Tag: Suffering

  • The Girl on the Tube

    The Girl on the Tube

    This is a touching and relatable story about growing up, finding a place to belong and learning to embrace our lives, even through the unexpected.

  • For A Lifetime

    For A Lifetime

    By Gabrielle Meyer “Time was a gift – one of the greatest we would ever be given – and I wouldn’t take it for granted.” – Hope Eaton Download the FREE Book Club Guide here * This book club guide was written by Gabrielle Meyer, visit her website and find other book club resources at  Gabrielle Meyer…

  • Born of Gilded Mountains

    Born of Gilded Mountains

    “A lost treasure. A riddled quest. The healing power of friendship.”

  • Just Be Honest

    Just Be Honest

    Clint’s book Just be Honest “is a rare treasure: a book on suffering I would actually dare to give someone in the midst of their pain. Heart-wrenchingly honest about how faith is no stranger to deep pain and how Scripture refuses to oversimplify the struggle with anguish in our souls, this book will connect to…

  • A Time To Mourn

    A Time To Mourn

    This is a book about how Christians can experience hope after the death of a non-believer, and it is so compelling and compassionately written that I would dare to give it to someone amid their grief. Our hope is found in the character of God as He reveals Himself in Scripture, and Dobbie’s examination of…

  • The Return of The King

    The Return of The King

    This story is about redemption and friendship. The King returns to redeem and restore goodness and virtue over the land, while friendship is the solid foundation on which all hard things are achieved, and clinging to the smallest amount of hope is enough to keep going with the burdensome task of destroying the One-Ring

  • The Hiding Place

    The Hiding Place

    “For I, too, had a hiding place when things were bad. Jesus was this place.”

  • Corrie ten Boom – Keeper of the Angels Den

    Corrie ten Boom – Keeper of the Angels Den

    “There is no pit so deep that God’s love cannot reach it.” – Bestie ten Boom