Widowed and now single, Stella Heart juggled between managing her professional career and struggling to communicate with her teenage daughter, Sharon. Their common ground crumbled beneath their different beliefs about God. While Stella believed in God, her daughter didn’t. Sharon instead held strongly to what they taught her in school—until the day a disaster struck and the ground physically gave way – altering both their perspectives about each other, and more than one person’s resistance to God.
What happens when brothers become rivals for the heart of the same woman?
The Hanson brothers come from wealth and privilege. Although they have so many advantages in life, neither one is content with the path that has been laid out before him. Both of them are searching for something just beyond their reach. When a beautiful and exotic young heiress enters their world, a fierce competition erupts between the two brothers. Jealousy sparks a conflict that neither of them is prepared for. Which brother will win the hand of the lady? And will the loser find the grace to move on and find hope and comfort for his wounded heart?
(Cottage City Chronicles)
Five of today’s Best-selling Christian Authors weave five unique, connected stories where wedding dresses come with unique adventures and touching “I do’s.”
Season of Surprises by Alexa Verde; Something Borrowed, Someone Blue by Chautona Havig
Black Belt, White Dress by Hallee Bridgeman; Sewn Together by Alana Terry
The Second Yes by Amanda Tru
Brand New Release from Jennifer Youngblood.
Reese Adkins is desperately in love with her boss, Adam Locke, a self-made billionaire who owns a conglomerate of successful businesses. After years of friendship, Adam starts to view Reese differently. One quiet evening when it is just the two of them in the office, they share a kiss. Reese has dreamed about this moment for more years than she can count, but then everything goes terribly wrong.
Vinnie Archmont, an accomplished and stunningly beautiful artist, is implicated. She hires the brilliant but secretly guilt–burdened criminal law professor J.D. Blackstone. Blackstone finds himself uncovering the Mystic Freemasons’ most guarded secret. He reluctantly turns to his uncle, a Bible–quoting Anglican priest and occult–religions expert.
He doesn’t plan to stay Amish. She doesn’t have a plan. Then an angel draws their hearts toward God . . . and each other.
A buggy-racing champion, a hardworking field-hand, and a terrible cook, Rachel Hartzler does not fit her Amish community’s standards for an eligible bride. Hurt by their rejection and still grieving the loss of her brother, Rachel is ready for change.
She’s not, however, ready for Jordan Engles. Rachel’s father hired him to help tend the fields so Rachel can learn to cook and sew, thus increasing her chances of finding a husband.
(A Heaven On Earth Series)
Can you imagine thumbing through your daily mail and finding a letter from Jesus Christ? Not a prank, not a hoax, but the genuine article – a letter from heaven, from the risen Lord, written personally to you and your church. If hearing from God sounds intriguing, then this little book is for you. Several decades after His death, burial, resurrection and ascension, Jesus revealed Himself, in a vision from heaven, to the apostle John.
A brand-new year’s worth o f inspiring stories from the front lines of faith — 366 new devotions from missionaries around the globe. In these pages, you’ll hike mountain paths, jolt down rutted desert roads, and pick your way through teeming markets and crowded urban slums. You’ll meet boisterous children, worried parents, anxious teens, and curious seniors—all hungry, whether they know it or not, for the Good News.
My Father’s House – In Troubled Times, Looking Forward With Hope To…
Combining the apostle John’s glorious description of Heaven from Revelation with heart-touching reflections on her own father’s charming mountain home, Anne Graham Lotz weaves a tapestry of truth through this presentation that will take away your fear of death and fill you with hope for the future.
Jesus promised us, “In My Father’s house are many rooms…I am going there to prepare a place for you.”