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Henry Youngblood is determined to plant a new church in Buffalo Creek, despite seemingly insurmountable obstacles. Meanwhile, his pregnant wife worries about paying the bills. One daughter dreams of a college education she cannot afford, and the other wants nothing more than popularity. It will take a miracle for the Youngblood family’s dreams to come true.
Timothy is at his wit’s end. His twelve year old half-sister has run off five housekeepers in almost a year. Since their parents died, she has grown wilder than ever. What can he do? As he looks for a new housekeeper, his eye catches sight of a mail order bride advertisement. One young lady has a younger sister and sounds like a God-fearing woman. Could this be the answer to his dilemma or will Louise run her off, too?
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It comes in handy for historical research and for her sideline genealogy business. When her colleague physics professor Brett Garrison asks for help with his family tree she can’t resist, even though he’s far too attractive for her peace of mind. And amazingly, he seems to be pursuing her, despite the fact that everyone knows dating a co-worker is career suicide.
Using her software, Merrideth gets a first-hand look at Brett’s ancestors, the courageous pioneers of the Illinois Country who withstood Indian attacks, hardship, and loneliness to settle there in the 1780s. One of the settlers is James Garretson, who risked his life to take the Gospel to the very tribe that wreaked havoc on his family. Merrideth is amazed that he could forgive a crime so huge.
She would love to tell Brett that he is descended from heroes, and that he inherited his black hair and green eyes from James Garretson. But she is determined to safeguard her program, and discretion is not Brett’s strong suit. She also has secrets about herself that she’d just as soon he didn’t find out either.
One virtue Brett does have is patience, and he’s quite willing to wait for Merrideth to figure things out.
WHAT READERS ARE SAYING…
“Love, love, love these stories!” (Dale Stanley)
“So much great and terrible history… well-woven into the story!!!” (Nicole)
“Love the way history comes alive so that you are inside the minds of historical characters, living their experiences and feelings as if they were your own. Wow! Connections. These books are awesome.” (Lyndo)
“I highly recommend this book as a light inspirational read. It is Christian without being preachy. It is suitable for teens and young adults, though I know it can be appreciated by adults of all ages. It is simply delightful. Don’t miss this one.” (Rev. Amy Bickel)
Merrideth’s historical adventures and her search for love and faith continue with book 2 in the series, Only One Way Home.
The Rewinding Time Series: Christian Time Travel with a unique twist—computer software that “time-surfs” through the history of old houses. It’s also squeaky clean romance, guaranteed to be flinch-free. And the kind of historical fiction you like to read—believable!
And check out the History Mystery Trilogy, the prequel to the Rewinding Time Series, to meet Professor Randall as a “bratty 11-year-old” and to see the origin of her amazing computer program.
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Review of “Journeys of Four”:
When four young people, walking down completely different paths in life, are confronted with what it means to truly be a Christian, they are faced with either repentance and redemption, or a complete rejection of their faith. This is an excellent story, full of depth, truth, and characters you’ll feel sure you’ve met before (they’re that relatable). It moves quietly to a stunning conclusion. This book has a large cast of characters (a couple have somewhat similar names), so be prepared to pay close attention as they’re introduced. 4.5/5 stars* ($0.99)
*I received a free copy of Journeys of Four in exchange for my honest review. All thoughts are my own.
Peter Gottswald, a truck driver living with his younger brother, has started to change. What started out as grief over his parents’ death, moves on to deeply concern his family. As he tries to lose himself in a world of fiction and their worry grows, his family tries to discover what he’s running away from before he loses sight of reality altogether.
Claudius Rivers wants nothing to do with Christianity whatsoever. He doesn’t need it, so he doesn’t bother, beyond going to church with his family. At first, Claudius manages to get away with ignoring just about everyone in the congregation, until an older man befriends him. As he gets to know the man, taking notice of the behavior of the rest of the people in the church, he’s brought to a realization that he must either reject Christ or follow Him.
Claudette Crutch has claimed to follow Christ for years, but that doesn’t stop her from letting her rebellion against authority increase on a daily basis. She thinks that she’s fine, until she witnesses the spiritual transformation of another young woman in her church and she is forced to begin questioning her so-called Christianity.
When will the four paths connect, to where will they lead, and how will they get there?
Adina Donati came to Washington D.C. to find excitement, not a dead body. When a friend is murdered, Adina is drawn into the middle of the police investigation. Tensions rise as the suspect list expands to include Adina, her friends, and colleagues at the prestigious think tank where she works. But every cloud has a silver lining. Between the nice detective, the hot new volunteer at the dog rescue center, and the newly available preppy ex-boyfriend, Adina’s dating dry spell appears near its end. That is, if she doesn’t become the next victim.
It’s up to Pibbin to track down those tracks, find the shell, and solve the mystery . . . alone!
Book 2 in TALES OF FRIENDSHIP BOG.
~Color illustrations, map, and reference frog photos.
~An easy-to-read adventure for ages 7 and up.
~Also available as paperback and audiobook.
In honor of her father’s memory, Shelly picks up one of their old pastimes, genealogy. She figures it would be nice to know where she came from. It would be nice to belong. What would it feel like to belong?
Everyone seems to have a place in the world where they belong. Except Shelly.