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  • Hope Through the Truth: Standing in the Gap in America

    by Stanley Holstein

    Is there any doubt that a full-fledged spiritual war is raging all around us? The legal, moral, and social battles taking place in our homeland are not simply ideological; they are spiritual as well. The increasing rampant rage, random violence, and growing disregard for human life leave many of our neighbors fearfully asking, "What is happening in America?" The entire body of Christ should understand the origin of this onslaught because nothing new is happening in Satan's war a... more

  • Twelve Gifts of Christmas: From Our Heavenly Father

    by Stanley Holstein
    As a child, Christmas was a time of wonder for me. School was closed. Sledding, hot chocolate, decorations, and social gatherings were the order of the day. Finally, on early Christmas morning, I would scurry downstairs to behold the lights ablaze on the tree and gifts stuffed underneath. With great anticipation, and impatience, I would wait for the rest of the family to get out of bed so we could open our presents. So, “Is Christmas truly about gifts?” I say, “Yes, absolutely.” Christmas co... more
  • A Hypnotizing World

    by Weston A. Knudtson

    Why is the world so messed up? War, poverty, crime, sickness, and death run rampant. Is there a root problem to all this? What if there is more to these issues than meets the eye? After all this time, it seems humanity would’ve worked out the kinks. There must be some reason the world is like this. Is there hope for this depressing world? If society continues down the same path, what does the future hold? Does God exist? Is death our final destination?

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  • Circling the Wolf's Head

    by Robert Eaton
    Circling the Wolf’s Head is a series of eight loosely connected essays about the Lake Superior region that trace a clockwise route around the lake, beginning and ending in Duluth, Minnesota. While the essays circle the lake, the book is not intended to be a compendium of information about it, a comprehensive natural or cultural history of the lake and its environs, or even a travel guide to the area. Rather, it is simply the author’s attempt to capture in words his personal experiences while tra... more
  • A Joyous Transformation: The Unexpurgated Diary of Anaïs Nin, 1966-1977

    by Anaïs Nin

    This is the final volume of one of history’s most famous diaries, begun by Anaïs Nin at age eleven and continued until only weeks before her death sixty years later. The diary series has been hailed as a profound literary and cultural achievement, has been read by millions, has inspired generations of readers, and is considered to be among modern literature’s most unique documents, a relentless and inspiring search for self and survival in an unforgiving world. Nin has shown ... more

  • Cheerfulness

    by Garrison Keillor
    In Cheerfulness, veteran radio host and author Garrison Keillor reflects on a simple virtue that can help us in this stressful and sometimes gloomy era. Drawing on personal anecdotes from his young adulthood into his eighties, Keillor sheds light on the immense good that can come from a deliberate work ethic and a buoyant demeanor. "Adopting cheerfulness as a strategy does not mean closing your eyes to evil," he tells us; "it means resisting our drift toward compulsive dread and despond." Funny,... more

    by Folker Krueger
    Life is an adventure to be explored, as Folker showed in his 2016 memoirs. But life goes on, and so do the stories. Strange German social ethics, macho Cuban entrepreneurs trying to make a living from an (almost) unsuspecting tourist and the long-lasting desire to become a pilot are just a few of the themes in this collection of short stories. You will find food for thought and flavours to savour, a little judicious mocking of conventions and a whole host of different cultures and people wit... more
  • The Apostle, the miraculous journey of Dr. G.B. Espy

    by Rick Hill
    Dr. Goodman Basil Espy III, was born on January 8th, 1935---the same day, month and year as another boy from a sleepy southern town: Elvis Presley. Ironically, the two would share more than just birthdays, childhood poverty and poetic names. The son of an Army Captain, who served throughout FDR's Civilian Conservation Corps, Espy moved 16 times before the age of eleven. Despite so many chaotic relocations, Espy focused on family, faith and education to compensate for his insecurities. Espy's d... more
  • Flashlight


    I would like to shed some light on why I chose these topics to write about. Sin is Sin, but still, there lies a difference in Sin. We know that all transgression is Sin. Sin Is "any want of conformity unto or transgression of the law of God" in the inward state and habit of the soul, as well as in the outward conduct of life, whether by omission or commission. The moral state of his heart determines the moral character of a man’s actions. The disposition to sin, or the habit o... more

  • Think in 4D

    by Erica Heinz

    Think in 4D is a book about product experience design: how to think holistically, creatively, and critically to create savvy, successful sites and apps. It pushes the tech industry to think beyond 2D designs and 3D experiences to 4D impacts. More than 500 illustrations and 40 exercises help any student, professional, or entrepreneur level up.

  • The Cosmic Web: Hope for Our World Through Science and Spirituality

    by Joy Andrews Hayter
    We exist in a highly interwoven quantum field: a cosmic web. To see this is to better understand how to live. This enlightening book weaves together current physics, in easy-to-grasp descriptions, with the words of Wisdom teacher Jesus and the writings of many other mystics from the world’s spiritual traditions. The author shows how, with an open contemplative heart, you might access cosmic assistance so needed in these chaotic times. With an engaged spirituality, in alignment with science,... more
  • Laughing Through Life

    by Larry Moran
    This hilarious book invites you to sit down and share dinner with the Morans, a family of ten children, and after dinner to share in the family's pranks and crises. You will walk the streets of Carmel, Indiana, a quiet, small town and will see its shops and meet its neighborly people. Along the way, you will learn what it was like growing up in a large family in a small town during the 1950's and 1960's. Whimsical-at times knee-slapping-tales guide you through childhood, the teen years, early ad... more
  • Why Be Idle When You Can Run With Knives

    by Heather Hawk
    A young run-away searching for stability constructs a life of adventure, Not one to settle for the mundane or societal norms, she attempts to set her own path by calculated progressions or just sheer luck. The story follows her through over 13 different homes and several different jobs showing how all the different skills needed for various career paths come together in an unusual government job. This is about a young female who throws away a middle-class life to find ‘adventure’ with the ... more
  • Would I lie to you?: "How I went about to become a creative writer"

    by Ishak Choudhury
    It was an expected journey into prison which miraculously transpired to be a life time transformation of a dyslexic inmate. Losing his beloved mother amidst of it, but gained far more than what he had bargained for. As he unlocked knowledge which was a hidden secret for decades, acquired wisdom that no money can ever purchase, and develop courage to challenge any form of obstacle - no matter how powerful they may seem? After refusing to study in the foremost beginning and being constantly ... more
  • Rain Dodging: A Scholar's Romp Through Britain in Search of a Stuart Queen

    by Susan Godwin
    Scholar Susan Godwin is hooked when she comes across the captivating story of Mary of Modena—a seventeenth-century Italian princess who was only fourteen when coerced into marriage with the future king of England, James II, yet went on to cultivate a court full of women writers in an age when female authorship was rare. How did Mary achieve such a feat? Rain Dodging is Susan’s creative nonfiction account of the years-long search upon which this question—and her own unquenchable curiosity—laun... more
  • Killer God

    by Kerby Rials
    Perhaps the most difficult passages in the Bible are God's commands to kill every man, woman, and child in Canaan. Skeptics charge that God is either a monster or does not exist based upon these passages. Some Christians are deconstructing their faith as a result. Killer God proposes a third option: that there are explanations for each of these cases. It uncovers historical, archaeological, and biblical evidences for the goodness of God.