Sunday’s Christian eBooks

by Andy Ripley


For thousands of years, Satan has been marshalling his forces, launching systematic attacks on the sons of Adam. He has launched his barrages against believers and unbelievers alike. For Christians, there is an advantage when facing the evil onslaughts.

The Bible details the devil’s methods and tactics. Paul says in II Corinthians chapter two that we are not ignorant of Satan’s devices. We have seen him act to steal God’s word from hearts, to twist God’s word in false teaching, and to sow doubt. We have heard his favorite lies and accusations, we have observed him engendering fear, and we have witnessed him sowing tares among the wheat. But too many followers of Jesus Christ remain unaware of the varied ways that Satan weakens, blinds and sickens them.

In this book, many of his modes of attack are laid out, with the goal that believers will be more thoroughly fortified against the father of lies.

Asking for a Miracle
by Billie Houston


Carole Garner’s life is serene and secure until she learns her recently-deceased Aunt Effie was, in reality, her mother. As she tries to adjust to this shocking news, her husband’s infidelity of twenty years ago comes to light. Leaving her husband and daughter, Carole retreats to the home her mother left her.

Jack Garner searches for a way to persuade his wife to forgive him. When he begs Carole to return to him, she agrees—but with one condition. Jack refuses her terms and storms out into the night.

Carole is faced with the most difficult decision of her life. Should she divorce her unfaithful husband, or hold fast to her marriage vows, trust God, and stay?

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(Second Chances Christian Romance Series)

The Marquess’ Love Gamble
by Bridget Barton


Brand New Release from Bridget Barton

Juliette Harcourt’s hopes are dashed when her long-awaited suitor, Nicholas, returns not with a proposal, but with news of his engagement to another. Heartbroken and reeling from disappointment, Juliette crosses paths once more with Alexander, the Marquis of Cavendish, a man she shared a fleeting encounter with a year ago in the secrecy of an orangery.

Can Juliette summon the strength to let go of her unrequited love and embrace the possibility of a new path with Alexander?

Alexander, burdened by societal expectations and pressured to wed, finds himself drawn to Juliette’s quiet strength and sincerity…

by J. P. Redding


From the halls of D.C. to the remote shores of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, OFF GRID is a wild ride through a dystopian near future of mass surveillance.

In the wake of a global calamity, the economy collapses. The Feds respond by wielding every power of the Welfare State to control the populace. A key tool is PivPal, an indispensable smartphone used to track citizens. As civil liberties crumble, resistance is relegated to flyover country whose residents—derided as off-gridders—cling to the time-honored virtues of freedom, self-reliance, and charity.

Against this backdrop, Jenny Hernandez struggles to keep her rural church community nourished and safe. Hiding from the Feds, a team of inventors, and Jenny’s ex, arrive to complete the amazing plasma drive. They bring hope, but also the watchful eye of Big Brother. With the authorities closing in, local law enforcement must choose sides.

The Gardins of Edin
by Rosey Lee


When the bonds in their family begin to fray, four Black women fight to preserve their legacy, heal their wounds, and move forward together in this heartwarming contemporary debut novel with loose parallels to beloved women from the Bible.

“The surprises and heart in this fast-paced family drama kept me turning pages late into the night.” – KJ Dell’Antonia, New York Times bestselling author of The Chicken Sisters

The four women of the Gardin family live side-by-side in Edin, Georgia, but residing in tight proximity doesn’t mean everything is picture-perfect. Ruth runs the family’s multimillion-dollar peanut business, a legacy of the Gardins’ formerly enslaved ancestors. But tensions have intensified since the death of her husband, Beau, and she feels like an outsider in the very place she wishes to belong…

by Kimberly Grist


An orphan longing for security, a reclusive rancher bound by the stipulations of his inheritanceand a proxy marriage that will meet their needs in ways they never expected.

Clementine has nothing to her name but a quilt and some second-hand clothing. She’s aged out of the orphanage and can’t afford to be choosey. But she is determined to make the best of things. If it’s true that the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach, surely any minor flaws like my sassiness will fade away with the aroma of fresh bread.”

Disappointed in love, Caleb Ellis is content to live a reclusive lifestyle on the outskirts of his family’s ranch. But his father had other ideas and left a condition that he must marry to obtain his inheritance…

Thinking Loud, Thinking Clearly! Have A Minute?
by CrumsOnTheTable


39 thought-provoking devotional readings and exercises motivated by real-life experiences that deliver

Taking a minute out of your busy day to reflect can be challenging. However, our souls often long for the chance to connect with God’s presence in our daily lives.

The second volume of Thinking Loud, Thinking Clearly! is filled with more thought-provoking stories designed for reflection to provide you with the opportunity to strengthen your spiritual relationship with God. In each real-life story, you’ll meet and journey with intriguing characters while drawing guidance from their experiences and accompanying scriptures.

Whether you simply choose to reflect on the truthful words of wisdom found in each story or journal your thoughts in response to the exercises provided, you’ll discover inspiration on every page.

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(TLTC Christian Daily Devotional Series)

A Mother’s Secret
by Amy Clipston


An unwed Amish woman yearns for real love and a family. The only thing in her way is the shame she’s been carrying for half of her life.

Thirty-one-year-old Carolyn Lapp has never been married—but she’s been a mother for fifteen years. In a community with strict standards and a long memory, Carolyn knows she might never find a man who will have her and her son, Benjamin.

Carolyn’s family tries to marry her off to a widower with a daughter who needs a mother. A marriage of convenience doesn’t sound so bad, yet despite her loneliness, Carolyn knows what she really wants: a traditional Amish family and a marriage for love.

Hope in the Dark
by Craig Groeschel


“I want to believe, I want to have hope, but . . .” Pastor and bestselling author Craig Groeschel hears these words often and has asked them himself. We want to know God, feel his presence, and trust that he hears our prayers, but in the midst of great pain, we may wonder if he really cares about us. Even when we have both hope and hurt, sometimes it’s the hurt that shouts the loudest.

In Hope in the Dark, Groeschel explores the story of the father who brought his demon-possessed son to Jesus, saying, “I believe! Help my unbelief!” In the man’s sincere plea, Jesus heard the tension in the man’s battle-scarred heart. He healed not only the boy but the father too, driving out the hopelessness that had overtaken him. He can do the same for us today.

Homegrown Herbs
by Multiple Authors


Enjoy a thriving, fragrant herb garden and use your harvest to bring beauty, flavor, and health to your everyday life. Tammi Hartung provides in-depth profiles of 101 popular herbs, including information on seed selection, planting, maintenance, harvesting, and drying. Hartung also shows you how to use your herbs in a variety of foods, home remedies, body care products, and crafts.