256 pages, 35 of 38 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled
304 pages, 23 of 24 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled
Pastor Jerome Tyler “JT” Thomas is charismatic behind the pulpit, charming to all he comes in contact with, and lethal to those who linger too long. Since the age of twenty-two, when he prayed for God to keep him out of prison, JT knew he would preach the gospel. Bishop Turner makes it possible; but there are strings attached, and now JT isn’t sure he can stay tied down.
Cutting loose causes more problems than JT anticipated. When an old friend from his days on the streets resurfaces and his “extracurricular activity” comes knocking on his front door, JT’s life and the lives of those close to him spiral out of control. Now he will need divine intervention to make things right. But how much help can a man hope to receive when he feels he’s been forsaken by God?
266 pages, 20 of 22 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled
When Chris McCowan’s fiancée, 24-year-old Sarah Eason, is killed during a bizarre robbery near Austin, Texas, an unlikely trio teams up to find those responsible for her death. The trio, Chris, a 31-year-old computer science professor, Percy “Tex” Thompson, a 40-year-old wheelchair bound ex-con student of Chris’, and 65-year-old head librarian Liz Siedo, pool their talents to find the criminals after local law enforcement agencies have given up.
Chris wants an eye for an eye even if it means giving up God and the church where he and Sarah were to be married. He sets out to learn the tricks of the trade from his ex-con student, all while continuing to teach and coming to terms with his grief. Angela, who claims to be an FBI agent, joins the Vengeance Squad to help the three find the killers.
Sidney W. Frost is a former computer science professor, ex-marine, and author of Where Love Once Lived, a prize winning inspirational novel.
264 pages, 3 of 3 reviews are 5-star, Lending Enabled
Laina Strickland is exceedingly exasperated because her husband, Dan, influenced her to abandon her New York City career and jointly purchase a Victorian Cape May bed and breakfast. In the blink of an eye, Dan develops his job description into one related solely to playing golf with their guests, leaving Laina frazzled and overwhelmed with the responsibility of operating their business essentially alone.
From New York City to Cape May, New Jersey and extending to Las Vegas, Laina’s story evolves into far greater challenges than this ultra-conservative woman of faith has ever imagined. Can Laina gracefully tap dance around the advances of her Las Vegas cousin’s shameless, womanizing boss even when their lives are in danger?
Discovering that attempting to walk through life on the narrow road does not exempt us from being exposed to a variety of trying situations, Laina must quickly decide how to survive–both physically and spiritually. Will her marriage to Dan survive, or are they traveling on separate and distant roads?
Curl up with Eyelash for a touch of humor, a bit of mystery, and a sprinkling of inspiration. You will be guided through fascinating family relationships and beyond!
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EXPERINCING A LIFE OF SIGNS, WONDERS AND MIRACLES THROUGH THE POWER OF THE HOLY SPIRIT. This book explains the Baptism of the Holy Spirit and the workings of the Spirit in spiritual gifts to work signs wonders and miracles. It covers the nine spiritual gifts including speaking in tongues, miracles of healings and teaches how these things are for today. It shares some of Keith Barrs personal experiences starting from when he was a little boy first witnessing these things and then later when he grew up saw God use him in workings of miracles. Learn how to experience a life full of signs, wonders and miracles, through the power of the Holy Ghost. Mat_3:11 I indeed baptize you with water unto repentance: but he that cometh after me is mightier than I, whose shoes I am not worthy to bear: he shall baptize you with the Holy Ghost, and with fire: John the Baptist Since the Azusa outpouring in 1906 when the church realized that the Baptism of the Holy Ghost with the evidence of speaking in tongues is for the church today it has spread around the world. They were called Pentecostals because they believed the word of God teaches that what happened at Pentecost was for us today. Today there are more than 600 million Pentecostals world wide. From his days as a 6ix year old boy Keith Barr shares with you some of his many experiences where he witnessed the power of God as multitudes experienced the Pentecostal Power that made people shout, dance, speak in tongues and receive many miracles by the power of God. Read about the Scientific Studies have been done that prove this phenomenon is real. Learn about the Holy Spirit and His baptism; how to receive it and have signs, wonders and miracles operating in your life. It’s tangible and real. Learn how to receive this gift and you will understand why many say after receiving this wonderful and fulfilling experience that its one of greatest days of their lives when they receive the joy unspeakable and full of glory.
