Today’s FREE or Bargain Christian eBooks for Kindle, Nook, and iBooks 8/29/2016 #amreading

An Amish Market: Four Novellas


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All the color and variety of a quaint Amish shop in a charming collection of novellas by four of your favorite authors. Feel free to come in and browse!

Heaven: Your Real Home


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We all think about heaven–or at least we wonder what will happen to us after we die. For the Christian, these should be comforting, exciting thoughts. In this beautiful devotional gift book, Joni Eareckson Tada has chosen short excerpts from her book, Heaven, and arranged them around common topics such as: Where is heaven and what is it like? What will we do in heaven? Each inspiring and faith-filled meditation is paired with a verse of scripture and a heart-felt prayer.

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Lancaster Amish Secrets (Lancaster Amish Juggler Series, #1)


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Hannah and Abram Schroeder are forever relegated to play second fiddle to their older, cherished sister Rebecca. Abram escapes through learning to juggle, while Hannah’s peace comes only through baking her special Whoopie Pies, which she and her brother sell at the local market. But when Hannah finds love and starts courting against her parents’ wishes, a terrible secret is brought to light, setting her on a collision course that will change all of their lives forever. Can Hannah, through faith, mend her broken family without sacrificing her own fragile chance at love?

Confessions of a Prayer Slacker


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Let’s face it. Most of us are clueless at praying. Why is that? And how come we’ve never done anything about it? In Confessions of a Prayer Slacker, author Diane Moody traces her own personal prayer journey with a touch of humor and a healthy dose of transparency.

Waiting In The Wings: A Devotional for Standers

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Standing in the gap for a spouse can be one of the most difficult and heart wrenching experiences one can face in a marriage. In fact, most give up. I understand all too well. Watching my husband walk out of my family’s life was a emotionally exhaustive experience. Coping with betrayal, rejection and loss, among other emotions, led to living life in a pit that always managed to do deeper.