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  • A Guy's Guide to Throat Cancer: Do's and Don'ts for Recovery

    by Edmund A. Rossman III

    A Guy's Guide to Throat Cancer is based on the CaringBridge journal entries Ed wrote during his battle with cancer. CaringBridge is a social media platform for people with illness to easily keep all those interested in their treatments and locations as informed as possible in an efficient way. His upbeat approach in these entries were to encourage his friends, family and colleagues to look at life through a guy's eyes, not a being a victim, and with faith in the Lord that he would pull throug... more

  • Jake the Jail Bird

    by Emily Marie Bowles
    Jake's tale is based on the true story of a baby bird who accidentally fell into the care of female prisoners in a small Virginia town. His companionship provided them with direct contact to Nature herself where there was none other. He brought with him a message of hope: There is no separation. Birds of a feather flock together. Even when we ache at the anguish and grief of loving from a distance, love knows no bounds. It reaches everyone, even those otherwise disregarded. It is the do-or-die m... more
  • Unravel Your Hidden Gems

    by Tolu' A. Akinyemi
    Unravel your Hidden Gems is a collection of inspirational and motivational essays from the heart of the acclaimed author, Tolu' A. Akinyemi. Released hot on the heels of Tolu's first book of poetry, Dead Lions Don't Roar, this new book is a study on Life, encouraging people to succeed at what they feel is important to their own happiness. Be it private life, business, religion, career, or relationships, each part of life is discovered. This mind-altering life manual can be read as a whole or... more
  • The Secrets of Gabriel In the council of the Gods

    by Zents Sowunmi
    .This book is the author’s analysis of the three Abrahamic religions and some of the African religions. The role of angel Gabriel is critically examined in this book to open up details behind his messages. The author notes that the content of this book is purely for academic exercise, and it is not written to disrespect any of the religions mentioned.
  • Breaking Baptist

    by Peter Spicer
    For those wondering why fundamentalist and evangelical leaders are often immersed in scandal, how seemingly pious members of the Christian right can vote for immoral con artists and how America keeps moving further to the right while economic inequality soars, Breaking Baptist helps answer those questions. Author Peter Spicer grew up in a Wisconsin fundamentalist church (IFB), attended a cult-like IFB college in the state, has family ties to infamous politician Joe McCarthy and was a long-time e... more
  • Discipleship in the Postmodern Age

    by Daniel L. Kohn
    There is a “missing link” in most churches today. There is a significant gap between membership and active involvement in ministry. What is missing is what Jesus modeled in His earthly ministry—disciple making. In the absence of this model from Christ, churches struggle to maintain membership and ministry. Underequipped members lack the enthusiasm and insight to truly be a part of active ministry. The reverse is also true—when members are trained as active disciples, the ministry potential of th... more
  • Our Road to Damascus: 7 Lessons for a Life of Purpose and Meaning

    by Dan Assisi

    Change is in the air. We can feel it. But everything seems so uncertain and confusing... How can we make sense of it all? How do we move past the discomfort we are feeling and navigate toward meaningful change?

    To help us through it, internationally acclaimed speaker Dan Assisi transforms an old story told countless times before into something new and deeply relevant to here and now. In Our Road to Damascus, Dr. Assisi uncovers 7 lessons from Paul's famous journey that will... more

  • Captured In A Life Case For Truth

    by Lisa Leikam

    There’s more to life than meets the eye. Lisa was finding life was filled with magical and mystical phenomenon’s, signs, and revelations. She was finding love, angels, and guidance from Heaven, around her.

    Angels and loved ones crossed over, were perpetually close. She discovered, love never dies. It was eternal, and forever. The defined signs, and exemplary exhibits, were being compiled. And yet, there was that one unknown. The sign formed mysteriously, in their trashcan.... more

  • Apocalypse: Here and Now! Are You Ready?

    by Betsy Fritcha
    Does it seem to you that everything in the world around you is shaking? Well, it is! Are you asking, “Why am I so unsettled? Why do I sense such foreboding in my circumstances? Why do I seem to be so scared about what I do not even understand?” Then this book is for you. Discover in this book answers for your “whys”. There are answers that may surprise you. You can live in peace in the midst of chaos, if you so choose. This book can be used as a Bible Study to find truthful answers to your quest... more
  • Life Lessons: 36 Lives Reveal the Secrets of Life

    by Paul Troutman
    Life Lessons looks at the lives of thirty-six people, including Mose, Deborah, The Buddha, Confucius, Ester, Jesus, Muhammad, Joan of Arc, Sacagawea, and Sojourner Truth. A psychic reading was done on each person to get a different perspective on their lives, and all the lives were examined to distill the truth about life.
  • Wounded Wounder or Wounded Healer

    by Dr. Eugene C. Rollins
    All people are wounded in some way and in some form to some degree. The book seeks to answer the question why some people heal and become healers and assets to the community while other people do not heal becoming wounders of other people and liabilities to the community.
  • The Destiny and Signs of God

    by Ionel Rotaru
    So far, our civilization has developed only one method of communication – OUR EVERYDAY INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION. Time has come for all of us to learn a second method of communication – to commit our thoughts to COMMUNICATING WITH THE UNIVERSE. By interacting with the Universe, we communicate with God, and God is THE ONLY ONE in the Universe WHO can give us the best advice regarding our choice to build up our destiny and secure ourselves with a sound and continuous evolution.
  • Cracking the Code to a Higher Power: How to Connect with your Inner Peace

    by Elizabeth Swearman
    JOIN ELIZABETH ON A JOURNEY TO PEACE & CALM Wouldn't it be wonderful to feel calm, peace, stillness every day? To win the war with the world and slow time down... To realize that you have the power to make this change; the world is yours... Inside of this book is the answer to all of those "why me?" questions we have a tendency to mutter throughout our long hardworking days. If you rolled your eyes as you read that, this book is for you too! You are two flips of the page away from learning... more
  • Gain Save Give: Doing the right thing with money

    by Peter Dixon

    "Money never stays with me. It would burn me if it did.” John Wesley

    John Wesley's eighteenth-century message about personal finance, 'Gain all you can. Save all you can. Give all you can.' is as radical today as it was three centuries ago. Perhaps more so.

    Gain Save Give updates Wesley's words for today's concerned Christian, and for all who want their money and resources to make a positive impact for good in the world. As ... more

  • Alice's Ego

    by Alice Sanza

    Join Alice on her spiritual journey around the world and further. Can Alice find the dark shadow within?

    Filled with basic spiritual philosophy and concepts. A spiritual journey can be arduous and hilarious but it is a lot more fun than complying to others expectations!

    Enjoy !

    Alice xx

     

    ‘This book is a must read for people searching for their truth, it takes us through the ups and do... more

  • Messiah, Jesus Christ, Gives Us the New Hope: Evil Bruises Us, But Christ Gives Us the Restoration and Victory

    by Anna Cortez
    There is a saying in Asian classical battle principle by Sun Tzu (c. 6th century BC) who was a Chinese General, military strategist, and author of The Art of War, an immensely influential ancient Chinese book on military strategy; said, . "Know your enemy and know yourself, find naught in fear for 100 battles. Know yourself but not your enemy, find level of loss and victory. Know thy enemy but not yourself, wallow in defeat every time." (知彼知己,百戰不殆) From the moment of human beings' fall and gr... more

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