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Publisher: Christian Focus Publications
Price: $2.99 (May 19-20)
The West has become permeated with a culture that doesn’t ‘do’ God. Many people assert that we have progressed, while Christians are still clinging to out-dated ideas. In Why We (Still) Believe, fourteen contributors focus on several specific contemporary attacks on Christianity, showing why they ‘continue in the faith’ (Col.1:23).
In this grab bag, we have 4 e-books from Waterbrook Press. The prices and sale dates that they have provided are under each book cover.
This story is a memoir about the author and her family’s harrowing escape from Cambodia’s Killing Fields to America. The journey was fraught with physical dangers, and political intrigues. Physical dangers included traveling at night through Cambodia’s dark jungle with many poisonous snakes, green-lantern-eyed tigers, giant spiders, land mines, mass graves, and U.S fighter jets’ bombing. The family undertook this journey to escape the persecution and genocide and went to Vietnam during the Vietnam War.
When South Vietnam fell to the communists, author’s family was once again fleeing from Vietnam and traveling to Thailand. Just as the family thought they had found freedom and relief, pirates raped and plundered the family and tried to traffick the author and her sisters into Bangkok’s brothels. Just in the nick of time, U.S Navy pulled in and saved the entire family.
All through the journey, God’s grace and protection was never too far away from the author and her family. God’s invisible hand and love could be felt even by those who have no knowledge of Him. Our God is a God of love, omnipotent and all powerful. Praise be to the Almighty God.
Book 2 in a masterful what-if series in which global catastrophe puts a family’s very survival at risk—and both reveals the darkness in human hearts and lights the way to restoration.
Survival has become a lifestyle, and technology is a thing of the past as the Branning family learns that the power outage is worldwide. Everyone is desperate.
When two young thieves break into the Brannings’ home and clean out the food in their pantry, Jeff Branning tracks them to a filthy apartment and discovers a family of children living alone, stealing to stay alive. Where is their mother? The search for answers uncovers a trail of desperation and murder . . . and for the Brannings, a powerful new purpose that can transform their entire community—and above all, themselves. But how will they do what’s right when so much is going wrong?
A charming and engrossing novel for fans of Southern fiction and the recent hit memoir Hillbilly Elegy about a lush and storied coal-mining town—and the good people who live there—in danger of being destroyed for the sake of profit. Will the truth about the town’s past be its final undoing or its saving grace?
1933. In the mining town of Beulah Mountain, West Virginia, two young girls form an unbreakable bond against the lush Appalachian landscape, coal dust and old hymns filling their lungs and hearts. Despite the polarizing forces of their fathers—one a mine owner, one a disgruntled miner —Ruby and Bean thrive under the tender care of Bean’s mama, blissfully unaware of the rising conflict in town and the coming tragedy that will tear them apart forever.
Gospel e-books is working together with Christian publishers to allow you to choose what e-books you’d like to have discounted. Cast your vote below and the book with the most votes in each poll will be placed on sale soon after. If there are less than 100 total votes in a particular poll, the winning book will not be discounted.
Crossway: God’s Kingdom through God’s Covenants: A Concise Biblical Theology by Peter J. Gentry & Stephen J. Wellum vs. God’s Glory in Salvation through Judgment: A Biblical Theology by James M. Hamilton Jr.