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  • Consuming Fire

    The Story of Josiah, King of Judah by

    Hamutal is a humble shepherdess who follows the mesmerizing voice of God. When rowdy criminals assault her at Jerusalem’s cistern one afternoon before Sabbath, she feels hopeless until Josiah rescues her and leaves the men bleeding in the ...


  • The Soul Doctrine

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    Joe Thomas wants to follow in his father’s footsteps as a Baptist pastor, but finds minefields in controlling his fleshly passions and struggles to follow the path into spiritual maturity. Follow Joe’s journey through high school, learning to be a ...


  • Circle of Dreams

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    When writer Granger Lawton receives an invitation from his friend Bobby McAllister, the extraordinary and relentless treasure hunter, he strongly suspects that another adventure is afoot—and he’s right. Having already acquired the treasures of the ...


  • The Garden People

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    Warrior carrots, club-wielding pumpkins, and a three-headed Cornstalk armed with an executioner’s axe, lead the battle to recapture the Book. But, will they defeat Solomon Growhard and his onion renegades soaring upon giant bats? It is a race ...


  • Jacob of Abbington Pickets

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    Just before the turn of the 20th century, Jacob Hudson grows up on a farm in the Canadian prairies, near the small village of Abbington Pickets. As a child, he witnesses an incident that scars him deeply and leaves him unable to trust or understand ...


  • We Both Shall Row, My Love And I

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    Michael would have been content living out his days in the peacefulness of his quiet mountain hamlet. The complexity of urban living and the activities of sinister criminals, never reached their sleepy village. This would all change when an evil ...


  • Rules For Living On Earth

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    Jonathan Brown, the father of twin sons is married to a lovely woman. He is also a successful bank executive, a nature enthusiast and an unfaithful husband. Jonathan Brown is also a die-hard atheist. One evening at the age of forty-two, he ...


  • Grace to Forgive

    Sequel to Grace for Tomorrow by

    Mary has a secret. A piece of her past is so painful and shameful that she has told only her parents. Now as a vibrant young woman from a Mennonite family, Mary’s secret stands in the way of her finding happiness. John, a missionary passionate for ...


  • Untangling Tangleville

    Stepping Out! Just as Any Town Can by

    In our modern age, Christianity and secularism have increasingly become estranged. As Christian denominations individually attempt to promote the survival of moral and ethical standards of the past, it seems David is facing the giant Goliath . . . ...


  • If you love this world

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    Do not love this world nor the things it offers you, for when you love the world, you do not have the love of the Father in you... 1 John 2:15 - 17, NLT Detective Keith Kendelhart faces the first homicide case of his career in a small Ontario town ...