Playing Jesus (Seeing Jesus Book 8)
He’s afraid his mom and her church will discover his sins. Maybe more afraid of facing the secrets he’s been trying to hide from himself. That’s too much to delve into alone. But what if he’s not alone?
Paul Baily is a daytime TV actor in Hollywood. His faith has been on hold for a few years as he focuses on his career. And he hasn’t been following all the rules church people generally expect. He’s still reeling from his father leaving when he was a kid, his brother overdosing and his sister succumbing to a mysterious illness. His faith was always too fragile to help him fully recover from any of that.
Paul goes home to comfort his mother after his sister’s death. His mom is all he has left. To please her, he takes the starring role in her church’s annual passion play. Jesus is someone Paul believes in. He can pretend to be him for his mother and for her big church.
Then one Saturday Paul discovers he is not alone in his small apartment. And the entire day is turned upside down by his astonishing visitor. Paul is sure no one will believe what’s happening to him. He’s not fully convinced himself. Until he meets a young woman who seems to recognize what he confesses to her.
The eighth novel in the Seeing Jesus series, Playing Jesus tells the story of an ordinary person having an extraordinary experience, an experience he has to see to believe.
Keep On Asking (The Prayer Rider Book 1): A Supernatural Christian Novel
His brother’s tragic accident drives him to his knees. As he begs for restoration he’s lifted beyond hope and imagination to where miracles are real.
He feels like his family is falling apart, their lives wrecked by the car that hit his little brother.
His brother in a coma, ten-year-old Josiah Winslow faces the hardest weeks of his life. Little Matty may not survive. If he does, he may have serious brain damage.
Praying. That’s what his family is doing, what their church is doing. As Josiah struggles to imagine the power of those prayers, a celestial visitor takes him on a miraculous ride into the realm where petitions rise toward heaven and enemies fight to oppose them.
Josiah’s glimpse into the spiritual battle zone inspires his faith. But it also reveals that Matty’s life is in the balance. What if people don’t pray enough? Or don’t have enough faith? What will Josiah do if Matty doesn’t wake up?
Keep on Asking is the first book in The Prayer Rider series. What happens when we pray? Why aren’t some prayers answered the way we hope or expect? One family’s experience, one boy’s journey, offers a portal into those mysteries, and hope for those willing to keep on asking, keep on seeking and keep on knocking.
The Woman Who Welcomes Angels (Sophie Ramos Book 3)
As she learns to war in the spiritual realm, both strangers and friends come to her for help. Can she meet such a great need? How long can she survive with the enemy’s target on her back?
Sophie Ramos has a calling and maybe even an obligation. But she can’t do any of it by herself. The team she traveled with the previous year was helpful. But she was just a guest, not a real member of that team. Can she form her own team of gifted people, skilled and committed to freedom for all who come to them?
Not everyone who seeks Sophie out is looking for spiritual liberation. An old nemesis has barged back into her life, bringing his own skills and his own team with him. Does Sophie have enough of the light she cherishes to overcome the darkness Maxwell Hartman brings with him?
The girl who sees angels has become a woman who welcomes angels. She has grown in her faith and grown in her gifts. Does she have what it takes to lead a team of spiritual warriors? Only God and Sophie know the answer to that. Though Detta certainly has an opinion.
This is Book Three in the Sophie Ramos series which began with The Girl Who Sees Angels.
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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