Welcome to my books! I’m looking forward to making these stories available for your reading pleasure, but in the meantime, I’d like to introduce them to you. My goal is to write “Fiction With A Mission”. Fiction that entertains and introduces readers to the adventures of being a soldier in the army of God. Please take a look around. If you like what you see, check out the Story Shop. The Story Shop is a collection of interactive games and prizes that will help you get to know these stories and their characters better.
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The bare light-bulb flickered just as the book thumped against the other acceptables. Sunset. A few seconds of darkness before the batteries kicked in. My window of opportunity. I slipped the Bible off the pile. The binding threatened to crumble as I slid the little book into a secret pocket sewn into the lining of my leather jacket.
Heather Stone lives in fear of repeating the past, yet she continues doing the one thing that could trigger another disaster. When the police trace an illegal Bible to her house, Heather’s world begins to crumble.
Her father’s life hangs in the balance. No one with the power to help knows or cares. If she tries to save him, she could lead her friends to their deaths. If she does nothing, her father’s fate is certain. Can she evade a hostile police force and win public sympathy before it’s too late?
Status: Scheduled for release on November 3, 2014.
Learn more about the persecuted church by visiting Open Doors USA.
Eighteen year old TJ is a new Christian trying to do the right thing. He’s not sure how much he trusts the word of the youth pastor at the church he’s attending, but when the youth group goes on a missions trip, he decides that going to India is the right thing to do. TJ knows that traveling half-way around the world with a group of teens who don’t like him won’t be easy, and he’s right, but one little girl in the Indian orphanage makes it all worth it. When TJ learns of the horrible fate that will be his little friend’s future, he determines to protect her. What can one teenager accomplish in less than two weeks?
Learn more about human trafficking by visiting International Justice Mission.
Sample My Writing
After her mother’s death, Erin wants nothing to do with memories. She doesn’t want to sort through her mother’s belongings or save any jewelry. She definitely doesn’t want responsibility of her mother’s high-strung mare, Ashling. But she and Ashling have more in common than Erin realizes. Doing what her mom would want her to do may be just what Erin needs to move past her grief.
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