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The Other Side of the River Now in Kindle and E-Book

Aug 24th, 2011 Posted in new releases | Comments Off on The Other Side of the River Now in Kindle and E-Book

The-Other-Side-Of-The-RiverThe Other Side of the River by Kevin Reeves is now available on Amazon in Kindle and also on our website as both a pdf and an e-pub book.

Book Information:
ISBN: 978-0-979-1315-0-9
248 Pages
Retail $12.95

When mystical experiences and strange doctrines overtake his church, one man risks all to find the truth—A true story.

Description: A compelling and deeply personal account of a young man’s spiritual plunge into a movement called the “River.” Sometimes referred to as the River Revival, the Third Wave or the Latter Rain, this movement is marked by bizarre manifestations, false prophecies and esoteric revelations. Warnings of divine retribution hold many adherents in a bondage of fear, making them afraid to speak out or even question those things they are taught and are witness to.

In a biographical setting, The Other Side of the River, is a powerful and needed warning to the body of Christ. In a day and age when church-growth techniques mixed with mystical practices are leaving a wreckage of human lives littered with the debris of false doctrine. For Kevin Reeves, his determination to rescue his family came to the forefront, even if the cost was high and even if he had to stand alone. His journey back into the freedom and simplicity of Jesus Christ would be worth the price.

Author Bio:
Kevin Reeves has been a free lance writer for nearly twenty years. His articles and columns have been featured in various newspapers and magazines, including Alaskan Southeaster. His articles on heretical church movements have been translated into three languages. Kevin lives in Alaska with his wife and daughter.

Table of Contents

Chapter One

Some of the topics this book addresses:

Word Faith movement

Holy Laughter

“Slain” in the Spirit practice

Emphasis on humanity of Jesus over Deity

Gifts & Calling for the unbeliever?

Experience versus Scripture

Repetitive chanting & singing

Paradigm shift

Understanding true worship


Fear No Evil . . . Except – by Corrie ten Boom

Aug 22nd, 2011 Posted in Excerpts | Comments Off on Fear No Evil . . . Except – by Corrie ten Boom

In-My-Father-s-HouseFrom In My Father’s House by Corrie ten Boom
(released 2011 by Lighthouse Trails Publishing)

A child is not fearless, contrary to what his parents may think at times. A child is often a bundle of unexpressed fears, unknown terrors, and shadowy worries. I was afraid of the doctor’s office, my family’s leaving me, and the mystery of death.

Nollie’s nightgown was my contact with security. We slept in the same bed, and I can remember clinging to Nollie’s nightgown as long as she would allow me. Poor Nollie, when she would try to turn, she would be anchored by my little fist clasping her tightly.

One time, Mother took Nollie and me to visit a woman whose baby had died. I wished Nollie had been allowed to wear her nightgown on that journey, because I needed desperately to hang onto it.

We climbed a narrow staircase and entered the poorly furnished room of one of Mama’s “lame ducks” (the name we children had given to her protégées). Although we often did not have sufficient money for ourselves, Mother always found someone who was in greater need.

In that shabby little room was a crib with a baby inside. It didn’t move at all and its skin was very white. Nollie stood next to the crib and touched the baby’s cheek.

“Feel that,” she said to me, “it’s so cold.”

I touched the little hand and then ran to my mother and buried my face in her lap. I had touched death for the first time, and it seemed that the impression of cold remained with me for hours and hours.

When we returned home, I ran up the narrow stairs to my bedroom and leaned against the antique chest of drawers. There was an enormous fear in my heart—almost terror. In my imagination, I pictured the future in which I saw myself all alone, my family gone, and I left desolate. My family was my security, but that day I saw death and knew they could die, too. I had never thought about it before.

The dinner bell rang downstairs, and I was so grateful to go to the big oval table, get warm again, and feel the security of being with my family. I thought how stupid the grown-ups would think I was if I told them about the fear which was still in my heart.

I ate dinner quietly that night, which was not easy when you are in the midst of such a lively family. Our dinner table spilled over with conversation.

After dinner, Father took the Bible, as he always did and began to read the lines from Psalm 46:2:

Therefore will not we fear, though the earth be removed, and though the mountains be carried into the midst of the sea.

I sat up straight in my chair and stared at my father. I didn’t know much about mountains, living in flat, flat Holland, but I certainly knew a lot about fear. I thought Papa must have known exactly what my problem was that night.

My faith in Papa, and in the words he read from the Bible, was absolute. If they said not to fear, then God would take care of it. I felt secure again. (from chapter 2 of In My Father’s House)

Reminder: Lighthouse Trails Titles Available through Most Bookstores

Aug 20th, 2011 Posted in company information, Publishing News | Comments Off on Reminder: Lighthouse Trails Titles Available through Most Bookstores

Just as a reminder, the books and DVDs that are published directly by Lighthouse Trails Publishing are  available to order through most online and walk in stores. Even if a particular bookstore does not actually carry one of our titles in their stores, a store can order a title for you through SpringArbor or Ingram (or directly from Lighthouse Trails). Libraries can order our titles from Baker & Taylor (or directly from Lighthouse Trails). Ordering through a bookstore may take a little longer to get, but you won’t have to pay shipping costs this way.  Below is a list of the titles published by Lighthouse Trails available to order through stores. Also click here for ISBN numbers, authors, prices, and release dates.

Tapestry: The Journey of Laurel Lee

Trapped in Hitler’s Hell

A Time of Departing

Laughter Calls Me

The Other Side of the River

For Many Shall Come in My Name

Faith Undone

Another Jesus?

Things We Couldn’t Say

Standing Fast in the Last Days

La Fe Desechada

Castles in the Sand

The New Face of Mystical Spirituality – The Emerging Church & Interspirituality

The New Face of Mystical Spirituality – Contemplative Prayer

The New Face of Mystical Spirituality – The Invisible Denomination

Good News in the Badlands: Americana Gospel Folk Music

Foxe’s Book of Martyrs

The Color of Pain: Boys Who Are Sexually Abused and the Men They Become

Strength for Tough Times: Encouragement from God’s Word

Stories from Indian Wigwams and Northern Campfires

In My Father’s House

Stolen from My Arms

Let There Be Light

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