Boundary Waters Search and Rescue: Beyond Belief: Book One
Trauma surgeon and co-founder of the Boundary Waters Search and Rescue Unit,Jack Lockwood, was beyond frustrated…
A century blizzard, impassable roads, and gale force winds start Jack’s Monday off the wrong way long before daybreak. To make matters worse, his friend and colleague-the police chief of Ely, Minnesota-orders him to stay home on a morning when the weather virtually guarantees injuries requiring Jack’s skills. Little did he realize that he wouldn’t need to go anywhere to save a life that morning. His next rescue would be in his own front yard, where he finds a half-frozen, gravely injured woman buried in a snowdrift. A woman who needs his help to stay alive long enough to tell her story-why she was out in this kind of weather-bound, battered, and bleeding.
A united nations member states committee debate in October 2019 noted the importance of fostering stable families and promotion of its role in social protection of youth and the vulnerable in many countries. The family was noted to help societies be more inclusive.
The debate also noted that balancing work and family remained a challenge for many families in Europe.
The Biblical perspective says God made the first family to ever exist and placed them in a good environment. His actions shows that He wills wellness for the family.
Nora and Nia is therefore a creative family book. It is written to be read and hopefully be an inspiration in helping foster stability in families while supporting it in playing its vital role in social inclusion. Through integration of healthy stabilizing values like play, creativity, work and godly Bible training in daily routines.
I hope you and your family will enjoy reading it.
Nora and Nia: Family Collection Book 1 is one of a three part series.
In the dark land of Novus, a Light is beginning to move. As the true High King attempts to rally his forces, crystalline beings move among mortals, seen and heard only by those specially attuned to their existence. One of the Erela stands supreme above all the rest. Known as the Dark One, Zohar has all but succeeded in erasing the name of the High King from the hearts and minds of everyone in Novus. It is now up to the rest of the Erela to stop his wrath.
In an unknown community tucked away in a hidden valley, an Erela recruits a young apprentice to help carry out their important mission. As Levi embarks on a dangerous quest to fetch a princess and bring her to Zion to fulfill her destiny, she is struggling to understand why she has been chosen to be the new Queen of Novus. After twelve-year-old Aliatta learns the truth about her identity, her life intertwines with Levi’s. As the pair begins the long trek to Zion, they have no idea that the Dark One’s fury has just begun.
The Quest for Hope begins an exciting saga of good versus evil as a young apprentice and a princess journey through a perilous land so she can fulfill her purpose to become their new queen.
When Gwen McAllister is accosted behind the soup kitchen where she volunteers, she wants to repay her homeless rescuer, so she talks him into going to her home for a meal. Despite her son’s and sister’s objections, she trusts Hunter.
Hunter Nash reluctantly goes with Gwen, but he leaves as soon as he can. With the baggage he carries, the widow and her three children don’t need him around. However, circumstances put them together again, and Hunter finds it hard to keep his feelings turned off and remain uncaring. But he’s determined to protect Gwen, even from himself.
Off The Streets is part 1 of Janice Cole Hopkins’ Another Chance series.
The series covers the 150 years of American history from 1945, when the United States took on the mantle of the number one world superpower, until 2095, when it has descended into a dystopia controlled by private citizen technocrats and governmental bureaucrats and the computers and drones they use to control a no longer free people.
Roslyn’s circumstances changed when her father died, and her mother fell ill. She didn’t know what would have happened if Asher, the woodcutter, had not helped them, however, the villagers think him dimwitted.
When some rogue knights try to harass Roslyn and her mother forbids her to see Asher again, things look even more dire, and her trips through the Dark Woods to see Grandmother become even more dangerous. Her grandmother keeps telling her to trust God, but will that be enough?
This classic fairy tale becomes a historical novella set in the Middle Ages. It will shed its magic and make-believe and take on a new reality that will keep readers turning pages until the end.
Talon, Come Fly with Me: Inspirational Story about Adventure and Growth
Nine year old Matica lives in a remote village on a dry plateau in the Andes of Peru with her Australian missionary and schoolteacher parents.
Matica has a growth handicap and is trapped in the body of a two year old, causing her to be rejected by the local people, who do not allow her to play with their children.
With patience and a sense of adventure, Matica befriends a pair of condors. A strong bond and love develops between them. She rescues the egg the condors, Tamo and Tima, are trying to protect from poachers and nurtures it to hatching.
The egg hatches on her 10th birthday. She names the new fledging Talon. This is the beginning of many incredible adventures with Talon and Matica. It is a story of hope, determination and love.
When her family situation worsens, Aileas Douglas runs away, but she’s unprepared for the Wyoming mountains. A friendly dog leads her to safety, but his master just might pose the most danger of all, especially to her heart.
Wounded in the Civil War and deserted by his betrothed, Ian MacGregor becomes a recluse in a remote cabin in Wyoming Territory. He thinks Aileas might be an angel when she appears beside his sickbed, but even later, he’s drawn to her in ways he doesn’t understand. However, no woman would ever be interested in him now, and he needs to protect himself from another heartbreak, but is this even possible where Aileas is concerned?
Mountain Storms can be read as a standalone or part ofthe trilogy. It does have a definite ending, although the family’s story continues.
Cassandra Pickett is one prayer away from giving up on God.
The tragic death of her father and the devastating results of the Great Drought of 1886 have centered the family ranch in the crosshairs of the Goose Neck Ridge Bank of Texas. Desperate to save the Triple P, Cassandra sees only one option: marriage to Phillip Brigham, the local cattle baron, who has promised to repay her father’s loan.
Matt Atkins is a man driven by his mission.
When the enigmatic cowboy shows up looking for a job, he convinces Cassandra that he’ll be an asset to the ranch. As they work side by side, Cassandra’s feelings for Matt deepen, and she envisions the possibility of marrying for love, not for necessity. But her dreams are shattered when she discovers that Matt harbors a hidden agenda for the Triple P. Will Cassandra have to turn to Phillip after all, or will God take the shards of her broken dreams and create something beyond what she dared hope for?