In the spirit of gratitude and giving, I offer my holiday book sale!
Kindle versions of these books are price-reduced from Friday at 12:01 AM until Sunday at 11:59 PM (Pacific Standard Time).
As Soon As I Fell (99 cents)
My memoir is about going to extremes for spiritual acceptability and failing dismally, only to find that love and grace transcend failure. For anyone who’s ever asked, “When will I be good enough for love?” This book resoundingly answers: “Right now. You are loved, right this minute, in this mess.” While few of us will live on a tiny island in the South Pacific, many of us will find hope and healing in this story of a painful fall into the arms of love.
Debunking the Myths of Forgive-And-Forget (99 cents)
“Forgive-and-forget” slaps a band-aid over a gaping wound and tells us to keep on limping. Real forgiveness, on the other hand, invites us to remove the bandages, examine the wound, and open ourselves up to a restorative process. What gives us the courage to undertake such a difficult, potentially painful procedure? We find the bravery to practice true, soul-deep forgiveness in the context of a Love that holds us safe, no matter what. In the process of real forgiveness, we’ll learn what wise trust looks like. We’ll be able to choose reconciliation or release in relationships. Most of all, we’ll turn toward healing. Real forgiveness can be messy and hard. But in the end, it brings the kind of rest to our souls that no easy answer can offer. For that reason, we debunk the myths and dig in.
Porn and Your Boyfriend (Free)
Dating couples today confront a challenge unique to this generation: internet pornography. Offering information, ideas, resources, and conversation starters, this short book empowers young women to make healthy choices for themselves around the issue of internet pornography in dating relationships.
Comfort Ye My People: The Real World Meets Handel’s Messiah, 26 Readings for Advent (99 cents)
Daily meditations on the text of Handel’s Messiah remind us that comfort, hope, and light are ours, even while living through the real world of grief, pain, and loss.