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In a world full of stress and fear, we need the Lord more than ever. Draw near and bask in His promises of faithfulness, peace, and goodness in the new David Jeremiah Morning & Evening Devotions.
The wisdom of Dr. Jeremiah permeates each page as he takes you through the year in this devotional. By starting and ending each day in the presence of the Lord, you will experience His promise of sanctuary in a chaotic world.
With beautiful writing and a luxe-feeling cover, David Jeremiah Morning & Evening Devotions combines two of Dr. Jeremiah s best loved devotionals, Sanctuary and Turning Points, to encourage and instruct you in your faith. Cling to the solid foundation of the Word of God and see how He grows you throughout the year."
A Reunion in Pinecraft by Shelley Shepard Gray
When sisters Sharon and Sherilyn Kramer attend a wedding in Shipshewana, one of them returns with a new penpal while the other returns to her job at the bakery. After sending weekly letters back and forth, Sherry and Graham Holland arrange a reunion in Pinecraft. Upon Graham s arrival, however, he realizes he s been writing to the wrong sister. He decides to use the reunion as a way to get to know both sisters, but can he sort through the confusion in time to turn the worst vacation ever into something truly wonderful?
Summer Storm by Amy Clipston
Arianna is counting down the days until her wedding to Jesse. They have been friends longer than Arianna can remember, and that friendship turned into love over the past couple of years. But when Arianna s brother Isaac, who happens to be Jesse s best friend, gets them both into trouble, Arianna s father puts an end to her engagement to Jesse. Some summer storms pass quickly, but Arianna is afraid the damage from this one may be too much to repair.
Lakeside Love by Kathleen Fuller
Esther has always lived in the shadow of her beautiful younger sister Sarah. Even the boy she has known and loved her entire life, Judah, only has eyes for Sarah. But when a handsome young Englischer comes to live with the family for a summer, everything begins to change.
One Sweet Kiss by Kelly Irvin
Everybody in little Bee County, Texas, can see the obvious: Jacob King and Martha Byler are meant to be together. Everyone, that is, but Martha. Ever since her mother died when Martha was a young girl, she has taken over the role of caregiver to her large family. And reckless Jacob, who has had a little too much fun on his rumspringa, only seems to add to the list of people to manage. But one summer changes everything, and these two may just find a way to meet in the middle and share one sweet kiss."
The NIV Kids Visual Study Bible, for ages 8 12, brings the Bible to life in four-color illustrated splendor. This study Bible includes a spectacular full-color interior featuring over 700 illustrations, photos, infographics, and maps on every page that visually represent key Bible information. Each page also features important facts located near the relevant verse. Intriguing facts; colorful, engaging maps; photographs; and illustrations make this a Bible they ll want to explore.
- Over 700 four-color photographs, illustrations, infographics, and maps throughout
- Full-color design
- Book introductions, including important facts and an image to orient the reader
- One-column format with side bar study notes for ease of reading
- Presentation page
- The complete text of the New International Version (NIV) translation of the Bible
- Beautiful cover featuring gloss
For as long as I can remember, life has been measured in seconds. The fewer, the better.
Most people equate success with having more, but Sanya's quest was always for less. She starting running track as a little girl in Jamaica and began competing when she was only seven. At 31 she's had a career's worth of conditioning to run a 400-meter race in 50 seconds, hopefully 49, or even better, 48.
When she started training with her coach, Clyde Hart, they divided her race into four phases: push, pace, position, poise, and with the inherent prayer. For years Sanya worked to hone every phase in practice so that when it came time to race, her body would respond as her mind instinctively transitioned from one phase to the next. As she got older and embraced a life that measures more than just a number on the time clock, she has realized the genius of this strategy for not just racing the 400 meters, but for living her best life.
Sanya shares triumphant as well as heartbreaking stories as she reveals her journey to becoming a world-class runner. From her childhood in Jamaica to Athens, Beijing and London Olympics, readers will find themselves inspired by the unique insights she s gained through her victories and losses, including her devastating injury during the 2016 Olympic Trials forcing career retirement just weeks before Rio. Sanya demonstrates how even this devastating loss brought her closer to the ultimate goal of becoming all God created her to be.
Sometimes you think you are chasing a gold medal, but that's not what you are chasing. You're racing to become the best version of yourself.
Find Peace by Being Present with Others
Kristin Schell longed for meaningful ways to connect with the people in her life. One afternoon, she set a bright turquoise picnic table in her front yard, hoping to create a simple place to gather without the pressures of entertaining.
Before long, a movement was born, and people all over were putting turquoise tables in their front yards. Kristin and so many others have traded emptiness for coffee and conversation and rather than rushing through life with the loneliness that can come from overbooked schedules and mindless swipes through social media, she found a simple way to belong, to be present, and to be both at peace and full of joy.
In The Turquoise Table, Kristin shares stories, recipes, and ideas for you to engage with this new concept of hospitality in your own front yard. When was the last time you sat around a crowded table, overflowing with good food and good company? It's easier than you think. Closer to home than you thought possible. Slow down, unplug, and enjoy laughter and conversation with friends and neighbors at your own turquoise table. Take every opportunity to open your life and home to others. Romans 12:13
A man, a dog, and the lengths to which love will go to sacrifice for its companion.
Finding Gobiis the miraculous tale of Dion Leonard, a seasoned ultramarathon runner who crosses paths with a scrappy, stray dog while competing in a 150-mile race through the Gobi Desert in China and Mongolia. The lovable pup, who would later earn the name Gobi, proved that what she lacked in size, she more than made up for in heart, as she went step for step with Dion over the Tian Shan Mountains, across massive sand dunes, through yurt villages and the black sands of the Gobi Desert, keeping pace with him for nearly 80 miles.
As Dion witnessed the incredible determination and heart of this small animal, he found his own heart undergoing a change as well. Whereas in the past these races were all about winning and being the best, his goal now was to make sure he and Gobi s friendship continued well after the finish line. He found himself letting Gobi sleep in his tent at night, giving her food and water out of his own limited supply, and carrying her across numerous rivers, even when he knew it would mean putting him behind in the race, or worse, prevent him from finishing at all.
Although Dion did not cross the finish line first, he felt he had won something even greater a new outlook on life and a new friend that he planned on bringing home as soon as arrangements were made. However, before he could take her home, Gobi went missing in the sprawling Chinese city where she was being kept. Dion, with the help of strangers and a viral outpouring of assistance on the internet, set out to track her down, and reunite forever with the amazing animal that changed his life and proved to him and the world that miracles are possible."