Mystery Novel

A grieving pastor’s new beginning lies buried beneath the secrets and sins of Caney Cove’s most horrific crime.

Heather K. Duff, Author of The Wrong, Kirby Mayhew Mystery Series
Two years after his wife’s murder, Kirby Mayhew submits his resignation letter as pastor of Harvest Church. He’s ready to pack up his life and move away from Caney Cove and away from the shadow of grief he’s been living under. But a deathbed confession from the ailing Trudy Andrus reveals new information about his wife’s killer.
Did the man convicted of Julie’s murder act alone?
Was someone else to blame for her death?

50 Fresh Start Devotional Journal

To Start Your Day

Short, simple writings designed to help you begin each day with prayer and Scripture. Each one takes less than a minute to read, though they aren't meant to be rushed. These "fresh starts" will lead you to greater intimacy with God. As Psalm 34:8 says, "taste and see that the Lord is good."

Featured Episodes

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020 How I Learned to Memorize Scripture…And You Can Too!

By Heather K. Duff | October 21, 2019

We’ve been talking about Spiritual Growth, and last week I mentioned a small booklet that helped me memorize scripture. Now, trust me…I’m just like you! Memorizing verses isn’t easy, but after reading this booklet, I decided to commit some time to it. Here are my results… Resource A Call to Scripture Memory by Susan HeckBuy…

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014 Truth, Lies, and Murder…The Enemy Exposed

By Heather K. Duff | September 10, 2019

Series: Armor of God, Part 5 Jesus has a conversation in John chapter 8 about truth, lies, and murder. In this episode, we take a look at Enemy Tactic #2 – Getting us to believe the lie. 

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006 The Dangers of False Teachers

By Heather K. Duff | July 12, 2019

False teachers are attracting people. They’re popular, likable. They tell us what we want to hear. They tell us we can have what we want. But this isn’t the message of Jesus or the Bible.  Our simple truth this week? False teachers are dangerous because they are ATTRACTIVE.