Biff’s anticipated family vacation takes an unexpected turn. How will he deal with bitter disappointment? Is his summer ruined? Will he be humiliated by his friends?
In interesting twists and turns, the author takes Biff and his rabbit family through a trying time that has a surprising outcome. Engaging questions for each chapter at the end encourage lively discussion between your child or grandchild and you.
The author paints a picture of a godly home to give encouragement and guidance to parents who struggle and kids who hurt.
Biff and Becka’s Stupendous Vacation helps your child know how to deal with disappointment. It also helps children relate to family and friends with honesty and respect.
A Conspiracy Hayden Christopher Langley has been working on a secret billion-dollar project. Now he’s lost control. Will the outcome of this unsanctioned test be the fall of his presidency or usher in a restructuring of society and a new world order?
A Secret Service Agent Hudson Blackwell is once again forced to protect his country. But this time, the man he is sent to apprehend knows the future. Can his recent encounter with his Savior help to guide him through a world in turmoil?
A Man on a Mission Dr. Todd Meyers knows ancient Israel better than anyone in academia. But a week in the first century is no preparation for the agony he faces when his new love is arrested and faces execution. Would God take away the gift he’s just been given?
A Woman Returned Removed from a meaningless existence, Aaliyah had gained a second chance. Suddenly she is thrust back into a place of pain and death. Will she crumble under the pressure or recognize hope when it’s staring her in the face?
A Man with Nothing Left to Lose Aurius of Antioch has worked his way from refugee to the king’s prophet in a very short time. Knowing future events is an asset until he realizes it isn’t enough to complete his mission. Does he have what it takes to execute the Terminal Inception?
Sir Lancelot the cat is a feline hero who finally finds a forever home, gets lost, enjoys Christmas, and gets jealous. To his owner, Kathy, Lancelot is a hero whose orange paw reached out of a cage and chose her as his owner. But will Lancelot accept Kathy's boyfriend Dave?
When shy, retiring, Alvin Zelinka, a Contract Marketing Specialist with the Department of Defense, dies from a massive heart attack, Matt Dawson is hired by Alvin’s Baltimore estate lawyer to find the decedent’s sister, Anna Zelinka Lieber. She has not been heard from in thirty-nine years, and no one knows if she is alive or dead. Until he begins work, Matt does not realize that she is the wife of a communist party spy, nor does he understand that within a week he will find himself, figuratively, in the world of Alger Hiss, Whitaker Chambers, Richard Nixon, and the House Un-American Activities Committee as they attempt to weed out communist agents who have infiltrated our government.
Matt tracks the missing woman, her husband, and their two children to Cuernavaca, Mexico, Warsaw, Poland, and then back to the United States. While doing so, he stumbles across a long-buried secret of Marvin Jonathan Freedlander, the US Attorney for the Southern District of New York. Freedlander, who aspires to become the next mayor of the Big Apple, will do anything to keep that secret from becoming public—even commit murder.
Code Name: William Tell is an adventure story that starts with an idea by the president of the United States, from which a hero emerges. A story of good’s triumph over evil, as told by a famous historian who himself is a retired army lieutenant colonel. The story traces the life of our hero from boyhood to manhood and then to a leader of men fighting a secret cold war. Our villain is known to the free world’s intelligence community only by the code name KRAIT, a deadly viper.
One day, near the end of an unsuccessful term, a president in the solitude of the Oval Office found time to think of some way to make amends for his failures. He gave his imagination free rein. Soon an idea began to grow into a solution to a serious problem: a solution which would become the closest-held secret since the atomic bomb. From this secret would come a remarkable man, code name William Tell.
They are ancient. They are waiting. They are patient and prepared to battle for souls… Captain Raoul Rivera wrestled with the helm. His heart was turning to stone at the hopeless situation before him. The hurricane storm clouds rose in front of his ship like a huge impenetrable wall. He was choosing to take his ship into certain danger. He searched the deck below, his eyes making a quick scan for Miss Patterson. He quickly spotted her among the crew and rigging; everyone was making ready for the storm. She was smiling up at him as if she had been waiting for him to notice her. His heart swelled, and he knew that he would fight the devil himself to protect her. At that moment the hair on his neck stood on end. He looked over his shoulder. There on the western horizon crested what he dreaded most: the black sails of the Pirate Demon. Titus Ordonez, that dirty-evil pirate had found them. Would his luck and wit be enough to save his ship, crew and Brenda? “Lord, help me.” His whispered prayer was blown away on the wind….
Dirouhi is Armenian for Dorothy. This is the lady who shared the childhood stories, which filled her life with happiness. Even in her twilight years, she still is filled with excitement when recalling how much fun Friday nights were, just because her neighbor spent time dramatically reciting various adventures to the children.
The ending novel is an unfolding of generations with twins, their loves and family ties, all created with Christian meaning. The life of Nina and Edward begin at a scene in the forest, where they are curious about lights, a scene that one day becomes a big part of their life. Visiting Rae and hearing her life and work in music is described so that the reader wishes they had been as creative and ingenious as she. A courageous journey to Russia develops into more unraveling of characters until the ending of the book, which is really just the beginning.