West for the Black Hills (Dakota Sunrise series Book 1)
Philip Anderson keeps his past close to the vest. Not many people in Mitchell, a small town in the Dakota Territory, would understand him living with the Sioux Indians who rescued him as a boy. Haunted by the murder of his pioneer parents as they traveled west in their covered wagon, he knows it wasn’t Indians who killed them, and his many unanswered questions about that night still torment him. His only desire is to live quietly on his western homestead and raise Arabian horses. Until he meets Anna, a beautiful young woman with secrets of her own. Is it his eery and unusual wolf eyes that draw Anna to him? Romance was not part of his plan. Can Philip open his heart and tell her he’s in love before it’s too late?
The Daniel Plan: 40 Days to a Healthier Life
This six-session, video-based, small group Bible study offers an innovative approach to creating a healthy lifestyle – rooted in a revolutionary approach and framed by five life areas: faith, food, fitness, focus, and friends. The Daniel Plan step-by-step program focuses on an abundance of healthy choices giving you the encouragement and accountability needed to succeed. Transform yourself in the most head-turning way imaginably―from the inside out.
A Soldier’s Promise (Crystal Lake Series Book 2)
Reeling from a broken engagement that resulted in a small town scandal, ER nurse Julie Crain just wants to be left alone over the Fourth of July Holiday weekend. But when single dad, Derek Ryerson and his young daughter need a place to stay to recuperate from a car accident, Julie can’t ignore their plight. She knows she needs to protect her heart, but little Lexi needs love and support. But soon she realizes the former soldier has a secret that could tear them apart forever.
John Calvin: A Heart for Devotion, Doctrine, Doxology
In twenty succinct chapters, these men examine Calvin the man; his work (as a Reformer, a churchman, a preacher, a counselor, and a writer); and his teachings (on subjects as diverse as the Holy Spirit and prayer). What emerges is a multifaceted portrait of a man whose contributions to Christian thought and Christian living were significant indeed, a man whose life, work, and teachings are worthy to be remembered and studied even in the twenty-first century.