Product DescriptionTo save a sick, orphaned boy, Anna Freeman must risk her own life. Little Paulo desperately needs a new heart. It’s his only Christmas wish—well, that and building his first snowman. For the surgery, Anna must take him to a hospital in the city she once called home. A place she fled in fear years ago. Which means telling Dr. Lucas Bennett that the woman he’s known all this time as a caring orphanage worker is really someone else. Someone with a very frightening past. And that the danger stalking all of them won’t take Christmas Day off. About the AuthorLynette Eason grew up in Greenville, SC and now lives in Spartanburg, SC. She is married and has two precious children, Lauryn and Will. Lynette is a stay-at-home homeschooling mom and full time writer. Lynette loves to ice skate, visit the mountains of NC and surf the web. She. . .
We are all looking for relationships and environments that are safe, that give us life. Sadly, however, many people suffer as a result of the failure to create a safe place within the church environment. Drawing upon the authors experience in counseling those who have suffered spiritual abuse, Church as a Safe Place offers help to those who are victims of abuse or anyone committed to ensuring that church is a safe place. Paperback: 330 pages Publisher: Authentic (January 1, 2008) Language: English ISBN-10: 1860246036 ISBN-13: 978-1860246036 The questions about God that used to center around his existence are now aimed at his morality the God who permits diseases and natural disasters that kill innocent people; the God that allows brutal dictators to rule with an iron fist. At best this God is aloof and uncaring; at worst he is primitive and cruel. Many of the contemporary generation have concluded,. . .
In this uplifting new book, author Stephen G. Post explores the mysteries and the wonder of Godly lovethe all important love that is at once personal, unconditional, unlimited, generative and omnipresent. The title alludes to Isaiah 35, to the way in which Godly love is said to plant a rose in our hearts precisely when we feel most like a dry desert with no more love of our own to give. Post draws on his own life experiences as well as his work at the Institute for Research on Unlimited Love, as he intersperses personal anecdotes with spiritual truths and research on human happiness. In the process, he defines the concept of Godly love and illustrates how important it can be in our livesnot only emotionally and spiritually but physically as well. Godly love, he writes, is the only foundation in the universe that we can really lean on. We. . .
It is October 11th, and FIRST is doing a special tour to ‘Say Goodbye to Hollywood Nobody’. Today’s feature author is: LISA SAMSON and her book: Goodbye Hollywood Nobody NavPress Publishing Group (September 15, 2008) ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Lisa Samson is the author of twenty books, including the Christy Award-winning Songbird. Apples of Gold was her first novel for teensThese days, she’s working on Quaker Summer, volunteering at Kentucky Refugee Ministries, raising children and trying to be supportive of a husband in seminary. (Trying . . . some days she’s downright awful. It’s a good thing he’s such a fabulous cook!) She can tell you one thing, it’s never dull around there.Other Novels by Lisa: Hollywood Nobody, Finding Hollywood Nobody, Romancing Hollywood Nobody, Straight Up, Club Sandwich, Songbird, Tiger Lillie, The Church Ladies, Women’s Intuition: A Novel, Songbird, The Living EndVisit her at her website. Product Details List Price: $12.99. . .