Inspired by Karen L. Carlson's complicated pregnancy, Trust Me, My Child is an inspiring poem about having faith that God's grace is sufficient for all of His children. Through the simplicity of her daughter playing in a mud puddle, Karen was able to recognize the love of God and his peace that passes all understanding—and you will too.
As a young girl already wearing adult sizes, her fears and insecurities were confirmed and exposed by her own father. After that day, she began to seek consolation in the only way she knew - eating. Food addiction shackled her life for years, leaving her overweight, out of control, and unhappy. However, Kim Jagwe had someone on her side stronger than any other craving she'd ever experienced. Once she realized God loved her unconditionally, she found the acceptance and deliverance she had been searching for her whole life.
The tales in Granny, Read Me a Story are simple stories of life on the farm. They may inspire laughter or bring back memories. Whether realistic or imaginary, Granny, Read Me a Story proves that stories can teach biblical truths, show proper conduct, and still provide entertainment.
Are you struggling financially? Are you worried about your retirement? It's time for a change. Many middle-class Americans are losing the opportunity to have financially secure futures by simply following government mandates. However, practicing some basic steps could prevent that. In Creating Generations and Generations of Wealth, real-estate guru Sam M. Ali shares his time-tested advice for establishing a reliable retirement income stream.
Ask the average 11- to 17-year-old how much he or she knows about abortion, and you might be surprised to find that the answer is "very little". However, research shows that teens and pre-teens who understand what abortion entails are overwhelmingly against it. In The Least of These: Calling on America's Youth to Defend the Unborn, Lisa Garcia seeks to educate this generation about this crucial social issue.
Now you can travel through Brother Lawrence's biography, listening to him tell the secrets of his exemplary life! Join Brother Lawrence in practicing little conversations with God, conversations that will take you on a life-long journey filled with satisfaction and delight.
"This is not the real book"
Are you anxious and exhausted? Do you need to be renewed and rejuvenated? Find hope for a restful spirit in Kristi Lackey's Stress Less and Soar More, an inspiring eight-week study of behavior you can establish to live in the peace God offers. Each day includes encouraging suggestions and uplifting scriptures to direct your focus. End each week with a checklist of affirming habits.
If so, you understand the heartbreak, pain, and guilt that creeps into your life, causing you to question your own reality. In the case of author Yvonne Jones, her uncertainty cost her everything. As she sank further into the physical and mental struggle with her abusive partner, Yvonne felt like a stranger in her own body. Her thoughts were no longer her own. She, as much as she tried, couldn't pull herself from the shackles of her husband's terror. She'd escape, only to be met with an overlyapologetic partner who quickly intensified his anger as soon as she was back in his grips.
A Shattered Mind is her story of survival through horrific abuse and of her lifelong struggle to overcome the psychological and emotional aftermath. After being removed from her home by Child Services, Dauna thought her suffering was over, but it was just beginning as she worked to put the fractured memories of the past and the pieces of herself back together again.
Nub is a shark, and he is tired of seeing so much trash in the ocean! He wants to do something to keep his home clean, but what can just one shark do? With the help of his friend, Buddy the whale, they start to clean up the garbage. Soon the other ocean creatures follow Nub and Buddy's lead and help clean up. creatures follow Nub and Buddy's lead and help clean up.
Swim along with Nub and see how just one shark can make a difference in Too Big for Just One.
It's moving day! The Teens are moving to Numberville, right next to Ten, Eleven, and Twelve. When Ten, Eleven, and Twelve find the Teens' names difficult to remember, they make up fun rhymes so they'll never forget...and neither will you.Marcie Cooper brings numbers to life and helps children learn teen numbers using delightful characters and rhymes in Meet the Teens.
My friends and I like to do the same things, but we are all different. Some live far away; others live close by. Some are really tall, while others are short. But even though we look different on the outside, my friends and I are all sons and daughters of our heavenly Father. My Friends and I teaches children the importance of acceptance and inner beauty.
When Shanna's mother gives Shanna her favorite pink, childhood ribbon to wear for picture day, eight-year-old Shanna feels excited to be trusted with something so special. But when the ribbon goes missing on the playground, she refuses to take her picture until it is found. Meet author Tiana Washington in the schoolyard and help look for Shanna's Lost Ribbon in this playful story about not giving up when it seems as if everything is lost.
What do Daniel and Revelation really say? Could what had a beginning not have an end? Can we be saved from the destruction of this world? Evangelist Ferdinand Shimei attempts to answer these and many other questions in his new book, Secret of the Time of the End Unveiled. Evangelist Shimei takes the reader on an educational and insightful journey through the Bible, with a focus on the scriptures that inform God's creation about the coming of the end.
When seven-year-old Suzy gets the unexpected news from Mom and Dad that she will have to spend the summer at her Oma and Opa's house, she dreads the months ahead. But time soon begins to fly by as Suzy discovers many thrilling adventures awaiting her while away from home. Join Suzy in a summer of mystery and fun, as she discovers a lurking secret hiding in Oma's sewing room. Will she be able to muster the courage to get to the bottom of it?
After spending years as a pastor working with those suffering from emotional hurt, Pastor Donoval Miller developed steps to control and understand the pain and feelings of mistrust that comes from a variety of personal relationships. The Struggle is Over
Do you know that God favors you? Is it easy to remember that when trouble strikes? No, but when author Brandy Bullock had to have emergency surgery for an ectopic pregnancy, she saw God's favor in her physical, spiritual, emotional, and even financial life firsthand. God shows his favor to his children daily by blessing us abundantly and keeping us safe. When we walk by faith, we as believers should expect favor because we are children of the most high God.
"Nice to hear another's personal experience"
Well, what if they really aren't that scary? What if they are cuddly and nice and they've simply lost their way? Find out what happens when Boo gets separated from his family. And while lost, he ends up in someone's closet and under their bed in the middle of the night! Changed into those very things that frighten children at night! Will Boo be brave enough to find his way through the unknown and back to his family or will he remain lost, trapped in the dark night - forever?
What is the prescription for finding home in Alaska? Take one young Mennonite girl and transplant her from the flatland prairies of Kansas. Give her village potlatches, school in a Quonset hut, the fragrance of wood smoke, Native friends, a doctor for a father who creates hunting tales and medical adventures with a bush plane, a mother who makes the tastiest moose roasts and has the grit to be a homesteader, and throw in a batch of siblings.
"Fairly interesting story"
Sky lives in a cage in the king's garden and longs for the freedom her friends Royal and Indigo enjoy. When Sky learns that she has a little one on the way, she makes a loving sacrifice for her Teeny Tiny Baby Bird. Join Trina Ramirez in the heart-warming story about the love of a birth mother.