• A Different Kind of Hero

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    “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.”

    Philippians 4:13, NKJV

    Armed with unshakeable faith and a powerful conviction, Indiana Jamison Thompson embarks on a remarkable journey that transcends the boundaries of his once-promising NFL career. Through the twists and turns of life, he discovers a new path as he embraces family, embraces the Naval Academy, and follows the courageous footsteps of his father into the noble ranks of the U.S. Marines. With every step, Indy’s unwavering dedication to his beliefs fuels his relentless pursuit of greatness, forging unbreakable bonds with his brothers-in-arms. But when destiny lands him in a distant and treacherous land, an encounter with a young girl sets in motion a chain of harrowing events that not only endanger Indy and his fellow marines but also threaten the very existence of an entire village. In the face of unimaginable dangers, Indy’s unyielding spirit and his unshakable trust in a higher power will be tested like never before. Will his unwavering commitment to his beliefs be enough to overcome the perils that lie ahead and safeguard the lives of those he holds dear? Discover the extraordinary journey of faith, courage, and sacrifice that awaits in this gripping tale of hope, redemption, and the power to overcome any obstacle. Prepare to be captivated as Indy’s story unfolds, leaving you inspired, breathless, and believing that truly, with the strength bestowed upon him, he can conquer all challenges in the name of love, honor, and faith.

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  • A Reluctant Pioneer

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    Leah Brown, a wife and mother from San Francisco, decides to spend time at a small cabin built in Idaho territory in the late 1860’s by her great, great grandparents, Linnea and Thaddeus Milton. She debates further debilitating treatments for her illness, something that has precluded her being able to spend time with her husband Ned and two sons, away in summer camp. Her memories of childhood and the tragic loss of her father stir her mind, especially when she discovers Linnea’s long-hidden diary. As she reads and rereads it and begins to explore the world around her, she gains perspective on the challenges women have always faced. She honors the pioneer’s words and imagines Linnea’s unwritten thoughts. Leah experiences a surprisingly different time in the old cabin than she expected.

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  • Above All

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    Above All is an extensive exploration and expansion of the themes found in Psalm 22. This psalm delves into the deep connection Christ had with God at his birth, the apparent betrayal he experienced during his earthly mission, and the glorious outcomes that arise from his suffering. The author skillfully combines references from both the Old Testament and New Testament along with their creative imagination to craft a narrative about God’s loving purpose for humanity, the plan for redemption from the fall, and, above all, the fulfillment of that redemption.

    Above All also offers insights into the reasons behind the wicked and terrible events that occur daily in the world and provides an explanation for why God does not always intervene. The story commences by imagining the thoughts of Jesus while he is on the cross at Calvary, and it places the reader in the role of a spectator, allowing them to witness what Jesus perceives, experiences, and does, starting from his time in the Garden of Gethsemane to the following three days after his crucifixion.

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  • But You, Who Do You Say That I Am?: Jesus, A Friend Or An Acquaintance?

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    Self-reflection and self-evaluation are two events that occur in every intelligible human being at a certain point in life. In assessing ourselves we look for ways to approve or improve it for a better quality of life. Often times this self-assessment would focus solely on monetary acquisitions. Living our lives to the fullest is suitable for all mankind. It’s a great objective to strive for while it’s very important to assess our spiritual life from time to time and strengthen this beautiful relationship with the Lord, Jesus Christ. This sacrificial death of Jesus happened only for one reason: To reconcile the world with the Master of the Universe. Our spiritual health depends greatly on our spiritual wealth for God is Spirit. The questions to ask yourself are the following: Can you testify about Jesus? And if so, Who do I say that He is? Amen.

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  • Caleb’s Journey

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    A timeless narrative of struggle, determination, and faith, Caleb’s Journey by Sidney Little proves to be a learned and inspired account of life in the ancient walled city of Jerusalem. Written for Christians and lovers of history, this epic novel of historical fiction follows a simple man named Caleb from his first encounter with John the Baptist to the crucifixion of Jesus, and through the early days of the siege on Jerusalem until the city fell in 70 A.D. Vast, sweeping and relevant, actual events are relived as readers embark on a triumphant journey of one man’s passion and honor. When Jesus walked this earth, Rome ruled the world, and with one bloody battle after the other, the Romans finally laid claim to the birthplace of Christianity. Early citizens were faced with trials, tribulations, and heartache as they wrestled with their spirituality and the forces of war and aggression.

