In My Mailbox Monday: October 31

      Mailbox Monday comes from two blogs:  Mailbox Mailbox and The Story Siren.  I am using it to highlight any books that come into my home the previous week, whether they are from the library, from a store, e-books, or actually received in the mail. 

 This week I received:

For Review:
Live Abundantly and Live Reflectively by Lenya Heitzig and Penny Rose
Mercy Come Morning by Lisa Tawn Bergen
Reclaiming Lily by Patti Lacy

From Paperback Swap:
Fasting for Spiritual Breakthrough by Elmer L. Towns
If you Want to Walk on Water, You've gotta Get Out of the Boat by John Ortberg

Kindle editions:
40 Day Surrender Fast by Celeste Owens
Shepherding a Child's Heart by Ted Tripp

I'm borrowing:
Searching for God Knows What by Donald Miller
Who am I in Christ by Neil Anderson


Sings my Soul Saturday: SEEDS

This week I wanted to let you all know about a great series of CDs from Seeds Family Worship.  There are 6 CDs: Seeds of Purpose, Seeds of Praise, Seeds of Courage, Seeds of Faith, Power of Encouragement, and Seeds of Character.  They feature upbeat Scripture songs that are great for the entire family.  My 4 and 6 year old can often be heard singing these songs throughout the day.  They know the books of the New Testament and the fruit of the Spirit.  It is a great way to get the Word into their hearts, and it works for me too!  Some of our current favorites are:  More than Conquerers (Romans 8:37), Out of the Mud (Psalm  40:1,2), Crushed (Psalm 34:18), The Light of the World (John 8:12), and Go (Matthew 28:19).  There are so many great ones that I almost feel bad only listing the ones above.  I strongly encourage you to check it out.  We use the CDs for Children's Worship at our church, and they have actually developed their own Bible School based on these CDs for at least the past 6 years!  They are wonderful!!

Sings my Soul Saturday is a weekly meme hosted by Amy at Signs, Miracles, and Wonders

The Opposite of Art

First of all, what a great cover.  If you cannot tell, it is the back of a canvas piece of artwork.  I didn't pay much attention to it when I first got the book, but when I finally looked at it, I thought it was really clever!
In the book, Sheridan Ridler is a brilliant artist whose life is cut short too early, or at least that is what the world thinks.  When Ridler is thrown into the Hudson River, everyone thinks that there is no way he could survive; but he does survive. He just disappears.  Over twenty years pass while most of the world thinks he is dead, and he travels the earth searching.  He searches for what he calls "the Glory," the image or experience he had when he falls off the bridge into the river.  He is desperate to paint or recreate "the Glory," and while all of his attempts fall short of his memory--they never fail to move those who see them.

This is an interesting book.  The prose is beautiful with clear and unique imagery.  The story is intriguing, and the characters are well-developed.  As a Christian who know the Truth, the story made me really think about certain things.  For example, I believe the word "glory" can only be used to describe the Lord and His creation (which brings Him glory).  I saw in Ridler the searching heart that all of us have.  Some of us try to fill it with other things; some search their entire lives, trying other religions, occupations, just as Ridler did.  Besides searching, there were other themes, of love, hope, and dying to self.  I feel like the book could be confusing to "seekers" in that it never really directly points to Jesus.  (I love the one and only scene that Jesus is mentioned though!)  I think some of the surrealism could be confusing for someone who does not know the Bible (like Esperanza).  Overall though, I would recommend this book to other Christians, but probably not new believers.

I received this book from Glass Roads Public Relations in exchange for my honest review.

