Beloved Christian authors of the MIDTOWN BLUE SERIES, Frank and Pam Lione bring their trademark gritty, relevant, fiction to this engaging and compelling story. Set in New York City, the Lione’s weave an unforgettable tale of forgiveness and redemption. The flawed, but genuine heroine, advertising executive Jenna Russo is “stuck” spending 12 Saturdays helping feed the homeless at a Christian street outreach in order to obtain a prized heirloom of her grandmothers. What starts as a huge inconvenience ends up being her saving grace. Newly engaged, Jenna doesn’t understand her alcoholic father’s dying wish to either spend 12 Saturdays on the streets of New York City feeding the poor or risk losing her beloved grandmother’s ring to an estranged and manipulative sister. Will she see the lost through the eyes of faith and learn that there are blessings beyond the family heirloom? Or will she fall victim to her past and crumble under the great expectations of her deceased father? On sale now for just $2.99
An orphan travels West to meet a lonely widower and his child. Will they find each other’s heart in this new wild world?
Theresa Doe never knew her parents. Abandoned on the day she was born, all she has ever known is life in the orphanage with the Sisters of Holy Mercy. For seventeen years she’s lived with hunger and cold, her faith the only thing to sustain her. But now a lonely widower out west has put out a call for a wife and Theresa has been chosen to go to him.
Henry Forth is a restrained and taciturn rancher in the Colorado Territories. He has struggled to build his ranch into a success and is in need of a woman to be his wife, the lady of his house, and a mother to his three-year-old child.
Theresa now must travel from her home in Pennsylvania to the wild west of the Colorado Territories, to live with the quiet Mr. Forth. In the shadow of the Rocky Mountains there is no law. Bandits lurk in the forests and danger waits on the horizon.
In this strange and dangerous place Theresa must transform from an orphan to a wife, even though she has no knowledge of married life.
A Colonel with a broken heart, a mail order bride wanting to heal it and a baby girl without a mother. Can love heal all wounds?
Young Helena’s intention when she applied to be Colonel Joseph White’s mail order bride was to be his wife and mother to his sweet eight-month-old baby girl.
Except that when she gets to Montana, she realizes that she was invited under false pretenses. Her mother in law had something else in mind—a young lady to take her son’s mind off his beloved wife, who has passed on.
Her heart aching for Colonel Joseph and his baby, Helena decides to stay and help as much as she can. Only she has not reckoned on falling in love with the quiet, detached man who is obviously in so much pain.
Will Colonel Joseph return her love? Can she heal his wounded heart? Are they destined to be a family?
A celebrity is about to find real Amish love. Can they overcome the obstacles?
Justin Gardner is the lead guitar player in a nationwide famous band that is only looking to brighten their star in the future. But for Justin, the time has come to pull the plug on his electric guitar and step down from the stage.
An unforeseen accident causes him to end up in the heart of the Amish community, surrounded by wholesome, down-to-earth people, when a young woman from their community finds him and takes him home.
The more time Justin spends around her, the more she finds her way into his heart. Unwilling to leave the family that has cared for him and the woman he has fallen in love with, Justin ponders the idea of giving up his rock star life for the simple yet hard work of the Amish people.
The woman of his dreams, Rebecca Graber, seems to return his affections but her family is built on tradition and a culture that he knows almost nothing about. He knows it may be difficult to convince her and her family of his true intentions.
Can a woman with her deep roots in faith care for him? Can he suppress his desire for her long enough to satisfy everyone concerned, including himself? Justin is about to find out. His heart tells him that he has no other choice.
A doctor who suffered a great loss, a young and naïve mail order bride and twins craving motherly love.
Long-time bachelor and country doctor Eli Yoder is finally looking to tie the knot. But love, romance and companionship have nothing to do with it.
Instead, he is looking for a woman who will put aside her own needs, dreams and desires to become an ideal mother to his six-month-old twin nephew and niece. He has recently suffered great personal loss and what he is looking for is to balance his life.
Young, naïve Saloma Hofstader is being forced by her insensitive and cruel brother from the arms of the man she loves and into a marriage that is cold and emotionless.
Things change when Eli falls in love with the wife from his very practical marriage and finds in her comfort, love and joy. Thousands of miles away from the place she spent her childhood, in the rolling acres of Nebraska, will Saloma finally find passion, love and a home?
This book is a true story of How God saved our marriage by answering my prayer when I was faced with an impending divorce by showing me my shortcomings as a husband and father and giving me the ability to write the things in this book that I sent to my wife that changed her desire to divorce me and brought about our reconciliation.
A wonderful true story of heart ache and blessing, the joy of raising a family and the struggles of married life.
A must read for both married men and women, and those contemplating getting married.
