Rejection and inadequacy were never a part of God’s initial design.

~from No Longer Rejected

But thou, O Lord, art a God full of compassion, and gracious, long suffering, and plenteous in mercy and truth.

Psalm 86:15

We can take rejection and bury it deep… or we can lean on our Heavenly Father and give it to Him.

~from No Longer Rejected

Be strong and of a good courage; be not afraid, neither be thou dismayed: for the Lord thy God is with thee whithersoever thou goest.

Joshua 1:9

In God I have put my trust: I will not fear…

Psalm 56:4

To survive, they must choose to trust each other.

Seventeen-year-old Jamison Jones is concerned about one thing: survival. Not just his survival, but the survival of his drug-addicted mother. He has to take care of her, to make sure that she makes it back to their dingy motel room, or remind her to eat. Until one day when a knock at the door changes everything.

For seventeen-year-old Ellie Presley, she has no choice but to run. She’s running from her past. She’s running from those who seek to hurt her. Unfortunately, her past isn’t so easy to escape. Both find themselves on a Greyhound bus. When danger threatens them, they are forced together to beat the odds. But they must learn to trust each other if they’re going to make it out alive.

“Janice Broyles writes with purpose and heart, weaving tension, grit, and restoration to create stories of hope. Broyles’ work is sure to have an impact on readers of all ages.”

~Caroline George, YA author of Dearest Josephine and The Summer We Forgot

Tired of being the pastor’s daughter who never measures up, Macy finds herself estranged from her family and in trouble with the law. Given her past, is restoration possible?


In Ancient Palestine, a young Israeli princess, marries the man she loves, but it comes with a high price. Can their love survive separation, treason, and murderous threats?


The sitting king of Israel is volatile and unpredictable. When he learns his reign is coming to an end, what will become of the anointed king? What will become of God’s people?


Rejection plagues more and more women, connect with women in the Bible who overcame similar feelings and emotions. Rejection does not have to win.


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