement that’s engaged in a comprehensive response to serve hundreds of millions of orphans and “functionally parentless” children.You’ll see a breadth of ways to care with biblical perspective and reasons why we must. Heartwarming, personal stories and vivid illustrations from a growing network of families, churches, and organizations that cross culture show how to respond to God’s mandate. The book empowers:- churches—to plan preaching, teaching, ministering, missions, funding adoption, supporting orphans;- individuals and families—to overcome challenges and uncertainties;- every believer—to gain insights to help orphans in numerous ways. Discover how to – adopt;- assist orphans in transition;- engage in foster care;- partner with faith-based fostering agencies;- become orphan hosts.Along with their families’ adoption stories, Merida and Morton give steps for action and features on churches doing orphan ministry, faith-based children’s homes, orphan-hosting groups, and other resources.
I have not read any of these books, so they may not be any good. Some of the books from previous Free Book posts are still available for free. If you want to see all free books as they come out you should follow Books on the Knob on their RSS or Twitter Feed. Or Ireaderreview or the many free book threads on Amazon’s Message Boards.
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