3 Free Christian Kindle Books: Non-Fiction

September 19, 2012

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Holy Parenting: Making the Common SacredHoly Parenting: Making the Common Sacred
by Benjamin Kerns
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Having a child is truly amazing. However, if we are honest, there is a natural grieving process that happens as we realize our old life is now over. One of the most difficult aspects to get over is losing personal space and time. All of the freedoms we have grown accustomed to have instantly gone away.

For Christian parents who have once had a thriving walk with God, having little children has made it next to impossible to stay connected the way we used to. But take heart, this season of life doesn’t have to be defined by dry spirituality.

Holy Parenting is a book that walks along with you as a parent; helping you come to terms with this new reality, expand their devotional diet, and provide helpful tools to develop your own faith, as well as the faith of your children.

Homestead (A Memoir)Homestead (A Memoir)
by Jane Kirkpatrick
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Joining her husband in the fight to create a home out of a rugged stretch of sagebrush, rattlesnakes, and sand in eastern Oregon, Jane Kirkpatrick uneasily relinquishes the security of a professional career; the convenience of electricity, running water, and a phone line; and, perhaps most daunting, the pleasures of sporting a professional manicure. But the pull of the land is irresistible, and they dream of gathering their first harvest from a yet-to-be-planted vineyard.

Rather than the simple life they had envisioned, Jane and Jerry find themselves confronting flood and fire, government bureaucracies, and runaway calves, among other disheartening setbacks. Jane frequently questions the sanity of pioneering in this remote area, known as Starvation Point, and she fights against panic with each trip down the seven-mile, boulder-strewn, rut-carved “driveway” she calls “the reptile road,” which threatens to spill them into the ravine with every lurch of the truck.

But as she learns to navigate her new life, this novice rancher discovers that disappointment, isolation, and danger can’t compete with the generosity of their rural community, the strength of family bonds, and the faithfulness of the God who planted in their hearts the dream of carving a refuge out of an inhospitable land.

The Hour That Changes the WorldThe Hour That Changes the World
by Dick Eastman
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The Hour That Changes the World, first published by Baker in 1978, is a classic book on prayer that offers practical suggestions on how readers can revitalize their prayer lives.

Dick Eastman challenges Christians to spend one hour each day in prayer, and he outlines a twelve-step prayer program to help them accomplish the task. By dividing one hour into twelve five-minute “points of focus,” such as praise, waiting, confession, and Scripture praying, believers will develop a more consistent habit of daily prayer.

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Catherine Kerchner McKeever September 19, 2012 at 2:45 pm

Thank you for the free books!

Judy Dame Grimsley September 19, 2012 at 2:53 pm

Some good reading is appreciated.

John Debbie Sturdefant September 19, 2012 at 2:54 pm


Cathy Plank Sartor September 19, 2012 at 2:55 pm

Thank you for the free books, love to read books about real life people.

Patty Edwards September 19, 2012 at 2:56 pm

Thanks! Loving this so much!

Marge Massey September 19, 2012 at 3:02 pm

thanks for the books.

Dee Worley September 19, 2012 at 3:06 pm

Looks like a great read– maybe during winter break? 🙂 It's free-go get it!

Rita Clark September 19, 2012 at 4:03 pm

Thank you!

Katrina Bolton Duvalois September 19, 2012 at 6:19 pm

I got the Hour that Changes the World. Gotta do my part…

Ann Heier Maines September 19, 2012 at 6:23 pm

Thank you!

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