Books

SEEK SEEK: A Woman’s Guide to Meeting God

by: Donna Jones

The Market is chockfull of books and Bible studies for well-seasoned believers, but what about the woman who longs to know God but has never cracked open a bible?

Seek is a refreshingly real look at the fundamentals of the Christian faith, written for the woman who doesn’t know Jacob from Job. Readers will discover answers to essential questions like Who is God the Father, Son and Holy Spirit?, What does it mean to be a Christian? and What is the Bible? In language they and their coworkers, fellow soccer moms and girlfriends will understand.

Seek combines solid biblical teaching with engaging explanations to guide the spiritually curious woman on her journey to meet God.






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raisingkidswithgoodmannersRaising Kids with Good Manners

by: Donna Jones

Yes! Your child is just weeks away from good manners!

Think it’s an impossible dream? Think again. Whether you’re training your two-year-old to say “please” or talking with your teenager about how to treat others, you can have a well-mannered child in six weeks or less.

Whether they’re simply forgetful, prone to tantrums, or purposefully rude, kids need guidance and patience when it comes to instilling manners. But once good manners take hold, your child is poised for a more successful and fulfilling life. This practical book offers you proven, step-by-step techniques for teaching manners to any child of any age. Etiquette coach Donna Jones shows you how to encourage in your children a true concern for others that makes good manners their natural response to any situation.

Your kids will thank you for it. Eventually.





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facinggoliathFacing Goliath: How a Man Overcomes His Giants to Follow Christ

by: JP Jones

Overcome giants and experience a life-changing relationship with Jesus Christ.

When it comes to their spiritual journey, many men feel defeated. Hindered by ‘giants’ they stand motionless feeling like wimps instead of warriors. Whether they feel intimidated, unmotivated or just downright out of touch with what it means to pursue a relationship with God, Facing Goliath offers help to every man who wants to overcome his giants and experience a life-changing relationship with Jesus Christ. Addressing topics like intellectual doubt, fear, pride and selfishness men will find practical steps to discovering the answers to questions, of faith, salvation and spiritual growth. This discipleship game plan will help men learn Christian essentials in a way that appeals to those who are seeking what it means to be a follower of Jesus and those who have already found Jesus and wanting to grow.




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Do you ever feel like your children act like monkeys and your home is a zoo?

Of course you do!

But if you’re like me, you want more for your family than surviving through eighteen years of chaos. You want to encourage your child to be the best he or she can be. You want helpful information you can implement in real life. You want to raise a child who loves God and others. This book was written with you in mind.

Studies show that kids who are well-mannered are more confident, more successful and have better relationships. But how and where do you begin? Taming Your Family Zoo: Six Weeks to Raising a Well-Mannered Child is a practical book that offers attainable, age-appropriate tips for raising a well-mannered child. You will find real-life stories, insight and (hopefully!) loads of wisdom. My hope is that you will find encouragement in these pages.

Taming Your Family Zoo was written for every parent who wants to visit the zoo – not live in it!

Order your copy today!

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Wisdom, experience, and scripture all agree—tough times give us personal endurance and depth of character

But given the option, we would probably join the authors in saying, “But Lord, I was happy shallow!”

This book is the heartening response to that voice inside. It’s much more than a simple collection of encouraging stories. It’s a powerful reminder of the lessons you’ve survived, grown through, and used to sink your spiritual roots deeper into the faith that sustains and nourishes you. It’s your life preserver when circumstances are about to overwhelm you.

“Dailiness is often the chisel that carves within us greater resiliency—so the next time you’re frustrated with the cotton pickin’ flow of your life reach for But Lord, I Was Happy Shallow. You’ll feel understood and encouraged.”

—Patsy Clairmont
Speaker, Women of Faith
Author of I Grew Up Little . . . Finding Hope in a Big God