Tag Archives: historical fiction

Almost home

In Revell’s description of this book, it is called a story of community and that it is!

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We hope for better things

We Hope for Better Things delivers masterful storytelling, weaving fascinating characters throughout a gripping tale of race relations in Detroit from the Underground Railroad to the present day.

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Silent Superstitions (Christy of Cutter Gap #2)

Archer fills the story with themes about forgiveness, love versus superstition, the trials of faith and Christian witness. Readers will find all of these ideas instruction and convicting.

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The light before day

Finding your way in the world, following God’s will for you and seeing Him in your life can all be very difficult, but He does lead us if we ask and listen.

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