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Price: P 250.00
ISBN: 978-971-0495-90-0


Description

By women and for women who lead, this book helps build fundamental skills for moving projects forward, leading others effectively, and achieving desired results. Women in leadership roles at home, at church, or at work will learn to master five key areas: group building, communication skills, relationship skills, conflict management, and time management.

Written with women’s needs specifically in mind, here is a book that will equip every woman to fully realize her leadership potential.

Includes discussion questions and learning exercises at the end of each chapter.

In the second chapter of the book which tackles Relationship Essentials, author Linda Clark emphasizes how important it is for women to look inward in defining herself so as to not be lost in the conflicting demands of the different roles a woman takes on. This is also important for women to be able to help the people in her life discover their own identities.

This is one of the exercises that she suggests, and this can be your starting point in “profiling” yourself

Fill in the blanks with the first thought that comes to mind.

1. When I was a child I always wanted to _______________________

2. My father and I _________________________

3. My mother and I ________________________

4. One thing I remember is __________________

5. If I could do anything I would ____________________________

6. One thing that makes me laugh is ___________________________

7. I get angry when  __________________________

8. I am impatient with ___________________________

9. Religion in my life is ____________________________

10. I love ________________________________

11. The thing I fear most is _____________________

12. I have fun when _______________________

13. Intimacy is _________________________

14. I hate ____________________________

15. Something that is important to me is __________________________

16. I laugh when ____________________________

17. I have the silly ability to _________________________

18. One thing I like about me is _________________________

19. One thing about me I would like to change is ___________________________

20. God is __________________________

21. My church is ________________________________

Your answers to these questions can give you a clearer picture of who you really are, if you answer it with honesty and much contemplation

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5 Leadership Essentials for Women is available at all OMF Lit Bookshops nationwide. Click here for a list of our bookshops.

Some people get really excited over it. Some try to avoid it like the plague. Some spend the “special day” with their special someone. Some choose to spend it with their fellow singles. Whatever you feel about it, Valentine’s Day is here and the days leading up to it are all above love.

But you don’t need to be in a relationship to appreciate books about relationships right? We think so too. That’s why we’d like to recommend some of our books that can help you learn more about love, whether you’re a teenager, an single adult or a married couple.

Oh, and all these titles are available in ebook format! Just click on the Amazon or Flipreads link to purchase (more…)

Thinking of what to get for your daily devotional for 2013? Here are our recommendations from our local and licensed titles. And don’t forget, all of them are 20% off from January 14-27 at all OMF Lit Bookshops nationwide.

Finding RefugeFinding Refuge and Strength by Dr. Harold Sala

Bestselling author Harold J. Sala’s newest devotional leads you to find security in God’s promises. Be encouraged each day with Scripture passages, inspiring stories, and sound guidelines for living. Also available in Tagalog (Kanlungan Mo sa Tag-Unos)

 

 

 

 

Grace

Grace Found Me by Grace D. Chong

It is easy for busy women to drown in a sea of responsibilities and to be faced with doubt and worry each day. In Grace Found Me, author Grace D. Chong points you to Him who can give rest to your heart and soul. Allow Him to remind you who He is and what He can do so you will no longer fret. Grace Found Me is a recipient of the 2012 Gintong Aklat (Golden Book) Award, Inspirational Category, from the Book Development Association of the Philippines.

Also available in ebook format through  Amazon   and   Flipreads

 

 

HolinessHoliness Day By Day by Jerry Bridges

Do you want more substance to your daily devotional? Then you will appreciate this one-year devotional from Navigator author Jerry Bridges. Each entry has been carefully selected from his best writings, connecting with you on a deeper level and encouraging personal discovery. This quick daily read is full of inspiration, commitment, and transformation for men and women to grow in spiritual maturity.

