Monday, August 3, 2015
New in Christian Fiction!
The third installment in the Healing Grace series finds young Amish widow Sarah Yoder facing her greatest challenge--herself.
Sarah Yoder hasn't seen Henry Byler since he became engaged to an Englisch woman, which is best for her peace of mind. Since Henry never joined the Amish church, any relationship but a neighborly one is impossible. So she stays busy with her family, welcoming her son back from the ranch he's been working on in Colorado, doing a little matchmaking for her sister-in-law, and making the teas and tinctures that heal the members of her church.
Then Henry seeks her out, desperate for a balm for his sensitive hands before his success as a potter is jeopardized, and Sarah must call on every ounce of strength to deny the cry of her heart. Yet there is Someone who just might have a special cure in mind-a healing balm with the power to change everything. But with Henry's wedding only weeks away, is it already too late?
A Dash of Love, a Pinch of Hope, and a Whole Lot of Good Cooking
Lovina Miller should be thrilled. Pinecraft, Florida, has everything a young Amish woman could ask for: sun, sand, volleyball games, and evening singings in the park. But Pinecraft lacks the one thing Lovina desperately wants--a pie shop of her own. She longs for a place to gather with the community and serve the treat she loves.
A young carpenter named Noah Yoder strolls into her life and offers a way to make her dream come true. But before Noah and Lovina can build a shop--and a life--together, they must each face heartaches from the past. Is their new love stronger than their regrets?
Find inspiration, romance, and authentic Amish recipes for everyone's favorite food--pie!
For the last four years, Lindsay Bedford has lived in a small Amish community. But now at 18 years old, she has reached a crossroads - does she stay with the Amish she has grown to love, or return to the English life of her hometown in Virginia where her older sister is a college student?
An extended visit to Virgina may just tip the scales as Lindsay reconnects with old friends and joins a new church - will pressure from her sister force her to stay and "make something of herself"? Will Lindsay leave her aunt Rebecca and become English, or settle in Bird-in-Hand and join the Amish church?