Celebrating ten years as a writer, Paula Wiseman's bestselling Covenant of Trust series and Foundation series have won wide acclaim. Along with homeschooling her kids and working on new projects, Paula blogs on matters of life and faith at www.paulawiseman.com.
A covenant is a solemn, binding agreement. God chose to unilaterally enter into a covenant with Abraham. No matter what Abraham said or did, God vowed to uphold the terms and bless Abraham. Marriage is a covenant of trust built on that example, where husband and wife promise to love each other and be faithful to each other until death. These books explore how that covenant between Bobbi and Chuck Molinsky endures through infidelity, trials, and tragedy that impacts every member of their family.
In the background of each story, God calls the characters to enter into a covenant of trust with Him, challenging them to place unwavering trust in His sovereignty, His purpose and His unfailing love for each of them.
Shannon finds readjusting to life at home is not easy as her family learns that her encounter with Dylan Snider was anything but consensual. Chuck's quest for justice unexpectedly forces him to reexamine his definitions of forgiveness and grace when events demand that he seek it from and offer it to the unlikeliest people.
When Brad Molinsky's life is cut short by a stray bullet, Bobbi, Chuck, Shannon and Jack struggle with grief, powerless, despair and anger. Yet, in their darkest moments, God sends hope and answers from the most unexpected places.
After years of believing Chuck's affair is behind them, Bobbi's marriage is tested again when Tracy Ravenna resurfaces. Tracy's not alone, though. Jackson Charles Ravenna is the newest student in Bobbi's first-grade class and the spitting image of her husband. When Chuck decides to pursue joint custody, they discover Jack isn't the only secret Tracy's been hiding.
Written in a friendly conversational style, this collection of devotions touches on every aspect of running from training and races to recovery and rest and connects them to the living the Christian life.
Bobbi Molinsky had it all--a successful husband, two great boys and a job she loved-- then she opens a stray email from the newest attorney at Chuck's firm and is blindsided by the discovery of his extramarital affair. If you want characters you instantly connect with, authentic struggles that are raw and honest, wrapped a story that pulls you in and won't let go, you want Contingency.