 

 

 

Life Promises CouplesLife Promises for Couples by Gary Chapman

Bestselling relationship expert Dr. Gary Chapman (author of Five Love Languages) provides trusted words of wisdom designed to encourage and inspire couples, alongside key Bible verses that illuminate God’s plan for marriage and for nurturing healthy, happy relationships. Whether you are a young couple just starting out or you’ve just celebrated your 50th wedding anniversary, your marriage is sure to benefit from the timeless wisdom contained in this book.

 

 

Life PromisesLife Promises for Eternity by Randy Alcorn

Inspired by Randy Alcorn’s best-selling book Heaven, Life Promises for Eternity provides readers with more than 100 brief, inspirational readings on the topic of Heaven and the New Earth. Each reading is coupled with a trio of complementary Bible verses designed to further illuminate what the Bible has to say about the extraordinary place we will someday call home.

 

 

 

 

Live LovedLive Loved by Max Lucado

His thoughts of you outnumber the grains of sand. His dreams of you outstretch the days of this life. The Maker of the stars would rather die for you than live without you. Could you use a daily reminder of His love? These devotions by best-selling author Max Lucado will calm your soul and nourish your heart. You can live the way God intended. Features excerpts from his most recent inspirational books, focusing on the ideas of steadfast, perfect, wise and merciful love, and “loved to love others”

 

 

One Year Mini 500One Year Mini Daily Inspiration

The world can be so overwhelming! You’re navigating an endless stream of tasks, demands and stress. Take a break from it all with The One Year Mini Daily Inspiration. It’s a great way to connect with what’s most important in life – your relationship with God.

Do-able – Just pick one up and start on today’s date

Daily – Learn about God and what’s really important a little bit each day.

Devotions – Find out how you can connect with God!

 

Refreshing WordsRefreshing Words for Busy Women by Darlene Sala

Here is an uplifting devotional for every day of the year that will renew, restore, and revive today’s on-the-go woman. Each day, bestselling author Darlene Sala invites you to meditate on a Scripture passage, guides you to reflect, and moves you to pray. Carry it with you so that the next time you feel overwhelmed by your to-do list, all you have to do is take a break and be refreshed.

 

 

 

 

RefuelRefuel by Ru dela Torre

First, you went on a road trip. Along the way, you got lost and had to steer your life back on track. Now your tank is running low on gas. You need a fresh infusion of wisdom and inspiration. You need to REFUEL. In Ru dela Torre’s 3rd book with OMF Literature, he shares a mix of personal reflections and devotional entries or “reflectio-devos” to energize you while you’re spending quiet times with God. Here’s how you can fine-tune your spirit with the help of this book: Spend time in prayer and personally worship God. Read the Bible and meditate on what it says. Cap it off by reflecting on the week’s entry from this book

Also available in ebook format through  Amazon   and   Flipreads

 

We Shall See GodWe Shall See God by Randy Alcorn

Charles Spurgeon was one of the most prolific Christian writers of his generation. Some of his most powerful sermons were about the topic of heaven. In this book, best-selling author Randy Alcorn compiled his most compelling and profound insights and arranged them in a devotional format, with his own comments and devotional thoughts “Whether you are familiar with the works of Charles Spurgeon or not, you are in for a treat, as Alcorn invites you to sit at the feet of the Prince of Preachers and discover timeless pearls of wisdom from one of the greatest theological minds of all time.”

Last week, we asked our Facebook and Twitter friends to share with us some of their favourite reads from 2012. While most of them were not published in 2012, we believe our books don’t have an “expiry date” and can bring inspiration, instruction and insight at any time, any place and to anyone. Feel free also to share your favorite 2012 reads in the comments section 🙂

Here are some of your picks:

How to Mend a Broken HeartHow to Mend a Broken Heart by Nelson T. Dy

Walk with Nelson T. Dy as he revisits the road of his own romantic heartbreak. Dy gently shares to the heartbroken hope-filled insights from stories of people in the Bible who had themselves trodden the path of heartache. The pain of a broken heart is real. So is the hope for mending it.

