Is your life weatherproof? That is, is your foundation as solid as can be? built on rock? That’s what we want, right? A life that can stand up to any pressure, any situation. Floodwaters can rise and break against us on every side, yet we stand firm—Our foundation is strong. Our life is like a solid, stable, rock on which our loved ones can trust and depend. Weatherproofing your life is both the simplest thing you will ever do and at the same time, the most difficult, because it involves obedience to Jesus, keeping His commandments. In this book, we will explore over forty of Jesus’ specific instructions for His followers, each one an important part of the weatherproof process. Are you ready for your life to be weatherproof?
Faith for the Journey
Personal and raw, this is the daily journal of one woman’s battle with breast cancer and her discovery of intimate, life-giving faith in Christ along the way.
The Bible Devotional
Book by Book from Genesis to Revelation
An encouraging, inspirational, breath of fresh air! The Bible Devotional will be a great companion for Bible Study for both new and seasoned Christians.
The Little Book of Virtues
Leading a virtuous life is not only possible, it is the only way to truly experience the fullness of God’s beauty and love in the world. This book is the perfect reminder for everyone and a great gift for those achieving a personal milestone like a birthday, marriage or graduation.
Non Fiction Backlist
Encouragement and inspiration to cultivate a deeper walk with Christ abound in these books.
A Bestselling book in over a dozen countries and multiple languages, Sincerely, Jesus is a devotional study of the 2nd and 3rd chapters of Revelation. The Letters from Jesus to the Seven Churches in Asia Minor speak clear messages of challenge and affirmation to both the contemporary church and individual believers.
★★★★★ “I think that it is amazing how the Author Edward Goble can take a passage out of one of the most unstudied books of the Bible (Revelation) and bring it alive. It is easy to understand and easy to relate to book because it truly embodies God’s heart and love for His people and His church.”
★★★★★ “A remarkable look into the book of Revelation. This book helps us to see how much love Jesus has for us today. The author helps us to grasp Revelation, a book that may be hard for some to understand, or even attempt to understand. A must-read for all who are in church leadership.”
★★★★★ “I took a chance on “Sincerely Jesus” and found this book to be very readable and understandable on scriptures that can be daunting for even the more “Bible educated” readers. I used it as a daily devotion and found myself not wanting to stop reading. I would suggest anyone wanting to have an explanation on Revelation read this book.”
And No Religion, Too
This book of essays looks at contemporary Christianity and the western church with personal, humorous, and sometimes convicting candor. Hundreds of pastors have used ANRT as a catalyst to help reevaluate their service, and revisit their original call to follow Jesus, and make disciples of all nations.
★★★★★ “This book has brought out a very necessary common sense approach that you just don’t think of while trying to do it “right.” There isn’t room to mention all I have taken from this book and the ideas I can use to make the right changes now—like a message to me straight from God! Please read this book!”
★★★★★ “A real look at the real condition of the Church in America. How far we have strayed from God’s intended purpose for His followers! Be ready to get real and get right when you open this book and you will come away with an understanding of why and how our churches are failing. They may have the buildings and the crowds, but so do the bars and other secular organizations. It’s time for the Church to start offering something that the world cannot offer and its time for the Church to stop measuring success by worldly, carnal standards. An excellent read!
To categorize Ed’s acclaimed novels would be to call them “pre-Christian,” in the sense that they deal with issues common to all, while, concurrently, revealing the process of personal discovery that leads to a walk with Jesus Christ.
Both Ways, a novel
In Both Ways, Edward Goble looks into the heart and life of a local minister, a position he held for many years, and brings to life a story that is full of humor, heartache, madness, and grace.
★★★★★ “Once I got started it was hard to put down. The author has a very good epilogue. This story makes you think about the result of the choices that we make and the ending results. “
★★★★★ “Just so you know it talks about a man dealing with temptation and the small steps and rationalizations that so many of us make when confronted with temptation. It was graphic in some ways but not over the top like it easily could have been. Due to the subject matter it made sense being graphic in this way, but I’d be careful about who I recommend it to who isn’t married.”
Less of Me, a novel
Take a personal journey of discovery with Andrew Boyd and, along the way, look over his shoulder to read the entire text of the first draft of Appalachian Malady as it comes to life on the screen of his computer.
★★★★★ “It must have been effortless for Mr. Goble to create these very good stories and tell what/how it happened. Words just flowed together to make such an easy-to-read two-story book. I loved how it flipped back and forth as the author in his own story was writing another story to make a book. It was a page-turner within each story and I could hardly wait to get back to the other story. I felt I was watching the developed characters in full motion, color.
Having obsessively read well over a thousand novels in the last several years, I can say this is one of the best written I have ever enjoyed!”
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“At a time with so much turmoil in our world, author Ed Goble offers refreshing and meaningful insights that will bless the reader and help one discover God’s heart for His people and our fallen world.”