Exhumed: Gene’s Promise Of Revenge by Kimberly Morrison is a powerful Christian novel about redemption. It is the fourth book in the Created With Purpose series but can be read as a stand-alone as the background info needed is included in the story. I would recommend reading the books in order though.
Our upbringings shape us into the adults we become. We need to learn from our past but not live there.
Bitterness can consume us and drag us down. Bitterness infects every area of our lives but there is an antidote – love. When we let love live in our lives there is no room for bitterness.
Lives can always be redeemed by God. No one is ever too far from His reach. God will never turn His back on us. He longs to rescue each and everyone of us from our situations.
Exposed: Levi Delivers A Brother’s Love by Kimberly Morrison is a powerful contemporary Christian novel that will fill you with the heart and love of God.
There is the central theme of family. We are all connected through God’s family. Family is important to help us get through life. Family is not just united through blood but united through love.
“We all have a past, which shapes the person we become.” We cannot change our pasts but we do need to learn from them. Linking to our pasts is the theme of redemption. God can take our old, sinful lives, turn them around and make something new.
As we go through life our words and actions may shape others. “You plant the seeds and leave the watering to God.” You may never see the effect of your words sewn into the life of another.
Scarred: Haley’s Journey Home by Kimberly Morrison is a Christian tale of redemption and our faithful God. It has its roots in the Biblical stories of Job and also the Prodigal Son.
We see how the life choices we make can send us soaring or falling. Once we have reached rock bottom, it is hard to claw ourselves out if the pit in our own strength. People offer us a hand up but we do not always take it.
God offers us the free gift of forgiveness and grace. Often we do not believe that we deserve forgiveness but that is a lie from the enemy. God offers us all His free gift. The question is – will we receive it?
The sins of the fathers may be repeated down the generations but they don’t have to be. We can choose to break the chain.
Rooted: The Plight Of Willie The Red Wiggler Worm Farmer by Kimberly Morrison is a sweet contemporary Christian tale about belonging and love.
We all long to belong and to be loved. Sometimes life does not treat us kindly but we must be true to ourselves and to God. We do not want to fight hate with hate. We need to confront hate with love.
Willie, the main character, is kind. His soul is good. There is a calm, serene atmosphere surrounding him. He looks for the goodness in life.