Also available in ebook format

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Singels EditionLovestruck Singles Edition by Ronald Molmisa

The best-selling author of Lovestruck and Pass or Fail is back and this time, Ronald Molmisa will have a heart to heart talk with the young and single. Using the same wit, humor and wisdom in a language that young people can relate to, Kuya Ronald discusses relevant topics like “Nanliligaw or Naliligaw?”, “Usapang MU”, “Single and Ready to Mingle” and many more.

Also available in ebook format

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What Good is GodWhat Good is God by Philip Yancey

Best-selling author Philip Yancey has always tried to answer the hardest but most basic questions about the Christian faith. In his latest book, he tackles the practical value of belief in God. His search for the answer to this question took him to some amazing settings around the world: Mumbai, India when the firing started during the terrorist attacks; at the motel where Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated; on the Virginia Tech campus soon after the massacre; an AA convention; and even to a conference for women in prostitution.

 

I Kissed Dating GoodbyeI Kissed Dating Goodbye by Joshua Harris

Joshua Harris’s first book, written when he was only 21, turned the Christian singles scene upside down…and people are still talking. More than 800,000 copies later, I Kissed Dating Goodbye, with its inspiring call to sincere love, real purity, and purposeful singleness, remains the benchmark for books on Christian dating.

 

 

Call to Joy and PainThe Call to Joy and Pain by Adjith Fernando

The Call to Joy and Pain explores the connection between rejoicing and suffering, and shows how our distress draws us nearer to God and makes us more effective in ministry. Widely recognized Christian leader Ajith Fernando expounds on Colossians 1:24–29 and draws on his own experience to demonstrate that pain can be a blessing—both to the individual Christian and church.

 

 

just-do-something-kevin-deyoungJust Do Something by Kevin De Young (imported title)

Pastor and author Kevin DeYoung counsels Christians to settle down, make choices, and do the hard work of seeing those choices through. Too often, he writes, God’s people tinker around with churches, jobs, and relationships, worrying that they haven’t found God’s perfect will for their lives. Or-even worse-they do absolutely nothing, stuck in a frustrated state of paralyzed indecision, waiting…waiting…waiting for clear, direct, unmistakable direction.

 

Love Beyond ReasonLove Beyond Reason by John Ortberg (imported title)

In Love Beyond Reason, John Ortberg reveals the God you’ve longed to encounter: a Father head-over-heels in love with you, his child, and intensely committed to your highest joy. Ortberg takes you to the very core of God’s being to discover a burning, passionate love that gives, and gives, and gives. He explores the life-changing ways this love has expressed itself through Jesus. And he shows how you, like Jesus, can love your mate, your family, your friends, and the world around you with the same practical, transforming love.

 

PrintBack on Track by Ru dela Torre

After getting on the road with God, what does a young person do when the excitement fizzles and he returns to his rebellious ways? This sequel of the bestselling Road Trip focuses on how grace and repentance can help the lost again find his way back to God.

Also available in ebook format

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Hula.Multo_500pxHula, Multo, Faith Healing ATBP by Hiram Pangilinan

Sa expose na ito ng mga common practices ng mga Pilipino, ipinapakita ni Hiram Pangilinan na may mga bagay at gawaing bahagi na ng buhay natin na occultic na pala. Ang gustong ipaalam ng librong ito ay mas malakas at makapangyarihan si Jesus laban sa mga evil spirits na ito. Sa pamamagitan ni Jesus, maari tayong lumaya mula sa kapangyarihan ng occult at evil spirits.

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Wild At HeartWild at Heart by John Eldredge (imported title)

God designed men to be dangerous, says John Eldredge. Simply look at the dreams and desires written in the heart of every boy: To be a hero, to be a warrior, to live a life of adventure and risk. Sadly, most men abandon those dreams and desires-aided by a Christianity that feels like nothing more than pressure to be a “nice guy.” It is no wonder that many men avoid church, and those who go are often passive and bored to death. In this provocative book, Eldredge gives women a look inside the true heart of a man and gives men permission to be what God designed them to be-dangerous, passionate, alive, and free.

