by Nathan Huffaker
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- Paperback: 272 pages
- Publisher: Bonneville Books (April 14, 2015)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1462116191
- ISBN-13: 978-1462116195
Kazakhstan is on the brink of civil war, and Elders Schofield and Johnson need to get out ASAP. But when their train explodes, all the evidence points to the missionaries! With terrorists on their trail and the whole country against them, the elders’ only refuge is the US Embassy in Astana—800 miles away. Fans of “The Saratov Approach” will love this jaw-dropping thriller.
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Oh, me, what a Thriller! Two missionaries running for their lives, encounter Terrorists, and are on the run for their lives. Fast paced, action packed tale of terror, terrorists, civil war, seeking refuge on the run and intense, emotional turmoil.
Fans of Thrillers, and reading material published by the Latter Day Saints, will enjoy this action thrill ride. Well written.
An enjoyable read!
*Received for an honest review from the publisher*
**Cross-posted on My Book Addiction and More**
Heat rating: Sweet
Reviewed by: AprilR, courtesy of My Book Addiction and More
About the book:
With questions about women’s roles in the Priesthood, studying the New Testament proves a useful tool. The New Testament contains accounts of over 50 women and their interactions with Christ and the early Church. With beautiful artwork, charts, historical information, and study tools, this book delves into the lives of these faithful women and shows God’s great love for them and their great role in His plan.
- ISBN-13: 9781462114214
- Publisher: Cedar Fort, Incorporated/CFI Distribution
- Publication date: 11/11/2014
- Pages: 304
Order your copy: “Walking with the Women of the New Testament” are now available through Amazon!
About the author:
Heather Farrell’s love for the scriptures began young, when at the age of 11 she hid a flashlight under her pillow so she could read the Old Testament late at night. Her love for the women in scriptures began when, her oldest son was born around Christmas time and she felt a kinship with Mary, the mother of Jesus. As she began to research Mary she realized that there were hundreds of women in the scriptures, but very little had been written about them. Excited by all the women she discovered, she began sharing what she learned on her popular blog, Women in the Scriptures (womeninthescriptures.com). Primarily self-taught in the scriptures, Heather is a testament to the truth that becoming a scholar of the gospel is not beyond anyone’s reach, it just takes a inquisitive mind and the companionship of the Holy Ghost. Heather grew up in Idaho but currently lives in Boone, Iowa with her husband, four children, two sheep, a goat and a flock of chickens.
“Walking with the Women of the New Testament” blog tour schedule:
MBA&M IS PROUD TO PRESENT….
Author Julie Nelson will host her blog tour for Parenting With Spiritual Power from March 3rd through May 6th. “I wish children came with an instruction manual!” How many times have we heard this lament by a frustrated or overwhelmed parent? Perhaps we have said these words (or thought them) ourselves. There are “how to” manuals for practically anything: installing a new faucet, building a remote control car, baking an apple pie, refinishing an antique chair, or assembling a bicycle. Is there a formula or a perfect manual for raising children? Yes! The scriptures.
Here is a brief description of the book:
In Parenting with Spiritual Power, Julie Nelson encourages you to crack open the manual and examine the lives and parenting principles of scriptural mothers and fathers. Discover powerful examples from figures like Adam and Eve, Moses, and the Brother of Jared along with suggestions for personal application in this essential book.
- Paperback: 192 pages
- Publisher: Cedar Fort, Inc. (March 12, 2013)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1462111688
- ISBN-13: 978-1462111688
Meet the Author:
Julie K. Nelson is a wife and mother of five children, raising them in Illinois and now Utah. She received a bachelor’s degree in education from Brigham Young University and a master’s degree from Utah State University in marriage, family and human development. Her scholarly research and creative writing have been published in journals and anthologies, and she has won numerous state and national awards for her writing. Julie has enjoyed teaching children in public and private schools and currently teaches at Utah Valley University. To learn more about the author, visit Julie’s website here: nelsonjuliek.com.
For more information on the tour,please visit: http://www.cedarfortbooks.com/blog-tour-parenting-with-spiritual-power/
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