she forgive the man she
hasn't been able to forget?
Williams regrets what he did ten years ago that destroyed his marriage.
But today, he’s so thankful to God for redeeming and changing his life.
Now, if only Winter, his ex-wife, could forgive him too. He doesn't
deserve a second chance with her, but that's the very thing he's
Winter never wanted to see Ty Williams again.
But when her speaking engagement lands her in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho—a
city she's avoided for ten years—what
can she do? It seems as if she
has two choices. Hide the truth. Or face their troubled past.
Gray dreams of having children and a great marriage. But Chad, her
husband of nearly two years, is hyper-focused on his ministry as a
pastor in Ketchikan, Alaska. He believes he should be on call,
available to his congregation, twenty-four hours a day, seven days a
week. Something April strongly disagrees with. She begs him to take
time off. To go away with her so they can reconnect. But he has sermons
to prepare. People to visit. He's busy, and he expects her to
she tries. But when a female parishioner gets too close and clingy with
Chad, April thinks the worst, and a battle line is drawn. Things must
will it take for them to get through their marital storms, and to
rediscover the love that brought them together in the first place? "Good
fiction distilled from real
life - a book well worth reading!" ~Kathy Vancil, missionary pastor's
Can broken hearts ever mend?
dreamed of becoming an artist and painting natural beauty on canvas.
But everything changed when she married Joshua Hart, a man carrying a
powerful dream of his own. After too many arguments, one night, he
stormed out of their marriage to pursue a life as a musician, leaving
her alone and—unbeknown to him—pregnant.
Five years later,
Summer is raising her daughter and managing the family's camp and
retreat center—doing fine on her
own. But her world turns upside down
the day her "almost" ex-husband returns. Only this Joshua Hart is far
different from the man she married five years ago. He's humble, kind
and tender, and he even professes to know God. Can she trust him?
Josh has done a lot of stupid things in his life.
Leaving his wife for a five-year road trip was one of his worst
decisions. After living a lifetime of regrets, he heads home to try to
make amends with his family. However, he's shocked beyond belief to
find a four-year-old blue-eyed darling who calls him "Daddy" living at
Hart's Camp. Not to mention the jaw-dropping attraction he still feels
for Summer Day! Can he make things right with his wife and daughter? Or
is it too late?
Bevere longs for "happily ever after,” but
when Gar goes through a mid-life crisis at the same time she's dealing
heartbreak of infertility, their marriage begins to unravel. Overcome
grief, and in need of a distraction, she submerges herself in learning
make killer fudge and in directing a high school play. A friend
to face her marital woes as if she were fighting a spiritual battle.
that be enough to bring her husband home?
After losing his job, and harboring guilt over something that should
happened, Gar decides he needs to take some time by himself. Canoeing,
and working in his cousin's mechanics shop in Idaho might help him work
his struggles. Or, will an extended break drive a bigger wedge between
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planned to serve in ministry for the rest of his life. But when most of
congregation leaves, the church faces foreclosure, and he’s forced to
he hits a low point he never thought possible. Overnight, he loses
Plunged into despair, he fears he’ll never pastor again. And he keeps
feelings from the one person who might have understood him best—his
When Season hears
about a marriage conference at Hart’s Camp, she begs Max to attend, but
refuses. Sick of the conflicts, tired of his mood swings, and ready to
change, she attends the marriage conference by herself! There, she
trails, lights a flame to represent her and Max’s romance, and hears
ideas about reconciliation. But something is missing. Max should be
her. How can she commit to renewing her efforts in their marriage when
husband won’t even try?