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‘The Devoted’ iPad Mini Giveaway

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You’re invited back to Stoney Ridge for a story of dreams deferred and hopes fulfilled in The Devoted. Bright, curious, and restless, Ruthie Stoltzfus loves her family but is stuck in a sea of indecision about her future: Should she stay Amish? Or should she leave? She’s done all she can to prepare to go–passed the […]

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God Bless Us Everyone Book Review

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In God Bless Us Everyone, Charlene Dixon—called Charlie by family and friends—is devastated at the recent loss of her job. About God Bless Us Everyone For the last five years, the twenty-seven-year-old has blossomed as the activities director of an exclusive all-girls school. But when a misunderstanding with the headmistress leads to a pink slip […]

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Starving Hearts Book Review

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In Starving Hearts, Miss Annette Chetwynd has been plagued by nightmares and worries about an arranged marriage. About Starving Hearts She yearns to find her anonymous rescuer. Unfortunately, her health and intellect prevent it. Both repel suitors and cause Annette to doubt God’s existence, at least until He answers her prayers in an unusual way. […]

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Janine Mendenhall’s ‘Starving Hearts’ Prize Pack Giveaway

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Will Annette’s search for love and acceptance replace the loss and hurt in her heart? Find out in Janine Mendenhall’s book one, Starving Hearts, of the Triangular Trade Trilogy. Since her assault, Miss Annette Chetwynd has been plagued by nightmares and worries about an arranged marriage. But she yearns to find her anonymous rescuer. Unfortunately, her health and […]

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Service Tails

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In Service Tails, Heart-tugging true stories of the courage, faith, and loyalty of remarkable service dogs. About Service Tails Not all heroic dogs wildly toss themselves into lifesaving situations. Some save lives simply by their incredible commitment to duty and service. Some lead the way to independence for people whose disabilities were supposed to limit […]

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