Japan, 1637. Young Shiro Nakagawa is a teenage boy of the samurai warrior class who lives with his parents and grandmother. They are a family of Christian converts whose idyllic life is about to be forever changed. Hostile toward the “foreign religion,” the new shogun has enacted a ban on the practice of Christianity. When soldiers arrive at his village to burn the church and arrest Christians, Shiro decides he must act to protect the faith and people he loves. This will set into motion a chain of events that will alter the course of his life and the history of the island nation. Based on actual historical events, with a blend of adventure and philosophy, Masaru will entertain, as well as nourish the mind and soul. A must-read for anyone interested in Church history or Japanese culture.
Clean Christian Fantasy
No monsters, werewolves, or magic. But love, faith, courage, and redemption are here in good measure. The world of Stonegate is the Rocky Mountain West in the grip of a new Dark Age. Donald of Fisher appears to be the least likely of heroes. More accustomed to reading and having never picked up a weapon, Don’s life was torn apart, forcing him to become a sword-wielding fighter. Faced with a mighty army marching east, Donald must rally the scattered defenders to resist the False Prophet and his plan to enslave the last outposts of freedom. To do so, he must overcome his own struggles of faith, demons of self-doubt, bands of assassins, and a traitor within his own camp. Can he succeed, against all odds, and still win the hand of the woman that he loves? It is a classic tale of good resisting evil, written for adults but suitable for youth.
This is the sequel to the award-winning Christian fantasy novel, “The Stonegate Sword.” All the major characters return, Donald, Rachel, Carla, and Philip. But the novel stands on its own, and it is not necessary to have read the first book in the series.
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From Best Selling author of the Shifters Alliance, comes the tale of a world shattering fight for Holly’s soul.
On a quest to recover his lost friend from the snow blocked mountain passes, a Shifters quest quickly turns into a fight for survival. In the Lost Lands, an Evil force is watching and listening.
When Cinda decides to visit her identical twin, Linda, and family in Northern Uganda, little does she know they will soon be running for their lives. How did a relaxing vacation result in a terrifying escape from artillery and automatic gunfire? The answer begins four decades earlier when their parents and family of five children leave everything familiar in America to start life as medical missionaries in rural East Africa.
Three generations of a family’s love, forged by shared faith, struggles, and triumphs, serve them now as they fight for survival.
Targeted Age Group:: Young adult and adult
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
Heartprints of Africa is a real story of how God prepared, provided, and protected three generations of a missionary family to East Africa as they journeyed through remote country, tropical illness, and a literal run from a battle for survival. I believe that story is very powerful-crossing barriers of age, religion, and politics. The story of my life, like anyone else if they will tell it, can make a difference in others' lives. A reader pulls out of my story what they need for their journey.
In this pulse-racing Christian thriller, Titus Ray, travels from Costa Rica to Caracas in an effort to stop Ahmed, a Hezbollah assassin, from murdering a high-profile government official. Along the way, he mentors an untested operative and confronts an old nemesis, while trying to figure out how his newfound faith can be lived out in the shadowy world of espionage.
While on the run from the Iranian secret police, CIA officer Titus Ray encounters a group of Iranian Christians. The battle-hardened intelligence officer becomes a believer shortly before being smuggled out of Iran to freedom in Turkey. Back in the States, Titus learns he’s been targeted by a Hezbollah assassin. Now, while trying to figure out what it means to be a follower of Christ, Titus must decide if the couple he meets in Norman, Oklahoma has ties to the man who’s trying to kill him, and if Nikki Saxon, a beautiful local detective, can be trusted with his secrets.
Targeted Age Group:: 35+
What Inspired You to Write Your Book?
I was inspired to write this series of Christian thrillers after hearing about the persecution of Christians in Iran. I asked, what if a CIA covert officer met a group of these believers and made a commitment to Christ? How would this battle-hardened member of America’s foremost intelligence agency be able to continue to do what he does best–lie, deceive and commit treacherous acts–while learning to be a follower of Christ?