Novelist marks debut with ‘Something Beautiful for Lauren’

Courier Publishing is pleased to introduce Stephanie Whatley’s first novel, “Something Beautiful for Lauren” (softcover, 258 pages, $13.95). Lauren Hardy is 37 and has lost her husband. She is left to raise three children on her own. In her grief, she has become numb, going through the motions of life. She has learned to “play […]

Farmer brings back small town’s life in ‘From Murphy to Miley’

“From Murphy to Miley” by Jane Jumper Farmer is a heartwarming account of family life in a low-country lumber mill town in South Carolina in the early 1900s. In this historical fiction, Farmer relates the story of her grandparents, Carrie and Saylor Jumper, and how their steadfast faith in God undergirded, sustained, and directed their […]

Clayton reveals source of Daniel’s ‘Courage in Chaos’

Author Ken Clayton was moved to write “Daniel: Courage in Chaos” when he realized the amazing similarities between Daniel’s time and the chaos in our time. And, just as Daniel found the courage to face the chaos in his life, so can we. “Daniel was uprooted from his old familiar surroundings and traveled across the […]

Become a ‘Friend of The Courier’

Baptist Courier editor Rudy Gray invites you and many more individuals to consider becoming “Friends of The Courier,” which he describes as “a movement of Baptists who desire to help The Courier stay viable and financially stable through their influence, contributions and prayers.” “We are so grateful for this network of people who support The […]