|Book: Following the Shepherd's Staff by Mary Annthipie Bane
Following the Shepherd's Staff was written as a short story of a lifelong spiritual journey. To encourage those who have sought the Lord in their personal lives, are seeking a church home and who have traveled through churches and denominations. Portions previously published under the title "Confessions of a Church Hopper".
|Book: Davenport House 3 - A Mother's Love by Marie Silk
The family saga continues in this third book to Davenport House, beginning with a chapter that looks into the past to understand the present. Motor cars and telephone calls are now part of the modern life at Davenport House. It is summertime in 1915 Pennsylvania and the ladies of the house are making big plans for the year. Clara takes financial matters into her own hands and discovers an [...]
|Book: Who's Your Father? - Returning to the Love of the Biblical God by Robert Bernecker
How Big Is Your God? "A bright examination of modern Christianity" - Kirkus Reviews Kirkus adds that Bernecker's points are "well-researched and well-articulated," giving the reader "a thought-provoking look at the modern definition of God." Amazon reviewer carpenterdaughter writes, "Bernecker faces some tough questions and doesn't attempt to defend God. He declares and reveals God. He points [...]
|Book: Mary Queen of the Scots (The Legendary Women of World History Book 3) by Laurel A. Rockefeller
Queen Mary Stuart was one of the most beloved and controversial women in Scottish history. The granddaughter of King James IV and his wife Margaret Tudor, Queen Mary's status as heiress-apparent to Queen Elizabeth's throne in England paired with the violence of the Scottish Reformation set the stage for one of the most dramatic and poorly understood lives of the 16th century. Mary Queen of the [...]
|Book: What Next? Relativism? Moral Absolutes? or Sharia Law?? by Robley K. Matthews
Historical development of the present situation, especially regards USA and EU. We see a western secular moral relativist culture and an Islamic fundamentalist culture to be on a collision course. Avoidance of a catastrophic collision rests with a Western return to more serious consideration of ethical and moral absolutes. We seek to reverse the amoral trend of western society one person at a [...]
|Book: Tangled Web by Julie Eberhart Painter
Wilkes-Barre's cohesive Welsh community is a haven of Protestant values and mutual support. It is also a hornet's nest of gossip. Neither a canary's death nor a girl's fall from grace escapes the locals' chatter so when unwed Catherine Jones becomes pregnant, she is quietly sent to a shelter for unwed mothers and her baby put up for adoption. Years later, she and her sister start their lives [...]
|Book: A Star & A Tear by Stephen P. McCutchan
A Star and a Tear is a mystery thriller with a spiritual edge. Frank Sessions is locked in a season of grief caused by the violent death of his wife during a convenience store robbery. He emerges out of his grief when a young reporter asks for his assistance in writing a story about a rape in the city and Frank realizes he has a strange connection with the anonymous rapist. It soon becomes clear [...]
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