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by Marie Wells CoutuTruth is messy. But will their shared secret destroy his political career—or sabotage their marriage? After a whirlwind romance, beautiful Shawna Moore marries Hunter Wilson, the governor of Tennessee. Now, she wonders if the governor ever loved her or only hoped to avoid a scandal. In this modern re-imagining of the biblical story of Bathsheba and King David, an investigative reporter is asking questions—the wedding took place only six weeks following the death of Shawna’s first husband in Iraq... more
by Mark Johnson, MD
All of us want to live the "good life," but there is vast confusion about what this life consists of, and how it is developed. In fact, few seem to actually be living this life, though many try to project the image that they are. This book examines the three distinct paths most often taken to seek this life: following cultural expectations, developing character, and pursuing a relationship with God. A further distinction, between those who profess to folllow God but are in fact following... more
by Melissa Maimone
Do you know the scientific difference between a flower and a weed? Nothing. Yep. It's true. The only difference between a flower and a weed is whether or not you want it to grow where it does.
I have struggled with depression and anxiety most of my life and I don't like it. It's shameful. It's difficult. It causes me pain and limits my life in frustrating, embarrasing ways. Like a dandelion growing in my backyard, I was sure it needed to be plucked, mowed, or zapped wi... more
by Shannon Kuzmich
What lies beyond the point of surrender? Is there a deeper life to be lived even in the mundane moments of each day?
Abiding, the fourth volume in The Chronicles of Formation series, captures the adventures of a woman who has taken the deepest plunge of her life, letting go of the controls and leaning into God. Explore this unknown terrain with her and let your mind consider new questions that could lead you to a more peaceful experience of life
by Catherine DorsetteA short story everyone should read to catch a glimpse of the tragedy which victims and families of the Alzheimer's disease go through....
by Catherine Dorsette"Too often, people are tempted to give up on others, and most times they actually do; particularly when things, attitudes and circumstances are seemingly unchangeable. But God wants to remind us that with Him, all things are possible; that there is hope for anyone alive today, no matter what the situation is, or may have been. All that is required is for that one to reach out and accept the outstretched arms of the Savior Jesus Christ and He will lift up and set that one the Rock to stay."
by Shanna CoveyEach of us, on the journey to truth, knows that there are lessons everywhere. By stopping to see our choices, motivations, and results, we can deepen our awareness of ourselves and our journey. A Call to the Heart is a series of essays in which Shanna Covey dissects her everyday experiences to understand egoic drivers and shift into spiritual solutions. By applying the wisdom of ancient teachings and contemporary spiritual guides, her interactions and notions are transformed into fodder for grow... more
by Catherine DorsetteIn Fire on Montserrat, two lovers meet again after 20 years on a volcanic-ravaged island in the Caribbean. Their search for a son they never knew spices up a recipe for intrigue, deceit and even murder….
by Patrick Paul Garlinger
The 2018 Living Now Awards Silver Medal (Category: Metaphysical)!
The first in a series of channeled works from a group of Light Beings who oversee humanity’s evolution, Seeds of Light offers an unprecedented interpretation of one of the most important and divisive religious figures of all time: Jesus Christ.
Their fundamental message is that the Christ should not be viewed as an idol of worship, but as a state of consciousness. The Chris... more
by Joe Bellistri
Strength Starts Within You is a collection of short stories intended to help the reader become the best version of themselves. I share some of the adversity I faced early in life and how it impacted me into adulthood. Then, how I uncovered the inspiration to make a significant transformation. I use real life experiences and stories to help bring out the best in others.
by Michael D. WesterThe attention of audiences have been captivated by rhythm and rhyme. Who has not appreciated the works of Dr. Seuss or listening to poems that mimic “The Night Before Christmas”? Imagine if the Bible, God’s Word, were put into that format. Would that not also capture attention? Read the following excerpt about the circumstances surrounding the death of Lazarus. Read it slowly and with care. 11:20 When the word had come to Martha That Jesus was coming by, While Mary stayed inside th... more
by Tawanda FullerThere comes a time in our lives when we know exactly where we would like to be, what we'd like to do, and the person we will one day become. However, the road to where we are and where we end up sometimes blur in comparison. Winding roads and sharp turns, veering left when we should have taken a right takes us to places unimaginable. It has the power to inspire us, empower us and shape us in ways even we couldn't have imagined.
by Derek GrayWhen We Were Five features a unique perspective on the harsh realities of continual, untimely deaths, and the never ending perseverance of life. It is the story of one mans quest to break free from 142 years of heart disease , and become the first male in his family to reach fifty. It is an emotional roller coaster as the reader watches the heart disease baton get inevitably passed down to the next male Gray in line, hoping and praying that someone will beat this dreaded monster.
by Annette Cravera GoggioDesperately ill with a brain infection, Ms. Goggio begins a review of her life. Each morning before waking, she finds herself observing a particular time, a particular place in which she views with remorse events that unfold before her eyes. From that review comes a word or phrase that she knows she must write down, so she does, and the conversation begins. She hears a voice talking to her, and she responds, never knowing where the conversation is heading, never editing the words or questioning ... more
by Batya ShemeshFor millions of years, God had been creating and destroying many worlds. Finally, the Almighty decided to make a man in His Image. He would give mankind intelligence beyond all other creations. In this new world, God would seek out a friend in a human being with whom He would be able to communicate. He loves His creations and wishes to be loved as a father. In this book, Batya tells the story of how God first approached her. She then writes about God?s point of view on questions of free choice, ... more
by Renee Valverde WagenblattARE YOU PREPARED FOR THE ENTRANCE TEST TO HEAVEN? The test may only be a question or two ? Did you love? Do you believe in Jesus Christ? Beyond these basics, the Gospels of the Bible relay many commands concerning how we should conduct ourselves. This text identifies forty commandments given by Jesus. Each is followed by the associated verses located in the Gospels of the Bible. Having the verses assembled together gives a full body of knowledge for each subject area. With over 95... more