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  • A Day for Joy


    Experiencing the Sabbath Day

    How to see the Sabbath as a gift and a source of joy and restoration.

  • Family Secrets 2 – Double Destinies


    Two young couples pursue romance, fight evil, and seek God’s will in this fast-paced adventure/romance.

  • God Still Speaks


    The Key to Effective Discipleship

    Learn to hear God’s voice and live a life of obedience.

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  • Grace Across the River


    The grace of God functions subtly and often through very simple human actions. For one who will listen for God’s voice, the result can be miraculous. Grace Across the River is about God’s grace and how He uses people to reach out and draw us to Him. Grace, the main character, finds herself right in…

  • Justification


    By Grace Through Faith



    Insights Toward Interdependence

    Evolving Mystical Humanist UU
    A Memoir of Head, Heart, and Soul

    An ethical/spiritual journey leading from life as a devout Catholic girl from a Louisiana mill town to a mystical humanist Unitarian Universalist. Connects life experiences with intellectual, spiritual, and ethical growth.

  • Sale! Talking Politics wiith Jesus

    Talking Politics with Jesus


    A Process Perspective on the Sermon on the Mount

  • The Apple of His Eye


    A rabbi and his wife, as new believers in Yeshua, are in uncharted territory and faced with questions that demand answers.

    Daniel, as Rabbi of Temple Beth Shalom begins the most unique Friday night service as his congregation sits stunned by his apology. “I need to apologize to every one of you sitting here tonight because I have loaded you down with burdens too heavy for any person to bear. I realize I have spoken many many times about our responsibility as Jews to take up the yoke of the law. But I now realize none of us can take up that burden-not even your rabbi.”

    How will Daniel now support his family? And how will they now find a place to express their newly found faith? And how will they resolve the conflict between them as each desires their own expression of worship?

    “Yeshua just broke into my life-and He overshadowed all my fears, my shame, and wounds that had been crippling me,” Naomi explains to Daniel. “When I experienced His love, suddenly I was like a ballerina. Like I was gliding and not walking. So I guess I don’t worry how to worship Him. I want my love to burst forth just like His did for me. If I lose knowing Him and His presence-the air becomes empty. There’s nothing in it. Empty air. Wasted air. But with His presence, glistening honey plumps up every molecule in the air. Daniel, I don’t want to go back to a one-dimensional delusion of reality-reality is His presence.”

    Daniel, however, cannot put aside the memory of his Aunt Luba. Having been sheltered from the Nazis by a Christian family, Daniel asks, “Did they try to convert you?” Her answer remains etched in his heart and mind: “Their religion is good for them,” she tells him. “But, boychik, not for us. We are Yids. Our Torah is full of wonderful old men with white beards-and our shuls, when young I loved watching Papa drinking schnapps with all the men-all of them dancing with the Torah. I can see them-holding scroll like it was their baby.”

  • Unfettered Spirit: Spiritual Gifts for the New Great Awakening (2nd Expanded Edition)


    2nd Expanded Edition All too frequently studies of the gifts of the Spirit consist largely of answering two questions: “What are the gifts?” and “Which ones do I have?” In many cases studies go on to a third question: “How can I get more?” In response, institutional churches and theologically and intellectually respectable Christians often…