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Bob Pierce: This One Thing I Do

by Franklin Graham Jeanette Lockerbie

Bob Pierce was the friend of the "little" people, the forgotten, the hurting people who are unheard of and unsung except in the courts of heaven. He founded World Vision which has become one of the largest social and religious institutions in the world. After he retired from World Vision, Bob's restless spirit would not allow him to stop. He founded another organization that was probably even closer to his heart at the end of his life-- Samaritan's Purse.

A Call To Honor

by Gilbert Morris Bobby Funderburk

Ben Logan was filled with impossible dreams of success and far-off adventure. Always one of the "have-nots" in the small class-conscious town of Liberty, Georgia, he was alternately tolerated and rejected by those that called him "poor white trash" and ridiculed his father, an often-drunk pulpwood cutter. Part of Ben's dream comes true when the daughter of the richest man in town invites him into her self-centered world. Ben is haunted by the memory of her kiss, the soft wetness of her lips against his neck, her fragrance, and her unbearably blue eyes. But when circumstances force Ben to leave Liberty and join the Navy, the memory of that kiss goes with him, erasing thoughts of the other young woman he left behind: Rachel, the thin, freckle-faced daughter of a poor Pentecostal preacher. "God told me I'm going to be your wife," Rachel told Ben on the day he left Liberty. "Are you crazy" Ben scoffed at her. "I'd never marry you in a hundred years!" But everything changed--everything--on December 7,1941, when Ben Logan found himself in Pearl Harbor, leaning into a gun mount on the deck of the USS Arizona...

Escape The Coming Night: The Bright Hope of Revelation

by Carole C. Carlson David Jeremiah

No one can deny that the world is in trouble. Tragedy stalks our streets. Violence and bloodshed fill the news. How do we explain so much chaos? Is there any hope for peace in our time? Dr. David Jeremiah's dramatic narrative on the Book of Revelation answers these and many more challenging questions, by unraveling the imagery and explaining the significance of the events described in the last book of the Bible. Within its pages are the hope and encouragement we need to lift us from the gloom of present events to the promise of a brilliant future. Copyright © Libri GmbH. All rights reserved.

My Life as a Toasted Time Traveler (The Incredible Worlds of Wally McDoogle #10)

by Bill Myers

After a future version of himself travels back in time to warn Wally of an upcoming accident, he is confronted by multiple future Wallys arguing that he must not try to rewrite God's plan for his life.

My Life as an Afterthought Astronaut (The Incredible Worlds of Wally McDoogle #8)

by Bill Myers

When accident-prone Wally McDoogle finds himself a part of a space shuttle mission, he learns a lesson about the importance of obeying the rules.

My Life as Polluted Pond Scum (The Incredible Worlds of Wally McDoogle #11)

by Bill Myers

Thirteen-year-old Wally must learn to trust God when his Career Day assignment on the local water management facility leads him to a rumor of a lake monster and a real scheme that threatens the town.

Power, Money and Sex: How Success Almost Ruined My Life

by Deion Sanders Jim Nelson Black

Superstar Deion Sanders tells his powerful life story and reveals how power, money and sex could not satisfy the void in his life--a void ultimately satisfied by his relationship with Christ.

Their Blood Cries Out: The Untold Story of Persecution Against Christians in the Modern World

by Lela Gilbert Paul Marshall

Today more than 200 million Christians around the world suffer imprisonment, abuse and even death because of their faith. Yet most Americans never hear their stories. In Their Blood Cries Out, Paul Marshall reveals the reality of this present-day persecution, revealing what we can do to help these brothers and sisters in Christ.

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