Vanessa Carlson is a Christian author living in the San Francisco Bay Area.
An anthology of Mail Order Bride & Christian Romance Daisy is broke as a church mouse but looking for adventure. Thumbing through a local newspaper, she answers an ad from a cowboy in Wyoming. Arriving in town, she discovers that the cowboy wasn't looking for a wife. He simply needed someone to help around the ranch. Embarrassed, Daisy is invited to stay to help until she earns enough money to get back on her feet. But what she and the rancher come to realize is that sometimes the best love can be found in the worst mistakes.
Roslyn was born in Columbus Ohio, as the middle child of five children.
She holds a Board of Governor degree with a minor in fine art from Eastern Illinois University and has an Applied Science degree in Occupational Therapy from Parkland College, Champaign, Illinois. In her past Roslyn has worked with children and adults with special needs teaching and equipping her clients with skills for everyday living, fine motor skills for handwriting and arts and crafts. Roslyn and her husband Greg are now church planting in the Greater Toronto Area of Canada with the IMB. Roslyn has been involved in the local church and collegiate ministry along side her husband of 40 years. Greg and Roslyn raised two children and have five grandchildren that have also been an inspiration for her books. Roslyn also studied art at Kansas University, Lawrence, Kansas and Montgomery College, Rockville, Maryland. She enjoys discovering ways to creatively share her faith in Christ through the arts. After taking a Photoshop workshop in 2001 at the University of Illinois, Springfield she started creating digital art. In 2008 she composed the books In Seven Days?, and Blue Earth, with some of her first digital art pieces. Roslyn has also published Bread of Presence, with Crossbooks. Her other books Jonah Pursued, Forty Years and Waiting, and The Arks, are also for children nine through twelve. "I Am" Through the Ages, is for young adults, new believers or seekers.
At one time or another, we all ask ourselves about the Genesis account of creation. How we view creation, and how we understand the lessons in Genesis, deeply affects how we view our lives and our faith. Through original poems, artwork, and photography, In Seven Days?, by author and artist Roslyn Gatts Alexander, presents a fresh, positive outlook on God's creation of the universe and offers new understanding of the Bible account for readers old and new.
Alexander's bold and beautiful illustrations enhance our journey through the first seven days, and her lyrical verse provides a playful, modern retelling of the creation story to which we all can relate. Also included are Original Sin, God's plan for our redemption, and a celebration of His light and glory. God desires relationship with us, and by personally seeking Him we return his admiration and walk in his everlasting love.
Renee is your plain and ordinary girl from Horry County, SC who is head over heels in love with Jesus Christ. Raised as a Preacher's child, Renee found herself like the Prodigal Son, only she was the Prodigal Daughter. At the age of 21, Renee came to realization that her parents' salvation and her upbringing could not get her into heaven. It was then she began her relationship with Jesus Christ. A couple of years later, Renee met her husband/soulmate, of the past 20 years when he became the Pastor of her home church. Together they have a beautiful daughter who is actively involved in missions. Renee has also served as the Ministry Assistant for the Carolina Baptist Association for more than 15 years. Her calling into Women's Ministry has ignited a great passion within her. Her main goal in life is to share Jesus and help other women see just how much they are loved by Jesus Christ. Works by Renee include "God Has a Scrub Brush", "Baggage and All", and "Defining Christmas".
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Christian Fiction "The Restoration Series: Leann's Victory, Chasing Abigail, Loving Ms. Sheri and Captivating Cord"
Christian Non-Fiction "Redeeming Easter" Devotional
Cade had learned as a young boy not to trust anyone. Anyone, that was except Leann. She was the one person he could count on. He never doubted for a moment her love and loyalty. Everything he has done for the past three years has been to repay her for all she has given him. Leann's illness, however, sends him into a tailspin, twirling everything he thought he knew into chaos. Her past overwhelms him and sends him searching for the truth.
Graham had loved Leann first. She had been his world, long before Cade came into the picture. He had vowed to love her forever. Would he tell Cade the truth or would he keep Leann's secret? Would sharing what he knew set Leann free to finally gain the victory over her past?
Cade's search for the truth carries him from the small resort community of Crystal Lake, North Carolina, to the sunny shores of Palm Island, South Carolina. Unaware of the God who is leading him in his journey, Cade discovers the incredible price of Leann's Victory.
Mira (Miriah) Johnson was born in Spotsylvania County, Va. but spent the majority of her life growing up in Caroline County, Va. She's a born-again believer, with a calling to the ministry on her life. She knows how it feels to not have food on the table so her heart goes out to the homeless and less fortunate. She prays her books are both an inspiration and a blessing to all who reads them. Please purchase thru Amazon.smile. The author wishes a percentage of her sales to be donated to the charity of her choice. God Bless you!
The author feels led to share this spiritual journey of her spiritual walk and growth in the Lord. She shares experiences to the best of her recollection. She prays that which she has shared will touch someone that is struggling with their beliefs, and that they will invite The Lord to come into their hearts to be Lord of their lives.
