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Publisher: Christian Focus Publications
Price: $2.99 (July 9-10)
John Pollock vividly portrays George Whitefield and his times – George’s long search for peace with God, his joy at being forgiven and justified through Christ’s atoning death and then his enthusiastic sharing of the Gospel. Often facing misunderstanding and even opposition from the established Church, he started to preach in the open air, beginning among the mining community and those who normally wouldn’t come into Church. The story is told of how God worked in a remarkable way through George in Britain and also in the Colonies of America. Travelling many miles by horseback, crossing the Atlantic on countless occasions, sometimes experiencing illness and fatigue, countless people were drawn to Christ through this man – the “Billy Graham” of his time. Come and catch the drama and also the passion and commitment George Whitefield had for the Gospel.
Brian Ivie was filled with compassion as he read an LA Times article about Pastor Lee’s solution to unwanted newborns in South Korea—a baby drop box. Brian traveled halfway around the world to film the documentary The Drop Box. But God had even bigger plans. For in the midst of filming the plight of these abandoned and forgotten children, Brian realized his own spiritual brokenness.
At its heart, this is a story of spiritual orphans—young and old—discovering their true identity as children of God.
Brian Ivie is the award-winning director of The Drop Box film and cofounder of Kindred Image. He recently graduated from The Bryan Singer Division of Critical Studies at USC’s School of Cinematic Arts. The published film critic and recreational songwriter became a Christian while working on The Drop Box film.
Ted Kluck is an award-winning, internationally published author of more than a dozen books, including Robert Griffin III: Athlete, Leader and We’re Not Emergent, by Two Guys Who Should Be (coauthored with Kevin DeYoung). His articles have appeared in ESPN the Magazine, Christianity Today, and The Washington Post.
Two days. That’s all it’s supposed to take.
But when Mylas suddenly discovers the truth, it isn’t two days anymore.
Private investigator Mylas Grey is anticipating photographer Whitney Engel’s visit to Washington.
He’s been planning their itinerary, looking forward to spending time with her, and wondering if the spark between them will ignite into a roaring fire.
He isn’t anticipating having to do a favor for Senator Allen.
However, the favor isn’t supposed to take more than two days. All he has to do is take a trip up to Baltimore, spend a couple of days investigating a matter for another senator, and then he’ll have the rest of the week to entertain Whitney.
But then . . .
He wasn’t anticipating having an encounter with a psychopath.
When Mylas realizes the man he’s investigating has a dark side to him, and he starts digging into his background a little further, it sets off a series of events that puts his own life, as well as Whitney’s, in grave danger.
In this grab bag, we have 6 e-books on parenting from Crossway. The prices and sale dates that they have provided are under each book cover.
In this grab bag, we have 6 Christian living e-books. The prices and sale dates that they have provided are under each e-book cover.
A traveling librarian ventures into the mining towns of Kentucky on horseback—and learns to trust the One who truly pens her story—in this powerful novel from the best-selling author of A Silken Thread.
During the Great Depression, city-dweller Addie Cowherd dreams of becoming a novelist and offering readers the escape that books had given her during her tragic childhood. When her father loses his job, she is forced to take the only employment she can find—delivering books on horseback to poor coal-mining families in the hills of Kentucky.
But turning a new page will be nearly impossible in Boone’s Hollow, where residents are steeped in superstitions and deeply suspicious of outsiders. Even local Emmett Tharp feels the sting of rejection after returning to the tiny mountain hamlet as the first in his family to graduate college. And as the crippled economy leaves many men jobless, he fears his degree won’t be worth much in a place where most men either work the coal mine or run moonshine.
As Addie also struggles to find her place, she’ll unearth the truth about a decades-old rivalry. But when someone sets out to sabotage the town’s library program, will the culprit chase Addie away or straight into the arms of the only person who can help her put a broken community back together?
In this grab bag, we have 3 biography & memoir e-books. The prices and sale dates that they have provided are under each book cover.