Juliette is heart-broken after waiting in vain almost ten years for a proposal from her boyfriend. Determined she isn’t “getting over Mike” quickly enough, her three sisters devise The Monday ManDates; an intervention plan requiring Juliette to endure what turns out to be a series of remarkably disastrous blind dates…
All she wanted was a peaceful holiday. Determined to escape an unwelcome suitor, Ginny Granger flees to her brother’s home in Eastern Oregon for the holiday season. Returning to the community where she spent her childhood years, she plans to relax and enjoy a peaceful visit. Not expecting to encounter the boy she once loved, her exile proves to be anything but restful.
(Hardman Holidays Series)
This Bible study digs deep into each letter from Screwtape, an undersecretary in the lowerarchy of Hell, to his incompetent nephew Wormwood a junior devil. Perfect for small group sessions this interactive workbook includes daily, individual study with a complete answer guide available online. Designed as a 12-week study, multiple week format options are also included.
Building on stories and illustrations from 3:16 The Numbers of Hope by Max Lucado, this 64-page evangelistic book leads the readers word-by-word through John 3:16, the passage that he calls the “Hope Diamond” of scripture. It’s the perfect way to introduce the gospel to friends and acquaintances through Max Lucado’s warm and easy to understand writing style. Experience God’s grace and plan of salvation for the first time or use this booklet to share the message of hope with someone you know.
A Call for Every Christian to Move from Shallow Living to Deep Faith. In The Dangers of a Shallow Faith, renowned theologian A.W. Tozer warns believers in Christ against the great danger of spiritual lethargy. He urges Christians to be aware of the times in which they live and to recognize how attempting to live a life for God on autopilot will actually undermine their faith. For Tozer, the risks are so significant that “breaking out from the tyranny of spiritual lethargy – whatever the cost – should be the number-one priority of every Christian.”