BOOKS

NEW IN NONFICTION

That junk drawer? Everyone has one, right? We sometimes hang on to spiritual junk too. Rhonda, daughter Kaley and friend Monica Schmelter are using funny lessons from the junk drawer to help us get from Messy to Meaningful.

WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING ABOUT
MESSY TO MEANINGFUL

“If you want to get rid of the clutter in your life and learn how to keep what’s good and let go of what weighs you down, read this book.  In Messy to Meaningful, the authors will have you laughing out loud as you discover how to make positive changes, apply biblical truth, release the unnecessary, and get personally and spiritually organized.  You can read this book on your own, but I highly recommend going through it with a group of friends as you learn to live in a new kind of freedom.”

Carol Kent

Speaker & Author

I’ve looked into the junk drawer in my kitchen countless times. I never discovered God-moments there, but my friends, Rhonda Rhea, Kaley Rhea, and Monica Schmelter have done exactly that in their book, Messy to Meaningful: Lessons from the Junk Drawer. With great insight flavored by their delightful personalities, they discuss the junk in our lives that deters us from serving God, what we can do about it, and the precious spiritual lessons we can discover in those moments. I love this book!

Michelle Cox

Author of When God Calls the Heart: Devotions from Hope

Messy to Meaningful will lead you to sort through your life to discover not only the gold nuggets you’ve been looking for, but an occasional chocolate bar.

Linda Evans Shepherd

Winning Your Daily Spiritual Battles


Fix-Her-Upper: Hope and Laughter through a God-Renovated Life, is co-authored by Rhonda and her good friend, Beth Duewel.

WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING ABOUT
FIX-HER-UPPER

Let’s face it: we’re all admittedly WIPs (Works in Progress) so it’s good to know that God is with us WIP (While in Process). Wouldn’t we all love that moment of a big reveal of the finally-finished-every-detail-in-place-better-more-amazing YOU? And then get to kick back and enjoy our perfect life? As if. Instead, kick back in your real life mess and enjoy this fun reminder that The Master Builder is constantly remaking us.  

Anita Renfroe

Comedian & Author

Right now I’m in the middle of my own home renovation project and I can tell you, it feels like it would be so much easier to do a complete tear down than to try to salvage anything from this falling down, what I’ll generously call, home. And I’ve been there in my own life—wondering if there is anything even worth hanging on to. What you need in the middle of any restoration is an eye for what to keep, and what to get rid of. In their book, Fix-Her-Upper—Hope and Laughter Through a God-Renovated Life, Beth and Rhonda guide you through your own DIY project with the tools you need: Hope with a giant bucket of grace. It’s messy, but the results are worth it.  

Kathi Lipp

Best-selling author of The Husband Project and Clutter Free


NEW IN FICTION

Everyone is excited about the Christian romantic comedy, Turtles in the Road, the hilarious new fiction project co-authored by mother/daughter team, Rhonda and Kaley Rhea.

You can find out more about the mom/daughter duo in the interview in Leading Hearts magazine’s March/April 2017 issue. In addition to the interview, they made the cover!


WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING ABOUT
TURTLES IN THE ROAD

“Applause, applause for Rhonda Rhea and her daughter, Kaley Rhea! Turtles in the Road is heart-warming, inspirational and entertaining.”  

Babbie Mason

Award-winning singer, songwriter and author

“Rhonda Rhea and daughter Kaley deliver up a fun read that tickles your funny bone and pulls at your heartstrings. With witty wisdom, the Rhea girls weave a tale that reminds readers of a powerful truth: when life doesn’t turn out like you thought it would, God still has a plan.”  

Sharon Jaynes

Best-selling author of 21 books
Including Take Hold of the Faith You Long For
The Power of a Woman’s Words

“With so much humor, Turtles in the Road unfolds how the best plan, God’s plan, might not always be the expected plan. If you have ever stood at a fork in the road and wondered, “Which way do I go?” you will enjoy this fun read. This book is for you!  

Pam Farrel

Author of 45 books
Including 7 SIMPLE SKILLS for EVERY WOMAN
MEN ARE LIKE WAFFLES WOMEN ARE LIKE SPAGHETTI


 

 

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