Monday, January 21, 2013

Free Christian Kindle eBooks for January 21, 2013

Want a way to read all these great Kindle freebies without purchasing a Kindle? Check out this post that tells you how. All the books listed here are free at the time of posting, but these free e-books change to pay status very quickly. Always check to make sure the books are indeed free before you click to buy. Also, I want to offer readers only the most highly rated books, so all books listed are at least 4 out of 5 stars with at least 5 reviews. Just so you know, I have not read all these books, so I can't testify to their content or spiritual accuracy. I am a part of the Amazon Associates program, which allows me to earn a small advertising fee from Amazon for showcasing these books by linking directly to them. Happy reading!

What On Earth Is Happening?
by Val Waldeck
Published January 2011

Non-fiction Short: Compelling Evidence For the Soon Return Of Christ.

4.2 stars with 12 reviews

Free? Click HERE to see.


Shadows & Secrets
by Chautona Havig
Published February 2011

Children's Fantasy: No one knows what the cloaked creature is or why it is so terrifying. The villagers of Wynnewood only know that they must stay away from 'the creature' for fear of their physical and spiritual safety. An unfortunate encounter with a dragon introduces Philip Ward to the creature, and to his surprise, he finds a friend, confidante, and companion in more adventure than he'd ever dreamed possible. Follow Philip and the creature as they rescue a lame child, discover 'pirate treasure', and test the mettle of true friendship.

4.9 stars with 19 reviews

Free? Click HERE to see.

Miracles Are For Real
by James L. Garlow and Keith Wall
Published November 2011

Nonfiction: Biblical Teaching on Miracles Reveals God's Power at Work in the World Today. Readers are fascinated with miraculous and unexplained events. In their signature style, trusted pastor Jim Garlow and writer Keith Wall tap into that fascination with biblical insights on miracles and accounts of God's work throughout history. The book clearly separates truth from fiction, fortifying readers' faith in God's power in their lives.

4.3 stars with 33 reviews

Free? Click HERE to see.

Rise of the Dibor
by Christopher Hopper
Published February 2012

Science Fiction/Fantasy: Read the story that turned children into warriors, and warriors into legends. The Dairne-Reih haven’t been seen in Dionia for generations—their kind and their king, Morgui, banished long ago from haunting paradise. But when creation shows signs of deterioration, the kings of the seven realms converge in the sacred Gvindollion gathering to arrive at one inexplicable conclusion: Morgui has returned. In the hopes of entrusting Dionia’s brave history and perilous future to a generation that has never known war, the kings decide to raise up their young sons as an elite group of warriors, known only as the Dibor. Gorn, legendary hero of the First Battle, is commissioned to teach the Dibor the art of war, leading them on a four-year adventure on the Isle of Kirstell. It is Luik, son of Lair, who soon emerges as the warband’s spirited front man. But he is not the only one of his peers to grow in power; his dear friend Fane discovers hidden abilities among the Mosfar under the mentorship of Li-Saide of Ot, while Princess Anorra finds that her lifelong tutor knows as much about combat as he does about etiquette. There is little time for the Dibor to enjoy the satisfaction of graduation, however, as a sinister plot is discovered to dethrone Dionia’s kings and flatten the capital city of Adriel. The Dibor are summoned to war, along with the rest of Dionia’s fighting men. It is before the gates of Adriel Palace that Luik and his army face Morgui's prince, Valdenil, as well as the unending ranks of the Dairne-Reih.

4.7 stars with 44 reviews

Free? Click HERE to see.

Jakobe's Assignment
by Elizabeth Baker
Published October 2012

Science Fiction/Fantasy: astor Jonathan Phelps believes in angels. Yet, the idea of unseen beings actually roaming the halls of Grace Community Church never entered his mind. Angels surely had some kind of purpose somewhere, but never in an unimportant backwater like Thyme, Texas. The thought of a warrior showing up in his office would have shaken him to the core! Angels never do things like that. Do they? It’s been 700 years since JaKobe worked on earth, but when his curiosity is piqued by Rachael’s strange request, he finds himself once again on assignment doing the very things he once thought were behind him forever. Serving Adam’s offspring and advancing the Kingdom while enemies multiply on every side is all in a day’s work. And, this specific assignment is one job JaKobe is determined to finish before midnight.

4.4 stars with 5 reviews

Free? Click HERE to see.

