A Christian Jason Bourne, only better. CIA operative Alex Halee infiltrates a cyberwarfare lab in North Korea run by the notorious Pok. When he’s captured and thrown into prison, he gets help from the most unlikely source. Another best seller from Terry Toler, winner of the prestigious American Book Fest 2020 Best Book Award for Religious Fiction.
It is time for believers to start living in the reality of who we are in Christ. Our Identity in Christ has been restored and revealed; it is time to initiate.
What better way can you think of to start off 2021 than with a great book? And if you want a book that will help you develop a deeper and more meaningful relationship with God “Through the Eyes of a Shepherd” should be #1 on your lest. “Through the Eyes of a Shepherd” is a devotional book reminding us that being called God’s sheep is a compliment…not an insult. Each brief story shared by shepherd and author, Darla Noble, is a reminder of just how blessed we are to be cared for by the Good Shepherd and the assurance that he is always there; listening, watching, providing, and loving. “Through the Eyes of a Shepherd” is an excellent resource for personal or group devotions, sermon illustrations, communion meditations, and children’s lessons.
Come along with Jabulani, a boy in Southern Africa, as he lives with purpose and loves with purpose. Jabulani learns how the little ways that he helps his family and friends can add up to big rewards, and that no matter how small you are, you can accomplish big things. In doing so, Jabulani shares his story across diverse cultural lines and at the same time introduces his culture from the Ndebele tribe of the Republic of South Africa to other children through this story of a week in his life.
There’s nowhere to hide.
The time of the virus has passed, but war now looms on the horizon.
Compelled by fear, an injured Drew Murphy, tormented by his own demons, is determined to get home to save his family from the vilest of mankind.
Meanwhile, news anchor Glen Daniels has arrived in New York City and has become the face of the country as it rebuilds. Evil has returned and is prepared to release War, the second Horseman of the Apocalypse. Possessing anyone in its path, his plan will stop at nothing to destroy humanity.
Can Drew and his newfound friends stop the aftermath of the ominous entity and survive the most devastating war the world has ever seen?
Don’t miss this exciting continuation to E.M. Kelly’s award-winning novel, Addiction & Pestilence, from his A Journey Through Hell series.
**Contains strong language and violence.
New Release! Sweet Romance in a Rough and Tumble Town.
Truitt’s Truth is on SALE .99 February 11-17.
With the California Gold Rush of 1849, the toughest man in town, Truitt, is ready to face the truth. Putting his fighting career aside, he needs to get out of Hangtown. The unruly mining town named after the night his father was unjustly hung.
But mudslides and Truitt Emerson do not mix. Now he’s stranded with two ladies from back east that his boss expects delivered to Hangtown all in one piece. One young lady he would leave behind, the other beauty clutching a silly case, has him looking back to watch her every move.
When Cassidy O’Ryan moved from her Irish Grandparent’s home as a child, her beloved violin became her prized possession. Unwilling to heed her father’s wishes by marrying his business colleague, she promises to travel to the gold rush town of Hangtown to wed her cousin she’s only met as a child. What she didn’t promise was that she wouldn’t trade places with her ladies’ maid and pursue her love of singing and violin in the new state of California.
The young women had months to plan the switch. It shouldn’t be a problem until her cousin sends Truitt Emerson to pick them up and escort them to Hangtown. Truitt is not only the town boxer, but he’s also her cousin’s bodyguard. The sudden desire to trust in this handsome stranger is unusual.
Until Truitt burns her beloved violin.
Cassidy now has her own fight to find her truth, her freedom in this rough mining town.
Neither Truitt nor Cassidy are prepared for the compelling attraction that’s desperate for an honest future.
Can the truth prevail, or is it too late?
PG-Standalone, happy-ending, clean romance with a touch of pepper.
The singing frog sisters love to sing about their favorite numbers, but they are not like most frogs. Cricket is very hungry and about to learn their secret. Will they all become friends? Will Cricket be too afraid? This story has a big surprise!
