Penny’s newest release:
Freedom’s Flight in The Underground Railroad Brides Collection
When she discovers the handsome Reverend Matthias Sorenson assisting runaway slaves, can Annalise Van Houten convince him to allow her to help? Or will mistrust prove fatal for all involved?
When secret love letters are written in a clandestine plot to bring two lonely hearts together, will love from a distance finally bloom into matrimonial bliss for Gabe and Meredith?
McKenzie (Book 1 in the Montana Skies Series)
Desperate to save her sister from an abusive husband, socialite McKenzie Worthington responds to a mail-order bride ad in the Montana Territory—where God-fearing rancher Zach Sawyer prays for a wife to share his life. But when McKenzie arrives with a plan that includes divorce, will Zach’s persistent kindness and self-sacrifice change her heart?
Kaydie (Book 2 in the Montana Skies Series)
Haunted by her painful marriage, Kaydie Worthington Kraemer is determined never to fall in love again, and it will take the grace of God to change her mind—the same grace that works in the heart of ranch hand Jonah Dickenson, a confirmed bachelor who has unhealed wounds of his own to overcome.
View the trailer for Kaydie here.
Hailee (Book 3 in the Montana Skies Series)
Nate Adams has finally accomplished his dream of becoming the pastor of Pine Haven, Montana, where the new school teacher, Hailee Annigan captures his heart. But will secrets from the past tear them – and the town – apart?
View the trailer for Hailee here.
77 Ways Your Family can make a Difference
Serving others is a vital part of the Christian life. Time and again Christ demonstrated the importance of putting others first and giving what we can to help those less fortunate. As adults, we recognize the importance of instilling these values in our children and youth, but simply telling them to love their neighbor isn’t enough; to leave a lasting impression, they need to see and experience love in action.
77 Ways Your Family Can Make a Difference is an easy-to-use resource that parents can use to cultivate compassion in their children and engage their family in acts of service.
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