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
Of all the species of plants and animals on this planet, consider the odds of finding same-name flowers and animals for every letter of the English alphabet. This idea first rooted forty years... More > earlier when Al Allaway was photographing wildflowers for the Oregon Native Plant Society.
Author of twelve other books, Al faced the challenge of this first children's book. It is a great learning tool for beginning readers, promoting the love of Nature and the great outdoors. It shows God's great creation everywhere. By coupling the flowers and animals together with rhyming riddles, Al says the blossom was finally pollinated when color illustrations became available.< Less
An animated story of a tree and his animal friends to introduce children to the amazing love that God has for his people. It will leave a question in each child that can only be answered by a LOVING... More > parent: "Who is Jesus anyway and why did He have to die on a cross (tree)?
In the Holy Land before the time of Christ, Arbol the tree complains to God because he is growing too fast to be able to talk with his forest friends. God says, "Have patience, I have a special honor planned for your future." Arbol ends up as THE OLD RUGGED CROSS. Also available in Spanish< Less
This sequel to "Treasure In The Park" has continuing action with terrorists, law enforcement conflicts and scientific adventures with an unknown and terrifying creature in Peace Forks State... More > Park lagoon. The same characters renew their effort to entertain the reader. A new Tibetan refugee joins the team with unusual telepathic powers.< Less
Welcome to Peace in the Park, Book Three, the conclusion of the Trilogy. Over the course of 14 years, activity in Peace Forks is anything but routine. Senators in 17 states try to overthrow the U.S.... More > government, but fate and God turn the tables, with help from our heros in Peace Forks State Park.< Less
Political intrigue sets off a string of adventures in 17th-Century Scotland. An evil duke burns young Jonathan’s family home and usurps his lands, then falsifies charges against him for murder... More > and arson.
Jon’s loyalty is closely associated with the Stuart kings of England, whose religious belief is being challenged by Oliver Cromwell during the Second English Civil War.
Jon sets out on a quest over land and sea to find a priceless heirloom, held by one of his four uncles, one of whom wants to murder Jon because whoever owns the gem has power to assist the Stuarts regain the throne. In this fast moving novel, numerous enemies stalk Jon and his companions, at one time confining them to a deep dungeon with no chance to survive.
Two tender love stories evolve while Jon searches through colorful historical locations, including a sea voyage and conflict with pirates.< 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
It was sometime in the summer of 1987 when the bug bit.
"Let's buy a motorhome and go on an adventure," said one spouse.
"Are you nuts," replied the other, "I like my roots... More > right here where my friends are."< Less