Joseph of Nazareth by Michael D. Britton

By Michael D. Britton

for 2 thousand years, his identify has been recognized during the international - even though little or no is understood approximately his existence. His an important position: husband of Mary, and an important step-father of all time. What used to be it prefer to aid bring the child Jesus, to elevate the Savior, to witness His pain in Gethsemane and upon the move? event a first-hand account of the fellow known as to be the daddy of the Son of God, in JOSEPH OF NAZARETH - a piece of inspirational old fiction.

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Thirst: Confessions of a Desert Wanderer by Janina Opdyke Smith

By Janina Opdyke Smith

From Southern California to the Pacific Northwest, Thirst follows a tender lady becoming up within the 70s and 80s. with no her wisdom or figuring out, Jenny’s lifestyles has reflected one other woman’s - one who lived 21 centuries in the past!

Through a life of compromise and terrible offerings spanning over 4 many years, Jenny unearths herself dissatisfied, disenchanted, and depressed.
Growing up in a classy early life, together with a few unfavourable reports with humans calling themselves Christians, she avoids God altogether. Her continuous look for love and happiness lead her down a difficult and tough street.

Determined to layout her “perfect life,” Jenny engages in lots of of the trimmings that entangle and drag ladies down this day. with a view to quench her lifelong thirst for romance and recognition, she endures the ache and regrets from her 5 failed marriages. ultimately, isolation sounds like her basically choice whilst she finally ends up residing in a run-down trailer park with a guy she slightly understands.

Jenny has became clear of God her complete existence – yet certainly not has He given up on her. each one concern, each not easy state of affairs and painful heartache leads her towards the amazing assembly that waits for her whilst it seems that all else is misplaced.

Thirst offers a modern day interpretation of the Bible’s “Woman on the good” tale that unearths how good Jesus understands us, and the way made up our minds he's to supply the dwelling water of forgiveness and unconditional, redemptive love.

Jeannie Smith is living in Washington nation along with her husband Gary. She is the mum of 2 sons, a grandmother of 3 notable grandkids, and a surrogate mom to a dozen or extra marvelous youth.

Jeannie is an energetic public speaker who travels through the usa, Canada and Europe.

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Captive Heart by Elizabeth Bourgeret

By Elizabeth Bourgeret

Captive center, Elizabeth Bourgeret's first providing to the general public in publication shape is a narrative of religion and forgiveness. She takes us via a trip with Sarah Dobson, a tender widowed mom, as she needs to circulation around the states with a view to forge a brand new lifestyles. alongside the best way, she is met with neighbors that seem to be enemies. Enemies which are disguised as neighbors. Her religion is established, her thoughts hang-out her and her goals for her happiness are very assorted than whilst she started. those are the rigors that could cripple you for all times or can construct your religion so thoroughly that you just develop into the higher, improved a part of you. Captive center is the fast paced, emotionally charged tale of this lady, reeling from the loss of life of her son and suffering opposed to the prejudices she was once raised with. Will her religion be adequate to hold her during the betrayals and the heartbreak towards a lifetime of her personal? Or will she be compelled to reside a existence the place her center is held captive?

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Saving Amelie by Cathy Gohlke

By Cathy Gohlke

2015 Carol award finalist!
Increasingly cautious of her father’s genetic learn, Rachel Kramer has made up our minds that this journey with him to Germany—in the summer season of 1939—will be her final. yet a cryptic letter from her estranged good friend, begging Rachel for aid, alterations every thing. Married to SS officer Gerhardt Schlick, Kristine sees the darkish tides turning and fears her husband perspectives their daughter, Amelie, deaf when you consider that start, as a blight on his Aryan bloodline.

Once courted by means of Schlick, Rachel is familiar with he’s as harmful because the swastikas that cling like ebony spiders from each govt construction in Berlin. She fears her father’s records may possibly carry solutions approximately Hitler’s plans for others, like Amelie, whom the regime deems “unworthy of life.” She hazards looking his categorized records purely to discover stunning secrets and techniques approximately her personal background and a kinfolk she’s by no means known.

Now hunted by way of the SS, Rachel turns to Jason Young—a pushed, disarming American journalist and not likely ally—who connects her to the resistance and to arguable theologian Dietrich Bonhoeffer. pressured into hiding, Rachel’s each perfect is challenged as she and Jason stroll a knife’s area, risking their lives—and asking others to do the same—for these they slightly understand yet come to love.

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Anthony by Madeline Pecora Nugent

By Madeline Pecora Nugent

Through targeted study and the particular phrases of St. Anthony, the writer takes the reader on an ingenious trip into the lives and non secular struggles of people that lived with, confided in, heeded, or defied this holy Franciscan. In assembly these whose lives Anthony touched, the reader will come to like this saint.

