My Books……

logoYes! Books!! Glorious books…..don’t you just love the feel and smell of a new book?

I’m Marie, and this is some of the stuff I’ve written.

I started this blog after my second book, “Plugged In: Proclaiming Christ in the Internet Age” was published by Reigning Grace Counseling Center in the summer of 2015. My previous blog started as a platform to promote my first book, “Redeemed from the Pit: Biblical Repentance and Restoration from the Bondage of Eating Disorders” (Calvary Press, 2011).

Many of the topics I write about are discipleship and Christian living issues (but not all). I also write about immigration issues and the Church in the Balkans. For several years, I lived in Bulgaria and have been blessed to visit Albania three times. Perhaps someday I will write another book about that (but in the meantime, see my Albanian language articles here).

Please buy (and read) both of my books! They would make a great Christmas present for a friend. And while you are here, please check out the other many articles I’ve published in various places over the years; and new postings as I add them.

You can purchase either of my books here through my Author page on Amazon.com, either as paperbacks or on Kindle.

Thanks for visiting! Please leave me a comment. 🙂

Have you fallen into the pit? Up to 3 percent of all adolescents in the United States have symptoms of bulimia. Five to 15 percent of all adult women show the same signs. Are you one (or do you know someone) of the literally thousands who suffer from an eating disorder, most likely bulimia? Here is hope! Drawing from her own experiences with the disorder, author Marie Notcheva shows you how to overcome this life-destroying habit. No, not by some contrived self-help system, but by the power of the Lord Jesus Christ! Notcheva believes that the person suffering from an eating disorder has made a series of incorrect choices. However, those suffering from bulimia can start making correct choices by believing that the Bible is the Word of God, and that by trusting in the sacrifice of Christ for sinners, they can have new life, and that they can have victory over bulimia.
Have you fallen into the pit? Up to 3 percent of all adolescents in the United States have symptoms of bulimia. Five to 15 percent of all adult women show the same signs. Are you one (or do you know someone) of the literally thousands who suffer from an eating disorder, most likely bulimia? Here is hope! Drawing from her own experiences with the disorder, author Marie Notcheva shows you how to overcome this life-destroying habit. No, not by some contrived self-help system, but by the power of the Lord Jesus Christ! Notcheva believes that the person suffering from an eating disorder has made a series of incorrect choices. However, those suffering from bulimia can start making correct choices by believing that the Bible is the Word of God, and that by trusting in the sacrifice of Christ for sinners, they can have new life, and that they can have victory over bulimia.
In the age of technology, more evangelistic encounters and spiritual conversations take place online than in person. How do we preach the Gospel and encourage new believers in
In the age of technology, more evangelistic encounters and spiritual conversations take place online than in person. How do we preach the Gospel and encourage new believers in “cyber-space”? Is “virtual counseling” a good idea? Can someone be effectively discipled through the Internet? How do more seasoned believers interact in a world of social media? What is the role of the local church for “online seekers”? In “Plugged In”, Marie Notcheva answers these questions, and demonstrates how to use technology wisely to the glory of God and edification of the saints.
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