Cottonwood 1875. Out from under her domineering mother and into an apartment above her workplace, Maggie Taylor finally blossoms into the woman she feels God wants her to be. She revels in her independence and doesn't want any sort of entanglement with a man.
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Lydia Walcott is on the run. With a broken arm and a wounded spirit, she is escaping the hands of her cruel brother and the marriage he has arranged. She's running to the unknown, praying God will lead her steps. Seeking shelter from an ice storm in a livery stall, Lydia goes to sleep, hoping that in this small town of Cottonwood she'll find a job, a place to live, and friends.
The Civil War has been over for two years. Two young women step off the train in Stones Creek, Colorado at the same time. One is returning to the family and ranch she loves, the other starting a new life leaving the memories which haunt her behind. Norie is finally back on the Colorado ranch she loves. She had spent the Civil War years in Indiana going to school. Norie is anxious to get back on her horse and gallop across the range.
Leah is trying to flee her memories of the Civil War. She moves to Stones Creek, Colorado, in 1867, following the death of her surgeon father. She had followed along as he treated Union soldiers in battle after battle. All she wants to do is forget, especially the handsome physician whose career she knows she destroyed. How can she have peace knowing she is responsible for his scars? How could God have lead her to a town where the one person she wanted to forget lives, works, and wants to be her friend?
The life of Yeshua the Messiah as you've never seen it before. From the moment of his birth until past his resurrection, Micah and Dassa witness the life of Yeshua the Messiah. The young couple were friends with Joseph and Mary while they lived in Bethlehem. Through the years they shared joys and sorrows. Then Yeshua became a rabbi and the world has never been the same.