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Hope Is Born! A Mosaic Collection Anthology.

If you’ve gone through my blog, you’d notice several books from the Mosaic Collection. A group I’m truly delighted to be part of because I’ve made friends there and they have encouraged me so much. They have a Christmas Collection coming out and trust me! It’s not to be missed and the covers are so beautiful 😍😍.

So without further ado, Here’s Hope Is Born

Authors: Angela D. Meyer, Brenda S. Anderson, Deb Elkink, Eleanor Bertin, Janice L. Dick, Johnnie Alexander, Regina Rudd Merrick, Stacy Monson
Series: The Mosaic Collection, Book 5
Genre: Women’s Christian Fiction

Nine stories. Nine pasts to overcome. Nine futures hang in the balance.
Christmas is supposed to be the happiest time of the year, but what happens when the past threatens to destroy the peace and joy of the season?
When the men and women in these stories face overwhelming challenges in their lives, can hope be restored this Christmas?
Releases December 4th
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Wilderness camp leaders Mikayla Gordon and Dawson Dunne have planned their perfect mountaintop Christmas wedding, but nature seems to have other plans. Mikayla will have to face the one thing that has terrified her since childhood or her hopes of a magical mountain wedding to the man of her dreams will be buried deep under the fresh coating of snow.
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Young David Fawcett is all duded up for a night of punk rock with his buddies when the past butts into his plans, thrusting him out into the cold of a snowy Christmas Eve to face his worst enemy
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Thirty-year-old anti-Advent Holly, who’d abandoned Montana as a pregnant teen, faces another Christmas—and this time the meaning of the Incarnation—in the barren desert of Nevada far from the evergreen forest of home.
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When prodigal son Zachary Belden returns home at Christmas to surprise his family with news, he’s surprised with other news that turns his surprise into a big mess and challenges his newfound faith.
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Jeanne, a retired librarian and one-year widow, is dreading her first Christmas without Sam. However, when her childhood friend moves in next door, Jeanne wonders if alone might be better. Spunky Debbie McCormick won’t allow Jeanne to wallow in her grief, and seems intent on pushing her into decisions she’s not ready to make.
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When Shawn and Daphne Cook’s hopes for their future are crushed, it takes a chaotic Christmas Eve service to remind Daphne that she has been putting her hope in the wrong things. Her plan is to get to her husband and share that revelation with him, but whoever has been watching them from the shadows just may have a plan of his own.
Connecting With Sara
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Retired Marine Mike Thompson is struggling as the new pastor at Hillside Community Church in Preston Hill. Can one special Christmas Eve help him move beyond a past that’s holding him back?
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Mac never means to eavesdrop, but when the reclusive cemetery caretaker learns that two mourners will be alone for the holidays, he plans a Christmas Eve party for the recent widow and the foster teen. In seeking to ease their loneliness, will Mac find peace for his own grieving heart?
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Steve Reno lost his wife two years ago and has two grown children, while Roxy Emerson has been alone for over ten years and is a grandmother. They’re not looking for romance, but when the contractor and restaurant-owner are thrown together at Christmastime, they realize that God does indeed have a hope and a future for them.
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About The Mosaic Collection

For His glory . . .
The Mosaic Collection is an international community of women authors who write faith-based fiction to touch hearts with the good news that Christ’s finished work on the cross has made us one family, and to nurture affection for the people God has placed within our circles of influence, so that the grace and glory of God may become visible and personal to everyone we meet.
. . . and our good
We are sisters, a beautiful mosaic united by the love of God through the blood of Christ.
We have experienced the redemptive, restorative power of God’s grace in our marriages and families, and we believe our God is able to heal, restore and redeem our brokenness. His love fills us with the courage to persevere, and to offer others a Christ-like compassion that is full of His wisdom and grace.
Family by His Design
In the second chapter of the book of Philippians Paul exhorts the body of Christ to be unified: “Then make me truly happy by agreeing wholeheartedly with each other, loving one another, and working together with one mind and purpose.” (Philippians 2:2, NLT)  As Paul called on the early believers to do, we are also called to unity.
When we choose to be of one mind, we enjoy the gifts of family, warmth, community, affection, curiosity, and clear communication. The bond we share with other believers – this family God has given us – frees us from seeking approval elsewhere: working ourselves to death, straining for others’ approval, grasping after security in countless ways.
Likewise, when together we adopt one purpose, we are equppied to serve others with patience, grace, encouragement, perseverance, integrity, and hospitality. By Jesus’ example we find courage to combine boldness with gentleness in our pursuit of the people we love. Rooted in the secure position of Christ’s sacrificial love, we can freely and authentically make ourselves available to the people God has placed within our influence
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