FREE TODAY – Nancy Moser’s, How Do I Love Thee?, is free today for Kindle.
A shipwreck, an attic sanctum, an oppressive father, love letters, clandestine meetings, a secret marriage, an escape to Italy, the birth of a child, and happily ever after. So plays out the odd but mesmerizing life of poet Elizabeth Barrett Browning. How do I love thee? Let me count the ways.
Christy Award winning author Nancy Moser has crafted a romantic, emotion-charged novel based on the true story of beloved poet Elizabeth Barrett Browning. As a bonus, the novel includes the entire Sonnets from the Portuguese—Elizabeth’s love sonnets to Robert Browning.
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FREE TODAY – Rick Howerton is a small group expert, and the national small group strategist for NavPress. His book, A Different Kind of Tribe: Embracing the New Small Group Dynamic, is available for free today for Kindle.
Society’s definitions for family, spirituality, and even truth are different than they were ten years ago. Because these changes affect the people in your church, you need a different perspective for small-group ministry. In A Different Kind of Tribe, author and small-groups expert Rick Howerton explains what has changed, offers a new approach, and equips you to succeed. You will discover:
• What leadership traits the new small-group leader must have
• How to start groups that are more about making disciples than assimilating people into church life
• Why it’s important for groups to live a missional mindset
• What holds small-group members captive and how to set them free
Change is already here. By understanding this new paradigm, you’ll be prepared to better serve group members now and in the future.
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FREE TODAY – Robin Jones Gunn’s novel, Gardenias for Breakfast, is free today for Kindle.
“Everybody has a story. You listen to that story, Honeygirl, and your story will come find you.” Her Grand Lady spoke these words when Abby was just a girl, spending the summer in rural Louisiana, surrounded by an extended, loving family. She’s been listening carefully ever since.
Now Abby is raising her own family thousands of miles away. And even though Hawaii might seem like paradise to some, it’s a long way away from those idyllic days she remembers, sitting with her grandmother, learning about the beauty and mystery of life. So Abby has just one wish: that her daughter Hannah might be touched by the beauty of her 92-year-old Grand Lady’s stories, before it’s too late.
But when Hannah finally does spend time with Grand Lady, the old woman crushes her tender spirit. And a mother-daughter journey home becomes an adventure of discovery-about the importance of family and the healing found in forgiveness. In Gardenias for Breakfast, mothers and daughters may recognize a branch or two from their own family trees and find themselves wishing not only for Grand Lady’s guidance but also for Hannah’s ability to smell the clouds.
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A Mind Awake: An Anthology of C.S. Lewis is available today for just $2.51!
C.S. Lewis believed in the absolute logic of faith; his books, letters, and essays demonstrated the immutability of religion in his life. This collection mines their pages to bring out some of his essential lessons and to showcase the themes that provided the foundation for his philosophy: The Nature of Man, The Moral World, Sin, The Christian Commitment, Love and Sex, Hell and Heaven, and others. His preoccupations produced inspiring literature that was sometimes whimsical, often provocative, and always emotionally compelling. Here, then, is an anthology to return to again and again—whenever we most need wisdom, insight into how best to wrestle with a particular challenge, or simply the kind of unexpected perspective Lewis always provides.
“Lewis’s remorseless pursuit of clarity, his intense moral concern, [and] the peculiar hue of myth, faerie, and Eden which informs all his work . . . these are here, and in proportion to how one would find them if one were to read every Lewis ever published.” —New York Times Book Review
“A comprehensive reminder of the wit, understanding, courage, principles, and prejudices of one of the great lay preachers of our time.”—Times Literary Supplement
C. S. (Clive Staples) Lewis (1898-1963), one of the great writers of the twentieth century, also continues to be one of our most influential Christian thinkers. He wrote more than thirty books, both popular and scholarly, including The Chronicles of Narnia series, The Screwtape Letters, The Four Loves, Mere Christianity, and Surprised by Joy.
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Sandra Byrd’s, To Die For: A Novel of Anne Boleyn, is only $2.99 today for Kindle.
Sandra Byrd takes readers back to the court of Henry the Eighth in a novel that imagines the life of Anne Boleyn’s best friend, a young woman whose fortunes depend on the queen’s.
When Anne Boleyn’s star begins to ascend, of course she takes her best friend Meg Wyatt along for the ride. Life in the court of Henry VIII is thrilling at first, but as Anne’s favor rises and falls, so does Meg’s. And though she’s pledged her loyalty to Anne no matter what the test, Meg just might lose her greatest love—and her own life—because of it.
Meg’s childhood flirtation with a boy on a neighboring estate turns to true love early on. When he is called to follow the Lord, she turns her back on both the man and his God. Slowly, both woo her back through the heady times of the English reformation. In the midst of drama and intrigue, Meg finds her place in history and follows her own calling to the Lord. Meg and Anne must determine what love really means and what, in this life, is worth dying for.
Readers continue to be captivated by the Tudors, that most famous of English ruling families. To Die For seamlessly blends fact and fiction in an unforgettable tale of two fascinating lives and one unshakable faith.
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Wheaton College President and former pastor, Phil Ryken’s book, Loving the Way Jesus Loves, is just $4.99 for Kindle today.
Most people are familiar with the “love chapter” of the Bible, 1 Corinthians 13, yet Phil Ryken has something fresh to say. Drawing on the life and ministry of Jesus to illustrate what love is and isn’t, Ryken brings a unique perspective to this commonly quoted passage.
Loving the Way Jesus Loves successfully integrates biblical teaching, photography, chapter study guides, and a popular-level writing style–all of which will help you understand the profound love of Christ more deeply and, in turn, learn to love more deeply as well.
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Jeremy Cowart’s, What’s Your Mark? is available for just $1.99 on Kindle today.
Who was Jesus? What was his story? What mark did he leave? What’s your story? What will be your mark?Join celebrity photographer and social artist Jeremy Cowart as he presents 16 compelling stories of people who are making their mark today. Their stories are just a sampling of the stories that all followers of Jesus can tell—stories from those in all walks of life whose inspiration is rooted in the truths found in the Gospel of Mark. And you’ll be inspired to make your mark—whether through your occupation, your talents or your selfless love and giving to others. Your mark may be teaching children at a school or at home, helping the homeless, or providing food to the hungry. Your mark might be an accidental mark, a reluctant mark, or an intentional mark. Whatever your mark, you’ll be inspired by the stories inside this new ebook What’s Your Mark?Become a mark-maker today, and make every moment of your life count.This ebook includes:* 112 full-color pages of Scripture, stories, and photography by renowned photographer Jeremy Cowart* 16 photos and stories of people—some names you’ll recognize, others not so well known—making their mark* Scripture text of the Gospel of Mark from the bestselling New International Version (NIV) Bible
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