Melody Carlson: Guest Post

Teens and Their Supernatural Pursuits
By Melody Carlson

Have you even wondered why some teens are drawn toward things like Ouija boards or psychics? Or why séances are still popular at sleepovers? Does it just have to do with Halloween and that spine-chilling need for a good scare? Or could it be something more? And, as a Christian, should you be concerned?
            Those questions, as well as some confused reader letters, prompted me to tackle the “supernatural” in one of my teen novels (Moon White, TrueColors, Nav Press). And whenever I write an issues-based novel, I’m forced to research—and often in some dark places. So I began scouring websites, learning more about Wicca and the occult, trying to grasp what was really going on with today’s teens—and how I could write about it in a helpful and relevant way.
But, as usual, when I write a teen book, I go back to my own adolescence...trying to connect with my inner teen...and I suddenly remembered a short era when a friend and I got very interested in witchcraft. I had honestly forgotten about this time and was fascinated to recall how we scoured some witchcraft stores on a local campus—I think we even purchased a few things. Fortunately, this interest was short-lived and I became a Christian not long afterward.
            However, as I reconnected with my inner teen, I had to ask myself—why had I looked into witchcraft back then? Why do teens dabble with it now? Suddenly the answer became crystal clear. I was searching. I’d been calling myself an atheist for several years by then, but I was spiritually hungry—starving in fact. Consequently I was looking for spiritual answers—something that would fill that empty void within me. I wanted a supernatural force in my life and I didn’t even care where it came from. I needed something bigger than me, more powerful than me, something to hold onto. I had no idea at the time that I was really searching for God.
            This realization changed the way I viewed my research. Instead of feeling disgusted and dismayed by the witchcraft/Wicca sites (which are not particularly enjoyable) I began to recognize that these people (mostly girls) were simply searching too. They wanted a power source in their lives just like I wanted one in mine. They just hadn’t found God yet.
            This led to another discovery. A girl who’s attracted to a religion like Wicca is usually seeking to gain some control over her life. Something is wrong and she wants to change it. To do so, she’s often enticed to purchase something—like “magical herbs”—to create a potion that will give her some control over her situation. Unfortunately, she doesn’t even realize she’s being tricked.
            But think about it, wouldn’t you love to have control over a bad situation sometimes? Wouldn’t you love to be able to change the circumstances that make your life unpleasant? So what if someone offered you the “power” to do just that? Perhaps if you’re fifteen, you wouldn’t see that person as a charlatan and you would fall for it.
            Which brings me to another important factor in understanding this generation’s attraction to the supernatural. Follow the money. The more I researched, the more it became painfully obvious that Wicca and witchcraft and the occult are money-making enterprises. Thanks to the internet, these savvy distributors sell anything imaginable—and many things you can’t. That leads to some serious motivation—these marketers want to hook their unsuspecting young customers and reel them in. Of course, these potions and trinkets and how-to books don’t come with a money back guaranty. Nor are they approved by the FDA. Yet they are a multi-million dollar industry.
            So, in a way, it’s a perfect storm. Teens that are insecure, lost, unhappy, and searching...meet up with an unregulated industry that offers supernatural answers and power and control...for a price. And, oh yeah, I never even mentioned how this opens a door for Satan to slip in and wreak havoc. For that...you’ll have to read the book.
Thanks Melody!  It is so important to educate our youth and to be knowledgeable ourselves about this topic. The enemy is real, and "prowls around like a lion looking for someone to devour."  We need to protect ourselves and our youth from any open doors!

Moon White: Color Me Enchanted (book 11 of True Colors series)
From Back Cover:  When new girl Liz moves in on Heather Sinclair's boyfriend and her coveted lead in the ballet, Heather's life goes haywire. Searching for ways to bring her problems under control, she explores the traditions of Wicca. All spirituality is good, right? Heather's curiosity brings new confidence and reassurance but alienates her from others, including her best friend, who writes her off as a witch. Even so, this enchanting path seems harmless, even helpful. But when terrifying things begin to happen that Heather can't explain, it becomes clear that she has less control over her world than ever before. Tugged between fear and hope, Heather puts herself in unexpected danger that leads her to the lowest point of her life. There, however, she uncovers an unknown secret about her deceased mother and meets a compassionate stranger who leads her on a quest she never could have imagined.


Thankful Thursday: October 27

This week I am especially thankful that my 6 month old was only a little fussy after his shots.  At two months he was terribly sick after receiving the entire recommended vaccinations (a total of 6!!!)  So at four months we only gave him one, and on Tuesday he received 2 more.  He didn't sleep well, but other than that there was no reaction.  It was truly an answer to prayer!!  Thank you, Jesus!

33.  my identity in Christ
34.  Seeds Scripture CDs
35.  Sierra's love of reading (my 6 year old)
36.  seasons
37.  good conversations with my mom
38.  the Creator
39.   and His Creation
40.  AWANA
41.  the innocent joy of loosing a tooth (again my 6 year old)
42.  walking home from preschool with my 4 year old
43.  a Christian preschool
44.  cleansing rain
45.  warm blankets
46.  my friend and mentor, Linda :)
47.  support to help you "off the mountain"  (see Deut 1:6&7a)
48.  the color turquoise
49.  hugs
50.  dinner with Martin

The Home of Thankful Thursday is Grace Alone...
It is hosted this month by Spiritually Unequal Marraige 

I've also linked up with One Thousand Gifts.


Wednesday's Word: IDENTITY

Some of the definition includes:

the individual characteristics by which a person or thing is recognized; the condition of being oneself or itself, and not another; the condition or character as to who a person or what a thing is; the state or fact of being the same one as described.

Looking at this picture, where do you find your identity?  In what you do? In how you look?  In what you own?

Who are you?

Who am I?  I am a mom, wife, daughter, sister, friend, aunt, cousin, niece, Sunday School teacher, AWANA leader, reader, writer, blogger, student of the Word.  I cook, clean, do laundry, attend church and bible study..., ..., ...!!

But those are not who I am...
Last week I was challenged to dig into the Word and write out an identity statement.  Who I am in Christ!
I started out jotting down words, like I am...loved, accepted, protected, etc.  I prayed each day that God would give me the words He wanted me to carry as my identity.  Then Sunday morning, as I prayed again He poured into me amazing truths that turned into my "identity statement."  I know that this is who I am, and I want to be and act the same as He describes me!

Here is the identity statement that the Holy Spirit gave to me:

I am His.  I am purchased by His blood and called according to His purpose.  I am chosen, accepted, and worthy. I am wholly loved and never alone.  I have access to Him and can be bold and confident.  In Him, I have a hope, a purpose, and the power to fulfill it.  I am free and able.  I am to be used by Him.  I am His.  

I am working on compiling a set of scriptures to memorize and support my identity.  Scriptures like Romans 8:28, Philippians 4:13, Hebrews 4:16, Ephesians 2:10, Jeremiah 29:11, John 15:16...

Later the Lord challenged me with this thought: "if that is who you are, who does that make me?"  So I followed up with another short statement about who He is; however that statement is incomplete.  My former pastor gave us a list of over 600 names, titles, and characteristics of God!  But the point is--to truly know and live as who we are in Him, we Must know Him!

Daniel 11:32b says "They that know their God will be strong and do exploits!"  

Lord I want to know You.  I want to see You and hear You and know You.  I want to never doubt Your Presence.  Each day, Lord, help me to seek Your face, Your voice, Your power, Your will.  You are my All in All, the First and the Last.  Help me to really live and believe it.  Let Your light shine in me and through me. Make me more like You every day.  Help my to find my identity in You and not my circumstances.  You give me worth.  You are my Savior, my Lord and master, my protection, my Hope, my purpose, and my power.  You are working in me.   You are faithful and loving.  You are my guide.  You are my God!  I need You and I love You!


MediaGuests Tour: Dan Sullivan and "The Greatest Patriot"

Book Description:  
December 1962
Covert back-channel communications from an official high within the USSR reveal that Nikita Khrushchev is planning to assassinate President Kennedy out of revenge for the Cuban Missile Crisis. Top secret messages from the source warn that that the Soviets are unable to remove the mentally unstable Khrushchev from office while he has the support of his Army. It quickly becomes apparent that Khrushchev will go to any lengths to kill Kennedy, an event that will likely start World War III. Out of options, Kennedy decides to beat Khrushchev to the punch.
There was nobody on the grassy knoll In Dallas, there wasn’t a second shooter. The only conspiracy that took place on November 22, 1963 was perpetrated by the President himself.
The Greatest Patriot is a thought provoking spin on the history of the last five decades that leaves its readers with a serious case of “What if?”

Dan Sullivan grew up in La Grande, Oregon.  He now lives in Boise, Idaho with his wife Amy and their two children, Abigail and Kevin.  He enjoys the outdoors and has backpacked across Europe and gone on numerous scuba diving adventures.  He became interested in John F. Kennedy in Junior High School, when he read PT- 109.  He has often speculated about what the world would be like if JFK had not died on that fateful day in November of 1963.  

Visit his website for more information.


The Calvary Road by Roy and Revel Hession

Wow!  What a powerful book!  The Calvary Road developed from a series of brief paper/pamphlets that Roy and Revel Hession produced about the Message of Revival.  God truly worked through the papers as they were originally printed and distributed as individual messages, so eventually they combined some of these messages into this publication.  They recommend reading it a chapter at a time as that was how it was originally written and published.  I think each chapter is so powerful that readers would benefit from time to think about what they read and pray.  That is certainly what I did.  I just kept underlining things, and praying about what I was reading. The chapters are as follows: Brokenness, Cups Running Over, The Way of Fellowship, The Highway of Holiness, the Dove and the Lamb, Revival in the Home, The Mote and the Beam, Are you Willing to be a Servant, The Power of the Blood of the Lamb, and Protesting our Innocence.

There is so much depth to this book.  I felt like it spoke right to my heart.  I plan on reading it again...and again!  Let me share some of the great thoughts and truths in the book.

  • "The Lord Jesus cannot live in us fully and reveal Himself through us until the proud self within us is broken."
  • "The only life that pleases God and that can be victorious is His life-never our life, no matter how hard we try." (which is why we must surrender to His will)
  • "Revival itself is being absolutely filled to overflowing with the Holy Spirit, and that is victorious living."
  • "Before we can enter the Highway, God must bend and break that stiff-necked self, so that Christ reigns in its stead.  To be broken means to have no rights before God and man... It means just being nothing and having nothing that I call my own, neither time, money, possessions nor position."
  • "Revival simply means new life, in hearts where the spiritual life has ebbed--but not a new life of self-effort or self-initiated activity.  It is not man's life, but God's life, the life of Jesus, filling us and flowing through us."
  • "Only a deep hunger for real fellowship with God will make us willing to cry to God for His all-revealing Light and to obey it when it is given."
I hope you'll take time to think about these quotes, or better yet take the time to read the entire book.  It is free for kindle right now, just click here.

I highly recommend this book!  It is a great instrument of conviction and spiritual growth.


Mailbox Monday: October 24

Mailbox Monday comes from two blogs:  Mailbox Mailbox and The Story Siren.  I am using it to highlight any books that come into my home the previous week, whether they are from the library, from a store, e-books, or actually received in the mail. 

This week's mailbox comes from Urlesque.  

Visited Ollie's this week, so I actually purchased some books this week:
Jesus Calling by Sarah Young
Walking with God by John Eldredge
You Were Born for This by Bruce Wilkerson
Love Amid the Ashes by Mesu Andrews
Ransomed Dreams by Sally John
Resurection in May by Lisa Samson
Angel sister by Ann H. Gabhart

Purchased from Amazon:
The Bait of Satan by John Bevere (for gift)
A Place for All: Ministry for Youth with Special Needs by John E. Barone and the Monarch School

Here are my newest review titles:
Sunrise on the Battery by Beth Webb Hart (e-book)
The Opposite of Art by Athol Dickson
The Story of My Life by Matthew West and Angela Thomas
Names of God Bible /God's Word Translation

Received a few more from paperback swap:
God Chasers by Tommy Tenney
Intercessary Prayer by Dutch Sheets
The Life You've Always Wanted by John Ortberg

NetGalley titles:
Die Young by Hayley and Michael DiMarco
What Does the Lord Require? by James C. Howell
A Mom after God's Own Hear Devotional by Elizabeth George
Growing Together as a Couple by Brian and Cheryl Broderson
Experience Your Bible by Josh and Sean McDowell


Sings My Soul Saturday

While listening to Pandora on Tuesday, this song came up and I was struck by the words: "I don't wanna go one more day Without Your all consuming passion inside of me, I don't wanna spend my whole life asking 'What if I had given everything Instead of going through the motions?'"  Those are powerful words.  We are to "give everything," and surrender all to Him.  It is a daily decision, a minute by minute surrender of our will to His.  And we cannot do it without walking in the Spirit, spending time in the Word and in prayer--all day talking and listening to that small, still voice whispering "this is the way, walk in it" (Is 30:21).  Here is the video and lyrics for Matthew West's "The Motions."

  • Songwriters: Jason Houser, Sam Mizell, Matthew West
This might hurt, it's not safe
But I know that I've gotta make a change
I don't care if I break
At least I'll be feeling something

'Cause just okay is not enough
Help me fight through the nothingness of life

I don't wanna go through the motions
I don't wanna go one more day
Without Your all consuming passion inside of me

I don't wanna spend my whole life asking
What if I had given everything
Instead of going through the motions?

No regrets, not this time
I'm gonna let my heart defeat my mind
Let Your love make me whole
I think I'm finally feeling something

'Cause just okay is not enough
Help me fight through the nothingness of this life

'Cause I don't wanna go through the motions
I don't wanna go one more day
Without Your all consuming passion inside of me

I don't wanna spend my whole life asking
What if I had given everything
Instead of going through the motions?

Take me all the way
(Take me all the way)
Take me all the way
('Cause I don't wanna go through the motions)

Take me all the way
(Lord, I'm finally feeling something real)
Take me all the way

I don't wanna go through the motions
I don't wanna go one more day
Without Your all consuming passion inside of me

I don't wanna spend my whole life asking
What if I had given everything
Instead of going through the motions?

I don't wanna go through the motions
I don't wanna go one more day
Without Your all consuming passion inside of me

I don't wanna spend my whole life asking
What if I had given everything
Instead of going through the motions?

Take me all the way
(Take me all the way)
Take me all the way
(I don't wanna go, I don't wanna go)

Take me all the way
(Through the motions)
Take me all the way

I don't wanna go through the motions

For more great songs visit Then Sings my Soul Saturday at Signs, Miracles, and Wonders.


Thankful Thursday: October

Today I am especially thankful for the gift of joy that my children have and share with others!!!

And here is my list, I'm thankful for:

16.  new opportunities
17.  the Lord's conviction
18.  Martin's work
19.  Martin's days off :)
20.  my parents
21.  gummy smiles (toothless baby smiles)
22.  Zumba
23.  brownies
24.  finding new meaning in God's word
25.  baby cooing
26.  laughter
27.  productive cleaning
28.  free review copies of books
29.  for the privilege and ability to stand before the Throne in prayer
30.  and sunshine
31.  late blooming flowers
32. pumpkins

I especially like how brownies comes right after Zumba....hmmm!?!

The Home of Thankful Thursday is Grace Alone...
It is hosted this month by Spiritually Unequal Marraige 

I've also linked up with One Thousand Gifts.


In My Mailbox Monday: October 16

Mailbox Monday comes from two blogs:  Mailbox Mailbox and The Story Siren.  I am using it to highlight any books that come into my home the previous week, whether they are from the library, from a store, e-books, or actually received in the mail. 
I had another big week, but since I already posted about Amazon freebies I am not going to include those here.  Just know that I got most of the list previously posted and then some!!

But this week I received two for review and one from paperback swap.
Review titles included: 
A Woman's Walk in Truth by Vonette Bright and A Lasting Impression by Tamera Alexander.
The one from paperback swap was Tilly by Frank Peretti.  

I also picked out a few more from NetGalley:

Listening to God by Bruce Bickel and Stan Jantz
Anything by Jennie Allen
Different Dream Parenting by Jolene Philo
The Boy Who Met Jesus by Immaculee Ilibagiza and Steve Erwin
Best Friends with God by Christy Bower 
Gospel-Powered Humility by William Farley
I am a Follower by Leonard Sweet
Waiting to Forget by Sheila Kelly Welch


Saturday's Song/CD

Last week when I posted about my plans for the blog, I included a weekend song or CD; then Thursday I found both the Thankful Thursday meme and this one.  I thought I might as well join it!

I wanted to feature a CD this week: one that has God has really used in my life.  I feel almost as though there is a special anointing on this album.  I always heightens my awareness of the Holy Spirit's presence.  Even after listening to it countless times, I am often in tears during the first three songs.  I've had the CD for over a year, but the first time I listened to it was at work a couple of years ago.  I put it in before we opened the store and My kids are always asking me to play "Ma Wa," which is what they call the fourth song "Essengo"  (sung in African).  The rest of the CD is good too.  Here is the play list:

  1. "You Raise Me Up"
  2. "Part the Waters Lord"/"I Need Thee Every Hour" 
  3. "I Bless Your Name" 
  4. "Essengo"
  5. "All My Praise"
  6. "There Is Power in the Blood" 
  7. "You Are My Hiding Place" 
  8. "Through It All" 
  9. "By and By (We'll Understand It Better By and By)" 
  10. "O the Deep, Deep Love of Jesus" 
  11. "All of Me" 
  12. "Before the Throne of God Above" 
  13. "Turn To You" 
  14. "Anything and Everything" 
  15. "Down in the River to Pray" 

Here is the music video to Selah's You Raise Me Up



Faithful Friday: Challenge

Hebrews chapter 11 is often called the "Hall of Faith."  It is where we find the Biblical definition of faith and hear about many of the great men and women of faith.
Hebrews 11:1 states that "faith is being sure of what we hope for and certain of what we do not see.
Hebrews 11:6 says that "without faith it is impossible to please God, because anyone who comes to Him must believe that He exists and that He rewards those who earnestly seek Him."

Through this chapter, we remember that by faith, Noah built an ark though he had never seen rain.  By faith, Abraham left his home following God's direction, though he didn't know where he was going.  By faith, Moses' parents hid him for three months .  Then by faith, Moses obeyed God, and countless miracles followed.  By faith the walls of Jericho fell, and by faith Rahab his the spies and saved her family.  The chapter ends by saying that there is not time enough to tell of all the events and miracles that occurred by faith; people conquered kingdoms, shut the mouth of lions, quenched fire, escaped swords.  People were raised from the dead, while others were tortured or killed.  Many lived in poverty and persecution.  Verse 39 and 40 states "These were all commended for their faith, yet none of them received what had been promised, since God had planned something better for us so that only together with us would they be made perfect."

Wow, considering this is just a small portion of the acts of faith in the Bible just think about what faith can do. In John 14:12-13, Jesus says "Very truly I tell you, whoever believes in me will do the works I have been doing, and they will do even greater things than these because I am going to the Father.  So I will do whatever you ask in my name, so that the Father may be glorified through the Son."  Also, in Matthew 17:20, Jesus says "Truly I tell you, if you have faith as small as a mustard seed, you can say to this mountain, 'Move from here to there,' and it will move.  Nothing will be impossible for you."

A few years ago I did Beth Moore's Bible study, Believing God.  In it she challenged us to add a verse to Hebrews, chapter 11, making 'verse 41' say "By faith, your name. . ."  I still remember the thrill I felt at that thought.  The Bible is clear that as a follower of Christ, He has chosen us to be involved in His work.  WOW, God has a plan to use me just as he used those individuals in the "hall of faith."  Right now, my Bible has an extra verse in Hebrews 11, saying "By faith, Megan...," and I am living in the dot, dot, dot right now.

Jesus, give me the faith to be used by You.  Give me the faith to say "Yes, Lord" and "Here I am, Send me,"  No matter what you ask.  I want to follow You, even when I don't know where I'm going.  I want You to work in me and through me.  Although, sometimes I will fail, You will never fail--so work in me Lord, use me!  Thank you for the privilege of being a daughter of the King and allowing me to take part in Your Kingdom plan.  I want to bring glory to You!


Thankful Thursday

Today I'm especially thankful for generous hearts--giving hearts.  We do not have very good dental coverage, and my son does not have very good teeth!  But we do have a very good dentist.  I did not ask for assistance, but knowing that we do not have the coverage, they have done all that they can to help with the cost of the dental work he needs done.  They have done x-rays free of charge; and out of the three fillings he needs, they are only charging for one and a half.  What a blessing that is!  Thank you Jesus, for providing us with a pediatric dentist that we trust who is so generous.  I pray, Lord, that you will bless her for her generosity!  

Starting today, I am listing 15 (or more) things I am thankful for each week.  In a year I will have over 750 things.
I am thankful for:
1.  My salvation
2.  the Holy Spirit
3.  the Word of God
4.  Martin, my husband
5.  Sierra, my daughter
6.  Boston, my son
7.  Crosby, my son
8.  Fall colors
9.  Dr. Pepper
10.  good books
11.  disposable diapers
12.  a good night's sleep
13.  worship music
14.  sisters in Christ
15.  to be able to see God working around me

The Home of Thankful Thursday is Grace Alone...
It is hosted this month by Spiritually Unequal Marraige

I've also linked up with One Thousand Gifts.


Kindle Freebies

There are a ton of Christian Classics and non-fiction titles...
ESV Bible
The Calvary Road by Roy and Revel Hession
In His Steps by Charles Monroe Sheldon
Pilgrim's Progress by John Bunyan
Fox's Book of Martyrs by John Foxe
The Pursuit of God by A.W. Tozer
Books by and about George Mueller
If you check any of these out, be sure to scroll through the suggested titles.  There are books on Church history and the reformation, messages by D.L. Moody, Martin Luther, Andrew Murray, Jonathan Edwards, biographies of missionaries and heroes of the faith. It is an incredible selection---all free; I downloaded a ton of them!

Here's a few free Christian fiction titles too:
Maid to Match by Deeanne Gist
Rain Song by Alice J. Wisler
While We're Far Apart by Lynn Austin
Diagnosis Death by Richard Mabry M.D.
The Brotherhood (Precinct 11) by Jerry B. Jenkins
Ransomed Dreams by Sally John
Walking on Broken Glass by Christa Allen
When All My Dreams Come True by Janelle Mowry
Prairie Rose by Catherine Palmer
Embers of Love by Tracie Peterson

Also here's a link to Christian Book Distributor's freebies.
I found so many this week that I had to share them.  Hope you find some you like too!