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Publisher: Intervarsity Press
Price: $2.99 (Nov 1-2)
“Look carefully. Listen closely. Do you see? Do you hear? There are a million signposts pointing toward the specific truth of God in Christ. Ive seen many of them. But God is speaking to you too. Look and see. Listen and hear.”
In this accessible and engaging work, veteran apologist Jim Sire gives us eyes to see the myriad “signals of transcendence” all around us that point to the specific truth of God in Christ. Focusing on the power of good literature—even from those who deny the existence of God—enables us to perceive and testify to God’s reality in ways that rational argument alone cannot.
“While reason can be very helpful in pointing us to God and helping us in our apologetics, what compels and convinces people is more multidimensional,” says Sire. “What is needed is a more holistic apologetic that not only includes truth but also goodness and beauty.”
All inspiration is rooted in God the Creator, and some of Gods truth lies buried until an artist exposes it. Good literature, written from a Christian standpoint or not, displays multiple examples of our human understandings of God, the universe and ourselves. It testifies to the existence of a transcendent realm and often, in fact, to the truth of the Christian faith.
Publisher: Kregel Publications
Price: $2.99 (Nov 1-2)
Dolphus Weary knows from personal experience just how harmful racial division can be. Growing up in rural Mississippi, he leared that if poverty, hunger, and disease didn’t kill him, racism, bigotry, or the Klan just might. So when a college basketball scholarship gave him the opportunity to get away from the broken, racially divided city of Mendenhall, he jumped at the chance. But he couldn’t outrun racism. Eventually God called him back to his hometown–to the city where the railroad tracks not only separate economic classes but also represent a divide in the church. Believing that prejudice is ultimately a spiritual issue, Weary went back to Mississippi and worked to break down racial divides and promote productive dialogue, greater understanding, and ultimately racial reconciliation. The founder and part-time president of R.E.A.L. (Rural Education and Leadership) Christian Foundation, Weary helps ministries and communities realize that a “kingdom mentality” is possible only when we stop limiting God’s work to a denomination or racial group.
Ladies, God wants to bless us with a wealth of wisdom. He greatly desires for us to be wise and knowledgeable, whether we have to deal with simple matters or difficult circumstances at home, in ministry, at work, or with friends. God is eager to anoint us with the ability to be aware, alert, and balanced in the running of our lives. He so wants to bless us with the Fruit of the Spirit – helping us to pursue excellence in daily living.
WE ARE AN “I” CONSUMED NATION
God innately made women tender and loving, natural nurturers of humanity – bringing honor and glory to His name. However, left alone, we (and the rest of the human race) are prone to being selfish, self-centered people who have the tendency to do perpetually silly, unproductive things. Our minds are often consumed with what is right for me: what I want for myself, what makes me feel comfortable, what I should be entitled to, or what I think I deserve. And our culture often promotes and encourages such unhealthy mindsets. Still, in the midst of such an unwholesome standard of living, women are called to be helpers, to foster positive growth, and to teach others: encouraging resilient godly legacies.
A New York Times, USA Today, and Publishers Weekly bestseller!
In this riveting saga of temptation, grace, and unconditional love, the New York Times bestselling author of Redeeming Love and The Masterpiece delivers big-canvas storytelling at its very best.
To those who matter in 1950s Hollywood, Lena Scott is the hottest rising star to hit the silver screen since Marilyn Monroe. Few know her real name is Abra. Even fewer know the price she’s paid to finally feel like she’s somebody.
To Pastor Ezekiel Freeman, Abra will always be the little girl who stole his heart the night he found her, a wailing newborn abandoned under a bridge on the outskirts of Haven. Zeke and his son, Joshua—Abra’s closest friend—watch her grow into an exotic beauty. But Zeke knows the circumstances surrounding her birth have etched scars deep in her heart, scars that leave her vulnerable to a fast-talking charmer who lures her to Tinseltown.
Love arrives at the most unexpected time . . .
1821: Elias Roch has ghastly luck with women. He met Josephine De Clare once and penned dozens of letters hoping to find her again.
2021: Josie De Clare has questionable taste in boyfriends. The last one nearly ruined her friendship with her best friend.
Now, in the wake of her father’s death, Josie finds Elias’s letters. Suddenly she’s falling in love with a guy who lived two hundred years ago. And star-crossed doesn’t even begin to cover it . . .
“Dearest Josephine is the type of story that becomes your own. The characters’ heartaches worked their way into my own chest until I hurt with them, hoped with them, and dared to dream with them. This book is teeming with swoon-worthy prose, adorable humor, and an expert delivery of ‘Will they end up together?’ I guarantee you’ll be burning the midnight candle to a stub to get answers. Step aside Pride and Prejudice, there’s a new romance on the English moors.” —Nadine Brandes, author of Romanov
In this grab bag, we have 8 e-books on parenting & family. The prices and sale dates that they have provided are under each e-book cover.
In this grab bag, we have 6 e-books for women. The prices and sale dates that they have provided are under each e-book cover.