“Jeanette Windle is a top-notch storyteller”—PUBLISHERS WEEKLY

“You can’t finish a Windle novel without being deeply moved and better informed about the world around you.”—ROMANTIC TIMES

Forever Faith: The Abe Cruz Story by Abe Cruz and Jeanette Windle:

Like a scene from a movie, Abe Cruz was living a life of luxury, cars, clubs, and women one day and the next was busted, broken, and facing a thirty-year prison sentence. Raised by a single mother in a drug-and-gang infested neighborhood of Los Angeles, Abe found his ticket out in competitive sports. All-American by his teens, he believed in his destiny to become a professional athlete. When an injury ended that dream, a downward spiral of events led to the worst decision of his life. But hitting rock-bottom on the hard concrete of a prison cell proved the ultimate blessing. Flat on his back, all Abe could see was up. There he discovered the true mindset of champions—faith. Not just faith in your own strengths, smarts, and talents, but faith that puts God first and self second. In Forever Faith, Abe Cruz shares his journey to zero and back to let readers know there is a way through the tough times, tragedies, disasters, even their own mistakes and failures, to an incredible God-blessed future. That’s living the Mindset-of-Champions. That’s Forever Faith! – 2021 Christian Market Award Memoir of the Year, 2021 Golden Scroll Finalist, Memoir Category

Jessica’s Story:

When Peter and Paulette Teague’s third child Jessica was diagnosed with a severe developmental disability, the young couple was devastated. Marriages with disabled children end overwhelmingly in divorce, they were advised. Just place her in an institution and get on with your lives. Instead, Peter and Paulette made the conscious choice to keep marriage and family together. If God had created Jessica and chosen them as her parents, He’d also known He could trust them to love her regardless of disabilities. Little could Peter and Paulette have dreamed then that through Jessica God would raise up a ministry which today provides respite, care, and guidance for hundreds of families with special needs members. With a foreword by Joni Eareckson Tada.

All Saints:

Newly ordained, Michael Spurlock’s first assignment is to pastor All Saints, a struggling church with twenty-five devoted members and a mortgage well beyond its means. The best option may be to close the church rather than watch it wither any further. But when All Saints hesitantly risks welcoming a community of Karen refugees from Burma, the coming together of two groups from opposite sides of the planet into one community under God ultimately becomes the salvation of both and the true miracle of All Saints. Discover the true story that inspired the film.


The Amish School Shooting, a Mother’s Love, and a Story of Remarkable Grace: When a gunman entered an Amish one-room schoolhouse, shooting ten girls, killing five, then finally taking his own life, no one could have foreseen beauty emerging from such dark ashes. But Forgiven, the story of gunman Charlie Robert’s mother Terri, is, surprisingly, a story of hope and joy–of God revealing his grace in unexpected places. From the grace that the Amish showed Terri’s family from day one to the lasting relationships Terri has built with the victims and their families, this is above all a story of love, community, and forgiveness forged from the fires of tragedy.

Congo Dawn:

When a multinational corporation with unlimited funds hires on a private military company with unbridled power, how far might they be willing to go with the planet’s ultimate “conflict mineral” up for grabs?  Especially in a Congolese rainforest where governmental accountability is only too cheaply for sale. A veteran in handling corruption and conspiracy, former Marine lieutenant Robin Duncan has never had any trouble discerning good guys from bad. But when her security team is sent to track down an insurgent killer, Robin faces a man who broke her trust years ago and discovers that gray areas extend deeper into the jungle than she anticipated. As a vicious global conspiracy emerges, run by brutal men who don’t leave witnesses alive, Robin must decide if there is anyone left she can trust. And where is God in the suffering and injustice? How is it possible followers of Yesu (Jesus) caught in the crossfire can still rejoice when everything they hold dear is ripped away?

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Freedom’s Stand:

Jamil renounced a life of jihad when he encountered the life-changing message of Isa Masih [Jesus Christ]. But his new mission as an itinerant health worker among the hills of Afghanistan is met with skepticism and even violence. Returning to Afghanistan, relief worker Amy Mallory is shocked by the changes in her organization—changes with dire implications for the women and children under her care. And concern for her former assistant, Jamil, weighs heavily on her heart. Former Special Forces veteran Steve Wilson faces off against the riots and corruption of Kabul’s upcoming election. He’s looking for something that will give his life purpose but is confident that he won’t find it in Afghanistan.  All three are searching for love and freedom. But in a country where political and religious injustice runs rampant, the cost of either may be higher than they realize. Will any one of them be willing to pay the ultimate price?

