Could you forgive someone for killing your child–even if it was an accident? Two years ago, Freya Wilson accidentally hit an Amish man with her car, killing him instantly. She left him and drove away, terrified her violent ex would locate her using his police connections if she turned herself in.
Adam Lapp, the victim’s brother, left the Amish after his brother Robert’s death to become a police officer at Covert Police Detectives Unit and seek justice for his brother’s death.
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Cam Sinclair is ready to celebrate the birth of their baby with Lana, the love of his life. But as their special day draws near, complications arise for Lana and fear sets in. Could what is supposed to be the happy day be a repeat of Lana’s tragic past for her sweet baby? It will take both families coming together to support Lana with love and laughter as the birth nears to help easy her stress.
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Holly ended things to give him a better life, but she was the future he’d always dreamed of.
Eight years have passed since Holly last saw her high school sweetheart, Josh. Now the wedding of Josh’s best friend has brought him back to Martinsburg, Texas. His duties as best man and Holly’s as the church’s volunteer wedding coordinator link them together. As they work behind the scenes to plan a beautiful November wedding for their friends, they’re forced to confront painful reminders of what might have been.
Psychologist Grace Callahan has no idea that she has a secret – one worth killing for. But when she finds out one of her clients has been murdered, she quickly realizes that the computer security specialist wasn’t simply suffering from paranoia.
Detective Nate Quinn has just been cleared for active duty after a bombing killed eighteen people, including his partner, and left him dealing with PTSD. His first case back on the job involves the murder of Stephen Shaw, and his only lead turns out to be an old friend, Grace Callahan–and her life is in grave danger.
Many of us live in a prison of self-absorption. Shackled with pride and despair, we compare ourselves to others constantly in our frantic, unending pursuit of perfection. Seated with Christ gets to the root of this behavior and charts a path to freedom.
Scripture says that God’s beloved are seated with Christ in the heavens (Eph. 2:6), treasured by Him and given a place at His table. Heather Holleman unveils what this means for us.
In this classic work, David Seamands encourages us to live compassionately with ourselves as we allow the Holy Spirit to heal our past. As he helps us name hurdles in our lives – such as guilt, poor self-worth, and perfectionism – he shows us how we can find freedom from our pain and enjoy the abundant life God wants for us.
C. S. Lewis said that Christianity works on us like every other myth, except it is a myth that really happened. Dwight Longenecker grabs this idea and runs with it, showing that the Christian story is the greatest story ever told because it gathers up what is true in all the fantasy stories of the world and makes them as solid, true, and real as a tribe of dusty nomads in the desert or the death of a carpenter-king.
In The Romance of Religion Longenecker calls for the return of the romantic hero—the hero who knows his frailty and can fight the good fight with panache, humor, and courage. Conflict and romance are everywhere in the story of Christ, and our response is to dust off our armor, don our broad-brimmed hats, pick up our swords, and do battle for Christ with confidence, wonder, and joy.