Austen and her characters worshiped using a liturgy, The Book of Common Prayer. What is it like to read those prayers daily?
Jane Austen's characters show us different ways to deal with stress, both helpful and unhelpful.
Some fun novels of science in the Regency, and two novels of the Industrial Revolution: North and South, and a variation: Nowhere but North.
Two irresistible, romantic Pride and Prejudice variations highlight the Industrial Revolution and the problems of Regency society.
Two delightful Austen variations with faith themes--one reverses Darcy and Collins, and the other continues the story of Elizabeth Elliot from Persuasion.
This devotional draws spiritual lessons from Austen's novels.
Girls learned the alphabet and the Bible by stitching. This is claimed to be Jane Austen's childhood sampler.
The real climax of each Jane Austen novel is when someone reaches a turning point, and sees the darkness in his or her own heart.
How much do you know about churches and chapels in Austen's novels, and in her world?
Pamela Aidan's delightful series on Darcy's experiences in Pride and Prejudice weaves Christian faith and Evangelicalism into the story.