Ruby Torvald and her young sister, Opal, have received an inheritance from their long-lost father who left home years ago to seek his fortune in the Black Hills. When they leave their comfortable situation in Chicago and arrive at the mining town of Medora to claim their inheritance, the sisters discover that rather than the legacy of gold they expected, their father has left them a shocking bequest.
(Dakotah Treasures Series)
I have heard so many people tell me that Christ did it all at the Cross, and there is no need for Christians to do any more. Jesus did die on the Cross, but that does not mean we stop preaching, praying for the sick, and casting out devils. Fear is at the heart of those who suggest that Christ did it all at the Cross; therefore, there’s no more for us to do, particularly when it comes to casting out devils.
In the eight years since their romance had ended in confusion, Link Morgan and Annie Gideon had barely spoken. But when tragedy left twenty-month-old Marcy, Link’s goddaughter and Annie’s niece, parentless, the two stepped in to protect her-by getting married. The plan was for Annie to care for the baby, and Link-never the family man-to handle the finances. That part was easy.
Baxter Richardson survived a fall from a cliff while hiding in the mountains. Whether he’ll make it through the next few weeks is unclear. His survival depends on the machines that help him breathe. On the haunted, unstable wife who wants to pull the plug and hide her secrets.
(An Alexia Lindale Series)
People with questions. The Bible is absolutely full of them. A crook on a cross. A wild man in a cemetery. A five-time divorcée. A despondent cripple. A grieving sister. A father at the end of his rope. Why are these portraits in the Bible? So we can look back in amazement at what Jesus did? No … these aren’t just Sunday school stories. They are historic moments in which a real God met real pain so we could answer the question. “Does God care when I hurt?”