During most of life's journey, we rarely give thought to the time when we will be senior citizens. When it finally arrives, some of us are anxious to enjoy the world of AARP, Medicare, Social Security and ticket discounts. Others are fearful of the physical changes we don't wish to asknowledge or admit. We find ourselves in the midst of retirement from a lon-time career, facing the care of aging parents, looking forward to travel, or finding ways to use this free time productively. Those of us who "arrived" at this point have been immersed in both poitive and negative experiences. As we walk daily with God, devotional books help to encourage and strengthen us as we try to stay focused on HIs Word. "Nothing Between" is a book for those who are experiencing life's later aging process. It provides a connection between you and your Creator for an entire year, while also generating personal growth, spiritual progress and joy in living.
Does a routine train trip from Reno to Omaha become life changing? Five passengers are about to find out. Nikki, a young, single mom unknowingly sets it all in motion when she connects with Beth, an older woman whose marriage and life are in trouble. Beth's husband, Bill, a college professor, is oblivious to the fact his wife is on the brink of a mental breakdown. Bill is focused on the seminar he thinks he will be giving in Omaha. God has other plans. Ted Torino, a renowned concert pianist, has always been fascinated with trains. Having just finished a concert in Reno, he isn't sure why he picked Omaha as a destination, but it will soon become clear. Colleen, a widow with seven-year-old twins, wonders if she will ever stop missing her husband. She is on her way to live with her parents until she can support herself and the twins. For these five, as their lives intersect, past memories and dark secrets are revealed as a record-breaking snowstorm furthers God's plan to change their lives forever.
The lives of three women faced with life-changing choices intersect on a train to Portland. Characters introduced in Diane Harper’s "The Train to Omaha" face relationships that could tear their families apart or bring love into their lives. Can Heather, a run-away mom and wife, escape her mundane life, and a controlling husband? Can Nikki trust God’s work in the father of her son’s life who says he has changed? Can Colleen turn away from the love of her unbelieving concert pianist suitor? Choices are made, and consequences unravel on a train to Portland.