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Looking Out the Window: Barbara Britton Enjoys Bringing Little Known Bible Characters to Light. She Introduces Lioness: Mahlah's Journey. Gives Away a Copy.

  A Warm Welcome to Barbara Britton Are you familiar with the daughters of Zelophehad? Let us know and you will be entered into a giveaway of an e-Book or print copy (U.S. residents) of  Lioness: Mahlah’s Journey.  To enter to win leave your answer and an email address below. Thank you for having me on your blog today, Gail. It's my pleasure. Thanks for sharing Bible verses and a yummy recipe with us. My favorite Bible verses have always been Philippians 4:6-7. How can one not like a verse that says “Do not be anxious about anything…”  After I received a breast cancer diagnosis, I added the preceding verses to my favorites. Philippians 4:4-5 says: “Rejoice in the Lord always. I will say it again: Rejoice! Let your gentleness be evident to all.” How does one rejoice with cancer? I knew no matter the outcome of my diagnosis that I would be with God in Heaven. My eternal life starts on this earth, doing life with Jesus each day. I also had my church family and Christians all over the

Looking Out the Window: Sherri Stewart Traveled to the Netherlands to Research A Song for Her Enemies, her latest book. She'll Give Away an e-Book

  A Warm Welcome to Sherri Stewart To enter to win the e-Book of A Song for her Enemies leave a comment and an email address below. Hi Sherri, tell us a little about yourself.  I am a learner, and I like to learn unusual things. For example, I study three languages every day: Dutch, French, and Welsh. Why? I traveled to the Netherlands for A Song for Her Enemies , and we stayed in Haarlem where the story takes place, as well took side trips to Amsterdam and the concentration camp, Vucht. I will be returning to the Netherlands—God willing—in September to research the sequel to A Song . My son and I were supposed to travel to Wales last August but had to cancel due to stupid COVID. But the Welsh language is so stunning, I can’t stop practicing it every day on Duolingo.  Tell us about your latest book.  After Nazi soldiers close the opera and destroy Tamar Kaplan’s dream of becoming a professional singer, she joins the Dutch Resistance, her fair coloring concealing her Jewish heritage. T

Looking Out the Window: Stories Run Through Erin Stevenson's Head Most of Her Waking Hours. Today, She Talks About Sisters Ever After. Gives Away A Copy

A Warm Welcome to Erin Stevenson Erin will give away an e-Book or a print book (U.S. residents) of Sisters Ever After. Winner's choice.   To enter to win leave a comment and an email address below. Hi Erin, first, tell us a little about yourself. I’m Erin, just a child of the King. I have four grown children and three grands. I live in central Iowa and enjoy puttering in my yard, which mostly equates to pulling weeds. My secret indulgence is regular M & Ms.  Were you an avid reader as a child? If so, what did you read? I read everything that was appealing to a child of the 60s. When the teacher unpacked the Scholastic book order each month, she gave each child their 2-3 books and then handed the box with the remaining dozen+ books to me.  Tell us about your latest book. This book is called Sisters Ever After and is very close to my heart. Without giving away anything, it’s a story about learning to trust God’s timing. Two people meet under circumstances that pit them against o

Looking Out the Window: The American Christian Fiction Writers March New Releases

  More in-depth descriptions of these books can be found on the  ACFW Fiction Finder website Biblical: Miriam’s Song  by  Jill Eileen Smith  -- In her eventful lifetime, Miriam was many things to many people: protective older sister, song leader, prophetess, leper. But between the highs and the lows, she was a girl who dreamed of freedom, a woman who longed for love, a leader who made mistakes, and a friend who valued connection. (Biblical from Revell - A Division of Baker Publishing Group)   Contemporary Romance: Amish Midwives  by  Amy Clipston  -- From bestselling authors of Amish Fiction come three sweet stories about new life, hope, and romance. (Contemporary Romance from HarperCollins Christian Publishing) A Brother’s Promise  by  Mindy Obenhaus  -- He didn’t realize he wanted a family… Until he suddenly became a single dad. After his sister’s death, rancher Mick Ashford’s determined to ensure his orphaned niece, Sadie, feels at home. And accepting guidance from Christa Slocum is