In this grab bag we have 7 e-books from Thomas Nelson on Football Season. The prices and sale dates that the publisher has provided are under each book cover.
In this grab bag we have 4 e-books from Crossway on Disability/Ageing. The prices and sale dates that the publisher has provided are under each book cover.
In this grab bag we have 6 e-books from Baker Publishing. The prices and sale dates that the publisher has provided are under each book cover.
Discover the Truth
There are many kinds of “smart” and many kinds of “wise.”
The Upper Zoo tells a story of a twelve year old Jewish boy in the 1960s who is impacted by the life and love of an autistic child with a firm commitment to Jesus. After being placed in a class for under-achievers, Jonathan finds his life changed forever. The book takes an unusual approach, revealing a world of dysfunctional pain and spiritual triumph through the eyes of a twelve-year old boy. Through surprising twists and turns, Jonathan uncovers secrets that will drastically affect his life and the lives of those closest to him.
No one who reads The Upper Zoo will be able to put it down—it is an inspirational and poignant novel.
Have you felt the heartbreak of modern relationships? Have you watched marriages fall apart? Have you wondered if there is any hope? Christian young people usually understand the ideal destination in a relationship, but they have no idea how to get there. This book paves the road and breaths life into a God-honoring relationship, by offering a romantic biblical alternative to dating. NOT another sermon, a formula, or simply a story, Leave Dating Behind is written by someone young who has been there. Christina Rogers chose to reevaluate modern relationships and implemented a biblical philosophy within her own courtship. Despite unbelievable struggles, including her parent’s divorce, Christina and her husband Sheldon shared their first kiss on their wedding day, and demonstrate inspiring proof that God’s way works. Leave Dating Behind, describes the flaws of typical dating, tackles courting misconceptions, and presents the four necessary principles of a godly relationship. These principles, Commitment, Accountability, Rejection of the world’s dating philosophy and Establishing physical boundaries (CARE) can easily be incorporated into all relationships. Readers will be encouraged through this application-based view of courtship that no matter their background or personal situation, following God’s road is the only answer to decades of heartbreak and regrets.
Water turns to blood. Flies and gnats attack the innocent. Marc and Gillian Thayer’s vacation resort becomes a grisly murder scene, with a killer using the ten plagues of Egypt as his playbook for revenge.
When their friend turns up dead, Marc and Gillian put their vacation on hold, enlist the help of a retired homicide detective, and take a closer look at the bizarre plagues as they escalate in intensity. Meanwhile, a stranger is after the Thayers’ newly adopted baby. Will they uncover the truth behind the bitter agenda before the tenth plague, the death of the firstborn son?
Nearly everything we do in life is the result of our habits. The good ones bring peace, joy and power into our lives, and the bad ones steal our peace and joy and prevent our success.
In this book, Joyce Meyer explains how to develop good habits–the things you really want to do–and break the bad ones, putting an end to frustration, discouragement and stress that drains your energy.
The most important habit comes first: the God habit. Next comes a willingness to work for the results you want. Joyce reminds us that, “if we don’t pay the price for freedom, we will end up paying the price for bondage”. Next comes the power of our words. Our words and the thoughts that propel them have tremendous power over our actions, and repeated actions are the basis of our habits.
There are eleven more habits that Joyce discusses in depth, including the habits of happiness, faith, excellence, responsibility, generosity, discipline, decisiveness and confidence.
“Choose one area and begin,” she urges. “Don’t feel overwhelmed by all the changes that are needed. One thing at a time, one day at a time is the best plan. Celebrate every day of success, and when you make mistakes, shake off the disappointment and keep going forward.”
You can transform your life, one habit at a time.