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Hidden Treasure Gold may abound in the town s mine shafts and sandy soil, but that s not where Goldfield s true treasure liesThe Skinners do not want to be in Goldfield, Nevada The weather is harsh Sin is glorified Greed is rampant Spiritual sensitivity is scarce And kids grow up with sand in their eyes and gold fever in their bones The Lord, however, leads in mysterious ways, and it is clear that the Skinners can t leave just yetNot with O T having to find his friend who is out treasure hunting in the middle of the desertNot with Dola Mae needing to search for a missing child and still feed dinner tohungry minersAnd especially not with the Rokkers clinging to them and their faith as they face yet another struggleAnd yet as the Skinners grapple with each situation and their own life and death circumstances they are reminded of what riches they have in their faith even as they discover unexpected treasure in their Goldfield friends

About the Author: Stephen Bly

Stephen Bly August 17, 1944 June 9, 2011 authored 100 books and hundreds of articles His book, THE LONG TRAIL HOME, Broadman Holman , won the prestigious 2002 CHRISTY AWARD for excellence in Christian fiction in the category western novel Three other books, PICTURE ROCK Crossway Books , THE OUTLAW S TWIN SISTER Crossway Books , and LAST OF THE TEXAS CAMP Broadman Holman , were Christy Award finalists He spoke at colleges, churches, camps and conferences across the U.S and Canada He was the pastor of Winchester Community Church, and served as mayor of Winchester, Idaho 2000 2007 He spoke on numerous television and radio programs, including Dr James Dobson s Focus on the Family He was an Active Member of the Western Writers of America Steve graduated summa cum laude in Philosophy from Fresno State University and received a M.Div from Fuller Theological Seminary The Blys have three sons Russell married to Lois and father of Zachary and Miranda married to Chris Ross and mother of Alayah, Michael married to Michelle , and Aaron married to Rina Joye and father of Keaton and Deckard A third generation westerner, Steve spent his early years working on ranches and farms.

10 thoughts on “Hidden Treasure

  1. Amanda Tero Amanda Tero says:

    Very similar to my review for book one, the main reason I could enjoy this was because I anticipated the writing style to be older, not modern Timeline wise, this was better paced than the first book Not quite so many unbelievable things happened in such a short time.There was really a lot packed into this book It d

  2. Rebekah Morris Rebekah Morris says:

    3.5 starsAfter enjoying the first book in this series so much, I was eager to read the 2nd book.While I did enjoy it, I didn t like it as much as the first one.What I didn t like There were hints of things that made me slightly uncomfortable Nothing was really mentioned, but one lady was talking to younger girls about what m

  3. Sue Sue says:

    Enjoyed this book The little baby was so cute, My momma is pretty.

  4. Olean Public Library Olean Public Library says:

    The skinners lived in the desert, and faced many hardships Their original plan was to leave, but they became content with the many blessings God gave them It s a good story about family, friends and strangers.

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