Tag Archives: Christianity

The Miting by Dee Yoder

Leah, a seventeen-year-old Amish girl, is at the age where she can experience her period of freedom known as rumspringen before joining the Amish church.  However, she does not want freedom for parties, movies, or the English way of life.  … Continue reading

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No More Perfect Kids by Jill Savage & Kathy Koch, PhD

We all have hopes and dreams for our kids.  We have things we want them to do and things we don’t want them to do.  Savage and Koch share their insights on how we can remove the Perfection Infection from … Continue reading

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Henry Goes to the Big City by CJ Hitz and Shelley Hitz

Max is a little boy who learns about unconditional love through the adventure of a little mouse named Henry.  The story of the prodigal son is told through the eyes of a prodigal mouse, who returns home with a heart … Continue reading

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Casting the Net by Pam Rhodes

Neil is a newly ordained Anglican priest with many problems.  First of all, there are too many women in his life, romantic and otherwise.  He is torn between two women, Wendy and Claire.  Wendy would be a perfect helpmeet for … Continue reading

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30 Days to a More Beautiful You by Kylie Bisutti

Kylie Bisutti, former model, offers girls a devotional book to help them seek their inner beauty.  Each of the 30 devotions is a short, two-page look at topic related to inner beauty.  Some topics include security, being good enough, putting … Continue reading

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Persecuted by Robin Parrish

John Luther, popular evangelist, finds himself in the middle of a political firestorm after refusing to endorse a Faith and Fairness bill.  His refusal sets into motion a series of events that include murder, investigation by the authorities, betrayal by … Continue reading

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Interview with Heather Munn

I was blessed to be able to correspond with Heather Munn, co-author of Defy the Night, via email and ask some questions.  She generously answered them and I am excited to share the Q & A on my blog. What … Continue reading

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Daises are Forever by Liz Tolsma

Gisela Cramer is caught in Germany at the worst possible time; Germany is crumbling at the end of WWII and the Russians are approaching from the east.  Caught in the tide of refugees fleeing the Red Army with her two … Continue reading

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A Broken Kind of Beautiful by Katie Ganshert

Ivy Clark is a model unwillingly approaching the end of her modeling career.  Although she desperately wants to continue modeling, at age twenty-four, she feels like a grandmother at go-sees among all the young and fresh faces.  After spending a … Continue reading

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Defy the Night by Heather Munn and Lydia Munn

Magali is a fifteen-year-old growing up in the “free” part of France.  She is frustrated with the government pacifying/helping the Nazis.  She sees refugees traveling through her town, some staying and some passing through.  She is angry at the adults … Continue reading

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