Have you ever wondered what spiritual resources were available to the apostle Paul before he starting his writing career? Or think of the apostle Peter, with his two masterpieces, and the apostle John, with three letters of great significance to us today.
By Kevin J. Brown
The intended audience for Designed for Good is men and women who would self-identify as people of faith and are interested in how this identity may impact or influence how they organize, manage, and run their daily lives. It is also written with the growing number of disillusioned people of faith in our country in mind.
I was 40 years old when I began acquiring fiction for Moody Press. My background included six years buying fiction and selling it in bookstores, four years of visiting Christian booksellers and interviewing them on why they were successful, and helping a fiction writer gain a publisher for a series of suspense novels.
By Kim Teague
Jenny Thomas, a surgical nurse with big dreams and a tender heart, who moves to Washington, D.C. to begin a new chapter in her life. When an act of kindness and a lovely portrait sweep Jenny into the midst of a terrorist plot, her courage, determination and faith in God are put to the ultimate test. The possibility of a romance with an FBI agent is hinted at in the first chapter and fully developed as the terrorist threats begin to take shape and Jenny is kidnapped for what is in the back of her portrait.
By Mark E. Fisher
Taran’s struggles against spiritual darkness, his turning away from Druid beliefs to faith in Christ, and his subsequent role helping the evangelist Pátrick plant churches and spread the Gospel across pagan, Celtic Ériu. A raging sea. Wrathful kings. Druid plots. Can he find the spiritual truth he so desperately seeks and return to his beloved Laurna?
By Kent Crockett
This book addresses questions like
Does God hear our prayers even if we don’t verbalize them?
If we pray for wisdom, how do we know when we get it?
How can we know when God is speaking to us?
By Mike Dellosso
In this suspense novel sequel to Centralia, Jed Patrick is convinced he’s doing all it takes to keep his family safe―new names, new location, new identity. But just when he thinks he finally has his life back, trained men claiming to be CIA agents break in and threaten his wife and daughter, proving once and for all his family will never truly be safe until he eliminates the agency dead set on hunting him down.