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Single moms, you are not alone.
You may feel lonely, abandoned, overwhelmed, and ill-equipped in your life as a single mother, but you are not alone on this journey. God is WITH you, and if you are willing, He will help you build a strong home and legacy for your family.
As a former single mother, Michelle Lynn Senters understands you could use a little soul nourishment. In the Unseen Companion, she explores the ten needs every single mother has and asks, “God, where are you in this?”
Avoiding clichés and hurtful platitudes, Michelle offers true hope from God’s Word. Her reflections, seasoned with personal experience, will help you:
Trust that God sees your needs and can satisfy them
Develop a vibrant relationship with God’s Word
Avoid temptation and counterfeit solutions
Strengthen your resolve and confidence to raise children of faith
Read The Unseen Companion and receive the encouragement your heart longs to hear: “You can do this, God is with you, and He will lead your family in strength and love.”
Includes questions at the end of each chapter for reflection, journaling, or group discussion.
Price: $1.99 (Apr 4-6)
Why were stone jars used in Cana when the rest of the ancient world used clay vessels? Why did Jesus heal the crippled man instantly at the pool of Bethesda but tell the blind man to wash in the Pool of Siloam? Why did Jesus talk about the gates of Hades specifically at Caesarea Philippi? Why did Jesus mock the religious teachers and Pharisees for sitting in Moses’ seat?
Books on Biblical archaeology are often written (a) as a reference source for biblical, theological, and apologetic studies, (b) to provide a deeper appreciation of the Biblical world, or (c) to let you know that the stories of the Bible are neither fictional nor allegorical. The goal of this book is none of these. The goal of this book is to use Biblical archaeology to authenticate the biblical narratives in the Gospel era.
In every chapter, complex topics are made easy to understand so that everyone can lay hold of it. In every chapter, as we dig into the ruins and the rubble, the stones reveal to us more about the Rock of our salvation, Jesus Christ.
Publisher: Reformation Heritage Books
Price: $2.99 (April 4-5)
Table of Contents:
Foreword, by J. I. Packer
1. In Search of Piety’s Forgotten Discipline
2. A Royal Conflict over Prophesyings and the Origins of Puritan Conference
3. Scripture for Puritan Eyes: The Word Read
4. Scripture for Puritan Ears: The Word Heard
5. Holy Conference: “A Kind of Paradise”
6. Holy Conference: Categorized and Exercised
7. Puritan Conference for the Contemporary Church
Joanne J. Jung is Assistant Professor of Biblical and Theological Studies at Biola University
In this grab bag, we have 18 e-books on leadership. The prices and sale dates that our sources have provided are under each ebook cover.
Publisher: Christian Focus Publications
Price: $2.99 (April 3-4)
What books make up the Bible and why? Who wrote the Bible? Who decided what should go in? How can we know that what is in the Bible is from God?
This short book answers some critical questions about the Word of God, helping us to understand where the Scriptures came from and why we can trust them. Covering the origins and translations of the Old and New Testaments, this straightforward introduction answers many questions and provides suggestions for further reading if you want to research the topic further.
After what happened between God and man in the story of creation and the failure of man to keep the dominion God granted him, God never stopped to love the woman in a special way. He told Abraham to listen to his wife Sarah and chase Hagar away. Then He went to Hagar and her son in the desert, to save them.
God visited Sarah in her old age and she conceived. He remembered Rachel and she got pregnant. He answered Hannah, saved Rehab the prostitute, used Esther, Ruth, the widow of Zerepherth, Elizabeth, Mary the mother of Jesus, Mary Magdalene, the Samaritan woman and He must remember you. Yes, you.
When they brought the woman caught in adultery to Him, Jesus refused to look up for some time because He knew what men were doing. That woman was caught with a man, but he was not there and Jesus knew that those who brought the woman were sinners. He raised his head and said to them, let him who has no sin throw, the first stone. That was not what they wanted to hear.
The present is more than a place where the past comes to rest.
It is more than a staging ground for the future.
The present is where God shows up.
We live our lives in the present, but often our minds are racing toward the future or overwhelmed by the past. We want to change the past and control the future, but usually, all we really do is exhaust ourselves in the here and now. Writing especially with church leaders in mind, Dr. John Koessler, a former pastor and professor, teaches you how to evade the tyranny of past regrets and future plans and meet God right where you are, in the present.