I have Written this in the hopes that it might give some insight and hope to others that are now having or have gone through the terrible struggles that we are sometimes confronted with in married life and that it might encourage them to trust in prayer to God and overcome the means that Satan uses in his attempts to destroy our marriages and families.
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“An outgoing girl, a quiet calm Doc and an abandoned baby – Will they find each other?”
Mae Winter is alone and unhappy. Her one wish is that by the turn of the century, her life would be more fulfilling.
In California, a woman abandons her baby in a clinic and Doc Cunningham is faced with a decision: put the child in the orphanage or raise him as his own?
Mae’s and Doc’s lives come together when he decides to advertise for a bride. Can they make a go of it? Will they be the right parents for the abandoned baby? Or will they clash and cause more pain and strife for each other and the baby?
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“A person is vaccinated by receiving a dead or weakened version of a virus in order to make him resistant to it. Satan, the father of lies, works to undermine and weaken our understanding of the gospel, so that we become resistant to it.”
“If you apply these simple gospel truths, they will bring you into a present experience and demonstration of heaven.”
The gospel is designed to bring us into a present experience of heaven. If we are not experiencing heaven now, we should consider how we may have become resistant to gospel truths. “Present Access To Heaven” helps us to do just that, dealing with every lie and hindrance that is keeping us from experiencing heaven now and walking as heavenly people. It makes a scriptural case for just how much is possible right now in Christ, but it’s not just theory. It’s full of true stories illustrating the truths presented.
Living one-half block from a state hospital for the mentally ill during 1946 Post-World War II, keeps Janie Webster busy investigating nearly everyone. From runaway inmates to recovering patients, ten year old Janie is intent on rescuing them as well as, others in her life. Sometimes events don’t work in her favor. Janie’s physically abused friend, Eddie struggles with multiple losses and Janie’s attempt to help fails.
Janie’s parent’s marriage is clearly disintegrating. Her father cannot find work due to his avoidance of the military during the ward. Additionally, while Janie’s parents disagree on the existence of God, Janie is torn between both. Her manic-depressive neighbor works hard to convince Janie that there is a one and only path to Heaven. When his wife disappears, Janie believes the husband is innocent of wrong doing and tries to intervene.
While things seem to be falling apart in Janie’s world, things improve in her friend Eddie’s. Steve, the church janitor, offers Eddie the opportunity to compete in a Soap Box Derby. Shy, physically abused, and socially awkward Eddie begins to blossom in his excitement of building his own derby car and working with Steve. Eddie shines in the competition but disappears the following day. Janie is obsessed with searching for him. She is certain her playmate did not run away, as his foster parents insist but has met with some type of tragedy. As the police investigate, Janie becomes more and more aware of police partiality as they label Eddie a troubled runaway. She comes to believe that the police see Eddie as a poor kid in foster care and it is convenient to dismiss his vanishing. She is determined to find him.
Without permission Janie visits the vacant house of her recently deceased piano teacher in search of some answers about life. She sneaks in intent on finding her teacher’s ghost only to secretly stumble into another life lesson. While crouching in the darkened stairwell, Janie inadvertently overhears an adolescent student (older sister of a classmate) in a sexual liaison. Moments later Janie overhears the cruel abandonment of the same student by the intimate partner. This event occurs as Janie is beginning to confront her own body’s sexual development.
Janie regularly visits Emily a mental institution resident. Emily’s mental health improves whereby she is now able to walk outside the hospital and obtain part-time work. During this time Janie meets some local migrants and observes their culture. It is this experience that allows Janie to more fully understand social prejudice and the meaning of class status. Janie’s exposure to “isms” like the country club sign “Gentiles Only”, the term “wetback”, and anti-Catholic sentiment further Janie’s growing maturity and greater self-confidence. In this budding personal resolve, along with another local disappearance, that brings Janie to personally confront the police.
Janie Webster learns to rely on herself and her own strength. Incomplete Diary of Good and Evil examines her journey into adulthood.
The Falling Away, a Christian end times novel, is the first novel of three in the Perilous Times Series. The Falling Away is $2.99 or available through Kindle Unlimited.
Doctor Neal Kirkland works at an advanced hospital in the Dallas area. One day, he comes across a patient and his family, the Carson’s, who are Christians, which is rare in this novel’s universe since very few people go to church. After seeing their faith, and they talk to him about Christ, he accepts Christ as his Savior.
Meanwhile, a race war might be bubbling up in the United States and an artificially enhanced virus spreads across the globe, with the powers-that-be blaming Christians for all of it. Doctor Kirkland finds out the real story behind the virus and decides to do something about it. However, Christians are being hunted down and killed, will Kirkland be able to let the world know what’s really happening?