Dead Man Rising

From a Watery Grave to a Supernatural Life
By Larry Skahill

Dead Man Rising: From A Watery Grave To A Supernatural Life by Larry Skahill is the fascinating story of the author who was cut in half by a boat's propeller. He shares his near-death experience with readers when, on his way to the hospital, he...

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Discipleship with C.S. Lewis

A Guide to Mere Christianity for Small Groups and Mentoring Relationships
By Joel Woodruff

Discipleship with C.S. Lewis: A Guide to Mere Christianity for Small Groups and Mentoring Relationships by Joel Woodruff is a thought-provoking and profound book that gives informative insights on Christian behavior, on what they believe, and other aspects of Christianity. The book provides a foundation...

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Dark Tides

Poetic Reflections of Life
By Rev. Dr. Kevin T. Coughlin Ph.D.

If poetry benefits our well-being, then we should immerse ourselves in appreciating this age-old art form. Reading Dark Tides: Poetic Reflections of Life by Rev. Dr. Kevin T. Coughlin Ph.D. has a therapeutic feel to it. This fifth collection of poetry delves into human struggles...

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Dressed for Church on Sunday Morning

But What About Your Discipleship, Worship, Fellowship, and Stewardship?
By Zadia Tyson

In Dressed for Church on Sunday Morning by Zadia Tyson, growing up in the South in the forties and fifties, the author always believed in attending church each Sunday wearing only the finest items of clothing. However, when she began teaching at a local Sunday...

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Don't Tell Me There Ain't No God

By Gary McDougall

Gary McDougall’s Don’t Tell Me There Ain’t No God reads in such a way that you are immediately invested in who this man is and what is transpiring on the page. One of the quotes that really painted a picture for me of what life...

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Death, Resurrection and Life, States of a Soul

By Mercedes Franzone-Morales

Death, Resurrection and Life, States of a Soul is a work of non-fiction on personal, spiritual themes around the Christian faith, and was penned by author Mercedes Franzone-Morales. Within its pages, the book aims to show even those who believe they have sinned beyond forgiveness...

Divorced But Still Dad

The Faith Principles of Fatherhood for Divorced Men
By Ken Gordon

“You may be devastated by divorce because of bad character traits displayed by either you or your ex, but that doesn’t give you the right to not live up to the expectations of your children.” Ken Gordon has written a masterpiece—Divorced But Still Dad: The...

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Does God Need Glasses?

Evil and Genesis
By Richard Mure Exelby

Does God Need Glasses? Evil and Genesis by Richard Mure Exelby explores the proverbial question of evil, a question as old as humanity, and it does so from a completely unique angle. The author explains how he came about formulating the thoughts expressed in this...

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Dear Willy, The True Story of a Life Well Lived

By Claire Ohlsson Geheb

Dear Willy, The True Story of a Life Well Lived is a real life biographic memoir penned by author Claire Ohlsson Geheb. Delving back into her own family history, Geheb explores the life and times of Willy Oswald Geheb, a German American immigrant who sought...

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Do You Believe in Miracles?

Ordinary People Tell Their Extraordinary Stories
By Jane Finch

At the age of 33, one day Michael finds himself at home, alone. His children are at school and his wife is out running errands. He experiences a sharp back pain and has no one to call. Luckily his wife finds him and, within no...

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