Throughout LeRoy Green’s childhood and adulthood, he would endure pain, suffering, disrespect, and abuse. He would spend his early adulthood pursuing the world and giving himself over to alcohol, partying, clubbing, and drugs. Had he not turned his life over to Christ to guide his footsteps, thoughts, and decisions, LeRoy knows he would have a different story to tell.More info →
He Lived Among Us: A Look at Christ’s Life on Earth is a description of Christ’s activities as recorded by the four Gospels. The comments and illustrations in He Lived Among Us will help readers develop a deeper understanding of the life of Christ and will enable them to better relate the events of Christ’s life to their own lives.More info →
Some events and experiences are tied to the calendar or to geography—what happened on a specific date or when we were in a certain place. The Next Chapter takes the reader through the life of Bob Craig via the automobiles he drove over the years. Beginning with the first car that moved the Craig family from Missouri to Texas, to the Toyota Tacoma he presently drives, "The Next Chapter " shares the significant events of a man’s life that include education, marriage, and family…all saturated by God’s grace.More info →
All of life is about preparation, starting from the time we are born, building as we live out our goals and dreams through adulthood, and resolving as our earthly life comes to an end. How do we prepare for a happy ending with the finish of life's last breath?More info →
The newfound role of connectivity through media has contributed to the millennial zeitgeist by introducing features of accessibility that help facilitate our daily lives. These media have had an extensive effect on our relations through small changes in the nature of our social lives, especially with respect to appropriate conduct. Comparing modern times to the golden era of chivalry in the Middle Ages, we see certain parallels and divergence in societal norms and interpersonal behavior: The Millennial Man versus The Renaissance Man.More info →
Discontent and fear have become a global stronghold. How are we to be leaders and change makers for God’s Kingdom in the face of this fear? We can learn from Moses’ example in the book of Exodus.
In How to Acquire Great Leadership Abilities in the Absence of Fear, Pastor Regina Brent shows us how God’s Word teaches us how to overcome our fear and live great lives for Him.More info →
We live by our words. There are different kinds of words—lasting eternal words like the Word of God, and words spoken by man that fall by the wayside and are ignored. The tongue can be either a destructive or a constructive instrument: both blessings and curses can come out of it. By Your Words was written to demonstrate how people can not only hurt one another by what they say, but how words can also destroy relationships. We must be careful in what we say and how we say it.More info →
Do you ever wonder if there is a simpler or more interesting way to learn about the Bible? In "The Bible in Poetry," the books of the Bible are condensed into concise, enjoyable and easy-to-read poems, giving the reader a fun, easy way to enjoy the Bible.More info →
Through many years of pastoral ministry, Adam Kareus kept seeing a common theme. People struggle to live with purpose, and they rarely think deeply about the actions and thoughts of their lives. It is from this dilemma that Decided was born.
Drifting and wondering are words that all too often describe our lives. But we were made for more than aimless shambling—we were made to live with purpose and intent. Part of Christian maturity is coming to realize our lives need to be intentional in all we do. But this can be hard. It is easy to go with the flow. It is easy to walk aimlessly. It is easy to act without thought and speak without thinking. The cure for this difficulty is to know God created us to find purpose in all of life.
Within this book, you will find short, easy-to-read chapters that help you live with intentionality in all you do. If you have ever stumbled through life with little direction or ever felt you were just drifting through life, this book can help.
What may seem like a simple fact of modern life to some, tweeting thoughts and status updates from the supermarket or boardroom can sound like a new language to others. Much of social media is still a mystery for the masses. Twittfaced is your toolkit for learning the language and the how-to's of connecting online.More info →
These small prayers are from a child’s point of view, but with thoughts for adults to ponder, also. Non-denominational and universal in scope these prayers of wonder and thanks can spark discussions between children and the adults in their lives as to who God is and how He is seen in the child’s family’s beliefs.More info →
What was that? Was it a witches fingers scratching the window? Was it a ghost scraping its chains? Was it a giant asking his name? And what about the noises coming from inside? A new house, strange sounds outside his window and Sam’s imagination is running wild. His trusted bear, Tenders, is not helping his fears. What will make those fears go away? How will he ever get any sleep? The solution is not far away. But, Sam will need some help finding out what it is.More info →
Uprooted from his native Brooklyn, yearning for independence from his overbearing father and relief from his obsessive thoughts, young concert pianist Joshua Brightman finds unlikely friends in his New Orleans neighbors, matriarch and gifted healer Annie Faris and her granddaughter, precocious twelve-year-old bookworm Sam. While Sam grieves over the recent loss of her father, Annie struggles to heal Sam’s terminally ill mother. In their search for health and peace, Joshua, Annie, and Sam learn what barriers exist between death and life, between disease and healing, and the price they must pay to overcome them. Their stories play out against the backdrop of an Eden lost, a wounded, post-oil-spill Louisiana, and the ongoing struggle for survival of her people, wildlife, and those mysterious, mystical marshes.More info →
With "Teres" Wetzel poignantly delivers a story of heart and consequence set against the backdrop of a world that is both familiar and equally unrecognizable as our own. Almost instantly you are enthralled in his vision of what it means to be human in a world that has forgotten humanity. A thoroughly enjoyable read from cover to cover.More info →