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This book offers a detailed description of the veteran’s journey from the initial visit to the Veteran’s administration facility where the vet meets the veteran’s service officer (VSO) to finally receiving his/her first benefit check. The primary goal of this book is to make the journey “user friendly” and rewarding for both the veteran and his/her family. Every person who applies will need a support team, a knowledgeable VSO and faith in God. Those three things will provide the tools necessary to get through the DVA disability process in a time efficient and less frustrating manner.
Chaplain Bill Bowman holds a Ph.D. in Philosophy, a master in theocentric business and ethics, and a master of divinity. He served in the U.S. Marines, fought in Vietnam,1967–68 (“Tet Offensive”) was granted 100% disability rating. Bill is an ordained Christian Minister and chaplain, and is also a member of numerous national associations.
Chaplain Anne Bowman holds a master’s degree from UCLA and a lifetime teaching credential. She taught high school with LAUSD for thirty-two years. She’s a Christian Chaplain and a Biblical Counselor, and a member of the American Association of Christian Counselors and the American Psychotherapy Association. She is also an accomplished oil painter as can be seen at www.brushstrokesbyanne.com.$12.99–$25.99 Select options
This book is a collection of the first five books I’ve written. While all the books were written at different times and for different reasons, they all follow the general theme of advocating for non-violence. While some may find my books entertaining, the main reason you might want to read my books is because they will make you think and question what you have been taught by society in general. A lot of harm is done by people just agreeing with popular opinion rather than thinking about whether or not what they are being told is true.
I am an animal lucky enough to have fingers and a computer to type my thoughts of what I think of the world. My hope is that others will enjoy what I have written and learn things that will lead to positive change in the world. I would like to see a world of peace where no one gets hurt. Because of this, my books have a strong anti-violence theme and it’s well known that I think the world needs to go vegan and also find ways to prevent abortion, war, and other forms of murder.$19.99 Select options
This sensitive, honest and heartfelt devotional doesn’t pull any punches. It encounters all aspects of raising a chronically ill child and helps others understand the day-to-day struggles and joys. It is eight weeks of reality: the good, the bad and the ugly. At the end of each weeks devotions, you’ll find a short chapter of Kathy’s family’s continuing story of raising their eight children, three of whom have cystic fibrosis (CF). This book will touch you. It will make you laugh, cry and feel less alone. You will feel understood and know that your journey is shared by other who experience similar emotions. You can give this book to family members and friends whom you feel lack understanding of your family’s dynamics. You will feel comforted to know that God and others walk this difficult path along with you.
Kathy Hardy and her husband, Tom, raised their family in Hayward and Modesto, both in California. They moved to Fortuna, CA in the fall of 2016. Kathy has acted on stage for ten years and in Hollywood for three years.$25.99 Select options
Many years ago, as I was describing the latest saga in my bizarre life to a dear friend, she suggested I write a book about my life. Eventually, over a period of several years, I started writing down these short stories and finally put them together into a book. It was then that I realized that many of my life experiences had a profound impact on who I was and how I thought. I started out as a quiet, shy person who was unsure of herself and her abilities. Even though I had grown up a” ending church every Sunday, trying to follow the teachings of the Bible, I knew something was missing in my life. Eventually I married a United Methodist minister and we raised two children together. The challenges we faced during our years in the ministry allowed me to grow in strength and confidence. I was continually learning new life lessons as God put me in positions where I could be of help while caring for the needs and problems of others. As God led me to take on leadership roles, I found I could depend on His guidance and continual support. I was energized as He guided me to use my creative and artistic talents. Then one day the doctor told me I had a tumor and needed major surgery, all at the same time my husband was being put on trial by the church for behavior unbecoming of a minister. When you are down and out is when you find out about your faith and God’s power to turn things around. Never before had I envisioned the challenges I was yet to face. I knew that God was not finished with me and that I had much more to accomplish. Praise God!$16.99 Select options
The author takes you from the marvelous memories of her early childhood to the realities that she faced during the years that followed. From the ages of eleven to sixty-two, for fifty-one years, she fought waves of suicidal thinking to come out on top. While six months pregnant with her first child, she was hospitalized for a pain that kept her awake for seven consecutive days and nights. A diagnosis of bipolar disorder (mania) followed. Finally, after forty-two years, she triumphantly overcame her psychosis. She tells you her inside story and the tools she discovered to conquer all her challenges. Her life of joy and purpose is what she wants to share with you today.$16.99 Select options
One of the greatest challenges of the modern world is being able to focus. Research shows that the average attention span is less than 7 seconds. It’s undoubtedly a world full of distractions, which often prevent you from starting a productive day, staying healthy and enjoying the people and things that matter the most. Focused-Driven Lifestyle: 7 Strategies for Effective Permanent Solutions to Overcome Procrastination and Distractions is a book designed to help you remove those debilitating distractions, annihilate your procrastination and set fulfilling priorities; so you can enjoy a focused-driven lifestyle.
Here is a book that has something to say to all of us. The abundant quotations in this book go off like fireworks. Any number of them could change your life whether you serve in ministry, business, education or parenting.
