Susannah's convinced that God has called her to the mission field. That's why she's serving him with single-minded focus in Orchard Grove, waiting for the day when she can leave....
With their marriages as much in need of restoration as the town, Claire and Patsy embark on a mission of mishaps and miscommunication, determined to restore warmth to Chapel Springs....
A three-in-one bundle of suspense and excitement as missionary kid Kennedy Stern faces more danger, mystery, and controversy than this anxiety-prone college student knows how to handle....
From a vineyard in the south of France to the sophisticated city of Paris, Ella Moreau searches for the hope and love she lost as a young girl when her mother abandoned the family....
When the chef of Sunset Paradise Retirement Village ends up dead, life for sisters Fern and Zula Hopkins is whipped into a froth....
Stephanie Walker lives a peaceful life until her undependable and dishonest father, Marty Walker, suddenly arrives at her home, pleading with Stephanie to come with him....
Angel wants only one thing - the very thing Marita has already given Jim. Worst of all, Angel fears that Jim's sudden desire to be a full-time father to Charli means he's given up hope of starting a family with her.
Marita has no intention of losing custody to Jim, the man who initially abandoned them. But in the battle for Charli, Marita is almost certain she will lose. Limited resources and a questionable reputation threaten her standing as the best parent to raise her daughter.
Both women are determined to keep their families together...but at what cost?
What did you love best about Casting the First Stone?
I love the fact that Casting the First Stone is a well written Christian book. Christian Values, wonderful characters, and a great story line... that makes this book worth the read!
What other book might you compare Casting the First Stone to and why?
I don't know, as I haven't read too many Christian books as of late. But I would still recommend the book to read.
What about Beth McIntosh’s performance did you like?
Beth has a great voice that brings the book to life.
If you could take any character from Casting the First Stone out to dinner, who would it be and why?
Charli. I would take Charli to dinner, as I would have liked to get to know the 12 year old much better.
Any additional comments?
Thanks to audioboom and audible for a great chance to read the book! I was able to read the book for free thanks to audioboom and audible. And since I am allowed to give an honest opinion... I can enjoy the book one way or another.
Nice balance between humor and the real struggles that often surround families. I really enjoyed the narrator's depiction of the various characters and found the last chapters to be real real page turners.
This is a good heartwarming story with Christian values. The characters aren't perfect, but the relationships between the characters are heartfelt. I like how the author wove Christian beliefs into their everyday lives and showed that Christians aren't perfect, but flawed. I look forward to listening to other books by Lisa Lawmaster Hess.
I received this audio book in exchange for an honest and unbiased review.
Casting the First Stone was a well written Christian book. It's getting hard to find christian audio books and this one was very good and the narrator was great. This audiobook was provided by the author at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review courtesy of Audiobook Blast.
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