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Free Book – Help I Think I’ve Committed the Unpardonable Sin

Through Saturday, 3/4/17, this book is free on the Kindle. Do you know someone who is struggling with the fear of condemnation? Condemnation is the evidence that we don’t understand the love of God. The Bible assures our hope in Christ, but this is undermined by the misunderstanding of scriptures that have been used to […]

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Defending the Faith, or Sowing Discord?

About two weeks ago, a friend sent me a broadcast by Michael L. Brown. In this broadcast, he and Sid Roth promoted his newly released book called Hyper-Grace: Exposing the Dangers of the Modern Grace Message. During the broadcast, I listen to them belittle those who believe everything the Bible teaches about grace. Of course […]

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Free on Kindle-The Victorious Christian Life

Free ebook version! The victorious Christian life is not based on what you do for God, but what Christ has done for you. In Christ, you were ordained to conquer weaknesses, rise above failures, and inherit all of God’s promises. Jesus said, it is the Father’s good pleasure to give you His kingdom. God wants […]

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Free today-The Promise of a Sound Mind

From 11/09/12 through 11/10/12, my book is free on Kindle. The Lord has promised His people power, love, and a sound mind. God’s design is for you to live life in His power, have strong relationships, and have a mind that is at peace and filled with joy. Yet life is filled with things that […]

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I Called Him Dancer–Free offer ends at midnight tonight.

Last day to download I Called Him Dancer for free! Currently rated 5 stars on 30 reviews. I Called Him Dancer is about a boy growing up in a broken home. His fragile world is shattered when his mother leaves him with a relative and walks out of his life. After seeing a man dancing […]

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