A pit to pinnacle story of hope.
A dysfunctional family and the tragic loss of parents, wife, and child lead to alcoholism, homelessness, and a prison's mental ward. So how does he become the winningest high school football coach in North Carolina history?
A heart's journey across time and space. Two wars on his country's neutral soil, the horror of the Nazi death camps, and the jungles of Africa separate a heroic young Belgian from the Jewish girl he loves . . . a girl he has never met. Will he ever find her? Is she even alive?
1 Corinthians 13
The world is saturated in lies - corrupt, lost, and blind. Evil has been waiting for this moment. A bioterrorist attack goes horribly wrong and the human species faces inevitable extinction. The last survivors assemble to face the last days together, unable to reproduce. Is this the end?
She is running hard in the wrong direction -- her soul is lost and her body is enslaved. An odd couple rescues the abandoned Sioux woman from certain death, but her demons want more than flesh and blood. Will she find the way out?
A recurring dream compels a young Inuk -- stranded in the High Arctic -- to devote his life to the cause of his people. Will they survive? Will he? What becomes of the young girl who disappeared? Will the Inuit people eventually find their voice?
A collection of short stories
told on the long road
from here to there.
Hope springs eternal in a young boy’s spirit as he navigates the twists and turns of life as a postal delivery boy in the remote mountains of North Carolina. Set during the post-depression war-time years, we connect with the essence of a peculiar pocket of southern Appalachia as it truly was and, as we journey, savor the mystical potency of the hopes and dreams we collectively share. John’s River Road is a distinctive blend of miseries, miracles, chuckleries, and homiletic tonics guaranteed to nourish the reader’s soul.
Five dysfunctional misfits (the "Forgotten") find themselves stranded together in a strange house after Hurricane Katrina sweeps them miles away. Eight days later, they are rescued and emerge singing psalms of praise. How did they survive? What are their stories, What happened to change them? Was it a miracle?
A beautiful woman displays passionate grit as she defends her love for nature and fervent belief in racial harmony. Painfully shy and carrying an odd name, she has it in her heart to succeed in the timber business. Her place and time in the world—Alabama’s exploited forests and male-dominated timber industry during the post-industrial revolution and civil liberty wars—describes the setting and the conflicts she must face. Her story is a unique tale of raw courage, fervent determination, indomitable spirit, and faith.
A weeping warning
Book of Jeremiah
© J.A. Sloan