Sunday’s Christian eBooks

A Hope Revealed
by Karen Baney


Pain. Disappointment. Fear. Life turned out differently than Mary Colter expected. With her abusive husband either missing or dead, and the ranch gone, she is left to raise her two children on her own. When a neighbor takes compassion on her, she finds her hope ignited – perhaps she can start over on her brother-in-law’s ranch in Arizona.

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The Kingdom to Come
by Jennifer Ball


A Brand New Release from. War isn’t coming. It’s already here. Prepare for the final battle. In a kingdom ruled by a powerful monarchy focused on dominion, an opposition develops from the king’s own son, Prince Karhiad. While the ruthless King Vilsig envisions conquest of all kingdoms, his son’s own heart has a different direction. Prince Karhiad is more focused on the humanity of the citizens than he is his father’s instructions on how to one day lead the Kingdom of Merrhius with power.

All the while, the threat of wickedness from a dark sinister force from the past erupts and bleeds over into the present and future times…

Collision of Wills
by Evangeline Kelly


A Brand New Release from Evangeline Kelly Dylan. A snobby rich girl meets a rough around the edges artist. Can two people from completely different worlds come together?

Dylan West wanted to be an artist, but he felt confined to a life painting houses instead. Despite the fact that he longed for something more, he was determined to follow the path his father set out for him.

One night, after volunteering at a teen center, Alexa walked to her car alone and was nearly assaulted. Dylan came to her rescue, and the two were forced to spend time together in urgent care.

Amish Acres: The Celery Patch
by Samantha Bayarr


New Release from Samantha Bayarr. When someone grows an oversized patch of celery in Naomi’s field, she gets accused of trying to “catch” a husband.

When a celery patch mysteriously pops up overnight in the Yoder’s field, it begins to draw some unwanted suitors competing for Naomi’s hand. Will rumors spread by a jealous friend damage her reputation and threaten her chances of marrying the man she loves?

The Treasure Seeker
by Teena Stewart


God is a Treasure Seeker who pursues a relationship with us, His lost treasure. We, the searchers, are looking for the one priceless thing that makes life meaningful. Once we discover and enter this relationship, God assumes the role of Master Jeweler who lovingly shapes, refines, polishes, and incorporates our flaws, transforming us into the beautiful jewels we are meant to be. The Treasure Seeker speaks especially to women, helping them feel valued while incorporating scripture for life application.

So Much to Celebrate
by Thomas Nelson


Create beautiful memories for your family and friends with help from Katie Jacobs, a stylist for Reese Witherspoon’s lifestyle brand Draper James. In this essential guide to entertaining, Katie reveals her secrets for throwing fantastic parties for any occasion, from a casual backyard movie night to a lavish holiday party.

Grace, Not Perfection
by Emily Ley


This eBook includes the full text of the book plus an exclusive Overcoming Overwhelm ebook not found in the hardcover! I will hold myself to a standard of grace, not perfection.

As a busy wife, new mother, business owner, and designer, Emily Ley came to a point when she suddenly realized she couldn’t do it all. She needed to simplify her life, organize her days, and prioritize the priorities. She decided to hold herself to a standard of grace rather than perfection.

One Beautiful Dream
by Jennifer Fulwiler, Melanie Shankle


Pursue your passions, love your family, and say goodbye to guilt – pipe dream or possibility? 

Work and family, individuality and motherhood, the creative life and family life – women are told constantly that they can’t have it all. One Beautiful Dream is the deeply personal, often humorous tale of what happened when one woman dared to believe that you can have it all – if you’re willing to reimagine what having it all looks like.