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In The Daniel Key, Anne Graham Lotz, daughter to Billy Graham, shares 20 choices you can make to find contentment and peace as you discover a deeper relationship with God. These same choices were made by Daniel, a young Jewish man serving God in a godless society, who was revered by God and saved from lions.
Daniel was honored by God, protected, and trusted. His faith did not waver when he faced those who were against him or even when he confronted hungry lions. How can you have that kind of faith?
Bestselling author Anne Graham Lotz teaches you that Daniel’s choices can be your choices—choices such as:
Get swept away in the first installment of Amy Clipston’s Amish Legacy series.
They were “only friends” . . . but they wanted so much more.
Crystal Glick is grateful to live with her brother’s family since her father died and her fiancé, Owen, broke their engagement. Crystal loves her bruderskinner and cheerfully helps her sister-in-law through a difficult pregnancy with babies number seven and eight, but she yearns for a husband and children of her own.
Duane Bontrager is mourning the recent death of his wife, Connie, after twenty-four years of marriage. He and his grown sons have a thriving roofing business but can’t get used to life without her. As the young men prepare to launch out on their own, Duane can’t imagine life alone—nor with anyone but Connie.
Walking through Psalm 23 phrase by phrase, therapist and author K.J. Ramsey explores the landscape of our fear, trauma, and faith. When she stepped through her own wilderness of spiritual abuse and religious trauma, K.J. discovered that courage is not the absence of anxiety but the practice of trusting we will be held and loved no matter what.
How can we cultivate courage when fear overshadows our lives? How do we hear the Voice of Love when hate and harm shout loud? This book offers an honest path to finding that there is still a Good Shepherd who is always following you. Braiding contemplative storytelling, theological reflection, and practical neuroscience, Ramsey reveals a route into connection and joy that begins right where you are.
The Lord is My Courage is for the deconstructing and the dreamers, the afraid and the amazed, for those whose fear has not been fully shepherded but who can’t seem to stop listening for their Good Shepherd’s Voice.
A unique and validating look at the tension you feel between disillusionment and a desire for truth, Searching for Enough helps you see your doubt not as an emotion to fear but as an invitation to be followed.
Do you ever find yourself thinking, “I’m not enough, and I’m never going to be. And I know I’m not supposed to say this, but God’s not enough for me either.”
Whether or not we attend church, deep down we wonder if the biblical story of faith is really enough for the complexity of the world in which we live. We fill our lives with other things, hoping that maybe the next experience or accomplishment will complete us. Yet with every goal we reach, we still feel discouraged and anxious.
In Searching for Enough, Pastor Tyler Staton draws on ancient and modern insights to introduce us, as if for the first time, to Jesus’ disciple Thomas: history’s most notorious skeptic. Like Thomas, we are caught between two unsatisfying stories: We want to believe in God but can’t reconcile his presence with our circumstances and internal struggles.
For those seeking contentment and comfort in even the most trying circumstances of life, Peace with the Psalms offers guided readings rooted in Christian meditation.
We live in a busy world; from work and family obligations to friendships and faith, daily life can sometimes make us dizzy with stress or overcome with worry. And though many of us try to slow down, it can be difficult to calm our minds and tune our hearts into the messages that matter most.
But the good news is that peace and comfort are attainable, even when your heart is at its most restless. In Peace with the Psalms, authors from Abide Christian Meditation–the world’s most popular Christian meditation app–lead you through the best of the Psalms so you can find peace and renewal in God’s promises.
In the town of Birch Creek where the only danger is getting swept off your feet, Katharine Miller hides the secrets of her past . . . until she meets Ezra Bontrager and is forced to face the greatest risk of all—opening her heart to true love
After fleeing her hometown, Katharine finds peace and anonymity while working at Stoll’s Inn and keeping to herself. As long as her guard is up, she can protect herself and others from her past, with the hope that one day her family will forgive her for leaving.
Ezra Bontrager has never shared a love of farming with his brothers and father, and when he takes a job at Stoll’s Inn, he quickly finds even more reason to come to work every day. Although he has no intention of marrying anytime soon, Ezra can’t help but want to learn more about the quiet and mysterious newcomer who doesn’t appear to have come to Birch Creek looking for a husband, as so many have done after the want ad that advertised Birch Creek’s many bachelors.
Normally, Wes Grayson would have been attracted to the striking woman with the camera. But this woman has clearly been stalking Amy, his adoptive daughter and the center of his life. And a threat to Amy is a threat to Wes. Laney Fields has no desire to threaten anyone, just a longing to see the child she’d brought into the world six years ago and then been forced to release for adoption. But when she learns that Amy’s adoptive mother has died, Laney becomes determined to play a part in her daughter’s life. Between a man and woman torn by past losses, present fears, and the paradox of their growing fascination for each other, stands one small child. She could be the object of distrust that will drive them apart or the agent of faith in God that can bring them together.