When nurse Hanne Abrahamsen impulsively shields Steffen Petersen from a nosy Gestapo agent, she’s convinced the Lutheran pastor is involved in the Danish Underground. But when Copenhagen is placed under Martial Law in 1943 and Denmark’s Jews—including Hanne—suddenly face deportation to a Nazi prison camp, are either of them willing to pay the ultimate price for their love? (Historical fiction, avail. in paper, Kindle, or audiobook)
This guide will show you how to use Wildflowers of Terezin for in-depth study and group discussion. The guide includes devotional summaries, discussion starters, suggestions for digging deeper, and plenty of thought-provoking discussion questions. It’s versatile enough for mixed groups, high school age through senior adults. (Avail. in paperback and Kindle)
When widower Gerrit Appeldoorn takes his granddaughter to piano lessons one day, he finds himself drawn to her music teacher: a woman unlike any he has known. Not quite “beauty and the beast,” but close. Newly re-released in print-on-demand paperback and Kindle e-book! (Fiction)
Gerrit and Joan discovered the beauty of second chances when they fell in love. But life isn’t “happily ever after” when the widowed dairy farmer and big-city piano teacher get married. Newly re-released in print-on-demand paperback and Kindle e-book! (Fiction)
When Will and Merit Sullivan buy an old resort in northern Idaho, their dreams finally seem within reach. But when Merit discovers she is pregnant, at age 45, their faith is tested in ways they could never imagine. (Fiction)
Caught between a charade and the truth, Jamie D. Lane abandons his pop-star identity and secretly slips away to the small town where his mother grew up. Anne Stewart, a former track star grappling with the long-term effects of a devastating head injury, begins to think that the man she knows as “Joe Bradley” can help restore her self-confidence and passion for life. But can The Celebrity reveal his true identify—without losing everything? Available in Kindle eBook and print-on-demand formats.
With the holidays drawing near, Charlotte is starting to feel the pinch of having three extra mouths to feed. Thanksgiving is just around the corner, and a cooking demonstration—plus a little nudging from her good friends—inspires Charlotte to start a pie-baking business to bring in some extra income. Meanwhile, Sam is pining for a car, Emily is on a campaign to improve the food served at Bedford High, and Christopher befriends a lonely outsider whose one mistake leads to a life-and-death situation. In the midst of so many trials, will Charlotte be able to maintain a spirit of thankfulness? Will she even have anything to be thankful for?
The warm winds of spring are blowing across the prairie, and Charlotte finds out that Heather Creek Farm has been voted Adams County Farm of the Year. She is thrilled, but she’s not sure she’s up to the task of organizing an open house to celebrate the honor, and when heavy rains cause Heather Creek to rise quickly, it’s not just the open house that’s in danger. Hannah and Frank Carter’s fields start to flood and only quick thinking will save their home.
October brings cooler weather, pumpkins, the harvest… and unexpected challenges for the Stevensons. Emily’s class project leads to questions about her grandparents’ wedding so many years ago, Sam tries not to think about his college applications, and Christopher finds himself in a debate about the future of the farm. When Charlotte and Bob are asked to speak at a seminar for young married couples, they’re forced to take a closer look at their own relationship and their influence on others. With wedding bells on the horizon, Charlotte tries to help them all remember the importance of prayers and the significance of promises.
Charlotte is still recovering from Pete and Dana’s wedding and even though she’s thrilled that Pete is finally settling down, she misses having him live on the farm. She focuses her attention on getting Sam through his last months of high school, as Christopher adjusts to the prospect of his older brother leaving for college. However, they soon learn Sam has not fulfilled a community service requirement. Will he be able to graduate with his class? Meanwhile, Emily starts dating an older boy, and Charlotte struggles with how tightly to hold on to her granddaughter. And when construction on Pete and Dana’s house hits a major snag just as Dana is offered the opportunity of a lifetime, the family is forced to reflect on promises they’ve made to themselves… and to each other.