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by Peter DavidsonOne of the hottest topics of conversation in America right now is Politically Correct vs. Politically Incorrect language, as demonstrated by the debate over some of the comments made by candidates running for political office. My new book, TRUMPED! – BEYOND POLITICALLY CORRECT, weighs in on this debate by presenting over 100 situations people face in real life along with the type of response a person might give if trying to be politically correct. Then, what a person would say if they have... more
by Dionne FieldsOn my 6th Birthday I received 3 amazing birthday gifts. A Birthday Card A Baby Doll My 1st magazine, called the believers voice of Victory magazine. And now 40 years later, that same magazine still arrive in the mail each month. My thanks to the Kenneth Copeland Ministries, for amazing journey in my life.
by Eric DemareeThis brain-renovating book reveals that a revival of “Jeffersonian reason” and Biblical understanding will expose America’s cultural deformations. It goes on to explain that true religion, which arises from the human conscience, equals mercy. Heart-warmingly, it announces that spiritual joy is the pathfinder for what we ought to do! It also exposes the hypocrisy in “traditional religions” as everything that trivializes mercy. It contains the only published ideological counterweight to... more
by Dahlia Abraham-Klein
Necessary Mourning is written in an eloquent account of the traditional customs that are put into practice when a Jewish person dies providing a moving chronicle of the loss of Abraham-Klein's own father. This unique narrative crosses the boundary between psychology, spirituality and traditional Jewish ritual. Not only describing but also explaining the psychological significance behind Jewish practices and traditions, as Abraham-Klein moves through the five stages of mourning where at each s... more
by William Yelles
The founder and optimist-in-chief of Daily Possible, William Yelles has a miraculous story of spiritual communication. Grounded in universal truth, his messages of hope and healing inspire thousands on Facebook and around the world.
From the introduction:
The first day God spoke to me was Yom Kippur, the holiest on the Jewish calendar. But unlike the religious Jews dressed up fasting and praying to Him all day, I was soaking up the sun in shorts and flip-flops, devouring a maple-g... more
Divorced and Scared No More: Dating After Divorce: From Lemons to Zesty Lemon Sorbet is the third installment of the Divorced and Scared No More series. This book shows readers how to turn the lemons of divorce into an experience of acceptance and renewal, carrying this into dating. In this reading, Tasher gives you tools to help you get back out there and find the love that awaits you. Inside this book, you'll gauge your emotional availability to see if you're ready to accept t... more
Divorced and Scared No More: Practical Advice for the Newly Divorced is the second installment of the three-part trilogy written to assist readers in post-divorce related matters.Book two shares views on maintaining cordial relationships with ex-spouses, with a focus on children and extended families. Topics readers can look forward to discovering answers to include: attending special events with your ex-spouse,the impact of divorce on children, ways to arrange custody issues, how to handle s... more
Have you experienced Divorce? Are you questioning what your future will be after your vows of "I do" turn into "I do not" along with the loss of all the dreams that never will be fulfilled? Divorced and Scared No More: Emotional Support for the Newly Divorced is the first installment of the three-part trilogy written to assist readers in post-divorce related matters while providing you the motivation you need to move on.
Author Tasher speaks from personal experience; having gone throu... more
by James WielandEstimates put the total felon population, those in and out of prison, at roughly 20 million. A felony conviction restricts a person's ability to find decent housing, secure employment and a beneficial social standing. Along with these restrictions is the increased chance of re-offending due to the lack of resources available to offer felons help. Chains of Change is dedicated to providing the general path of success many people have taken in order to improve their lives. It is written from the p... more
by Mark BlevinsLearn about the underlying cultural forces at work in the American South and become a better communicator in Southern settings. Interweaving history, behavioral science and cross-cultural research with humorous anecdotes and stories, this new release out of Nashville wants to make better neighbors of newcomers and native Southerners in this rapidly transforming region.
by Tom McQueenBy 4-time award-winning author, Tom McQueen, Jesus Therapy is a "Therapist-in-you-Pocket" guide to living a Christian life based upon key biblical passages and the life of Jesus Christ.
by Aaron Marcus
This 'cookbook' should be read by anyone interested in getting started in the acting or modling industry for themselves or their children or for those who want to jump to the next level in their career.
Aaron walks people through the process of getting started, creating the right photos, finding legetimate agents and photographers, properly preparing before auditions, memorization techniques, marketing yourself, shooting auditions from home and even how to use ne... more
by Dorothy I. RiddleAre you free of prejudice? Less than five percent of us are because of the pervasiveness of dualistic, “us”/”them” thinking. In Moving Beyond Duality, Dr. Riddle draws on research from quantum physics, the life sciences, and the social sciences to describe our actual dynamic energetic reality and expose the unconscious habits that hold the harmful illusion of duality in place. She shows how we depersonalize ourselves and others (including nonhumans) through bigotry, dismissiveness, stereotyping,... more
by Zoe SummerZoe Summer's self-empowerment book, You Are Enough, delivers a one-of-a-kind, innovative, fun, and easy method that unlocks the key to joy and success for accelerated results to love, health, happiness, and wealth. Through powerful mini mantras every day for sixty days, Summer, an author and artist, teaches you how to rid yourself of suffering, fear, insecurities, anxiety, neediness, and stress and how to open the door to uplifting feelings of self-love, hope, optimism, joy, and more energy. Dis... more
by Larry MartelRegardless of whether it's you, or someone you love that hears those blood chilling words, you-have-cancer, a cancer diagnosis turns your world upside down. You have so many fears and little comfort, so many questions and few answers, what do you do, where do you turn? Until now, little has been written that offers encouragement to ease your fears, or provides answers to the myriad of questions causing your angst. Embracing Cancer – Embracing Life: The Guide For The Journey Beyond Diagnosis, gui... more
by Michelle StimpsonA husband who won’t work. In-laws who let a nine-year-old watch inappropriate movies. A wife who’s been dishonest in bed. Take a 5-minute peek inside real marriages facing challenges which threaten to blur the reflection of Christ that marriage was created to be. Bestselling fiction author Michelle Stimpson teams up with Shundria Riddick, a licensed therapist, to tackle issues rarely discussed but frequently experienced—even in Christian marriages. Each chapter paints a fictionalized behi... more