Ezekiel's River by Colleen Bowers

By Colleen Bowers

The barren region and the dry land will probably be happy; and
the barren region shall have fun, and blossom because the rose.

Loss and heartache appear to hang-out the existence of
Cordelia. as soon as an orphan, then raised in the
heights of 1870's society, Cordelia is pressured into a
life the place she understands no position of her own.
Springing forth from a small city revival, the
manifestations of the consideration and compassion of the
Holy Spirit envelop her. via both
unspeakable pleasure and nice horror, she witnesses
the recovery strength of a God who really gives
beauty for ashes

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Orange Grove Murders by Vint Martinez

By Vint Martinez

during this moment ebook from the town, I inform the tale of Carpio Vega and Isabella Melendez. Born right into a time of unconcealed racial intolerance and segregation, Carpio and Isabella get stuck up within the social violence of Forties the United States. within the barrio [neighborhood], with grief and sour tears, l. a. gente de l. a. raza hispana [people of Hispanic race] mourn for the sons of machismo. Amidst the violence, bloodshed, and loss of life, God's unconditional love reaches throughout all borders of human hatred with wish and therapeutic for the brokenhearted.

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Thomas the Apostle by Barbara Bode Snyder

By Barbara Bode Snyder

Revealing and uplifting, Thomas the Apostle by way of Barbara Bode Snyder is an interesting tale set 2,000 years in the past which follows Thomas via his early years, his time studying at once less than Jesus, after which as he makes his means from Jerusalem to Parthia and to South India the place he based various Christian groups that are nonetheless going robust at the present time. Thomas traveled additional than the other apostle.
Spiritual and hugely informative, this ancient fiction novel, in keeping with over a decade of study, is taut and richly advised. it really is in keeping with Bible scriptures, The Gospel of Thomas, and on quite a few tales of Thomas regarding the writer whilst she lived and labored as a volunteer in Mylapore, Chennai, India, simply up the road from the place Thomas used to be martyred 2000 years ago.
This novel tells the tale of the Apostle Thomas, starting together with his family’s existence within the small city of Cana in Israel. the journey will get below manner the day earlier than the bar mitzvah of Thomas and his dual brother. It leads the reader down a protracted direction scattered with tragedy, betrayal, and the gorgeous love of Jesus. Having traveled from Jerusalem to Parthia after which to India, Thomas spent his time and effort fanning the fires of Christianity right into a strong ministry to the a long way corners of the earth. Thomas’s resounding voice and fervour is still important in India at the present time, but he's enormously underappreciated by way of the remainder of the realm.
Now, for the 1st time ever, readers are allowed a bright and relocating portrait of an apostle who did much more than doubt. Christian fiction has a robust new voice.

Thomas the Apostle is additionally the tale of the guy from Srinigar, Kashmir, Northern India, who was once one of many hundred or so disciples who traveled with Jesus all through his ministry, crucifixion, and resurrection. Later this guy again to Srinigar to convey the tales of Jesus to the land of his beginning. the writer has individually visited his grave web site in Rosabel or Rauzabal in Srinigar in a space the place such a lot citizens are fans of Islam, but who're happy with the truth that they bought the message of Jesus 2000 years in the past from the fellow they renamed Jesus the Gatherer because he accrued jointly the tales of Jesus, who's respected in Islam as an excellent Prophet.

Barbara Bode Snyder has lived in San Jose in Silicon Valley due to the fact 1959, correct after she comprehensive university, apart from the years that she and her husband labored in a foreign country, either professionally and as volunteers. they've got volunteered on all six continents the place there are humans. in the neighborhood they continue to be very lively year-round volunteering with Rebuilding jointly and Habitat for Humanity.
Thomas the Apostle by means of Barbara Bode Snyder is now to be had in either print demanding reproduction and digital form.

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Le moine était daltonien (French Edition) by Robert Azais

By Robert Azais

Le moine était daltonien

On était au beau milieu du Moyen Âge et personne ne le savait, pas plus que frère Déicole ne connaissait le mot « daltonien ». Pourtant il l’était, et cette belief particulière des couleurs agissait sur un caractère déjà peu facile.

Après avoir semé los angeles perturbation dans son monastère d’Irlande, il half porter los angeles bonne parole et son irascibilité sur le continent. De monastère en prieuré, armé de son pénitentiel et castle de ses extravagantes pratiques ascétiques, il va parcourir l’Europe médiévale en course de l’orient jusqu’aux confins de los angeles Germanie, traumatisant au passage le clergé et les populations des régions traversées.

Atteignant les diocèses des marches de l. a. chrétienté, il se lie d'amitié avec frère Agapet, grand novice de drogues d’antique mémoire, et découvre le trafic d’esclaves qui alimentait l’Europe entière et les contrées du Moyen Orient. Les deux compères se lancent alors dans los angeles lutte contre le trade d’êtres humains en s’aidant curieusement des effets du haschich sur le comportement de ceux qui en usent.

Satirique, burlesque, grinçant, l’humour de Robert Azaïs joue sur tous les registres et n’épargne personne.

