Today’s 3 FREE Christian eBooks and more for 9/17/2017 #amreading



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In 1870, Hazel Lynn Morgan was a girl right on the verge of becoming a woman. She lives in a small town on a farm in Ohio, where nothing new or exciting ever happens. She has survived this long by reading books about exotic places and using her imagination, or what her Ma has termed, her “Magical Thinking.” Will a simple mail order bride ad placed by a cattle rancher in Texas named Heath Key change Hazel’s life for the better? Or will the secret that Heath is hiding threaten to ruin both of their lives? Will the man who has been by Heath’s side as his best friend since childhood bring them closer or come between them in the end?



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2013 GRACE AWARD FINALIST – When a self-conscious young woman discovers the boy in drama class is actually the immortal who painted the world into being, she becomes the target of another painter who hates humanity. The Earth Painter is a Young Adult Supernatural Romance set in the small mill town of Chesnee, SC. It revolves around Holly Scruggs, whose family has just moved back to Chesnee after her dad lost his job along with pretty much everything they owned. Her image conscious parents correct her to the point of brokenness until she meets Theo. He is the artist responsible for all the beauty of the land and he thinks Holly is beautiful, too. Together they will fight against Fritz, the water painter, who hates humans and is hiding a secret under the high school.



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When everyday people are confronted by the most charismatic individual in the history of the world, their reactions vary from doubt to anger to instant commitment; but one and all their lives are profoundly changed by the experience and so will the reader’s be as they join in the character’s encounter with the Master. For the most part, they were ordinary people… fishermen, farmers, craftsmen… some were powerful like the priests and the Pharisees… some were outcasts like the lepers and the possessed… but all had an opportunity unique in the history of our world – they personally met the Master. Each person who met Him was deeply affected. Jesus was a lightening rod… people were drawn to Him and had strong reactions to His actions and His message… reactions that were not always positive, definitive or committed.

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Release God’s Word Through Declaration! Fear and anxiety may darken our lives, but God offers a supernatural solution: His freshly spoken word. Ed Delph and David Lake invite you to experience the voice of God in a new way. Through their revelatory three-step approach, you will learn how to hear the freshly spoken, Rhema word from God, and speak forth what He is saying. This kind of confident prayer produces power and results! You can break through darkness in the same way that God’s spoken word created light and order in Genesis 1. Declaration releases supernatural creative power, and this power is available to every Christian!



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When Connor Larkin boards a late night bus in downtown L.A., he’s not sure where he’s going or what he’s looking for. Putting his acting career—and his fiancée—on hold, he’s searching for a part of himself he lost on the road to success. Now, with his wedding day approaching, Connor finds himself stepping into the sleepy seaside town of Miramar Bay—where one remarkable woman inspires him to rethink all of his choices . . . Unlike the pretentious starlets back in Hollywood, Sylvie Cassick has had to work hard for everything she has. When Connor hears familiar music drifting out of her restaurant, he can’t escape a feeling of finally coming home. Sylvie isn’t sure what to think when this impossibly handsome stranger applies for a waiter’s job. Yet once he serenades her customers—and slowly works his way into her heart—she realizes there’s more to him than he’s letting on. But as the world outside Miramar begins to threaten their fragile bond, Connor will have to risk losing everything to gain the life he longs for—and become the man Sylvie deserves.