“Confront your questions, disarm your doubt, and strengthen your spiritual life. This book won’t provide all the answers, but it will give you concise thoughts on the Christian Faith …” Gregg Peter Farah states in his book, 52 Reasons to Believe: Concise Thoughts on the Christian Faith.
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“The Chronological Life Application Study Bible helps the reader see the larger story by breaking up traditional books of the Bible into 10 major eras of biblical history, intermingling the Scriptures into a single, unified story from Creation to end.”
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After the Prayer Tower, we walked back to our guesthouse just outside the Jaffa Gate. All the way, Terry speculated about the meaning of what she was now confidently calling the angels in her camera.
The pictures were intriguing.
It struck me that the colour and texture of my beautiful tallit prayer shawl and its matching kippah, or skull cap, was the exact same buttery gold silk as these pictures.
It was made especially for my adult Bat Mitzvah, in…Continue
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“… Epic grace is freely available for everyone. It’s bigger than we can possibly imagine, better than we deserve, and strong enough to beautifully transform our broken lives into trophies of God’s grace,” Kurt W. Bubna states in his book, Epic Grace: Chronicles of a Recovering Idiot.
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"The Prince of Light" is true high fantasy. Tasarla has crafted a self-contained world of imagination with crisp word choices and sentence structure that lends…Continue
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As of this morning, The Warrior is #4 on Amazon's top downloaded Free Kindle list for all genres, not just Christian fiction. (It is also #1 on Christian fiction.) If you have not read this inspiring story, now is your opportunity to download it free.
"I couldn't put it down and you had me in tears right from the start. Then, at the end I couldn't read…Continue
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"Over the years the stone had been a pleasant memento, reminding her of the smooth things in life that brought delight, but it had become a burden to her as well. Lately, it had become too heavy to carry,” Anita Higman writes in her novel, A Marriage in Middlebury.
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Just finished reading Winter in Full Bloom, and I very much enjoyed it. Although I was not asked to write a review on this title, I will do so in a couple of days as a way to say "thank you" to this gifted author. I appreciate being given such excellent Christian fiction selections. More later.....
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Michael J Webb’s latest book, Infernal Gates, has been the most unusual reading experience I’ve had it quite some time. I found myself alternately mesmerized and frustrated. Let me explain. The premise…Continue
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“Praying for your husband will do more than impact your husband’s life: it will impact your heart as well. Don’t be surprised if God stirs a love for your husband that is stronger, deeper, and more precious than ever before,” Sharon Jaynes writes in her book, Praying for Your Husband from Head to Toe.
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Let brotherly love continue. Be not forgetful to entertain strangers: for thereby some have entertained angels unawares.
Do you feel blessed or beaten down? Are you healthy, living in a home with heat and air conditioning, and have plenty to eat? If you answered yes to all three of these situations then you are truly blessed. Not all are so lucky. What better time of year than Thanksgiving for us to count our blessings and share our good…Continue
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“There was one thing I knew for sure. Through my pain, I had to do something to find out what took away my Danielle. I had to do all I could to pull apart the pieces that led to her death,” Patrick J. McCarthy explains in his book, Please Don’t Let Me Die: A Father’s Journey Through Grief and the Criminal Justice System.
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Christmas Diamond, inspired by the Jewel Series and introducing the Virtues and Valor series is my gift to you for this Christmas season!
This story was very creepy. I mean that in a good way. If you’re going to read suspense, you want to be creeped out. Add historical to the suspense, and you have a sort of gothic setting. This is a combination I really enjoy. Even the title, Gatehaven, implies something of a macabre nature, and the fact that the occult is involved.
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This series just keeps getting better and better! The comedy, the romance, the historical settings! I have read quite a few historical fiction books over the last few years and I have to say that Jen Turano's style of writing is like a breath of air. It's fresh, it's funny, and yet it stays true to the best in Christian historical fiction. I started reading this series with book 2, A Most Peculiar Circumstance, and…Continue
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Brady is ready for a summer at camp, but it doesn't start off as planned when his mom breaks down and tells him that he'll be going to live with his estranged dad after camp. She leaves, crying, telling him she doesn't want him around anymore. What sort of summer will this be? He'll meet new friends, one blind, and he'll meet a God he hadn't really thought about since his…
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