Missionary

Saving Fearful
By S. O. Fidimaye

Missionary: Saving Fearful by S.O. Fidimaye chronicles the author's fears and apprehensions in spite of growing up in an Islamic family and reading the Quran daily. The Yoruba people are known to have a god for almost anything and the author speaks about how all...

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The Fight for Life

By William T. Elliott

The Fight for Life by William T. Elliott is a volume of powerful poetry that moves and inspires. This award-winning author presents slice-of-life poems on a variety of subjects that go deep and wide, and that almost anyone can relate to in one way or...

Take My Hand

Two best friends, two sons fighting for their lives, one true story about motherhood, grief and hope
By Kerry Fisher, Pat Sowa

Take My Hand by Kerry Fisher and Pat Sowa is the poignant story of the two authors who have been the best of friends since they met at university. This book will provide comfort and companionship to anyone who is going through difficult times. The...

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Clipped Wings

Hear the souring voices set free
By Jennifer Gilmour

Clipped Wings: Hear the Soaring Voices Set Free by Jennifer Gilmour is an anthology of non-fiction short stories that present authentic accounts of domestic abuse. Each story lends voice to a survivor who found themselves in relationships that carried the pain of all manner of...

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The Love of a Father

Faith Principles of the Power of a Father's Love
By Ken Gordon

The Love of a Father: Faith Principles of the Power of a Father's Love by Ken Gordon is a non-fiction Christian parenting guide with the aim of educating readers on the frequently misunderstood and often overlooked paternal balance of love for a child. Gordon breaks...

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How to Communicate with the Dead

And How Cultures Do It Around The World
By Judith Fein

How To Communicate With The Dead: And How Cultures Do It Around The World by Judith Fein takes readers on an adventure as she crisscrosses the world and they experience the thrills, the mystery, the excitement, and the brilliance of how cultures everywhere connect to...

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Racism: A Disease of the Mind

A Disease of The Mind
By Adeleke Adefioye

Racism: A Disease of The Mind by Adeleke Adefioye speaks about the existence of racism and tribalism everywhere and conveys the message that we are all one despite the differences in color. He speaks about how racism exists in the United States as there are...

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Finding Nicole

A True Story of Love, Loss, Betrayal, Fear and Hope
By Nicole Beverly

Nicole Beverly’s abusive ex-husband offered fellow prisoners payment to murder her. Finding Nicole is a graphic memoir recording the author’s experiences as a victim, and survivor, of shocking domestic violence and her battle for justice and safety. It includes, at the end, a brief guidebook...

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The Liberal Orthodoxy

By Mr. Lawrence Gene Eubank

The Liberal Orthodoxy is a work of non-fiction in the politics, philosophy, and social issues sub-genres, and was penned by author Lawrence Eubank. In this fascinating and fully rounded exploratory work, Mr. Eubank looks at the phenomenon surrounding the extreme movement of liberalism towards a...

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Mum, Dad, Can You Hear Me?

By Despina Mavridou

Children are more perceptive than we credit them for. Such was the case of Irene, an almost 10-year-old girl who had a beautiful family. Her parents were in love, and she had her companion, a teddy bear. Suddenly, her parents would fight endlessly within earshot...

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