A Couple s Journey with God

Author: Bill Farrel
Publisher: Harvest House Publishers
ISBN: 0736945431
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Bill and Pam Farrel, authors of the bestselling Men Are Like Waffles-Women Are Like Spaghetti (more than 280,000 copies sold), bring their keen insights into relationships to these devotions that celebrate marriage, encourage open communication, and provide meaningful ways for husbands and wives to draw closer together. Our busy world often pulls couples apart, but it doesn't have to be that way. Spending time together each day in devotion and prayer will strengthen and bring joy to a relationship as couples learn to connect their love with God's wisdom. A Couple's Journey with God will expose readers to practical ideas for staying in love, personal tips for great interactions, and passionate prompts for adding that extra spark to their relationship. It's the perfect book for all couples at any stage of life and relationship.

I Thee Wed

Author: Billy Jackson
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ISBN: 9780692859629
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I Thee Wed: A Couple's Journey to a Godly Marriage is the testimonial of a couple who, blessed by a second chance at matrimony, share their 13-year journey to the God-centered marriage that sustains them today.

Thirteen Months

Author: Don Brobst
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1449713114
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In a society where love has been tainted and marriage destroyed by the ways of this world, Thirteen Months is the depiction of the ultimate love between a man and a woman, the way God intends it to be.In the face of unspeakable tragedy, every aspect of one couple's adventures, both past and present, have forged the bond between them that will carry them into the center of God's plan. As a physician finding himself in the heart-wrenching position of being totally and utterly helpless to save the love of his life, Don has no power to overcome this foe, save for his faith in God and the power of prayer.A romantic and deeply touching story, Thirteen Months seeks to inspire on every level. It is much more, though as it reaches out not only to those finding themselves fighting for their lives, but for couples everywhere who desire more in their marriages and who need to see the fullness of love and depth of romance God desires for them.

Men Are Like Waffles Women Are Like Spaghetti

Author: Bill Farrel
Publisher: Harvest House Publishers
ISBN: 0736968881
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Men tend to compartmentalize their lives into boxes (like waffles), while women often let their thoughts intersect (like spaghetti). But waffles and spaghetti can make an excellent dish! Discover the ingredients for loving, working, and winning together.

Infertility

Author: Lois Flowers
Publisher: Harvest House Publishers
ISBN: 9780736911801
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From her own experience, Flowers understands the struggle and anguish infertile readers go through, and she gently points out some strategies that will help bring true peace and joy in the midst of the disappointment.

Trusting God Through the Valley

Author: Ruth McMillan Mayfield
Publisher: Tate Publishing
ISBN: 1606969773
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When her husband, Duane, collapsed, Ruth had no idea that the ministry plans they had prayerfully laid out had been shattered. The world as she knew it, and the husband she had married, were about to be transformed. Take this journey of faith with Ruth Mayfield in Trusting God through the Valley, as she rests in peaceful assurance that the Lord has everything under control, while doctors bring devastating news. Duane faced death several times. Yet miracles follow as family and friends join their faith with Ruth's to see God's miraculous intervention again and again. This is a true story of God's faithfulness when we face severe trials. You will be encouraged and your faith deepened as you read how Ruth placed her mustard seed faith in an all powerful, loving God in Trusting God through the Valley.

Blessed of God a Christian Mission Couple s Journey

Author: Manuel Evans
Publisher: Fastprint Publishing
ISBN: 9781780355597
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This book is more than family history. It will open your eyes to how the British subjugated their colonies and Christian missions were used to promote British trade. It also deals with the fallouts from the clash between Christianity and local (Igbo) cust

The Insanity of God

Author: Nik Ripken
Publisher: B&H Publishing Group
ISBN: 1433673088
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Presents stories of persecuted Christians whose faith in Christ was not diminished by adverse circumstances, and the lessons that the author took from those stories and applied to his own beliefs about the sufficiency of God.

Where God Begins to Be

Author: Karen Karper
Publisher: Backinprint.Com
ISBN: 9780595333219
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"In her inspiring, vividly composed and always faithful book" (Susan Muto), Karen Karper describes a world where life is rich in being rather than in having. Selected as a Catholic Book of the Month, Where God Begins To Be fulfills Murray Bodo's observation that " instead of myth fabricated from a few fragments, we have here the details-the nitty-gritty, muddy details-of a hermit's daily living." Karen is a "Seer who brings you along with her, joyfully." (Richard Rohr) "In deftly drawn vignettes, Karper's story, told with simplicity and gentle honesty, is one of faith deepening, beauty awakening, and love discovered." (Gerald May)

When the Stars Fall Down

Author: Pat Lamb
Publisher: Tate Publishing & Enterprises
ISBN: 9781625101525
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Mrs. Lamb, spring is here?' The second grader looked up and asked as I stood holding the door with all my strength against the wind and sand. The Navajo children were filing back to the dorm from the classrooms. How sad, I thought. Back home in Missouri, the first sign of spring was robins chirping and hopping about in the yard, but here, on the Navajo reservation, a sandstorm was the first sign of spring. As I stood holding the door, my words of greeting to the children seemed to be whisked right out of my mouth and flung swiftly away. Was our work among the American Indians like the words that couldn't be discerned in the howling wind? Were all of our efforts no more than Talking into the Wind? As a young woman, I had come to the reservation feeling that God wanted me to be of help to the American Indian people. I had miraculously met the man with whom I was to spend more than half a century, and the two of us wanted to do all we could to help the people who seemed so needy. There were many times, however, when we felt our efforts were futile. We learned, however, that God does not judge us by our results, but rather by our love for him and our brothers. 'Talking into the Wind is a revelation about being obedient to what God desires of us. This book is about commitment, dedication, and, most of all, love. Pat shares with us her fears and her joys and opens our eyes as to life on our Indian Reservations. This couple made a difference in the lives of those who needed love and understanding. Pat and Keith allowed God to love through them and blessed others by being His hands to mold the clay.' Paul Greene, Pastor FirstBaptistChurch Kimberling City, MO