One pastor of a large church said that he carried a copy of the author’s original booklet, “Mistakes Leaders Make,” in both his briefcases so that no matter where he was he could reference the material.
The popular format of that booklet is retained in this greatly expanded edition. The two major parts, “What Leadership Is …” and “What Leadership Does Not …” are made up of stand-alone “do’s” and “don’ts.” Read as much or as little as you have time for. Then, pick up where you left off. The author’s 23 watercolor and pen and ink sketches of leaders from various professions add life, vibrancy and personality to this work.
Missionary Mark Sigstad wrote to say that a Nigerian pastor who had left his church got back into the ministry as a church planter largely because of the original booklet. We can only pray that this volume is of similar benefit.
General George Patton who was one of Dwight Eisenhower’s instructors at Fort Leavenworth in 1926 predicted that he would one day work for Eisenhower! This book tells you why that prediction came to pass.
The Governor who had time for blind children later won the American Presidency by more Electoral College votes than any other man in history. This book tells the story.
Warren W. Wiersbe, prolific author, broadcaster and pastor said, “This is an excellent book … I am reading it, learning from it and enjoying it. It is a refreshing change from much of what’s out there on leadership today.”
David M. Atkinson was born north of Toronto, Canada, in 1947 and has been appearing on public platforms since he was 15. He has taught and preached in the U.S., Canada, Ireland, Papua New Guinea, Australia, Russia, Ukraine, Brazil and Haiti. In his early years of ministry, he planted three churches whose assets today total several million dollars. He became the Pastor of the Dyer Baptist Church in Dyer, Indiana, in 1990. The church opened Plum Creek Christian Academy in 2006 and is reaching children and youths of all races in the south Chicago hub and Northwest Indiana.
Pastor Wayne Shirton of Medicine Hat, Alberta, studied theology under him in 1970 and says, “This author is the most creative thinker I have ever met.” He is a poet and artist and has written numerous songs on current events. His songs on the 9/11 terrorist attack in New York City and the shooting of the bell ringer in Bethlehem, Israel, received strong and enthusiastic responses from DJs and music reviewers around the world.
He and his wife, Jane, have two grown children, April and Lee, who both serve in ministry.$19.99 Select options
Learn what love is
how to love yourself, your authenticity
And how to make love your daily priority
your life of perfect health, great peace, abundance of love
And the unity of all the above
Through these High Vibe poetically flowing pages, You will learn to see & treat yourself with a new self awareness, a new level of respect through greater understanding of self. Of what Love is & means for you, how to live from this new abundant place of “Being” whole & connected with limitless You! Experience the Loving supportive healing energies that flow to you the reader, through these soulful words of wisdom, constantly guiding you towards your unique gifts, talents, your true nature, your authentic self. By intentionally, Making Love Your daily Priority, you will experience greater peace, health, wealth & true happiness.
To truly know yourself is your greatest gift. Self Love & care is the way! So without delay, open the book, open your heart & let the loving start.
The book you hold in your hands tells the remarkable story of one woman’s journey from a diagnosis of irreversible brain damage-that would leave her with an 8th grade IQ-to her stunning and unexpected recovery from both physical and mental deterioration.
In spite of the opinions of experts who claimed she would never return from such a prognosis, she did rebound, accompanied by a radical life change which led her to become a holistic health practitioner-a board-certified Naturopath and Nutritionist, with the added bonus of finding her life’s calling by improving the health and the quality of others’ lives.
Her story is an inspiring account that carries a message of hope for all who seek to achieve wellness and healing in their own physical, mental, and spiritual lives. Sherin Lee’s story will provide you with inspiration and hope as you follow her on your own health journey.
Lee is a firm believer that we shall lay witness to many cures that the medical sciences of today…claim impossible. This book encourages everyone’s belief that in life, in YOUR life, “all things are possible to he who believes” and it all begins with hope.
And anything can happen when one has hope.
If you have been keeping company with your enemy called FEAR—command it to leave!
Sherin Lee ND CNC has been engaged in such diverse occupations as modeling, interior design, television, and restaurant management, along with a successful insurance career. Physical and mental damage from a life-threatening automobile accident led her to a climactic shift in her life’s view.
Every year in this country millions of individuals with neurological disorders require long term care. Many are cared for by loved ones. However, providing this care can cause emotional, physical, and financial stains on the caregivers. This book will provide many tools and resources to help the caregiver not only take better care of themselves, but also take better care of those who rely on them. There will be information about various types of neurological disorders (i.e., Alzheimer’s, other types of dementias, traumatic brain injury, Parkinson’s) and tips for reducing stress of caregivers among other tools.
About the author
Stacy Lee Quint, Psy.D., has a doctorate in clinical psychology from the California School of Professional Psychology in Fresno, California (now known as Aliant University). She has been practicing in the field of psychology for about 20 years. She has previously worked in the field of developmental disorders helping individuals and families deal with disorders including Autism. However, in recent years she has been working for the Department of Veteran’s Affairs working with Veterans. She has developed professional workshops on developmental disorders and presented various trainings on various topics of psychology during her professional career. This is her first published book but hopes she can write more in the future. She lives in Indiana and enjoys various hobbies including cooking, sewing, reading, gardening, singing, etc.$9.99 Select options