Chronicles Of The Cross (3-in-1) by Max Lucado
This value-priced omnibus edition contains three of master storyteller Max Lucado’s bestselling titles on the life and sacrifice of Jesus:
- Now Wonder They Call Him The Saviour
- Six Hours One Friday
- And The Angels Were Silent.
Together, they involve readers intimately in the final journey to the Cross, and offer fresh insight into the depths of God’s love for us. – Koorong
Fasting For Breakthrough And Deliverance by John Eckhart
There is freedom from the torment of the enemy!
Best-selling author and trusted teacher on deliverance, John Eckhardt reveals strongholds that can be broken including poverty, sickness, witchcraft, sexual impurity, pride, fear, confusion, and marital problems. Fasting will help readers to overcome these manifestations of oppression and break free from their limitations.
Not Do But Done by Alan Platt
Prayers From The Heart & Promises For The Soul by Elize Parker
Prayers from the Heart & Promises for the Soul contains 70 prayers that take you through the days before Jesus’ Crucifixion to His Resurrection, until the Ascension and Pentecost.
Each of these prayers comes from the heart and will help you to experience the message of the New Testament with your emotions, soul and spirit.
Also included: relevant Bible verses, encouraging Scripture promises with each prayer, as well as an alphabetical index of themes for easy reference.
Expected arrival in store 25 March 2016. Send enquiry for pre-order to email@example.com
The Dead Wife’s Handbook by Hannah Beckerman
The Dead Wife’s Handbook is the stunning emotional debut from author Hannah Beckerman. ‘Today is my death anniversary. A year ago today I was still alive.’ Rachel, Max and their daughter Ellie had the perfect life – until the night Rachel’s heart stopped beating. Now Max and Ellie are doing their best to adapt to life without Rachel, and just as her family can’t forget her, Rachel can’t quite let go of them either. Caught in a place between worlds, Rachel watches helplessly as she begins to fade from their lives. And when Max is persuaded by family and friends to start dating again, Rachel starts to understand that dying was just the beginning of her problems. As Rachel grieves for the life she’s lost and the life she’ll never lead, she learns that sometimes the thing that breaks your heart might be the very thing you hope for. Hannah Beckerman gives an unforgettable exploration of love and loss in her first novel, The Dead Wife’s Handbook.