Lise Baxter's 8th Devotional book is now available in print and Ebook format!
St Andrew's Christian Church in Rockland has published the book as a gift to Lise and Neil. Generous donations from many people has made this possible. Lise has never taken any money for her books, instead donating them to the missions of the churches she has been involved in. Looking to get a copy? Read On!
Instructions below should help you get the e-book onto your e-reader
Transferring Kindle content
A. Once the .mobi file is downloaded to your computer, you can e-mail it to your @kindle.com email address that is included with your kindle account,
Adding Books to Google Play
- Download Epub Version to your computer
- Open Google Play Books in your browser
- Choose the Import button at the upper right of the screen.
- Browse to the Epub file you downloaded.
Adding books to your Android Device
- Navigate to this article on your phone/tablet's browser
- Click to download the ebook Version you need (usually epub)
If your device gives you the choice of using your ereader to download the link, use it
(Overdrive, UB Reader);
Otherwise let the browser download it.
- Your drop-down notification screen will show the download; click on the downloaded file.
- For Overdrive Media Console, you can now choose that app to open it
- For the Kobo reader app, choose "import items" from the menu. kobo will find the file and import it.
Adding books or PDFs to your Kobo eReader using your PC
You can connect your Kobo eReader to your Windows computer and then drag and drop books into your eReader Library. Before you begin, add the books to your computer.
- Connect your eReader to your computer using a micro USB cable.
- Tap Connect on your eReader.
- When Windows prompts you, click Open folder to view files. A desktop explorer window will open, showing the contents of your eReader.
- Open a second desktop explorer window, and display the books you want to add to your eReader.
- Drag and drop your books into the eReader.
- Eject your eReader when you're finished.