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  • Discovering My Royal Heritage While Surviving in Black Skin

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    Surviving in Black Skin is an illuminating virtual journey within the black skin of the author whose life was abruptly uprooted from his southern home in Mobile, Alabama, and transplanted onto the western coast of Los Angeles, California. The reader learns that his family’s abrupt transplantation was part of a much larger southern exodus of people in black skins in reaction to the tortuous lynching of a 14-year-old kid named Emmitt Till. It’s quite a paradox that the continued lynching’s (6500 between 1865 and 1950), like the late George Floyd, didn’t limit the murders to the South.

    The consequence of the covert and overt racism Webster experienced while living through the paradox of racial integration in high school, college, the Navy, as well as his workplace, provides the reader with Webster’s vision of the institutionalized xenophobia which exploded into the Watts Rebellion of 1965. Webster introduces the reader to the launching of: Black Student Unions, the Black Panthers, the Congress of Racial Equality, and some of their leaders such as Malcolm X, Huey Newton, Stokely Carmichael, Angela Davis and the non-violent crusade of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.. The author culminates these encounters by taking the reader out of the United States of America, to Africa’s Egypt only to discover his great ancestry; Pharaohs in Black Skins who were the original authors of the first written language, literally the very African birth of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam.

    The reality that an advanced civilization of people in black skins, were the authors of the civilization of Ancient Egypt has not only been dismissed, but vehemently condemned by conventional Egyptologists, archaeologists, and even the present Arabian Egyptian government.

    The reader will take away from this book a better sense of “WHAT HAPPENED?” How the ancestorial history of people in black skins was literally transformed into the Greek, Jewish, and Islamic history, while “Black History” is relegated to “Slave History.” Why are the names of the great Pharaohs not mentioned in the bible. The names of nearly every prince and priest are spelled out; first, second and third cousins; first and second wives; beggars and even prostitutes are named, but the names of the most important and powerful men and women in the world at the time are not mentioned. The king lists of pharaohs who ruled the most powerful and civilized country in the world for over three-thousand years aren’t named. The leaders that provided the very blueprint for Judaism, Christianity, and Islam are never named, but simply referred to as pharaoh. Could it simply be because they were in Black Skins?

    The reader will eventually discover that we are all just one human race with one common heritage.

    AFRICA

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  • Forgiveness: Learning How to Forgive

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    Forgiveness: Learning How to Forgive is a book for people who have been deeply hurt and caught in a vortex of anger, depression, and resentment. Dr. Julia Frazier White shares how forgiveness can reduce anxiety and depression while increasing self-esteem and hopefulness toward one’s future. This fresh new work demonstrates how forgiveness, approached in the correct manner, benefits the forgiver more than the forgiven. Filled with wisdom and warm encouragement, the book leads the reader on a path that will bring clarity and peace.

    It is simply not enough to say that one should forgive. To fully embrace this life-changing principle, one must learn how to forgive. The purpose of this book is to do just that-offer practical, professional, and spiritual tools that can serve as a healing platform for those embracing this important journey. True, powerful stories of forgiving are also included in this book, which shows why making the decision to forgive is the most courageous choice a person can ever make.

    “This book will help you to first allow yourself to forgive and experience the redemptive power it contains toward helping to restore yourself first. Then, you will gain the strength to assist others to overcome the brokenness through forgiveness where new life and love awaits,” the author says. “When we forgive,” she says, “we set a prisoner free and discover that the prisoner we set free is us.” In an easy-to-read yet astute analysis of the meaning and value of forgiveness, Dr. White teaches the reader that forgiveness is a way of healing. She takes as her model sound biblical principles.

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  • Free At Last?: The Reality Of Racism In The Church

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    What is one of the most stubborn problems permeating America churches today? Racism! It divides Christian’s brothers and sisters and hinders the spreading of the gospel. Free at Last! Is a concise, in-depth study that reveals the malignancy hampering the Body and gives a biblical antidote to address this spiritual hindrance.

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  • Hard Love

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    “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.”

    Philippians 4:13, NKJV

    In a tale woven with love, faith, and resilience, Papa’s world is forever altered when Travis, a charismatic yet mysterious man, enters their lives. The birth of his daughter, Morgan, had brought immense joy and hope, with dreams of a promising future. However, Travis brings a storm of change, unraveling their once peaceful existence. With dangerous secrets lurking beneath his charm, Travis disrupts the lives of both Morgan and Papa, leading them down a path of despair and tragedy. Yet, amidst the darkness, a ray of light emerges in the form of Destiny, their grandchild. As Destiny becomes their beacon of hope, Papa and his wife embrace the newfound purpose of raising her, gradually restoring joy to their lives. But just as they begin to heal, Travis reappears, unleashing a whirlwind of drama and chaos that tests not only Papa’s faith but also the faith of Destiny herself. Brace yourself for a captivating journey of triumph over adversity as Papa’s unyielding faith and the strength of family unite to overcome the challenges that threaten to shatter their lives once more.

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