Heroines Of The New Testament Coloring Book
By Betsy Karounos
Now colouring enthusiasts will enjoy an uplifting way to unplug, de-stress, and engage their creative passions with Betsy Karounos' colouring book featuring wonderful women from the New Testament. Based on their biblical stories, each unique section features symbolic, intricately-detailed pictures to colour and reflect upon. Scenes depicting the miraculous journeys of Mary, the Samaritan woman at the well, Mary Magdalene, and many other women whose lives were transformed when they encountered Jesus, will inspire all. These artistic illustrations for grown-ups and talented teens enable hours of peaceful contemplation and colouring enjoyment with narrative scenes, geometric patterns, portraits, botanical designs, artist tips, and more!
By Maisie Sparks
Shakespeare was heavily influenced by Holy Writ. Bible lines, characters and narratives are 'verbal characters' in the his plays, poems and sonnets, sometimes subtly and sometimes blatantly. But they are there, revealing the deep scriptural well that was the culture from which Shakespeare drew and also reminding us of scenes and stories in the Bible. Shakespeare knew the Bible--as did everyone during that time. He used Scripture freely in what he wrote because through such biblical allusions, audiences would immediately grasp his meanings, characterizations and unfolding situations. His works-meant to be performed-gave Scripture life. The Bible was not mere words in Shakespeare's work, but, like all of Scripture, were used for reproof, instruction, conviction and training. Listening to Shakespeare with an ear that's open to whispers from God's Word can kindle both passion for his great literary works and the Greatest Book of all, Holy Scripture.
How Successful People Win
By John C. Maxwell
No one wins at everything they try. But any setback, whether professional or personal, can become a step forward with the right tools and mindset to turn loss into a gain. Drawing on nearly 50 years of leadership experience, Maxwell provides a roadmap for winning by examining the eleven elements that constitute the "DNA" of people who succeed in the face of problems, failure, and losses. Learning is not easy during down times. It takes discipline to do the right thing when something goes wrong. As John Maxwell often points out, experience itself isn't the best teacher; evaluating, understanding, and growing from your experience is. By examining how that process works, you can learn how to take risks and tackle challenges with a successful person's outlook. Derived from material previously published in Sometimes You Win-Sometimes You Learn.
His Other Wife
By Deborah Bedford
Since her divorce from Eric, Helen has done everything she can to control life for herself and her son. Beneath a calm surface, she is terrified of failing Scott. She's worked hard to raise him on her own, and she succeeded - he's now set to graduate from high school and enroll at the University of Illinois with a full scholarship.But Helen's worst fears are realized when there is a rock-climbing accident at a post-graduation camping trip. A young girl is hurt, and Scott is arrested. Pamela, Eric's new wife and Scott's step-mother, blames Helen for letting Scott go to the camp in the first place. With Scott's college scholarship now just a distant memory and his entire future at stake, the two women must come together for Scott's sake.Is Helen's love strong enough to save her son and release him to her ex-husband's other wife?
Hearing From God Each Morning
By Joyce Meyer
In the hustle and bustle of today's busy world, sometimes it's hard enough to hear yourself think, much less take a minute to stop and listen for the voice of God. But learning to recognize God's voice and the many ways in which He speaks is vital for following His plan. This devotional, drawing from HOW TO HEAR FROM GOD, KNOWING GOD INTIMATELY, and THE POWER OF SIMPLE PRAYER shows the reader through a daily reminder, how God speaks through their own thoughts and feelings, their dreams, and the words of other people. Joyce Meyer reveals the ways in which God delivers His word and the benefits of asking God for the sensitivity to hear His voice. Joyce asks the question, "Are you listening?" and shares how to do just that...on a daily basis.
How to Hear From God
By Joyce Meyer
In the hustle and bustle of today's busy world, sometimes it's hard enough to hear yourself think, much less take a minute to stop and listen for the voice of God. But learning to recognize God's voice and the many ways in which He speaks is vital for following His plan. In HOW TO HEAR FROM GOD, Joyce Meyer shows readers that God reaches out to people every day, seeking a partnership with them to offer guidance and love. She reveals the ways in which God delivers His word and the benefits of asking God for the sensitivity to hear His voice. Joyce asks the question, "Are you listening?" and shares how to do just that.
He Loves Me
By Wayne Jacobsen
Do you find yourself picking through circumstances like children plucking daisy petals attempting to figure out whether or not God loves you? If you find yourself least certain of his love in those critical moments when you most need to trust him, there is hope for you. Where? At the one event in human history that forever secured your place in the Father's heart--the cross. There you will discover that what he always wanted was not the fearful subservience of slaves, but the loving affection of sons and daughters.Startlingly honest and empathetically written, HE LOVES ME! reveals the facts of God's relentless grace. Readers will learn how to live consciously and confidently in his love all the time. Any Christian ready for a life-altering relationship with God will find out just how accessible that is.HE LOVES ME! is now a co-publishing venture between FaithWords and Windblown Media, distributed by Hodder Faith. Like THE SHACK, HE LOVES ME! was originally self-published. This book will appeal to all Christians who have doubted or lost their faith. With all the interest and publicity surrounding THE SHACK, readership is growing for other books on the publisher's list.