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Is adulthood a curse? What should I do with all these participation trophies? As young adults try to figure things out and answer deep, soul-heavy questions, they’re given flak for living in “extended adolescence.” In a world that insists we can (and should) have it all, Adulting for Jesus uses humor to offer topical advice and encouragement for those who are asking, “Is this really all there is?”
Develop realistic expectations and a healthy, godly outlook on life for:
Readers will find that by learning to laugh at themselves and find humor in situations, the reduced stress and anxiety makes the ride so much more enjoyable. Most importantly, the more young adults learn about God and see His faithfulness in their lives, the more they grow to love His will, even if it’s not exactly what they imagined.
Price: $2.99 (May 26-27)
What about the life of an 18th century human trafficker could inspire you?
John Newton found himself the captain of a ship transporting slaves from Africa to England. On each journey, he mercilessly subjected hundreds to inhumane conditions only to be sold if they survived. But in a life-threatening storm, he cried out to God for help. Saved from imminent death, Newton soon realized he had also been saved from himself. Twenty years into his journey of knowing the grace and mercy of God, Newton penned Amazing Grace, unforgettable hymn of redemption.
The Life of John Newton is a biography that will inspire every man, woman and child. His spiritual transformation highlights the unstoppable force of God’s love and unlimited grace regardless of one’s own wretched history.
This Christian Classic was originally published in 1831 by the ASSU (American Sunday School Union). Attic Books, an imprint of New Leaf Publishing Group, meticulously reproduced each page. With tattered edged pages and a vintage cover, Life of John Newton is now an affordable, timeless classic is for a new generation interested in the foundations of our Christian heritage. It is one of Attic Books “Life of” series featuring biographies of heroes from the 18th century and beyond.
He’s about to marry the wrong woman until he meets the wedding planner, and now he has a decision to make.
Always the wedding planner and never the bride. That’s what Daisy Ray is afraid her future holds. Things never seem to go well for her in the love department, but her mom says God must be saving her for that special man.
Her world gets shaken up when she meets actor, Logan Terry, and his ice queen fiancée. She doesn’t expect for Logan to break up with his fiancée during their first appointment, and she certainly doesn’t expect him to ask her out on a date not long after.
Logan Terry wants a new career as a drama teacher, but his brother wants him to conform to his preconceived idea of success. When he meets Daisy, he’s ready to begin a new phase of life, but first, he has to deal with disgruntled family members who believe his decisions are rash and impulsive.
A whirlwind romance might be just what Daisy and Logan need, but are they ready to deal with the consequences? Will they realize they’ve moved the relationship forward too quickly, or will they hold on to what might be the greatest love of their lives?
*This is a contemporary Christian story with strong Biblical themes and Bible references.
Publisher: The Good Book Company
Price: $2.99 (May 26-27)
“How can there be three Gods and yet only one God?”
Have you ever groaned inwardly at a question like this? Many of us find the doctrine of the Trinity – that God is three persons sharing one nature – difficult to get our heads round, and frankly a bit embarrassing. What is more, we seem to get by without thinking about it too deeply.
But in reality, the Trinity is at the heart of all that Christians believe. The nature of God as a Trinity gives shape to all Christian truth, and to the gospel that we believe and proclaim. And rather than be a source of embarrassment, properly understood, it should fill us with joy.
This book aims to help you see how the Trinity is fantastically good news. Because the trinity means that God is not remote and uninvolved – quite the opposite. God sent His Son and His Spirit into our world to draw us into a wonderful relationship with Himself. This is the God who gives meaning and joy to our lives.
How can the people of God develop churches in ways that help and don’t hurt poor neighborhoods? In urban ministry, Christians too often treat the poor as goodwill projects instead of people. Because of this mindset, many remain unchurched. Healthy, local, urban churches are needed because they combine personal empowerment and community transformation.
Every poor neighborhood needs uncommon churches that will seek the common good of their communities. Alvin Sanders engages hard truths about these neighborhoods and provides a model for how to do ministry in difficult conditions. The local, urban church is the key to community transformation, as it plays three crucial roles of empowering, partnering, and reaching.
Pastors and church planters interested in Christian community development will find here practical insights into the power of the local church, which is often underrated. Churches can serve their communities and improve the quality of life of every facet of the neighborhood.
Daily Grace for Teens offers inspiration and encouragement using vivid illustrations of just how God’s provisions and blessings provide for the needs of a teen’s highly-charged life. Even more they show how God Himself is the greatest grace provision a young person can have: His mercy, His love, His holiness and more.
For the first time ever all four novels in this sweet Amish romance series are combined into one charming ebook!
In this exclusive ebook-only bundle, The Miller Family Series 4-in-1 chronicles the faith, lives and loves of an Amish family living in the rolling green fields of Ohio.
After the death of her husband, Hannah Brown and her sheep flock move to Ohio to begin a new life with her sister Julia’s family. As Hannah settles into the Miller household, the wool starts to fly as her deacon brother-in-law finds Hannah’s ways and ideas quite vexing. Yet someone else close by is intrigued by the beautiful shepherdess. As Hannah and Julia mature into their places in the family, the younger Miller women also experience what it means to pursue their dreams and follow their hearts.
Enjoy the four full-length novels contained in this collection:
A Widow’s Hope
Never Far From Home
The Way to a Man’s Heart
An Amish Family Reunion
Follow the highs and lows of these captivating Amish women as they seek God’s will and discover their place in The Miller Family!