Wednesday’s Christian eBooks

Through Thick & Thin
by Natasha D. Frazier


Engaged, pregnant, and unsure of her baby’s father, Raegan’s troubles have multiplied. In the sequel to the award-winning title, Love, Lies & Consequences, Raegan learns what it feels like to be loved completely. In turn, she must learn to forgive and return that same love that was given to her. Forgiveness and understanding won’t come easily.

Caleb has promised to stay by her side–but will her guilt push him away? Will they stick with each other Through Thick & Thin . . . or will the consequences of their past sins be too much to bear?

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(Love, Lies & Consequences Series)

A Sheriff to Save Her
by Chloe Carley


A Brand New Release from Chloe Carley.

Can sheriff Spencer save her before an unexpected man from the town’s past re-emerges and changes everything?

If you like fast-paced inspirational romance, you won’t be able to put down this compulsively addictive Novel by Chloe Carley

Make-Believe Marriage
by Vivi Holt


New release from Vivi Holt. A baker with a past, a heartbroken billionaire and a Vegas wedding.

Rachel Hill longs for a family of her own, but time is ticking away and she’s never been able to get past the loss of her high-school boyfriend.

Daniel Montgomery leaves the family business to strike out on his own when his fiancee calls off the wedding leaving him alone, confused and broken-hearted…

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(Make-Believe Series)

The Janus Journals
by H. L. Wegley


When her father is murdered, he left her with a warning, an assassin on her trail, and his secret history contained in a set of journals. As Allie tries to elude the assassin and read the journals, she learns that the loving father who raised her was not the man he appeared to be, and the man she must now trust with her life is someone Allie must never trust with her heart. At strong safety, Grady Jamison could defend against opponents in the red zone, but he couldn’t stop the drunk driver who hit his car and killed his sister.

Does Allie Petrenko’s call for help mean Grady has been given a second chance, a chance to do things right?

Amazing Truths
by Michael Guillen


How Science and the Bible Agree.

Are science and religion hopelessly at odds with one another in their view of truth? Not if you read physicist Michael Guillen’s new book on truth, which shows that the two sources of truth, scientific and religious, are not opposed but in surprising agreement.

NIV, New Mom’s Prayer Bible
by Zondervan


Got a Minute? Only a minute? This Bible is designed just for you. Being a new mom presents many challenges, but it doesn’t have to keep you from finding time to connect with God. Throughout the NIV New Mom’s Prayer Bible you will find 52 one-minute “Thought-Starters” that let you dip into God’s Word for a minute of refreshment. These are followed by an option for a five-minute “Pray” exercise or a ten-minute “Study” exercise that will help you learn even more about what God’s Word has to say to you today.

The Deepest Waters
by Dan Walsh


For John and Laura Foster, what began as a fairytale honeymoon in 1857 aboard the steamship SS Vandervere, quickly turns into a nightmare. A terrible hurricane strikes and the grand ship begins to sink. Just before it goes under, a rescue ship appears on the horizon. But it only has room enough to save the women and children. Laura soon finds herself sailing away toward New York city on a ship filled with orphans and widows, to meet John’s family whom she’s never met. Desperate for a miracle, Laura braces herself to face life alone.

The Gifted
by Terri Blackstock


Three friends whose lives needed a jolt… An earthquake that struck without warning… A supernatural gifting of mysterious powers…

The Gifted is one of Terri Blackstock’s most intriguing novels. A massive natural disaster leads to an even more earth-shaking supernatural transformation in the lives of three friends who have no idea why they’ve been spared or infused with these distinct gifts.

NIV, Homeschool Mom’s Bible
by Janet Tatman


Heartfelt Inspiration to Revive, Encourage, and Strengthen the Homeschooling Mom

If you’re on an airplane, you’re instructed, in the event of a loss of cabin pressure, to put on your own oxygen mask before helping your child. The reason? If you don’t have a supply of oxygen, you won’t be able to help anyone else.

The same is true for the rest of life: you can’t give what you don’t have. And as a homeschooling mom, you pour yourself out every day for the sake of your children. Yet how do you fill yourself up? Where do you get your spiritual oxygen?