The Bible in 52 Weeks or Less ($0.99) by Francis Jonah: Many Christians Have Never Read The Entire Bible There are many reasons why this is so but the main reasons are time management problems and a lack of a simple plan to go through the Bible. This book solves both problems with precision. This book is planned so painstakingly that it is possible to finish the entire Bible in 52 weeks or less.
The Greatest Leader of All Time ($0.99) by Jean Kabasomi: We all want to be better leaders, right? Why not learn a few tips from The Greatest Leader of All Time? How many of us could turn a group of 12 guys into a billion-member community? Speaks for itself right? Christian or not, no one can deny that there must be at least one thing that we can learn about leadership from the man Jesus Christ.
The Abortion Dilemma: In the Classical Jewish Tradition ($0.99) by Juan Marcos Bejarano Gutierrez: The topic of abortion is politically and religiously charged. Traditional Judaism adopts an interesting approach to this complex topic taking into account various contributing factors. The classical Jewish view essentially charts a path between unfettered availability and total prohibition based on various elements.
In Him – You Are: Trusting God With Who You Are, What You Have, and How He Sees You ($2.99) by Danny Davis: In Him – You Are focuses on a simple truth: those who have put their faith in Christ have what it takes to live victoriously. In Christ, we come into a relationship with God the Father – who delights in us! This book calls its readers to accept an invitation to live the life God intended them to live – not based on past failures but on the power of Christ that makes them new.
The Seven Days of Christmas (The “Days of…” Series Book 1) ($0.99) by Sharon D. Tweet: Meet the Athertons and the Stratfords: Where faith, family, and friendship entwine with hope, trust, and romance. After fourteen years of friendship, Caroline and Rick are discovering something new amidst the sparkle of the holiday season.
Lessons from Leviticus (Leviticus Devotionals Book 2) ($3.99) by Jean Kabasomi: Debunk the myth of the irrelevant, legalistic and difficult book of Leviticus! If you have never spent time meditating on the book of Leviticus in your personal Quiet Times with the Lord, then this easy-to-read and practical devotional is just for you!
Protection Spells of a Wicked Witch ($0.99) by Thalia Thorne: The World of Magic Can Be A Dangerous Place. All magic users shine like beacons in the spiritual world, and the light you cast will draw negative energy, harmful spirits, and baneful people. Whether you know it or not, if you use magic, you are going into battle. This book is your shield.
In Him: Establishing Our Identity In Christ ($0.99) by Dan Greenup: What is a Christian? We are who God says we are. In the Bible, verses that use prepositional phrases like in Christ, in Him, through Him, by Him, and others often contain statements about our true identity. This book contains several of these verses along with powerful biblical declarations to help you renew your mind and embrace who you are: A new creation in Christ!
Facing Life’s Challenges Head On: How Jesus Gets You Through What You Can’t Get Around ($0.99) by Bob Jennerich: Overwhelmed by anxiety, fear, and doubt? Unable to overcome guilt, temptation, and rejection? Feel like a failure because you’ve compromised too often, or can’t quit comparing yourself to others? Me too. So have many of God’s people. They defeated these emotions, and you can too. Free yourself from all that weighs you down.
When Valleys Bloom Again ($1.99) by Pat Jeanne Davis: Fleeing impending war in England, Abby works to correct her stammer and become a teacher in America. She vows to return home. Abby couldn’t know the war would drag on or she’d fall in love with Jim—soon to be drafted by the U.S. Army – or have to confront a rejected suitor, determined to ruin her reputation and destroy her faith in God. Will she discover the true meaning of home?
Sayings Of The Wise: “Thoughts on Bible Proverbs for Success” ($3.99) by Anthony Benson: From ancient days when technology was simple to this modern age of technological marvels, much has changed, however one thing remains constant; human nature. Proverbs are societal observations of what works and what doesn’t, in regards to our relationship with our creator firstly and thereafter with our fellow human beings.
Rejectors ($0.99) by Kyle Watson: Rejecting the system has a price, and the last rejectors are on the run and must outpace the evil forces that are hunting them. Vowing to never bend to the will of evil leaders, will the rejectors be able to escape capture and avoid the delusion that overtakes those who are forced to accept the system? The rejectors will stop at nothing to fight for their souls and lives.
Hospisophy: The Wisdom of the Hospice ($0.99) by Danny Blorian: Filled with deep emotion, extraordinary insight, and piercing wisdom, Hospisophy is a rare and evocative handbook on how to die and – for those willing to heed the lessons – how to live. An eye-opener, turning our faces in a direction few of us dare to look.
The Destiny and Signs of God: Spiritual Psychoanalysis ($2.99) by Ionel Rotaru: The Destiny and Signs of God contains a poignant set of addictively chronicled teachings about our communication with God in person and you will find specific solutions to save yourself and our civilization from the nightmare of the material life.
