Item description for The Quest (Mustard Seed) by Nancy Moser...
Overview A group of believers again join in a battle against the forces determined to stop them in this dramatic sequel to The Invitation. They learn they must do what's right- no matter what the cost.
Publishers Description The Quest, book two in author Nancy Moser's Mustard Seed series, is the continuing story of four ordinary people whose lives are forever changed after they are invited to the very supernatural town of Haven, Nebraska. The paths of Natalie, Walter, Kathy, Del, and Julia are once again joined in a quest of faith -- and a battle against the forces determined to stop them -- as they implement the decisions and direction they received in The Invitation and discover the meaning of Matthew 7:7: "Ask and it will be given to you; seek and you will find; knock and the door will be opened to you." When the heat's turned up and the enemy unleashes his greatest opposition, the Havenites learn that it's not enough to know what's right -- one must, with God's help, do what's right. No matter what the cost.
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Studio: Multnomah Books
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.55" Width: 5.62" Height: 1.04" Weight: 1.2 lbs.
Release Date Jun 12, 1999
Publisher Multnomah Books
Series Mustard Seed
Series Number 2
ISBN 1576734102 ISBN13 9781576734100
Availability 0 units.
More About Nancy Moser
Nancy Moser is the award-winning author of over twenty novels that share a common message: we each have a unique purpose the challenge is to find out what it is. Her genres include contemporary and historical novels. Her contemporary novels are known for their big-cast style, utilizing multiple points-of-view and intricate plotting (The Good Nearby, Time Lottery, Second Time Around, John 3:16, Solemnly Swear). Her historical novels allow real women-of-history to share their life stories: Just Jane (Jane Austen), Mozart s Sister (Nannerl Mozart), Washington's Lady (Martha Washington) and, How Do I Love Thee? (Elizabeth Barrett Browning.) Nancy earned a degree in architecture, traveled extensively in Europe, and has performed in numerous theaters, symphonies, and choirs. She paints canes voraciously, kills all her houseplants, and can wire an electrical fixture without getting shocked. She is a fan of anything antique humans included. Read excerpts at: www.nancymoser.com"
Nancy Moser currently resides in Overland Park, in the state of Kansas.
Reviews - What do customers think about The Quest (Mustard Seed)?
The Quest Sep 1, 2005
I realy liked the first of this series, The invitation. The second takes the characters to a higher level. There are many twists and turns in the plot and it reads very quickly because it deals with different plot lines that all blend together.
Great book! Sep 24, 2000
I could not put this book down. I would highly recommend it and I look forward to reading more books from this author.
Enjoyable Second Helping! Dec 2, 1999
As the facilitator for a Christian Book Club, I am always looking for selections that our members will find enjoyable and challenging. We hit the jackpot with Nancy Moser's "The Invitation," and we couldn't wait until the the second in the series made its debut. It was well worth the wait! The old, familiar characters are back, with more depth and substance. In addition, we are introduced to new characters who are just as intriguing. Again, the Biblical lessons are very clear, but not "preachy," and the emphasis on prayer is of particular note. Our club consensus was unanimous: we can't wait for #3!
too good!! Nancy's done it again!! Sep 25, 1999
this book has opened my eyes in many ways, firstly it helped me understand the Bible verses the way they should be, to overcome the devil and kick his butt!!Praise God for giving us writers like Nancy! she brings out the reality of people with so much ease..not to mention the humour, there were times i actually laughed out a bit too loud and then had to look around to see if someone saw me laugh!! God Bless u Nancy...
Fast-paced and gripping Aug 6, 1999
I'm puzzled by the reviewer who called this book "cute" and the spiritual warfare aspect "amateurish." I found the book impossible to put down and actually liked it even better than its predecessor, "The Invitation." Nancy Moser effectively brings home the reality of evil in the world. The scenes in which the villain, Bo Tenebri, begins to show his true colors are chilling. In my opinion, this book deserves a place right up there on the shelf with the best of Frank Peretti's spiritual warfare classics.