“Literature to inspire” is the call that challenges OMF Literature to publish books that impact lives. With this year’s award-winning titles, OMF Literature hopes to continue publishing excellent sources of inspiration, instruction and insight.

Out of 117 entries, The Great Duck and Crocodile Race, written and illustrated by Robert Magnuson, was one of the 6 titles given the distinction of being a Best Read of 2012 by the National Book Development Board (NBDB) and Philippine Board on Books for Young People (PBBY) at the 2nd National Children’s Book Awards last July.

Noted children’s literature advocate and NCBA judge, Robert Alejandro, was cited as saying “I loved the book. Apparently I wasn’t the only judge who loved the book. Everyone did. It was a clear unanimous decision…The story is delightful and the illustrations are wonderful. It is everything that will make a child want to fall in love with reading.”

Two books from OMF Literature also won in the 2012 Gintong Aklat Awards Inspirational category, given out by the Book Development Association of the Philippines (BDAP) at last month’s Manila International Book Fair.

The Honeymoon Never Ends by Nelson T. Dy offers couples Biblical principles and practical tips in order to cultivate a deeper relationship with each other. Aside from the author’s insights on reigniting the intimacy and passion of a lifelong honeymoon, the book also features inspiring stories of seasoned couples such as Joey and Marie Bonifacio (Victory Christian Fellowship), Nomer and Sylvia Bernardino, and Bo Sanchez (Kerygma).

Grace Found Me: 365 Thoughts For Busy Women was written by award-winning author Grace D. Chong. It’s a book full of inspiring thoughts for women who are forever drowning in tasks and responsibilities. The book reminds readers that God is the only one who can give rest to the weary mind, heart and soul. Grace Chong also recently won a Don Carlos Palanca Memorial Award for Literature in the Short Story for Children category for her story “White Shoes.”

These three award-winning titles are available at all OMF Lit Bookshops, PCBS and National Bookstores nationwide.

To buy the digital versions of Grace Found Me and The Honeymoon Never Ends, click on the book covers below

Patrick and Pamela Hobbs worked with OMF International in the Philippines for some 17 years. In Manile, Patrick launched a holistic community development project among the poor, with a special concern for at risk youth. That project grew into a a house church multiplication movement whose members reach out to others in the city and now more widely to other needy parts of Asia.

Dawn Reapers is the 2nd book he has written about people and stories he has come across in Bukang Liwayway. Here, in his own words, is what the book is all about:

My first book, Dawn Harvest, is a collection of short stories of hope rising from the lives of many at-risk Filipino youth as they become involved in Dawn for the Poor (Bukang Liwayway) and experienced a new identity through a relationship with Christ.

This second book, Dawn Reapers, spans a period of more than sixteen years showing how God is moving among the disadvantaged and how a powerful movement of His Spirit has drawn many of them into becoming involved themselves in reaching out to others who are suffering.

Much of what I describe in these pages has occurred in the lives of real people. However, to simplify the story-telling, and to retain confidentiality, names and characters have been altered; some characters are even composite drawings on the lives of two or three people. They are not intended to be identified as current members of Dawn for the Poor or its emerging mission ministry Dawn of Asia.

It has been a privilege to witness God at work in the lives that I have described here. My hope is that through these short stories readers will join in the wonder of seeing how God can bring such transformation into the lives of marginalised people.

Surely we cannot fail to be inspired by the way in which the Lord has enabled these “Dawn Reapers” to become potential agents of change in even harder places of Asia. May our eyes be opened to see just how great this God of Mission is who is challenging us to take part in such a movement of His Spirit in the Great Commission.

