The Crimson Cord: Rahab's Story (Daughters of the Promised Land, #1)

Wife to a gambler who took one too many risks, Rahab finds herself sold as a slave to cover her husband s debt Forced into prostitution by Dabir, counselor to the Syrian king, Rahab despairs of ever regaining her freedom and her self respect But when Israelite spies enter Jericho and come to lodge

Jerusalem's Queen: A Novel of Salome Alexandra (The Silent Years, #3)

Born in the small village of Modein, a town made famous by the warrior Maccabees, Salome Alexandra knows better than to harbor grand dreams for her future She pales in comparison to her beautiful older sister, and though she learns to read at an early age, girls are not valued for their

Keep It Shut: What to Say, How to Say It, and When to Say Nothing at All

Keep It Shutby Karen Ehman explores how to better control your tongue, knowing what to say and how to say it, and realizing when it is best to say nothing at all From Bible times to modern times women have struggled with their words What to say and how to say it What not to say When it is best

Judah's Wife: A Novel of the Maccabees (The Silent Years #2)

Seeking peace and safety after a hard childhood, Leah marries Judah, a strong and gentle man, and for the first time in her life Leah believes she can rest easily But the land is ruled by Antiochus IV, descended from one of Alexander the Great s generals, and when he issues a decree that all Jews

A Passionate Hope: Hannah's Story (Daughters of the Promised Land, #4)

Hannah and her husband, Elkanah, share a deep and abiding love, for each other, for their God, and for his tabernacle at Shiloh Greatly disturbed by the corruption of the priests, they long for restoration and pray for a deliverer But nothing changes as the years pass Years that also reveal

The Red Tent

Her name is Dinah In the Bible, her life is only hinted at in a brief and violent detour within the familiar chapters of the Book of Genesis that are about her father, Jacob, and his dozen sons Told in Dinah s voice, this novel reveals the traditions and turmoils of ancient womanhood the