All posts tagged Christian eBooks

Weekly Devotional: Gems From Pastor Jim 7/20/2020

Send to Kindle by Jim Hughes Ezek. 13:1-3 Then this message came to me from the LORD: “Son of man, speak against the false prophets of Israel who are inventing their own prophecies. Tell them to listen to the word of the LORD. This is what the Sovereign LORD says. ‘Destruction is certain for the […]

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The Point is … Reasons to Leave Your Church 7/17/2020

by James Collins “And upon this rock I will build my church; and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it.” Matthew 16:18b “Why didn’t you wear a tie to church today, you pinheaded nitwit?” Lois asked me with a frown on her face. Lois Steam (not her real name) is a woman in […]

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CrossReads Book Spotlight: Emerge: An Iron Sharpening Iron Collaboration

Send to Kindle CrossReads Book Spotlight Emerge: An Iron Sharpening Iron Collaboration (Realms of Our Own Book 2) by Mary C Findley Ten souls in a clinic where people with powers are forced to “fit in” to society learn that one group session can be more therapeutic than they thought possible … if they live […]

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CrossReads Short Takes: The June Bug Catcher & Irrevocable Consequence

Send to Kindle CrossReads Short Takes The June Bug Catcher by Heather Ball Winner of the Illumination Award and the Independent Publisher Book Award. The June Bug Catcher is a novel about a young woman in search of herself. Emma Drei thought she had a sparkling future awaiting her. Her adoring fiancé seems keen to […]

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Gems From Pastor Jim 7/14/2020

by Jim Hughes Ezek. 3:20-21 “If good people turn bad and don’t listen to my warning, they will die. If you did not warn them of the consequences, then they will die in their sins. Their previous good deeds won’t help them, and I will hold you responsible, demanding your blood for theirs. […]

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Hero, Villain, or Somewhere In-Between? 7/10/2020

by Shawn Lamb The typical writing course talks about protagonists and antagonists almost in a black-and-white contrast with very little gray areas. It is true that villains should be complex, yet the more one wants to prove a point, the more dramatic they tend to create the contrast between hero and villain. In […]

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CrossReads Book Spotlight: The HAUNTING of JOSIAH KASH

Send to Kindle CrossReads Book Spotlight The HAUNTING of JOSIAH KASH by Dana Pratola “The odds of being struck by lightning are practically the same as finding the love of your life.” ~Josiah Josiah doesn’t believe in ghosts. But he can’t deny this abandoned house with its dark history holds more than just shadows of […]

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CrossReads Weekly Devotional: Championing God’s Ideology 7/6/2020

Send to Kindle by Precarious Yates This is what the Lord says:  “Maintain justice      and do what is right,  for my salvation is close at hand      and my righteousness will soon be revealed.  Isaiah 56:1 There are so many ideologies flying around these days. While these are flung about, people try to pin […]

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CrossReads Book Spotlight: Unconventional Bible Heroes of the Female Persuasion

Send to Kindle CrossReads Book Spotlight Unconventional Bible Heroes of the Female Persuasion by N. I. Nwokolo 10 humorous but reverent essays on some female heroes of the Scriptures. Just not necessarily the ones you might expect!

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CrossReads Short Takes: His Eyes Told Her So & A Home for My Heart

Send to Kindle CrossReads Short Takes His Eyes Told Her So by Debra Ullrick Contemporary Christian Romance (Runaway Bride Novella) Two friends brought together again by a… A chipmunk? When wedding dress designer Bethany Galloway flees her own wedding, leaving her groom at the altar, all she wants is for him to be happy. All […]

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