In Over My HeadIn Over My Head is a Christian romance/comedy that tells the story of Nathan Edwards, a rich, spoiled college graduate who finds himself the guardian of his younger siblings after their parents untimely death. Heir to the family fortune and his father's thriving business, he is immature and unprepared. Trying to please his bossy girlfriend and school administrators, he cycles through stereotypical nannies and trips over the girl of his dreams. Sarah is everything his spoiled girlfriend is not. She is beautiful, funny, brave and spiritual. And a match for his feisty siblings. Sarah's unspoiled love for them, and her godly courage to protect them at the risk of her own life, compels Nathan to examine his life and choices. Realizing they need more, they invite themselves to church with Sarah, where they discover the power and love of Jesus to bring healing and direction into their lives. Sigwa“Sigwa,” meaning “storm,” spans 40 years of Philippine social unrest. The story is initially told by Fil-Am Dolly, a junior correspondent of a US magazine, who was sent to the Philippines in 1970 to do a story on student activism in Manila. Today, she has returned after being arrested and deported in 1975, on the third year of martial law. Her mission is personal this time: to look for her daughter, who was supposed to have died 35 years ago, but who, she has been told, is alive.