Unbridled Faith

Author: Cara Whitney
Publisher: Thomas Nelson
ISBN: 140031528X
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Explore the timeless wisdom of God’s Word through one of His most beautiful creations. Horses nuzzle their way into our hearts and have a way of teaching us a lot about ourselves, about life, and even about God. Just ask horse enthusiast Cara Whitney, wife of comedian and actor Dan Whitney (aka Larry the Cable Guy). Through years spent working with these majestic animals—Cara Whitney has learned countless spiritual lessons that have brought her closer to God. In 100 heartfelt devotions with stunning photography, you’ll Learn about being flexible in your faith from a gangly legged colt. Discover the secret to overcoming temptation through a horse’s “sneak and eat” game. From a pony with a sweet tooth, find out why we should be glad God doesn’t answer yes to all of our prayers. Be reminded that you are priceless to God from a one-eyed quarter horse named Roanie. Unbridled Faith is the perfect gift for every horse lover.

Unbridled

Author: Barbara McNally
Publisher: Balboa Press
ISBN: 1452562830
Size: 11.39 MB
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There is no greater joy than the adventure of discovering who you really are and then living that life. Unbridled tells the story of Barbara McNally's impulsive liberation. Everyone believed Barbara was living the American Dream. She married her college sweetheart and seemed to have the perfect husband, the perfect family, the perfect home. Yet, she strayed and her matrimonial cookie crumbled. Following the lead of her adventurous late grandmother, she sets off to overcome her fears and find her independence. Along the way she discovers parts of herself that had been missing. Barbara realizes she'd created her own prison and that she alone holds the key. From Ireland to Jamaica, she dances with horsemen, communes with priestesses, and has an erotic encounter in an ancient castle. Sensual and soulful. Helpful and hilarious. Join Barbara on her remarkable journey of introspection and exploration as she discovers unbridled freedom.

Unbridled Beauty

Author: Chris Cummings
Publisher: Harvest House Pub
ISBN: 9780736924870
Size: 17.23 MB
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"Celebrating the spirit of horses"--Front cover.

Joey

Author: Jennifer Bleakley
Publisher: NavPress
ISBN: 1496421787
Size: 37.82 MB
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“A touching tale.” —Kirkus Reviews The heartwarming true story of a blind horse named Joey. At the height of his show career, this beautiful Appaloosa’s majestic stature, strength, and willingness to work made him the perfect partner. But when an injury cost Joey his show career, he moved from one owner to the next, ultimately experiencing severe abuse and neglect. A rescue group found Joey nearly dead from starvation—and blind. Then he came to Hope Reins—a ranch dedicated to helping hurting kids who had been abused, emotionally wounded, or unwanted. By teaching these children to care for rescued animals, the Hope Reins staff were convinced they could reach kids with love and hope and show them that we are never forgotten by God. But could the financially struggling ranch afford to take care of a blind horse that no one else wanted? Could Joey somehow learn to trust people even though the world had hurt him so badly? And what would happen—to Joey, the kids, and Hope Reins—if they failed? A true story of friendship destined to become a classic, Joey will touch your heart and reveal the power of finding light in the darkness.

Unbridled Love

Author: Laura Coleman
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780983928874
Size: 62.77 MB
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Inside every woman is the need to feel loved, cared for and cherished. Many fantasize about their knight in shining armor and dream of children who never challenge boundaries and go on to live perfect lives.Unbridled Love is a love story that recounts actual significant life events the author lived and how through those events she came to know a deeper and more fulfilling love than she ever dreamed possible. She demonstrates what faith really looks like. Through her deepest heartaches, surrender, and sacrifice she finds unbridled love and freedom waiting for her, in her Savior and Lord, Jesus Christ. Her willingness to travel along the unknown and often rocky path God was charting for her, resulted in her discovery of the true Agape love of the Father and how His Agape love can win over those who are far from God. Her journey brings her to a deeper faith and freedom that is given in abundance.

Blind Faith

Author: Joe McGinniss
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 0451418131
Size: 28.36 MB
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Reveals the truth behind the murder of Maria Marshall, the role played by her husband, Rob, and the effect of the events upon their three sons, in a story marked by gambling, drugs, debt, and infidelity.

Unbridled Grace

Author: Michael J. Norman
Publisher: Dog Ear Publishing
ISBN: 9781457500961
Size: 17.30 MB
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"A naive doctor fresh out of school was just what the Russian Mafia sought for their fraudulent medical ring. As a surface Christian living a self-absorbed life, Dr. Michael Norman was the perfect hire for their web of evil after answering a two-line classified ad in the newspaper. Months later, it became difficult to distinguish the bad guys from the good guys as Dr. Norman's cooperation was cruelly turned against him by corrupt government officials well aware of his accidental ties to this criminal conspiracy. What follows is a frightening true story that could occur to any of us, and a powerful faith journey to redemption that is made possible only through our Christian faith and the bold use of our power of choice for God.

