3 Free Christian Kindle Books: Non-Fiction

September 23, 2012

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The Power of Persistent PrayerThe Power of Persistent Prayer
by Cindy Jacobs
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Cindy Jacobs, bestselling author and recognized leader in the worldwide prayer movement, brings her passionate message to all Christians who struggle with prayer or desire to be more effective prayer warriors.

This powerful guide will answer such questions as, “Why does it take so long to receive answers to my prayers?” “How can I take my prayer life to the next level?” and many more. Whether they wonder why their prayers aren’t answered, if God likes the way they pray, or if they are persistent enough in their prayers, Jacobs addresses these concerns and provides solid biblical answers. Written out of the crucible of her own deep prayer life, Jacobs starts with basic teaching and builds up to more in-depth topics, including fasting and spiritual warfare.

Readers will come away with a fresh understanding of how to develop a strong, consistent prayer life and to discover the power of persistent prayer.

The Christian's Guide to Harry PotterThe Christian’s Guide to Harry Potter
by Leslie Barnhart
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In The Christian’s Guide to Harry Potter, Leslie Barnhart attempts to reconcile Harry Potter fandom and Christianity. Not only does she explore the differences between Harry Potter “Magic” and secular sorcery/witchcraft, she artfully uncovers the history, traditions, and Biblical background that helped J.K. Rowling create the concepts within the Harry Potter series.

For each Harry Potter book in the series, Leslie Barnhart guides the reader through the alchemical and Christian roots, providing a wealth of knowledge that will make the reader want to re-read the series time and again.

Deeper - Contemplative Prayer for Charismatic ChristiansDeeper – Contemplative Prayer for Charismatic Christians
by Stefan Smart
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We all long for greater intimacy with God in prayer. This book will be a great help to many people in this respect. Written from a solidly biblical perspective with a foreword by Joyce Huggett, it is a profoundly simple but practical introduction to the art of contemplative prayer, offering clear guidelines on how to listen to God and spend time in his presence – in silence, through reflecting on the Scriptures and using our creativity.

In Deeper Stefan Smart provides a wealth of practical suggestions and resources which will encourage us all in our search for connection with God.

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Evang Tt Black September 23, 2012 at 1:07 pm

3 GREAT choices, thanks. May God bless you.

Stephanie M. White Gallardo September 23, 2012 at 4:08 pm

Thanks-I know a few people that I will have some interested debates with after reading, "The Christian's Guide To Harry Potter".

Bea Hall September 23, 2012 at 4:39 pm

I know, I can hear it now! I have friends that think it's horrible I let my grandkids listen to HP>

Stephanie M. White Gallardo September 23, 2012 at 8:36 pm

Well it will be nice to have some "published" back up!

Janis Page Duvall September 23, 2012 at 6:46 pm

Thank you so much for adding some great nonfiction also…

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