Avec les aventures et tribulations de ce moine daltonien, l’auteur, daltonien lui-même, nous offre un nouveau roman réjouissant dans los angeles veine de ses œuvres précédentes.

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In the Heart of the Country (The Commandment Trilogy Book 2) by Derek Bickerton

By Derek Bickerton

within the first quantity of the Commandment trilogy, we left Zachary, the failed hermit, as he started to expiate his sins within the inside wilderness of fourth-century Egypt. This moment quantity hyperlinks his tale with that of Leila, the peasant lady whom the bandit Darion kept from rape by the hands of his gang. whereas Zachary is going via a chain of surprising reviews in a misplaced barren region oasis, Leila travels to the White Monastery, governed via the ruthless Shenoute, the place rather than the holy calm she anticipated she unearths basically lesbian practices and spiteful intrigue. while Zachary falls mortally sick he's rescued through an unforeseen savior, and recovers to discover himself a peasant within the Nile valley. There he meets Leila, who has been expelled from the White Monastery, and slowly, carefully, nearly unwillingly those “Casualties of the Life”, as they name themselves, start to fall in love.

Once back, with exemplary examine and evocative writing, Derek Bickerton brings to lifestyles an unique yet little-known interval of heritage, and sheds a special gentle at the early improvement of Christianity—both its stable and its undesirable sides.

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My Secret Place by Cynthia Johnson

By Cynthia Johnson

are you able to think a spot the place justice reigns? a spot the place our fellow guy is pressured to serve each other in real love. a spot the place evil surrenders or is conquered by no means to come back back.
In my first novel My mystery position, males enterprise to the south to safe a brand new identification for themselves. In doing so, they locate it necessary to their survival to create one of these position.
It starts off in long island throughout the early 1900s, this funny and inspirational novel redefines the acts of braveness and lengthy pain all through Jonathan's and Nathan’s trip into maturity.
The clever and awkward Jonathan struggles along with his insecurities with reference to his burden with scoliosis. Nathan’s real attributes results in his luck and the facility to narrate to the other intercourse not like Jonathan. either are raised including the misunderstanding that Nathan was once orphaned and followed by means of Jonathan's relations. The brothers improve a resilient bond that connects the 2 good into maturity. After the loss of life in their mom the reality starts off to spread to bare their actual identification. Nathan starts his quest to acquire autonomy and Jonathan unites with Nathan in his pursuit of a higher existence. Jonathan’s loyalty to Nathan outweighs his dedication to his father yet he doesn't understand the explanation why. the 2 settle within the south and shortly they realize a barbaric kind of human bondage they'd by no means witnessed prior to. Jonathan and Nathan locate themselves entangled with the enemy of injustice once more yet with an unbelievable depth this time. They either turn into engaged within the so much awful stories in their lives. it really is in this time they realize the facility a mystery Place.

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THE TELEGRAM: BOOK 1 – THE STORY OF CHARLES SCHULTZ by NANCY CARTER

By NANCY CARTER

it began with a telegram, mentioning that the unforeseen loss of life of his spouse now left Charles Schultz, a tender WWI veteran, with a liberate from a loveless marriage.

Having been hiding out with kinfolk in West Virginia whereas his spouse used to be abroad, Charles realizes that being again in his fatherland could be simply where to begin his existence another time.

In The Telegram, publication one among a Christian historic fiction sequence, Charles makes a decision to revisit his previous stomping grounds of Guyandotte, West Virginia; a urban he painted crimson with the likes of his ally, now minister, Otis.

As he walks as much as Otis’s residence, he flashes again to growing to be up within the rural atmosphere; recalling thoughts of teach hopping with Otis, hearing the exuberant stories of his ancestry from his German grandfather and taking good care of his relations after his father’s surprising dying.

The name to affix the military at age twenty-one led Charles to a complete new set of reviews, particularly the misadventures he has along with his staff of military acquaintances.

“If Ursla hadn’t stopped her Papa, I’d most likely be lifeless now, Coop. I reckon there fairly was once a major guy within the doorway to that kitchen, and it used to be her Papa after all!” Billy Joe admitted. Charlie (Charles), Cooper, Walker and Billy Joe talked for days concerning the incident on the German eating place. even though it wasn’t very humorous on the time that it occurred, the extra instances the boys informed the tale, the funnier and extra exaggerated the tale grew to become.

Even with the fascinating antics in his lifestyles, Charles felt God nonetheless best the way in which, talking to him via prayer, his Christian upbringing and conditions to allow him be aware of extra was once at the horizon. All it took used to be a telegram to begin back.

Nancy Carter and her husband, Dave are from Milton, West Virginia. After dwelling in Jacksonville, Florida for two decades they retired to the pristine North Georgia Mountains. Nancy bought her BA and MA from Marshall collage and is a retired instructor. An award successful, brief tale writer, she has now produced her first novel, The Telegram. via God’s windfall and her mother’s family tree paintings, Nancy was once encouraged to jot down approximately her maternal grandfather, Charlie Schultz.

