Where does a new believer turn to find truth? The Christian narrative today has morphed into a fluid and philosophical commentary centered around social injustices and motivational messages that rarely align with the gospel that Jesus preached. Sin is ignored and repentance is avoided by those who over exaggerate grace and diminish the holiness of God by suggesting he accepts us whether we are faithful to him or not. In a knee jerk response to the strict religious shackles of the early church many of today’s preachers bask in the hyper-sensitivity that accompanies the “cancel culture” that proclaims it will not be judged. In The Gospel Truth, Bezan has endeavored to dissect prominent Christian religious denominations in order to expose their internal theologies and scrutinize the details of their doctrine under the litmus test of scripture. He offers legitimate discernment to differentiate between truth and almost truth and conveys an intelligible recognition of the genuine vs the counterfeit in a detailed and comprehensive assessment that leaves the reader judiciously satisfied. We have an opportunity in this life to sincerely contemplate the things of God. We are provided with a window in time to question the hidden mysteries of scripture and truly discover who God is. The good news is that God has provided a path to salvation through Jesus Christ and the gospel contains the truths that solve the mysteries that have eluded men for millennia.
Why Know the Significance of the Film ‘Royal Love Story From The Grave’? tells the true story of how Kevin Douglas Wright’s very first film project came to be a feature-length movie that he produced, wrote, and directed with literally no experience, absolutely zero Hollywood connections, and a film production budget of -$0.00. This movie is Now a Major Motion Picture!
⦿ Discover this early biographical story about the individual director Kevin Douglas Wright.
⦿ This is an excellent addition to your current filmmaking library of guides & reviews about television, film & video, direction & production, and screenwriting.
⦿ It’s a remarkable journey that required a tremendous amount of motivational & inspirational courage.
Have you ever felt so confused and overwhelmed by untamable emotions? You are not alone. Grief is a very unpredictable and ever-changing process. Carrie figured that because she had been exposed to some grief and loss situations early in life that this made her well prepared for loss going forward. Well, she was wrong!
Even though Carrie had been exposed to grief and loss as early as the age of 8, she would learn that the loss of a very dear loved one to ALS(Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis) would send her on an unpredictable and turbulent journey of grief and despair.
‘Then There Were … Two Murders?’ is the second book in the Miss Riddell Cozy Mystery series. It follows directly after ‘In the Beginning, There was a Murder’ where, at the end, Miss Riddell receives a letter asking for her help.
The letter is from an elderly widow living out in the English countryside. It’s winter 1953/54 and England is still suffering from the after-effects of WW2 and the costs of the ongoing Korean War. Miss Riddell goes to meet the woman, arrives at her house only to find her dead, suicide apparently.
She tells the police why she was invited by the woman — the woman thought her friend had been murdered months before. However, the police and coroner rule this death to be suicide and dismiss the idea the earlier old woman’s death was anything but natural causes.
Miss Riddell sets out to prove them wrong with her friend Poppy and the old lady’s dog, Jem. Unfortunately, like the police, Miss Riddell can find no conclusive evidence and her supporters give up. Her only hope in the end is to put herself in harm’s way and hope the murderer takes the bait.
There are Three Major Revelations in this Book:
1. There is a partial Rapture
2. which takes place near the end of the seven-year Tribulation
3. just before the Wrath of God is poured out on the Earth.
“If you’re looking for direction, inspiration or even comfort, read this book!” (Amazon review)
Become inspired as I take you into the angelic realm with my visits, spiritual encounters, along with the messages and the signs that are being revealed to me to deliver to others. It will provide you with a sense of hope and healing of one’s heart, mind, and soul. Engulf yourself into a peaceful, uplifting and mystifying read! “Spellbinding!” (Amazon review)
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Best described as slyly funny and heart-warming, That’s How It Was: Operation Finders Keepers is uniquely written in letter format. Written from a ten-year-old boy’s perspective, Randy Ray’s letters prove to be captured moments in time just waiting to be discovered by his daughters thirty-seven years later. These treasured memories allow his daughters to get to know the boy who became their father.
A small but profound book that unpacks Jesus’ deeply challenging statements about ‘becoming like little children’, one word at a time.
A welcome message for the worn-out and tired Christian, this book will open your eyes to remembering that beautiful state of childlike wonder.
That’s How It Was: Operation Finders Keepers comes under “interesting children’s fiction” category. This is a unique children’s book because it is primarily done in letter format. Set in the late 1960s, the letters are to Randy Ray’s future family. His ten-year-old self shares his perspective on people, animals, and faith as he contemplates whimsical and not-so-whimsical career choices. Who would have guessed that a class assignment would lead to captured moments in time waiting to be discovered by his daughters thirty-seven years later! His letters allow his daughters, Sarah and Melissa, to get to know the boy who became their father, and understand the essence of what it means to grow up country.
The late summer Sunday morning in 1905 appeared to be as boring as ever for Mary Johns Leonard until a stranger slid into the pew in front of her and her daughter Callie.
When the prayer ended, Mary stole a glance at the stranger before turning to the right page in the hymnal. She began to sing. The tenor voice of the stranger singing “Love Devine All Loves Excelling” was the most beautiful male voice she had ever heard. Could he be a professional singer passing through?
Mary’s eyes strayed to his broad shoulders more than once during the sermon. The collar on his shirt was clean, but frayed. Surely no traveling performer would have such a frayed collar. His straight black hair was clean but a bit too long at the nape of his neck. Working too hard to stop for a haircut?
The next day Mary looked up from the counter in her pappa’s general store to see the stranger. By the time he left, she knew he had grown up in Oregon where he worked at a sawmill and later helped build ships. A shipyard man. Clearly not like anyone she had ever known. A very interesting stranger.
Come along with Mary and Bill in their rocky journey of learning more about themselves and each other. This book does not easily fit into a neat category. Mary’s journey of self-discovery is Women’s Fiction. The love story of Mary and Bill is unmistakable Romance. It could be called Christian fiction since their faith is a significant part of their love story. Call it what you will and enjoy the journey of Mary and Bill.