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  • Come, Walk With Me

    A Life Lived With Joy by

    This writing began as a light, retrospective narration walking through remembrances common to many who grew up in prairie farming communities in the last seventy years. The walk continued through life’s experiences which were, in turn, challenging ...


  • The Simple Road to Heaven

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    Though most people know of God many know little about Him. Faithful followers of God believe in salvation and eternal life while nonbelievers deem God as a myth, a product of believer’s overactive imaginations. Don West walks the reader in “The ...


  • Life at the End of Us Versus Them

    Cross Culture Stories by

    Our present moment can no longer sustain a stable “us” defined against an alien “them.” So say René Girard and Ivan Illich, radical critics of both Christianity and culture. If they are right, this makes our time an endtime. The end of us against ...


  • So You Want To Write a Book On Islam

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    This book is nominally the results of an attempt to find a publisher willing to contract with the author for the printing of a thesis on the inability of Western liberal society to critique Islam without applying a politically-correct glory-to-Islam ...


  • Wrestling For My Jewish Identity

    An Eclipse With Reality by

    ​​What could possibly prompt a world-acclaimed respected Christian, pastor, author, and public speaker to embrace Judaism? And not just embrace it, but become a rabbi? Wrestling For My Jewish Identity: An Eclipse with Reality is the true story of ...


  • Refuel

    Strengthen Your Soul, Energize Your Mission by

    Are you running on empty? God does not want you to live that way and he has made every provision for you to be replenished physically, emotionally, relationally and spiritually! REFUEL helps you to identify and protect yourself against draining ...


  • God's Fire on Ice

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    At the age of twenty-two, Kayy Gordon headed for the Arctic Circle to be a missionary among the Inuit. There she adapted to the land of the midnight sun, sharing with the Inuit their camp life and winter storms, traveling with the reindeer herders, ...


  • Thoughtful Adaptations to Change

    Authentic Christian Faith in Postmodern Times by

    Western culture has changed radically in the last fifty years. Death seems less dreadful, sexuality less sacred, and humanity less dignified. Reason has yielded to passion, and science often to personal opinion. Philosophically and culturally, the ...


  • Untangling Tangleville

    Stepping Out! Just as Any Town Can by

    In our modern age, Christianity and secularism have increasingly become estranged. As Christian denominations individually attempt to promote the survival of moral and ethical standards of the past, it seems David is facing the giant Goliath . . . ...


  • Broken and Beautiful

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    The Japanese have an ancient tradition called kintsugi. Instead of discarding a beautiful bowl that has been broken, they use gold to repair it, creating a vessel that is unique and even more valuable than before. Kintsugi illustrates the truth that ...