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This book gives summaries of revival pioneers through history into the 21st Century with chapters on
Revival Fire and Community Transformation by Geoff Waugh,
Jesus by Jessica Harrison,
Smith Wigglesworth, by Melanie Malengret,
John G Lake by Liz Godshalk,
Aimee Semple McPherson by Geoff Thurling,
T L Osborn by Grant Lea,
David Yonggi Cho by Peter Allen and
Christian Outreach Centre in Brisbane, Australia, by Anne Taylor and John Thorburn.
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“Renewal and Revival” contains Geoff Waugh’s articles from the Renewal Journals in one volume, compiled from the two books “Renewal” and “Revival” now in two parts in this one book:
Part 1: Renewal
1 Renewal Ministry
2 Revival Worship
3 New Wineskins
4 Vision for Ministry
5 Community Transformation
6 Astounding Church Growth
Part 2: Revival
1. Revivals to 1900
2. 20th Century Revivals
3. 1990s – Decade of Revivals
4. 21st Century Revivals
Also by the same author Great Revival Stories is free today.
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The gospel of Jesus Christ is filled with paradoxes. Many of God’s directions appear to be contrary to logic and reason. On the surface they appear to have the opposite effect of the promised result. This book explores twelve of these gospel paradoxes with powerful scriptures and stories from the lives of faith-filled Christians. In these paradoxically statements are profound truth that lead and guide us to a life of happiness and fulfillment and ultimately eternal life with Christ.
•The Paradox of Faith contains insight on faith from the Apostle Peter’s experience walking on water with Jesus.
•From The Paradox of Performance you will learn why the first shall be last; and the last shall be first.
•In The Paradox of Leadership you will read inspiring stories of servant leadership from the life of Jesus Christ, Abraham Lincoln, and the Founding Fathers.
•The Paradox of Wisdom contains three lessons learned from Balaam’s talking donkey found in the book of numbers.
•The Paradox of Receiving contains insights on prayer and receiving gifts from God.
•The Paradox of Pain answers the question of why bad things happen to good people.
•The Paradox of Forgiveness contains great stories from the life of Leonardo Da Vinci and others on the power of forgiveness.
•The Paradox of Wealth teaches principles every parent must know to raise productive, self-sufficient children and grandchildren.
•The Paradox of Giving shows how giving actually makes you richer.
•The Paradox of Fundamentals teaches how to apply in your life the formula legendary coach John Wooden used to create 10 national championship teams in 12 years.
220 pages, 1 of 1 reviews are 4-star, Lending Enabled
Set in the mid 1800′s when Americans were heading west.
Seven-year-old Chelsea Marie isn’t happy about the fact that her family is getting ready to move all the way across the country. Why does she have to start all over again, making new Friends? When Grand Doll shares the story of Katie Sue – a young relative who traveled by wagon train with her family from Tennessee to Texas in 1850 – Chelsea learns that she can truly trust the Lord with all of the changes in her life, even the really big ones.
92 pages, 4 of 4 reviews are 4-star, Lending Enabled, Previously Free
You do not know a person until you know their story. We each have a story and it is filled with both factual details and personal details. I believe the amount we are willing to reveal to another is in direct proportion to the amount they are able to love us. You cannot love what you do not know.
When a group of people get together, one of the quickest and easiest ways to get to know one another is through the use of questions that prompt us to tell our story. That is the purpose of this book. The material is divided into three sections. New small groups might want to start near the front of the book with questions that are easier to answer.
Getting to Know You is a series of factual questions that will allow you to know someone at a surface level.
Getting to Know What You Think questions are a bit deeper and allow you to begin to know a person’s experiences as well as their thoughts on various subjects.
Getting to Know What You Feel are a series of questions that often require a bit more of thought before answering.
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