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  • Rebecca Bridges, Amateur Sleuth

    Rebecca began to relate what had transpired since Friday afternoon. Captain Gomez listened with rapt attention. She hadn’t gotten very far into the scenario when the officers and others out in the main area of the building heard the captain exclaim, “They did what?” Then all was silent.

    A half an hour later, the four teens left the captain’s office. They slowly walked through the wa...

  • So You Think You've Been Called to be a Pastor?

    So You Think You’ve Been Called to Be a Pastor?: Pastoring 101 is a workbook primarily written for new pastors and ministers who think they have been called to be a pastor. Yet seasoned pastors can benefit from this book as well. Someone said that 50 percent of new pastors give up after their first year. In my humblest opinion, many who feel they are called to be a pastor have never been properl...

  • Redbone

    The world has been free from the dark side’s demons for eighty-two years, thanks to the battle won by James Mathew Trinton between good and evil. But that time of peace and safety is coming to an end, and there will be a reckoning should the coming confrontation not be met by the same determination as it was in the past! Tim Jones has no idea what life is about to put on his plate, but he alone ...

  • Dreams and Visions of the Night

    Although this book is based on the Bible as its source of validation, it is not written exclusively to the religious sector of society. This book is for everyone. The reason it is of value to all people is that God speaks to all people by way of dreams. The Bible itself not only declares this but has on record many instances throughout biblical history in which God has actually done it. The fact i...

  • Mom's Advice

    Discover the most incredible version of your children by passing along the wonderful knowledge it took you a lifetime to learn. We should all learn from our mistakes, but wouldn’t you rather they learned from your life experience? Life can become busy and many conversations are forgotten or missed out on because children seem to grow up so fast. Some conversations can just be too difficult to ha...

  • Angels

    Fourteen-year-old Fraser dies prematurely as a result of a fluke accident while trying to save his baby sister. Upon waking up in heaven, he discovers that his new life in paradise is far different from the one he lived during his short time on earth. As he adjusts to his new surroundings, he is constantly amazed that there is so much to learn, explore, and achieve in his new permanent home. Frase...

  • The Theory of God Relativity

    For centuries, debates about God’s existence have been fueled by the diametric forces of faith and science. Is it possible to appreciate both? In the age of emerging quantum technology, rational thought should be able to transcend binary states. The Theory of God Relativity approaches the topic of God’s existence with a unique systematic analysis. The author posits that the substance of life i...

  • The Rich Man's Sons

    Part silly and totally serious, The Rich Man's Sons is a story for young and old regarding the lessons of rebellion and forgiveness. It is written to remind all of God's constant love, mercy, and grace and His desire for communion. This is a modern-day story of the prodigal son, his unforgiving brother, and his loving father following closely the scriptural passage of Luke 15:11–31....

  • Amazing Grace

    I’ve been known as the poet now for forty years. I’ve had that license plate most of those years, and now the Department of Motor Vehicles just sends me that plate every year.

    February 1977, I had just turned forty, and we were going through some rough times, I had never read the Bible before, and upon our mantle was a large one gathering dust. I took it down and opened it, an...

  • What It's Like to Walk With The Holy Spirit

    Norman Weber was born and raised in Windsor, Ontario, Canada. He is a CPA and has spent twenty years as a VP of finance for a twenty-million-dollar company and twenty-two years in public accounting and consulting. He became Spirit filled in 1973, and at a Full Gospel Business Men’s Fellowship (FGBMF) convention in Detroit, Michigan, he began to understand how to hear the voice of the Lord and pe...

  • Jax L. Jones and the Pesky “L” Problem

    Jax L. Jones is a little boy who absolutely, definitely, without-a-doubt hates his middle name, Lionel. Because of this, he is determined to change Lionel into an epic L name—one that will make him a legend. Jax tries out several L names and in the process discovers something very important about himself. Does Jax complete his mission? Or does something else—something quite special—happen in...

  • Capitalism and Natural Law

    The author begins with the statement “Christianity and Capitalism both seem to be going through a bit of a rough patch at the time of writing.” Each of these concerns is enough to motivate a book, but Robert N. McGrath, PhD, is concerned about the nexus of the two. He begins with the observation that many people cannot articulate a clear understanding of either capitalism or natural law.

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