by Megan Whitson Lee
Less than a mile from where Amy’s body is recovered, Andrew Victor attempts to manage a failing career in art, an addiction to pornography, and a family secret that links him to the murder investigation. In Washington, DC, Asha Edgewater knows first-hand the horrors of slavery and lends support to the Timothy family even as she comes to terms with her own past. As all three lives intersect in their search for redemption and healing, they find it is only possible through God’s saving grace.
A Brand New Release from Emma St. Clair.
Is it ever too late for a second chance at love? Emily made the mistake of letting Jimmy go and they’ve both been paying the price. Jimmy nursed a crush on his big sister’s best friend for years. When he finally revealed his feelings, Emily rejected him. He went running to Sandover Island to start a new life as a firefighter and leave the memories of his longtime love behind.
Emily’s life took a downward turn after she lost Jimmy’s love and his friendship. When Jimmy comes to her rescue while she’s on a girls’ trip to the beach, all Emily wants is another chance.
(Sandover Island Sweet Romance)
Grace Pearson’s sisters married men with whom they could be waited on hand and foot. But that is not the kind of future Grace longs for. She wants to build a life that she would be proud of with her own two hands and needs to find a husband who would see her as an equal. That’s why she chooses to move from Boston to the Oklahoma Territory as a mail order bride.
After a past heartbreak, Michael Sloan has no intention to fall in love ever again. He needs a wife who would share his work ethic and be his partner in making their farm thrive. Nothing more, nothing less.
(A Bride’s Unexpected Joy)
You’re invited to travel a deeply personal journey with Greg Williams as he dealt with a heart-wrenching turn of events that changed his life forever.
Imagine the unimaginable. Nothing you can do will change anything. Your breath grows short, your jaw drops open, and your heart breaks from the inside out. Your faith takes a beating, despite the support and encouragement of those who love you. Even in the face of your fervent denial and potent anger, you are powerless. At last, you can’t do anything but accept the inevitable. But that’s not enough. Someone has to answer for what happened.
To tell is to perceive. To tell is to inform. When it’s Too Late to Tell features four characters, Mark, Craig, Jade and Berta, all holding issues from the past that suffocate every lasting relationship they have. Mark, an elementary school teacher, and his wife Jade, a pharmacy technician, hold deep secrets from each other; secrets that cause a rift in their marriage. Mark’s best friend Craig lives his days as a financial planner, struggling with the idea of God, questioning His existence each day.
Sunny is a seahorse who roams the ocean with his friends. Along the way, they learn valuable lessons about Biblical principles. Beginning in volume one, Shrimp discovers that being small in size does not mean he is not valuable. He also learns that it is all right to accept help from his friends.
Starting with angels heralding a birth in the back of a motel laundry room, the skeptical Davis watches the gospel unfold in today’s society as a Messiah in T-shirt and blue jeans heals, raises people from the dead, and speaks such startling truths that he captures the heart of a nation.But the young man’s actions and his criticism of the religious establishment earn him enemies as ruthless as they are powerful.
Cal, Harlan, and Buddy grow up together in a small Virginia town in the years before the second World War. United by age, proximity, and temperament, they get into—and out of—all the trouble that boys manage to find. They even earn a nickname from a local restaurateur who gives the boys their first jobs and plenty of friendly advice.
This latest edition of the book takes a close look at the rapid growth of evangelical and Pentecostal Christianity in the southern hemisphere, addresses the decline in traditional mainline denominations, examines the influence of technology on the spread of the gospel, and discusses how Christianity intersects with other religions in countries all over the world. The concise book provides an easy-to-read guide to church history with intellectual substance.