Jotham may be the slowest of Jesus’ disciples, but through him, we come to see not just with our eyes, but also with our hearts.
Fans of The 100 and Runaway’s and The Gifted will find this YA story riveting.
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Chesterton will swoop down, carry you away, pour tonic down your throat and tickle you until you start to laugh
Leaf by Niggle isn’t nearly as well-known as LOTR and The Hobbit, but it is as beautiful and moving in its own way.
Tales of courage, compassion and virtue in compelling and naturally engaging Y.A. short stories.
Bereft of a mother & betrayed by his twin, Jarret fights for a place to call home, unaware a supernatural war threatening to damn him to hell itself.
Keefe hides his call to the priesthood and no matter how much Jarrett tries he still gets into trouble. Can the brothers find their courage?
What if the Multi-verse were not a theory to disprove God? What if he created it, and all humanity must unite to fight the powers of Babel?
Marco thought his problems were over when he took on the vampire council, until he gets bit by a werewolf. Will this ruin things with his vampire girlfriend?