The Bound Trilogy follows lead character Sawyer Kind as she discovers her past and works to save those she loves against an ancient Irish curse, and a family feud that has been waging for over 500... More > years.< Less
Bound is an 8-week Bible Study suitable for individual or group use. For each week, four days of homework explore the idea of covenant and how God has chosen this ancient rite as the framework for... More > His interaction with man. Fresh presentation of old ideas, suggests that through the New Covenant God has bound Himself to us with unbreakable bonds of love and commitment. From the foot of the cross, the covenant invites us to believe God when He says "I will never leave you or forsake you" and explains why we can trust such a promise. Viewing the Scriptures through a covenant lens, we see how such a dusty old idea is relevant to our walk of faith today, even in the twenty-first century.< Less
Once finally back in her hometown of Washington, North Carolina, seventeen-year-old Emma Morgan learns the simple life she knew three years ago has changed from the moment she meets the charmingly,... More > bright-eyed Liam Alexander. But when her brother, Sean voices his disapproval, Emma finds her loyalty in the way of her new found curiosity. Only the more she tries to avoid him the more she finds Liam in her constant company. A risk that will lead Emma into discovering a secret no human must ever know. One that might just cost her her life...< Less
Edward Bounds was an American lawyer and pastor, who wrote nine books, seven of which were about prayer. Known as a veritable powerhouse of spiritual maturity, Bounds has affected the prayer lives of... More > thousands of people. This volume, contains his best works focusing on the proper mindset believers must attain in order to have the best prayer life. He reminds readers that one must have a humble heart and undivided allegiance to God in order to pray effectively. Throughout, Bounds frequently quotes other Christian thinkers, adding support and insight into his points about prayer. Finally, Bounds ends his encouraging and enlightening discussion by explaining the role of the Holy Spirit in prayer. Thus, to eliminate prayer from our daily lives is to abandon communication with God. For, you see, it is through prayer that we have the opportunity to share our deepest sorrows, joys, and desires with the only one who can truly comfort us; reminding readers that God's presence steadfastly endures.< Less
This book is about growing up in poverty and discovering the mysterious workings of the Holy Spirit, with concrete examples of the unexplainable manifestation of the Holy Spirit , and ultimately... More > being given the knowledge of the cure for cancer which modern science is just starting to find out about< Less
What the Church needs to-day is not more machinery or
better, not new organizations or more and novel methods, but men whom the Holy Ghost can use -- men of prayer, men mighty in prayer. The Holy... More > Ghost does not flow through methods, but through men. He does not come on machinery, but on men. He does not anoint plans, but men -- men of prayer.
An eminent historian has said that the accidents of personal character have more to do with the revolutions of nations than either philosophic historians or democratic politicians will allow. This truth has its application in full to the gospel of Christ, the character and conduct of the followers of Christ -- Christianize the world, transfigure nations and individuals. Of the preachers of the gospel it is eminently true.< Less