A Novel by Daniel Bishop
Place of Refuge
She knew she was meant to be a mom. Her body disagreed. Will Heaven send a baby to a family full of love to give?
Will Dyanna Jo’s prayers for a permanent addition be answered?
Place of Refuge is the first book in the heartwarming Baskin Family Foster Journal Christian fiction series. If you like characters with strong faith, eye-opening looks at adopting, and trusting God’s plan, then you’ll adore Daniel Bishop’s uplifting read.
Buy Place of Refuge to meet adversity with grace today!
About the Author
Daniel Bishop is an Army veteran and his first book, Place of Refuge, was released in 2020. He and his wife were foster parents and adopted one the children placed in their home. His passion is to write devotions and fictional books about foster care and adoption. He has been published on christiandevotions.us.
He lives in Knoxville, TN with his wife and teenage daughter who likes to think she’s already an adult. He enjoys woodworking, home theater, drinking coffee, and sometimes eating ice cream for breakfast. Especially if it’s coffee ice cream.
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Tracking the Son: Staying Connected to God
But my eyes are toward you, O God, my Lord; in you I seek refuge; leave me not defenseless! Psalm 141:8 ESV I noticed the solar panel had moved. In the morning, it was facing east and now that it was the afternoon; it was facing in a westerly direction. It was tracking the transit of …
Therefore, take up the whole armor of God, that you may be able to withstand in the evil day, and having done all, to stand firm. Ephesians 6:13 ESV What does it mean to stand firm? I was reading Ephesians and came across this verse and started thinking about what it means to stand firm. …
No More Sting
O Death, where is your sting?O Hades, where is your victory? I Cor 15:55 NKJV The bee hit me in the head. I was in my backyard and it just flew straight at me and ran into my head. It looked like it did it on purpose. Then it hovered in front of me as if to say, “What are …