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 Cheryl Williford
This is the second novel in the Pinecraft Series. Everyone turns to Molly Ziegler for help in the tiny tourist town of Pinecraft, Florida. Busy making other people’s dreams come true and not her own, Molly finds herself unmarried at 21. Considered an old maid by her New Order Amish community, she’s not so desperate for a husband and children that she’ll make do with an arranged marriage to the only man who’s asked for her hand in marriage.
By Mark Alan Leslie
On an archaeological dig near the Dead Sea, south of Qumran, Danny Arens discovers a clue in ancient Aramaic that may lead to the music of the Psalms. When he does, he is chased and shot at by a team of terrorists. Enter black-ops veteran Max Braxton and well-known archaeologist Kat Cardova, who quickly find themselves entangled in a search that, if successful, will thrill Christians and Jews worldwide, the discovery of the music of the Psalms. Chasing the Music has 15 five-star reviews on amazon.com.
By Lori Stanley Roeleveld
Helen Bancroft, an eighty-one-year-old, widowed, Newport, RI, socialite has led a good life. She was married to one man, raised three children, enjoyed a career as a journalist and an editor, and participated in numerous charitable works. It baffles her that her conservative Christian daughter, Katherine (Kat), continues to push her to “accept Jesus.” What frustrates Helen more, though, is that her favorite grandson, Harry, is wasting his mind on theology when she thinks he should be pursuing more important life studies.
By Ann Sullivan
Ann C. Sullivan has challenged and encouraged thousands of women as an international speaker. In her new book, Ann offers a candid look at the moment her faith and reason collided. Blindsided by doubts, following a 13-year struggle with an undiagnosed panic disorder, Ann learned several valuable lessons. Never shy away from the big questions. Always follow the evidence to its logical conclusion. And genuine truth doesn’t buckle under the bright lights of interrogation.
by Carey Wickersham
Twelve years in development, Carey Wickersham’s new book for pregnant women features striking new features, some never seen before in a book of this kind. A full color coffee table size gift book from Focus on the Family Books and Tyndale House, The Wonder Within You is not only beautifully designed but overflowing with practical helps for every mom-to-be, no matter what denomination or ethnicity.