In over a hundred short stories and poems, more than 20 mothers share bits of their lives as an encouragement to other Christian mothers.
These five stories are all tied together with a common theme, which makes this collection extra-fun!
A thoughtful book about taking more time for the things that matter—and connecting with the Lord in a deeper way.
As a cryptographer, Margot has an immensely important job in the war effort—but what happens when she meets a distracting young man and her world begins to fall apart?
When Hadassah is taken to the King’s court, she must learn to trust God for her protection and direction.
When sixteen-year-old Minka is taken advantage of, and she subsequently has to put her daughter up for adoption, she must find her hope for healing and strength in the Lord—but can she trust Him for her daughter’s future?
Torn between her Indian siblings and drunkard French father, with a war pressing ever closer on the horizon, life seems to be spinning out of control when the one person Catherine hoped to never see again steps into her life once more.
The daughter of a wealthy judge, Julia Hoffman has needed nothing—until now, at the beginning of the Civil War, when she realizes that her spoiled upbringing is keeping her from her potential and also pushing the one man she’s always admired away from her.
Neil Fox and Arleen Thatcher have become new dance partners…but can they win the competition of life, let alone the dance competition?
When her tiny daughter suddenly disappears, Cecile finds herself involved in an investigation of such corruption that you will have a hard time believing it really happened.
Preston and Lara are both Christians, but coming from quite different church backgrounds; should their differences stand in the way of their marriage?
When a man wakes up from a head injury with no idea who he is or what he has been doing, but believes he’s in trouble, what should he do?
The four stories in this collection center around romance beginning at Christmas, but have wildly different themes otherwise.