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  • 13 Billion To One

    by Randy Rush
    As a welfare kid who grew up in the streets, Randy Rush had to fight for everything he got and knew what it was like to struggle. So, when he was suddenly handed $50 million in tax-free money, he vowed to use his new-found wealth to help others. But what he didn't see coming was Jeremy Crawford. In his gripping, adrenaline-packed memoir, Rush takes readers on his rocket-fueled journey after a trip to the corner grocer to buy food for his beloved cat, Conway Kitty, leads to the discovery that he... more
  • Conspiracy of Grace: A Wild Tale of Transformation

    by Robbi Cary and Dale Fiegland
    Struggling and persistently fighting against family put-downs and abuse of every kind, turned Dale Fiegland into a gun-toting, knife-wielding Mafia runner addicted to alcohol and drugs-the kind of man God loves to get ahold of and change. When Dale finally stopped fighting God and asked Him for help, miraculous events followed that can only be called a /Users/StressFreeKids2/DesktopConspiracy of Grace. This winsome tale, touched with humor, is shared in plainspoken style by a pastor/counselor un... more
  • Sockfoot Soldier

    by Cosette Haugen
    Fresh out of college, Cosette Haugen lands herself in an adult psychiatric ward. Faced with the grim reality of modern inpatient wards, she struggles to maintain sanity in a place where conditions are, according to one patient, worse than prison. During her stay, she meets women engaged with their own battles—with themselves, their circumstances and the hospital system. Together they endure everything from booty shots and bewilderment to boredom and bingo.  This is a story told with uncensore... more
  • LABELED: Ward of the State

    by Kenisha E. Anthony

    An abandoned child of drug-addicted parents and Florida’s broken child-welfare system, Kenisha E. Anthony was left to wonder if anyone would ever want her. As a young girl, desperate for love and belonging, she bounced from one unstable home to the next, packing only resentment, abandonment, and heartbreak to take with her. Still, Kenisha found her way, ultimately breaking barriers and shattering statistics. Against advice to “just get a GED,” she earned both an undergraduat... more

  • The Good Girls of Al Noor

    by Linda Keteyian
    Meet Maha. She’s small, she’s cute and she’ll steal your heart right before she gets you fired for not helping her to like science. No need to go straight into a panic, eleven-year-old Mariam S. will affirm your efforts to Miss Shaima, the social worker and Maha’s ninth-grade sister, both of whom wield equal power. Your Arabic doesn’t need to be great, probably better if it’s not, you don’t really want to know what the girls are shouting at you. This is a grade six classroom in Abu Dhabi, and we... more
  • Love, Unpacked

    by Andi Franklin

    How many times have you returned from a life-changing trip only to leave novelty keychains and unsent postcards in your suitcase until the next adventure? Suddenly your carry-on is so full that you’ve got to use your expansion zipper to cram an extra seventeen pairs of underwear for your 3-day cruise. In the same way that we let souvenirs from our last trip take up valuable space in our bag, we rehash our past and let it keep us from our most basic human need—to g... more

  • Miracles Of Kingman Prison

    by Chaplain Paul Vescio
    Hebrews 11:1 Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen. The Miracles of Kingman State Prison is my personal testimony of the incredible workings of God that I personally witnessed while I was an inmate at Kingman State Prison in Kingman Arizona from 2008 to 2010. The greatest miracle of all was the countless number of inmates who gave their lives to Christ while I was there. It is therefore my solemn prayer that this book will help lead many lost souls to Ch... more
  • Victory Over Suffering Through Christ Our Lord

    by Chaplain Paul Vescio
    I have been on a journey over the past few years in trying to understand suffering and what I have found is that the more we try to understand it the more questions we have about it. The Lord placed on my heart to write this book that includes my friendship with Joan and how we as Christians deal with suffering. I serve our Lord as a Volunteer Community Chaplain in an Acute Respiratory Care Center in Deer Valley Az. Many of the patients where I serve are on ventilators, some patients are coma a... more
  • Can't Breathe: A Memoir

    by Laesa Faith Kim
    A child born too early, clinging to life. Her heart is incorrectly formed. Her airway is compromised. She is unable to swallow or breathe. A mother losing, finding and remaking herself, again and again. A family who refuses to give up. Can’t Breathe is a young mom’s compelling recollection of her medically complex daughter’s journey toward life. Evelyn Faith survives—she even thrives. But her path is unimaginably hard, riddled with pain and trauma, hope and miracles, and incessant uncer... more
  • Knocking from the Inside: A Memoir Veiled in Numbers

    by Jacquii Leveine
    YOU’VE NEVER READ A MEMOIR LIKE THIS, but you will want to follow my nine-year road map which backtracks to the beginning of my story—year 2010. I lie desolate on my living room couch, deciding the fate of my unborn child. My unilateral decision results in a vengeful breakup. In the fallout, I meet the alluring Siete Jackson in 2011. We’re quickly enraptured. But he changes, adding another layer of complication. He slowly slips away, offering himself in small bites, feeding me cryptic riddles ... more
  • Coaching for Life

    by Andrew Pansini
    "Coaching for Life" opens our awareness that we have been given the gift of knowledge, and we can choose to use this resource to improve the world for those around us, and ultimately for ourselves.
  • Riding Soul-O

    by Debi Tolbert Duggar
    In 2007 I was 52-years-old; I was facing an empty nest, an empty occupation, an empty bank account, a quantifiably empty, love life, and a bankrupt ideology of what comprised my purpose in life. If Maslow’s Theory was correct, I was still a long way from the Pinnacle of his triangular reference of Life Stages - Self Actualization. I was soul sick; I was left wondering, “Is this all there is?” I arrived at this point in my journey and realized I was again alone on the Life Road, and my role as ... more
  • Too Good to Be True: Scottsdale and Privatization in the 1980s

    by Paul Redvers Brown
    This is the personal story of a very public project. In 1984, a respected Boston environmental engineering firm took on the industry’s biggest engineer-constructors to win the first municipal water treatment plant privatization project in the country. The City of Scottsdale, Arizona had embarked on the "untested" financing approach to take advantage of tax incentives that arrived with the presidency of Ronald Reagan. Because it was the first of its kind, and the water industry saw many more to c... more
  • The Path of a Buddhist

    by Michael Boyajian
    Join the author as he recalls his earliest encounters with Buddhism and his subsequent awakening on the Dharma path.
  • The Rise of a Freemason

    by Michael Boyajian
    Join the author as he recalls his earliest encounters with Freemasonry and his subsequent rise in the craft
  • Whatever Happened to Lil' Bobby Burton? A True Adventure

    by Becky Brinkley
    Beginning on the playground as a child, the love of football drove Bobby Burton through his life. Nobody expected 145-pound Bobby to play or survive college football, let alone be MVP. Follow Bobby’s adventures as a college football player, a pro recruit, an Air Force pilot, a Vietnam vet, a survivor of two plane crashes, and a father of six. A true sportsman at heart, Bobby’s humor and sports go hand-in-hand. If you like classic football or true military stories, you'll love this one.