In this grab bag we have 3 e-books on church ministry from Intervarsity Press. The prices and sale dates that the publisher has provided are under each ebook cover.
In this grab bag we have 3 fiction e-books from Thomas Nelson. The prices and sale dates that the publisher has provided are under each ebook cover.
“We’re all natural-born legalists,” says author Bob Christopher. “We try to live for God, but it’s impossible to do.”
Why? Because all our efforts and ideas are based on the same fear-based, guilt-driven plot line: Try harder. As you’ve undoubtedly noticed, it just doesn’t work.
Simple Gospel, Simply Grace showcases an alternative, which is actually God’s original plan: Everything you’re trying to achieve in the Christian life has already been given to you—from God, by grace, in Christ.
Do you struggle to receive what God has freely given? How can you begin to experience true freedom, assurance of your forgiveness, and victory over sin? How can the power that raised Jesus from the dead enable you to live and love the way He did?
You’ll discover the answers in this crystal-clear portrayal of the simple gospel—which is simply grace.
In this grab bag we have 23 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 4 romance e-books from Barbour Publishing. The prices and sale dates that the publisher has provided are under each ebook cover.
God’s Word directs people’s lives. Over a hundred bite-sized, thrilling, biographical sketches from a wide range of cultures, time, gifts and status show how God’s Word determined their story. Here we meet theologians, missionaries, hymn writers, athletes and others including James, the Lord’s brother, Augustine of Hippo, Martin Luther, William Tyndale, Jonathan Edwards, Fanny Crosby, Mary Slessor, C. S. Lewis and Helen Roseveare.
Bestselling author Lauraine Snelling shares a heartfelt story of a couple who put their plans for a peaceful retirement on hold to assume guardianship of their young grandchildren.
Mona and Ken Sorenson are approaching the best years of their lives. Mona’s greatest concern is that Ken will learn of the surprise party she’s planning for his retirement from his job as Dean of Students at Stone University. They’ve already been making plans to travel, spend limitless hours in the garden, and Ken is looking forward to working on his woodworking and fishing with his grandchildren. It’s what they deserve after years of careful planning.
But things begin to unravel when Ken learns that office politics are about to destroy his department. Can he really just leave, abandoning the work he spent a lifetime achieving? Mona is eager to build her event planning business with Ken’s help, but rather than supporting her, he expresses concern that the stress of the work will send her back into the depression she struggles with.
Then, just days before Ken’s last official day of work, their son, a Special Forces officer in the Army, learns he’s being immediately deployed on a six-month mission in Pakistan. Since his wife left him, the only people he trusts to care for his two young children are his parents. In an instant, everything Ken and Mona spent their lives planning changes, and they will need to find strength, both physical and mental, to become parents once more. This is not the second half they wanted, and when their son fails to contact them as planned, they struggle to trust that it is God’s plan, not theirs, that matters most.