Christian Fiction / Adults
Abandoned by her husband with two babies and no means of support, Belva leans on God to provide. Acorns from Ivy is a story of a mother’s love and a daughter’s journey from bitterness, resentment, and hate for her natural daddy to healing, forgiveness, and love through trust and faith in the promises of the heavenly Father.
The book is published by Westbow Press (A division of Thomas Nelson and Zondervan)
Softcover edition is 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 and contains 116 pages of text.
Genre Christian Fiction.
Priced at $11.95 for softcover, $28.95 for hardcover, and $3.99 for the e-book.
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God continually calls to us:
“Come away with me to the Secret Place”
Destiny’s Journey is one woman’s real life story about how Father God continued to speak to her from early in life, to draw her and minister to her.
He brought her out of a life of being verbally, physically and mentally abused. A life that was lost and on the road to hell.
Destiny’s Journey is not “about her” but about what God did in her and what He can do for others through her story.
Go on a journey with this 1st time author; you too may experience freedom and completeness in your life!
Available in: Paperback/ Kindle
Paperback $15.99 Kindle Edition $7.99
In small town Tennessee the neighbors are friendly, the days move slowly, and folks feel safe, but 1969 would be a year Maddie Randall will never forget as she throws the covers off of her quaint towns seedy underbelly. After surviving a frightening day on the water, Maddie finds herself deep in trouble with her dad for her reckless behavior, but that is nothing new to the seventeen-year old spitfire.This time, however, will have much direr consequences than losing her car privileges. When Maddie meets Frankie she feels an immediate spark.
To believers and nonbelievers alike, the Three Wise Men are highly mysterious figures. In the nativity story, they arrive after the birth of Jesus, having followed a star across the desert. But who were these men? Where did they come from? How were they connected—if in fact they were? And was a star the only reason for their famous journey, or was there more to it?