Healing Love

Healing Love

An authentic story about following the call of Christ, Jennifer Slattery’s Healing Love takes a rare look at how missions work impacts not only those who serve, but the ones being served. Life’s circumstances often dictate what we carry in our relational baggage; Slattery’s main characters American Brooke Endress and Salvadoran Ubaldo Chavez are no Read More

Dragon Seed

Dragon Seed

Although classified as juvenile fiction, Marty Machowski’s Dragon Seed is a worthwhile read for young and old alike.  Written as an allegory, Dragon Seed is a story within a story, comparing and contrasting Lucifer’s fall from heaven to the earthly havoc resulting from that fall. As the story unfolds, readers are sure to look inward Read More

The Great Chattanooga Bicycle Race

The Great Chattanooga Bicycle Race

Cover to cover, could not put it down, hated to turn the lights off, 344 pages of exhilaration! Mike Mizrahi’s The Great Chattanooga Bicycle Race delivers so much more than expected! One presumes to simply read about a bicycle race, but the book is so much more! There are strong characters, a bit of deception, Read More

True To You

True To You

Becky Wade’s True to You is an attractive story of love; not only of the romantic type but of Christ’s selfless love as exemplified by flesh and blood beings following Him. True to You introduces readers to three uniquely different and yet closely bonded sisters, Willow, Nora and Britt Bradford.  Interestingly the three sisters share Read More

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Becky Wade’s ‘True to You’ Author Chat Party

Raise your hand if you’re ready for Becky Wade’s new series! Celebrate the release of book one, True to You, with Becky and other readers on Facebook on May 4th during a fun author chat party at 8:00 PM EDT (that’s 7:00 Central, 6:00 Mountain, & 5:00 Pacific)! Becky will be chatting about the book Read More

The Dog Who Was There

The Dog Who Was There

Ron Marasco’s The Dog Who Was There takes the reader on a journey back to Jerusalem during the time of Christ.  What makes the novel extraordinary is its telling from the perspective of a dog named Barley. Barley’s observations of events during the time span of the story bring the reader unique insight into life during Read More

A Spectacle of Glory

A Spectacle of Glory

A diving accident in 1967 left Joni Eareckson Tada, then just 17 years old, a quadriplegic, confined to a wheelchair, without use of her hands.  Her amazing story alone is sufficient reason to read her newest devotional, “A Spectacle of Glory.” The author’s “thank you page” offers a brief insight into the hard work and Read More