Bundle Special of Terrie's Books
In this bundle special, only lasting for the month of November 2019, you can buy all three of Terrie's books (Unto Us A Child is Born, Token Faith: Moving from Fake to Real Faith in Jesus Christ, and I've Been Shot! Encountering Christ in Trauma) for just $20 plus shipping and sales tax (NC residents only) instead of $28. Perfect for Christmas presents!
Unto Us A Child is Born
Unto Us a Child is Born by Terrie Bentley McKee is a devotional for the Advent season. Essays written from a biblical perspective, the devotional gives different viewpoints and research to the Christmas story. Unto Us a Child is Born encourages Christians to shine the Light of Christ just as the star that guided the wise men to the Christ Child.
Token Faith: Moving from Fake to Real Faith in Jesus Christ
Token Faith: Moving From Fake to Real Faith in Jesus Christ is a brief but powerful look on how true faith can be stunted because of life's curveballs and some traditions of churches. Offering biblical and real-life examples, "Token Faith" encourages Christians to dive into the Word and renew their desire for Christ. Discussing such themes as checkmark Christianity, cafeteria plan Christians, Pentecostal Christians and having joy in our salvation, the book by Terrie Bentley McKee is a call for revival within the Bride of Christ -- the Church.
I've Been Shot! Encountering Christ in Trauma
I've Been Shot: Encountering Christ in Trauma details the shooting of a husband and father of four at a North Carolina rest stop. The shooting, on Thanksgiving weekend 2015, permanently paralyzed him. But the story doesn't end there. Greg and his wife, author Terrie Bentley McKee, encountered Christ's power, presence, and peace in trauma through this tragedy. Because of Christ, they extended forgiveness to the shooters, shocking and amazing a community in the process.Terrie Bentley McKee delivers a transparent, tearful glimpse into violent trauma and how Christ redeemed their story. She uses their experience to encourage other victims of violent trauma.