Dawn Reapers is available at all OMF Lit Bookshops nationwide for only P250. It is also available in digital format for Amazon Kindle devices and apps

The past few weeks have been extra difficult for Filipinos, with everything that’s happening around us. Last week, we asked some of our Facebook and Twitter followers what are the books that they turn to when they’re in need of  comfort. Here are some of their answers and also some of our recommended books. (thanks to all of those who suggested these books)

 

But before we start, we just have to state the obvious that of course the Bible should be the first and foremost “book” to read during those times when we are most in need of God’s comfort. The books below are just supplemental reading; words from authors who have also experienced what it is like to be sad, in pain, and in need.

And of course, share with us your own comfort books too!

God is There in the Tough Times by Ed Hindson

For those who are struggling with rejection, guilt, fear, depression, temptation, disappointment, personal crises, this is a book that will point you to Bible verses and life lessons that can help you get through these tough times.

 

 

 

Where Is God When It Hurts by Philip Yancey

This award-winning bestseller addresses our heartfelt cry in the midst of pain—physical, emotional, and spiritual and gives a fresh insight into how God helps us cope with this pain.

 

 

 

 

The Call to Joy and Pain by Ajith Fernando

For the Christian, joy and pain are both integral parts of a life of service to God. But though this is true, it isn’t easy to accept. This book explores the connection between rejoicing and suffering, and shows how our distress draws us nearer to God and makes us more effective in ministry.

 

 

Keep a Quiet Heart by Elisabeth Elliot

Our frenetic lifestyle has oftentimes kept us from experiencing a deep and meaningful time with God. In this collection of articles from her various newsletters, beloved author Elisabeth Elliot points the way  to a deep experience with God, away from the unsettling distractions of day-to-day living.

 

 

Finding Refuge and Strength by Harold J. Sala

When life’s storms come, find refuge in a stronghold that won’t break down. Bestselling author Harold J. Sala’s  devotional leads you to find security in God’s promises. Be encouraged each day with Scripture passages, inspiring stories, and sound guidelines for living.

Also translated inFilipino as Kanlungan Mo Sa Tag-Unos

 

 

The Heart of Healing by Ardy Roberto

Well-known entrepreneur and speaker Ardy Roberto shares his and wife Tingting’s journey to healing after a dreaded illness tests their faith. Deeply personal and insightful,the book shares the power of giving HELP to sick loved ones: Hope, Encouragement, Love, and Prayer.

 

 

 

It’s OK To Be Not OK by Rico Villanueva

In this candid and provocative book, Rev. Rico G. Villanueva brings us back to the biblical practice of lament found in the lament psalms and writings of the prophets. He also addresses the “praise-only” and “always-victorious” attitude of many churches that alienate the hurting, the troubled and the struggling. He shows how lament is part of the Christian life; giving hope, release and deeper intimacy with God.

 

What Good is God? By Philip Yancey

The best-selling author’s search for the answer to this question took him to some amazing settings around the world:  at the motel where Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated; on the Virginia Tech campus soon after the massacre;and even to a conference for women in prostitution. Here is a story of grace for armchair travelers, spiritual seekers, and those in desperate need of assurance that their faith really matters.

 

All of these books are available at all OMF Lit Bookshops, National Bookstore and Philippine Christian Bookstores nationwide

It was our national hero, Dr. Jose Rizal himself who said that “the youth is the hope of our future”. And we need to feed the minds of our young people with books that will bring them inspiration, instruction and insight.

So whether you’re a parent with teenagers, a youth pastor, a church youth leader, or an actual teenager, here are some OMF Lit books that can help shape the future of our churches and our nation.

Do Hard Things by Alex and Brett Harris

Society already expects not so good things from young people as soon as they step into the “terrible teens” phase. But Alex and Brett, twin brothers of best-selling author Joshua Harris, actually challenge teenagers to start a “Rebelution” and defy these expectations by choosing to do hard things for the glory of God. This book is full of humorous personal anecdotes, practical examples and stories of real-life rebelutionaries in action.

