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This is the Church

Starting with the well known children’s rhyme beginning “Here is the church, here is the steeple…”, our narrator then tells us the story is not yet complete. Some churches are huge, some are tiny, some are right in a person’s home. Some churches are even open air! Even underground churches are mentioned and then we find out the church goes where it’s people go! When all is said and done, church is just a word for God’s family.

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The Water Keeper

A reader has said that things are never quite as they seem in a Charles Martin book and The Water Keeper proves that to be true. Take our main character Murph. Where does he get all that money? And why is his boat named Gone Fiction? He has such a calling to rescue girls lost to sex trafficking, leaving the 99 to search for the one. But why are their names tattooed on his back? Is Fingers real…or not? Is he a priest or are those credentials just to give him access? Lots of questions and after reading the book, you might still be pondering the answers.

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The Paris Betrayal

Ben Calix has been with “the Company” for years, his loyalty never questioned. But when a botched assignment in Rome reveals that someone is developing a bioweapon, Calix is suddenly thrown into the dark. In fact, as coworkers mysteriously die, it becomes clear that the Company thinks he’s more than just a failure: he’s a traitor marked for execution. With no outside resources, and a civilian in tow, Calix must uncover who set him up before they set off the bioweapon.

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Rendezvous with God

The life of a solitary professor is upended when his teenage niece, whom he barely knows, shows up along with her baggage of family problems and drug problems as well as the usual teenage angst. Between their encounters fraught with emotion, Will is having encounters of another kind, with Jesus Himself. Our Lord is so beautifully presented, it will touch the reader’s heart. Lives are changed although most concrete evidences of it do not come until the conclusion of the book.

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