After a diagnosis of diabetes, Ralph needed a warm climate and sunshine—but he also needed to make a living for himself.
Life was very good for Suzie and her husband—could God prove Himself still good after Daryle died of cancer?
A mother celebrates her life with many children, proving that she is one of the richest women in the world.
When Ralph got in trouble in Boston, he was sent to live with his grandfather in Maine, and found himself in one of the hardest situations he had ever experienced.
John D tells story after story about how his brother Tom, the Great Brain, swindled him and every other boy in town.
Lilian’s adoptive mother recently died, and she is ready to leave for Europe with her father—and then she hears that her sister may still be alive.
After moving to Boston when they had to leave Colorado, Ralph’s mother and the family have to find a way to make a living for themselves, and make a home.
Mary spends a happy year working and playing with her large family on their farm in the 1950s.
Anne Ayscough loved reading the Bible and learning about God, but was forced into a loveless marriage with a man whose family were staunch Catholics.
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.
Thirty lessons make up the best book I have ever read about marriage.
When Uncle Bud wants a miracle involving another person for his last Christmas gift, what can Mallory do?