A god asked Puah to kill. That went against her faith.
Her own God asked her to walk away. That went against her calling.
Until she is ordered by Pharaoh to kill newborn Hebrew males, Puah thought she had an easy profession. If she obeys, it means the deaths of untold innocents. If she doesn't, it means her death.
Moses, one of the hidden babies who was adopted by the Princess, is being groomed to take over. When he denies his right to rule and mistakenly kills an Egyptian, he is forced to flee into the desert. Forty years later, he returns as the instrument of God.
With her medical training and passion for helping pregnant women, Puah places herself in the heart of hell on earth as the intensity of plagues increases.
After the last plague falls, she must make the decision to stay in Egypt or face the unknown wilderness. Puah's heart has always been for the women of Egypt. How can she obey God to walk away from them in their greatest hour of need? She can only make the choice once and morning won't wait.
Miriam is finally free. Can she make it to the promised land?
With Egypt behind them, Miriam and the other Hebrews are finally heading to the land of promise. A land following with milk and honey.
When grumbles and complaints break out like a plague among the people, Miriam is no exception. Her brother, Aaron, leads the priests while their youngest brother, Moses, leads the people. What’s Miriam to do? God speaks in her dreams and gives her songs of praise and prophecy, but she longs for more.
Discontented with Moses’ leadership, the people choose a new leader to head back to the familiar land of Egypt. God doesn’t want them to return to slavery, but being the chivalrous God He is, He won’t force them into His offer of peace and blessings. Instead, He gives them exactly what they want.
Will Miriam make it out of the wilderness or will she be forced to wander just out of reach of the promised destination?
Rahab's god didn't come to her rescue. An enemy's God is asking for her trust.
When her family's plan for her future dissolves, Rahab is forced on a dark path. Working as a harlot provides her a comfortable, though empty life.
As the Israelite army marches toward Jericho, Rahab must choose between the city she loves and an unknown God chasing after her.
Stand with Rahab as she waits to see if her faith will hold while her Crimson Cord blows in the wind.
Bathsheba longed for a child. What she got was a king.
Bathsheba wanted nothing more than to make her warrior husband into a father. She longed to see their features mingled together with fresh life. When he is sent away to fight in another war, Bathsheba is forced to wait even longer. While fulfilling her ceremonial duty, she is stolen away and ravaged by non-other than King David.
She didn’t choose to be unfaithful to her husband, but now she is carrying a dark secret. What will happen when her husband finds out? And what will King David do with her when their one-night sin is brought into the light?
Before Mary anointed Jesus, she hated him.
Left without the protection of her father, Mary is responsible for the welfare of her younger sister and often sickly brother. With food short and shelter dear, she chooses a dark path away from God until an old friend comes back into her life claiming to be the long-awaited Messiah.
She opened her home to him, but can she open her heart? The birth of Jesus caused a massacre and started all her problems. Will he be the one to fix them?
Follow in Mary's sandals down the twists and turns of her faith journey. Her story shows us that our choices can take us far from God, but they don't have to keep us there.
Lea and Timothy desired a simple life together, but they couldn't ignore the call of God.
Lea wanted a modest, married life like her older sisters. When her betrothed, Timothy leaves on another missionary journey with his mentor Paul, Lea doesn’t know when he will return to take her as his wife. If he does, will she continue to support him even though it means possibly spending their lives apart?
The Romans aren’t making it easy to be a Way follower and neither is her family. With opposition on every side will Lea bend to the pressure or continue to stand on her newfound faith?