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  • The Language of Lament

    The Language of Lament is an experience of grief. Written after the loss of a child through a second trimester miscarriage, this book is an authentic expression of suffering well when your soul is unwell.

    Offering the reader an inside look at the mental, emotional, and spiritual wrestling of grieving, it gives voice to the varied experiences and questions of the heart and soul tha...

  • A Parable and a Warning

    A parable is a simple story used to illustrate a lesson for a bigger issue. Oftentimes, a big issue appears so complex and of such a longtime duration that we ignore it or fail to fully comprehend it despite what may be its basic simplicity. A parable can enable a big issue to be understood with a plain, simple story. This parable is based upon three diverse families marooned together on a deserte...

  • Izzy

    David Meers, a young world-class geneticist, accepts a job on an island in the Pacific, from a rich man, Henry FitzWilliam, wanting an heir. He convinces his best friend, John, to come work on the remote island with him. David works on FitzWilliam's special project and successfully clones a baby from approximately three thousand years ago. The child, Izzy, is a genius, but is he more than that? Yo...

  • Our God Of Common Senses

    Dictionaries have multiple definitions for both the word common and the word sense/senses. Together, they represent all of humanity, along with the animal functions of hearing, sight, smell, touch, and taste. Several years ago, Victoria participated in a women's retreat. The theme was "Taste and See: Experiencing the Goodness of God." The scripture reference was Psalm 34:8, which has become a favo...

  • Feet on the Mountain

    In this expansive memoir looking back over his fifty-five years of living and working with the hill tribe people of northern Thailand, Richard Mann gives an in-depth account for one of the world's most successful attempts to curb narcotics. As a Christian missionary, and both a project manager and advisor with the United Nations, Mann helped find suitable crops and markets for those crops that cou...

  • Should I Tell Them the Truth

    Should I Tell Them the Truth or Let Them Keep Believing a Lie?, Carol's first book, was birthed out of the desire to help others to overcome depression, fear, shame, and defeat when truth seems to take a backseat to lies. Like many newbies (baby Christians) Carol has experienced some challenges in her Father's house and can tell you, simply, how to maneuver in those waters, without gulping ...

  • Words of Wisdom From a Christian Mentor

    Ever wish you could find one book for yourself or as an indispensable gift to a child/grandchild that would not only provide instruction on writing a resume, furnish guidance in a job interview and also offer key principles for positive growth in your first job?

    Could this single source also provide specific instructions on how best to manage your money; help <...

  • Seventy Times Seven

    Embark on this journey through the territory of Minnesotato 1856, Duluth, with Emma Withers, an eighteen-year-oldorphan who decides that the Lord wants her to move on fromlife as she's known it. She had been blessed with parents whotaught her about the Bible and seems to have a good grip onlife, but there's so much more to learn about herself and thosearound her and the effects that forgiveness ha...

  • From The Seat Of My Pants

    From the Seat of My Pants is a look at motorcycle touring from the perspective of someone who's spent countless hours and tens of thousands of miles in the saddle. "It's the book I was looking for when I started touring fourteen or fifteen years ago," says the author.

    Many people, even those who have been riding for years, have never experienced what it's like to tour the country fro...

  • Widows of the Bible

    Jesus invites you to open up the pages of this devotional to discover God's love, compassion, comfort, and provision for this season of grief in your life. He is in every one of these twelve widow stories written in the Word of God. The stories are true, and these women existed so you can hear their widow story speak to your heart to help heal and restore your loss as you turn to Jesus Christ, our...

  • The Journey of a Clueless Christian

    Have you ever been on a journey? Journeys can be fun like going on an awesome trip. We all enjoy this type of journey. But journeys can also find you walking through some hard times and finding yourself worn out. There are twists and turns and unexpected situations as you continue your journey of seeking purpose and guidance from the One who created us.

    My journey has seen some amaz...

  • From Graduation to Glory

    How often do we pray for our children and their struggles? The struggle for Justin to graduate his senior year kept me in the presence of God, seeking Him for direction. I heard God telling me, “He’s going to graduate.” His words gave me the strength to persevere and not give up, not knowing I would be walking from my son’s life to his life in glory.

    My flesh struggled with ...