Eternal Living Reflections on Dallas Willard's Teaching on Faith and Formation

Dallas Willard spent his life making eternal living concrete for his friends. After his unexpected passing in 2013, the kaleidoscope of memories and the diversity of the lives he...

A Daughter's Dream

In Shelley Shepard Gray’s second book in her Charmed Amish Life series, a young teacher and farmer discover they have much in common, especially when it comes to healing old...

Anybody Can Do Anything

The Audiobook:Chronologically, this book takes place after her misadventures on a chicken ranch—the subject of Betty’s first book, The Egg and I—and before her...

The Pieces of Summer

Only months after losing her beloved husband, does Meredith dare accept help from another man?Meredith Stoltzfus could never love anyone like she loved her husband, Luke. When a...

The Earth Moved On the Remarkable Achievements of Earthworms

They destroy plant diseases. They break down toxins. They plough the earth. They transform forests. They’ve survived two mass extinctions, including the one that wiped out the...

A Sister's Wish The Charmed Amish Life, Book Three

New York Times Bestselling AuthorIn Shelley Shepard Gray's third book in her Charmed Amish Life series, a respectable young woman finds herself falling for an Amish man from the...

A Son's Vow

Shelley Shepard Gray’s first book in her Charmed Amish Life series is set in the quaint Amish village of Charm, Ohio, and tells the stories of the Kinsinger siblings who are...

The Boy on the Porch

When John and Marta found the boy on the porch, they were curious, naturally, as to why he was there—and they hadn't expected him to stay, not at first, but he did stay, day...

A Son's Vow The Charmed Amish Life, Book One

Shelley Shepard Gray's first book in her Charmed Amish Life series is set in the quaint Amish village of Charm, Ohio, and tells the stories of the Kinsinger siblings who are each...

The Plague and I

Thanks to vaccines, tuberculosis is rare in North America today and, thanks to antibiotics, relatively treatable. This wasn’t the case in 1938, when Betty MacDonald was...

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