Other books by Alex and Brett Harris

Start Here

Refuel by Ru Dela Torre

In Ru dela Torre’s 3rd book with OMF Literature, he shares a mix of personal reflections and devotional entries or “reflectio-devos” to energize you while you’re spending quiet times with God. Spend time in prayer and personally worship God Read the Bible and meditate on what it says. Cap it off by reflecting on the week’s entry from this book

Other books by Ru dela Torre:

Road Trip

Back on Track

It’s Not About Me Teen Edition by Max Lucado

The best-selling book by popular author Max Lucado is re-written specifically for teenagers. Through amazing real life stories of young people who re-directed their lives from me-centered to Jesus-centered, the youth will discover God’s plan for their lives.

Other books by Max Lucado:

It’s Not About Me

On the Anvil

Grace for the Moment Vol 1 and 2

Pass or Fail by Ronald Molmisa

Lagi ka bang may kaba tuwing mag-eexam, magpapasa ng requirements o kapag may graded recitation? Ano ba ang kelangan gawin para hindi naman laging 50/50 ang buhay mo sa school? The book includes chapters on Reading, Memorizing and Note-Taking, To Cheat or Not to Cheat, Time Out! Stressed Ako, Terror Ba Teacher Mo, and lots of other useful tidbits, written in a language that young people can relate to.

Other books by Ronald Molmisa:

Lovestruck

I Kissed Dating Goodbye by Joshua Harris

This groundbreaking book has been on the best-seller for years and is always included in the list of highly-recommended books for young people. Joshua Harris challenges both boys and girls to rethink the way they approach dating and relationships and reorder their love lives in light of God’s Word.

Other books by Joshua Harris

Boy Meets Girl

Not Even A Hint

Dug Down Deep

Add Mo Ko As Friend by Marlene Legaspi-Munar

In this simple and practical book, learn how to make the most out of this social networking phenomenon and what you should and shouldn’t do when it comes to creating and maintaining online and offline friends.

Features:
Added New Friends Lately?
Offline friendship
Exploring the FB (Friendship Busters)
Make Room in Your Heart for Unlikely Friends
Meet the Perfect Friend

Saving My First Kiss by Lisa Velthouse

Waiting for the one can be fun, fabulous, and fulfilling!  Find out why this single lady author is unpuckering her lips and collecting party supplies inside her closet, waiting for the day she can present her lips to Mr. Right. Discover why she chose to date sparingly and purposely holding back the gift of her first kiss.

 

 

 

 

What Matters Most for Teens

What Matters Most is an exquisitely designed devotional set that addresses crucial life issues and reveals what is important in life. The teen edition tackles fifty of the crucial life issues that young people deal with including coping with anxiety, dating, accepting yourself, nurturing friendships, dealing with hurts.

A few days ago, we asked for your favorite quotes from your recent OMF Lit book reads. Here are some of our favorites from your submissions. May they also bring Inspiration, Instruction and Insight to you 🙂

“Sinful people create sinful structures, which may then take on a life of their own. Human rebellion has spread across the planet so that every human institution- government, family, church- has been soiled. In some ways a structure or group of people is more inclined to evil than an individual and less inclined to love.

~Philip Yancey, Rumors of Another World

“The secret of loving is to be a loving person and being a loving person comes from being loved by Christ.”

– Nelson T. Dy, How to Mend a Broken Heart

“The people of God are not merely to mark time, waiting for God to step in and set right all that is wrong. Rather, they are to model the new heaven and new earth, and by so doing awaken longings for what God will someday bring to pass.”

~Philip Yancey, Disappointment with God

“Love is not an attainment or an acquisition. It moves outward. It shares. It takes thought for the interest of others. It builds up the faith of others than the ego of a lover.”

– John Piper, Think

“The message of Christian orthodoxy isn’t that I’m right and someone else is wrong. It’s that I am wrong and yet God is filled with grace.”

– Joshua Harris, Dug Down Deep

“Look at your sufferings in the light of eternity. Even the most intense loneliness is temporary. Suffering is redemptive. It is one of God’s means to perfect your character.”

