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by John Cates and Jennifer CummingsArt Greer-Assistant to the General Presbyter, The Presbytery of New Covenant Presbyterian Church (U.S. A.) When parents came to me, having discovered their child was involved in drugs, and asked, "What in the word do I do now?", my answer was simple: "See John Cates!" It still is. Barring that, this book, Recovering Our Children, is the next best thing! Phil Lineberger-Pastor of William Trace Baptist Church of Houston, Texas and Past President of the Baptist General Convention of Texa... more
by HALIMAH BELLOWSThe path to a fulfilling new career is a journey of many steps. Champion Your Career: Winning in the World of Work has been written to serve as a helpful guide and companion on every step of that journey. Champion Your Career is unusual in that it combines career counseling with career coaching. By asking the appropriate questions, Champion Your Career gives you not only the theory behind choosing a career that’s right for you, but offers practical exercises, resources, and powerful questions... more
by Tobias BeckwithA manifesto and guidebook revealing the secrets of the real wizards of history to empower the world changers of today. The author examines the stories of wizards both from legend--Merlyn, Gandalf, The Wizard of Oz, etc.--but also many true wizards from history, including da Vinci, Einstein, Gandhi and more recent examples inlcuding Even Ensler, Jeff McBride and Steve Jobs. He concludes that these unusually effective human change agents share certain common traits. Traits that are not taught in o... more
by Stephanie CarmichaelStephanie Carmichael is an inspirational speaker and author. She is also a two time survivor of aggressive breast cancer. Walk with Stephanie as she shares her story of her experiences in the battlefield of breast cancer and how she learned to find peace in a time of great fear and uncertainty. There is peace to be found right where you are in the midst of the storm. This book was written to bring peace, hope and inspiration to all who are going through or have been through breast cancer.
by Natalie Ross
by Michael Taylor"Contrary to negative media generated stereotypes, I personally believe that Black men are poised to experience unprecedented levels of success in the world today. Never have the doors of opportunity been open wider for us to follow our passions and create the life of our dreams. For those of us who are willing to make the investment in our own personal growth and development, we will be rewarded with great relationships, dynamic health, financial abundance, spiritual connection, a deep sense of... more
by Priscilla RonanThis book focuses on the challenges and emotions of being with someone who is terminally ill and dying. Practical advice for the role you might play, what to do and say, and how to take care of yourself.
by Michael Taylor
Without question life can be difficult and challenging. But what if all the challenges in your life were really just stepping stones to living the life of your dreams? Join Coach Michael Taylor as he shares how he was able to overcome being a high school dropout, a divorce, depression, bankruptcy and foreclosure and is now living his dream as an entrepreneur, author, motivational speaker and radio & TV show host. In this book you will learn that adversity really is your greatest ally and when... more
by Annie GraceMillions of people worry that drinking is affecting their health, yet are unwilling to seek change because of the misery and stigma associated with alcoholism and recovery. They fear drinking less will be boring, involving deprivation, difficulty and significant lifestyle changes. This Naked Mind offers a new solution. Packed with surprising insight into the reasons we drink, it will open your eyes to the startling role of alcohol in our culture. Annie Grace brilliantly weaves psychological, ne... more
by Chad MillerA book full of 68 real life lessons for young adults such as how to ace a job interview, how to buy a car, all about insurance, how to choose college and a career, avoiding money traps, renting and buying real estate, paying taxes and voting, and how to build relationships and contacts. Between the failing education system, lack of parenting, and the addiction to social media, teens have even more of an up hill battle when it comes to their success as adults. This book was created to give youn... more
by Bethany CousinsBethany Cousins, mom of nine, offers her explicit step-by-step advice and expertise of shopping for a large family to help you save thousands of dollars on your grocery bills in The Savings Game. Rather than cut back – or completely eliminate – necessities in life that cost money, she says that we should be considerably reducing the amount of cash we are spending on food and other fundamentals of life.
by Mark ElderA simple and easy-to-use toolbox of techniques to get you out of the emotional red zone. Using the secrets of telephone crisis counselors, this book will get you coping, smiling and thriving.
by Robert K. Maxfield
Using a combination of my back story, Joseph Campbell's 'Hero's Journey' format, my human maze theory, Hollywood storytelling techniques, and behind-the-scenes stories of The Walking Dead, I weave together a self-help book that teaches people how to write the story of their own lives, and how to excel with success, joy, and rewarding relationships.
by Marlene BermoyIt's a typical day in Lincoln Housing as the kids finish up their homework and chores and rush out to the playground to meetup with their friends. But today is a bit different as the Puller family gets news that their dad has orders to Camp Pendleton. This is the first book in a series of titles designed to help military families deal with military issues. www.homefrontind.com
by Lisa Nixon Phillips