Jesus – New Insights into His Life and Mission ($0.99) by Walther Hinz: This book is a comprehensive summary by Professor Dr. Walther Hinz based on lectures given by Joseph and Lene through the deep trance medium Beatrice Brunner during the years between 1950 and 1982. The text provides a profound understanding of the New Testament for all who can approach the Bible with an unbiased attitude.
Absolute Truth ($0.99) by Joab Russo: “This impeccable and memorable writing strengthens your spiritual, mental and even physical health, because when you doubt yourself or don’t see how powerful you are, you can literally make yourself ill, depressed, or at a point in life where you wish to give up. One of the most empowering books I have ever read.” – Amy Lignor, Reader Views.
Buddha is a Greeter at Walmart: Using Zen in Everyday Life ($0.99) by Kris Neely: Buddha is a Greeter at Walmart is “a collection of lessons, designed to demystify the history, worldview, and practice of Zen. The underlying message — that everybody can find enlightenment — shines through and makes the book genuinely intriguing. A warm and disarming new approach to embracing Zen in the real world.” – Kirkus Reviews
The Astrology Book for Men ($0.99) by Dylan Winton: Today, nearly twice as many women as men follow astrology, but that hasn’t always been the case. Astrology is thousands of years old and was used by both men and women in ancient cultures across the world, from China to Rome. Why has astrology survived for so long, even in the face of modern science? Because astrology is useful.
More of Your Light ($0.99) by Amanda Shertzer: When you identify as a Lightworker, Starseed, or Wanderer, you may feel lonely at times. Channeled messages from the Arcturians are compiled here to guide and support you throughout your life as a light, or beacon, for others. Use this book as a resource as we all go through the ascension and The Shift to New Earth.
Questions on God and the Bible ($3.86) by Ivan Chamurliev: A book dealing with some of the most basic and controversial questions on God and Christianity. A way to find answers from a Biblical perspective and point of view.
Demon Whispers (The Unseen Series Book 2) ($0.99) by Phillip Cook: Captivating Christian fiction that will challenge your ‘thoughts’. An international spy’s journey to retrieve some advanced technology turns into a quest for revenge following the death of her daughter. A story that blends the spiritual realm with the scientific and explores the acts of bullying and drugs, and their effects on the human mind.
The Tongues Of A Woman: Precious As Gold, Lethal As Lead ($0.99) by AB Harris: The tongues of the Woman; precious as gold, lethal as lead, is an eye-opening book about the influence of a woman. If a woman desires to be wise and please God, this is a must-have book for her. And also if a man wants to know the type of woman he should choose to marry, he must read this book.
Spiritual Fire: An Empowering Devotional to Help Women Conquer Anxiety and Create Inner Peace ($0.99) by Melissa Hayward: For a long time, I felt anxious and overwhelmed, consumed by darkness. For a long time, I could barely function. It was only through devotions – studying and applying the Bible’s wisdom – that I began to see God’s light again. The empowering devotions in Spiritual Fire will guide you, strengthen you, deepen your faith and restore your inner peace.
The Cult Next Door: A Manhattan Memoir ($4.99) by Elizabeth R. Burchard and Judith L. Carlone: This memoir debunks common myths about cults. You will come to understand how cults work and how any person can be trapped in a prison of the mind and exploited. This is the story of a sociopathic, narcissistic guru and his small group of devotees who became locked in his self-created delusion with an extraordinary price to pay for the human vulnerability we all share.
Hey Dad, It’s Me! Discover the Father Who Loves and Protects You ($2.99) by Julie McGhghy: Have you struggled to see God fathering you throughout your life? Millions of people have grown up with physically or emotionally absent fathers. If you are one of them, read Hey Dad, It’s Me! to learn how God has fathered you. Discover how God lovingly does all the things you wanted your father to do.
Between Sundays ($0.99) by Nathan Thompson: Looking for an uplifting book to encourage your family into real-life connections with Jesus? This book is for you! The comical storytelling combined with intentional spiritual truths will put a smile on your face and purpose in your heart. Between Sundays marries traditional and current topics to bring you a life-changing read!
Where Is God When Satan Is Knocking On My Door? ($2.99) by Patricia Richardson: Where Is God When Satan Is Knocking On My Door? Reveals the dark, and gloomy side of life versus the bright and shining light of God’s goodness and his ability to shield, bless and protect even Satan’s strongest duress!
Rose ($0.99) by Julie Bonn Blank: Struggling in an abusive household, Rose is flabbergasted when her hero, Dad, leaves. Mom becomes aloof and drinks. Rose runs away and spends time on the Streets. A rescuer offers shelter – for a price. When she gets pregnant, her savior makes plans to get rid of her and the baby. Will Rose accept the help from her guardian angel in time?
