Welcome to Finding Christ Through Fiction!
The Two Trees tells the beginning of the story, from the moment Eve opened her eyes to the point when she buried Adam over nine hundred years later. The first half starts quietly in the perfect Garden of Eden and builds in tension until the world is changed forever. The second half follows Adam, Eve and their children as they learn to deal with insurmountable challenges which lead to death and terrible grief. Yet they also learn the promise of a Coming One, who will deliver them from sin.
The Quest for Truth series follows the four Wikk kids in their desperate race to find the mysterious planet Ursprung and stop the Ubel renegades from misusing its long-lost secrets. Ancient cities, treacherous villains, high-tech gadgets, the Phoenix–encounter all these and more on this futuristic, interplanetary adventure.
Addie McCormick and Nick Brady team up together to solve the mystery of the suspicious man they see in Miss T’s attic. But they discover so much more: puzzling facts about the past and Miss T. Addie has to rely on her faith in the Lord and prayer as she and Nick discover the truth about the stranger in the attic.
Addie and Nick thought they had learned not to meddle in other people’s affairs. But when they meet Amy, Miss T’s live-in companion, their curiosity is peaked. Was Amy’s father really a spy during WWII?Why doesn’t Amy want them to see what is in her scrapbook? Brian, Nick’s old friend, joins Addie and Nick as they seek to uncover a fifty-year old secret. But after the scrapbook is stolen, there seems no way to solve the mystery. They have to depend on the Lord to help them and have faith that He will guide them.
The newspapers said it was an ACCIDENT. The FBI suspects it was MURDER. When an employee of retired NBA star Adrian Summers falls off a cliff, the situation reeks not of tragic misfortune but of intentional crime, committed by a fame-loving man who suddenly has secrets to hide. After coming embarrassingly close to bankruptcy, Adrian is found with money again—and lots of it—but isn’t saying a word about where it comes from.