Wisdom For Each Day
Thomas Nelson, December 2008
One of the best ways to grow closer to God is to spend time alone with Him--every day. Reading His Word, meditating on its truth, and coming to Him in prayer will help you keep your priorities straight, and the focus of your heart and mind on God's love and will for your life. May these devotionals strengthen you and give you wisdom to live boldly for Christ and grow stronger in your faith than ever before.
365 Daily Whispers of Wisdom for Young Women: A Year Of Inspirational Readings
Barbour, January 2009
You're just beginning the journey of adulthood. Education, career, friendships, family, marriage, and kids--one or all of the above may be in your life. As you lay the foundation for your future, how will you make time to grow in your relationship with your heavenly Father? This daily devotional is the perfect way to jump-start your spiritual life. Whether you're in a new place, experiencing a new life, or rooted firmly in a daily routine, this book will refresh your spirit and remind you that you aren't alone on the journey.
365 Daily Whispers for Busy Women: A Year Of Inspirational Readings
Barbour, December 2008
Schedules fill quickly, to-do lists stretch for miles. Whether it's career, kids and family, volunteering, homemaking, or all of the above, it's sometimes hard to find the time to focus on our most important relationship--with our heavenly Father. This daily devotional is the perfect way to jump-start your spiritual life and will meet you right where you are today. Whether you're experiencing an I've-got-everything-under-control day or a frazzled I'll-never-get-anything done day, this book will remind you you're not alone in this journey.
Amy Lyles Wilson
Fresh Air Books, October 2008
Enhance your capacity to care...by cultivating a compassionate heart. Chances are, someone in your midst could use a little of your time, a bit of your spirit. A friend or a neighbor, a coworker of a family member, maybe even a stranger could benefit from someone's reaching out to them. This little book encourages you to adopt compassion as a way of life instead of saving it for special occasions. The essays provide for doing just that, be it tending injured animals or bearing another's burdens.
Amy Lyles Wilson
Fresh Air Books, October 2008
Go beyond merely forgiving and forgetting...and discover how to make peace with your past. Like many of you, I've been dealt a few cards I do not think I deserved. In response, I used to think forgiving and forgetting meant I had to act like I had never been wronged. The writers in this collection tell me otherwise. Forgiving, they say, does not require pretending you were never hurt. It does mean, however, that you'll need to make peace with your past in order to embrace the future.
Fresh Grounded Faith: Devotions To Awaken Your Spirit
Harvest House, December 2008
Your morning coffee is fresh and satisfying...how about your faith? The God of the Bible is the God of fresh things. When you are grounded, you are rooted. God's Spirit provides insights from God's Word that you can trust and depend on regardless of what you face, regardless of what you may need to endure. As you drink in these daily thoughts and write down the responses brewing inside you, your faith will become richer and more satisfying, and the pleasing aroma will be a treat for everyone you meet.
The Maker's Diet for Weight Loss
Jordan S. Rubin
Siloam, January 2009
Jordan Rubin takes his nutritional principles to a whole new level in this 16-week program designed to help you finally achieve your weight-loss goals. By addressing your whole person, body, mind, emotions, and spirit, this will help you reach a weight that makes you look good and feel good about yourself. With solid medical advice from Bernard Bulwer, MD, this book presents a holistic approach to weight loss that will change your life forever.
The Bare Bones Bible Handbook For Teens
Harvest House, December 2008
God wrote the bible so that you could get to know Him and live a better life. But the Bible is a big book filled with lots of information. How can you ever get to know it and use it in your everyday life? That's what this book is all about. In just 10 minutes you can discover the key points of any book of the Bible. You'll learn the big idea of each book, the main people and events, and the important lessons for personal and spiritual growth. You'll be amazed at how much the Bible has to say about the things that matter most to you--your happiness, friends and family, home and school, and goals for the future.
The Centurion's Wife
Davis Bunn & Janette Oke
Bethany House, January 2009
When her family's wealth and power are lost forever, Leah is sent to Pilate in hopes that he might arrange a strategic marriage. But despite her betrothed's striking countenance and position, Leah deems life as a centurion's wife a fate worse than death. Head of the garrison near Galilee, Alban has ambitions that could one day see him at the seat of power, in Rome itself. Eager to prove himself, he takes on the assignment of a lifetime, one that will put his career, his beliefs, and his very life at risk. But when the death and missing body of an obscure rabbi compel Leah and Alban to search for answers, what they discover changes everything.
Upper Room Books, January 2009
Earth Gospel offers four weeks of prayer, meditation with scripture, and prayerful reflection. Join with sages across time who contemplate the beauty and delicate nature of our home: planet Earth. Conveniently sized to tuck into a backpack for a field expedition or as a companion to your Bible during prayer time, Earth Gospel will deepen your appreciation and commitment to creation.
Daily Seeds From Women Who Walk In Faith
Lustrea, Schmidt, & Neff
Moody Publishers, October 2008
Are you sensing God wants to do something new in your life? Then treat yourself to a daily seed of encouragement and see how God will grow it. Written by more than 70 contributors from an array of life experiences, these selections will meet you on the paths you walk--of busyness, loneliness, search for purpose, financial stress, envy, loss, changing friendships, and many others. Learn from women like yourself how you can wait on God for His perfect gifts, honor Him with your work, savor the simple pleasures He gives, exercise your imagination, and , as one writer puts it, "keep your eyes on the Instructor of the dance of life." You'll plant spiritual seeds that yield a fresher, more interesting walk with the Lord.
Look Unto Me: The Devotions of Charles Spurgeon
Zondervan, October 2008
Charles Spurgeon has encouraged generations of Christians to discover a richer commitment to Christ. This book offers spiritual insight and timeless wisdom from one of the greatest preachers of all time. This devotional, drawn from Spurgeon's Morning by Morning, has now been updated in today's language and includes contemporary commentary by Jim Reimann. With precise NIV text, the timeless message of the original devotions flows unhindered through these pages, lending guidance and hope to a new generation of believers.
The Prayer That Makes God Smile
Harvest House, January 2009
You make God happy. And He is happiest when you talk to Him...but there is one prayer that always makes God smile. God loves you so much, and He always listens when you talk to Him. You can tell Him anything. You can share how you feel. You can ask Him for whatever you need. You can thank Him for His awesome gifts. And when you pray the prayer that makes you a part of God's family forever, you'll know that God is smiling.