Featured Books Plus a GIVEAWAY: The Way of Hope by Dave and Beth Weikel

23138668The Way of Hope – Growing Close to God Through Loss

Passing through the valley of the shadow of loss can appear to be an unending gray, dry, barren journey from which you would never return. It seems impossible that spiritual life could even continue in such circumstances, let alone grow. Yet it is especially there, in your darkest hour, that God will bring you light and new life like you’ve never known before—if you will see that He is there with you.

Follow The Way of Hope with Beth and Dave Weikel as they lead you along your own dark paths toward the true light, found only in God’s Word. They themselves have passed the way of tragic loss several times and have found always that, through the pain and brokenness, God’s promises in Scripture become so much more meaningful.

Discover personally what it means to be blessed because you mourn— what it means to be comforted by God. He promises you there still can be hope, still new life.
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Featured Book: Spiritual Disciplines for Today by R. Douglas Wardrop


At your salvation, your spirit was renewed, but your soul and body was not changed.

Spiritual Disciplines are given to us by God. They provide a way of sowing to the Spirit and they help you put off the “old man” and put on the “new man” (see Ephesians 4:22-24). By doing this, you “renew” your soul so it will agree with your renewed spirit. As the saying “means to an end” goes, the Spiritual Disciplines are the “means,” while the “end” is intimacy with God.

By exercising the Spiritual Disciplines, we are helped to mature spiritually and are put in a place where God can work within us to transform us. If we truly want to walk with God, we will exercise the Spiritual Disciplines.

Spiritual Disciplines are for everyone to use and should be a natural part of a Christian’s life, as natural as breathing.
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A God for All Seasons: Inspiration and Reflection for All Times by Patti Tingen



In this multiple award-winning book (Reader’s Favorite, Feathered Quill), author Patti Tingen takes readers through the four spiritual “seasons” of our lives, sharing scriptural truths and powerful testimonies of God’s unfailing love through it all.

Change is a natural part of life, but for most of us it is a difficult process fraught with fear. Change can be difficult, confusing, and painful- or, as A God For All Seasons explores, it can be an exciting opportunity for spiritual growth as we learn to trust in God through faith in His word.
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The Name Quest: Explore the Names of God to Grow in Faith and Get to Know Him Better by John Avery


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Have you ever stopped and meditated on the names of God? Yahweh shalom. Wonderful Counselor. Bread of Life. LORD of hosts. Righteous Judge. Just what exactly do these names mean- and more importantly, what do they tell us about who God is?

In The Name Quest, pastor and author John Avery takes readers on a fascinating journey through the names of God, using profound word studies and wonderful scriptural insight that give a deeper understanding of God’s character and His word.

Full of wonderful analogies and anecdotes, this exhaustive resource is anything but dry. Rather, it inspires readers to take a deeper look at the love, grace, and righteousness of God revealed through His names- and how our understanding of who He is can transform our lives and our relationship with Him.
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Thirty Days in the Land with Jesus: A Holy Land Devotional by Charles H. Dyer


Follow in the footsteps of Jesusebq5st through the land of Israel with this wonderful devotional by Charles H. Dyer…

“See that single, rounded hill off in the distance? That’s Mount Tabor, the hill where Deborah and Barak routed the forces of Sisera. And the ridge directly in front of us is the Nazareth Ridge. Jesus’ hometown of Nazareth is located on top.”

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to visit the holy sites of Israel? To walk where Jesus once walked, and to see the very places where He performed the miracles we read about in the Bible?

Thirty Days In The Land With Jesus is a 30 day devotional that digs deeply into the Word of God by exploring the places and people we read about in the New Testament. The locations in the scriptures will come alive to you as never before as Dyer vividly describes the sights, sounds, and smells of some of the most significant areas in Israel in the days of Jesus. Offering wonderful insight into the traditions and culture of those days, you will gain a deeper understanding of the significance of the miracles and works of Jesus Christ during his ministry in the land.
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Esther’s Song by B. G. Brainard

Experience the story of Esther like never before . . .

After deposing his queen, King Xerxes sends his men to scour the entire Persian empire for the most beautiful young girls in hopes that he might find a new queen. To her father, Mordecai, it is no surprise that young Hadassah, well known throughout Babylon for her beauty, is among those chosen to join the King’s harem.

At only 12 years old, she enters a world unlike anything she has ever known, full of unimaginable riches, lavish gowns and beautification treatments, but Hadassah is not always happy. A veritable prisoner, she misses her father immensely, and struggles to obey his warning to hide her Jewish ancestry at all costs. There is a growing tension between her and some of the other concubines as the King’s mother requests more and more time with Hadassah. Continue reading “Esther’s Song by B. G. Brainard”

Fighting Fear by Peter Pollock

In this second book of the Fantastic Fieldtrips Series, the children are still excited from their first trip in the the MITAS, a time-travel machine invented by their own Professor Alexander, and they can’t wait to find out when their next field trip will be.

But when little Kallista is teased for being afraid, the professor decides it’s time to teach the children a lesson. He takes the children on a field trip into the past to witness how David, who killed the giant Goliath, became so brave. Through their adventure, the children learn that courage is something that has to be practiced in order to get better at it. Continue reading “Fighting Fear by Peter Pollock”