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  1. Healing cancer requires knowledge of alternative treatments. Here it is.
  2. In 1978, Alexander (Xander) Kellogg III beomes a prominent Denver office building developer. Known as 'Mr. X' to his friends and allies, Kellogg is a ruthless businessman who uses manipulation and cutthroat tactics to yield success. However, his 'win-at-all' cost personality ultimately leads to challenges in both his professional and personal life.
  3. Longevity, health and rejuvenation through five ancient Tibetan exercises.
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  5. On a cargo ship called Mayflower, side by side with a congregation of religious Separatists, John Alden and Priscilla Mullins travel to the New World. But the dark, gloomy voyage is only the beginning of their trials and tribulations. They face threats of disease, starvation, and attack by Indians, to establish a colony on unforgiving shores.
  6. I am not a serial killer. Some are called to preach and some are called to act, so I don’t apologize for what I’ve done or anything I will do. I am God’s hitman. This is my blessing or my curse. It really just depends on what side of my knife you’re standing. So to those too blind to see, I simply say, You’re Welcome!
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  1. Poetry to Ponder: Good News! is a collection of poems reflecting the basic doctrines of the Christian faith. It offers meaning and hope to both believers and skeptics in the face of life’s perplexities. Themes include creation, the nature of God, nature of man, the sin problem, salvation through Jesus and His return as King and Judge of mankind.
  2. In a post climate change divided America, California alone has prospered under rule by an A.I. entity and has walled itself off behind a border of electrified barriers and deadly drones. A band of young operatives plots to defeat the border defenses as a caravan of 100,000 desperate people approach the state.
  3. Memoirs of a Christian Healer chronicles the miraculous works of God. You will experience the joy of victory and the sorrow of human weakness. Incorporated within the many stories the Abbot includes reflective lessons on the Healing Ministry. The many stories are of real people and genuine healings.
  4. Have you ever heard or watched a bird fly straight into a window pane and immediately hit the ground with a thud? Instincts were shattered by a force it didn't know existed. It's a rarity to get back up after such a major blow. Waking Up In Asia shows how the will to get up and fly again with clearer sight is most definitely possible.
  5. This is an autobiography of Jim Warvell. Jim and the Warvell Family, Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame Inductees, performed specialty acts worldwide, one of which featured his wife Jan as "Princess Kachina" and her horse, "White Feather" jumping over a convertible. They raised the ‘entertainment’ value of rodeos in the 50s and 60s to an entirely new level.
  6. Healing cancer requires knowledge of alternative treatments. Here it is.
  7. A Jewish boys thoughts, motorcycle riding through the Christian world.
  8. On a cargo ship called Mayflower, side by side with a congregation of religious Separatists, John Alden and Priscilla Mullins travel to the New World. But the dark, gloomy voyage is only the beginning of their trials and tribulations. They face threats of disease, starvation, and attack by Indians, to establish a colony on unforgiving shores.
  9. In 1978, Alexander (Xander) Kellogg III beomes a prominent Denver office building developer. Known as 'Mr. X' to his friends and allies, Kellogg is a ruthless businessman who uses manipulation and cutthroat tactics to yield success. However, his 'win-at-all' cost personality ultimately leads to challenges in both his professional and personal life.
  10. At the apex of the Civil Rights movement in America, a young man from New Jersey was deployed to fight in our nation’s first fully integrated war. Assigned to the mortar platoon of a rifle company in the 1st Infantry Division, he shared the experience of combat with young men from all cultures and economic backgrounds.

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Poetry to Ponder: Good News! is a collection of poems reflecting the basic doctrines of the Christian faith. It offers meaning and hope to both believers and skeptics in the face of life’s perplexities. Themes include creation, the nature of God, nature of man, the sin problem, salvation through Jesus and His return as King and Judge of mankind.