The life of every woman has its spiritual disciplines. Yet in a world where most are married before 25, how can a single woman find fulfillment, purpose, and hope—especially if she’d like to be married? Ordered Steps draws from personal experience and points to the only source of true fulfillment, focused purpose, and unconquered hope: Almighty God.
Brimming with fresh perspective and quiet joy, Ordered Steps looks with poignant honesty at the ups and downs of single life, and delves into the unlimited riches of an all-wise God. Written especially for singles, Ordered Steps reaches out into many facets of a Christian woman’s life, married or single, young or old. A treasure chest of encouragement.
When the occasion calls for the finest homemade dessert, is there a better way than with a homemade pie to give your guests the best? Pumpkin pie and Thanksgiving are a time-honored tradition. Fruit pies for any holiday are a great way to make a holiday more memorable.
In addition to the yummy pies featured in Perfect Pies Cookbook, you get pie baking tips to guide you on anything from baking that perfect crust to choosing the right pan to making pies ahead of time. Perfect Pies Cookbook also offers recipes for lots of special pie fillings and pie crusts.
Second Batch Recipes is a collection of 200+ favorite recipes of the Miller Six, known by family as the second batch. (An explanation of the first and second batch is inside the book.) It was compiled as a gift to their daughters. Since family and friends have asked for copies, you can now buy a copy, too.
For young Ruth Ann Kauffman life is good.
She feels secure in her parent’s love. Her brothers and sisters need and respect her. Many are her friends, but will that be enough to sustain her through life’s growing-up pains? More importantly– will God be satisfied with Ruth’s practiced goodness?
Come with Ruth Ann as she follows the path strewn with joys and sorrows. Strengthen your own faith with a look into the faith of this remarkable story based on actual happenings.
On the wild shores of Scotland in the early 1800s, Noreen Ridley finds her hopes dashed when her husband is lost at sea. Compelled to go on for the sake of her two little children, she seeks the help of a lonely old shepherd.
My prayer is that you will find inspiration in these compiled quotes, thoughts, poems, and verses.
I am thankful to God who so abundantly blessed me with strength to shape this project while battling with Lyme disease. It has been an encouragement to me. May God receive the glory.
I am grateful to my dear husband for supporting me in writing, and for editing the pages too!
I am blessed to be a wife, mother, and queen at home, and testify to an abundant life in Christ. May His name be glorified.
Depression, anger, anxiety, relationship problems, discouragement, despair, lusts, desires, expectations and disappointment are a short list of the things that people face in this life. Solomon's Guide To Worship Disorders exposes the underlying cause of these problems. This new, unique reference work provides over 2100 topically cross-referenced excerpts from the book of Proverbs. These are arranged in 13 categories, including Symptoms, Responses, Treatment and Prevention. Emotional problems, mental and personality disorders such as OCD, bipolar disorder and other problems described in the DSM are in reality a result of worship disorders which trace their origin to idolatry.
The law of sowing and reaping is still in effect. This law may hold the answers to struggles in your life. Because whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap. We have the Word of God on it. You can choose to receive blessing or cursing in your life by this law of sowing and reaping. It can be a matter of your choice. Are your words weak and powerless to effect long term change in others? Theres a reason. Theres a solution. The Bible talks about resurrection power that can raise someone from the dead. Have you experienced that power?
“Imprisoned in my kayak, I leaned back and wondered if this choice I had made was perhaps the most foolish, ill-advised choice of my entire life.”
Paul Stutzman was stuck in the weeds. Literally stuck, in the thick weeds of a Mississippi River swamp.
All of us at one time or another are “stuck.” We may find ourselves at a place In our jobs, our marriages, our parenting, or our faith when there seem to be no answers and no clear path ahead. What does a follower of Jesus do then?
Stutzman gives an honest account of events and questions in his own life that left him feeling just as stuck as the thick, impenetrable swamp weeds that confounded his Mississippi River journey. In a pilgrimage to find answers and clarity on personal and faith issues, he hikes a famous trail in Spain and ponders how choosing to be a disciple of Christ affects the choices we all make in our pilgrimages.
His reflections will challenge the discipleship of every follower of Jesus.