Christian books about dating for girls
There will be hangups and mess ups and dark alleys and long stretches. But Truth still stands and truth is, Jesus has Overcome. We first listened to this book on dramatized audio while taking a road trip.
No one wanted to stop for bathroom or lunch breaks!! This book gives glimpse after beautiful glimpse of God’s Amazing Grace. This book has a morning and evening scripture compilation reading.
Award-winning Christian fiction writer Melanie Dobson's latest book, set back in the mid 1700s, is the story of a small group of Moravian Christians from Germany who move to America with a heartfelt desire to share the Gospel with the Indian population.
The community settles in Nazareth, northeastern Pennsylvania, for a short time to recover from the tiring ocean voyage.
What I found so profound about this particular book is the topic of self-doubt. I wasn’t interested in reading this book until God began to transform my rigid, moral, legalistic version of Christianity with taste after taste of His grace. I guess that is to be expected since it is the Word of God, just in a different format.
This paperback would make a good addition to any couple's library.
Francine tells the story of Angel, a young girl sold into prostitution and hardened by years of abuse. But as one who really struggles with the sinful temptation to listen to shame and let it silence me, I can say that many of the messages we hear are fluff. They are devoid of any power to truly slay the spiritual force of darkness behind ungodly shame…
I can’t remember the last time I read a fictional book but Francine Rivers? Oh my goodness, it truly is a must read, fiction or not. She stays for awhile, then leaves him to return to prostitution. Until finally, she runs so far that Michael Hosea can’t possibly find her. and unless you’re a brick wall will move you to tears in doing so. Just in case that person exists, I’ll give a quick summary: Childhood of grief. When shame has it’s nasty tentacles deep in your spirit, you don’t need some humanistic “You’re good enough! I know our current Christian culture loves to give these empty accolades and tells us to just believe these pithy little statements about ourselves and we’ll be okay.
There WILL be times of great loneliness and times of facing my deepest fears. Yes, I recommend reading it and letting it remind you of Truth… So Chuck Black writes for young adults but a little secret? My younger kids enjoy his books and my husband and I do too.
These are books I consider essential reading for any Christian woman. Although I would like to be able to list them in order of “profoundness,” I, of course, cannot. ) Rather, it is solid truth rooted in the work and words of Jesus. It reminds me that there WILL be hard things in life. So this little book reminds me of great spiritual truth and does it in a delightful, colorful way.