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  • The Doors that God Opens

    How Resilience and Determination led to a Doctorate by

    The Doors that God Opens tells the story of a woman, who from at birth displayed resilience, strength, and determination. However, she didn’t do it by herself, even though she didn’t know it yet, God was truly her compass and guide. She had the ...


  • Down Clearbrook Road

    A Girl in a BC Mennonite Village, 1946 –1951 by

    From Alberta, a young Mennonite girl arrives in BC, a"promised land of fruit and relatives. The fruit, it turns out, needs pickers and relatives want kids to work. Even her imagined fabulous "States" is across a border. Her parents buy a farm on ...


  • The Unwanted Twins

    God is always watching by

    As a child, Heidi Kline endured unfathomable physical and sexual abuse at the hands of almost everyone she ever trusted. She and her twin sister, Holly, were labelled "The Unwanted Twins" by their entire family and spent their early years feeling ...


  • Flawed Belief

    Journey of a Shattered Woman's Daughter by

    Flawed Belief is the engaging story of one woman’s journey from childhood to later adulthood as she navigates through fear, faith, transitions, and family relationships. In a simple yet descriptive voice, Nancy Kay Miller takes readers back to her ...


  • The Dee Was Silent

    Life Lessons on the Power of Choice by

    As the writer went through trials not unlike many of us go through in life, she sought God’s face, knowing that she was not capable of coming out of this a stronger woman without his guidance and support. She knew the reason she wound up in this ...


  • A Canadian Childhood

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    Carolyn D. Redl's memoir of growing up on a northern Saskatchewan farm in the 1940s and ’50s captures, in the vivid memories of one girl, a way of life that is a vital part of Canada’s social history. But it is much more than a recollection of rural ...


  • I could almost touch the Devil

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    A courageous, touching and deeply personal story about mental illness, Dawn Rodger’s memoir will shed light on the dark days she experienced before discovering a life of health, happiness and balance. When Dawn, a passionate music teacher and a ...


  • My Tears Were for Her

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    “If they knew I had been sexually abused, if they knew my secret, they would think differently of me. I’ll go through life wearing this mask that I believe is one that is acceptable. People will never know it’s not the real me. Yet my life is not ...


  • The Secret Tribe

    A Memoir of Resilience by

    The Secret Tribe is a powerful, insightful memoir about one woman’s survival from childhood physical, sexual and psychological abuse. Janet A. Handy offers a new perspective on resilience; in the moment of abuse the critical question of “How do I ...


  • They Came

    Pioneer Women of the Canadian West A Sampler of Stories and Recipes by

    European settlement of Western Canada was both rapid and dramatic. People came from all over the world to take advantage of cheap land ($10 for 160 acres/64.7 hectares). Women most often came with parents, or followed husbands and brothers. They ...