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Freedom To Surrender

Author: Rhonda Kulczyk
Publisher: Tate Publishing
ISBN: 1617395668
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Savannah could feel Matthew's eyes on her throughout the evening, and it unnerved her. She would be lying if said she found the man unattractive. She was drawn to him, and she chided herself for it. Matthew Lakely was a minister. She had no intention of marrying a minister. She had no intention of marrying at all... Twenty-two-year-old Savannah O'Connell, Sheridan, Oregon's, schoolteacher, is an independent, determined young lady who has never liked to be told what to do. Having recently moved out of her parents' home and into the little schoolhouse, Savannah believes life is just the way she wants it...that is, until the handsome young minister moves into the parish next door. When an innocent situation involving Savannah and Matthew turns into the town scandal overnight, Sheridan's fine teacher and respectable preacher are faced with only two solutions: resign or marry. They both know marriage would be difficult, to say the least, with Savannah's stubbornness facing Matthew's unceasing patience, but resignation from the positions they love and hold dear would be more than they could bear. Could everything Savannah never knew she wanted actually be standing right outside her door? Perhaps in the end, Savannah only needs the Freedom to Surrender.

Freedom To Love

Author: Rhonda Kulczyk
ISBN: 9781606960677
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The year is 1858. And Alana Peterson's world just crumbled around her. This Missouri girl's only possession is a journal, placed in her hands by her dying mother. In the journal a secret is revealed-a secret that could destroy her. Shay O'Connell, a man who has previously proven himself untrustworthy, offers to escort Alana west. With no other choice left to her, Alana accepts his offer, and they embark on the journey under the false pretense that they are siblings. But pretending to be brother and sister becomes a difficult task when Shay and Alana begin to fall in love. Fearful that Shay will not marry her if he learns the truth, Alana decides it best to keep her secret from him. When Alana's secret finally surfaces, will it destroy the very relationship she so desperately tried to protect? Watch as Alana fully relies on God through every situation in her ever-changing life. Freedom to Love, penned by new author Rhonda Kulczyk, is an intriguing and heart-wrenching novel about overcoming one's past and allowing God to be God. Rhonda Kulczyk's most important credential is an addiction to the written page. Writing has always been a passion, and even in the midst of her chaotic yet fun-filled moments of raising four boys, she always seems to find small snitches of time throughout the day to write. Born and raised in Montana, Rhonda then spent ten years in Oklahoma during which time she received a Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education at Oral Roberts University. Rhonda now resides in North Dakota with her husband, Will, and their four sons.

One Girl S Dream For Freedom

Author: Gayle Adams
Publisher: Tate Publishing
ISBN: 161566825X
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When Doctor Altman taught his twelve-year-old daughter Mary about medicine, Abraham Lincoln, and freedom, he never imagined all three would soon be illegal, but living in Nazi Germany brought many unexpected changes to their lives. Doctor Altman is being forced to comply with the wishes of Hitler's closest officers, the Black Coats, and Mary soon discovers she must keep her opinions of freedom secret or she'll put her family's lives in danger. Their only hope is that the Allies win the Battle of Berlin and Hitler surrenders. After the war, Mary's family escapes to America, but once she gets there, Mary unwittingly becomes mixed up with the wrong people, endangering her family's American dreams. With the help of Raphael, an immigrant teen, and his father, who have a surprising connection to Mary's German childhood, Mary quickly learns that freedom doesn't mean doing whatever you want. Filled with life lessons, a little romance, and plenty of humor and set against the historical backdrop of World War II, One Girl's Dream for Freedom is an engaging and exciting story of the difficult teenage years that readers of any age will enjoy. Ms. Adams' storytelling is terrific. Her unique use of the language had us so thoroughly enjoying the dark drama, surprising twists, and deep convictions of the characters that we are considering promoting it as a film in and of itself in the future. —Ted Rosegen, executive producer, Treasure Island Pictures Anyone with an appreciation of history and questions about how kids got through such turmoil from Nazis and WWII will enjoy One Girl's Dream for Freedom. —Forbes Book Club

Freedom From Addictions And Other Life Controlling Problems

Author: Jon R. Penoi
Publisher: Tate Publishing
ISBN: 1602473978
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Freedom from Addiction and Other Life Controlling Problems is an insightful workbook which speaks to your deepest needs within a spiritual context. This workbook answers the most important questions on addiction, relationships, communication, the effects and healing of trauma, finances, problem solving techniques, and many other topics which many workbooks simply dont address.

