“English Lessons”

Andrea Lucado allows the reader to follow her spiritual journey during one year in Oxford. With lovely descriptions of quaint areas in Oxford, she leads the reader through her struggles with loneliness and questioning her childhood faith. Through various friendships that year, she learned new things about herself and her relationship with God.

English Lessons by Andrea Lucado

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“No Fear”

“No Fear” is a compilation of stories from the daily lives of some remarkable people.  Eleven recent stories of a young generation standing strong against the tide of society and severe opposition are paired with a comparable story from the Bible where people courageously chose to obey God rather than men.  Each chapter is closed with challenging questions that would be useful for personal study or in a group setting.  This can be a quick read or used for in-depth soul searching.  Scriptures references are given throughout which lead readers to the source of the Biblical stories.   Reading this book will encourage you to stand strong in your faith, as well as to support others who are facing opposition for their faith.

No Fear

Real Stories of a Courageous New Generation Standing for Truth

Tony Perkins

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