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  1. A Box of Crosses

    / FEB 2018

    The Reverend Stirling McCutcheon is a Scottish Presbyterian minister who has been called to serve as senior pastor at Madison Avenue Presbyterian Church in Albany, New York. As one who has placed... read more »
  2. A Cedar Friend

    / OCT 2018

    One night during the midsummer toward the end of July, 1963, just several weeks before Dr. Martin Luther King delivered his “I Have a Dream” speech from the Lincoln Memorial and about... read more »
  3. A Land Without Sin

    / AUG 2013

    As revolutionary forces gather in the Lacandon jungle of southern Mexico in the fall of 1993, an idealistic American priest vanishes from his post in San Cristobal de Las Casas. The Church,... read more »
  4. A Moment in Time

    / NOV 2018

    John is a retired science professor who believes he has uncovered a cult conspiracy to brainwash the people in his town. After taking great precautions to protect himself from the group, he’s... read more »
  5. A New World

    No / JUL 2018

    Jim Meagher’s world as a young man in the Irish-American neighborhood of Riverdale, New York, in the 1950s was a familiar and comfortable one, defined by family, church, school, and... read more »
  6. A Rope for Judas

    / JUL 2019

    Judas Iscariot. The ultimate traitor. It was his kiss of greeting that signaled the temple officials to arrest Jesus of Nazareth and send him to his death. We all know the story: in exchange for a... read more »
  7. Across the Creek

    / AUG 2017




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  8. Altars of Tomorrow

    / FEB 2017

    Set in and around the boomtown of Creede, Colorado, in 1892, Altars of Tomorrow is the final chapter of the Deacon Coburn narrative that began in Days of Purgatory. It is a poignant... read more »
  9. Ann: A Story of Intolerance

    / MAR 2019

    Ann may have been a product of her times—she was certainly, if possibly unwittingly, a product of her grandmother Isabelle. While Ann may have been molded by external forces, Isabelle was a... read more »
  10. Arboretum

    / MAR 2018

    Timothy Martin is a respected lecturer in Astronomy who has spent most of his life trying to put behind him the trauma of a childhood dominated by ‘visions’. But the visions have... read more »

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