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  • Truth.Fiction.Lies

    Confessions of an Italian-Irish-Catholic-American Immigrant to Canada by

    How could he be a good boy and a bad boy at the same time? The TRUTH is what is. FICTION is not reality—but it can help us to see the TRUTH through stories, e.g., The Boy Who Cried Wolf. LIES deceive, for evil purposes, and for good purposes. But ...


  • Craft, Cost & Call

    How to Build a Life as a Christian Writer by

    Inspiring and immensely readable, Craft, Cost & Call offers hands-on help to people of faith who want to write well and understand what it takes to be published. For writers yearning to grow in their craft or hoping to launch a writing career, this ...


  • A Letter to My Father

    What Your Son Wants to Tell You But Doesn't by

    Many books have been written about the father-son relationship. Most of the readers are well-meaning fathers looking for helpful advice on how to build a relationship with their sons and impact them in a real, meaningful way from older wise men, who ...


  • The Huckabirds Learn about Self-Worth

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    The foundation of a child’s sense of self worth is built during the early years of life. As parents and caretakers, our investments in this early developing sense of worth will be potentially the most enduring gift we may give to a child – or, ...


  • The Soul Doctrine

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    Joe Thomas wants to follow in his father’s footsteps as a Baptist pastor, but finds minefields in controlling his fleshly passions and struggles to follow the path into spiritual maturity. Follow Joe’s journey through high school, learning to be a ...


  • The Scent of God

    A Memoir by

    When her family moves to Puerto Rico in the early 1950s, thirteen-year-old Beryl Bissell finds herself in a milieu heady with sexuality and passion. Uncomfortable in her developing body and yearning for unconditional love, she becomes convinced ...


  • Service, The Path To Justice

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    Service, the Path to Justice is a timely antidote to cynicism and despair in a world of growing inequality and injustice. The authors argue that serving others is the basis for human survival because only through service to others will injustice be ...


  • America at the Gates of Hell

    How Can We Escape by

    America at the Gates of Hell is about the need for transformation of the hearts and minds of Americans. Never before have we faced such stark historical contrasts of good and evil. We stand at the precipice! Will we choose life? Can we escape our ...


  • Fatal or Fragile

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    That’s what happens to all who forget God … They hang their life from one thin thread, they hitch their fate to a spider web. Job 8:13-14, The Message Satan’s diabolical web is designed to manipulate, control, and ultimately kill you! In a ...


  • Women Pray for Men

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    “The prayer of a righteous person is powerful and effective”, James 5:16, NIV. What would happen if the women alive in this generation invested time into praying for men? So I present before women the challenge, will you commit to pray for the ...