God’s Word for Gardeners gathers information and insight from the Bible’s plants, landscapes, and common cultivating practices into prayerful daily devotions.
In this memoir, Dumas tells her story with honesty and without judgement. Readers will be drawn in by this family’s determination to embrace a skeptical country.
Heather Harpham Kopp is not afraid to ask the untouchable questions. She has a solid understanding of Biblical truths, yet she is courageous enough to voice raw fears about how her understanding of God plays out in the life she is “supposed” to live as a “good Christian.”
From the title, I assumed this book was just another gimmicky collection of halfway helpful ideas. Instead, I found words of encouragement, faith, and hope—all based on what the Bible says about prayer.
I’ve found a daily devotional book for 2021 that I think will be easy-to-digest (the entries are short enough that I’ll be able to catch up if I miss a few!) yet full of deep concepts.
Part cookbook and part family memoir, The Amish Cook’s Anniversary Book celebrates two decades in the life of an Old Order Amish family, More than 30 recipes are accompanied by full-color photographs and descriptive articles on topics ranging from cooking and gardening to family meals and celebrations.
Finish First is a wake-up call for business leaders, entrepreneurs, spouses, parents, and students to stop settling for mediocre and revitalize their intrinsic will to achieve excellence and go for the win.
Just Breathe is a true story of personal tragedy. It is a story of changing dreams, of fighting to save a loved one through insurmountable odds, and of letting go. It is one mother’s journey to save her son—and, in the process, to save herself.
Anne Bogel explains the life-changing insights that can be gained from understanding personality frameworks and shares specific, practical, real-life applications across all facets of life.