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July 10, 2013

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Dangerous Surrender by Kay Warren

Dangerous SurrenderDangerous Surrender
by Kay Warren

You have a plan for the rest of your life. God has a plan for the rest of your life. Are they the same?

You have expectations for how your life will play out, and you hope those plans will become realities. But what if God’s plan for your life is far different from what you had in mind? Can you accept that? Will you surrender your goals for God’s?

Kay Warren had a plan. Together with her husband, Rick Warren, author of the megaseller The Purpose Driven Life, she planned that after her kids were grown, she’d travel the world, teaching and encouraging couples in ministry. It was a good plan. But it wasn’t what God had in mind for her.

If you’ve ever struggled with knowing and doing God’s will, this book is for you. With raw honesty, Kay goes straight to the heart of the matter: the bottom line is surrender. Will you trust God?

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Spirit Hunger: Filling Our Deep Longing to Connect with God – Save 87%

Spirit Hunger: Filling Our Deep Longing to Connect with GodSpirit Hunger: Filling Our Deep Longing to Connect with God by Gari Meacham

In this six-session video-based study, author and speaker Gari Meacham identifies the path we share as we struggle to engage God in prayer and belief. Here, your heart’s desire to engage God is unwrapped, and lesser loves are stripped away, until a unique fragrance of God – a scent that has either never been unveiled or has been ignored – is exposed in your heart.

Meacham writes, ‘With the authenticity of my own life stories – marriage to a professional baseball player, struggles with severe food bondage, and a father who was a quadriplegic – I came to the crisp realization that my prayer life and my level of belief needed to match. Spirit Hunger provides a clear path toward matching these heart cries – leading away from crumbs and counterfeit, to a hungering for God.’ Meacham offers a fresh look on the topic of prayer that will help you move past longings to settle a place where you can authentically engage God. Designed for use with the Spirit Hunger Participant’s Guide.

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Once-A-Day Bible Promises Devotional

Once-A-Day Bible Promises DevotionalOnce-A-Day Bible Promises Devotional by Livingstone Corporation

The Once-A-Day Bible Promises Devotional highlights the areas of the Bible in which God speaks to his people and promises his peace, his power, and his presence. Written by the same trusted group that created the Life Application Study Bible, this book will allow you to more clearly and intuitively see the promises contained in Scripture – promises that connect to your life today to give you help and hope.

Each daily reading includes:* Scripture text from the most popular modern-English Bible translation, the NIV* A devotional thought about God’s promises* A reflection question to ponder, with room to jot down your thoughts.

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Chasing Jupiter – Save $13

Chasing JupiterChasing Jupiter by Rachel Coker

Rachel Coker follows up her debut novel Interrupted with a dramatic tale about faith and friendship that unfolds within a late 1960’s rural Georgia family. Sixteen-year-old Scarlett Blaine wants nothing more than to fulfill her autistic brother Cliff’s wish to launch a rocket to Jupiter. But tensions at home – thanks to her hippie sister, Juli – and money troubles make Scarlett’s life far from sparkling. Especially when the neighbor, Frank, has eyes only for Juli, even though Scarlett spends every day picking peaches with the boy. In the end, Scarlett must find a way to care for her brother and herself in a world that seems as hard as a peach pit.

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The Journey Home – On Sale for 99 Cents!

The Journey HomeThe Journey Home by Michael Baron

Joseph, a man in his late thirties, awakens disoriented and uneasy in a place he doesn’t recognize. Several people are near him when he opens his eyes, all strangers. All of them seem perfectly friendly, but none of them can explain to him how he got there. They offer him a delicious meal and pleasant conversation in a beautifully decorated room. This would be a very nice experience if not for one thing: Joseph doesn’t know where he is and he has no way to contact his wife, who he is sure is worried sick over him. Thanking the people for their hospitality, he leaves to make his way back home. The only problem is that whatever happened to him has stripped him of most of his memories. He knows he needs to get back to his wife, but he doesn’t know how to find her. He sets out on a journey to find his home with no sense of where he’s going and only the precious, indelible vision of the woman he loves to guide him.

Antoinette is an elderly woman in an assisted living facility. She’s spent the last six years there since her husband died, and most of those years have been happy. She enjoys the company of others in her situation and her son comes to visit often. But in recent months, she’s had a tougher and tougher time leaving her room. Her friends seem different to her and the world seems increasingly confusing. She spends an escalating amount of time on a journey inside her head. There, her body and mind haven’t betrayed her. There, she’s a young newlywed with a husband who dotes on her and an entire life of dreams to live. There, she is truly home.

Warren, Antoinette’s son, is a man in his early forties going through the toughest year of his life. His marriage ended, he lost his job, and in the past few months, his mother has gone from hale to increasingly hazy. Having trouble finding work, he spends more and more time by his mother’s bedside. But her lack of lucidity both frustrates and frightens him. With far too much time on his hands, he decides to try to recreate his memories of home by attempting to cook his mother’s greatest dishes using the rudimentary appliances available in her room. He finds the challenge surprisingly rewarding, especially because the only time he feels his mother is truly with him anymore is when she is eating the meals he prepares for her.

Joseph, Antoinette, and Warren are three people on different searches for home. How they find it, and how they connect with one another at this critical stage in each of their lives, is the foundation for a profound and deeply moving story.

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Daisy Chain – Save $13

Daisy ChainDaisy Chain by Mary E. DeMuth

The abrupt disappearance of young Daisy Chance from a small Texas town in 1973 spins three lives out of control – Jed, whose guilt over not protecting his friend Daisy strangles him; Emory Chance, who blames her own choices for her daughter’s demise; and Ouisie Pepper, who is plagued by headaches while pierced by the shattered pieces of a family in crisis.

In this first book in the Defiance, Texas Trilogy, fourteen-year-old Jed Pepper has a sickening secret: He’s convinced it’s his fault his best friend Daisy went missing. Jed’s pain sends him on a quest for answers to mysteries woven through the fabric of his own life and the lives of the families of Defiance, Texas. When he finally confronts the terrible truths he’s been denying all his life, Jed must choose between rebellion and love, anger and freedom.

Daisy Chain is an achingly beautiful southern coming-of-age story crafted by a bright new literary talent. It offers a haunting yet hopeful backdrop for human depravity and beauty, for terrible secrets and God’s surprising redemption.

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God and Football: Faith and Fanaticism in the Southeastern Conference

God and Football: Faith and Fanaticism in the Southeastern ConferenceGod and Football: Faith and Fanaticism in the Southeastern Conference by Chad Gibbs

At the age of 8, Chad Gibbs attended his first Southeastern Conference football game. Since then he has been in a constant battle to not let his love of all things pigskin consume him. As a Christian, Gibbs knows he cannot serve two masters, but at times his faith is overwhelmed by his fanaticism. He is not alone.

In 2008 over six million people attended an SEC football game. They spend thousands on season tickets, donate millions to athletic departments, and for three months a year order their entire lives around the schedule of their favorite team.

Gibbs and his six million friends do not live in a spiritually void land where such borderline idol worship would normally be accepted. They live in the American South, where according to the 2008 American Religious Identification Survey, 84 percent identify themselves as Christians.

This apparent contradiction that Gibbs sees in his own life, and in millions of others, has led him to journey to each of the twelve schools to spend time with rabid, Christian fans of various ages and denominations. Through his journey he hopes to learn how others are able to balance their passion for their team with their devotion to God. And if Gibbs learns others are just as messed up as he is, at least he will know he is not alone.

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