Conflict within the Church is a discussion on the compatibility of homosexuality within the Christian faith. This book’s target audience is Christendom and its church leaders worldwide.
This project started out over three years ago as a seventeen-page essay. Later I posted it online for comments. When a comment was posted that essentially said, “I have been married to a homosexual for over 20 years and what you say is true. I wish my pastor would take the same position you do,” I decided to turn that essay into a book. Since then, it has been sitting on my laptop for over two years. Now it’s September of 2018, and I have decided it’s time for pastors and the church at large to hear what this individual was referencing.
It is easy to take a position that is popular on this subject, but then, popularity was never what God was all about. It is my intent that the contents of this book reflect God’s point-of-view—and hopefully that matters.
Honored to be a part of this. Stories from those whose lives were altered through the ministry of Rev. Graham. The foreword is written by Gigi Graham and the royalties will be donated to Samaritan's Purse.
Times of Trouble Bring Rays of Joy is a collection of timely devotions. Walk with Cecelia as she helps you discover better time management, inner strength through Christ, humility, compassion, faith, and peace. She provides ten short devotional essays for each subject along with Bible readings, and space for your own thoughts. Cecelia's shares with you what she discovered as she searched for a deeper relationship with God.
Random Encouragements: Finding God in the Everyday is a collection of short observations designed to heighten your awareness of God the next time you step out on your porch with a cup of coffee, redecorate your living room, or simply walk into a thrift store. May they be as encouraging to you as they were to me when the Lord gave them.
The site is still under construction, but the punctuation menu is functional.
For each punctuation mark, you will find an explanation and examples. Some posts show the differences between the Chicago Manual of Style and the AP Stylebook.
The "plot" will thicken as I continue.
Ruth came to a decision fork in the road. Her choice would take her on a path she could never imagine.
How many of God’s companions depart from Him at the decision-fork in the road? When they come to an intersection He has ordained, one that will lead them on the bloodstained road home, what do they do?
Ruth’s decision-fork took her on a road that departed from the land of widowhood and devastation, meandered through the fields of impoverishment, led her through the land of...
Well, you’ll just have to read it to find out. Click the link for a free ebook/pdf.
The King has declared that ''it is now a crime at any place and any time to read speak or write anything that rhymes.'' As an overreaction to a strange curse, King Vyrnan places the language of his kingdom in exile. How will the citizens respond? What is the plan to restore their language to its former glory? Are you ready and able to help?
A whimsical text with delightful illustrations involves the reader in an attempt to rescue the language of the kingdom. Find the hidden words that complete the verse and take a look through the newly invented ''Rhymeoccular.'' Be sure to read this one out loud to your children they will truly enjoy it!
Years ago, I wrote for a devotional site called Granola Bar Devotionals. The owner of the site just put together an anthology of some of the posts over the years. She has included mine. I'm not sure which one is in there but I thought I'd give it a shoutout. The proceeds will go to African missions in Mombasa.
You Can BE Comfortable in Your Own Skin
(even if you suffer from low self-esteem)
You can LOVE who you are!
(God wants to teach you why He made you)
When you know and love who God made you to be, you can pursue life with security, freedom, and peace. However, when you struggle to love and accept who you are, you won't be able to love others or God. You won't reach your potential.
You can ENJOY your relationships and your work!
(your identity is the key)
You are significant and important. Your identity is the crucial, intentional part of God's plans and purposes. He designed you before you were born. He has plans for you in eternity.
Confident Identity is a three-part book created to help you live confidently by understanding, discovering, and using your God-given identity.
* Clarifies what identity is and what it isn't
* Includes multiple self-discovery exercises
* Guides you through writing identity, vision, and mission statements
Don't miss out on who you are. Invest in the joyful process of discovering who you really are by ordering Confident Identity.
Your identity is God's greatest gift to you only if you open it up and discover who you are.