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  • The Call

    Are you tired of being unemployed? Are you sick of being underemployed and underutilized? Are you worn out from working for others, and possess a strong desire to start your own business? If your answer is yes to any of these questions, then this book is for you! In The Call, Sylvia Curmon uses the Word of God to help guide you to your next employment victory. Sylvia discusses several key issues a...

  • Woman, Thou Too Art Called

    Woman, Thou Too Art Called, is a true story of spiritual dilemma, spiritual encounters, tragic moments, and over twenty years of running away from God to escape answering his call to preach. Women are not readily accepted as preachers by men as well as by some women. If a woman has been taught throughout life that this is not the norm, that this is outside the will of God, then what is she...

  • The Shadow of Evil

    The Shadow of Evil: Where is God in a Violent World is a “must read” for every person who is struggling to cope with adversity and loss:

    • Do you battle everyday with the realization that a senseless tragedy has altered the course of your life?

    • Do you feel overwhelmed by hardship and yet powerless to overcome your circumstances?

    • Have you ever felt abandon...

  • Understand the Old Testament

    A full 75 percent of the Bible is the Old Testament. If one of your kids, or your coworkers, or your friends were to ask you about the Old Testament, could you talk knowledgably about it? When you pastor says that your church believes in the Old Testament because the whole Bible is about Jesus, can you even imagine what he’s talking about? In my experience, Christians often know stories from the...

  • No Time For The Gospel

    If you sometimes feel as though you are a Christian in name only and you want more, you have the right book in your hand. If you want to stop being on the outside looking in on others’ walk with the Lord, you have to make time for the gospel.

    Have you ever wondered why others seem to be on a first-name basis with the Lord and you only know of Him?

    Have you ever wondered why others...

  • Klem Watercrest The Lighthouse Keeper

    Much of Port James has been untouched somehow from many of the hassles of our times. Klem Watercrest, the delightful yet aging lighthouse keeper and main character, brings insight to his wife, friends, and family, many times while tending to the community lighthouse.

    Be prepared to enjoy a delightful, religious, yet an adventuresome story of a Maine seaside village and its unforgett...

  • Got Life?

    Pastor Mark Monroe has a deep passion that everyone experiences the abundant life that Jesus promised. As you read his book, it’s as if Mark is sitting right there making sure that you are all that God intends you to be and have all that God intends you to have. I highly recommend this book for those who might be seeking something much better out of life. Pastor Mark makes abundantly clear that ...

  • From Birth to Adolescence

    The process of taking care of a physical baby in the world today is by far a sacrificial, tedious, yet gratifying endeavor for any parent. To hear the first words of a baby and to watch them take their first steps is nothing short of pure ecstasy for any parent! The role we play as parents is important to help our children grow and mature into successful adults, by providing them with physical, em...

  • Trading Places

    Trading Places is a book of poems that was inspired by my relationship with Christ Jesus. I have included the first poem I ever wrote, “My Life Is Like an Island.” I wrote it when I was fourteen and not yet a Christian. There is quite a contrast to the poetry I have written after becoming a Christian and my first poem. Having a personal relationship with Christ Jesus is truly life-changing. As...

  • The Clone

    This book is written according to a standard format for screenplays. The reader will see one acceptable manner of writing a screenplay. This can be a play to the reader who may have wondered how to write his or her own screenplay. This work, however, does not have the detailed directions normally required; thus, it does not greatly tax the reading of the storyline.

    The Clone is about the cl...

  • Paradise Quest

    y story begins in 1971 when alcohol was first introduced to me at 5 years of age and quickly progresses to the 1990’s when drugs became a predominate force in my life. With the combination of alcohol, drugs and untreated depression in control, the thought of Suicide stood on the other side of the revolving door and at the forefront of my life on a day to day basis. Though suicidal ideations we...

  • Woman, Where Art Thy Husband

    LOCKED AWAY.

    No little girl ever dreams of someday being behind bars, and becoming Love's prisoner is probably the last thing on her mind when she imagines Prince Charming; the man of her dreams.

    Some women make poor choices in relationships and although Nakita daydreams of the perfect husband, she's one of those women. Love is what love does, so how much "ti...