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  1. Healing cancer requires knowledge of alternative treatments. Here it is.
  2. Mary Magdalene was regarded as "the forbidden female" in the Christian tradition: wild, free and sinful. This book contains a dialogue with and messages from Mary Magdalene, channeled by Pamela Kribbe (PhD). It is about male and female energy, relationships, sexuality and healing.
  3. Learn to screen, buy and sell the highest quality preferred stocks
  4. The Jeshua Channelings speak about the rise of heart-based consciousness.
  5. How to write and speak persuasively to achieve organizational goals.
  6. When Poppy relocated to Margate she answered a card in the window of the Madam Popoff Vintage Emporium announcing,“Part time help required only special people need apply.” She suddenly found herself drawn into a world of wonder, magic and healing. A series of short stories explore the ups and downs of life and the nature of healing.
  7. Essays about music, program and liner notes, study of Well Tempered Clavier by J.S.Bach
  8. John Duffey's Bluegrass Life: Featuring The Country Gentlemen, Seldom Scene and Washington, D.C. is the definitive biography of one of bluegrass music's most important artists in the history of the genre. His work as a founding member of these two pioneering bands, John Duffey urbanized bluegrass and introduced it to a broad new audience.
  9. There is finally an answer to why the unchangeable Catholic Church changed so drastically in the 1960s, and who engineered those changes. That answer will destroy every preconceived notion regarding religious freedom as an unalienable right, what the Catholic Church really teaches and the true meaning of biblical prophecy for the latter days.
  10. Loving guide for lightworkers seeking to awaken the Christ Within.
  1. Cognitive scientists tell us we make 95 percent of our decisions subconsciously. While the Birkman Method identifies our major personality traits, this book makes conscious those subconscious decision processes. It is particularly useful to the certified Birkman practitioner who wants to develop a professional coaching practice.
  2. Healing cancer requires knowledge of alternative treatments. Here it is.
  3. Compulsively readable and deeply heartfelt, Twisting Legacy casts a poignant, illuminating light on the scourge of a fatal genetic disease and its impact on three generations of a family. Despite deception by the protagonist, challenges, and sacrifices, courage prevails, love endures, and hope remains.
  4. In 1990 Kattherine Fraser remembers words her father uttered a couple of years before he died unexpectedly in 1957, when she was nine. As meaningful coincidences occur, her follow up actions enable her to escape from her violent husband. And her journey of self-discovery has begun.
  5. The Vegas Golden Knights were the most successful expansion team in the history of professional sports, making it to the Stanley Cup Finals in their first year. They also helped a city heal after a horrific mass murder at a concert before the season. Their success united the community and turned ordinary people into hockey fans.
  6. When Love Begins is collection of poetry about the teen years struggling with depression, anxiety, and finding one's path to hope from a teenager's point of view. With metaphorical exploration and deep internal battles, journey through When Love Begins and climb out into refreshing peace.
  7. When Poppy relocated to Margate she answered a card in the window of the Madam Popoff Vintage Emporium announcing,“Part time help required only special people need apply.” She suddenly found herself drawn into a world of wonder, magic and healing. A series of short stories explore the ups and downs of life and the nature of healing.
  8. Essays about music, program and liner notes, study of Well Tempered Clavier by J.S.Bach
  9. Author Grey Keating is sliding down the backside of his twenties. He once wrote a best-selling book that didn't exactly flatter his hometown. Between that and his ex-girlfriend (a professional blogger) writing a book about how much he and their romance sucked, he's forced to face his past, the future and the tragedies of being human.
  10. Paul “Turkey Pete” Eitner went west in search of cowboys, but found much more than he bargained for. Unrequited love eventually landed him behind bars in the Montana State Prison, but that did not end his adventures. From rabbits to turkeys, boxing to breakouts, and riots to riches, Paul’s life became a legend larger than even the Rocky Mountains.

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Trial By Jury chronicles the experiences of a young attorney who is assigned to try his first civil jury trial and has to learn quickly how to fight to win the case for his client in and out of the courtroom against older, more experienced adversaries. The book follows his account of twenty-two real life jury trials and the lessons he learns.
The 21st century presents many challenges to faith. Are religious teachings still even relevant? Does religion do more harm than good? Combining personal stories and insights, the author of Wrestling with Faith explores these issues. He shares how he reconciled his doubts to again be able to consider himself a committed Christian.
This courageous woman triumphs over the brutality of almost constant warfare throughout her life. After the loss of her husband William in WW1, she migrates to Australia with her family. The Korean war follows WW2, followed by the Vietnam war. Her story reveals the futility of warfare and the personal pain and loss inflicted on vast populations.
A dark crime thriller that tells the journey of a conflicted disconcerting transgender woman, convicted of murder, who escapes imprisonment in the Philippines and travels to the U.S. where she becomes a police officer. Here, she confronts toxic masculinity and cruelty as she tries to seek justice for victimized children in the system.
Healing For The Broken-Hearted is a well-balanced book that presents an integration of theology and psychology. Though it contains some clinical terminologies, it is surprisingly easy to read for everyone. The intent is to help hurting people heal from a broken heart.
An airport worker accidentally uncovers a pedophilia ring operating through a Dutch airport. When his attempts to get help from the authorities fails, he struggles to smuggle a young victim to safety outside the country before they are both captured by either the police or the criminals.
A call comes, informing the pastor of a death. Unexpected, or after an extended illness, there is no pastoral responsibility, or privilege, that compares with shepherding people as they say their final goodbyes and mourn their loss. "When the Call Comes" helps pastors serve those who mourn, from the initial call to the end of the funeral services.
When Love Begins is collection of poetry about the teen years struggling with depression, anxiety, and finding one's path to hope from a teenager's point of view. With metaphorical exploration and deep internal battles, journey through When Love Begins and climb out into refreshing peace.
Throttle Up challenges traditional leadership development strategies based on traits, behaviors, charisma and positional authority with an approach based on action and practice geared towards the multifaceted real-world challenges of everyday life. Why? Because that is what leaders and their partners really do--they take action!
There used to be a time when men stood back to back, took ten paces, turned and shot. Now you sit on your front porch and send your drone out two miles to do your shooting for you.