All these Christian authors have written inspirational stories that include the Amish or the Plain People. Which of them do you recommend to other readers' Choose as many as you like!
'The Cross and the Switchblade' was a groundbreaking example of faith-filled drama that inspired a generation of filmmakers.
Tara explains her goals writing the novel, shares how her faith impacts her stories, and reveals the surprising real-life inspiration behind the novel.
Jennifer reveals what she can’t tell us about the book, shares what she hopes readers will take away, and explains how she is able to write accurately about the Amish.
Lisa talks to FamilyFiction about what inspired the story, explains how she does her historical research, and reveals the hope behind the book.
For our FamilyFiction Collector’s Edition 20120 Summer Reading Guide, we asked our readers to weigh in on their favorite genre and their favorite Christian storytellers.
Thoughts on the power of story from Francine Rivers, Ted Dekker, Jody Hedlund, Frank Peretti, Shelley Shepard Gray, Charles Martin, Max Lucado, Becky Wade, and more.
Suzanne explains why she chose Maine as the setting for the series, (without spoilers!) shares a bit about main character, Madison and provides a clue for the relationship between Madison and her love interest.
DiAnn Mills' new book, Airborne, was originally scheduled for publication in September 2020.
Perhaps the question isn’t about the existence or nonexistence of the COVID-19 fear, but how we can be faithful in the midst of an extreme challenge.