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by Cindy PattersonForbidden Love Paul Fischer's a plain man with big dreams and an even bigger problem—gaining his uncle's approval. He's just settled on how to accomplish that while maintaining loyalty to his family and heritage, when a beautiful Englischer shows up threatening to defeat all his efforts. A romantic relationship with Rachel is forbidden and he soon discovers it will take more than simply guarding his heart. The more time he spends with her, the more he wants to overcome every obstacle that's ke... more
by T.K. ChapinHow far will one mother go to find her child? A full year after a painful divorce, Elizabeth’s seventeen-year-old daughter Lillian decides to visit a friend over the Fourth of July weekend but never returns home. With the help of her neighborhood friend Cole, Elizabeth tries to make sense of what really happened and hopefully bring her daughter home.
by Moustafa F. MoukarimAuthor Moustafa F. Moukarim goes into great detail about how Hamza recognizes the mind as the knowledge bank, which makes humans the center of creation. In reference to our mighty and just creator, Hamza concludes that God blessed us with our minds as a sparkle of His intelligence and also designated us to be the bearers of His message and custodians of all creation. In his words, Hamza proclaims that "religion should not be an implication or a suggestion. It is a reality and an understanding t... more
by Dr. Otto UmanaMoses was the only man bold enough to ask God, “Who are you?” The answer he received was as mesmerizing as the burning bush. The scripture from Exodus 3:13–15 reveals that God said to Moses, “I am who I am.” Ever since that encounter, mankind has come up with many words to describe God, but perhaps the best one yet is “omnipowerful.” In this inspiring study, medical missionary Dr. Otto Umana explores the wonderful miracles performed by God. He considers God’s true presence, love, and power; m... more
by David K YongThe much overlooked ancient Wisdom-from-Above holds powerful secrets in prospering our lives. People today are knowledgeable about many things but lack good wisdom. Many are bogged down by greater stress, worries, and fears. What insights and good wisdom are we missing to truly live well and prosperously? How does understanding the Wisdom-from-Above help us? Find out Warren Buffett's biggest life lesson that is aligned with the Wisdom-from-Above. David Yong draws from his experiences worki... more
by Julia RanzaniMy blog Yours *TrulyJuly* is my online writing portfolio, showing that anything can be turned into a story, thus creating relevant content. I’m an expat from Germany, who made London my home for 10 years and then ventured off to the other side of the World: Cape Town! Every new place offers a new perspective. Which I share in my stories. With a background in copywriting and a neverending curiousity, I'm not only interested in many things, I can also write about many things: Expect so... more
by Kyle MoreyKyle Morey set out to do something unusual. He wanted to write a book just for you. Of course, every author wants to write a book for his or her readers. But Kyle wanted this book to speak to YOU, to serve YOU. So every day for 30 days he started with a spiritual warm-up of prayer and praise and scripture, then asked God what you needed to hear most. And then he started writing. He wrote from his heart not his head. He sought to inspire rather than to convince. He shared some deeply personal... more
by Nancy MagargleThe shrill, unexpected ring of the telephone shattered the silence of a lovely summer morning. It also changed Nancy Magargle's life forever. As she learned that her beloved eighteen-year-old daughter was clinging to life in a hospital, mortally injured in a horrific automobile accident, Nancy's world crumbled. Little did she know that her nightmare had only begun. Nor could she imagine how the gut-wrenching decision to eventually withdraw her daughter's life support would challenge--and ultim... more
by Marie Wells CoutuTruth is messy. But will their shared secret destroy his political career—or sabotage their marriage? After a whirlwind romance, beautiful Shawna Moore marries Hunter Wilson, the governor of Tennessee. Now, she wonders if the governor ever loved her or only hoped to avoid a scandal. In this modern re-imagining of the biblical story of Bathsheba and King David, an investigative reporter is asking questions—the wedding took place only six weeks following the death of Shawna’s first husband i... more
by Marie Wells CoutuTruth is messy. But will their shared secret destroy his political career—or sabotage their marriage? After a whirlwind romance, beautiful Shawna Moore marries Hunter Wilson, the governor of Tennessee. Now, she wonders if the governor ever loved her or only hoped to avoid a scandal. In this modern re-imagining of the biblical story of Bathsheba and King David, an investigative reporter is asking questions—the wedding took place only six weeks following the death of Shawna’s first husband in Iraq... more
by Mark Johnson, MD
All of us want to live the "good life," but there is vast confusion about what this life consists of, and how it is developed. In fact, few seem to actually be living this life, though many try to project the image that they are. This book examines the three distinct paths most often taken to seek this life: following cultural expectations, developing character, and pursuing a relationship with God. A further distinction, between those who profess to folllow God but are in fact following... more
by Melissa Maimone
Do you know the scientific difference between a flower and a weed? Nothing. Yep. It's true. The only difference between a flower and a weed is whether or not you want it to grow where it does.
I have struggled with depression and anxiety most of my life and I don't like it. It's shameful. It's difficult. It causes me pain and limits my life in frustrating, embarrasing ways. Like a dandelion growing in my backyard, I was sure it needed to be plucked, mowed, or zapped wi... more
by Shannon Kuzmich
What lies beyond the point of surrender? Is there a deeper life to be lived even in the mundane moments of each day?
Abiding, the fourth volume in The Chronicles of Formation series, captures the adventures of a woman who has taken the deepest plunge of her life, letting go of the controls and leaning into God. Explore this unknown terrain with her and let your mind consider new questions that could lead you to a more peaceful experience of life
by Catherine DorsetteA short story everyone should read to catch a glimpse of the tragedy which victims and families of the Alzheimer's disease go through....
by Catherine Dorsette"Too often, people are tempted to give up on others, and most times they actually do; particularly when things, attitudes and circumstances are seemingly unchangeable. But God wants to remind us that with Him, all things are possible; that there is hope for anyone alive today, no matter what the situation is, or may have been. All that is required is for that one to reach out and accept the outstretched arms of the Savior Jesus Christ and He will lift up and set that one the Rock to stay."
by Catherine DorsetteDo you sometimes wonder why God allows certain things to happen to you, especially when you know that He can stop them? Have you ever felt like God’s demands on your life as a young Christian person are particularly unfair? Do you feel like you fail most of the tests which God allows to come your way? Do you just want to give it all up? Do you feel all churched-out? If you do, you are not alone. Many young people like you are going through this; not only that, many young people bef... more