Biography & Autobiography
Journals of Victory
Following God's Vision for My Life by Betty Charles
What do you do when you receive a vision from God, telling you to build a church? Eighteen years ago, Betty Charles received such a vision. She was a new believer, and the vision seemed impossible. In her search for answers to her many questions ...
Don't Ever Call Me Mother
Homeless In My Own Home by Helen Martin
The first six years of Helen Martin’s life, living on a Saskatchewan farm in the 1950s, were idyllic. But everything changed when her mother passed away. The sudden and inexplicable cruelty and neglect that Helen endured at the hands of her ...
My Amazing Hands
by James E. McCarthy
MY AMAZING HANDS HAVE DONE EXTRAORDINARY THINGS! I will tell you about . . . — some extraordinary people My Amazing Hands have met . . . Wayne Gretzky, Vince Gill, Jerry Lee Lewis, Sam Elliott, and 30 more! — extraordinary places they have ...
A Broken and Crushed Heart Restored
Surviving in a Dysfunctional Home by Helene M DeWitt
I was raised to be fearful; and then rejected for being fearful plus I have Tourette syndrome; I was made to believe I was a complete failure no matter which way I went. A Broken and Crushed Heart Restored follows Helene M DeWitt’s recovery from ...
Stories of Silverado Ranch
by Anthea McLean
“I have always wanted,” he said, “to find a wild piece of desert and turn it into an oasis.” Anthea and Roy McLean prospered as working professionals for years—but that life didn’t quite feel right. One day, when they were taking care of their ...
A History of the Beauprés of Portsmouth by David More
The Beauprés have a long and complex history with Canada, having helped build the country into what it is today through their hard work and perseverance. Beginning in 1620 and ending in 1956, Pierre’s Song details the lives of various generations of ...
A Heavenly Perspective of the Down-to-Earth Life of Clayton H. Steiner by Jere Steiner and Clayton Steiner
More than anything, Beemer, one of Heaven’s chroniclers-in-training, wants to launch his career by writing the story of a famous human. When the ambitious trainee is assigned a lowly farmer’s son, Clayton Steiner, as his first project, ...
The Horses of Sierra Leone
First Tour of Duty A Memoir by Leeland Shelly Nash
In this gripping and painful memoir, Leeland Shelly Nash recounts her first tour of duty as a UN military observer in Sierra Leone while the country transitions from a brutal civil war to the election of a new government. As if acclimating to the ...
The Trials and Tribulations by Kurt F. Suss
Dogs have been integrated into human society since before recorded history and have played important roles as hunters, protectors, guides, and most of all, companions. No one knows this better than Kurt F. Suss, a professional trainer and life-long ...
Growing Up in Manitoba in the Fifties and Sixties by Frederick Ross and Helga Ross
It was the era of the Cold War, shiny new cars, rock 'n roll, and the magic allure of television. Entertainment was literally turning from black-and-white to colour, and its audiences were likewise bursting into adulthood in living technicolour. ...