As they work to grow closer together and make wise decisions for their family, Daud and Hana must also protect those around them—even when someone is out to take their lives.
Still clinging to unresolved bitterness, Sanford isn’t about to try to get up any Christmas spirit for the season. Can Natalie, teaming up with Sanford’s granny and some friends, help him learn to forgive?
Alex wants to date Reagan, but she’s determined he has done far too much against her to make that a remote possibility—so when she challenges him to apologize for something he’s done in exchange for a date, can he come up with anything?
Now that Ben is a Christian, he wants to learn all he can about being Christ-like. But when the one girl he doesn’t want to see again appears in his life, claiming she’s pregnant with his child, can he do what Jesus wants him to?
After starting a bookstore, Harvey is ready for life to quiet down when someone is murdered close to her shop—can they catch the perpetrator in time before others die?
Still running from his past, John Cross rescues Christine Lewis from certain death—but he doesn’t know that this will cause even more trouble for him.
Adventure stories for children based in Ancient Israel around King David’s lifetime.
When her family was in trouble, Nancy impetuously did the only thing she could think of to make the money they needed to survive—disguised herself as a boy and joined the Pony Express!
When she is suddenly taken to the future by mistake, Andi must choose between two impossible options.
Synopsis: Five stories about people trapped in blizzards are interconnected.
Desperate to gain her father’s attention and affection, Adah arranges for a concert with his daughters—but can she trust that the Lord knows what’s best for her?
With the war over, rebuilding their ruined livelihoods and lives isn’t easy—do they have the endurance to do it, and will they be able to find hope in the aftermath of such horror?
After being kidnapped and held prisoner for five years, is there any hope Rina will be able to go home to her parents again?
When a mistreated slave runs away and the village priest goes after him, can either of them survive in the desert—and what will happen when they meet?
Wife of one of the most powerful men in Israel, Shulle witnesses the horrors of King Manasseh’s reign—will there ever be hope for Judah?
Over the course of four books, trace Adele’s and Troy’s stories from when one or both of their parents die until they become parents themselves and find forgiveness.