Francine Rivers - Fiction - 2004 - 228 pages
Growing up in the shadow of younger brother Moses, Aaron carves a place for himself in biblical history in helping lead the Israelites to freedom and becoming high priest.
Francine Rivers - Fiction - 2001 - 185 pages
In Book Three of the series about women in the lineage of Jesus Christ, a retelling of the story of Ruth, Naomi, and Boaz demonstrates that God faithfully provides for His ...
Francine Rivers - Fiction - 2001 - 212 pages
Mary, an unwed, pregnant teenager, is thrilled to be bearing the Messiah and develops an obsession with her son, but she must come to terms with her faith if she is to accept ...
Francine Rivers - Fiction - 2005 - 242 pages
A fictionalized account of the life of the biblical figure Jonathan and his friendship with David also includes a Bible study.
Francine Rivers - Fiction - 2001 - 214 pages
A retelling of the biblical account of Bathsheba and David reveals their story through the eyes of Bathsheba.
Francine Rivers - Fiction - 2000 - 173 pages
The first in a five-volume series that brings to life women in the lineage of Jesus chronicles the story of Tamar and her father-in-law, Judah.
Francine Rivers - Fiction - 2007 - 231 pages
The story of Silas, the man behind the spotlight who recorded many of the New Testament scriptures read today, is told in a novella that lets readers grasp the scriptures in a ...
Francine Rivers - Fiction - 2006 - 213 pages
Examines the life of Amos and his relationship to Israel at a time when the ten tribes were enjoying great prosperity and military power, soon followed by complete destruction ...