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  • Emerging

    A Prairie Girl's Journey of Faith by

    Hailing from the Canadian prairies, Rita Springer has lived a remarkable life. Now thriving on Thetis Island, Rita and her dear friend, trudy chiswell, bare the truth of Rita’s inspiring journey with family and faith. Coming from a long line of ...


  • The Painted Skirt

    by

    Heartbroken after her short love affair, and her dream of becoming a concert pianist shattered, Inju returns home from her schooling abroad, and finds herself pregnant, alone, and without options in a strict Confucian society that is sure to condemn ...


  • Taking Chances

    On a New Life in Canada by

    In 1955, Otto Schmalz had been a single German immigrant in Canada for four years. It was time for him to go back to Europe and find a wife. In this, Schmalz’s fourth book of memoir, he takes us on an adventure that takes us from his return to ...


  • Buharism

    Nigeria's Death Knell by

    This book poses the question: When does a President lose the moral authority to lead? • Is it when he steals an election and usurps the presidential mandate the people had given his primary challenger? • Is it when he orchestrates ...


  • A Journey of Faith Across a Turbulent Century

    Memoirs of a Refugee Pastor by

    How do you find the courage to go on when everything you knew is gone? That is a question faced by Philipp Weingartner several times in his life. Born into a family of insignificant farm labourers in a town, region, and country erased from our ...


  • Garnish

    My Hometown, My Story by

    I was born in Garnish where I received my early education. I went on to study Naval Architecture at the Marine Institute in St. John’s, which led to a forty year career as a designer at Marystown Shipyard in Marystown, NL; but my life was about much ...


  • Mafetai and Palahna Malysh

    A Journey to Canada by

    This publication was twenty-five years of genealogical research by our father, John T. Malysh (1919-2014). He was a second-generation Canadian of Ukrainian descent who grew up witnessing his parent’s struggles. For him, it was an ambitious project ...


  • Spirited Oasis

    Tales from a Tanzanian Village by

    When two curious biologists seek a new home in a remote part of Tanzania called Mangola, they find adventures in abundance. They are greeted with dramatic scenery, red-dust whirlwinds, a lush oasis, bad roads, and a striking cast of colorful ...


  • From Dean to Dand

    The Wanderings of One Branch of the Hathaway Family from England to the Canadian Prairies by

    From Dean to Dand follows the Hathaway patronymic from its inception in the Forest of Dean in Wales, when it was recorded in the Domesday Book. The family spread across England before crossing the Atlantic to the American colonies. One branch of the ...


  • When Three Roads Collide

    A Memoir of God's Grace by

    No matter how difficult the situations you have faced or are facing, you can still overcome them. The things we go through are only shaping us to be able to receive the greater things that God has in store for us later in life. These situations ...