Why Does God Allow Suffering?
by Brian Tubbs
Published August 2011

Nonfiction short: If you've ever wondered where God was in your life or why He could allow such pain in the world, you need this eBook. Perhaps your faith is strong but you need help in encouraging a friend whose faith is faltering, this eBook will help give you the answers you need. In its pages, you'll find answers to the following questions:
  • Would a good God allow excruciating pain and suffering?
  • Would an all-loving God allow evil in the world?
  • How can I hold onto my faith in the midst of doubt?
  • How can I cope with the pain and suffering in my life?
  • and much more
You'll also learn:
  • Four Reasons for Pain and Suffering
  • Three Things God Cannot Do 
Written for the busy Christian or seeker in mind, this short eBook (approximately 6,000 words) addresses the issues of pain and suffering head on. It explains why God allows bad things to happen (often to good people) and how people of faith can cope effectively with difficulty in their lives.

4.6 stars with 5 reviews

Free? Click HERE to see.

The Anarchists
by Brian Thompson
Published April 2012

Science Fiction/Fantasy: After a failed coup, a revolutionary named Noor is exiled and sentenced to die as a lowly earthling. Vowing to rule earth, but separated from his lieutenants, he is forced to use human beings instead. In the year 2050, tragedy strikes. Harper Lowe loses her son’s father to a last-minute decision. A drunk Damario Coley is maimed in a freak accident. Quinne Ruiz is assaulted and arrested, and Teanna Kirkwood witnesses the death of her daughter. Weeks later, the alluring Kareza Noor, CEO of the Genesis Institute, pilots a psychological experiment, the “Begin Again” initiative. It affords Harper, Damario, Quinne and Teanna the opportunity to erase a past regret. One of them must be forced into it. All solve their former problems but create new ones. Noor, now the Prime Minister of Italy, is plotting a dangerous end-game – if they try to stop him, they will be treated as terrorists.

4.5 stars with 11 reviews

Free? Click HERE to see.

Splitting Adam
by John R. Ford
Published October 2011

Science Fiction/Fantasy: Ever wonder what would happen if Frank Capra had directed Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde? Find out in Splitting Adam! After a soul-crushing thirtieth birthday party, Pastor Adam Tyler, the hopelessly single son of a single mom, is given a chance to see what the world would be like without him. But surprisingly, rather than just an Adam-less world, he finds instead that he has been replaced by two others, each man his ″half-self.″ One, the child of his mother, is a wealthy and successful businessman. The other, the child of the father Adam has never known, is a movie-quoting, streetwise con man. It seems the only things these two have in common are Adam’s DNA, and that both are on a collision course for Deep Trouble. With a hand from his crusty guardian angel, it’s up to Adam to rescue them. But is he up to the task? And can he find his way home again? This hilarious journey of half-self-discovery is the lovechild of Kurt Vonnegut and Anne Lamott, and is sure to delight all who enjoy a trip into the magical land of "what if?"

4.6 stars with 8 reviews

Free? Click HERE to see.

Accidental Meeting
by Susette Williams
Published August 2012

Romance Novella: Abbey Martin isn’t willing to be the kind of ‘player’ her boss wants her to be. When he threatens to not promote her because she refuses to get in ‘compromising’ positions, she quits.
If a day can go from bad to worse, it does for Abbey. She runs into Bruce Harrington on her way home—literally. Bruce Harrington was on his way to a very important meeting. That was until a raving lunatic with brown, bouncy hair spiraled towards him in her car and then on foot. Maybe he should count it a blessing that when she sent him cascading over the side of the embankment—he wasn’t in his car. To make amends for causing Bruce to break a leg, Abbey becomes his chauffeur and helpmate until he recovers. When his cast is about to come off he has to face losing Abbey. There has to be some way he can keep her from walking out of his life forever. If a job offer won’t do it then perhaps it’s time for a proposal.

4.2 stars with 32 reviews

Free? Click HERE to see.

Like a Flood
by Elizabeth Proske
Published October 2012

Action/Adventure: When the American college students signed up for the mission trip to flood-ravaged Colombia, they knew it wouldn't be easy. No electricity, no running water, skimpy rations, hard labor in the blistering sun - the young missionaries were prepared for all that. But threats from para-militant drug traffickers? Daniel Wescott and his friends must make choices they never expected to face. Should they stay and continue the work of rebuilding in spite of the danger? When disaster strikes, is it worth risking their lives to help their Colombian hosts? And how important is it to get the Word of God to the Colombian people? The Christian students are about to find out how strong their convictions really are! Like A Flood is a compelling novel with a lively cast of characters and an unequivocal reminder of God's sovereignty even in the most difficult circumstances.

4.7 stars with 6 reviews

Free? Click HERE to see.

No comments: