Television newscaster Erika models in a swimsuit after her friend begs her to. But then the pictures are edited so she appears top and they’re published by a Marlow company magazine! She barges into Marlow headquarters to get to the bottom of things, but the CEO, Richard, doesn’t take her concerns seriously, which infuriates her. Yet, when he accidentally brushes against her, Erika feels her heart flutter despite her anger…
I pray that my story reached across the borders of all mankind that has lost hope, and need to know that God is still in the healing, and delivering business.
I was at a point in my life, even though I had been raised with strong values and morals, when it just didn't seem to line up. Drug addiction, and a life of sin had taken a toll on me to the point of what looked like no return. I was just like Lazarus, in the grave, dead for four days, and stinking. But God looked beyond my fault, and saw my need. One day, I heard the call of God, "Stanley come forth." After I knew life as a saved, born again believer, I was struck with several life threatening illnesses, and God showed up again right on time. Whatever you are going through, know that God is able to not only heal the sick, but raise the dead. I was literally called, "Back From The Grave."
Janine Chase, a reporter for a small newspaper in Northern Colorado, wakes up terrified. The killer who stalked her dreams when she lived in Philadelphia is back. He killed everyone close to her, almost. He didn’t kill the man she loved, but he did kill the relationship. Her obsession with helping the police catch the killer nearly killed her as well. When she recovered, she moved halfway across the country in hopes of leaving it all behind. Philadelphia Detective Connor Dawson is dedicated to bringing in his brother’s murderer. The problem is the trail went cold after he arranged a fake obituary for the reporter, Connor’s ex-lover. The killer had been obsessed with her, and she with him. Connor knew the only way to keep her safe was to make the killer think she was dead. It worked for two years. But recently similar murders have popped up on his radar. The trail leads directly to where Janine relocated when she recovered from the killer’s attack. Not a believer in coincidence, Connor fears the killer has found her again. As hard as it will be to see the woman responsible for his brother’s death, he knows it would be worse to know she was dead and he could have stopped it.
'The Casual Hopper' (Alan Oliver) is one of the big characters in the Non-League groundhopping world. Having been to every round of the FA Cup in 2013-14 and the FA Trophy 2014-15, in 2015-16 he aimed to do every round of FA Vase and the FA Sunday Cup. He has raised over £17,000 for 'The Christie' Hospital in Manchester throughout this journey and has taken his unique, Mancunian charm to the four corners of Britain. There is a lot more to 'The Unbreakable Vase' than simply a footballing journey. It is about the footballing bond Alan has made with fellow football fanatics, Calvin Wade and Gordon Johnson, giving an insight into their lives over a twelve month period when unexpectedly they faced some terrible lows as well as footballing highs. 'The Unbreakable Vase' has the FA Vase as its central focus but it is also about characters they meet on the pitch and at the side of it. There are even a few chance meetings with some of the biggest names in English and even world football along the way. Furthermore, it tells the story of the blossoming football careers of younger members of their families as they battle for football scholarships. 'The Unbreakable Vase' is very different to the previous two parts of this footballing trilogy but hopefully just as interesting for any football fan. * 'The Unbreakable Vase' is dedicated to the memory of Steve Garcia and 50p from every full-priced sale (25p on promotional sales) will be passed to his widow, Angela Garcia, to donate to the British Heart Foundation.
Raffi is a shy boy who doesn’t like noisy games and is often teased at school. But when he gets the idea of making a scarf for his dad’s birthday, he is full of enthusiasm even though the other children think it is girly to knit. Then the day draws near for the school pageant, and there is one big problem: no costume for the prince. And that’s when Raffi has his most brilliant idea of all — to make a prince’s cape. On the day of the pageant, Raffi’s cape is the star of the show.
Welcome to the world’s first urban century. How will you respond? For the first time ever, more people now live in cities than outside them. Join veteran researcher and missiologist Patrick Johnstone as he explores the fastest growing cities and megacities, showing how Christian workers address people’s spiritual, physical, and social needs. Cities offer both big headaches and vast opportunities, and agencies that once focused on rural work are increasingly turning their attention to urban centers.
Patrick Johnstone left England’s countryside in 1962 to serve the bustling townships of apartheid-era South Africa. His pioneering urban ministries changed his life. Journey with Patrick as he shares God’s heart for the city and introduces pastors, missionaries, and community workers who are addressing urbanization’s key challenges. God has a heart for today’s cities. See how you can join this urgent mission. Series: Engaging Challenges Facing the Global Church This new series from GMI dives deeper into the key challenges Patrick Johnstone described in his groundbreaking study, The Future of the Global Church.