“As TyiaLynn discovered, and shares with us here, God is with us every step of the way, encouraging, strengthening, carrying, and guiding.”
—Kyle Idleman, best-selling author of Not a Fan
As the parent of a child with a life-threatening illness, TyiaLynn Mikels knows the inevitable spiritual battle that comes with caring for critically ill children. This study will challenge parents who find themselves in the same situation to get to the heart of issues and work through them. Mikels relates to other parents by openly sharing her own struggles.
Critically Loved will help parents release anger about their child's condition, see beauty among the ashes, and focus on Jesus in the process.Read More
Fifteen-year-old Jaida is trying to navigate life after the accidental snowboarding death of her older brother. The longer he's gone, the more she shrinks into herself, pushing away anyone who tries to help. She spends her days watching the clouds, thinking about her brother and pondering the strange voicemail he left on her phone the day he died.
In a last ditch effort, her parents send her two thousand miles away to her grandparents' ranch, where she and her brother used to love spending time. She meets a boy named Gray that seems different than others she's known. He has an outlook on life that intrigues her. The two develop a friendship, and Jaida starts opening up to him, slowly tearing down the wall she's built around herself the last few months. Over the summer, they learn they are more connected than they think.
Will Jaida finally find peace and hope?Read More
“Part Indiana Jones, part Chessmen, The Baetylus Stone, by Michael Lee Morrison is all adventure.”
— Graham Brown, author of The Eden Prophecy
Haunted by the sins of his father from WWII, Cason Lang has been ostracized by the academic and archaeological communities alike. Having spent the last decade trying to claw his way out of his father’s shadow, he is presented with a unique opportunity promising to fulfill just that. The Huntsmen, a secret government organization, works to track and find the lost treasures of the world.
After discovering a mole within the organization, Cason and his new team of experts now must race against the rival to locate the Lost Library of Ivan the Terrible. Little does Cason and his crew know, there is a greater treasure described within one of the lost texts. Opposed by a group of specially trained individuals and dealing with new information about his father, Cason will embark on a journey from the United States to Japan, Russia, and the isle of Crete in search of a once unknown mystical artifact.Read More
The Portland House takes you into the lives of a widow and her six children as they put down roots in an average Midwestern house in 1970. It welcomes you to the crowded dinner table, where hotdish is a weekly staple and table manners sometimes take a back seat to kids being kids. It shoves you into raucous teenage parties when Mom is on vacation. It chokes you with the smoke of a small kitchen fire. Later you wander the neighborhood and the city of Saint Paul, Minnesota, with latchkey kids until the street lights come on. The house is full of love, teenage energy, and an adopted stray who walks with a limp. From the warmth of family on Christmas Eve, to the sadness of a losing a beloved pet, the Portland House is home to it all. So, come on in and experience life growing up in the era of disco, lava lamps, and Tang orange drink.
From flat cats to ball bats, foolish dares to seance scares, childhood games to stovetop flames, The Portland House is filled with all these and so very much more. Underneath the humor and behind the shenanigans of growing up with five siblings and his hard-working, under-praised mother, Jim Landwehr celebrates the love, compassion and camaraderie that made The Portland House a home. It’s a house of pure delight for all who enter and are welcomed to partake of its stories.
- Michael Giorgio, author of Justice Comes Home and The Memory Swindlers
Jim Landwehr has a way of telling a story that draws you in and helps you relive not only his memories but your own. The Portland House is filled with humor and heartache, and cleverly shows the maturing of a family in their first home. A must read. I look forward to the books yet to come from this talented author.
- Darlene Winter author of I Remember Samson and The History of the Milwaukee County Zoo
Landwehr’s Minnesota upbringing in a family of five siblings and a single mother helped form who he is today. A humorist who tells a potent story of the angst of childhood, daredevil antics, imagination to create play, isolation as survival, and the magic a house plays in family ties.
- Lynne Carol Austin, author of Gull Soup and Ten of SwordsRead More
Pat Walker is only interested in writing romance novels. So naturally, she uncovers a cosmic romance while she is supposed to be learning about the Voyager launch in her Space Science Class.
Twenty years later, she is a bestselling author and hingeing on being engaged to marry her editor, when something—or someone—draws her to the boarding house on the old iron-gated estate. The old place comes to life in its 1920s splendor as she writes the story of the star-crossed lovers she believes once lived there.
