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  1. The Vision

    The Vision

    $24.99

    In our everyday walk in life we have experiences that shape our hearts and mind which direct the path we take and the decisions we make. We must learn to use wisdom along with the skills and abilities we acquire to create avenues that help move us forward.

    The Vision, a work of urban fiction inspired by actual events, narrates a story of what happens when individuals are motivated and determined to make a positive difference in life. It shows how forces and events move in ways to help accomplish the things that motivated them to take action. It communicates how we all have a purpose in life, how discovering and fulfilling that purpose benefits the world and everyone in it.

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  2. How Pornography Harms

    How Pornography Harms

    $16.99

    How Pornography Harms

    Pornography is menacing people, relationships, and society, and this book has the research and stories to prove it.  John D. Foubert, Ph.D., an interdisciplinary scholar who has studied sexual violence since 1993, shares the life stories of more than twenty people directly affected by pornography. He also interviews scholars and explains how pornography affects our brains.  In examining the many ways pornography is devouring the God-given sexual health of the Internet generation, he highlights its connection to sexual violence and how it ruins lives.  He also focuses on who makes pornography and their motives, recent trends in pornography, and how pornography is changing the way people have sex.  Perhaps most importantly, he explains what we can do to confront pornography in our own lives, the lives of our loved ones, and in society.

    Whether you are a teen, young adult, a parent, pastor, scholar, or you are just curious about what pornography does to people, your conscience will be shocked and your points of view deeply challenged by what Foubert has uncovered about the reality of today's pornography.

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  3. Snatched but Followed

    Snatched but Followed

    $17.99
    Snatched but Followed
    Less than a year after a serial rapist terrorized Atlanta, Del Thomas and Will Evans work together again as they struggle against crime boss L. R. Gomez and his followers. Overseeing a criminal empire that encompasses drugs, sex trafficking, and murder, Gomez will stop at nothing to ensure that he remains in control of his domain. Del, Will, and their friends must have courage and faith in order to overcome the long odds against them. Learn More
  4. Hitchin' Post

    Hitchin' Post

    $18.99
    A colorful and imaginative children's book describing ranching life and giving important life lessons all through the eyes of an old jackrabbit named Hitchin' Post. Learn More
  5. God Loves You!

    God Loves You!

    $16.99
    God Loves You!

    All people want to be loved, and we are! In our hectic world, we are sometimes in such a hurry that we forget that God loves us! It is so important for children to know there is a God and that he loves them! This book was written to let every child know they are loved and to remind the parents they are loved too. There are beautiful illustrations to capture the hearts and minds of the readers. At the back of the book, there are endnotes to let the children and adults learn more about God and the love and wisdom he has for us in the Bible. God loved us so much that he sent his one and only Son, Jesus, to die to pay for our sins. God wants us to spend eternity in heaven with him. We hear so much bad news, but this is the good news. God loves us! Learn More
  6. One Man's Hero

    One Man's Hero

    $28.99
    One Man's Hero
    At the age of ten, Sicilian John Palermo was sent by his dying papa, alone and terrified, to live with the Amico family in Gloucester, Massachusetts. Accepted by a loving family and taken in by the community, John grew to cherish and finally defend his hard-working neighbors in court against those forces that would steal their rights and their dignity. Learn More
  7. Starting Points

    Starting Points

    $18.99

    Starting Points: One Hundred Triggers for Writing, Journal-Keeping, and Personal Reflection encourages its readers to be journal-keepers who believe that their thoughts, insights, and discoveries are worth recording, then developing, and possibly publishing. Daniel Pelletier has selected one hundred items from his own journals and letters. Many of these are reflections upon Scripture, while others are inspired by experiences. A few poems and creative bits are included. A serious spirituality is sometimes blended with humor.

    Starting Points is premised upon the idea that journal-keeping is vital to any serious writer. Journal notes from various experiences in one?s life can provide any writer with seed-thoughts and inspiration for later writing projects.

    To encourage readers to begin keeping their own journals, each piece is followed by a blank space for response, query, maybe disagreement, maybe a creative take-off (poem, song, article, story bit). These journal notes may be dated (or not) and collected to a file. The author's practice is to have a "Starters" folder, with each file limited to 50 items or pieces. A dozen files, for example, would have 600 pieces to be "mined" and developed.

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  8. Bad Mood Drive

    Bad Mood Drive

    $17.99

    Bad Mood Drive

    Robert Stanley's life ends on a Monte Carlo road, the victim of a collision between his blue Mercedes and a truck. His death seems like an accident. Many people hate Robert Stanley, that why murder is always a possibility.

    Plenty of people wanted Stanley dead. As an executive, he was ruthless, ruining his own father to gain control of their company. As a husband, he was a shameless philanderer, ultimately driving his wife to suicide. In addition, as a father Stanley was a monster, jealously guarding his wealth from his estranged children.

    No one will mourn Robert Stanley, but his death raises questions. Chief among them: who stands to inherit his vast empire? If the accident had a murderous motive, was it money, revenge, or sheer hatred for a man who took glee in destroying other people's lives? The answer lies in Bad Mood Drive.

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  9. And Then There Was Light

    And Then There Was Light

    $15.99

    Author Christine Taylor was a young girl who grew up in what she initially thought was an ideal family in the suburbs of Philadelphia. Upon relocating to the city, her idealistic world began to crumble with the development of, and the need for, special reading classes. She overcame that disability only to emerge from a dysfunctional family.

    Life got more traumatic after being physically abused by her father and emotionally and mentally mistreated by her "loving family." Added to the mix was the sexual abuse she endured and the need to be a perfectionist. As life unraveled, Taylor developed unrelenting mental illness. Although she received many psychoactive medications, ECT treatments, and years of counseling, God blessed her with a spiritual healing at the age of sixty-three. Since then, she has been in the light and is now working on her master's degree in counseling and therapy to give back to those who are dealing with mental illness.

    In And Then There Was Light, Taylor shares her lifelong journey through mental illness, beginning with a happy childhood that grew dark. She narrates how she found healing through unconventional methods.

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  10. Aging

    Aging

    $12.99
    With so many food choices, it's no surprise that many of us are eating the wrong things. In fact, about seventy percent of Americans are overweight or obese, which proves the old adage: You are what you eat. But it?s not too late to start eating a balanced diet and commit yourself to living a healthier life. With education and some tweaks, you can age gracefully. Dr. Richard Ng, an osteopathic physician with a special interest in nutritional health, walks you through the foods you should stop eating and the ones you need to add to your diet.

    Learn how to:  alleviate the health problems you're facing; complement a healthy diet with regular exercise; boost your immune system; reduce inflammation throughout the body;  cut down on your chances to develop cancer; and  maintain a robust mind as you get older.

    There is no way to reverse the aging process, but you can make choices that will help you slow down many of its debilitating effects. Boost your longevity, mental health, and your chances of living a longer, happier, and more productive life with the insights and action steps in Aging. Learn More

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