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Promise’s Prayer Release Date & Party!

I am thrilled to announce that my Christian novel, Promise’s Prayer, is set to release for Kindle and paperback on March 18, 2017! 

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Kaelan is restless for adventure and relentless in his efforts to bring the land of Taerna back to the blessings of Adon Olam and the prosperity of the days of his ancestors. Fueled by a solemn promise and his mother’s secret, he finds himself in the forefront of a desperate scheme that is crucial to Taerna’s future. Can he keep his promise? Can he save the people of Taerna from the corruption and rampant lawlessness that threaten them with extinction?

Shy and quiet Carita knows she possesses what Taerna’s people so desperately need. But how can she help them when her own soul is simultaneously tormented by witnessing unmet needs and handicapped by her own paralyzing fears?

When Kaelan and Carita come face to face with the true nature of Adon Olam’s call, will they each choose to embrace Adon Olam’s plan for Taerna—and for their own lives?

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Cover by Alea Harper. Isn’t it beautiful?

To celebrate the release of my debut novel, I’m hosting a one day blog and social media party, complete with a giveaway (or two, if there’s enough interest)! But I need your help. Would you be willing to join the party and post about Promise’s Prayer on your blog or social media account on March 18? Please click here for the Party Sign-Up form!

I also have opportunities for reviewers to receive a free Advanced Reader Copy of Promise’s Prayer. If you’d be willing to post a book review on the 18th, fill out the form linked above.

 

 

And here’s a sneak peek of one of my favorite interactions between Kaelan and his siblings.  Read more

After God’s Own Heart

Here’s something I wrote almost eight years ago that I thought I’d share.


“And when he [God] had removed him [King Saul], he raised up unto them David to be their king; to whom also he gave testimony, and said, I have found David the son of Jesse, a man after mine own heart, which shall fulfil all my will.” (Acts 13:22)

This is a profound statement. To think that God would actually say this about a human being is amazing. David’s heart, his passion, his desires were “after” (or according to) the heart of God. What is the “heart?” Here’s a few interesting definitions of the Greek word that is used in Acts 13:22.

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