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Eight At The Lake by Lin Stepp

Chasing The Storms Away

Eight At The Lake by Lin Stepp is the most charming contemporary Christian novel that will lodge in your heart and leave you smiling.

The novel is about love and family. Eight children need rules to ensure lives run smoothly. Far from constricting us, rules are there to keep us safe. The reader is reminded that God gave us rules to live by and to keep us safe.

There is so much love within the novel – there is the love within families and the love of God and for God. We hear of a character who has been born again, strengthening and rebuilding her relationship with God.

Sometimes our earthly fathers are not so great and we fear repeating their pattern of behaviour but “our mistakes don’t have to be yours.” We are not destined to repeat the generational sins.

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Light The Way by Lin Stepp

Positively Charming

Light The Way by Lin Stepp is a most delightful Christian contemporary tale and the first book in The Lighthouse Sisters series. I cannot wait for subsequent books.

The lighthouse plays a central role in the story. It reminds the reader that we are to shine God’s light into a dark world. We also see the pivotal role in rescue of the lighthouse’s light in illuminating those in trouble. Likewise, God looks out for us and will rescue us from our troublesome situations.

We are called to live out our faith. “Your strong faith has a good effect on me.”  We can never under estimate the effect our lives may have on someone else.

Family is important. When members of a family have problems, some run towards home, others run away for fear of parental disappointment. This reminds the reader that God longs for each of us to return to Him if we stray or mess up. He doesn’t want fear or embarrassment to keep us from His arms.

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Edisto Song by Lin Stepp

Great Is Thy Faithfulness

Edisto Song by Lin Stepp is a most delightful contemporary Christian novel and the final book in the Edisto Trilogy. It can be read as a stand-alone. I, however, enjoyed catching up with familiar faces.

Edisto is the place where God’s voice can be heard and characters can heal. The hustle and bustle of New York City was in direct contrast and was life-draining. Edisto is life sustaining where the community lives together, loves together and pulls together.

God still speaks through dreams today. When we hear His voice, we would be wise to listen.

When God gives us a gift, we must use it. The dreams he places in our hearts may be dashed by life but can be resurrected for His glory.

There is no room in our lives for both faith and fear to exist simultaneously. When we have faith, we do not need to fear because God has got us. He knows the end from the beginning and He will never leave us.

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