Each month, WaterBrook Multnomah gives readers a sneak peek into an upcoming title. See below for our most recent peek.
From limbless to limitless – anything is possible with God!
Nick Vujicic knows there is no greater hope than trusting in God’s plan for your life. Born without arms or legs, Nick has experienced both the peak of hope and the depth of despair. But he has overcome his circumstances and physical limitations by clinging to his faith and understanding the limitless love and power God has for every person. Now he wants you to experience that same reassurance of hope and the power of God, everyday.
Kristen Jane Anderson, author of Life In Spite of Me, is featured on CNN Radio’s Soundwaves Blog “Surviving Attempted Suicide.”
To read Kristen’s remarkable story, click here.
What Would Your Life be Like if Anything Were Possible?
Born without arms or legs, Nick Vujicic overcame his disabilities to live an independent, rich, fulfilling, and “ridiculously good” life while serving as a role model for anyone seeking true happiness. Now an internationally successful motivational speaker, Nick eagerly spreads his central message: the most important goal is to find your life’s purpose and to never give up, despite whatever difficulties or seemingly impossible odds stand in your way.
Experience the warmth and peace of a Plain Christmas! The Sound of Sleigh Bells reminds Beth of her deceased fiance. Will she ever love again? In The Christmas Singing, Gideon betrays Mattie. Will discovering his reasons cause her more heartbreak? And will The Dawn of Christmas bring happiness to two estranged friends and an expectant couple? 576 pages, softcover from Waterbrook.
Where will you go for help when the hurt runs deep?
Writing out of her own experiences of grief and triumph, Kay Arthur offers you wisdom, compassion, and hope as together you discover how God can use your pain to redeem you, not define you.
No more graveclothes…no more tombs…Love is calling your name.
Lazarus Awakening explores the truth that Jesus loves you apart from anything you accomplish. You may feel spiritually dead—but God is ready to breathe hope in you again. You may feel bound in the graveclothes of regret, fear, or self-condemnation—but Jesus is calling your name.