Warfare...hell...demons...I'm just trying to drive my kids to school and stay on top of the laundry. What does any of that have to do with me? You've heard plenty of talk about evil. You've heard about binding Satan and breaking strongholds and calling demons by name. You've heard you should claim your victory in Christ...but you're not really sure how to do that. This isn't a book about evil. With passion and strength, Mary DeMuth brings balance and insight to the often murky realm of spiritual warfare
"Awesome and applicable."
Two thousand years ago, Jesus Christ met face to face with people just like you. Broken, imperfect, sometimes fearful, and without hope. The Day I Met Jesus is a beautifully crafted narrative that chronicles the remarkable encounters of five women in the Gospels who were desperate to find wholeness, security, and purpose. Like all of us, these women struggled with the regrets of their pasts, the stresses of their presents, and the worries of their tomorrows.
Are you suffering the effects of sexual abuse? There is a way out. In Not Marked: Finding Hope and Healing After Sexual Abuse, Mary DeMuth illuminates the way to go from shame-filled to joy-filled, from traumatized to finding enduring peace. This isn't theory. Mary has lived it. She's traveled this path and offers a uniquely qualified, insider's view of the healing process.
"Must Have for any victim of sexual abuse"
The abrupt disappearance of young Daisy Chance haunts the small town of Defiance, Texas. Fourteen-year-old Jed Pepper searches for answers in this gritty and compelling story of love and sorrow, revealing Gods hand of redemption in impossible situations. Lyrical fiction from a bright new literary talent.
"Can't wait for the book!"
In her moving spiritual memoir, Mary DeMuth reflects on the “thin places” of her life—places where she was acutely aware of God’s presence. Through her own story, DeMuth invites you to discover new ways to experience a God who is ready to break through any ordinary day or extraordinary pain and offer you a glimpse of eternity.
"Taking steps toward healing with Thin Places"
Nine-year-old Mara loves playing Nancy Drew with her best friend, Camilla. But then there are big mysteries that Mara's afraid to share: Who is her mother? Her father? And how can she stop the biggest criminal of all, General?
See how easily you can learn the secrets of getting published! Frustrated by how much there is to learn to finally see your name in print with a big publishing house? Mired in confusion about your next steps? An accomplished nonfiction freelancer and novelist with 11 traditionally published books under her author belt, Mary DeMuth understands the twists and turns of the publishing industry. She answers the question, "How can I get published?" by pulling 11 Secrets from her popular blog, Wannabepublished. ..
"great and straight forward"
Willa Muir can't remember her fourth year of life. An early, undefined childhood trauma blacks her memory behind what feels like an impenetrable wall. And with her parents in the hereafter, she can't ask them to clarify what happened. She can't see the invisible, so she researches to obsession, aching to know the truth.
"DeMuth has guts."
Set against the backdrop of Defiance, Texas, Life in Defiance, book three in the Defiance Texas Trilogy by Mary DeMuth, reflects a choice we all face: reveal our secrets or bury them forever ... and live with the consequences.
"Love her descriptions!!!"
Emory Chance needs to find who killed her daughter Daisy and unravel the mystery behind a sickening premonition—a man with a snake tattoo. The second book in the Defiance, Texas Trilogy, A Slow Burn is a suspenseful story about courageous love, the power of forgiveness, and the bonds that never break.
Augusta Brinkworth nearly breaks from grief when her husband is killed in a rock quarry slide, leaving her with a passel of children to feed in the throes of the Great Depression. Armed with detached stoicism, she disengages from the lives of her grieving children, pushing them away, while forces outside and within the family threaten its existence. Will Augusta shed her detachment and engage in her children’s lives before the family rips apart?
Maranatha Winningham admittedly has some trust issues. As she tries to sort out the confusing layers of love - of friends, of family, of suitors, and desperately, of God - Natha struggles to find herself before she turns into a scared shadow of a girl.