Lady Ann Stone’s uncle is the new Earl of Stoneford. The only problem is, he disappeared into America’s West. With only her personal maid, Elise Finster, as determined chaperone, Anne embarks upon a quest to find David Stone. First stop, St. Louis, where the ladies discover their quarry went farther west five years ago. Resolute in their mission, Anne and Elise join a wagon train to Oregon. But will their prairie adventure turn into a Wild West nightmare?
Forsaken is a broken clay vessel in Comfort Cove, a quaint 19th-century fishing village. This is a story about the struggle for her soul as she is discarded on the Potter’s Field, the town’s garbage dump. The cosmic war for humanity is brought to vivid reality as Master Potter finds her there. You may see yourself as you read about Forsaken and her struggle toward wholeness. Through many trials she develops intimacy, receives healing from her past pain and brokenness, and learns that Master Potter desires her even in her weakness. No one is too broken to be healed and used by God.
A Study of Joshua 1-11 – Joshua and the Promised Land is an insightful analysis of the conditions required for God’s people to cross the Jordan River, enter the Promised Land, and win their battles. The types and figures from the book of Joshua are key foreshadows of what is required for us to enter into the fullness of our God-given inheritance and blessing today.
ONLY $2.99 Today:
Katie Tucker—afraid of her own shadow—is now in charge of her family’s future. A tragic barn fire takes Katie’s father leaving her with a debt she can’t pay. Forced into a provider role for her brother and grandmother, she must overcome her shyness and find a way to save the farm. Pete Dent has pined for Katie a long time, but he can’t even get a smile from her. He’s given up on settling down and ready to ride out of town. When lightning strikes the Tucker’s barn, he offers to help Katie with the farm and hopes to win her heart. Will Katie overcome her shyness and learn to trust Pete, a man with no family? The Honey Bride is a sweet Christian historical novella is set in Trenton, Illinois in the late 1800s. If you like memorable characters, lighthearted humor, and wholesome spiritual messages, then you’ll love Diana Lesire Brandmeyer’s powerful tale.