The Surrender Tree

Author: Margarita Engle
Publisher: Macmillan
ISBN: 9780805086744
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Cuba has fought three wars for independence, and still she is not free. This history in verse creates a lyrical portrait of Cuba.

Freedom Realized

Author: Stephen Black
Publisher: Redemption Press
ISBN: 1683144945
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Freedom Realized is a passionate call to hold the front line of holiness concerning true and lasting freedom in Christ, as well as a practical ministry guide for “ex-gay” ministries, pastoral care ministries that really help people overcome homosexuality

The Battle Of Surrender

Author: Michelle Renée Chudy
Publisher: Tate Publishing
ISBN: 1613461186
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She realized that she spent most of her life living in distortions and a lie painted by the spirit of denial while pursuing things of this world. With eyes opened to the reality of spiritual warfare and that we do not wrestle with flesh and blood, she discovered that she had built a fortress that not only isolated her, but also housed the devil. It was during this battle for her freedom in Christ that Michelle discovered the awesome power of God and His love for her. What could she give Him in return? Michelle realized that the most valuable thing that she could offer to Him was a living sacrificea "the sacrifice of self. Be inspired and transformed by this true-life testimony."

No More Hiding No More Shame

Author: Brent Edward McNamara
Publisher: Tate Publishing
ISBN: 1617392685
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No one wants to talk about it. No one wants to admit to it. But it's time for No More Hiding, No More Shame. It's time for transparency. Here are the facts: Forty million adults in the U.S. regularly visit porn sites on the Internet. Forty-seven percent of families say pornography is a problem in their home. But this problem isn't limited to the secular world. Pornography addiction has reached epidemic proportions in the church. A recent survey showed that 51 percent of pastors confessed to looking at porn on their church office computers; 37 percent say it is a current struggle. Twenty percent of Christian women have admitted they are addicted to pornography. For author Brent McNamara, these statistics hit close to home. Pornography addiction destroyed his life, his family, and his ministry. In this book, he traces the source of his addiction from its childhood roots to its adulthood manifestation and then shows how he ultimately overcame this addiction by the grace of God. In sharing his own story and struggle with pornography, McNamara offers readers who are trapped in pornography addiction the hope that they too can be free from this terrible addiction and gives them step-by-step, practical advice on how to get there. Brent McNamara earned a B.S. in Bible-Pastoral Studies from Philadelphia Biblical University and is currently pursuing his M. Div. at Philadelphia Biblical University. He is Pastor of Connection at Crossbridge Community Church in Woolwich, New Jersey. Brent also facilitates a Christian Addiction Recovery Group.

Surrendered Identity

Author: Robin Theis
Publisher: Tate Publishing & Enterprises
ISBN: 9781629020860
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Robin Theis is a veteran on the topic of rejection. She spent several years of her childhood in a children's home. When she was released she married young and raised her children to love life and to appreciate the simplest of things (because many times sh

Freedom Trials

Author: Meredith Tate
Publisher: Page Street Publishing
ISBN: 1624146007
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Evelyn Summers is imprisoned for a crime that was wiped from her memory. In order for Evelyn to be released, she—along with other “reformed” prisoners—must pass seven mental, physical, and virtual challenges known as the Freedom Trials. One mistake means execution and, with her history of being a snitch, her fellow inmates will do everything they can to get revenge. When new prisoner Alex Martinez arrives, armed with secrets about Evelyn’s missing memories, she must make a choice. She can follow the rules to win and walk free, or covertly uncover details of the crime that sent her there. But competing in the trials and dredging up her erased past may cost Evelyn the one thing more valuable than freedom: her life.