Sizakele was born in South Africa and now lives in New Jersey with her husband. She serves in ministry alongside her husband. Siza's call is ministering to women who are going through challenges. She is a champion of womankind, an activist and an advocate for Alopecia. Leading, inspiring and teaching women to be the best they can be. She has degrees in Environmental Health, Public Management and a Masters degree in Business Leadership
Sizakele invites you to walk alongside her as she tells her story of living with the incurable condition of Alopecia, in which the immune system mistakenly attacks the hair follicles, thus causing the hair to fall out. This book crosses racial, gender, age and social classes, religious and educational hierarchies. No one is immune, and everyone is vulnerable. What defines beauty? What steps are we willing to take to seek approval from the world's definition of "beauty?" At what time do we take a stand and say, "I am beautiful, no matter what!"
Gail Prentice is first and foremost a Christian. He is an aggressive evangelist, author and speaker. Writing has always been a passion and he has dedicated all of his writing to be Christian, challenging, educational and enjoyable. As a fiction and nonfiction writer, he explores Christian life at its best. With three published books, Wolves: The Destroyer of the Church, The Legacy of One and The Gathering, Gail challenges the believers to grow in the Word of God.
It seems like just last week, this house of glory was full of music and praise. People were on their knees before God, praying for this community. They were fighting a battle and winning, Corporal Joabi reminisced.
Yes, they were winning, but they just didnt realize it. The battle was fierce and the enemy had brought in Doubt and Apathy, two of their strongest warriors to infiltrate here. It wasnt long before the pastor was silenced because Doubt had begun to make headway within some of the congregation. When they were not seeing great strides forward, they began to doubt whether the work was worth continuing. The people quit praying and decided that they were not qualified to tell others about our Lord Jesus. They left all witnessing to the pastor and things went south from there.
R.A. Williams writes suspenseful Christian fiction that reveals not just the characters' actions, but the psychological motives behind those actions. He pulls the reader through a full spectrum of emotion while at the same time injecting humor as comic relief. He holds a degree in psychology and sociology, and his published works include the novels Carbon-14: The Shroud of Turin, The Class of 86, and The Gospel According to Todd. His fourth novel, The Cult of New Canaan is set for release in October of 2018. His shorter works have appeared in The Christian Communicator, Encounters With God, and Dreams and Visions. His interests include psychology, Biblical history, finger-style guitar, and religious relics such as The Shroud of Turin. He lives in Tennessee with his wife, daughter, and beagle.
Meticulously researched for historical accuracy, this plot is woven into the gospel account of the final year of Christ’s ministry. Christians who fantasize about going back in time to witness the miracles of Jesus will enjoy the realistic depiction of life in ancient Israel as experienced from a 21st century mentality.
This novel is the sequel to The Class of 86, in which Jake Simon is the protagonist. Todd, the antagonist in The Class of 86, becomes the protagonist in The Gospel According to Todd.
Sherri Stewart loves a good suspense novel, sprinkled with romance and a strong message that challenges her faith. She spends her working hours with books—either editing others’ manuscripts or writing her own. Sherri loves traveling to potential settings for future stories. Israel was her last trip; a series of bed and breakfasts is her next. Sherri lives in the Orlando area with her family and lazy dog, Lily. She loves to chat with readers about their ideas. Contact her at www.stewartwriting.com.
JACKSON'S TREASURE When Peyton Abercrombie runs away from an arranged betrothal, she is soon discovered by Captain Jackson Lafitte stowing away aboard the Mon Cherisse. "Did you say your last name is Lafitte?" Peyton glanced around the Captain's cabin. "Oh my goodness; LAST CHANCE ISLAND The last job Tori Monroe wants is to be a competitor on Celebrity Island Battle, but since her television program, Queen of the House, was cancelled, no other jobs are available for her type. Add to that, Richard, her fiancé of five years, breaks up with her via e-mail.
Dana Bratton, B.A., M.Div. is an ordained Baptist pastor, retired. He received his B.A. degree at California Baptist College, Religion major, New Testament minor, in Riverside CA. He received his M.Div. from Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary in Brea, CA. He pastored Calvary Chapel at the Bridge 9 years in Phuket, Thailand. He served as a missionary to Thailand for 11 years. He served as missionary director with Child Evangelism Fellowship 11 years. He served as a hospital and hospice chaplain with the Health Care Chaplains' Ministry Association 16 years. He served as an elder at two churches, and was minister of senior adults two years at Magnolia Church. Dana was in full time ministry for 29 years. Dana has been married to Cindy for 43 years. They have three adult children and five grandchildren. They reside in Desert Hot Springs, CA.
This the first volume in a series compiling New Testament expository sermons by Pastor Dana Bratton as preached at Calvary Chapel at the Bridge in Phuket, Thailand. Useful for devotional study, sermons and Bible studies. Lots of simple practical explanation and application. This is an evangelistic exposition and verse by verse study of the gospel of Matthew chapters 1-14
Vickie Phelps writes to influence, inspire, and encourage. She is the author of 8 books and more than 200 magazine articles. Phelps is the founder and director of the East Texas Christian Writers Group which meets to support and encourage writers in their craft.
When Connie Knight applies for a job at McKinney’s Fine Cars in her hometown of Redwood, Texas, she has no idea what she’s getting into. Buford McKinney is a mean, evil bully who thinks women are the ground God made for men to walk on. The only reason she stays at McKinney’s is the fear of being without a paycheck and ending up homeless. And then there’s Rick McKinney, Buford’s son. In spite of his daddy’s contempt for Connie, Rick is attracted to her and Connie to him. But will their feelings for each other be enough to keep Connie safe? Just how far will Buford go to get rid of her?