Archive for March, 2014

Lighthouse Trails New Release: DANGEROUS ILLUSIONS (sequel to Castles in the Sand)

Mar 31st, 2014 Posted in new releases, PRODUCT SPOTLIGHT, Publishing News, SPECIAL OFFERS | Comments Off on Lighthouse Trails New Release: DANGEROUS ILLUSIONS (sequel to Castles in the Sand)

di-cover-lgEureka, MT – March 31, 2014

Lighthouse Trails is pleased to announce the release of Dangerous Illusions (the sequel to Castles in the Sand).

With the death of its long-time pastor, Sheep Gate Lane Church’s membership drops and is fast becoming a relic of the past. Desperate for a resurgence and renewal, the deacons cast a wide net, hoping to reel in a new and invigorating pastor. At the sudden appearance of young, handsome William “Chip” Davis, church attendance soars and the offering basket is full to overflowing. Loved by everyone, Chip’s vibrancy and his unconventional ideas are turning Sheep Gate Lane Church into the county center of a revival movement.

But insidious forces are at work behind the veneer of success. Subtly merging traditional Christianity with pseudo-Christian mysticism, Chip slowly reveals the wolf beneath his sheep’s apparel. When he is joined at the church podium by a mysterious nun who has evil plans of her own, the entire congregation is caught in the maelstrom of false religion and finds itself in a very real spiritual war.

In this sequel to the novel Castles in the Sand, you’ll meet again the characters you grew to love—weary Jacob Brown and his patient wife Margaret, stalwart Nathan, and a now world-wise Tessa who comes home to find herself the target of an unseen killer’s vengeance. Revealing the outward loveliness of spiritual deception, Dangerous Illusions is a taut thriller with an ultimate message of hope and deliverance through Jesus Christ.

 

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ISBN: 978-0-9895093-5-0
288 Pages, Softbound
$14.95, Quantity Discounts
Lighthouse Trails Publishing; www.lighthousetrails.com

Dangerous Illusions

Dangerous Illusions is Carolyn Greene’s second book. She has personally experienced the entry of the New Age movement and the contemplative prayer movement into today’s church. She lives in Canada and is a wife, mother, and grandmother. Carolyn A. Greene is the author’s pen name.

Zach Taylor is the co-author’s pen name. He is also the co-author of Stolen From My Arms (Lighthouse Trails, 2011).

RELEASE DATE: MARCH 31, 2014

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CLICK HERE TO READ CHAPTER ONE OF DANGEROUS ILLUSIONS

 


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WHAT OTHERS HAVE SAID ABOUT CASTLES IN THE SAND

[A] believable, action-packed plot … [a] fantastic effort. “Castles in the Sand ” is definitely an eye-opener!…Lighthouse is now a leading publisher of conservative Christian titles and serves a key role in a dwindling class of [publishing] houses that are not afraid to be politically incorrect. Major kudos to Lighthouse Trails Publishing for taking on this important project.–Jim Fletcher, WorldNetDaily

A great read. The author has real talent. Characters like Gramps are amazingly well-sketched. Good story lay-out too, with flashes of humor. The story makes what is happening in schools & churches clear in a way mere reporting can’t. E.L., Pennsylvania, US

An excellent story with an urgent message. Teenaged/college-aged girls will want to read this book because the main character is their age and they will be intrigued by “a mysterious young man who reaches out to help Tessa. Additionally, parents and grandparents of young adults will want to read the book because of the subtle implication of the spiritual danger involved in things such as lectio divina, contemplative prayer etc. And if their sons and daughters are in Christian colleges, these words are now likely a part of their children’s regular vocabulary, and naive, uninformed parents will immediately have their interest piqued when they read those words. D.H., Alberta, Canada

I’m on my second reading of Castles in the Sand. It is even better the second time!! The bonus book you sent me has been read by several people. Hannah [14 year old daughter] was the first to read the book in our house, and it equipped her to address her youth group about the terror of Avila. The leader was recommending they read Teresa of Avila’s work. Hannah spoke right up about how bad it is. You could hear a pin drop, the way the kids were so attentive. K.R., Kansas

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Book Review: In My Father’s House The Years Before the Hiding Place By Corrie Ten Boom

Mar 13th, 2014 Posted in Book/DVD Reviews | Comments Off on Book Review: In My Father’s House The Years Before the Hiding Place By Corrie Ten Boom

FHlargeReviewed by Ivanna Hernandez

Corrie Ten Boom’s delightful and excellently written book is full of significant biblical values that Corrie’s parents taught their children.

This book gives us a sneak-peak of what her life was like before the discrimination she suffered at the hands of the Nazis.

Corrie’s parents taught her at an early age to look to the Lord for all her needs, to turn to him in prayer and in times of trouble, and in everything seek His will.  She learned at an early age the power of prayer (James 5:16).

This book covers her childhood and her adulthood. Before I had started reading this book, I had seen the movie The Hiding Place, so I was curious as to how Corrie’s past had prepared her for her work daring to deify the Nazis along with her family.

The book is filled with wonderful and amusing memories of what her life was like when she was a little girl. The ten Boom family wasn’t perfect – they had their trials, joys, and struggles -but what I really appreciated throughout the whole book was that each of them strived to live for God’s glory in this sin fallen world.

In My Father’s House by Corrie ten Boom
Published by Lighthouse Trails
190 pages | $13.95
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