Twenty years later, there appears to be a connection between the 1920s most eligible bachelor in town she wrote about and the astrophysicist she studied about in 1977. Perhaps, some things were never meant to be understood even when they’ve just saved your life.Read More
Three disasters neatly spaced seven years apart.
Troy Dawkins hears a pop in his right shoulder and his dream of pitching professionally evaporates in a split-second. In hushed voices, those closest to him refer to it as the first event in “The Trilogy of Tragedy.”
He receives an unwelcome letter from an egotistical preacher that sets off a strange chain of events. With a newfound friend and possible love on the line, can he find a way to escape the haunting nightmares of death and rediscover hope, finding faith . . . one last time?Read More
The Wayfaring Mission is as current as the latest headlines. It explores the impact of what it means on a personal level to have a mission in an age of terrorism and international conflict. In spite of the dangers posed, there are still persons who feel compelled to go to these restricted areas to minister hope. Whether as aid workers, educators, diplomats, or missionaries, these people risk their lives for their calling. It is their mission. What happens then to those that they leave behind? How do they cope with the loss of their loved one? This story explores the search for meaning from one who was left behind. Ellen Wright thought she had found her safe-haven and rebuilt her life within the thick adobe walls of Wayfaring Mission. When wildfire, government agents, and foreign visitors invade her sanctuary and threaten to overwhelm her, she realizes the faith she had lost is now her only hope to stand.Read More
THE STAKES HAVE NEVER BEEN HIGHER.
After the death of their Northeastern Oklahoma minister father, Megan and Sasha find themselves as the human players in a manifested spiritual battle. Unbeknownst to them, it is a battle which has raged for centuries within their ancestral past, one dependent upon the continued intercession of the saints within the family. If they fail, Megan and Sasha will end up as human sacrifices on the altar of their spiritual enemy.Read More
We all know how to lose weight—simply eat less and exercise more . . . right? It sounds like common sense, yet the weight loss industry makes billions of dollars every year on a plethora of products, tools, services, and so on. The same psychology that is required to help people lose weight applies to getting fit financially. It is a matter of spending much less than you earn and investing the rest—so why aren't we all in good shape financially?
In this book, you will be empowered with the knowledge to accomplish seven of the most crucial goals from a financial standpoint and God's perspective:
Unforgiveness can cause serious side effects including depression, increased anxiety, paranoia, psychosomatic complications, heart disease, reduced productivity, divorce, war, and crimes against humanity. Do not drive, operate heavy machinery, or do other dangerous activities while refusing to forgive.
“The practice of forgiveness is our most important contribution to the healing of the world.”
Take the Limits Off Your Legacy: A Woman’s Guide to Unlock Purpose and Vision was created to evoke confidence in women and girls to embrace the power in their story and live a limitless legacy. It’s a journey of becoming who you have been called to be, to honor what you have been called to do, so that you can fearlessly unlock the limitless opportunities of your life’s purpose and vision. Maria provides several keys to remove the limits off not only your mind but also the vision you have for your life. She also challenges you to remove the limits you have placed on the power of God which will ultimately take the limits off of your legacy.
Her narrative and framework provokes readers to strive for a lasting impact on the lives of others by boldly deciding to birth their dreams. Incorporating a sincere account of transformation, Maria uses her story of conquering several personal challenges as the foundation to provide a guide to inspire women and girls all over the world to confidently live out their dreams and embrace a limitless future. Maria shares effective tools to empower you to honor your story, conquer fears and self-doubt, discover your purpose, give birth to your vision, and live a limitless legacy to create an optimal life with confidence, poise, and intention!Read More
Do modern Christians really know
WHAT they believe and
WHY they believe it?
The mists of time and erroneous teaching have obscured the fact that we once knew the answers to the problems that now threaten to unravel our lives and our civilization. These traditional solutions are grounded upon a foundation of Judeo-Christian faith, values, ethics, and morality without which nothing else in Western civilization works as designed. The Beginning of Wisdom leads the reader to understand that Christianity is much more than a religion for Sundays and moments of crisis.
Grounded in historical and biblical precedent, this book provides answers to many questions causing deep confusion in both the Christian faith and society in general. Written from a Christian worldview by an executive/attorney seasoned in the challenges of achieving success in a rapidly evolving culture, The Beginning of Wisdom is, in fact, a book about virtually everything that truly matters.Read More
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