Friday’s Christian eBooks

Dare to Dream Again
by Alana Terry
LIMITED TIME FREE

KINDLE NOOKKOBO

Will love bloom just as sweet the second time around? Losing her husband has taught Gloria more than anything else how to rely on God.

His grace alone gave her the strength to raise her children — a sweet angel with cerebral palsy as well as a daughter who wants nothing more than to serve God as a missionary on foreign soil.


Beyond the Storm
by Carolyn Zane
KINDLE BARGAIN

KINDLE NOOK AUDIBLE KOBO

After a tornado rips through her town, store owner Abigail comes across a piece of fabric from a wedding dress among the devastation. Abigail is moved to start collecting other swatches of fabric she finds – her neighbor’s kitchen curtains, a man’s necktie, a dog’s bed – which she stashes in shopping bags. As she pursues her seemingly absurd quest, horrible realities spark the question, “What kind of a God would allow such tragedy?”

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(Quilts of Love Series)


Sugar Fork
by Walt Larimore
KINDLE BARGAIN

KINDLE NOOK AUDIBLE KOBO

A cast of delightful characters, including gypsy siblings, Cherokee Indians, a granny midwife, a world-famous writer, and even a flesh-and-blood Haint, join our heroine, sixteen-year-old Abbie Randolph, in her life-and-death struggle. Abbie falls in love for the first time, helps run the farm, and mothers her independent sisters while battling to preserve her faith when senseless murders threaten to destroy her family and way of life…

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(Hazel Creek)


Praying the Lord’s Prayer
by Cleddie Keith
LIMITED TIME FREE

KINDLE

You Can Pray the Way Jesus Prayed! Everyone who wants to pray effectively needs to read this book.

Pastor Cleddie Keith is a living testimony of the power of prayer. Anyone can teach theory, but Praying the Lord’s Prayer gives you all the secrets that Pastor Keith has discovered by experience over the years he has walked with God.


The Irony of Grace
by Chandler Gerber
LIMITED TIME FREE

KINDLE

Chandler Gerber, a husband and father, resides with his family near Bluffton, Indiana, where he was born and raised. He speaks throughout the country on the topics of driving safety, forgiveness, overcoming obstacles, and a variety of similar themes. His life plans never included speaking or being involved in the public eye, but God has a way of using each of us as He sees fit.


Echoes of Mercy
by Kim Vogel Sawyer
KINDLE BARGAIN

KINDLE NOOK AUDIBLE KOBO

Sometimes a secret must be kept for the truth to be revealed. When a suspicious accident occurs at the famous Dinsmore Chocolate Factory in Sinclair, Kansas, Caroline Lang goes undercover as a factory worker to investigate the circumstances surrounding the event and how the factory treats its youngest employees – the child workers. Caroline’s fervent faith, her difficult childhood, and compassionate heart drove her to her job as an investigator for the Labor Commission…


The Offering
by Angela Hunt
KINDLE BARGAIN

KINDLE NOOKKOBO

One innocent mistake… a lifetime of consequences. After growing up as an only child, Amanda Lisandra wants a big family. But since she and her soldier husband can’t afford to have more children right away, Mandy decides to earn money as a gestational carrier for a childless couple. She loves being pregnant, and while carrying the child she dreams of having her own son and maybe another daughter…


Fatal Trust
by Todd M. Johnson
KINDLE BARGAIN

KINDLE NOOKKOBO

Riveting Legal Suspense from Lawyer Todd M. Johnson

Ian Wells is a young criminal defense attorney struggling to build a Minneapolis law practice he inherited from his father while caring for a mother with Alzheimer’s. Nearly at the breaking point, everything changes for Ian when a new client offers a simple case: determine whether three men qualify for over nine million dollars of trust funds.


A Friend in Me
by Pamela Havey Lau
KINDLE BARGAIN

KINDLE NOOKKOBO

Young women long for relational connection with women further ahead of them on the journey. Yet, without realizing it, many of us tend to distance ourselves from those in younger generations. Can we really have close relationships with women who have different thoughts on church, different experiences with family, and different ways of talking about God? Where do we start?