Free Books Monday

Free books Monday is off to a great start. I came across several free Christian fiction novels I think you will like.

While there are plenty of free books available on Amazon, I look for those from reputable publishers. Today, most of the books come from Revell which is a division of Baker House Publishing.

Some things to keep in mind:

* All books can change without notice from free to chargeable. Make sure the item is still free before downloading!

* I am an affiliate of Amazon. That means if you hang around on the site after downloading your free book, and make additional purchases, I receive a small commission. It is NOT an additional charge to you. Just a bonus Amazon gives to me for sharing their products.

The Centurion's Wife

The Centurion’s Wife (Acts of Faith Book #1)


Chasing the Sun

Chasing the Sun (Land of the Lone Star Book #1)



Dawn's Prelude

Dawn’s Prelude (Song of Alaska Book #1)


Deadly Devotion

Deadly Devotion (Port Aster Secrets Book #1): A Novel


Welcome to Last Chance

Welcome to Last Chance (A Place to Call Home Book #1): A Novel

Summer of Promise

Summer of Promise (Westward Winds Book #1): A Novel

Monday’s Free Kindle Downloads

Today’s free downloads are Christian fiction and Bible study / devotion.

* The price can change at anytime. Be sure each book is still free before downloading!

Christian Fiction

Lilies on Daybreak Pond

Lilies on Daybreak Pond (The Men of Lancaster County)

Once Upon a Summer by Janette Oke

Once Upon a Summer (Seasons of the Heart) (Volume 1)

A Daughter's Inheritance

A Daughter’s Inheritance (Broadmoor Legacy, Book 1)


Bible Study / Devotion

The 7-Day Prayer Warrior Experience

The 7-Day Prayer Warrior Experience (Free One-Week Devotional)

Spurgeon Gems

Spurgeon Gems

The Pursuit of God by A.W. Tower

The Pursuit of God: Updated Edition



When I Think I Have a Better Way

When I Think I Have a Better Way / photo by Kellie Renfroe

{I came across this old post from 6 years ago.  My ‘baby’ is now enjoying his final year of VBS. My, how time truly flies!}

June 16, 2009

Dropping my youngest off at VBS has not been a issue until today. This morning he told me he wasn’t sure about going.

My positive reply about games, snacks, friends, and fun did not change his mind. As I left him with his teacher, he was such a big boy trying desperately to control his tears. I could see his lip quivering and his eyes quickly filling. When I walked away his teacher was speaking gently and trying to focus him on the fun ahead.

This is probably how I look to God at times.

I want something so badly and He says wait. Lips quiver and eyes fill with tears. Dealing with discontentment is hard.

Discontentment is a struggle–especially when I think I have a better way and want it NOW.

If my youngest could have focused farther ahead even by an hour he would have been squirming, wiggling, and giggling impatiently with excitement.

I need to remember that too.

The children of Israel were the same way–they could not see across the Red Sea or into the Promise Land. They were not willing to see with eyes of faith.

This morning I read in Psalm 43:3:

Send forth your light and your truth, let them guide me.

Lord, send Your light and truth to be my guide daily–help me to have eyes of faith to believe in You now for what is ahead.