Janet Whitmore has suffered a great loss, and fearing for her future, she leaves all that is familiar, venturing into a snow storm. Dr. Howard Sterling is on his way home when he comes upon a woman in a snow drift and takes her to a hospital. Meanwhile Martha Spicer, elderly spinster, has taken up residence in the house left to her by her uncle and aunt.
What are your top twenty expectations for your pastor? Now multiply your list by the number of people who attend church with you. Is it any wonder pastors are overwhelmed and underappreciated? They’re expected to know every member by name, preach a “home run sermon” every Sunday, condemn sin without hurting anyone’s feelings, and be available to serve others 24/7 while not neglecting their own family….
Amid the beauty of Charleston, not all is as it seems. When her husband Liam is killed by a car bomb while their Celtic band is on tour in Charleston, singer and Irish beauty Alanna doesn’t quite know where to turn. Her father-in-law is threatening to take custody of the baby she carries, but Alanna knows she can’t lose the only piece of Liam she has left.
by Allison Pittman
Germany, 1505. In the dark of night, Katharina von Bora says the bravest good-bye a six-year-old can muster and walks away as the heavy convent gate closes behind her. Though the cold walls offer no comfort, Katharina soon finds herself calling the convent her home. God, her father. This, her life.
With a romance that began in junior high, the couple got off to a rocky start but soon settled into married life and had two baby girls. Alan became a pastor in the church where his family had been members for years. Then, when Lisa had an affair, the heartache and the tension was very public.
Applying the Gospel at the Unique Challenges of Death. This helpful book walks a pastor through the logistics of memorial services, burials, and working with funeral homes – using the four P’s: Plan, Prepare, Preach, and Perform. It shows how to magnify Christ and the gospel in the midst of all the details, demands, and sorrow that surrounds the death of a loved one.
(Practical Shepherding Series)
Can Tom and Rose navigate their friendship to find a new brand of happily ever after? The only thing Tom Lovell knows is ranching, having been raised by a single dad on a Montana cattle ranch before moving to Three Rivers Ranch. He’s watched other men on the ranch get hitched one by one, but he’s not sure he’s the marrying type.
Madness is living inside of me. And the only way to vanquish it is by finding those responsible for Maman’s death and dropping them to their knees. The executioner? Guilty.
Quite by accident, Gabriel, the young executioner responsible for Tempeste’s mother’s botched hanging, falls for Tempeste. So, instead of strolling arm-in-arm with a respectable mademoiselle through the gardens of the Palais de l’Égalité, Gabriel finds himself traipsing after an axe-carrying siren through the catacombs and facing off a hostile sans culottes army…
Sophie’s parents and her brother are on their way home from Bobby’s baseball tournament. Sophie hears on the radio that the alligator is now at the Train Depot. As she falls asleep, she realizes her family is on a train heading home. Oh no! With newfound courage, Sophie must figure out a way to get to the depot and stop the alligator from eating her family.
(Alligator Loose in the City)
Hope is like the stars – always there, yet shining brightest in the blackest of nights. It is like the dawn, always rising anew. Hope is for everyone, and that includes you.
Three young friends enter the most important season of their lives. But relationships have changed, and only time will tell if Lindsay, Katie, and Lizzie Anne have made the right choices. Three young women are about to change their lives: Lizzie Anne and Samuel have decided to get married, and Lindsay is about to be baptized into the Amish faith and is being courted by Matthew.
(Kauffman Amish Bakery Series)
Discover the best of Poopa Dweck’s recipes, which gracefully combine Mediterranean and Levantine influences, and range from small delights (or maza) to daily meals and regal holiday feasts–such as the twelve–course Passover seder.