Told You So (Told You Series Book 1)
From the minute Grace Evangeline throws her sweet tea in Devin Bressard’s face, their battle of wits and cross-purposes overtakes their lives. Sassy “angelic” Grace Evangeline will stop at nothing to see her romance novel produced for Broadway. Devin Bressard knows all about the commercial success of Ms. Evangeline’s “novels”—as far from his literary, nerve-striking plays as anything could be.
The New Rulebook 2 : A Contemporary Christian Romantic Suspense (Book 2)
Welcome to Snowy Peaks. A town of 920 citizens, proud of its high elevation and wooded locale nestled in western Maryland, five miles off the Potomac River’s origin point. The brave souls, of Snowy Peaks, endure its below 50-degree average-high chilly weather purely for the love of nature. Most of its youth leave and never return. As far as anyone can tell, no outsider cared about Snowy Peaks–until Pete Zendel bought it through an online auction from prison. He seized the opportunity during an annual honorary auction held as a tradition in memory of the town’s founding fathers, a symbolic gesture never meant to be taken seriously. Now forcibly detained in his home and desperate, the town’s mayor risks his life to send a covert message to the only person the world knows to have defeated Pete Zendel–the one who put him in prison in the first place–Ruby Masters. Their last hope.
Once in a Blue Moon
Bryn Seymour was nine years old when her mother died under mysterious circumstances on the same day Apollo 11 made its historic lunar landing. Forty years later—divorced, working as an obituary writer, and duly cynical—she meets Howard, a conspiracy theorist who knew her mom and believes a small Texas town may hold clues to what really fueled her demise. Seeking closure, Bryn goes along for this men-in-black ride. But upon meeting Howard’s son Sam, an outspoken Christian, she can’t decide whose beliefs are more pie-in-the-sky. The gravity of life has pulled Bryn down for decades. But a perfect love could be her first step to soaring. It only happens once in a blue moon.
Forbid Them Not: A Novel
Two families find themselves on the brink of the unimaginable—removal of their children from their care—as the UN makes them the test case for the recently ratified Rights of the Child.
Obsession (Toni Matthews Mysteries, No. 1)
Toni Matthews is a twenty-six-year-old with a firm grasp on her life and destiny—that is until she receives a phone call. While on a fishing trip vacation, her father, Paul Matthews, was killed in a horrible accident. Then, while settling the affairs of her father’s detective agency, she receives a mysterious phone call from April Lippincott, a client of her father’s who was looking for her fifteen-year-old granddaughter, Julie Greene. Toni soon discovers that her father’s fatal fishing trip and the Julie Greene case were related, and she begins an investigation of her own.
Bittersweet ( Book #2)
Laney McCain has unabashedly had her sights set on Galen O’Sullivan for years. And though Galen has treated her as nothing more than his best friend’s pesky tag-along sister, Laney dares hope that now is the time he will open his eyes and truly recognize the woman she’s become.
NIV, Promises for You, eBook (Promises for …)
For every circumstance and season of life, God has promises that offer guidance, peace, wisdom, and perspective. Promises for You: from the New International Version is a collection of more than 1,500 Scripture verses that have been arranged into 130 topics such as prayer, guidance, healing, and courage. It features clear, inspirational verses from the New International Version—the most popular modern-English Bible available. Promises for You: from the New International Version from the New International Version makes the perfect gift for any occasion and for young and mature readers alike.
The Founders’ Key: The Divine and Natural Connection Between the Declaration and the Constitution and What We Risk by Losing It
Dr. Arnn, president of Hillsdale College, reveals this integral unity of the Declaration and the Constitution. Together, they form the pillars upon which the liberties and rights of the American people stand. United, they have guided history’s first self-governing nation, forming our government under certain universal and eternal principles. Unfortunately, the effort to redefine government to reflect “the changing and growing social order” has gone very far toward success. Politicians such as Franklin Roosevelt found ways to condemn and discard the Constitution and to redefine the Declaration to justify government without limit. As a result, both documents have been weakened, their influence diminished, and their meaning obscured—paving the way for the modern administrative state, unaccountable to the will of the people. The Founders’ Key is a powerful call to rediscover the connection between these two mighty documents, and thereby restore our political faith and revive our free institutions.
Revelation: Book of Mystery and Majesty
Revelation was not intended to be unapproachable portion of Scripture. It is a wealth of information and inspiration for the believer, and a real motivation for the believer and unbeliever alike. The word, “revelation,” actually means “to reveal.” The book of Revelation is intended to reveal something about our Lord Jesus Christ and His plan for the future. Some parts of this book are admittedly very difficult to understand, but the great majority is very clear and easy to understand for the person who takes the Scripture literally. The Bible student has real difficulty finding a clear and easy to ready study on the book of Revelation. The Pastor, Sunday School teacher, or Bible study leader who desires to teach on the book of Revelation, can find many commentaries, but few real aids in teaching the book. This book is not meant to be a commentary on Revelation, though you will find it helpful in determining the meaning of the book. It is intended to be a study guide or a curriculum which will enable the Bible teacher to have an organized way to study and teach this valuable book.
How to Study the Bible (Value Books)
This guide provides a brief, concise overview of personal Bible study for the layperson. Long-time Bible teacher Robert West gives insight into the types, tools, and techniques of personal study, offering both practical guidance and encouragement to pursue the command of 2 Timothy 2:15 (“Be diligent to present yourself approved to God as a workman who does not need to be ashamed, accurately handling the word of truth”). Covering topics such as the inductive method, word studies, commentaries, dictionaries, and concordances, How to Study the Bible also emphasizes the personal benefits of private Bible time.