In this grab bag we have 30 e-books from David C. Cook. The prices and sale dates that the publisher has provided are under each ebook cover.
In this grab bag we have 6 fiction e-books from HarperCollins Christian Publishing. The prices and sale dates that the publisher has provided are under each ebook cover.
Publisher: Faith Writes Publishing
Price: $0.99 (June 19-30)
What will happen when the bounty hunter and Pinkerton detective are forced together?
When bounty hunter, Nathaniel Hayes, accepts the assignment to bring in the Glenn-Ricketts gang and it’s leaders, the last thing he expects is to get tangled up with a feisty female detective.
Pinkerton detective, Adeline McCarty, wants to get justice for her father’s murder, but an obstinate bounty hunter gets in her way.
Are they willing to risk everything?
It’s easy to say we trust Christ for everything, but are we living that truth? We’ve been given clear instruction in a powerful promise for parents. God tells us in Deuteronomy to “teach our children diligently.” This passage and many others give us great insight as to how to do that and enjoy the promised blessing that always accompanies the mandates we are given.
Learn the practical view of discipleship parenting, what God expects from parents, and how to put these truths into action
See how parenting with the vision of teaching them diligently will intentionally bear fruit and affect change in your own life as well
Move beyond giving lip-service to what you believe, and make the conscious choice to rely on the wisdom of God’s holy instruction for your life and parenting.
So, why are we as Christian parents still uncertain? Why do we live in fear? Why are we losing our children in record numbers? What can we do about it?
In this grab bag we have 4 e-books from Barbour Publishing. The prices and sale dates that the publisher has provided are under each ebook cover.
God has everything waiting for you!
We start out with hearts brimming with hope and excitement. And that energy carries us for awhile, maybe even years. But one day we suddenly find ourselves like the man in the Good Samaritan story: half-dead, going through the dreaded motions hoping no one around us notices.
It’s not that we’ve stopped loving God, but it’s just that things have happened along the way that have caused us to settle for a small life, one defined primarily by activity for God. We look around and sigh: It wasn’t supposed to be this way.
Author Greg Hawkins knows that reality firsthand. He also knows there is something beyond that reality if we have the courage to step out and hope once more. Far from giving us simply more stuff to do, Greg shares the necessary and doable shifts in our thought and language that lead to true intimacy with God.
It wasn’t supposed to be this way.
We live in a world of duality, where the clashing of co-existent beauty and chaos robs humanity of its innate purpose. Perhaps as a coping mechanism, we also live in a world dictated by technological advance that, despite its manifold conveniences, yields unintended consequences such as alienation, detached purpose, and synthetic happiness. What if the way to recover our sense of meaning and ultimate transcendent truth was found organically, in the most pure and ethereal settings of the natural world? Theology from the Spring leads readers through a reformation of nature that rediscovers the beauty of creation, ultimately pointing to the majesty and revelation of its creator.
Theology from the Spring uses beautiful vistas gleaned from freshwater springs and fly fishing motifs that converge with rich theological applications. Fly fishing and freshwater springs are a tonic for the soul, each flowing forth with primal truths. Theology from the Spring takes its readers on a voyage that upon closer examination, awakens us to the living discourses of nature. Through vignettes of fresh water springs and fly fishing analogies, Theology from the Spring provides the reader with something we’ve lost: eyes for seeing latent, divine truths that make sense of the beauty and chaos we see within the created order.