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Anna's Legacy by Mickey Cook

By Mickey Cook

What for those who grew to become a mother on the age of 13? Anna did. It replaced the course of her existence eternally while she was once pressured to develop up quick. In Anna's Legacy, Anna turns into the 1st nanny to the rich Davenport resort kin in Spokane, Washington. whereas in Spokane, she meets her cherished Adolph, who has emigrated from Sweden. between different trials all through her lifestyles, Anna confronts the dying of a kid and near-death of one other. Her husband Adolph is usually obdurate and stern along with her. As a effectively subservient spouse, Anna undergoes a lifelong look for her id and self worth. the place will she locate it? From whom? Anna's Legacy solutions those questions and extra as writer Mickey prepare dinner takes readers on a riveting exploration of the fictionalized true-life tale of Anna Elizabeth Lindquist.

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Brothers at Arms: Treasure & Treachery in the Amazon (Men of by John J. Horn

By John J. Horn

Lawrence and Chester Stoning are twins, yet like Jacob and Esau of previous they've got little else in universal. Lawrence is a realist, desirous about the learn of technological know-how, arithmetic, and historical past, whereas Chester longs for the knightly adventures of chivalrous instances previous - hard-fought battles, gold-filled caves, damsels in distress.

When Chester’s impetuosity engages the not likely pair as bodyguards to a Spaniard and his appealing ward, Pacarina, the twins speedy observe that the nineteenth century demands a chivalry of its personal. preserving Pacarina’s mystery leads them all into the steaming jungles and dizzying mountains of Peru, a forbidding territory made all of the extra risky through Lawrence and Chester’s strivings opposed to each one other.

Can the twins learn how to belief God and interact ahead of it’s too overdue? Or will they fall prey to the mysterious schemes of Pacarina’s enemy - an enemy they be aware of not anything about?

The males of Grit Christian Fiction sequence is a fresh, intriguing event sequence for teens of every age. there's no foul language or sensuality, simply sturdy, outdated pleasure following the culture of authors comparable to Douglas Bond, G.A. Henty, R.M. Ballantyne, Jules Verne, James Fenimore Cooper, and extra. the lads of Grit Christian Fiction sequence is enjoyed via girls and boys round the world.

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Nach dem großen Aufstand: Ein Grünewald-Roman (German by Erik Neutsch

By Erik Neutsch

Erik Neutschs Geschichtsepos handelt von dem in den Jahren der Reformation und der Bauernkriege schöpferisch tätigen Maler Mathias Grünewald, sichtbar gemacht an seinem genialen Hauptwerk, dem „Isenheimer Altar“. Alles, was once von diesem neben Dürer und Cranach größten Künstler jenes Zeitenumbruchs bekannt ist, blieb rätselhaft: sein wirklicher identify, seine Herkunft, die Entstehungsgeschichte seiner Bilder und Altäre. Dabei stand er als Hofmaler des Kardinals Albrecht von Brandenburg, Erzbischofs von Mainz, Magdeburg und Halberstadt, bis zu seiner Flucht nach Halle an der Saale an höchst exponierter Stelle.
Erik Neutsch sucht in seinem mit großem Atem und sprachlich brillant erzähltem Roman nach den Wurzeln und Kräften, die Grünewalds Werk beflügelt haben, nach den Quellen seines über die Jahrhunderte fortwirkenden Schaffens und den Ursachen seines erzwungenen Scheiterns. Allegorisch versucht er dabei auch auf die stets aktuelle Frage zu antworten, wie sich Künstler im gesellschaftlichen Umbruch verhalten und zu welchen Leistungen sie, ohne sich selbst zu verraten, fähig sind.

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The Writings Of Silvanus by Dana George Cottrell

By Dana George Cottrell

The e-book starts off with the invention of 19 sealed urns in a small cave situated in southern Lebanon. The urns contained papyrus scrolls written in historic Greek that advised of a Jewish relations that moved from Judea and settled in Beth-Gebar. the writer used to be Silvanus, and he wrote approximately his family’s historical past whereas residing in Beth-Gebar. the timeframe covers lots of the first century. because the tales development during the scrolls, the point of interest turns into increasingly more on Silvanus’s more youthful sister, Rachael, who grows from being an unkempt, fearless little woman to changing into the wealthiest and robust lady in Greece, impacting either Greek and Roman economies.

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East Wind: West Wind: The Saga of a Chinese Family (Oriental by Pearl S. Buck

By Pearl S. Buck

Nobel winner Pearl S. Buck’s vintage debut novel, approximately one chinese language woman’s coming of age as she’s torn among japanese and Western cultures


Kwei-lan is a conventional chinese language girl—taught by means of her mom to publish in all issues, “as a flower submits to solar and rain alike.” Her marriage used to be prepared sooner than she used to be born. As she ways her marriage ceremony day, she’s shocked by way of one element of her expected existence: Her husband-to-be has been expert in a foreign country and follows many Western rules that Kwei-lan used to be raised to reject. whilst conditions push the couple out of the relatives domestic, Kwei-lan unearths her assumptions approximately culture and modernity established even further.

 

East Wind: West Wind is a delicate, early exploration of the cross-cultural subject matters that went directly to turn into a trademark of Buck’s acclaimed novels.

 

This booklet positive factors an illustrated biography of Pearl S. greenback together with infrequent photographs from the author’s estate.

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