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Brazil Through Irish Eyes – Catherine McClintock

Told through a series of letters sent home, Catherine McClintock describes in wonderful detail the sights, sounds, flavours and tropical beauty of Brazil as she experienced it along with her husband and daughter as expats from Ireland. Brazil through Irish Eyes is a travelogue and a memoir of daily life, and will make a great […]

7 Things You Should Know About Being A Leader – Wes Husted

7 Things You Should Know About Being a Leader will energize your motivation to lead, hone your skills as a leader, and inspire you to look at leadership from a new and fresh perspective. Written in an easy-to-read style for the beginner as well as the seasoned leader, it will help you achieve your leadership […]

A Wonderful Day – Wes Husted

A Wonderful Day by Wes Husted, filled with bright colorful illustrations on every page, will capture your child’s imagination while teaching the Christian values of empathy, kindness, and sharing. Emma and her brother Noah take off into the woods for a day of fun and adventure, but they get lost! Soon they meet a talking […]

How to Answer Kids’ Questions about God, Jesus, and the Bible – Wes Husted

  Kids ask a lot of questions, don’t they, and usually when you least expect it. You’re rushing them to and from school, or preparing dinner, or trying to get them to do their chores and homework, and out of the blue, here comes a question about God, and eternity, and death. Your mind scrambles […]

Courage of the Spirit by Norbert Weinberg

Courage of the Spirit – Norbert Weinberg

Courage of the Spirit by Norbert Weinberg portrays the spiritual struggle of one man during the first half of the twentieth century—the author’s father, Rabbi Dr. William Weinberg, who survived Nazi and communist tyranny to become the first State Rabbi of the community of Holocaust survivors in the German State of Hesse. Rabbi Weinberg’s journey […]

Understanding Autism in Adults and Aging Adults – Theresa Regan

Autism is a childhood condition … right? Not right. Children with autism grow into adults with autism. The great strides we have made in understanding childhood autistic behaviors and interventions have lagged dramatically behind the needs of aging autistics. What of the young adult trying to build relationships? What of the middle aged autistic adult […]

The Greensboro Blockhouse Project – Jill L. Baker and Patricia L. Haslam

As the Revolutionary War progressed, little-known events were unfolding in the rugged wilderness region of northern Vermont. General Jacob Bayley, Colonel Moses Hazen and their soldiers carved out a military road, the Bayley-Hazen Military Road, from Newbury to Westfield, also known as Hazen’s Notch. The intended purpose of this road was to provide a speedy […]

Joy Bliss This: A Teacher’s Journey – William Quigley

In his book Joy Bliss This, William Quigley tells the story of becoming a teacher, a journey he never planned to take, and one that was filled with repeated failure from the start. At his lowest point, when he had fallen the farthest and needed the most help, his students were the ones who saved […]

Understanding Autistic Behaviors: Improving Health, Independence, and Well-Being – Theresa Regan

Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder usually receive a diagnosis when certain behaviors negatively impact their health, independence, and quality of life. These behaviors are evident across the lifespan: a two-year-old melts down if his red cars are mixed in with his orange cars; a middle-aged woman exhibits staring spells when faced with relationship conflict; an […]

Girl, Be You! 7 Strategies to Activate Your Authenticity – France Neptune

In her flagship book, Girl, Be You! 7 Strategies to Activate Your Authenticity, France Neptune, founder of the Edify Your Sister® Movement, challenges, encourages, and equips you to: * Define your unique, authentic self * Push beyond the pain of past hurts to experience true healing * Courageously pursue your passion and purpose * Confidently […]

Be a Disciple, Make a Disciple: Following Jesus’s Example – Frantz Lamour

Be a Disciple, Make a Disciple: Following Jesus’s Example is 100 percent about Jesus Christ: who He is, what He taught about being His disciple, and what He and His early apostles showed by their example of how to mentor and guide others to be disciples of Jesus. Frantz Lamour shares with his readers what […]

Married With Cancer – Eileen and Jimmy Newell

Eileen and Jimmy Newell had been married 24 years when Jimmy was diagnosed with Chronic Lymphocytic Cancer (CLL) during a routine physical exam. From the moment he called Eileen to deliver the news, she went from wife to wife/caregiver, a challenging role even with her training as a nurse. After several rounds of chemo over […]

The Eating Enigma – Simon B. Frost

There is so much conflicting information about what to eat and not eat, what’s healthy and what isn’t. You stare into your fridge and think of the massive overhaul it would take to restock it with the “right” foods every time you read an article promoting a new type of diet. You dread the slog […]

Daisy Has Autism – Aaron J. Wright

Daisy Has Autism tells the story of one family’s harrowing experience with public special education, and captures the story universally experienced by millions of special needs families. In sleepy Davis, California, the Russell family remarkably find themselves first navigating the complexities of autism with their dog and then with their daughter. While seeking to enroll […]

10 Seconds That Changed My Life – Iain M. MacLeod

“Thursday, June 15, 2017, will be embedded in my memory forever,” says author Iain MacLeod. “I greeted the summer day eager to face the world with my usual free-spirited independence, and ended the day lying in the Intensive Care unit of a hospital in Aberdeen, Scotland, with a ventilating tube down my throat. Billions of […]

7 Life-Giving Words to Live Your Best Life – Frantz Lamour

7 Life-Giving Words to Live Your Best Life is a blueprint to help you live what you deserve: your BEST LIFE. As a licensed psychotherapist, author Frantz Lamour witnesses firsthand the effort it takes to rise above everything that tries to keep us down. We want to live our best life, but sometimes we don’t […]