“It’s been a while since I read something so inspirational that it brought tears to my eyes. But that’s exactly what happened as I was finishing The Fourth Fisherman, by Joe Kissack.” Read the rest of Pastor Jeff Randleman’s book review.
The Fourth Fisherman, released March 13, has been called “inspiring” by two women bloggers. Susan Stabile writes: “This is a book you will pick up and not want to put down until you are finished with it. The writing is good, the story is compelling and the hand of God is evident throughout.” Laura, a homeschooling mother, writes: “Overall, this non-fiction selection provides inspiration for those who are in need of God’s abundant Grace, even if they do not know it yet. Or, like me, you might find it reaffirming what you already know and maybe have begun to act upon.”
Where will you go for help when the hurt runs deep?
Writing out of her own experiences of grief and triumph, Kay Arthur offers you wisdom, compassion, and hope as together you discover how God can use your pain to redeem you, not define you.
Serita Jakes and her novel The Crossing have been featured recently on The 700 Club, an original author article in the Huffington Post and a Q&A with Novel Rocket. Click here to view The 700 Club “In the Green Room” segment; here to read the Huffington Post article; and here to read her Q& A with Novel Rocket.
A blood-soaked mattress. A terrorist attack. Who among them is the traitor?
When someone threatens the safety of Seagrove Village, Beth doesn’t know who to trust. Is there a terrorist among her closest friends? Will the mystery be resolved and the truth revealed before it is too late?