In three inspiring novellas, Christian Andersen is determined to be a godly man under any circumstances. In A Christian Christmas, Christmas will never be the same for Joy Knight if Christian Andersen has his way. Not to be confused with a secret Santa, Christian and his family are busier than Santa's elves making sure the Lord's blessings are distributed to those less fortunate by Christmas day. Joy is playing the hand that life dealt her, rearing four children in a home that is on the brink of foreclosure. She's not looking for a handout, but when Christian rescues her in the checkout line; her niece thinks Christian is an angel. Although Christian is a servant of the Lord, he is a flesh and blood man and all he wants for Christmas is Joy Knight. Can time spent with Christian turn Joy's attention from her financial woes to the real meaning of Christmas--and true love? In A Christian Easter, Christian and Joy Knight struggle with keeping Christ in Easter for their children. They soon learn their competition: chocolate bunnies, Easter baskets and fashion shows aren't going down without a fight. In A Christian Father's Day, there’s only one Father’s Day, but three fathers, and four children. Will the real dad please stand up? Christian Andersen is looking forward to spending his first Father’s Day with his blended family. But Father’s Day becomes more complicated than Christian or Joy, his wife, could have ever imagined, when the biological fathers of his adopted children threaten to ruin his special day. That's when Christian defaults to his Heavenly Father who guides him through the drama with a surprising outcome.
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Published September 24, 2013
Religion & Spirituality, Romance, Literature & Fiction.