Tag: forgiveness

  • The Polygamist’s Daughter

    The Polygamist’s Daughter

    by Anna LeBaron/with Leslie Wilson (link in pic) Ervil LeBaron was one of the most famous Mormon fundamentalist leaders. He was a self-proclaimed prophet that thought he was a god. He was imprisoned for the blood atonement killings that were done in the name of god. Anna was his daughter. This is one of those books…

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  • Letters from My Father’s Murderer – A Journey of Forgiveness

    by Laurie A. Coombs This book is a BEAUTIFUL message of forgiveness. As the title suggests, Laurie’s father was murdered. As she began to know Jesus and grow closer to Him, she started to realize that He was asking her to forgive her father’s murderer. Thus began a long journey of communication. Through many tears…

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  • As Waters Gone By

    As Waters Gone By

    by Cynthia Ruchti A story of pain, sorrow, healing, love and cleansing. Emmalyn moves to a small town so she can pick up the pieces of her life. Well, so she can pick up the pieces of what’s left of her life. Her husband is in prison and due to be released soon. Can their…

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  • The Heart of the Amish: Life Lessons on Peacemaking and the Power of Forgiveness

    The Heart of the Amish: Life Lessons on Peacemaking and the Power of Forgiveness

    by Suzanne Woods Fisher I know that most of you remember the Amish school shooting almost 10 years ago. The horror of such a thing and then seeing their response of forgiveness and support to the family that had hurt them, when they, themselves, were the ones that were needing support. This new release by…

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  • How to Catch a Prince — by Rachel Hauck

    How to Catch a Prince — by Rachel Hauck

    In the third book of The Royal Wedding series, Corina Del Ray faces some hard decisions. She has been secretly married to the prince of Brighton, but even SHE didn’t know that their marriage certificate is still legitimate. They married in secret, but was later told that it was done illegally. Five years after her…

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  • That’s How We Roll

    That’s How We Roll

    by Anna Weaver Hurt What. An. Exciting. Read!!! Anna Weaver Hurtt writes a memoir about life on the road with her family band, The Weaver Believers!! Living in a RV with a family of 9 has it’s interesting stories and she’s here to share them! All I can say is, “One Bathroom”. That’s it. Nine People.…

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  • The Thorn Bearer

    The Thorn Bearer

    by Pepper D. Basham I don’t even know where to begin. I have never read a novel that tackles such a difficult subject with as much clarity, truth, and passion. Sexual abuse is something that over 50% of women have suffered with at some point in their lives. Unfortunately, when it happens, it makes the…

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  • Oh boy, do I.

    Who am I that He should love me? What have I ever done that He should care. How many times have I hurt Him that He would forgive? What is He to me? Everything. All. It. My strength. My hope. Sometimes I think back on my life and the crazy ups and downs. The twists…

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  • The Covered Deep

    by Brandy Vallance How often does an author write their debut novel with such well deserved fanfare? Not often! Brandy Vallance explodes onto the the Christian Fiction scene with The Covered Deep. (Are you still stuck on the fact that I used the word “fanfare”? Me too!) Bianca Marshal has won the adventure of a…

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