Women are usually prepared for everything from patching scraped knees to managing a huge work load to whipping up dinner at a moment’s notice. We keep ourselves and our families together and running smoothly. But is our faith prepared to withstand difficult trials or even persecution? Unshakeable Faith, an eight-week Bible study for women, explores the life of Peter to help you build a rock-solid faith that is strong enough to weather the harshest storms of life.
Publisher: Gospel Light
Release Date: 10/21/10
The gift of God’s grace transforms our lives as it did for Paul and many other early Christians. As we walk in grace we understand our significance to God, his merciful forgiveness, and how to extend his grace to others. The study explores Jesus, the source of grace, the gift of the grace of salvation, the encouragement of extending grace to others, freedom we have because of grace, the connection between grace and peace, and many other aspects of grace.
by Karen H Whiting and Mary Rose Pearson
A treasure book of rhymes, rhythms, songs, and games for preschool and young elementary children. Church leaders, teachers, and parents will find this resource easy to use to help get wiggles out of restless little ones. The book helps children use different learning styles to remember and reinforce Bible stories and their meanings. The book includes a wide array of styles and types of activities that include clapping songs, choral readings, finger plays, action rhymes, and rhymes with games. Indexes list rhymes by Bible stories and topics. The book will provide hours of interactive fun to delight children.
By Amber Stockton
William's is a true riches to rags story…
Once members of Detroit's elite society, the Berringer family lost everything they had in the financial crash of 1893. From a life of influence and privilege, they now find themselves working a potato patch alongside immigrants and other destitute folk on borrowed land. William's resentment toward his current situation—and mostly toward God for allowing it—simmers barely beneath the surface. All it takes is one charitable visit to the fields from a lovely society darling to burst his façade of acceptance. Annabelle Lawson, convicted by her pastor's admonishing words, begins delivering food and water to the workers on her father's donated land. But as she learns the stories of the people who work there, she becomes increasingly drawn to their plight. Especially that of the inscrutable William Berringer. Can Annabelle and William overcome the stigma placed upon his family by a society that once embraced them? Will her parents remember their own meeting or forbid this budding romance altogether?
From Barbour Publishing