Updated as of February 14, 2019: As you look on our “Books” page and on this page, you will notice that we have ceased from writing several books that were in plan to write. God has moved in a different direction as it relates to our ministry, and has redeemed EVERY book listed in a different way. We are moving forward with new projects and new ideas for the ministry as of today. Continue to look out for us on the blog and on social media, etc. as time progresses. Thank you for supporting us!

Poetic Justice: NEW Book Coming Soon!

Books Authored by Porsche R. Armstrong

Published Books for 2015:

Happily Ever After: Biblical Womanhood, The Pursuit of Christ…and Marriage


Life After Death: The Resurrection Power of Jesus Applied to Everyday Life – Devotional

Writing Projects To Be Published for 2017 and 2018:

Christ Is Infinitely Better: Finding Ultimate Joy and Complete Satisfaction in The One True King

Single and In Christ: Why It Is Infinitely Better to Wait For God’s Timing For Marriage

Woman of God: Are You Married (Betrothed) To Christ? Redefining Relationship Goals (Prequel to Happily Ever After)

Poetic Justice: A Story of Love, Mercy, Justice, Truth, and Eternal Triumph (Added on February 14, 2019 and first mentioned in June of 2017)

Writing Projects To Be Published for 2019:

Irreconcilable Differences: The Dangers of Being Unequally Yoked

The Feminist Theory: Egalitarianism and Its Threat to Biblical Complementarianism and Divine Personhood

The Ultimate Love and Marriage

Coming to the understanding of the sacrifice of Jesus Christ, the Cross, and accepting Him as our Lord and Savior and becoming one with Him in covenant is a life-changing experience for any new believer. We are one with Christ. We are joined together again and reconciled to God through His Son. We have embarked on a spiritual marriage that has a profound impact on every other relationship we will have on earth. In the book Life After Death, we take a closer look at how Christ’s death, burial, and resurrection impacts both our life and our love.

Short excerpt from the book Life After Death: The Resurrection Power of Jesus Applied To Everyday Life (Copyrighted material):

The power of three days. Tears begin to flow as I marvel over the goodness of God and my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. I am in complete awe of my Savior and what He did on the cross for humanity over 2,000 years ago. The death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus Christ was a miracle in every sense of the word. He died on the Cross on a Friday. He died for the sins of all of humanity on that precious day – the day that we now know and recognize as Good Friday. And I am sure there were people who wondered whether it would be possible for Jesus to rise again and live after such a brutal death. I am sure there were people who wondered whether He really was the Son of God, and if He would be seated at the right hand of the throne of God after suffering such pain and turmoil here on earth.   I am sure onlookers wondered whether there would still be a source of their faith. But there were people who believed without a shadow of a doubt in what they had seen, experienced, encountered, and witnessed. They were devout followers and believers of Jesus Christ, the Messiah. They did not want to get stuck in a Friday – only to miss the miracle on Sunday. They wanted to witness a miracle, even if others believed that a miracle of this magnitude was impossible. I am one of those people. You are one of those people.

Surely he hath borne our griefs, and carried our sorrows: yet we did esteem Him stricken, smitten of God, and afflicted. He was wounded for our transgressions, he was bruised for our iniquities: the chastisement of our peace was upon Him; and with His stripes we are healed. Isaiah 53:4-5

This scripture is just a tiny reflection of the sufferings that Christ endured for us. He was despised and rejected by many. He was mocked, tortured, and persecuted by the very people that He would eventually lay His life down for. The brutal beatings, the lashings, and His eventual death on the Cross was suffering that He endured before He was left for dead in the tomb they had made for Him. He endured torture from the sharp thorns that pierced through the flesh of his head. He endured suffering from the nails that severely wounded His body and dug deep into His hands and feet. He endured excruciating pain from the unforgiving strength of the spear that panted across his back, resulting in deep cuts and marks that covered his entire flesh. He endured hours upon hours of pain and turmoil. Then He died. But when He rose, it would symbolize hope for us all. It would mean that we would all live. It would be nothing short of a miracle. And Jesus is the epitome of a miracle. So his followers waited for three days with hope. And on the third day, He rose. He got up. The tomb where He was buried was now empty. There was no trace of a bruised, chastised, and afflicted man; just proof of a risen Savior. He had taken our place. He had laid down His life in perfect love so that we might live. The greatest love story of ALL time.”

(This is the end of the excerpt from the book Life After Death. Table of contents and additional book details can be found here on Amazon! You can also purchase the book in e-book format or print on Amazon.)

We encourage you to purchase the book Life After Death for yourself or for a friend to really gain an understanding or receive a lovely refresher of who Jesus Christ is, what the Cross and the Gospel means for us, and how He has so perfectly shaped our worldview. It also a perfect resource for evangelism and spreading the Good News to the world!

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