A Christmas Journey tells a story of friendship and family. It illuminates the true meaning of Christmas as it’s discovered through the eyes of the animals. They learn many things about themselves and each other as they journey along with the common goal of thinking of others. They overcome difficulties, celebrate triumphs, and discover that we’re created differently for unique purposes—all the while revealing that we’re better and stronger together. The story elements will deepen your faith and family.
A Christmas Journey Advent Calendar is designed to enhance A Christmas Journey and your Christmas season with daily activities, readings, and songs.
Jerry Park Book Signing
In A Tennessee Portrait, bestselling author Jerry Park returns with camera and pen to the meandering back roads of the state where his first book, Slow Roads Tennessee, was birthed.
Captured through a variety of cameras, Park offers a fresh perspective on timeless scenes. Photographs of farmland, forests, creeks, and small towns fill the pages, together with a handful of the quirky, funny things you might just spy along the side of the road.
As in Slow Roads Tennessee, Park has woven tales inspired by some of these images; short stories meant to spark your imagination and increase your sense of wonder at the scenery right outside your own window. With 121 photos, including at least one from each of Tennessee’s 95 counties, 12 short stories, and 3 poems, A Tennessee Portrait casts a long, warm glance at the past, present, and future of this beautiful state.
Two years and over 10,000 wandering miles in the making, A Tennessee Portrait offers a unique combination of image and word to anyone who appreciates heritage, beautiful scenery, and a good yarn.
Uncover the missing chapter in Andrew Jackson’s life when Indians saved General Jackson.
When the Earth shook, the Mississippi River flowed backward, the northern lights turned blood red, and a comet created a second moon. When General Jackson fought an enemy spy, who commanded the U.S. Army. When Shawnee warrior Tecumseh stirred Indians to make a last stand. When government bureaucrats forced Jackson to choose between disobeying the president and abandoning his Tennessee Volunteers to die.