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  • Does God Have a Gay Agenda?

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    There’s a war raging all around us for the souls of men and women—for the souls of not only a generation, but of an entire community. An entire “nation,” if you will. That nation is the LGBTQ community and its adversary, it’s sad to say, is the ...


  • Thoughts During Pandemic 2020

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    Thoughts during a Pandemic is a well-written and insightful journal based on author Nicholas Fung's personal thoughts during the Covid-19 Pandemic. The journal provides deep insight into the economic and social events of our times. It also provides ...


  • The Naked Truth Unveiled

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    What are the odds... - those who preach righteousness are not right? - today's Christians are not followers of Christ? - biblical truth, as it is known today, cannot be trusted? Before the enemy's damnation to earth he held a place in heaven as the ...


  • Community in the Face of Tragedy

    Eleanor's House by

    A short, concise, yet powerfully inspirational book, Community in the Face of Tragedy: Eleanor’s House takes readers on a journey of humanitarian care and practical living out of the gospel. In a world that can seem overwhelmingly unkind at times, ...


  • Refugee Countdown

    A Canadian - American Partnership to Resettle a Syrian Family by

    Refugee Countdown presents the questions and dilemmas ordinary people faced in deciding whether to sponsor refugees and how to go about doing so. It’s an insider’s story of what actually happened, rather than an outsider’s prescription of what is ...


  • Thank GOD He's Not a B.I.T.C.H.

    Finding Your Right Man by

    Her first self-published piece Thank God He is NOT a B.I.T.C.H. - Finding Your Right Man is a personal narrative that is a brashly entertaining and useful volume whose themes of personal empowerment, freedom from manipulation and respect are ...


  • 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 ...


  • 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 . . . ...


  • These Beautiful People

    Real Stories. Relentless Hope by

    “Africa’s real beauty—her greatest treasure—is her people.” — Twila Stories are powerful. Stories tear down walls that keep us from each other. Stories set us free from the prisons we live in by suffering in silence. *** These Beautiful People ...


  • 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 political bias. Philosophically and culturally, the ...