God’s Letters: 132 Capital Letters Came During a Vision in 2001 ($0.99) by Athanasio Celia: A man in 2001 recorded a vision, which contained 132 capital letters of the Greek alphabet that created a quadrangular shape 11 to 12. A study revealed that the text is readable in 115 different ways in the ancient Greek language and parallel it encloses depictions and symbols. The vision-text turned out to be God’s New Revelation.
Life after Life: A Selection of Individual Experiences in the Beyond ($0.99) by Beatrice Brunner: In this book, 12 deceased human beings describe their initial experiences and encounters in the beyond. These personal accounts, transmitted through the Swiss deep trance medium Beatrice Brunner (1910–1983), are impressive testimonies of the continuation of life after death.
Spirit Baby: Communicate With Your Unborn Baby. Ease Your Birth. ($4.99) by Helena Clare: This wonderful book is filled with the techniques you need to connect to your unborn child. It is filled with powerful techniques to ease your pregnancy, smooth your birth, and help you get prepared for the empowering labor you deserve. Communicate effortlessly your baby’s highest guidance and help attune to your baby’s wishes and needs.
Almost Amish (Tomorrow’s Promise Collection) ($0.99) by Kathryn Cushman: Two families take part in a television show about plain living. The simple life sounds like a much-needed break from the chaos… but is it really that simple after all?
Secret Jews ($0.99) by Dr. Juan Marcos Bejarano-Gutierrez: For almost a thousand years, Jews lived in the Iberian Peninsula. In 1391, disaster struck. Thousands of Jews were violently converted to Christianity. For almost a hundred years, converted Jews, known as Conversos, continued to practice Judaism secretly. “Secret Jews” explores the story of secret Jews and the turmoil they faced living in two worlds.
The Transformation of Israelite Religion to Rabbinic Judaism ($0.99) by Dr. Juan Marcos Bejarano-Gutierrez: The links between the religion of biblical Israel and rabbinic Judaism are often misunderstood. In many ways, the two are very much linked and reflect various political, social, and religious changes. There are differences without question, and this book focuses on understanding how the changes came about.
A Vessel of Mercy ($0.99) by B. Taylor Lewis: New York, 1842: After braving a transatlantic passage to reunite with her father, an English nobleman, Abigail learns she’s been promised to shipping magnate, Charles Henderson. When Charles commits an unspeakable act, can Abigail lean on her faith in God to deliver them both from darkness? A compelling story of forgiveness and redemption.
Renouncing Holy Logic: Exposing the Secret Codes of Control, Power, Leadership and Success ($0.99) by Rami Anabusi: A bewitching journey and a magical incantation of success, expelling the demons of reason and the ghosts of the impossible, and negating the spells of insanity and the jinxes of failure. Life is simpler than we imagine; realization of success is easier than we picture; there is no need for wonders, over-philosophizing, and oversaturated programs.
I Never Knew You ($0.99) by Patrick Higgins: Charmaine DeShields thought she had it all. A promising career. Good health. A beautiful house. A promising relationship. Most importantly, she was a proud member of the largest and most popular megachurch in all of Seattle – the Blessed and Highly Favored Full Gospel Church. Everything changed after a pastor visiting from China created an uproar at her church.
Behavioral Astrology ($1.99) by Charlie Emerson: Astrology is often thought of as a form of entertainment. In fact, many people never go beyond reading their daily horoscopes and obsessively checking compatibility with their crush. Know how to be the best possible version of yourself, cultivate only the right kind of relationships, and understand the core reasons you are here on this earth.
The Spiritual Implications of Quantum Physics ($0.99) by Jeff Carreira: This thought-provoking book is about the strange world of quantum physics, and what it tells us about who we are. Jeff Carreira draws on his training in science, meditation, and mystical philosophy to guide you to question your fundamental assumptions. You’ll be amazed to see how the way you think about reality actually shapes your experience of it!
Mail Order Misfit (Mail Order Mix-up Book 1) ($0.99) by Jenna Brandt: After a horrible family tragedy, Cara McGregor’s only choice is to become a mail-order bride to a widower in the Dakota territory. When she arrives, she’s thrust into taking care of three resistant children and a distant man.
Forgiveness Made Easy: How to Overcome Hurts, Heal and Forgive Easily ($0.99) by Francis Jonah: Forgiveness has nothing to do with what was done to you, it has everything to do with whether you have learned how to forgive or not. Many have not learned how to. Do you know there is a way to forgive that is clearly shared and can be learned? This book will teach you this way as well as other deep truths that are practical and will bless you.
The End of the World as We Know It ($0.99) by Dan Greenup: Looking for an easy-to-understand chronology of the end times? This handy purse or pocket-sized book contains a detailed end times chart, an outline of the Book of Revelation, and a breakdown of end-times events.