Under arrest and forced into The Cellar, a brutal prison for the most diabolical criminals, Remy Landolin knows that surrendering was a horrible mistake. Otherworldly spirits and constant mind games drain her sanity as her captors seek her execution. But she is not alone—Arek Rykor, the love of her life, is willing to risk everything to save her and help her fulfill her destiny.
Remy’s story continues in Tessa Van Wade’s second book of the Velieri Uprising series. Velieri and Ephemes become aware of each other and Navin continues to spin his web of lies all the way to the top. If they can’t clear her name, they will never stop him or the rebellion he leads.
Is she the hope of a threatened civilization or an imposter? To figure that out, she must battle not only the Prophets and Powers, but fight a new breed of vicious assassins who can now trace deep into her mind. Will she learn to fight off their unrelenting assaults before it is too late?
You are not who you think you are.A seemingly ordinary existence is shattered when Willow is assaulted and left for dead near her San Francisco home. It is not a random attack, as she soon discovers. The stranger who rescues her tells her she’s part of a hidden race of people whose oppressive government is on the verge of a violent uprising. Against her will, she is drawn into a maze of deception and conspiracy, which defies everything she has ever known. As she attempts to separate fact from fiction, she becomes too entrenched to retreat. Her only hope is to discover the truth before it is too late. In this first installment of The Velieri Uprising, newfound novelist Tessa Van Wade, creates a deeply layered world of unforgettable characters in a fast-paced struggle for survival.
Hardback with dust jacket, 320 pages, 4.5 x 7.5
Living loved, free, and full results from this kind of growing engagement with him. This daily devotional is designed to draw your heart into God’s reality with a focus that will open a doorway so you can see your world through his eyes, including the wisdom he has to help navigate your day and the people in it. It will help you . . .
Gain confidence in how deeply loved by God you are.
Recognize how he nudges you with spiritual insight.
Lean into a growing trust in the way God is working in you.
Enjoy sharing his love with others in ways that will transform the world around you.
Rest from your own efforts and learn to cooperate with what he is doing.
Find the freedom to follow him, especially when it isn’t easy.
Are you tired of all the animosity and vitriol that fill our society at every mention of politics or religion dividing us into two hostile camps on every possible side?
So are we! We’re looking for others who want to change the dialogue from the rhetoric of polarizing animosity that is destroying the social fabric of our nation to a language of healing, where honest differences don’t have to destroy friendships. Then we can seek a broader common ground through mutual respect and compassion.
This Conversation Guide is a companion for A Language of Healing for a Polarized Nation. Written by the three co-authors it is designed to help small groups discuss all fifteen chapters and think of proactive tasks they can take on to be a force for healing in a divided world. If you would like to order multiple copies for a study, you can get bulk discounts at Blue Sheep Media.
Paperback • 97 pages
People are abandoning our religious institutions in droves. In the last few decades sixty-five million Americans who once attended a local church, no longer do. About half of those no longer self-identify as Christian, but over thirty-one million still do and are seeking a more relevant faith beyond Sunday-morning Christianity.
What do we make of this exodus and how will it affect the future of the church? Does it portend the end of Western Christianity? Wayne Jacobsen doesn’t think so. Having met with thousands of people around the world who are done with religious institutions, he is more hopeful than ever that this phenomenon might help revitalize the church Jesus is building.
Whether you attend a local church or you’re done with it, how we respond will have repercussions for generations to come. This is our opportunity to embrace God’s work in a wider way than any single institution can contain.