We’ve all heard the term ‘helicopter mom’- parents who ‘hover’ over their children in an attempt to keep them happy, safe, healthy, and alive. They hover because they fear. Helicopter Mom directly addresses the real life terror that all parents face with fearing for their children. Specifically designed for mothers, it gives a Christian, Biblical perspective on how to overcome these fears from the unique point of view of a helicopter flight nurse and mom who has vast experience in ‘hovering’. It takes lessons learned over my years as a flight nurse and puts them into practical, every day, Christian applications. There are anecdotes, stories, aviation information, and more that all knit together to bring about Biblical lessons and encouragement that all parents can easily relate to. Each chapter takes helicopter and EMS/nursing stories and knits them into an ongoing narrative that slowly paints a full picture of how to overcome fear. It is a sassy, funny, in-your-face, yet spiritually grounded journey that will have people laughing and learning spiritual truths all at the same time. This is a totally different approach to ‘self-help’ books, strap in and get ready to lift! Continue reading “Featured Book: Helicopter Mom by Bethany Douglas”
Have you ever wondered why God, who is all-knowing and all-powerful, chose to create Satan?
Is it possible that, in the grander scheme of things, Satan and his hordes of demons are unknowingly playing a role in God’s great plan for mankind?
In this first book of the Connecting The Dots series, author Dave Shaw tackles a question of the ages- why did God create Satan? Based on sound Biblical doctrine, Shaw takes readers on a journey through creation, the war in heaven, the fall of Satan, and the redemptive work of Jesus Christ on the cross. While the Bible doesn’t always give us explicit reasons why, Shaw shows us how we can take what we do know from scripture to “read between the lines” in an attempt to connect the dots.
Shaw explores a wide variety of subjects while attempting to keep the bigger picture of God’s redemptive plan as a focal point. The book offers readers a look at some of the more obtuse, seldom-discussed topics in an attempt to answer some of our deepest questions.
Continue reading “Connecting the Dots: Man, God, Angels, and Demons by Dave Shaw”
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.
Continue reading “The Name Quest: Explore the Names of God to Grow in Faith and Get to Know Him Better by John Avery”
“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.
Continue reading “Thirty Days in the Land with Jesus: A Holy Land Devotional by Charles H. Dyer”
From an early age, Abby Johnson knew she wanted to spend her life helping people. When approached by a recruiter from Planned Parenthood while attending college and told all the good she could do by helping women in crisis, she felt like it was a perfect fit, and signed up as a volunteer.
But from the beginning, her work at Planned Parenthood was fraught with conflict, not only between the workers at the clinic and the protesters who stood outside the fence each day, but also a deeper, inner struggle as God began to speak to her heart. Continue reading “Unplanned: The Dramatic True Story of a Former Planned Parenthood Leader’s Eye-Opening Journey Across the Life Line by Abby Johnson, Cindy Lambert”
Champions In The Wilderness is a wonderful devotional that leads the reader through the difficult stages in their life and into a deeper relationship with the Father, helping us to overcome the many challenges we face and emerge victorious in our Christian faith.
Well-written and simple to follow, this book helps the reader to rely on God and His promises in every situation. Some of the many topics covered include seeking wisdom, having a proper spiritual foundation, learning to hear God’s voice, and planting our faith firmly on our hope in Christ’s salvation. It also deals with the issue of doubt and double-mindedness, explains the difference between faith and wishful thinking, shows the importance of forgiveness, and teaches the reader how to find rest, purpose and security in their life. Continue reading “Champions in the Wilderness: Fifty-Two Devotions to Guide and Strengthen Emerging Overcomers By Bob Santos”
Are you struggling to find contentment in life?
Bob Hostetler explores the book of ecclesiastes, one of the most enigmatic and misunderstood books of the Bible.
Known for its cynical refrain of “vanity, vanity, all is vanity!”, the book of ecclesiastes lays bare the realities of life without any attempts to sugar-coat or glamorize it. In other words, “life stinks and then you die!”
But deep within the heartfelt cries of agony rest some very profound truths, and eye-opening insights into the meaning and purpose of life, pointing to God as the one source of life’s happiness. Continue reading “Life Stinks . . . And Then You Die: Living Well in a Sick World by Bob Hostetler”