Take a step back to a slower paced life the 1930s and 40s, and discover the joy of old-fashioned romance as penned by one of America’s most beloved authors.Lightly updated for today’s reader, this collection of three romances – including The Big Blue Soldier, Found Treasure, and The Patch of Blue – is the perfect pathway to discovering a timeless author.
Tuna and Herby, who travel back in time to study TJ Finkelstein for their history project. TJ will someday become a great leader who demonstrates honesty, integrity, thoughtfulness, self-sacrifice, respect for others – all traits she hones and grasps through her adventures in this series. Unfortunately, Tuna and Herby get stuck in TJ’s time (modern day)…
(TJ and the Time Stumblers)
“Dear Mr. Chupp” – with those three words, a pen-pal relationship is ignited and two lives are changed forever. Jalon Chupp has a past he isn’t proud to claim. He’s worked hard to overcome his youthful mistakes, and he has recommitted himself to his Amish faith. When he receives a sweet note included in a piece of misdirected mail, he can’t help but write back.
(An Amish Letters)
In the small town of Dogwood, West Virginia, Karin has buried her shattered dreams by settling for a faithful husband whose emotional distance from her deep passions and conflicts leaves her isolated. Loaded with guilt, she tries to raise three small children and “do life” the best she can. Will returns to Dogwood intent on pursuing the only woman he has ever loved – only to find there is far more standing in his way than lost years in prison.
Now available! Four of John MacArthur’s spiritual classics on one edition. Grow in your journey of faith with practical, Biblical insights from pastor and teacher John MacArthur. This collection contains:
Alone with God, Standing Strong,
Anxious for Nothing, The Silent Shepherd
What makes love last a lifetime? No one marries intending to fail. Each couple that says “I do” hopes for a long and beautiful life together. But as time passes, many drift apart, and some eventually call it quits. But what about the ones who stay the course, who don’t just bear through marriage but actually love it? What’s their secret?