Thursday’s Christian eBooks

Veiled Freedom
by Jeanette Windle


Land of the Free . . . Home of the Brave. Kabul, 2001—American forces have freed Afghanistan from the Taliban. Kites have returned to the skies. Women have removed their burqas. There is dancing in the streets.
A decade later, Afghanistan is a far cry from those first images of a country freed from Taliban rule.

When Special Forces veteran Steve Wilson returns to Kabul as security chief to the Minister of Interior, he is disillusioned with the corruption and violence that has overtaken the country he fought to free. Relief worker Amy Mallory arrives in Afghanistan ready to change the world. She soon discovers that as a Western woman, the challenges are monumental. Afghan native Jamil returns to his homeland seeking work, but a painful past continues to haunt him.

About Jesus
by Connie Engel


A Brand New Release from Connie Engel. Develop a Personal, Intimate Relationship with Jesus!

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to promenade on the beach with Jesus? To hold His hand while you commune and laugh together? How about sitting down with Him over a meal? As you read About Jesus you’ll view your portrayal of Him as the Son of Man, and the Son of God. You’ll connect the dots between the Lamb of God and the Reigning King. The author will encourage and guide you to enter into a place of oneness with Jesus. She describes scenes from the Bible with projective glimpses of what it really could have been like for Him. She formulizes emotions, painful encounters, persecutions, sorrowsimmense joy, personality, character, and the intense love that Jesus has for all creation.

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(Art of Charismatic Christian Living)

Standing Tall
by Sharon Gillenwater


West Texas, 1885. Lily Chastain and her brother only wanted to get their money back. Sneaking into the hotel room of one of the outlaws who robbed and killed their father should have been easy. No one was supposed to get hurt—especially not Ransom Starr, sheriff of Willow Grove. To make amends, she and her brother take responsibility for Ransom’s care.

A former detective and Texas Ranger, Ransom had been injured before, but never this badly. As he strives to heal, Lily touches his heart in ways he’s never known. But will he be able to provide for a wife and family? Will her desire for vengeance destroy their chance at love?

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(Willow Grove, Texas Series)

Spirit of Gettysburg: Soulmates Across Time
by S. Elizabeth Calvert


Epic…Spellbinding…Thrilling Love Story Extraordinaire! Can ghosts die twice? Apparently so! “Reached #1 in Young Adult Historical Fiction on Amazon Kindle!” 

Washington, D.C.  vulnerable Maureen McAlister flees a contemporary, shattered life into the ghostly, loving arms of Confederate soldier Major Clayton Fontaine Douglas, her former husband and one-true-soulmate. He is the only man she loves and trusts. Clayton, an unrepentant Rebel and proud, brave officer in General Robert E Lee’s Army of Northern Virginia, is now a ghost stuck in time in her inherited Gettysburg, Pennsylvania estate. He is furious at God for the loss of his Country and her. He is dying again because of her…

Mercy’s Promise
by Lynn Landes


Glenn Ward needs a miracle. His wife is dying and leaving behind twin newborn sons. He returns from the war a changed man. Guilt stains his soul, and anger is growing in his heart.

Anika Coltrane needs a miracle of her own. After burying her husband and newborn daughter on the same day, she is in a desperate situation. How will she care for her six year old daughter?

An answered prayer brings two families together. Anika agrees to become a wet-nurse for the family. Delaney needs a safe place to grow up, away from sorrow and fear. Will they find shelter with the Ward family?

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(Savannah’s Promise)

How to Be a Perfect Christian
by The Babylon Bee


With a biting, satirical style reminiscent of The OnionHow to Be a Perfect Christian takes a humorous look at the quirks of cultural Christianity while subtly challenging the reader to search for more than a cultural faith.

Written in the trademark style of The Babylon Bee, this book humorously satirizes cultural Christianity while peppering in subtle challenges to the reader. Through humor and sarcasm (and a handy meter to rank your “holiness” as you progress through the book), readers will be called to find a more biblical understanding of the Christian faith, all while poking fun at the quirks of the modern, American Christian community.

Seeker’s Great Adventure
by Dian Layton, Al Berg


Seeker’s Great Adventure

Imagine an invisible Kingdom that is very, very real. It is a place where you can discover the Great King and his castle with secret towers and mysterious underground passageways. It is a place where you are invited to experience a life-changing adventure! But there is one problem…One BIG problem.

One Perfect Spring
by Irene Hannon


Who could guess that a little girl’s simple, heartfelt letter would touch so many lives—or reap so many blessings?

Eleven-year-old Haley Summers is determined to give her ailing neighbor the sixtieth birthday present she most wants—a reunion with the child she gave up for adoption more than two decades ago. And she figures a local business executive with philanthropic leanings is just the man to help her make that happen…

A Bug Collection: Four Stories from the Garden
by Max Lucado


Hermie: A Common Caterpillar – It’s about being special.
Flo, the Lyin’ Fly – It’s about telling the truth.
Webster, the Scaredy Spider – It’s about being brave.
Buzby, the Misbehaving Bee – It’s about following the rules.

The Irish Pub Cookbook
by Margaret M. Johnson, Leigh Beisch


It’s a celebration of over 70 pub classics: thick soups and stews; savory tarts and meaty pies; big bowls of salad (times change!); and desserts of the seconds-are-always-appropriate variety. There’s shepherd’s pie, fish and chips, seafood chowder, and whiskey bread pudding for those with a taste for the quintessential.