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A Call to Repentance & Restoration is a personal prayer guide designed to be used in private, small or large group settings by individuals, churches and organizations who desire to draw closer to the Lord in response to His call to repentance and restoration. Within this personal prayer guide are prayers of praise, thanksgiving, and confession for both the new follower and the seasoned disciple of Jesus, offering specific steps to take in responding to this call.$2.99–$8.99
A Father’s Stories For His Children, is a series of stories written to spark discussions not only in school but at home as well. The author is an educator and a retired USAF officer. He put these short stories together for his children and grandchildren drawing from his experiences growing up and as educator and military officer. Many of these stories deal with real life issues all kids face. The
stories are grounded in Biblical principles and have Bible passages to look up for further study and discussion.
About the Author:
Dr. Robert D. Shanks Jr. (Dr. Bob) is a retired USAFR Colonel who served in the intelligence field. A former junior high school teacher and public school administrator in Nebraska, he was often called for active duty assignments. His last active duty assignment was as a professor at the USAF Air War College located at Maxwell AFB, in Montgomery, AL. He is a graduate of the University of Nebraska,
the USAF Air Command and Staff College (ACSC) and the Air War College. After retirement he served as an Adjunct Professor at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (ERAU) in Prescott, AZ.$2.99–$28.39
Hope Town is a beautiful island community filled with history and hospitable people.
It is the warmth and sincerity of the Islanders that make this “Paradise” a very special place.
Hope Town, originally called Great Harbour settled in 1785, is on the Island of Elbow Cay, and is located in the Abaco Islands of the Bahamas.
Hope Town wraps in a crescent shape around the Harbour with the Elbow Reef Lighthouse (Built in 1863) as the focal point to the setting sun. Sailing vessels at mooring in the calm Harbour, the sound of the surf breaking on the white sandy beaches and the quant Older “Loyalist Style” Houses of Hope Town make it a quiet, pleasant and memorable place to live or visit.$15.44–$27.95
I Used to Be Racist is about my life growing up in NYC pre and post-9/11. I never discriminated or judged anyone based on their religion and/or race until that tragic day and the weeks that followed. At 10-years old, I loaded up on the information being shared by the local news stations about what the terrorists looked like, and how they could be potentially lurking in various parts of the city. After moving to Ohio, I experienced racism for the first time, which opened my eyes on my own ignorance. Eventually, I became brave enough to encounter the “enemy.”
About the Author:
“In his first book, J. L. Raynor talks about his early years growing up in New York City, and his love for the World Trade Center as a child. After September 11th and the weeks that followed, he began watching news reports that identified those responsible for destroying his favorite buildings. He developed a substantial amount of hatred towards not only Muslims, but anyone who resembled Middle Eastern culture. Later in life, he moved to Ohio for college, where he was introduced to the type of racism that he only ever saw in the movies. Despite his experiences, till this day he is grateful of these moments because it forced him to become an adult faster than others. When asked where he’s from, he says “I was born and raised in Brooklyn, NY but I grew up in Ohio.”$10.95
In a world in which 49-51% of all marriages end in divorce; less people choose to be married; and others live a life of drudgery in their marriage, it is refreshing to learn from someone who is 100 years, how she and her deceased husband fell in love in the midst of very challenging circumstances; stayed in love; raised a family in two geographic locations and maintained their love. It is even more exemplary that this love did not die after 54 years of marriage and her husband’s untimely death. Even at the age of 100, Mrs. Carmen Carrington is still in love with her husband Ralph Carrington.
May her story inspire you to find lasting love; and may your love last forever.
About the Author:
#1 Bestselling co-author of Success from the Heart, Dr. Nicole Erna Mae Francis Cotton is a transformational leader, certified success coach, and a marriage and family therapist. Through her authentic and passionate love for life and people, she has helped persons of all ages, races and cultures; couples, families and organizations to make positive and lasting change.
She holds a BA in Psychology from the University of Tampa, a Master’s in Marriage and Family Therapy from The Oral Roberts University, and an honorary Doctorate of Divinity from Grace Hill Bible University.
