The Warrior's Bride

Biblical Strategies to Help the Military Spouse Thrive
By Kathy Barnett, Carrie Daws

The Warrior’s Bride by Kathy Barnett and Carrie Daws is a Christ-centered, scripturally based training and support manual for military wives. In a series of alternating testimonials written in an easy-to-read, conversational style, Barnett and Daws offer encouragement and guidance tailored specifically to military wives...

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That's None Of Your Business

And Other Things God Told Me
By Donna Davis

That's None Of Your Business: And Other Things God Told Me by Donna Davis is a motivational and inspirational book that helps readers to live a peaceful and meaningful life. The author's personal experiences, musings and reflections will help readers get closer to God and...

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The Dog That Followed Me Home

By Jennifer Yap Caspe

The Dog That Followed Me Home by Jennifer Yap Caspe is the story of a young girl who wants a baby brother. She feels sad when she doesn't get one as her parents tell her she will have to wait. One day, as she is...

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The Truth About Iniquity: Experience the Joy of Your Salvation

Experience the Joy of Your Salvation
By Dr. Raymond Marshall

The Truth About Iniquity: Experience the Joy of Your Salvation by Dr. Raymond Marshall is an uplifting book that is helpful in reviewing one's life in general and gives tips and advice on how to rise above difficulties and make life successful. Life throws...

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The Fifth Gospel

By Bobby Conway

Christian believers are familiar with or at least have heard of the works of the four gospels: Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. Christians study each gospel by reading, or listening to it being read to them, or preached to them, but do they really live...

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The Potter and the Clay

Hard Pressed on Every Side, But Not Destroyed
By Ellis Lucas

The Potter and the Clay, by Ellis Lucas, is the story of how the author was in a deep dark hole. He did this to himself with years of addiction, a horrible car accident and almost dying in a house fire. His debts far exceeded...

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Talking Myself Into My Desired Future

By Dr. Stephanie L. Foster

Talking Myself Into My Desired Future is an inspirational Christian Living work written by Dr. Stephanie L. Foster. Dr. Foster served in the U.S. Army for over 25 years and attained the rank of Colonel before making the decision to retire. She discusses her decision...

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The Exposition of the Tabernacle

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By Javon Rahman Bertrand

The Exposition of the Tabernacle: The Culture Exchange by Javon Rahman Bertrand is a book that looks at the Tabernacle given to Moses in a very logical and rational way. The book looks at how the Tabernacle changes our lives and culture and also exposes...

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The Last Seven Pages: Two Days To Live. What Would You Write? A Memoir of Hope

Two Days To Live. What Would You Write? A Memoir of Hope
By James Pinnick

The Last Seven Pages by James Pinnick is an incredible true story of a young man’s journey of faith as he watches helplessly while his wife loses her battle with cancer. This is not a “woe is me, why did this happen to me” kind...

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The Best is Yet to Come

By Tara R. Alemany

In Memoriam: 27, Poet Alfred Lord Tennyson wrote, “It is better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all.” This is a semi-appropriate statement describing The Best Is Yet To Come by Tara R. Alemany. I used the word semi-appropriate because...

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