The Faith of Ashish (Blessings in India #1) $14.99 India 1905: A simple drink of water changes Ashish’s family forever. When he–an Untouchables who must never contaminate the world of the higher caste–innocently drinks from the wrong well, he is badly beaten. Knowing his son needs a doctor, which requires money, Ashish’s father ventures into the dangerous realm of the high caste to beg the wealthy landowner, a Christian, for a loan. He gets the money, along with a life of slavery for himself and his family. But the landowner does not understand the strength of a father’s love, the power of a young British nurse who could not forget a boy named Blessing, or the faith of a child.
The Hope of Shridula (Blessings in India #2) $14.99 India 1946: The saga of Ashish continues with daughter Shridula, as revolution brings independence to India.
The Love of Divena (Blessings in India #3) $14.99 India 1990: Divena begins a spiritual journey struggling against an intire culture to proclaim her faith.
Forgotten Girls (non-fiction) $15.99 Stories of deep pain, inspiring courage, and hard-won hope demonstrate God working through compassionate people to rescue and restore the ones most often overlooked, girls in the hard places of the world. Addressing physical suffering, education, sexual protection, prison, war and spiritual life, readers will find practical action steps and prayer points that will allow them to help free the forgotten.
Daughers of Hope (non-fiction) $15.99 This book tells the powerful stories of women who live for Christ in the hardest places of the world. The majority of the stories were collected from face-to-face interviews as the authors traveled the world to listen to the women’s stories. Co-authored with Michele Rickett.
Call of Zulina (Grace in Africa #1) $13.99 West Africa 1787: Desperate to avoid a horrendous marriage, Grace escapes the family compound only to be caught up in a slave revolt at the fortress Zulina where she begins to grasp the brutality and ferocity of the family business, slaves. Held for ransom, viciously maimed by a runaway slave, and threatened with death, Grace is finally jerked into reality and comes to sympathize with the plight of the captives. She especially admires the African Cabeto’s passion, determination, and willingness to sacrifice anything, including his own life, for his people’s freedom.
The Voyage of Promise (Grace in Africa #2) $13.99 West Africa 1792: Slavers burst into Grace Winslow’s life with guns blazing and tear her family apart forever. She watches in anguish as her husband is led in chains aboard a slave ship bound for America. An old enemy has a more sinister plan for Grace and prepares her for a different kind of servitude in London. But Grace will not be enslaved. And she will not give up on the man she loves. In her determination to be reunited with her husband, she finds God reaching out to her.
The Triumph of Grace (Grace in Africa #3) $13.99 West Africa 1793: This riveting conclusion of Grace Winslow’s fight for freedom carries her from England to America’s Deep South where she is sold as a slave, then resold to a man who is not a slave keeper. Moved by her story of perseverance and faith, he makes Grace’s mission to find her enslaved husband his own. But a restored sense of hope does not mean the path to finding Cabeto will be clear, or free of trouble . . .
In the Presence of the Poor: Changing the Face of India $12.99 From childhood, Dr. Vijayam, PhD, recipient of India’s highest national science award, could not get over the suffering, despair and seeming hopelessness around him in India. In this deeply moving account of one man whose life was profoundly changed by God, we see the power one life can make even in the most challenging of circumstances. Reaching across deep cultural chasms, Dr. Vijayam pioneered the idea of harnessing technology for the poor and using it in combination with cutting-edge microenterprise concepts. So what can one person do? Only change the world.
The Second-Half Adventure (non-fiction) $15.99 A social worker from New England, a Texas airline pilot, a lawyer who has lived everywhere, a quilter in Oregon. What do they have in common? All are on the adventure of their lives. Like many others among the 77 million baby boomers, they don’t want to retire from contributing when they retire from their careers. So they are using their time, skills, and resources to make a difference. Written in conjunction with Finishers Project, this book will help baby boomers discover a second-half adventure that fits them and counts for eternity.
Once Blind: The Life of John Newton (non-fiction) $14.99 From a troubled childhood, to enforced service in the Royal Navy where he was such a blasphemous troublemaker that he was traded to a slave ship, God pursued John Newton with relentless love and amazing grace. The worst of the worst, he became a ringing voice for God, telling his story in his stirring hymn “Amazing Grace.” His cry for abolition helped turn the heart of a nation and bring the African slave trade to an end.
Harvest of Hope (non-fiction) $14.99 Ever wonder where your charitable donations really go? To what degree hungry individuals or thirsty villages benefit? This first person account tells of Kay’s journey to follow up on the promises made in charitable gift catalogs, cows in Cambodia, wells in North Africa, food in Senegal, and much more. Real change in real people. A harvest of hope for those who need it most.
A Caregiver’s Survival Guide (non-fiction) $13.99 Using her own 10-year experience of caring for her disabled husband, Kay gives practical guidance and emotional support to the growing ranks of caregivers. Whether you are caring for an elderly parent or other adult relative, you will be encouraged by the author’s story, and you will be helped by the concrete ideas she has to share.