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by Gizem MutArenia is a shy, young woman troubled with fears and insecurities living an ordinary life in a big city. All that is about to change when she falls into a fantastical, dreamlike world. As she searches for a way back home, she embarks on a journey encountering bizarre and deadly creatures at every turn. Arenia must distinguish between what is reality and what is an illusion if she is to survive. She must learn to make choices between fear and courage, between risk and comfort . . . or someone els... more
by Lloyd D. Ware, Sr.The Door is a soon to be released work that begins with my personal testimony as to how God's loving-kindness drew me into His kingdom. Once saved by God's grace, I then share with you my growth and development as I began learning how to submit to the guidance of the Holy Spirit. I conclude this work by sharing the truths revealed to me as to how to live our lives exercising our authority as kingdom citizens. This work is presented to you in the following manner. The Door Jesus dra... more
by Tommaso GriecoThe 3 charts/graphs in this book guide us in helping determine our position in our 2nd Journey. With our free will of Choices, we receive the Consequences and Conditions. In this ,we are able to gain Spiritual Knowledge in our climb up our own personal chart and ultimate 3rd Journey
by Fred J. ThomsonThis book is about finding God in the most unexpected places and sharing those discoveries of Faith. It’s written to challenge and inspire children rather than talk down to them. Parents and adults will also enjoy the book, who due to the distractions of modern life, don’t take the time to stop and smell the roses of God’s creation... Philippians 4: Finally, brothers and sisters, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable—i... more
by Jacob Paul PatchenLove is superior, family is mighty, and we were put here, not for ourselves, but for each other. These are the core values that were passed down to me from my grandfather. Don’t chase the chickens, because one day, one might just chase you back; beer is more than just a breakfast drink; and do what you want, not what you’re told — these were also some things of value that were passed down to me from Grandpa. Growing up just down the hill from my grandfather and his chickens taught me more ab... more
by Angelica RodriguezThis beautiful children's book is dedicated to all girls and women around the world. Elevates your spirit and women pride while reading it to your girls and learning Spanish at the same time.
by Zinovia Dushkova
This inspirational collection of twelve profound parables reveals the greatest ancient truths of the East, which will be helpful to everyone on their path of self-improvement and spiritual growth.
During her trips across Tibet, India, Nepal, and Mongolia, Zinovia Dushkova, Ph.D., an award-winning author and researcher of ancient mysteries, has stayed at numerous monasteries — those open to the public as well as those hidden high within mountains a... more
by Sweet Van LoanWhat is Christmas all about? Why do we go to church to celebrate it? Every kid has questions. Let's explore together!
by Gerry BairdGerry Baird started learning to play piano at age 26 and not only developed a lifelong passion for music, but also learned powerful life lessons along the way. This musical memoir features entertaining stories and wisdom that will appeal to musicians and non-musicians alike.
by Gerry BairdFor many years I struggled to find real, lasting joy. Whenever I achieved a goal that I believed would bring me happiness I would find that the happiness I sought had moved somewhere else: to the next job, the next college degree, the next completed project, the next success. Never the current one. It was a discouraging way to live, and my dissatisfaction fueled a desire for change. Through books, mentors, good friends and spiritual guidance I learned how to transform my beliefs and thoughts and... more
by Brian JaegerGood satire is hard to find. It's even harder to write. While this is not a complete guide teaching all of the intricacies of writing satire, it does provide some biting satire and an explanation behind each story. The purpose of many of the articles was to show human flaws but not necessarily to solve problems. You can read right-wing rags or liberal laments for that. While most of the book is written as news articles, you will also find interviews with God and Satan, a sermon, and several opi... more
by Maurice Suwa“If Jesus Were Writing To Our Dying World Today, What Would He Say?” —to Galapagos and Darwin (Evolution): “O man, the splendid earth [with its fullness] and the universe [in its glory] did not ‘self-assemble.’ I the Lord God made them, and my name is Yahweh … Now, return from folly and seek wisdom; regain pure knowledge and attain true science—for then you will discern that I AM THE ORIGIN OF SPECIES!” —to Ur and Shinar (America): “O America, I am your Liberty, and you are that hud... more
by Almondie ShampineFour different kids, four different ages, four different lifestyles, but there is one thing they all have in common: A situation they want to escape from. Max Connor is 14 years old. At school, he’s a bully. At his trailer park, poverty-stricken home, he’s a victim of an alcoholic mother and an ever-worsening abusive father. Diane Rockway is the 15 year old daughter of her upper class political conservative father and lawyer mother. She is voted most popular at school until she winds u... more
by Jess FultonWhen we think about miracles, we think in terms of unexplainable by science or nature. But what if miracles were something that did not need an explanation? What if miracles could occur by just allowing them to happen? What if every minute of every day miracles were happening all around us? Perhaps a miracle is just a simple event uninterrupted by humanity. Faith should have died that cold, snowy night in November. But instead, a miracle happened. However, this gift of life, like most gifts ... more
by jon JacobsAlas, I am so far from perfection that I am often addled. I am at times simply nasty. Not humble, not kind, not gracious, simply…nasty. How I would genuinely like to be loving, and interested, and truly praying for others’ best. That is my life’s adventure. That is my life’s pursuit. To be the greatest I can be, the most beautiful and meaningful creature God made me to be. To throw away all those rags of pettiness, those valleys of remorse and sadness. This all lead me to meditation on the One w... more
by Michael HoltzI was diagnosed with stage-3b rectal cancer in March 2012. My book is the story of the lessons I learned about life and how to survive and thrive after any serious illness or difficult situation. In my book I talk about the importance of being surrounded by good people, of having an attitude of gratitude, planning for life beyond illness and so much more.