Hinds’ Feet on High Places by Hannah Hurnard, one of my all-time favorite and most beloved books is a timeless allegory. Little Much-Afraid is taken on a journey to the High Places. There she gains a new name and sees how following the loving Shepherd has changed her. See yourself in this timeless allegory. Be inspired by what is possible. Discover her name change.
This book would make a great gift for anyone who struggles with anxiety, fear, depression, and insecurity.
No Wonder They Call Him Savior by Max Lucado is one of his earliest writings and in my opinion the offering that catapulted him to national prominence and the top of the New York Times Best-Seller list. See Jesus as He walks the earth as a man and look into His heart as He pays the price for the sin of all mankind. For anyone who is still searching for the REAL Savior. Walk the dusty roads of Galilee, stand at the foot of the cross, sit outside the tomb, witness the resurrection and ascension, and decide for yourself once and for all if this Jesus is for real or just some legend to appease the weak, insecure, and poor. Not a deep theological read but an honest look into the facts and is both understandable and thought provoking.