She is the author of It’s Time for Change, and How to Thrive in Trying Times, which presents a profound message of hope. She is also the producer/singer/poet of Poetic Vibes to Help You Thrive, a CD of her poems sung and recited to powerful and inspiring music.
Dr. Francis Cotton is happily married to her husband and business partner Roy Cotton Jr. To experience one of Victorious Living’s transformational retreats, register at: www.victoriouslivingretreats.com$2.99–$33.85
This book is about various miraculous interventions in peoples lives. There are stories from a 2 year old to a 73 year old and several in between as well as in different walks of like. Some are as told to me by others and some are the authors’.
God is still a God of the miraculous. If you don’t think so, I really believe that if you just read this book, you’ll change your mind.
Take a peek inside and let me hear from your and let me know if you believe or not.
About the author:
Patsy Moore and her husband are the minister’s of God’s Way Ministries in Cuero, Texas and where ever they are invited. She has spoken at churched about her miraculous healing and still preaches about God’s mercy toward her and her family.
Patsy has been a talk show host, radio personality/manager as well as a published song writer and a professional artist as well. Her music is praise and worship. She paints in watercolors, oils, pastels and acrylics and specializes in landscapes, buildings, animals and portraiture. Her paintings have hung in various galleries in Texas.
Patsy has known for a while that she would write a book before she went to be with the
Lord, she just didn’t know what about or when. After being healed and her husbands near death, she realized that it was time, God gave her the title name and so she got started. At first she thought it was about all the miracles in her life until the incident with her husband and as more testimonies came in, she realized that it was God’s work in various ways.$2.99–$8.50
“What you are about to read will defiantly speak to your heart.
Proverbs 4:23 says “Above all else, guard your heart, for everything you do flows from it”.
A healthy heart is a step in the right direction in our attempt to live a long life, however
God has designed each and everyone of us to live not only a long live here on earth but also to live a life that
would last forever. The Lord spoke through the prophet Jeremiah and said,
“The heart is deceitful above all things and it is extremely sick;
Who can understand it fully and know its secret motives?
“I, the Lord, search and examine the mind, I test the heart, to give to each man according to his ways,
According to the results of his deeds”. Jeremiah 17:9-10.
Your heart is most precious to God and his desire is to give you a new heart in place of the one you may
have at this moment. It’s a spiritual heart and in a nut nutshell as they say, it’s the real you that exists
inside of the here and now you at this moment.
About the Author
Lloyd Ortiz is the founder and senior pastor of Living Hope Church in Grants, New Mexico.
Lloyd has been married to his high school sweetheart Lena for 43 years.
Together they have 5 children and 18 grandchildren.
God has graced them with the gift of reaching children of all ages.$7.95
This book is a guide to the Spiritual Exercises of Ignatius Loyola. It is intended to assist a person on unique Christian Spiritual Pilgrimage of faith. Applying insights of contemporary psychology and insights of one of the great masters of Christian Spirituality, the reader is introduced to the five distinct movements of Christian spiritual living. Topics covered include understanding human brokenness, encountering Jesus of Nazareth and the Christ of Christian worship, coming to grips with human suffering and redemption, living with resurrection hope and accepting the gift of the Holy Breath of God, rules for discernment and election. Playing an active role in finding a spiritual companion and experiencing the benefits of ongoing spiritual direction is discussed.
