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  1. A unique Messianic Jewish Commentary on the Five Books of Moses, with emphasis on portraits and foreshadowings of the Messiah. A great tool for these who wish to better understand Yeshua/Jesus and His First Century followers. A great study tool to understand Jewish thought, both in the first century and today!
  2. Kieran "Red" Maguire, crime reporter at a Montana newspaper, becomes an amateur sleuth as several seemingly unrelated murders strike his city. Each victim is left with a mysterious calling card. Red investigates as he realizes the very next victim might be -- him.
  3. Hospice is an often-misunderstood medical specialty. The reality of the work is complex, poignant, challenging, fulfilling, and even humorous. This collection of essays shines light on the struggles, gratifications, and life lessons taken from 30 years as a hospice social worker.
  4. A unique inside look at what it was like to be a successful child performer in the 1960's and 70's, and how the experience influenced his adult life.
  5. 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.
  6. Loving guide for lightworkers seeking to awaken the Christ Within.
  7. The Jeshua Channelings speak about the rise of heart-based consciousness.
  8. Wade Occam Cooper is on a journey not dissimilar to the millions suffering depression who lose themselves in the fog. But his mind creates an alter ego who offers him a path out of the darkness, one paved with sexual exploits and philosophic musings. However, another alter will try to pull him back down.
  9. A personal recollection of growing up Black in Cape Charles, Virginia that is surprising in its details of family and community life and how robust was the parallel universe that evolved in response to the segregation of the Jim Crow era. This one man's account hopefully will contribute to move the races towards equality and social justice.
  10. Stranded on a mysterious island in the Pacific Ocean. Pirates are hunting you. Your friends are held prisoner. Whispers of hidden treasures. Are you able to make the right decisions to find the treasure, free your friends and escape the pirates of the mysterious Tanaka Island? The Journey is in your hands!
  1. A unique Messianic Jewish Commentary on the Five Books of Moses, with emphasis on portraits and foreshadowings of the Messiah. A great tool for these who wish to better understand Yeshua/Jesus and His First Century followers. A great study tool to understand Jewish thought, both in the first century and today!
  2. A personal recollection of growing up Black in Cape Charles, Virginia that is surprising in its details of family and community life and how robust was the parallel universe that evolved in response to the segregation of the Jim Crow era. This one man's account hopefully will contribute to move the races towards equality and social justice.
  3. Stranded on a mysterious island in the Pacific Ocean. Pirates are hunting you. Your friends are held prisoner. Whispers of hidden treasures. Are you able to make the right decisions to find the treasure, free your friends and escape the pirates of the mysterious Tanaka Island? The Journey is in your hands!
  4. Kieran "Red" Maguire, crime reporter at a Montana newspaper, becomes an amateur sleuth as several seemingly unrelated murders strike his city. Each victim is left with a mysterious calling card. Red investigates as he realizes the very next victim might be -- him.
  5. Hospice is an often-misunderstood medical specialty. The reality of the work is complex, poignant, challenging, fulfilling, and even humorous. This collection of essays shines light on the struggles, gratifications, and life lessons taken from 30 years as a hospice social worker.
  6. A unique inside look at what it was like to be a successful child performer in the 1960's and 70's, and how the experience influenced his adult life.
  7. A Marine Corps Memoir
  8. A missing child; a parent’s worst nightmare. For Mary, it was both children. A 14-day parental visit became a nightmare. The children suffer trauma while gone. After an 18-month legal battle, Mary loses, and must send her children again. This time he does the unthinkable, they all disappear. But, where? Mary’s hope with God is all that remains.
  9. Poems from the 1980s to the present chronicling Mary Lee's life, loves, and losses from the beach in Santa Monica, to the Sierra Nevada foothills, and the Texas Hill Country.
  10. This book by an EPA insider reviews the history, science, and law of pollution control. It displays the tools available now to control man-made climate change. It inspires concerned citizens, especially younger people who will inherit a dangerous planet, to join in saving our life on Earth.

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David George, a former slave, left the American colonies for Nova Scotia in 1781. There, he preached to both whites and blacks and formed mixed churches. Later, he moved to help begin a colony in Sierra Leone. No matter the hardships, David never quit, never lost faith that someday his people would be truly free - in body, spirit and heart.
Cathy and Christine, roommates, began e-mail correspondence after moving to different states. They discuss Cathy's recovery from addiction, advice on handling life's challenges, and the deep faith both depended upon to get them along the path of life. Let their experiences help you on your path.
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After being separated for nearly a year, Mother reunites with her daughters and takes them on a holiday to the forest to meet the Forest Fairies. While Mother seeks a cure to her disorder with the fairy elders, her daughters take an adventure through the beautiful woodland, which leads them down a perilous path of danger.
A set of 10 ten-minute plays, each referencing one of the Ten Commandments. As with all ten-minute plays, the settings are simple and straightforward. A variety of tones are adopted: some humorous, some tragic.