244 pages, 12 of 17 reviews are 4 or 5-star
Michelle Aguilar’s inspiring story goes beyond her grand-prize victory on the immensely popular The Biggest Loser. Becoming Fearless is about having faith in God when you’ve lost faith in yourself. It is an encouragement to “feel the fear” in any obstacle in life without being paralyzed by it. Finally, it is a story about reconciliation between Michelle and her mother, an exploration of the difficult and freeing work of forgiveness, and a reminder that what you learn on the journey is even more important than the destination.
184 pages, 14 of 14 reviews are 5-star
Christianity is messy. Unanswered prayers. Painful choices. Unresolved regrets. But there is good news: God works in the mess. He gets a kick out of these disturbing, disorderly moments because in these moments, we learn to trust Him. What if we all trusted Jesus? How would the world look different? How would we look different?
Both annoyingly honest and refreshingly humorous, Messy reassures Christians that God can reveal Himself in their clutter. Author and pastor A.J. Swoboda offers biblical insight and vivid, personal stories to redefine faith from something that must be perfect to something that is imperfect, but can still give beauty, meaning, and purpose to a messy life. As entertaining as it is challenging, this book teaches Christians what it means to trust in each other, in grace, in hope, and in a Savior who defied the rules of death. Here’s to finding joy in your chaos!
Christian Fiction That Has Been Free Previously, And is Free Again
A Simple Amish Christmas by Vannetta Chapman (Amish Fiction)
290 pages, 100 of 119 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled, Previously Free
The Pastor’s Wife by Jennifer Allee (Contemporary Drama)
226 pages, 58 of 75 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled, Previously Free
Saving Hope: Men of the Texas Rangers by Margaret Daley (Romantic Suspense)
336 pages, 25 of 25 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled
The Call of Zulina by Kay Marshall Strom (Historical Fiction)
305 pages, 23 of 27 reviews are 4 or 5-star, Lending Enabled
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