Here are this week’s top deals, brought to you by Faithlife Ebooks. For more deals, visit our sale page or get our Free Book of the Month. Some of these deals are only good for a few days, so act fast to get these books at the sale price! (more…)
Here are this week’s top deals, brought to you by Faithlife Ebooks. For more deals, visit our sale page or get our Free Book of the Month. Some of these deals are only good for a few days, so act fast to get these books at the sale price!
Overcoming Fear, Worry, and Anxiety: Becoming a Woman of Faith and Confidence
Play to Their Strengths: A New Approach to Parenting Your Kids as God Made Them
Learn how to move with the natural momentum of your kids’ talents to replace your parenting frustration with joy by shifting the focus to what’s right with your kids instead of what’s wrong with them. You’ll go from being a good parent to an even greater parent.
One Minute After You Die
Erwin W. Lutzer writes, “One minute after you die you will either be elated or terrified. And it will be too late to reroute your travel plans.” Lutzer weighs the Bible’s words on life after death and preparing for your own final moment.
In Honestly, Sheila Walsh takes you on a journey past the walls that most people put up. With rare grace, Sheila shares the story of her pilgrimage—the journey of a soul as it moved from hopelessness to honesty to freedom, and, ultimately, to a life of deepened faith and joy.
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Teaching is often thankless and can be exhausting. Yet every day teachers impact society by the lives they touch.
Since today is World Teachers’ Day, we at Faithlife want to say “thank you” to all teachers for the work you do. [Read more…]
Pain and suffering baffle us. Con artists prey on the elderly. Children are killed at school. People commit horrible evil and escape punishment. Meanwhile, tornadoes, floods, fires, and other disasters wreak havoc on those we love. [Read more…]
By Mark Holmen, adapted from Faith Begins @ Home Grandparents.
When you read the first 13 verses of Joshua’s farewell address in chapter 24, you see that Joshua begins by recalling all the things that God has done for the people of Israel. It is clear that Joshua does not want them to forget who their God is and what their God has done for them. [Read more…]