CrossReads Book Blast: 3 Books on Sale $0.99 by Ben Kniskern

CrossReads Book Blast: 3 Books on Sale $0.99 by Ben Kniskern

 1st Book:

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The Vineyard Fray

By Ben Kniskern

About the Book:

What happens to a nation that rebels against its Creator? In the middle eastern land known as the Vineyard, time seems to pass unaffected by the people’s growing rebellion. Their bountiful, prosperous life suddenly changes when the Owner of the Vineyard decides He’s had enough.

In the midst of chaos and war, several individuals who are loyal to the Owner must band together to save their kingdom. Follow this unlikely group of heroes as they encounter mysterious messengers, battle against ruthless enemies and endeavor to turn the hearts of the people back to the One who created them.

“Great book. Struggles of real life, history and faith—what more could you want?”

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2nd Book: 

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Which God Should I Choose?

By Ben Kniskern

About the Book:

The question isn’t “Is there a God” so much as “Which God should I choose?” With so many choices available, how can we ever be sure we are choosing the right one?

This book takes a closer look at some of the more prevalent and popular gods of today to see how they stack up against the qualities a real God should possess. The author’s goal is to help you or someone you are concerned about make an educated decision when faced with the question, “Which God should I choose?”

“Ben’s book presented so many different beliefs in an informative and simple way so that whoever picked up the book could understand.”

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3rd Book:

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Should I Get My Baby Baptized?

By Ben Kniskern

About the Book:

Having a child makes you a parent, and parents-in God’s eyes-are responsible for training their child in the teachings of the Lord. This book first helps you understand God’s teaching on the subject of baptism, and then moves on from there to share proven Christian child raising techniques that will help you raise a child that will bring you joy as a parent.

“Read as a book of ideas for a great parent-child relationship and child raising, this book is a good read for any parent.”

All three of Ben Kniskern’s books are designed to heighten the reader’s spiritual awareness and strengthen their walk with the God who created them.

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benkBen Kniskern was born on November 25, 1954 in Albany, New York. He was raised nearby in Delmar, where he graduated from Bethlehem Central High School in 1972. Over the past eighteen years, Ben has ministered in the lives of many individuals ranging from children to adults. He has spent time as a Christian school teacher, Word of Life Clubs teen leader, church guest speaker, teen and adult Sunday school teacher, T&T Leader in AWANA Clubs, and, since 2001, he has been a summer volunteer at the Word of Life Family Campground in Pottersville, New York. Ben is currently working on his fourth book, “The Owner’s Son,” which is the second book in The Vineyard Fray trilogy and due to be released in 2014.

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Comments

  1. my biggest influence to buy a book is the subject matter.

  2. My biggest influence when buying a book is the front cover, description and author. The cover draws me in to read the description. And if it’s an author I love I buy it without question.

    Thank you for the giveaway!

  3. The biggest factor(s) I consider when deciding to buy a book are probably, in order of first to last, 1. Description; 2. Reviews; 3. Cover; 4. Friend’s recommendation; 5. Price. I know you aren’t supposed to judge a book by its cover, but if the cover doesn’t grab my eye, I am likely to skip over that book without further review, so I suppose Cover could be #1, but I don’t want to appear TOO shallow!

  4. The book jacket description and if I have time to read them, the online reviews.

  5. Brittany Koelmel :

    For me, it is mostly price. Im a poor college student so money is a serious factor to me.

  6. Mary Preston :

    It would have to be recommendations by family & friends.

  7. I’d like to say the description, but, to be honest, it’s more like what’s in my wallet. So, I guess it’s the price.

  8. Cindi Altman :

    The biggest influence to my purchasing a books is price even though a friend’s recommendation is what likely brought the book to my attention. I’m on a very limited income therefore price is always the deciding factor.

  9. The biggest influence is genre and description.

  10. Carolyn Valdez :

    My biggest influence is the description.

  11. Most important to me is the description. Then would be price.

  12. The description is what I care about the most. If it interests me, I’ll read it. If it doesn’t, I don’t care how great the reviews are, I am not interested.

  13. Amanda Sakovitz :

    the biggest influence for me and genre and the description.

  14. Thomas Murphy :

    I like to go by Reviews

  15. The biggest influence is price.

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