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Woman After God’s Own Heart By Elizabeth George

Every Christian can find inspiration and education in Woman After God’s Own Heart by Elizabeth George. She focuses on how women can work on devoting time to God and make sure that He is number one in our lives. Some of the beginning of this book seems very obvious and straightforward, but there are a… Continue reading Woman After God’s Own Heart By Elizabeth George

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The Power of a Praying Wife by Stormie O’Martian

In this thirty day devotional for women, The Power of a Praying Wife by Stormie O’Martian, each day is devoted to a different prayer need your husband has that you can make a difference in his life by making sure to pray for it. The author uses her personal experiences and those of her friends… Continue reading The Power of a Praying Wife by Stormie O’Martian

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Project Zebra: Roosevelt and Stalin’s Top Secret Mission to Train 300 Soviet Airmen in America By M. G. Crisci

A unique World War II story, Project Zebra: Roosevelt and Stalin’s Top Secret Mission to Train 300 Soviet Airmen in America by M.G. Crisci, is the non-fiction account of a rather recently de-classified mission that was launched to help end World War II. The project was a collaboration of President Roosevelt and the Kremlin of… Continue reading Project Zebra: Roosevelt and Stalin’s Top Secret Mission to Train 300 Soviet Airmen in America By M. G. Crisci

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Change Your Mind to Change Your Life: Ways of Thinking That Really Work By Warren Lake

In what can be described as a long article or brochure, Change Your Mind to Change Your Life: Ways of Thinking That Really Work by Warren Lake is a part philosophical, part psychological guide on how our cognitive processes affect our behaviors and actions. Each chapter is a short essay on a cognitive topic depicting… Continue reading Change Your Mind to Change Your Life: Ways of Thinking That Really Work By Warren Lake

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It Is About You: How American Government Works and How to Help Fix It By Deborah Cupples

In her book, It’s About You: How American Government Works and How to Help Fix It by Deborah Cupples, the author discusses how the three branches of government work within the US government system. The book also discusses why there are loopholes in the system and how politicians can make this work in corrupt ways.… Continue reading It Is About You: How American Government Works and How to Help Fix It By Deborah Cupples

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Fertility Symbols By Rayven Monique

The adult coloring book, Fertility Symbols by Rayven Monique is a nicely made coloring book of various fertility symbols and a brief background on why they are fertility symbols compiled by the artist. There are probably about 15 or so symbols in this book and each symbol has a page that describes why it is… Continue reading Fertility Symbols By Rayven Monique

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The Antioch Testament: A Novel About the Lives of the Apostles After the Resurrection By Donald Joiner

The Antioch Testament: A Novel About the Lives of the Apostles After the Resurrection by Donald Joiner starts out with a siege in the Iraq War in which a priest is mortally wounded, staying alive long enough to give an army chaplain an ancient manuscript that the Muslims want to destroy. Against policy, the chaplain… Continue reading The Antioch Testament: A Novel About the Lives of the Apostles After the Resurrection By Donald Joiner

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Eternal Victim By Dexter Morgenstern

In his book Eternal Victim by Dexter Morgenstern, the author introduces us to a confusing and gruesome alternative reality. The main character is a victim of some sort, who is ethereal in existence, and on a mission that is unknown to her throughout most of the book. The main character ventures through various periods of… Continue reading Eternal Victim By Dexter Morgenstern

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Shattering Black Male Stereotypes: Eradicating the Ten Most Destructive Media-Generated Illusions About Black Men By Michael Taylor

Michael Taylor’s book, Shattering Black Male Stereotypes: Eradicating the Ten Most Destructive Media-Generated Illusions About Black Men is a non-fiction work that opens up dialogue about ten of the most common myths of black men that the media portrays. Taylor offers some scientific studies to demonstrate the inaccuracy of these myths, but also relies heavily… Continue reading Shattering Black Male Stereotypes: Eradicating the Ten Most Destructive Media-Generated Illusions About Black Men By Michael Taylor