Mariah, the Maiden of Mesopotamia, has an opportunity to tutor the children of the Parthian queen at the palace in Babylon. En route, she gets word that the queen has suddenly died. Now Mariah must... More > not only become the children's tutor, but their full-time guardian as well, by order of the king. Also along the way, Mariah falls in love with her carriage driver. Unfortunately, the widower king falls in love with her, too. Her heart, which was already torn by the son she gave up for adoption, years ago, is now further divided between love and duty. The King wants to make her into his mistress, but Mariah must keep him at arm's length and choose the best path. Adding to the secret sorrow of her lost son, his father unexpectedly shows up and makes trouble that could ruin her reputation, or worse. THE BABYLONIAN QUEEN is the stunning story of a smart, strong woman's life in 5 A.D. Reader fans of Anita Diamant's THE RED TENT will find a new Biblical-era heroine to love in THE BABYLONIAN QUEEN.< Less
Jimmy is a typical Southern California boy that prefers outdoor sports, rather than video games. His adventures takes him into his classroom and up to the mountains. Girls are just friends, just as... More > boys are just friends. Winning a baseball game is more fun. Good for a Christmas gift for a ten-year-old.< Less
Today's churches face many unique challenges. In A SHEPHERD'S HEART, author Dr. John R. Hargrove, gives an overview into the lifestyle God requires for those who are called upon to shepherd His... More > flock. Although written for today's modern pastors, a SHEPHERD'S HEART is also a practical guideline for anyone desiring to follow the Lord and live a life worthy of Christ's calling.< Less
What does surfing, basketball, girls, best friends and a gang of bullies all add up to? A whole lot of fun for Brett Buyer and his Beach Angel. Meet Brett Buyer. He's on not one, but two basketball... More > teams, which he juggles while falling in love with a very cute surfer girl named Brenda—all while dealing with Chopper Cruz and his Porter Street Gang of punks. Brett Buyer is about to learn the meaning of true friendship, loyalty, and what it means to stand up for what you believe in. That is, if he can survive the eighth grade.< Less
The Rapture is a Christian belief that forms a major part of the current teaching and expectations of fundamentalist and other evangelical denominations. In its most popular current form, the... More > doctrine involves Jesus Christ returning from Heaven, while the saved, both dead and alive, will rise up in the air and join Jesus in the sky.
In READY FOR THE RAPTURE, join us as we consider these questions and more:
Will Christ come for His church before the tribulation or after?
What was it about the Thessalonian church that caused the Lord to choose to give this information to them?
What is the lifestyle of the church in Thessalonica that we should see in our own lives?
How can we get ready for the Rapture?< Less
Millenias ago, when the giants of the Bible, the Nephilim, terrorized the earth, the Royal Family ruled Mesopotamia. Led by King Asher, he accepted the great responsibility to protect his subjects... More > from the bloodthirsty offspring of Fallen Angels. He is aided by his son, Prince Tyro, also of fallen angel blood, but a powerful young man with a righteous heart. Queen Kenana, once a farmer’s daughter, will stand by her King’s side and serve with fierce loyalty and love, against all odds. With a kingdom at stake and fate of the world in their hands, one Royal Family will stand up against giants.< Less
With the passing of her elder husband, nineteen-year-old Kenana finds herself queen of Adah—and heavy with child—a child who may or may not be human. Attacked by a fallen angel prior to... More > her husband’s death, Kenana is tormented by the thought of what may be growing inside her. And as she is about to give birth, Kenana receives some unsettling news: a massive army is gathering, an army determined to remove her from power, an army composed of mighty Nephilim warriors—and led by a traitor. Only one man can stop the coming destruction, the true king of Mesopotamia—a man who also happens to be her true guardian angel.< Less
A young princess raised in seclusion. A seductive angel with a secret agenda. The world before the Great Flood—a world speeding rapidly towards its own destruction...unless one family rises up... More > and confronts a devastating enemy. Now, as worlds collide and the forces of good and evil meet in a final epic battle, two people will discover just how far they will go for true love.< Less
In this young adult novel, the faith and friendship of two young women is tested when they face decisions that will change their lives forever. Love and romance is never easy, especially for two... More > Christian friends who struggle to live spiritual lives when real-life issues conflict with everything that they have ever believed is right. As Susie struggles with a decision that may tear apart her heart and harm her physically, Jennie struggles to keep a secret promise that threatens her developing love relationship. As each young woman tries to find herself, her happiness, and her calling, they each discover that only one thing remains true: God's love.< Less
Jesus was a descendant of King David. He was called the son of David by those who sought after Him. He will reign King of the Universe forever.
David was his ancestor, and the amazing king, who was... More > couragious and strong. He was a man after God’s own heart. His godly reign was the standard for all the other kings who ruled over God’s people after him.
Another good king was Uzziah. He was king for fifty-two years. Only Manasseh ruled longer at fifty-five years. The Bible says, “Uzziah was sixteen years old when he became king, and he reigned fifty-two years in Jerusalem. His mother’s name was Jecholiah of Jerusalem. And he did what was right in the sight of the Lord, according to all that his father Amaziah had done. He sought God in the days of Zechariah, who had understanding in the visions of God; and as long as he sought the Lord, God made him prosper.”< Less