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In Christ, I Am by Krystal Kuehn. Free on 7/22/13
Christians are not meant to live in defeat, below their God-given potential or in any kind of bondage (physical, mental or otherwise). In this book, In Christ, I Am: God’s Promises on Who You Are in Christ that Will Transform You from the Inside Out, you will discover over 150 truths from the Bible about who you are, what you can have and what you can do as a child of the Most High God.

Each Bible promise is presented as a declaration affirming what God says about you. It begins with “I am…” and is followed by a Bible truth and corresponding Scriptures written in first person so you can confess and receive the life-transforming word into your heart. A very inspiring book that motivates, strengthens, enlightens and encourages us to believe that God is able to do exceedingly abundantly above all we ask or think, according to the power that works in us!

Every believer should stand tall with high self-esteem by understanding who he or she is in Christ. – Archibald Hart

Keys to Understanding by Caryl O’Shaughnessy. Free on 7/22/13
Is God speaking to you as He spoke to Abram saying, “Leave your country, your relatives, and your father’s house and go to the land that I will show you?”

What is it like to follow God–not knowing what’s ahead?

Have you agonized in prayer about something, and only later realized that God’s answer turned out to be quite different from what you expected?

If you’ve struggles with these questions, you’re not alone. It’s a lifetime adventure to learn to know God’s ways, know His voice, and follow Him. If you are on that journey, Keys To understanding, an honest story of a suburban family seeking God and their destiny, will delight and inspire you.

Christian Women, No-Church Men: Get Saved, Man! by Lydia Paul. Free on 7/22/13
Author Lydia Paul has lived with her husband David for 16 years, and in this compelling book, she shares how she learned to flourish after giving her life to Christ and joining a church in 2000 — and how she has dealt with the aftermath of life with David, who didn’t join the church with his wife.

After a lot of nagging, crying and pleading, Lydia merely enjoyed David sitting next to her in the pews a good handful of times.

Then she got wise, and learned how to let the Lord move in her husband’s life, in his own perfect timing — not through her meddling.

Throughout the experiences of lusting after the so-called perfect church marriages or Christian men noticing the “spiritually single” woman, Lydia watched her mate change and get closer to God when his health was threatened.

For Christian women living with their own “church-less” Christian men — or an unbeliever who doesn’t attend church nor want to talk about spiritual things, “Christian Women, No-Church Men: Get Saved, Man!” can help inspire them to never give up praying and fasting — but not to get stuck in a place of pity or self-defeat.

Table of Contents

PREFACE: “Seems I’m Not Alone at Being Alone”

CHAPTER 1: “If a house is divided against itself…”

CHAPTER 2: Marrying and Divorcing Mr. Atheist

CHAPTER 3: Getting Married For Real, Giving in to God For Real

CHAPTER 4: “Why don’t you just go with me!??!!?”

CHAPTER 5: The Allure of Other Men, Especially Christian Men

CHAPTER 6: Fighting Over Tithes, Fasting, Painting and Praying Him Out of the Bars in Tongues

CHAPTER 7: The Cloud Moves – Finding a Cool New Hot Church

CHAPTER 8: Holy Anger, Heart Failure, Healing

CHAPTER 9: Excuses Be Damned – Moving Forward

CHAPTER 10: The Wisdom of Women Who’ve Waited for Decades

EPILOGUE: All the Other Drama
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