A dead professor. A gold pendant. A mysterious poem. As Carly Stuart starts college, the search for a murderer—and the Holy Grail itself—is on.
The only thing Carly Stuart wants to do is fill her late grandmother’s shoes. Following in the footsteps of her Gran, a trailblazer archaeologist who paved the way for women in the field, Carly enters Nassauton College as a freshman studying archaeology, with her journal, satchel, and an entire closet full of Gran's shoes in tow. Carly’s ambitions get off to a promising start when she uncovers an ancient artifact and a note left to her by Gran, putting Carly on a quest for the Holy Grail itself. Armed with her quick wits and new friends—including Dr. Kells, her archaeology professor, and Blane, her cute-but-nerdy boyfriend—Carly finds herself thrust into a mystery of international scale and historical significance that even Indiana Jones would be excited to pursue. But with a dead professor, and criminals anticipating her next moves, will Carly and her partners have the courage to see their Grail quest through?
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When a global pandemic threatens the foundation of our society, what hope for healing does a hurting world have?
Parables from the Pandemic: Holding onto Hope in a Hurting World is a collection of beautifully illustrated short stories and reflection questions. The characters we meet in Parables invite us to explore our faith in the context of themes such as regulation and revolution, community and division, surveillance and freedom, and waiting and redemption. Parables calls readers to question what defines our identity, our humanity, and our destiny. Great for individual reflection or Bible Study, Christian Living, Theology on Tap, or religious or faith-based book club groups, Parables shows us no matter what we face on this side of Heaven, the only hope worth holding onto is always by our side.
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