Annette finds herself stranded on the prairie of the Kansas Territory. With her fiancé dead, she knows she will not be able to drive the covered wagon over the mountains until spring. Alone and terrified, there is only one choice… Cole.
Cole knows he can help Annette survive but he doesn’t know if she can fit into the rough life living on a ranch requires. In spite of his doubts, he offers her a bargain in trade for food and shelter.
Can two independent people strike a bargain on the prairie and survive the Kansas winter together?
'An Extraordinary Novel' – Midwest Book Review –
Pastor turned long-haul trucker, Mack, struggles with grief and perceived failures as a minister while he is confronted with a mysterious hitchhiker, smugglers, and a determined killer.
A journey that began as a search for solitude and windshield therapy after his wife Georgia's murder becomes a high stakes adventure as a Texas Ranger and high ranking FBI agent seek to track down her killer.
A pair of hapless criminals botch an attempted break in of Mack's trailer which leads to the discovery of a sinister plot involving Georgia's killer. Mack's journey from his hometown of Pampa, Texas to Chicago introduces a cast of characters who seek to use him to deliver a load far more destructive than anyone could have imagined.
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If the Son has set us free, then why are so many Christians still struggling with toxic emotions keeping them in constant pain and suffering?
When best-selling and award-winning author, Terry Toler, discovered through Scripture that emotions were meant for present reality, he wrote a book that revealed a new approach to emotional freedom.
Feeling Free is unique with its entirely different biblical approach to mastering emotions based on current reality. The premise is that most people struggle with their emotions because they combine present troubles with past hurts and future worries. That creates an overload of emotional instability.
The story begins in Pittsburgh’s in the early 1900s, where we meet Jennifer, her husband Bill, and their children. Bill works for Jennifer’s father’s bank. Jennifer’s mother raised her and her sister on a tight lease allowing them very little freedom Jennifer defied her mother when she enrolled in a Nursing Academy and again when she eloped with Bill. Her mother screamed, “You’ll regret the day you married him, then never spoke to her again.
Five years went by and Jennifer felt she was the happiest woman alive. She lived in a beautiful house on ten acres of farmland, with her handsome husband and three beautiful children. One morning Jennifer noticed her son Andrew had a high fever and urgently called their family doctor. He quickly arrives and examines Andrew. His throat and ears are infected. The doctor gives Jennifer medicine that she must give him every four hours. Bill stays by Andrew’s bed during the night and in the early morning, falls asleep. After two hours he suddenly awakens and notices that Andrew is not breathing. The family doctor rushes over, and tells them that Andrew has passed away. Bill blames himself for the death of his son and spirals into alcoholic addiction. Bill disappears and is discovered half-dead in an alley by a faith-healing church’s pastor. Bill has lost his memory and the pastor takes care of him. When Bill regains his memory he returns to his family.
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“A refreshing and powerful new look at the results of shifting perceptions to your true spiritual nature.” Alan Cohen, author of My Father’s View.
Living In Grace is a profound, thought-provoking guide to shifting perceptions to reveal what is hidden in plain sight—heaven on earth.
If you are tired of fooling around with material-based thinking that only puts Band-Aids on problems, and if you are ready to choose spiritual perception and the spiritual solution, then Living In Grace: The Shift to Spiritual Perception is the answer.
In this book, Beca Lewis will guide you through powerful-proven-practical-perception-shifting exercises and provide useful tools for shifting anytime, anywhere, and in any situation.
You will restudy the book repeatedly because each time your perception shifts, you will experience greater insight into Reality.
Living In Grace provides practical tools like The 7 Steps To Shift and an eight step-by-step system based on the word GRACIOUS, making the process of perception-shifting easy to remember and simple to use.
Chapter by chapter, it takes the reader on an inner journey that encourages her to achieve her goals, and lead a spiritual life.
This book will be a constant companion for every advanced or beginning student of spirituality. It provides answers about the nature of God, and his children, for every honest seeker of Truth simply and elegantly.