The annual Deep Haven fishing contest draws professional and amateur anglers from across the country, but this year, Ross Springer is determined to win the top cash prize. In fact, he has no choice. It’s his last chance to leave a lasting legacy at Bethel College. He just never imagined his fundraising scheme would hook Abigail Cushman, the grad student who reminds him of all they’d had—and lost—every time she glances his way. Abigail Cushman may not know the difference between a bass and a trout, but how hard can it be to catch a fish? She’s a quick learner, and she’s certain her smarts can net her a win over Ross Springer, the handsome charmer she’s tried to forget since grief tore them apart. In the ultimate showdown between brains and heart, will Ross and Abby reel in more than they bargained for?
A job, a true love, a baby, a cure. . .
We’re all waiting for something from God.
And the place between His answers can feel like a wasteland where dreams—and faith—go to die.
When we’re waiting, we wonder, “Why?”, “Why me?”, and “How long?”But the truth? . . .
When God says, “Wait,” He doesn’t tell us for how long.
When God says, “Wait,” we face one of life’s greatest tests.
When God says, “Wait,” we have decisions to make.
When God says, “Wait,” we can control only two things: how we wait, and who we become along the way.
In the church today, we have everything buttoned up perfectly. The music is flawless, the sermon well-prepared and smoothly delivered, and the grounds meticulously kept. People come on time and go home on time. But a fundamental element is missing. The business of church has undermined the individual’s need to truly live for Christ, so much so, that only a limited few are seeing their life impact the world. Dwight L. Moody takes us deep into Scripture and paints a clear picture of what ought to be an individual’s life for Christ. The call for each Christian is to become an active member in the body of Christ. The motive is love for the Lord and our neighbor. The result will be the salvation of men, women, and children everywhere.
nnone size-full wp-image-149″ />
Only 99¢ Today:
A mail order bride ditched at the station, a billionaire widow who is bitter with life and his three young daughters who are craving motherly love. Fiona Brown is giddy with joy as she waits for her beloved to pick her up at Peak’s Point train depot. Their new home awaits; a small farm that she and Donald Newton have bought together. But the hours crawl by and with each hour that passes her dreams slip further away. Fiona has been conned, not just out of her money but out of the family life she had envisioned. Help comes in the form of a position at the Burk estate. Derek Burk is a moody and frightening man. His daughters, though, are a joy and Fiona grows close to them. Then, unexpectedly and slowly, she starts seeing another side of Derek Burk, a gentle side. Fiona starts falling in love with him. But he is the master of the house and she just a housekeeper… Will he love her back?