Reflections on Life II ~ Notes from the Journey
Reflections on Life II is 82 short stories that will open up God's world to you! Lessons from everyday life that will give you a new perspective on what God is doing and can do in your own life.
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Reflections on Life
Find the power of prayer, faith, hope, and joy found in everyday life as you walk the Christian journey with Jesus at your side. These stories--part devotional - part practical lessons will
compel you to
—look at each challenge in life as an opportunity to observe a miracle
encourage you to
—allow God to transform your ordinary life into an extraordinary one
remind you to
—reflect on your own life experiences and learn from them
Reflections on Life is a book that you will want to read time and time again. As Publisher of TheChristianOnlineMagazine.Com I highly recommend this book, for I am confident that it will serve as a true inspiration to you and your family for many years to come.
Reviewed by Darlene Osborne
Reflections on Life 52 stories of faith, hope, and love. More info →
The Price of Silence
Where do you go when no place is safe? Who do you turn to when saying anything could get someone killed? Who can you trust when "they" could be anyone?
Robyn Lockhart liked her simple but predictable life in the small Iowa town she grew up in. But when her mother moves them to the big city, Robyn has no choice but to brave the tumultuous high school she's thrust into. Then, with barely a blink and as an outsider looking in, Robyn begins asking questions that no one seems willing to face. Is it possible to stay silent while simultaneously shouting from the rooftops that something is deadly wrong? And if you shout, beyond those watching every move you make, who will even hear? More info →