Tag Archives: Autobiography

Losing My Voice To Find It

This is Mark Stuart’s story beginning in college and the start of the band Audio Adrenaline. It is how his band members and he met and got together. The interesting stories of the band going from gig to gig. Mark kept doubting if his singing was enough for God.. Even though God kept showing him where to go and bringing people into his life to show him the way. Mark starts losing his voice and is brought full circle in what God wants him to do.

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What they meant for evil

Today Rebecca is a wife and mother, author and much requested public speaker. She gives the glory all to God. Read What they meant for evil to be inspired by her story.

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Palau: A Life on Fire: The Spiritual Memoir of Luis Palau

As Palau moves into the book’s last section, reflecting on the Church’s role in evangelism and how Christians can better work together, he creates a compelling image of how the Church can still accomplish great things today. A truly excellent book.

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A Change of Affection

This memoir plunges readers into one man’s poignant journey out of identifying as a homosexual to receiving identity as a child of God. Cook’s transparency and convictions deepen readers’ understanding of the nature of homosexuality and the implications of the gospel for this issue. Cook dives into the crux of this cultural controversy by addressing the heart issues from a biblical standpoint.

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