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Genre(s): Cookbooks Food & Wine | Seasonal
Drawing from the popular 101 Days of Christmas series at LifeYourWay.net, Mandi Ehman has handpicked the best recipes, crafts and projects from the archives and compiled them into one easy-to-navigate ebook. Whether you’re looking for a craft to do with your children, a new cookie recipe to share with your friends and neighbors, or a simple handmade gift to make for someone you love, this ebook includes 101 simple ideas and tutorials!
You’ll also find bonus sections with even more ways to make Christmas meaningful for your family and links to dozens of printables to help you get organized for the holidays.
Genre(s): Religion & Spirituality | Christian Living
Frustrated With The Church In America? You’re Not Alone.
The church in the West is undeniably a church in crisis. Most of Europe is already post-Christian, and Christianity in the United States is quickly following suit. One in five Americans identify themselves as nonreligious, much of public Christianity defines itself in terms of political stances rather than holiness or discipleship, and churches in Africa, China, and Latin America are now sending their missionaries to us. As Christians, we are losing our place as influencers of western culture.This is not the first time the church has faced such a challenge, however. Reading through the letters penned by Paul the Apostle to the early churches, we discover that the overwhelming majority of them were in similar crisis. The Corinthians were being consumed by the hyper sexual culture in which they were embedded. The church in Galatia was abandoning the faith and turning to follow false teachers. The Thessalonians and Colossians, too, were facing travail and challenge and internal strife.In the midst of this, we discover Paul’s letter to the Ephesians. This letter stood apart. Rather than a letter of correction, it became a letter of praise, uplifting a body of Christians that seemed to get it. To these people, then, Paul unpacks his theology of the church. It is here that he begins communicating what it means to become people who stand apart, who embody holiness, and who become the hope of a broken world.And hope they became. We stand as recipients of their legacy, of the power of the people of God who lived in ways that changed an empire and then the world. These were people who planted their feet in a hostile world surrounded by a church in crisis. These are people who can still speak to us today.In Raising Ephesus: Christian Hope for a Post-Christian Age, pastor and teacher T E Hanna (the writer behind Of Dust & Kings – one of the most read ministry blogs in the world) offers us a glimpse into our modern age through the eyes of the ancients, reminding us what it truly means to be the Church and calling us to raise Ephesus once more in the midst of the post-Christian West.
What People Are Saying About Raising Ephesus:
“…channeling the boldness of Luther, the honesty of Augustine, the heart of Wesley and the calling of the Holy Spirit the Author of “Raising Ephesus” challenges the body of the Messiah to seek their first Love… “Raising Ephesus” unfolds like a map guiding the reader to new ideas, actions and challenges that if applied, could impact America into another Great Awakening!” ~ J. R. Jones, Author of The Morning Star
“…As I read this, I got the clear sense that God’s Holy Spirit picked up T E Hanna’s finger and put it squarely on the pulse of our current Christian culture…” ~ Mark Capron
“…Facing a society that, on a good day is lukewarm towards today’s church, Raising Ephesus calls us back to the words of Paul…..a call to an authentic relationship with Christ and with each other…the kind of relationship that leaves a lasting impact.” ~ Emily Carson
“…when I started reading Raising Ephesus, I found both a critical look at the modern day church and hope for redirecting the church’s future… It challenged me to be less selfish about how I look at being a part of a church and inspired me to remember why we “do church” in the first place.” ~ Allison McClish
“…[Raising Ephesus] opened my eyes to a very real perspective of how the relationship between modern Christians and God can and should be. Ephesus challenges us to examine our own relationship with Him and then tells us how we can strengthen it.” ~ Ashley H.
Genre(s): Mystery Thriller & Suspense | Romance
Katie Reid is living the quintessential Southern California life. A dream job and her college sweetheart Spencer, top it all off. But the nightmares that have been haunting her for months are getting worse.
After seeking help from Dr. Reyes, it becomes apparent that Katie is dealing with something much deeper and much more sinister. Her only solution is to delve into a past that no one wants her to remember.
With the horrific discovery of a secret kept hidden for years, Katie is drawn into a world mired in evil and lost innocence. And only with the help of Detective Marshall Avery will she be able to channel her pain and anger.
But, will he be able to contain Katie’s desire for vengeance that has begun to unravel her perfect life?
The first in a two-part series, Redwood Violet will keep you firmly in its grip and refuse to let go!
“Redwood Violet is one of those books you should not open unless you have time to read it because you won’t want to put this book down. From page one I was hooked on this fascinating mystery/crime solving read.”
Genre(s): Fantasy | Teen & Young Adult
Homely, awkward farmboy Jode Lintwich has always longed for adventure and greatness: two things which can’t be had in his humble village and which don’t happen often to anyone like himself. But desperation can change anyone’s destiny-and Jode is desperate enough to try.
A visit to a local witch, a few coins, and an inadvertant promise transforms Jode into something beyond his wildest imaginings; and also causes him to be cast out of his own village for good. A wanderer turned loose in the world, Jode must learn the truth about the magic upon him and embrace a destiny greater than any ever before conceived by his mind. If he wants to survive, he must find the one key to his ultimate happiness and escape the danger inflicted upon him by the two-sided coin of the witch’s magic.
From a pirate ship to the sands of the desert, from a mercenary knight to a monarch’s deceptive pawn, the adventures of Jode-turned-Handsome-Jack are as a varied as his namesake’s tales … and as far from his true fate as he could possibly imagine.
Book One of Briggs and Steinbrenner’s retelling of CINDERELLA spins a tale of multiple threads as varied as their characters’ fates: an awkward boy spun into a hero by magic, an unhappy orphan girl languishing in a house filled with secrets, a homely witch of unexpected powers and a coldblooded noblewoman of mysterious past. A tale of magic makers and fortune tellers, of con artists and criminals, bandits and sultans, artists and peasants, servants and monarchs, all bound by the common thread of one boy’s existence.
Other Books in The Dark Woods Series:
Cindermaid (Coming in October)
First Bite: The Wicked Queen’s Tale
The Fairy Godmother’s Apprentice
Snow White’s Knight and Magic Mirror
Genre(s): Biographies & Memoirs | Entertainers
In December 2011, 21-year-old Victoria’s Secret model Kylie Bisutti stunned the fashion industry when she chose faith over fame and fortune and made the switch from supermodel to role model.
In I’m No Angel, Kylie shares her story–from her early years struggling to make it big in the cut-throat world of modeling, her “big break” winning the Victoria’s Secret Runway Angel competition, and the disillusionment and spiritual warfare that followed, to the moment she realized that she could no longer reconcile her career with her Christian beliefs, surrendered her life to God, said goodbye to the runway, and dedicated her life to preaching a message of modesty and inner beauty.
Along the way, Kylie talks about her personal struggles with inadequacy, low self-esteem, and her near-constant quest for approval in a world where you can never be thin enough, pretty enough, or sexy enough. She helps readers understand that true beauty lies within and that real fulfillment comes from knowing, loving, and serving Christ.
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