The Nature of God: 50 Christian Devotions about God’s Love and Acceptance
The Nature of God contains 50 Christian devotions, focusing on God’s true love and acceptance of us. The devotions portray God’s kindness, sweetness, grace, mercy and forgiveness. These devotions break down the notion that God judges us, and has strict requirements for how we should think, feel and behave. Mona’s stance is that God loves us like a parent loves their child, with the same intimacy and compassion that a loving parent would have. Immerse yourself in heart-warming declarations of God’s love, and remind yourself of the true nature of God.
The Prodigal Life: Coming all the way home to God
So many of us get lost on “The Way” – we need help. The prodigal son tells the story of a Christian who gets lost, but finds hope. The road is narrow, and hard to stay on. It’s easy to wander. This book can be used as a guide. Never give up. One Christian Author called THE PRODIGAL LIFE “required reading for all Christians.”
The Titus 2 Woman
Finding women who have been trained to be Titus 2 women has gotten harder and harder in today’s world. This type of woman is truly becoming an endangered species! It’s a sad fact, but modern churches are just not teaching the “aged women” to become Titus 2 mentors and women just are not stepping up to mentor the younger women in the church. This is part of the reason I think so many of the young women in today’s church are floundering and turning away from Godly womanhood. They are just not being taught how to be Godly women. Too many churches today are pushing a twisted form of womanhood that has more in common with feminism and worldly standards than Godly standards. It is truly a sad state! Just what traits does the Bible say a Godly woman should posses? Titus 2: 3-5 lays these traits out to us in a simple and plain way.
Finding Hope in the Midst of Tragedy
Have you been through difficult times in your life? If so, you are not alone. Jesus says in John 16:33, “In this world you will have trouble. But take heart! I have overcome the world.” Notice that He doesn’t say that we might have trouble or that if we have enough faith we will escape it. He clearly states that on this side of heaven we will walk through difficult times in our lives. And yet we have reason to hope. This book is my own personal journey to finding hope after a tragedy hit our family. However, I did not want this book to be my story alone. Instead, I want it to be a resource for you to find hope in the midst of your own difficulties. That is why I have added the sections that you will see through the book called, “From My Life to Yours,” where I add journaling prompts and reflection questions for you to apply what you are learning to your life. I pray that God leads you to find His hope no matter what you are currently walking through.