Monday, May 31, 2021

Lyn Cote Asks Do You Volunteer?

 I’m always amazed and pleased at how many Americans give not only monetary gifts but give of their time. In the past, I was active in volunteering at my children’s school and I still volunteer at my church. And my husband volunteers six times a month at our local food pantry. Helping others, I believe, is automatic for most Americans even little kids help out their communities. 

My latest series, titled: New Neighbor Lane, features three Habitat for Humanity projects in a small mythical town of Hope, WI. The Scoop on this new Series!

Small town Hope, WI, is happy to welcome Habitat for Humanity volunteers building homes on its newest street, New Neighbor Lane. But each family helping build their new house, needs more than a structure to live in. Past hurts, such as financial hardship, abandonment, loss of family members or painful divorce have left them hurting and doubting God’s love for them. But God isn’t finished with them. He has plans for them, plans to prosper them and not to harm, plans to give them hope and a future.

Come along and face the heart challenges of these families. Triumph with them as they move forward in faith with hope for homes of their own and new love in their hearts. Come visit New Neighbor 


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A little boy  chases a stray dog into the path of a cement truck. This heart-pounding meeting brings two wounded souls together. 

Rosa Santos, a single mom, has come to the groundbreaking of her Habitat for Humanity house. When a handsome volunteer, Mark Chambers, puts himself in harms way to save her seven-year-old son, she can barely thank him, her heart in her throat.

 From then on Rosa and Mark’s paths keep meeting. When they work together building her house and when he coaches her son’s Beginner’s Soccer team. Rosa suffers from her own hurts but the gray smudges under Marc’s eyes tug at her heart. What secret pain bedevils this good, kind man?

From a USA Today Bestselling author, a heartwarming story of love, faith and God’s healing power. And the joy of furry friends! Why not download today? Click here for more info.

1 comment:

  1. What a great idea, to set a series around Habitat for Humanity! Best of luck with it, Lyn!