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Shifted By The Winds (# 8 in the Bregdan Chronicles by Ginny Dye

By Ginny Dye

Shifted by way of The Winds is the 8th e-book within the Bregdan Chronicles ancient fiction sequence. As of this day, there are 10 books within the sequence. ensure you commence analyzing with # 1 – typhoon Clouds Rolling In. it is readers such as you who've grew to become the sequence right into a world-wide best-seller. Thank you!
Book Description:Will Reconstruction relatively swap America?

Carrie and her housemates conflict cholera in Philadelphia. Her global is became the wrong way up whilst she discovers the reality of her historical past. Will it thoroughly switch her course?

Robert watches his goals fade earlier than his eyes whilst he refuses to align himself with southern ideals after the warfare. Rose has to stand down a brand new risk, and Moses is compelled to step into the function he has shunned.

Janie has agreed to marry Matthew, yet can she truly stream past her fears and turn into his spouse? and may Jeremy notice Marietta’s existence as a Mulatto’s spouse is too harmful for the lady he loves?

So a number of the characters you've got come to grasp and love face either demanding situations and joys during this turbulent time in heritage.

Volume # eight of The Bregdan Chronicles keeps the sweeping historic saga that now encompasses the continuation of yank Reconstruction.

How many books might be within the Bregdan Chronicles? not anyone is familiar with but… Ginny intends to put in writing those character's tales, three hundred and sixty five days at a time, for so long as she is ready to write. She is captivated with bringing historical past to lifestyles via ancient fiction. when you consider that she is quite fit, that may be for a long time! She doesn’t like tales to finish to any extent further than you do. This one will not finish for a long time!

Review: Ginny Dye has performed it back! This booklet is so new that i do not are looking to do any spoilers during this assessment. yet i'm going to say that i think an individual would receive advantages the main from this remarkable sequence in the event that they might learn the 1st ebook, typhoon Clouds Rolling In, after which continue from there. That manner, you turn into familiar with the entire characters within the sequence and what they've got all been via. during this one, ebook #8 within the sequence, it is only after the Civil conflict has ended or even notwithstanding slavery used to be abolished, the South won't settle for that their lifestyle is long past without end. a few of them are nonetheless attempting to carry onto to the previous lifestyle it doesn't matter what the associated fee. Which makes dwelling within the south risky for all blacks or a person who stands with the blacks.

We, once more, keep on with Carrie Cromwell Borden, on her trip via existence and the superb issues this girl accomplishes. while you are somebody who enjoys examining concerning the Civil conflict period, i believe you are going to love this booklet. now and then, in the course of the analyzing of this sequence, the politics have been a section daunting for me, however the politics are valuable for one to understand what's occurring within the kingdom on the time. it's my opinion that Ginny Dye is a genius at being a author. it's so very visible that she's needed to placed countless numbers, if now not millions, of hours into examine that allows you to write this fabulous sequence The Bregdan Chronicles. it's the best possible account of existence within the south sooner than, in the course of, and after the Civil conflict that i've got ever learn. I simply hate that i have to wait one other yr sooner than analyzing publication# 9.

Review: this can be the #8 of a nine e-book sequence facing the lives and horror of the Civil struggle. i have not been so emotionally concerned with books as i've got with the Bregdan Chronicles. i've got discovered lots approximately how the conflict all started, and the truth that after the warfare the abolitionists, black humans, and Southerners have been nonetheless at struggle. Many lives have been misplaced years after the battle. a unique type of struggle. I additionally felt like i used to be a personality within the booklet. I felt so deeply concerned with each one personality. placing the publication down simply to get dinner was once tough. i used to be so misplaced within the e-book and with each one book.

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Rebeccas Crossing by Kay D. Rizzo

By Kay D. Rizzo

At nineteen, Rebecca Cunard, youngest baby of Pastor Eli and Fay Cunard, is a feisty and fiercely self reliant younger lady, extra at domestic in her prospector's clothing than the lacy attire she wears to paintings every day at Joe Masters' mercantile shop. yet her hasty phrases strength her to escape from domestic around the continent to the protection of Serenity lodge and her brother Caleb. Rebecca's Crossing is the uplifting tale of a tender girl who struggles to simply accept that belief in others and surrendering her will to God's will aren't indicators of weakness.

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Il cristianesimo nell’Impero romano da Tiberio a Costantino by Alberto Barzanò

By Alberto Barzanò

Il rapporto tra il Cristianesimo e l’autorità civile romana fu ricco di numerose sfaccettature – Barzanò si sofferma in particolare sulla condizione dei «laici» a Roma, su quella della donna e sul significato del servizio militare prestato dai Cristiani – e anzi fu un processo a doppio senso: si può infatti parlare sia di cristianizzazione dell’Impero sia di romanizzazione del Cristianesimo, come los angeles storia successiva della civiltà europea ha d’altronde dimostrato, sia natural in modo problematico. Studiare l. a. figura e l’opera di Costantino, così come degli imperatori che lo precedettero, non è dunque un fatto accademico, ma significa acquisire elementi di conoscenza essenziali consistent with comprendere il senso di molti aspetti del nostro presente.

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