Verdict at the River’s Edge
What terrifies you?
In the dark recess of your soul, what is it that you’ve managed to avoid, to hide, to bury deep, never to be faced? And what if the Lord asked you to face that fear for no other reason than, “Because I’m asking?” What would you do?
Welcome to Collin Walker’s world.
Collin Walker, a social worker from the inner city of Oakton, Ohio comes to Camp Grace for what is billed as “an extreme sports camp.” Her single purpose: to show her ward, Rob Sider, that there is more to life than the streets “...show you can be strong and still love, win without cheating, and succeed in life without all the bells and whistles...” Collin has no way of knowing that God has other plans for her week: facing a lifelong terror of rushing rivers, and perhaps her greatest fear of all, the possibility of real love.
Jeff Farrell is the camp “go-to”man: janitor, tour guide, paramedic... Collin finds his easy banter, gentle humor and quick wit intriguing. As their paths cross over and over—and over and over—Collin finds herself drawn to him. When Rob picks whitewater rafting as his challenge and asks Collin to come along, Collin must muster all her rigid self-control and her faith to face her fear. But when a killer makes her his next target, which will she rely on to see her through?
Her strength? Or her faith? Can she “walk the talk” when the events of the week spiral out of her control?
Three hundred MILLION dollars. Your inheritance. Buy anything you want, go anywhere you want, do anything you want. All yours. Except…
You’re a social worker. How do you maintain “street cred” with the kids you’ve devoted your life to?
How will that kind of money affect the man you love
And then there’s your birth family. The ones that abandoned you to die at fourteen. The ones you suspect even now are trying to have you killed over the money. How do you share with them? Or do you?
What would Jesus do? What would He want you to do? Would you do it?
Welcome back to Collin Walker’s world...
Collin’s life has been both turned upside down and inside out. With her grandfather’s passing, she has been forced into a position she never wanted. Her inheritance of millions comes with baggage: Collin's father and his brothers have been fighting for it since before she was born. It is the very heart of the reason she’s been estranged from her family the past twelve years.
But now, with the will coming into effect, Collin must revisit all the old relationships and all the old traumas. She thought she had made peace with her past through the Lord. But when the past becomes the present, will she still forgive? Even if it’s her family that wants her dead?\
Join her and find out.
“Choose. One lives. One dies.”
What do you do when hope is all you have?
Is it really all you need?
Where is God when every choice looks dark?
Erin Winger’s finacée and his infant niece have been violently kidnapped. . The kidnappers don’t want money. They want revenge. And not against Erin or the baby’s mother. No, the kidnappers want revenge against Erin’s father. The father Erin and his sister put in prison three years ago. A cold-hearted man who has no interest in saving anyone.
Bound, gagged, and imprisoned in an abandoned shack in the deep of winter, can Erin’s fiancée and the baby survive? In the race between hypothermia and life, can they both endure the sub-freezing temperatures long enough for help to reach them?
After 35 years of bondage, can Dash Warren find the courage to break the strings of her husband's control? If she leaves, will he come after her? Which voice will determine her steps? Fear? Or the Lord leading her where she's never been before?
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