Mary Elizabeth Nelson was raised in the area of Wisconsin known as the Holyland. Life events challenged her belief in God until, as a young adult, she gradually recognized Jesus as a real, historical person, and as the Son of God. Mentors have continued to be God’s provision, “gardeners of her soul” through their example and words.
In the midst of sickness and poverty, she loved and cared for the orphans of the war-torn country, as she faced witch doctors and Muslim agitators. Katherine shares her life story to help us know that we can all make a difference – if only we let God . . .
This book exhorts Muslims to repent of their hypocritical double standards and their sin of unbelief and encourages them to read and obey the unchangeable Word of God as it is recorded and preserved in the Holy Bible.
Allen follows sketchy clues to Almelund, Minnesota where he finds himself drawn ever deeper into the dark secrets of a family in turmoil. Can Allen’s new-found faith in Jesus Christ keep him undefiled? And why is the threshing crew boss out to destroy him?
This book provides biblical clarity concerning divine healing, and supplies basic and applicable principles necessary to having faith concerning healing. The author makes it very clear that we are not healed based on who we are, but based on who Christ is.
Losing her husband due to complications following heart surgery could have been devastating. Instead, Judy’s ten weeks with him in the hospital ICU became a turning point, where she turned from her own strength to God’s. And when after fifty-one years, she suddenly found herself alone, she realized she was not alone at all. God was walking the path with her.
This story shares how God creates every person for a specific task and purpose. God gives us the free will to whether or not we will choose the best path. The best path is where my intentions, ideas, and activities align with God’s plan.