Books by Friends

Through the testing of this ministry you glorify God by your obedience to the confession of the gospel of Christ and by the generosity of your sharing with them and with all others…2 Corinthians 9:13 (NRSV).

cropped-11Several of my friends are authors and have written and published some delightful books. Read their books and buy copies to share with someone else. They are published by my favorite publisher.     

Lolly Learns About Love  by Beth S. Wilson

Six-year-old Lolly loves her family, but once in a while, she has a Lolly Lovebad day.  In this adorable story, she boldly shares one of those days. Based on Christian principles, this is a wonderful book for parents and children to enjoy during their together time. Lolly’s personality and the charming illustrations bring the story to life.    

Lolly Learns About Joy by Beth S. Wilson

Lolly JoyLolly is a precious six-year old who has experienced a loss. She struggles to find her joy while being so sad. Her father comes beside her and spends time with her while she learns how to cope. Lolly’s sensitive personality and the beautiful illustrations bring the story to life.

 

Take My Hand: Hope and Help for the Journey by Beth S. Wilson Hope and Help

Beth wrote this book with the sincere desire to offer hope and a helping hand for those going through crises based on her own experience as a breast cancer survivor. 

 

MockingbirdHow the Mockingbird Found His Tune by Sallie Gordon, “Grandma Salad” 

It is the second day after his creation and a small gray bird finds he doesn’t know
who or what he is. Worse yet, he doesn’t even know his tune; whatever that is…. On the advice of several different birds he flies east toward the rising sun to find Adam who can hopefully answer all his questions. Gray bird finds he is not alone in this bright new world and that it is populate with many helpful if not altogether friendly creatures.

Heal My Wounds; Leave My Scars by Lorraine Whoberry

Hear My Heart Publishing is pleased to announce the release of the detailed story of terror, trauma, and forgiveness by author Lorraine Reed Whoberry.  Heal My Wounds; Leave My Scars chronicles Lorraine’s experience of every parent’s worst nightmare.  cover LW.inddLorraine received a call to rush from work one frigid Friday afternoon to their home in a sleepy neighborhood outside Manassas, Virginia.  She arrived to find the most horrific crime scene imaginable: her older daughter, 16-year-old Stacie, had been brutally murdered, and her younger daughter, 14-year-old Kristie, had also been attacked, assaulted, and left to die.

Lorraine vividly remembers the terror, the frantic drive to the hospital where doctors would work to save Kristie’s life, and her desperation to find answers to questions no mother should ever have to ask.

That brutal winter finally passed. Now, many springs and summers have followed, slowly thawing Lorraine’s heart.  God, through the power of forgiveness, has provided redemption to the pain she and Kristie have experienced.