Serving Jesus (Seeing Jesus Book 9)
Her grandmother has told her so many stunning, miraculous stories. Now it’s her turn to live with that same wonder, to see some miracles of her own.
Bethany Hight has followed her heart toward a dream of her own and away from her mother’s ambitions for her. Instead of bright lights on shiny stages, Bethany aspires to teach music to children. She will have to pursue her own dream without the support of her mother, including working in a diner.
She does, however, have the support of her dad, her friends, her church and her grandma. When that grandmother develops heart trouble late in Bethany’s semester, she must decide whether to skip finals to be at Grandma’s side. But an astonishing visitor assures her that her grandma will be fine as she finishes the school year. And that stranger accompanies her on a fateful visit to Bethany’s favorite relative.
Serving Jesus is the ninth book in the Seeing Jesus series. It tells the story of Bethany, who is Gladys Hight’s granddaughter—Gladys the focus of book two, Hearing Jesus.
I Am Not Alone In Here: A Supernatural Christian Novel
Alone with memories of his wife, he confronts a monstrous fear. A fear that he is actually not alone.
When a shape-shifting creature appears on his stairway, or just appears in his imagination, Mike Merriweather questions his sanity. Is he no longer alone in his house? Has his self-imposed isolation finally broken him? Or is he just a children’s book author with a very elaborate imagination?
He has been working from home for years. Living alone for the last two of those years. He jokes around with his next-door neighbor. But there are things happening in his house that he dares not share with his neighbors or family.
Does he really want to know who that monster is? Whether the beast is real? Does it matter? The monster is about fear, apparently. Maybe that’s what Mike should be dealing with.
With his sense of humor still intact, he confronts the pain of loss in the past and his fears about the future. He even discovers that not being alone can sometimes be a good thing.
Keep on Seeking (The Prayer Rider Book 2)
His mother used to be so clever and so present. Now she forgets things, even the names of her children. Where has she gone? Can her family get her back?
Josiah Winslow takes leave from his company, turning it over to his partner so he can go home and be with his dad and his mom. At thirty-five Josiah is a successful entrepreneur. At Sixty-three his mom is too young to be succumbing to Alzheimer’s.
He’s never heard of anyone being healed of Alzheimer’s. Is it too hard? Too much for prayers to affect? Too hard for God?
On his flight home, he falls asleep in his first class seat. And he has a dream like the revelations he experienced when he was ten.
About Jeffrey McClain Jones
As a small boy in Lincoln, Nebraska, I listened enrapt to my grandmother reading me children’s stories, such as The Little Engine That Could. I also recall the elementary school librarian who read us Winnie the Pooh, imitating all the voices. And I remember the first summer I was allowed to ride my bike to the library on my own.
Writing started for me in school. Teachers encouraged me to pursue what they perceived as a gift. For me, my imagination was a challenge as much as a gift. I found the real world so much less enthralling.
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