P. V. Mack
Born in a small town in Georgia, P. V. Mack, along with his mother and four siblings, lived in his grandparents’ shotgun house in a mill village. Eleven people occupied the two-bedroom house rented from the textile mill where his grandmother worked. After his father abandoned the family, P.V.’s grandfather, a musician and songwriter who painted houses to care for his family, became the inspiration for Mack’s creative bent. When his mother remarried, the brood moved to a residence built underneath the screen of a drive-in theater. After high school, his college aspirations were postponed due to military service that included a year in Vietnam. Afterward, he returned to Georgia, earned a degree in Journalism, and began a career in advertising that would span more than 35 years. He has been married for 26 years to his lovely wife, Laurie. They have two wonderful sons, 23 and 19. Recently retired from an advertising agency, the author has published a print book about faith (Faith is a Three-Legged Stool) and has written six novels. He spends his spare time working with his wife in a resale business, and enjoys hobbies such as backpacking and journalling. He occasionally teaches Christian classes at church and at a street mission.
At First Sight
Harry Wright’s dream seems fulfilled when he meets Lily Beaulieu, until an explosion destroys his memory and every clue to her identity. When his memory returns, she is gone. And finding her depends on discovering one final element: reality.
When Jake Moore sees a photo in the L. A. Times of a NYC street preacher called Holy Joe – reportedly a miracle worker -- he recognizes him as John Smith from his hometown. John was not exactly voted most likely to turn any city on its ear. Intrigued, Jake is assigned to get the elusive preacher’s exclusive story, but runs headlong into the kind of danger that only a miracle can save him from.
Reward of the Wicked
The work of a social gospel missionary in Central America is broadsided when an evangelist brings truth to the area. Not only are the conversions of his own "people," his cultic enemy, and a presumed unreachable witch doctor a slap in his ineffective ministry’s face, but the teacher running his school is a drug cartel member. His cushy pastoral life is over. And death comes calling with vengeance.
Where the Rivers Flow
Maisie Slaughter worships God in a way some call dangerous to the community. Though she is friendless and shunned, Adam Woods sees only beauty and wonder in her. When a man seeks revenge for a crime nearly twenty years old, Maisie and Adam face near certain destruction. Nevertheless, Adam refuses to let Maisie be destroyed, even if it means that in the process, he will be.
Faith is a Three-Legged Stool
Faith is your only means of pleasing God. Not only can you know whether your faith is pleasing to Him, you must know. You must not accept anything less than genuine faith, which comes directly from the Word of God as taught by the Holy Spirit. No other way exists to have genuine faith. This book will guide you in developing genuine faith, faith that is pleasing to God.
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