The Right Of Way: A Millennial’s Journey To Pay Off Her Loans

The Right Of Way: A Millennial’s Journey To Pay Off Her Loans

By: L.B. Lewis

All Sierra wants to do is to find a good job after graduating with her MBA, pay off her student loans and live a normal life. From extreme frugality to dysfunctional jobs that take her from Washington, DC to Houston to San Francisco, Sierra remains optimistic that she can achieve financial stability by working hard. Continue reading “The Right Of Way: A Millennial’s Journey To Pay Off Her Loans”

The God Of Politics

The God Of Politics

By: Elijah Abdul Hakim

The God of Politics serve as both a book of enlightenment for political and government leaders, and a manual for governing. Today’s political climate is wrought with the ever present stench of corruption, feelings of abandonment on the part of various segments of the constituency, and cynicism towards any and all actions of government leaders. Moral dialogue in governing have largely been discussed along partisan lines and have done more to divide than to unite. Continue reading “The God Of Politics”

Touching His Robe: Reaching Past the Shame and Anger of Abuse

Touching His Robe: Reaching Past the Shame and Anger of Abuse

By: Leslie G. Nelson

Survivors of sexual abuse and assault often struggle with anxiety, depression and thoughts of suicide. Many also find themselves feeling like the woman who touched the hem of the Lord’s robe to be healed: desperately needing the Savior’s help, but feeling too full of shame and pain to approach Him. Continue reading “Touching His Robe: Reaching Past the Shame and Anger of Abuse”

Hockey Confidence: Train Your Brain to Win in Hockey and in Life

Hockey Confidence: Train Your Brain to Win in Hockey and in Life

By: Isabelle Hamptonstone MSc

Confidence affects how we deal with stress and how we fulfill our potential to achieve the results we desire. In sports and in life, confidence is the underlying factor determining mental and physical performance, leading to overall success. This book by experienced mental performance specialist Isabelle Hamptonstone contains a collection of powerful techniques and tips to help hockey players overcome lack of confidence. Continue reading “Hockey Confidence: Train Your Brain to Win in Hockey and in Life”

Secrets Of My Soul: A memoir of extraordinary true stories, of a spiritual journey, which made me know the truth about life, death and the Other Side

Secrets Of My Soul: A memoir of extraordinary true stories, of a spiritual journey, which made me know the truth about life, death and the Other Side.

By: Olive Neil Noseworthy

During a remarkable spiritual journey, Olive comes face-to-face with God as she experiences the most powerful and overwhelming sense of love. She can feel His hand on her head! Through her tears of joy, she repeats, “You are real! You are real! You are real!” Continue reading “Secrets Of My Soul: A memoir of extraordinary true stories, of a spiritual journey, which made me know the truth about life, death and the Other Side”

Adversity Builds Character: An Inspirational True Life Story of Disability, Addiction, and Acceptance

Adversity Builds Character; An Inspirational True Life Story of Disability, Addiction and Acceptance

By: Tom Ufert

Adversity Builds Character is the story of a young man’s life struggles to find his way through the trials and tribulations of family turmoil, self determination, and personal judgment. This transformational life experience, like so many, demonstrates the triumph of the human spirit over the pitfalls in our modern world. Continue reading “Adversity Builds Character: An Inspirational True Life Story of Disability, Addiction, and Acceptance”

From Two Wheels to Four: Inspiring Hope through Adversity

From Two Wheels to Four: Inspiring Hope through Adversity

By: Joseph S Groh

This book chronicles one family’s story about learning to prevail in times of extreme difficulty, and vowing to never look back, never give up and remain positive. Continue reading “From Two Wheels to Four: Inspiring Hope through Adversity”

The Caregiving Season: Finding Grace to Honor Your Aging Parents

The Caregiving Season: Finding Grace to Honor Your Aging Parents

By: Jane Daly

Caring for the elderly has always been a challenge. It requires a lot of patience and perseverance to understand a loved one. Author Jane Daly shares her knowledge and various tips on how caring for the elderly can be easy by having a relationship with them and how to deal with certain scenarios. Continue reading “The Caregiving Season: Finding Grace to Honor Your Aging Parents”