About the Author:
Julius M. Rogina, Ph.D., ABMPP is a licensed clinical psychologist and a priest in the Episcopal Church, Diocese of Nevada. He has worked in inpatient and outpatient clinical settings for the last forty years. He assists Christian Communities with conflict resolutions and discernment process. He has taught in several Universities in the field of psychology and spirituality. The current faculty position with the Medical School, Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences involves him with a psychiatry residency program in the supervision of psychotherapy. His teachings and writings focus on the integration of Psychology and Christian Spirituality. As a former Jesuit priest and now Episcopal priest, he brings a Christian spiritual dimension to his clinical practice and writings. He and his family reside in Reno, Nevada.$25.04
Levi is a man beset by problems. While he is wealthy, his riches are always being threatened in many different ways. As a Tax Collector for the Roman Empire, he is shunned by his fellow Jews as being ritually impure, and so all Jews want to cheat him out of tax money. Being shunned deeply wounds Levi, because he had once dreamed of being a Rabbi. He had studied in Jerusalem under the great teacher, Gamaliel, but was out shone by a fellow student, whom he hated, Paul. Compounding things, Levi also knows that the Roman Prefect, Pontius Pilate, is soon to come to visit him, probably with the intention of charging him much more money to purchase the tax contracts for the toll booth at Capernaum. His brother, James, who is a fisherman, with his partner, Peter, keeps nagging him to come and listen to an itinerant preacher, Jesus, whose message is that the wealthy should give all their riches to the poor. Finally, his wife, Miriam, who loves to spend money on luxury items and dreams of visiting Rome, probably married him only for his wealth and may have a roving eye. Meanwhile, there are bandits, led by Iscariot, in
the desert threatening the caravans hauling spices, silk, and other precious luxury goods, which produce the enormous tolls at Levi’s toll booth. When his best friend, a Greek merchant named Maes, arrives in Capernaum with his huge caravan, which arrival should have solved most of Levi’s problems, everything in Levi’s life comes apart. What can put Levi’s life together again?
About the Author:
William D. McEachern lives in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida with his wife. He is a father and a grandfather. Mr. McEachern matriculated fromDuke University, earned his Law Degree from Fordham University School of Law, and a Master’s in Law Degree in Taxation from New York University School of Law. He has practiced law for 41 years, but now devotes almost full time to being a historian, writing novels of historical fiction and lecturing on historical topics. An avid reader of history, he thoroughly researches and travels extensively to lend authenticity and realism to his works. Returning to the world of Casting Lots, Mr. McEachern before writing The Life of Levi re-examined in depth numerous translations of the Gospel of Matthew, the latest archaeology of the Sea of Galilee region, including Capernaum, and visited numerous places in the Ancient Roman Empire and museums pertaining thereto. Mr. McEachern’s first novel, Casting Lots, which was the life story of the Centurion who presided over the Crucifixion, and which garnered excellent reviews, is continued in The Life of Levi. Mr. McEachern’s last two
novels, New Caledonia: A Song of America and Caledonia Lost: The Fall of the Confederacy were both selected as Finalists for the Best Historical Fiction for the Year 2017 and 2018. Caledonia Lost: The Fall of the Confederacy is also rated 4 stars out of 4 stars by the Online Book Club.$13.08–$33.75
THIS IS A fictional story of a woman turning seventy, who decided to step outside of the box. Rebecca took a trip to Europe to celebrate her big birthday and have an adventure. Within twenty-four hours, her life changed forever. Her first thoughts were, “OMG, I should have worn Depends” when she saw the most gothic looking man walk pass her. The sins of our fathers sometimes play a big part in how our lives take shape.
Mikael’s past provides the adventure Rebecca set out to have while touring Europe. Be careful what you wish for. This story encompasses love, sex, murder and suspense. He was ten years younger than she and that only enhanced their growing relationship. Life’s twists and turns will leave you breathless, the ending will leave you stunned.
“Teri Cobb has written a fascinating page-turner, replete with heavy doses of love, sex and suspense, not necessarily in that order. Whether you’re closeted with her main character Rebecca in her hometown in Middle America or exploring nightlife in London, Rome, and Paris, you don’t want to miss a second of this unpredictable yet thrilling journey. Fasten your seatbelt and hold on for an exciting and thoroughly satisfying ride.”
George E. Curry
Journalist and author
About the Author:
THERESA ELIZABETH COBB, known to her friends as Teri, a mother and grandmother. Born and educated in St. Louis, Missouri. With a degree in Management and Supervisory Development, she was able to excel in her career. Twice retired, first from the largest Newspaper in St. Louis and second from one of the largest Insurance Companies. While working for the newspaper she became second and first Vice President of the Newspaper Guild. Her dream has always been to write a book and enjoy her passion for photography.
Yes, at age seventy she did it. Divorced for more than thirty years and very active in church, chair for The Griot Museum of Black History and Treasurer of her High School alumni committee. Most of all she is the care giver of her father and aunt both loved very much.
This is her first book, but hopefully not her last.$14.60