Wrecked: When a Broken World Slams into Your Comfortable Life
Wrecked is about the life we are afraid to live. It’s about radical sacrifice and selfless service–how we find purpose in the midst of pain. It’s a look at how we discover fulfillment in the least likely of places. It’s about living like we mean it. It’s a guide to growing up and giving your life away, helping you live in the tension between the next adventure and the daily mundane. This book is for us–a generation intent on pursuing our life’s work in a way that leaves us without regrets. Author Jeff Goins shares his own experience of struggling as a missionary and 20-something who understands the call to live radically while dealing with the everyday responsibilities of life. Wrecked is a manifesto for a generation dissatisfied with the status quo and wanting to make a difference.
My Scripture Journal: Fearing the Lord (My Scripture Journal: Bible Reading Plans)
The goal of “My Scripture Journal” is to help you to grow deeper in your walk with Christ by reading the Bible and memorizing scripture. The scripture memorizing technique offered in “My Scripture Journal” has been proven to help others memorize scripture out of the Bible. When we study the Bible we learn the tools needed in order to live a life that is pleasing to the Lord. God doesn’t promise a life free from trials. However He has given us the tools we need to fight our battles through His word, the Bible. When we memorize scripture we automatically have the tools on hand that we need to get us through whatever life throws our way.
40 Devotions for Horse Lovers
I’ve never owned a horse, and only ridden one a few times. None the less, this devotional uses the relationship between a horse and its trainer as an analogy to our relationship with God. Each day begins with a Scripture verse, then the reading describes something about a horse and trainer, then demonstrates how that can be translated into our life in God. One of the marvels of God’s word is that it is layer upon layer in meaning. Pauline, at times, sees something in her reading of Scripture that I don’t. This is what makes reading another’s devotional valuable. Discovering a new way to apply a verse. Her use of horse and trainer to see meaning in Scripture is fresh, and could appeal to anyone.