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The boy who heard God Speak by Annie ...

story about Jeremy, a timid albino boy who grows up in the slum with a drunk father. Due to his skin color, he endures endless bullying in school. This, is until he believes in a mighty God whose power begins to work in his life.


Susan candidly shares with us her personal experiences with depression, the highs and lows of her struggles and how, by God’s grace and with the support of her family especially, she’s been able to pull through. Hers is not a theoretical approach borrowed from philosophical knowhow, rather, a humble submission of realities faced, some of which are too harsh to bear, yet she’s courageous and vulnerable enough to share them with us. Her desire, as spelt through this write-up, is to sensitize the masses on depression and other mental illnesses, in the hope that the affected can find help before it is too late, and that through understanding, society can offer a strong support system to people battling depression and other mental illnesses and help them come to a place of rest. Ultimately, the author is keen to point us to God, without whom we may never get to a state of complete rest and perfect peace. Enjoy the learning as you read this wonderful book.

Young and Crazy in love with Jesus by...

A modern day read that seeks to equip people with the necessary knowledge and insights of being a child of God, an exciting and fulfilled Christian. The book takes on a very practical and relevant approach towards the challenges both the young and matured people face in their journey of faith. The author collaborates her personal experiences with those faced by every other person, the culmination of this being the reader’s appreciation of the content and ultimate spiritual maturity.


This experiential book carries rare anecdotes on intentional and purposeful living among families and individuals.The life of a Kenyan family is shared, giving real-life examples on faith, dating, courtship, marriage, raising children, decision-making, death, and suffering. It provides an opportunity to learn from the lives of others; as it is said,‘ one of the bestways to learn is by encountering others and learning their lessons.’   The book provides; 1.Practical advice on how to navigate through life's challenges and make meaningful decisions. 2.Parenting tips on work ethics, instilling responsibility and lifeskills to children. 3.It highlights the importance of cultural values and traditions in shaping family dynamics. 4.It brings out the joy and triumphs experienced where there is determination, consistency and purpose.

Leadership & Life Lessons From Da...

The story of David is among the most familiar Bible events in that he went from being a shepherd tending to his father’s sheep to killing Goliath and becoming a King. From the grazing fields to the castle, he encountered many challenges, including defending his father’s sheep from the predators, being disliked by his brothers, several attempts on his life by King Saul, and facing Goliath. But he prevailed because his trust was in the Lord. Even when he did the despicable act of having Uriah killed so that he could have Bathsheba, the Lord redeemed him. In our lives, too, we all rise and fall, but if we trust the Lord, He always gets us back on our feet. The book offers important life lessons people can apply in their lives to become better for themselves and others.

My purity Journal by Adisa Hadson

The journal aims to show that there is still a remnant of a people who want to honour God by living a pure life. From the beginning, the author indicates that God should be the centre of the relationship. When two people make themselves the centre of attention for each other, they take God's place. The mark of a mature person is the ability to rule over their desires, it is clear that the passion and urge for sex is and will always be there regardless of if one is a believer or not, but the question is how do you deal with that desire and still honour God. Our security as believers is in God, and this helps to protect us from seeking our contentment from a person. We realize that singlehood is a gift that should be enjoyed and not a hurdle to be endured. It helps us recognise that we can build our partnership not on feelings that change so quickly but on a serving attitude toward one another and seeking God's will together and for each other. With this in mind, even purity becomes a mutual goal to be pursued. The author shares her struggles and practical approaches that she has used in her purity journey till marriage. As believers, our purity is not only keeping away from sexual sin. Our pursuit of purity encompasses every aspect of who we are, from our thoughts, feelings, emotions, attitudes and motives, words and deeds. Matthew 5:8 reminds us that the blessed are pure in heart, for they shall see God. Our purity is all-around. The Journal points us to the word of God that in all the desires to keep pure, God is there. In the struggles to stay pure, the Word of God is there to encourage us to move on. This, however, has to begin from an individual decision to walk the purity journey. It starts by acknowledging that it is a worthwhile journey with its share of challenges but with great benefits. One has to remember that we are the beloved of the Lord, that the Lord desires well for each of us, and that when we are in Christ, we are whole. When the WAIT becomes difficult, we are reminded of the faithfulness of Him who has called us. In those long nights of tears and lament, then the embrace of the Father helps us cope. There is hope that Love works. Patience in the journey of singlehood is a necessity. We may fall into the wrong relationship that breaks us into the core, but we are made whole in the brokenness. We are broken to be mended. As you read through the journal, we are reminded that sex in the confines of marriage is good. In the waiting, one needs to keep busy in constructive ways that fully occupy your mind. Keep serving, discuss the struggles, and reach out to a mentor. And to sum it all up, prayer really does work. It is a spiritual phenomenon created by an unlimited, powerful God. Prayer yields amazing results; God is sovereign and does things His way. However, prayer works best when coming from a broken and contrite heart in the right relationship with the Lord. The effective prayer of a righteous man availeth much James 5:16. Are you struggling with waiting for a spouse? Pray. Are you struggling with sexual impurity? Then pray. Connect with God. Have a close walk with the Father. Instead of complaining about the long wait, turn the complaints into prayers. Elizabeth takes you through her journey and her purity life. By seeing how things have eventually turned out, you see God's amazing plans and assurance. Just like Job was sitting in the dust with sores all over his body, he still said…. For I know that my Redeemer liveth, Job 19:25. That the wait is long, but one day, the narrative changes. The Purity Journal…Beautiful in white, will bring you to the real challenges that single ladies go through in pursuit of holiness and the struggles that are hardly discussed in most forums.

Believe In Your Dream by Henry Muguluma

Believe In Your Dream If you have a dream that you want to achieve, this book is for you! Filled with motivation and insights to help dreamers become achievers. each page is filled with real life stories to inspire your soul and give you practical guidance to help you turn your dreams into a reality.

5 Thing Every Young Person Should Kno...

5 Thing Every Young Person Should Know – by Henry Muguluma. This is a simple, exciting and vital reading for young people in Africa and beyond. The book is designed to help young people (13 years and above) to understand the most important things about life, so that they can live meaningful and productive lives. It is written in simple language, with relevant lessons, real life stories, and practical applications. It helps young people to answer questions like: • Who am i? • Why am I here? • What is the meaning of life? • How do I discover my potential? • How do I deal with a painful past? • How do I make better choices? • How do I reach my dreams? • Etc


Deborah. Esther. Hannah. David. Warriors are all around us. These men and women skil-fully balance all life throws at them, coming out with their crowns intact and adorned with integrity, grace and dignity. Like the emerging of a butterfly from its cocoon, such warriors know how to come out of the darkest of nights with a smile on their faces and a song in their hearts. Their success is rooted in knowledge, armed with the truth of the Word and the battle gear of heaven. Standing tall and confident knowing full well their value and worth. Young or old, you too can be named among the world’s greatest warri-ors! Join Ethel as she outlines the keys you need to become the warrior God intended you to be!


This book is about the 15 things I have learned about marriage in the 16 plus years I have been married. They are lessons I have learned from the marriages and divorces of friends and family, lessons taught to me by God, and the different marriage seminars and meetings I have attended. They don't teach about marriage in school, and the person you marry and the way you navigate the institution of marriage, is one of the greatest sources of joy or pain in life! This book is a good read with valuable lessons for those intending to get married, those who have started on the journey of courtship, those who are married, and those who don't intend to get married. It is a practical and unplugged discussion of marriage, without any sugarcoats. It is a collection of insights into this institution called marriage, that have elluded many of us, primarily because, among other reasons, they don't teach us about marriage in school!


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