If you are struggling with illness or pain,Andrea Herzerwill not tell youto “have faith and get over it.” Instead,drawing on hard–won wisdom from her own life,Andreaoffers powerful biblical insights forresting inthe God who loves you more than you can imagine.
In Incurable Faith, Andrea Herzer writes from the midst of her own long-term illness to give you hope wherever you are on your journey with medical issues. Whether you are facing a new diagnosis, mysterious pain, or any other illness, you can go from being a victim to being victorious through God’s sustaining love.
The 120 devotionals are grouped in varying lengths, so you can engage with shorter passages on days when concentration is difficult. Each devotion offers a Scripture verse, prayer, suggested worship song, and takeaway to keep your mind anchored in truth.
A testament to how the joy of the Lord gives strength even when our bodies are weak, Incurable Faith invites you to know God’s sustaining power [ … ]
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In this powerfulnew installment ofthe Egyptian Chronicles,from the award–winning author of Potiphar’s Wife,the bride of Egypt’s new Hebrew vizier confronts treachery, deceit, and conspiracy. Asenath thought herself destined to be themother of Egypt. But Joseph’s God has something far greater and better in mind.
Dr. Warren hasspentmore thantwenty years studying the bestprescription forpatients whensurgery or medicineare no longerthe answer.Discover how to hold onto hope and move forward through traumaor tragedywith his medical insights, personal stories, and biblicallybasedteachinginHope Isthe First Dose[ … ]
In Remember Me Now, Faitth grapples with the answer, charting the story of her activist grandparents and ancestors, as well as chronicling her own journey as the first-generation suburbs kid who becomes an activist and organizer herself. Part manifesto, part love letter to Black women, Remember Me Now shows us how we learn to celebrate the fullness of ourselves—a holy, defiant, and necessary move in a world determined to silence us.
Filled with transporting stories, poems, and letters to sisters of all walks of life, Remember Me Now is a transformational read that calls Black women to be their own activists. It’s a reminder to all that Black women matter, and our lives, voices, and stories are worth everything.
A teacher and a benevolence society founder want to help others. A widower just wants to be left alone.But God knows what all three need. Will the members of this small Mennonite community find the answers to their prayers in the very last place they expect—in one another?