At AltWit Press, we do not publish your average devotional or Christian fiction. Instead, we push the envelope of what is acceptable. These books are designed to make you think about the unseen world around us, and draw closer to God in the process.
Episode 4 of a 4 part Steampunk Fantasy set in an alternate universe. Peace and safety...a promise often made but seldom kept. Can Raven trust that anyone will be able to protect the young baron as she has?
Episode 2 of a 4 part Steampunk Fantasy set in an alternate universe. For Captain Jack Grant, the hunt has just begun. Can he capture the elusive Raven Steele, or will she slip through his grasp? As both sides take on new alliances, they will find that one will be an honest partner, one will fall, and one will betray them all.
This book is a short devotional book with scriptures and notes on those scriptures meant to engage the reader in praise and thanksgiving for God and His promises. Perfect for this season of thanks, but can be used any time of year to help you remember all the things God has done for you and why we should praise Him
When a crippled young lord rescues a girl falling from a tree, it reveals a secret about himself and his mother's side of the family that could put him at the center of a war with beings he thought only existed in fairy tales.
Draw closer to god in just 2 minutes per day!
This series of short 2-minute devotions relates the Scriptures to Horsemanship, giving the reader and rider a new insight into God's word. Even if you have no experience with horses whatsoever, you can glean amazing insight into the workings of God through your relationship with Him.
Trusting God When Bad Things Happen
on Dec. 16, 2012
"Life is Pain. Anyone who tells you differently is selling something."
This quote from The Princess Bride should also refer to Christianity. Just because you become a Christian does not mean that life will be perfect and care-free, and that you'll never trip or fall. Being a Christian just means that you'll have Someone there to help give you a hand up and console you if you hurt yourself, and someone who will point out certain potholes along the way and help to avoid them.
So if God is good...why does He allow bad things to happen?
The author uses personal experiences and scripture to help the reader understand the answer to this question. She uses plain English, so anyone can understand. This is a solid, biblically accurate and short read.