Each of the following ebooks was free on Amazon.com at the time of this post.
by T L Gray
Print Length: 415 pages
Publisher: T.L. Gray; 1 edition (April 15, 2013)
Set in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains, nineteen-year-old Avery Nichols embarks on a journey of love, loss and recognition that perfection is often an illusion. Avery finds herself drawn to two men — one troubled, one committed to the truth. To choose between them, she must learn about unconditional love and self-worth.
T.L. Gray is a freelance writer who also serves as a pastor’s wife in Ennis, Texas. It was her desire to see young girls know and experience Christ’s unconditional love that led her to write her debut novel, Shattered Rose.
by L.B. Pavlov
Print Length: 290 pages
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (October 6, 2012)
When Charlotte Ford moves across the street from Daniel Hollingsworth at the age of five years old, her life will forever be changed. Dealing with the loss of her mother, a shy Charlotte will grow into a young adult and find her way under the wing of her protective friend Daniel. As Daniel and Charlotte have both grown up with their lives already planned out for them, they will together form an unbreakable bond, as they overcome unbelievable obstacles.
Two elite athletes, that were born to fulfill the expectations of many, will learn through their journey what is most important in life. As Charlotte is expected to fulfill the dreams of her deceased mother, with hopes to go on to the Olympics, she will question whose dream she is living. Daniel is expected to play college football just as his brothers, his father and his grandfather have all done.
During their senior year of high school, Daniel and Charlotte will realize their friendship has grown into a longing love for one another, and they will fight very hard to be together. Separated by Charlotte’s over protective father whom is driven by the guilt from the death of his wife, as well as other people that will fight to come between them, Daniel and Charlotte will see if true love really does conquer all.
by G. M. Frazier
Print Length: 350 pages
Publisher: Epicea Books (November 8, 2011)
For Nelson Gody, the summer of 1969, the summer he would turn sixteen, began as all his past summers had. Life on his family’s small farm outside Bells Ferry, Mississippi, was safe and routine: chores, taking care of his little sister, working at a local gas station, swimming in the Wolf River with his best friend–his world was familiar and predictable.
All that would change as young Nelson experiences his first love, wrestles with the secret his best friend has been hiding, and meets a mysterious stranger who appears one day on an exotic motorcycle called the Black Shadow. Capped by the devastating effects of hurricane Camille, the events of that summer ensured that life as Nelson knew it would never be the same again.
by Lisa T. Bergren
Print Length: 384 pages
Publisher: David C. Cook; New edition (February 1, 2011)
Most American teenagers want a vacation in Italy, but the Bentarrini sisters have spent every summer of their lives with their parents, famed Etruscan scholars, among the romantic hills. In Book One of the River of Time series, Gabi and Lia are stuck among the rubble of medieval castles in rural Tuscany on yet another hot, boring, and dusty archeological site … until Gabi places her hand atop a handprint in an ancient tomb and finds herself in fourteenth-century Italy. And worse yet, in the middle of a fierce battle between knights of two opposing forces.
by Glenn Packiam
Print Length: 118 pages
Publisher: David C. Cook (March 5, 2013)
What if the way we worship isn’t just an expression of our faith, but is what shapes our faith?
The Church has believed this about the way we worship and pray together for centuries: The way we worship becomes the way we believe. But if this is true, it’s time to take a closer look at what we say and sing and do each week. Drawing from his own discovery of ancient worship practices, Glenn Packiam helps us understand why the Church made creedal proclamations and Psalm-praying a regular part of their worship. He shares about why the Eucharist was the climactic point of their corporate “re-telling of the salvation story.”
When our worship becomes a rich feast, our faith is nourished and no longer anemic. The more our worship speaks of Christ, the more we enter into the mystery of faith.