Publisher: Kregel Publications
Price: $2.99 (Jan 14-15)
Former Muslim Abdu H. Murray urges Christians to focus less on prophecy and more on spreading God’s love in the Middle East.
In this grab bag we have 3 e-books from Waterbroook Multnomah. The prices and sale dates that the publisher has provided are under each ebook cover.
Are you anxious, worn out, and weary?
We live in an anxious world. It is common to have anxious moments. Some of us have anxious lives. We are to be anxious for nothing, Philippians 4:6, yet most of us are anxious for something. What are you anxious for? Perhaps your job, your family, or your health? Maybe you don’t even know why you are anxious, you just know you are. God wants you to live a blessed life, not a stressed life.
How can you be less anxious?
You may have tried medication, diet, and exercise. You may have a fidget spinner or cuddle therapy dog. Don’t neglect your soul in your pursuit to be less anxious. We are often anxious because our souls are restless. Panic to Peace targets your soul, pointing you to Jesus, the Prince of Peace.
Panic to Peace, formerly Truths for the Anxious Christian, provides 31 biblical solutions to anxiety. It follows the fictional character Anxious Arnie in his quest to be less anxious. The 31 solutions, written in a devotional format, can be read: One per day for a month, several at a time, or all in one sitting.
Here are some of the sources of anxiety given:
The Rat Race of Life
Carrying a Heavy Load
Having a Bad Day
Here are some of the solutions to anxiety given:
Live one Day at a Time
Focus on the Master, not the master closet
Encounter God 70,000 times
Have breakfast with Jesus
Give God your backpack
Don’t Doubt, Shout
Learn the Lesson of Contentment
This book will help you
Understand spiritual aspects of anxiety
Improve your mindset and attitude
Spend quality time with God
Find hope for the daily struggles of life
Have more peace
Be less stressed
Jason is not just writing from the perspective of a pastor, who has helped others in their anxious moments. He has experienced it himself, living a joyful, yet frantic life as a husband, father to three children, and a pastor.
Olympic dreams on the line.
A beloved son’s lost future.
Long-buried secrets uncovered.
A broken heart and empty arms.
In this moving, masterful saga from best-selling novelist Christina Suzann Nelson, four women’s lives collide. Their tangled courses and attempts to find grace in the midst of crisis combine in one heartfelt story showing the many faces of motherly love.
“The story of these women touched the deep places in my heart. The threads of God’s grace are evident in this story, weaving together women of strength and devotion who, above all, need the gift of grace. An exceptional read and one that will live with me long after I close the book.”
–Jaime Jo Wright, best-selling author of The House on Foster Hill and The Reckoning at Gossamer Pond
In this grab bag we have 3 e-books from HarperCollins Christian Publishing on self-improvement. The prices and sale dates that the publisher has provided are under each ebook cover.
Miss Eleanor Sheffield is a talented evaluator of antiquities, trained to know the difference between a genuine artifact and a fraud. But with her father’s passing and her uncle’s decline into dementia, the family business is at risk. In the Victorian era, unmarried Eleanor cannot run Sheffield Brothers alone.
The death of a longtime client, Baron Lydney, offers an unexpected complication when Eleanor is appointed the temporary trustee of the baron’s legendary collection. She must choose whether to donate the priceless treasures to a museum or allow them to pass to the baron’s only living son, Harry—the man who broke Eleanor’s heart.
Eleanor distrusts the baron’s motives and her own ability to be unbiased regarding Harry’s future. Harry claims to still love her and Eleanor yearns to believe him, but his mysterious comments and actions fuel her doubts. When she learns an Italian beauty accompanied him on his return to England, her lingering hope for a future with Harry dims.
With the threat of debtor’s prison closing in, Eleanor knows that donating the baron’s collection would win her favor among potential clients, saving Sheffield Brothers. But the more time she spends with Harry, the more her faith in him grows. Might Harry be worthy of his inheritance, and her heart, after all? As pressures mount and time runs out, Eleanor must decide whom she can trust—who in her life is false or true, brass or gold—and what is meant to be treasured.