State Park volunteer Marty finds $50,000 in hundred dollar bills, while raking leaves. Would he see the jungle of moral conflict in his future? What would you do? Marty does battle with his Christian... More > conscience regarding the rightful ownership of the cash and the moral issue becomes more complicated when the cash is "lost". He reasons that it must relate to other local events, such as terrorism, murder, lost kids and gang warfare.
In the end, he must trust God and do the right thing. But does he?< Less
Some very good e-mail buddies over the years have shared many emotional and charismatic stories and devotions by tickling the “forward” key on their computer. And I’m certainly... More > glad that I was privileged to be in their address book, to receive, read, forward and store the wonderful stories of praise and faith; faith in such a loving and awesome God as He that we serve...
Sometimes, these e-mail missals contained humor, but not the “typical jokes” that flood the ether waves of the world-wide-web. Rick Warren warns against "Pop Psychology". Don't worship inspirational reading, but worship Christ instead.< Less
Actually five books in one, Return to Lmuma is a continuation of life and love for three teenage boys introduced in Mystery of the Lmuma Mine.
Ron Martin, Wildlife Photographer and Explorer tells... More > his story of adventure, murder, and lost treasure in Mexico, Africa and Arizona.
Rex Franklin joins the US Navy as a Frogman and sees plenty of action during the Korean War. Rex is charged with murder, but proves instead to be the scape-goat victim of a large political scam.
Tim Caruthers is a top notch fire investigator for the Portland Fire Bureau. Lots of gritty smoke filled action until Tim finally outwits the serial arsonist.
Reunion at Lmuma Mine: Some 40 years after the original Lmuma Mine story (also included), the three main charaters (now retired) return to see if they can find the old mine. Some town people are cooperative, but many are not. The mine is located but found occupied by big money criminals< Less