A miserly innkeeper in the crowded village of Bethlehem receives several heavenly visitations in one night, and his life is changed forever.
Ben Taylor, adoptee, struggles to balance his professional life and spending time with his children—and just about the time he reconnects with his real family, his life spins out of control.
When Mae accidentally forgets something that results in her grandson’s death, she can’t forgive herself.
When he sees something different in his neighbor, Wendy, the town grump, Neal Kirkpatrick, ends up buying a Bible to figure out what makes her so different, and so attractive to him.
When someone starts entering Wendy’s house and messing with her seven Christmas trees (one for each cat), she has to find out who the intruder is and stop him before any of the cats gets hurt.
Lisa Marsh assumes she knows all about a man based on his appearance, and sets out to better his life, whether he wants her help or not.
When unfaithfulness is discovered, the effects are far reaching—is there any hope that one can find forgiveness after something like that?
This is a series of four books about Alexa Hartfield, murder mystery writer who suddenly finds herself in strange situations.
When things start disappearing from the retirement apartments in which she lives, Alexa’s Aunt Faye turns detective in order to find the thief.
As Alexa returns to her hometown to visit her estranged family, she runs into major trouble at her hotel. Is there any way she can find reconciliation and peace in her life?
Alexa, an author with an eccentric wardrobe, is given the opportunity to help a new clothing business get off the ground—but when someone starts trying to harm the venture and the manager is killed, can they catch the criminal before any more harm is done?
As a crime scene cleaner, Gabby St. John thinks she’s seen everything—but when she uncovers evidence the detectives missed, she has to decide whether to let them do the job themselves or do a bit of digging for the truth on her own.
When suddenly the murders that Alexa Hartfield writes about are replicated in Fairbury, the local police must figure out who is doing them, as well as how the murderer is finding out what Alexa wrote.
When events unfold in an unexpected direction, a girl tells a lie to protect her reputation—and forever ruins the already-precarious reputation of the town bad boy.
A fascinating, highly applicable book designed to help single young women be the best at what God has called them to do.
Aggie’s about to add her second child to their large family, but when disaster threatens to upset her carefully made plans can she turn it over to God—or will her faith fail her?
When her cleaner discovers a long-hidden secret, Audrey’s life is in danger of being turned upside-down.