High As The Horses Bridles

Author: Scott Cheshire
Publisher: Henry Holt and Company
ISBN: 0805098224
Size: 10.79 MB
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A Washington Post Top 50 of 2014 Fiction pick A Wall Street Journal Book of the Year, selected by Phil Klay Electric Literature 2014: Year of the Debut A Largehearted Boy Favorite Novel of 2014 Slaughterhouse 90210's Most Rapturous Book of 2014 Vol. 1 Brooklyn A Year of Favorites: Jason Diamond picks Called "powerful and unflinching" by Column McCann in The New York Times Book Review, "something of a miracle" by Ron Charles in the Washington Post, and named a must read by The Millions, Time Out, New York Magazine, and Grantland; Scott Cheshire's debut is a "great new American epic" (Philipp Meyer) about a father and son finding their way back to each other. "Deeply Imagined"—The New York Times / "Daring and Brilliant"—Ron Charles, Washington Post / "Vivid"—Elle / "One of the finest novels you will read this year."—Flavorwire It's 1980 at a crowded amphitheater in Queens, New York and a nervous Josiah Laudermilk, age 12, is about to step to the stage while thousands of believers wait to hear him, the boy preaching prodigy, pour forth. Suddenly, as if a switch had been flipped, Josiah's nerves shake away and his words come rushing out, his whole body fills to the brim with the certainty of a strange apocalyptic vision. But is it true prophecy or just a young believer's imagination running wild? Decades later when Josiah (now Josie) is grown and has long since left the church, he returns to Queens to care for his father who, day by day, is losing his grip on reality. Barreling through the old neighborhood, memories of the past--of his childhood friend Issy, of his first love, of the mother he has yet to properly mourn--overwhelm him at every turn. When he arrives at his family's old house, he's completely unprepared for what he finds. How far back must one man journey to heal a broken bond between father and son? In rhapsodic language steeped in the oral tradition of American evangelism, Scott Cheshire brings us under his spell. Remarkable in scale--moving from 1980 Queens, to sunny present-day California, to a tent revival in nineteenth century rural Kentucky--and shot-through with the power and danger of belief and the love that binds generations, High as the Horses' Bridles is a bold, heartbreaking debut from a big new American voice.

The Coffins Of Little Hope

Author: Timothy Schaffert
Publisher: Unbridled Books
ISBN: 9781609530419
Size: 19.53 MB
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Timothy Schaffert has created his most memorable character yet in Essie, an octogenarian obituary writer for her family’s small town newspaper. When a young country girl is reported to be missing, perhaps whisked away by an itinerant aerial photographer, Essie stumbles onto the story of her life. Or, it all could be simply a hoax, or a delusion, the child and child-thief invented from the desperate imagination of a lonely, lovelorn woman. Either way, the story of the girl reaches far and wide, igniting controversy, attracting curiosity-seekers and cult worshippers from all over the country to this dying rural town. And then it is revealed that the long awaited final book of an infamous series of YA gothic novels is being secretly printed on the newspaper’s presses. The Coffins of Little Hope tells a feisty, energetic story of characters caught in the intricately woven webs of myth, legend and deception even as Schaffert explores with his typical exquisite care and sharp eye the fragility of childhood, the strength of family, the powerful rumor mills of rural America, and the sometimes dramatic effects of pop culture on the way we shape our world.

The Book Of Colors

Author: Raymond Barfield
Publisher: Unbridled Books
ISBN: 1609531167
Size: 32.37 MB
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How can a 19-year-old, mixed-race girl who grew up in a crack house and is now pregnant be so innocent? Yslea is full of contradictions, though, seeming both young and old, innocent and wise. Her spirit is surprising, given all the pain she has endured, and that's the counterpoint this story offers—while she sees pain and suffering all around her, Yslea overcomes in her own quiet way. What Yslea struggles with is expressing her thoughts. And she wonders if she will have something of substance to say to her baby. It's the baby growing inside her that begins to wake her up, that causes her to start thinking about things in a different way. Yslea drifts into the lives of four people who occupy three dilapidated row houses along the train tracks outside of Memphis: "The way their three little row houses sort of leaned in toward each other and the way the paint peeled and some of the windows were covered with cardboard, the row might as easily have been empty."