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Veiled Freedom:

Kabul, 2001—American forces have freed Afghanistan from the Taliban. Kites have returned to the skies. Women have removed their burqas. There is dancing in the streets.

Eight years later, Afghanistan is a far cry from those first images of a country freed from Taliban rule. When Special Forces veteran Steve Wilson returns to Kabul as security chief to the Minister of Interior, he is disillusioned with the corruption and violence that has overtaken the country he fought to free.  Relief worker Amy Mallory arrives in Afghanistan ready to change the world. She soon discovers that as a Western woman, the challenges are monumental. Afghani native Jamil returns to his homeland seeking work, but a painful past continues to haunt him. All three are searching for truth and freedom when a suicide bombing brings them together on Kabul’s dusty streets. But what is the true source of freedom—and its cost?

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Fires smolder endlessly below the dangerous surface of Guatemala City’s municipal dump. Deadlier fires seethe beneath the tenuous calm of a nation recovering from brutal civil war. Anthropologist Vicki Andrews is researching Guatemala’s ‘garbage people’ when she stumbles across a human body. Curiosity turns to horror as she uncovers no stranger, but an American environmentalist and Vicki’s only sister, Holly. With authorities dismissing the death as another street crime, Vicki begins tracing Holly’s last steps, a pilgrimage leading from slum squalor to the breathtaking and endangered cloud forests of the Sierra de las Minas biosphere. But every unraveled thread raises more questions. What betrayal connects Holly’s murder, the recent massacre of a Mayan village, and the long-ago deaths of Vicki’s own parents?

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A missing helicopter and tons of hijacked cocaine are just part of the maelstrom awaiting Sara in her new life. Following a whirlwind romance and impromptu wedding, she is whisked off to her husband’s palatial family estate in Bolivia. Cultural differences and family adjustments are no match for her fierce love for Nicolas. But Sara soon opens a Pandora’s box of questions surrounding the Cortez family’s billion- dollar business, becoming ensnared in a deadly clash between her new family, a drug cartel, and the DEA. Driven by heart-pounding drama and supported by compelling realism and precise detail, CrossFire catapults you into an all-too-real world of intrigue and danger . . . captivating and mesmerizing you from first page to last. Experience first-hand the inexorable forces and critical choices that draw Sara relentlessly into the CrossFire.

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The DMZ:

More than a decade after the end of the cold war has chilled the Marxist rebel movements around the world, one hot spot remains-Colombia.
The inexplicable loss of three major U.S. assets draws the attention of the world to the Colombian demilitarized zone. Are the local Colombian rebels responsible? Or is a deadly Middle Eastern secret cloaked by the jungle canopy of the DMZ.
Among the contingent of politicians and media headed for the DMZ is reporter Julie Baker, whose parents had been missionaries in Colombia. Old hurts and terrors resurge as she revisits the place of her birth—and her parents’ deaths. When Julie’s own abduction by guerrillas triggers a time bomb that has been ticking under the feet of the U. S. for a decade, she is left with more questions than answers.
With the fate of two countries resting in her hands, Julie must put aside her own terror to face just what God’s call to sacrifice will mean for her past and her increasingly uncertain future.

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If you thought Sara Conner was safe . . . think again. Sara narrowly escaped the ruins of the Cortez drug empire to find sanctuary in Miami. But is she really safe? And what of special agent Doug Bradford? Can a relationship formed under fire survive the stress of Doug’s dangerous profession?
When old enemies resurface, the trail of suspicion leads to the lawless Tri-Frontier region of South America where drug-dealing, smuggling, and terrorism hide behind the tourist trade of Iguazu Falls, the world’s greatest cascades. A routine drug raid catapults Sara and Doug into a raging firestorm that sweeps across international borders . . . and this time the flames of terror burn in their homeland.

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Just weeks after the devastation of September 11, 2001, the media splashed John Weaver’s face across TV screens as an aid worker serving on the front line of Afghanistan’s civil war. Among the few Americans born in Kabul before the Soviet invasion, Jeanne Bonner returned to her birthplace after 9/11, committed to serve the Afghan people. Neither was searching for love and marriage. But God had His own plans. John and Jeanne’s astonishing love story–a match made in heaven–holds the action, drama, suspense, and romance of an exciting epic tale. Ultimately, their inspiring love story beautifully illustrates a far greater one–God’s redeeming love and passionate pursuit of His own Bride.

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