Emotional Counterfeiting

Emotional Counterfeiting

David White, Publisher Why do some things “land” emotionally and others fall flat?  So often we hear about our culture being desensitized to many things.  Violence, language, sex.  The list goes on.  I’m convinced that’s true.  But there are...
The City Mother

The City Mother

by Maya Sinha Fresh out of college, small-town crime reporter Cara Nielsen sees disturbing things that suggest, for the first time in her life, that evil is real. But as the daughter of two secular academics, she pushes that notion aside. When her smart, ambitious...
The Well of the Soul

The Well of the Soul

By Doug Powell A list of hiding places on a strip of papyrus found inside a mummy mask thrusts Graham Eliot, Ancient Near East scholar, into a hunt for the treasures of the second temple. The list has already cost the life of a colleague, and now he is being pursued...
Brother Wolf

Brother Wolf

By Eleanor Bourg Nicholson For Athene Howard, the only child of renowned cultural anthropologist Charles Howard, life is an unexciting, disillusioned academic project. When she encounters a clairvoyant Dominican postulant, a stern nun, and a recusant English nobleman...
Delia and the Drifter

Delia and the Drifter

By Melody Carlson An arranged marriage to save the family from ruin? Delia Blackstone knows what her mother is up to—she intends to marry her off to an older man who is all fortune and no future. And Delia’s having none of it.When a mysterious visitor appears on the...
A Closer Look at … Christian Romance

A Closer Look at … Christian Romance

Why We NEED Christian Romance By Roseanna M. White Christian Romance has taken a lot of flack over the years—from being equated with evil by some church leaders to just being dismissed by the intelligentsia. Authors of the genre have had to fight for respect, for...
Emotional Counterfeiting

Stories Change the World

David White, Publisher At WhiteFire we believe that stories change the world.  It’s a bit of a foregone conclusion from our point of view – one that we’re entirely sold out to.  But because its important to understand why a thing is (or, some would say,...

Unplanned (Movie Review)

I got to see an early screening of Unplanned.  I was prepared to be shocked.  That was, after all, what all the hype was about.  But shock isn’t what I got.  I got dread.  I was expecting to be told what was happening – to watch the character...

Charities

Our Chosen Charities  We love books. In part because they’re just awesome (you know it’s true), but also because we know that stories have the power to change hearts and minds. And we want to do God’s work in this world so desperate for Him. Of...
Macy

Macy

Macy by April McGowan Independent…or Alone? Macy longed for independence her whole life. Maybe marrying Arthur to escape her home hadn’t been the best plan, but it seemed good enough at the time. Now, pregnant and abandoned in a diner far from anyone she knows,...
Shades of Light

Shades of Light

Shades of Light by Melody Carlson First there are shades of sorrow, then shades of hope. Will Gwen find shades of light? When her only child leaves home for college, widowed Gwen Sullivan discovers just how lonely an “empty nest” can be. How will she adjust and...
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