This summer Gracie Weems will be leading a book club to discuss two works of Christian fiction. The group will meet on June 21 and July 19.  Call 806-794-4015 to register.

June 21 at Noon in the Disciples Room (118)
"Divine" by Karen Kingsbury
July 19 at Noon in the Disciples Room (118)
"The Lady's Mine" by Francine Rivers
With tenderness and power, Karen Kingsbury weaves a tapestry of life, loss, love, faith and the miracle of resurrection.
Mary Madison is educated and redeemed, a powerful voice in Washington, D.C. But she has a past that shamed polite society. A survivor of unspeakable horror. Now a divine power has set Mary free to bring life-changing hope and love to battered women living in the shadow of the nation's capital --- women like Emma Johnson, a single mother fleeing an abusive relationship. Mary introduces Emma to the greatest love of all, greater than either of them had ever imagined. Only one power set Mary free and gave her a lifetime of love and hope. A power that could only be divine.
Northern California, 1875
Katharyn Walsh arrives in tiny Calvada, a mining town in the Sierra Nevadas, after being banned from Boston by her wealthy stepfather. She has come to claim an inheritance from an uncle she never knew. When she decided to relaunch her uncle's newspaper, she finds herself in a malestrom, pitted against Calvada's most powerful men. But, Katharyn decides to stay and publish whatever she pleases when she knows she is right.
Matthias Beck, owner of a local saloon and hotel, usually agrees with Katharyn. He notices the same tenacity in her that was in her uncle and he knows how dangerous that family trait could be. While Katharyn may be right about most of the issues in Calvada, her righteousness could get her killed.
Even though everyone may be looking to strike it rich in the lawless boomtown, it is a love more precious than gold that will ultimately save them all.