~William B. Girao, I Don’t Want to Feel This Way

“Whatever you do from this point forward is Worship. It is your answer to His, “Am I not worth of your love?” question. Worship is a response to your experience of God’s love. Whether you give your best or worst, is your response to that most important question.”

– Ru dela Torre, Road Trip

“Every relationship for a Christian is an opportunity to love another person like God has loved us. To lay down our desires and do what’s in his or her best interest. To care for him or her even when there’s nothing in it for us. To want that person’s purity and holiness because it pleases God and protects him or her.”

-Joshua Harris, I Kissed Dating Goodbye

‎”But even when you hurt the most, GOd has not abandoned you.He still loves you and He still cares about you.”

– Ed Hindson, God Is There in The Tough Times

‎”If you want your lovelife to be truly good and worry-free, you must find yourself LOVESTRUCK with the Lord. Siya dapat ang FIRST and ENDLESS LOVE mo.”

– Ronald Molmisa, Lovestruck

‎”The greater and higher the calling, the more intense the adversity.”

– Os Hillman, Upside of Adversity

‎”The chief cause of failure and unhappiness is trading what you want most for what you want now.”

– Zig Ziglar, The One Year Daily Insights 

 

 

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It’s time for you to add more Christian fiction to your book collection (or try it out for the first time!)

From May 16-31 (Metro Manila branches) and May 18-31 (Visayas and Mindanao branches), get 3 fiction titles for the cost of 2! (books need to have the same prices)

Plus, you can also get some fiction titles below P100 in the Metro Manila Bookshops

Just some of our recommended fiction books that you can add to your collection:

The Tomo Series

The Tomo saga tells the story of thirteen-year-old Hana as she comes to California to live with Grandpa Jou and his shape-shifting companion, Tomo. But she’s no ordinary teen—she battles evil creatures from another dimension! As Hana uncovers secrets about her past and her identity, she also learns about loyalty, friendship, and courage.

Tomo vol. 1: I was an eighth-grade ninja
Tomo vol. 2: My double-edged life
Tomo vol. 3: Child of destiny
Tomo vol. 4: The Argon deception
Tomo vol. 5: Secret alliance
Tomo vol  6: Truth Revealed
Tomo vol  7: Betrayal of Trust

Tomo Vol 8: The Battle for Argon Falls

Manga Series

The 5 books in the series are Biblically-accurate retelling of beloved Bible stories in a cutting-edge Japanese Manga style, from Genesis to the story of Moses and David to the coming of the Messiah and even up to the end times

The Doppleganger Chronicles

Famed explorer and former thief Eric Morrisey Ganger and his mischievous sidekicks, twins Sadie and Saskia Dopple discover a whole new world beyond Isambard Dunstan’s School for Wayward Children and take the readers on an adventure through the new genre “illustra-novella” – a combination of art and traditional text

The Doppleganger Chronicles Vol 1: The First Escape

The Dopple Ganger Chronicles Vol 2: The Secret of the Indigo Moon

(Volume 3 coming this September)

The Tehran Initiative by Joel Rosenberg (P475)

The countdown to disaster begins after Iran conducts its first atomic weapons test! Israel fears the Twelfth Imam—the supposed Muslim messiah—will order a nuclear attack. And Washington is worried that Jerusalem could launch a pre-emptive strike against Iran. Can CIA operative David Shirazi sabotage Iran’s nuclear warheads before the Middle East erupts in flames?

Karen Kingsbury’s Redemption Series (P475 each)

Karen Kingsbury brings you the bestselling Redemption Series, five books that follow a family with trials and triumphs like your own. The Redemption Series illustrates the relational teachings of Gary Smalley in a way that is changing lives across the world.

Books in this series

Redemption

Remember

Return

Rejoice

Reunion

Left Behind Series
This is a series of 16 best-selling novels by Tim LaHaye and Jerry Jenkins dealing with the End Times and based on the book of Revelation.

Click for details

 

Plus, we have many more fiction titles available at our bookshops! So hope you can drop by soon (before May 31 to avail of the sale)