• 22 Hours of Grace: A Journey of Letting Go. By Meghan Santel & Jessica Wood


    22 HOURS OF GRACE: After many ups and downs, Meghan finally felt like life was in a good place. She and her husband had reconciled their marriage, their two boys were happy and healthy, and they were now pregnant with what they hoped would be their first daughter. Then, an ultrasound revealed that, although it was, indeed, the girl of their dreams, she had a terminal birth defect known as anencephaly. After resisting pressure to have an abortion, Meghan went on to give birth to Evelynn Grace and learned that everything she was searching for is on the other side of letting go.

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    “I couldn’t put this book down. The twists and turns of Meghan’s life had me hooked from the very beginning. As a dad, it broke my heart, but even more so it opened my eyes to the impact that one person’s decision can make on so many lives. This story will serve as my reminder to consider that what appears to be the more difficult path, is often the most rewarding.” — Josh Turner, Wall Street Journal Best Selling Author.


    Meghan and Jessica are childhood friends. With the help of grandparents and babysitters, they met at coffee shops to work on this book. It took them two years to complete.

    Meghan Santel: Meghan lives in rural Illinois and is the personal chef and Uber driver to her husband and three sons. She is passionate about bringing awareness to anencephaly, the birth defect that afflicted her late daughter, and encouraging others to trust in God’s plan when an unborn child is terminally diagnosed.

    Jessica Wood Jessica lives in Illinois with her family. This is her first of many published books.

  • Beer, Wine, or Vodka?: What Should I Drink and How Much for Better Health?

    Dr. Dasgupta, professor of pathology and laboratory medicine at the University of Texas-Houston Medical School, provides some of the most trusted guidelines for safe and beneficial alcohol use. A must read before your next alcoholic beverage. Yes, you can drink to that.


    Definitely a must read before consuming your next alcoholic beverage. Dr. Dasgupta, professor of pathology and laboratory medicine at the University of Texas-Houston Medical School, provides one of the most trusted guidelines for safe and beneficial alcohol use. Approximately 60% of Americans consume alcohol. While drinking in excess may pose health risks, scientific research shows that drinking in moderation has many health benefits, including protection from heart diseases. Drawing from his decades of experience in Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, Dr. Dasgupta shows: What exactly it means to drink in moderation in very practical terms. Why it is better to drink alcohol with food, than on an empty stomach. That red wine is superior because it contains many beneficial antioxidants present in grapes. Practical guidelines for how much alcohol is safe for different groups – women, men, people over 65 years old. How much you should drink depending on your body weight. Why drinking in excess may lead to many health hazards including liver cirrhosis, a life threatening illness.


    Editor’s Note: For each book sold, Publisher will donate $1 towards establishing resource centers for orphanages in developing countries, so those amazing kids may learn to read, dream, and grow.

  • Called to Truth : A Practical, Biblical Guide to Spiritual and Physical Wholeness


    Called to Truth by Denise White presents the truth of God’s word unapologetically to anyone who is hungry for God’s power, healing and breakthrough, even in this skeptical age. For those desiring healing or breakthrough, the Holy Spirit is poised to release His miraculous grace in your life as you read this book with an open mind. There is a real possibility that this book will help you receive the spiritual gifts which God has planned for you. As the Scripture promises us, if we are willing and obedient to God’s truth, we will surely eat the good of the land (Isaiah 1:19).


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    DENISE WHITE has been married for 31 years and has two children. Denise is a follower of Jesus Christ. Her faith has brought her peace and victory. Denise has a B.S. Degree and is a member of Delta Mu Delta. She has enjoyed her career in educating children. Denise’s ministries have included ministering in the marketplace, children’s groups, homeless women, and foster care ministry.


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    Denise White, author of called to Truth, speaks from her heart

  • Courageous Faith: Gives you all. Demands your all. By Ron Brown, PhD.

    Scripture defines Faith as “being sure of what we hope for. It is being sure of what we do not see.” It is founded upon a compelling and often perplexing belief in both God – and the unique calling He has planted in our heart. The pursuit of our heart’s desires will always begin, and then be sustained, by a series of simple, yet often heart-wrenching steps of faith. Steps that eventually lead one toward the mountaintop of fulfillment, hope and joy – while also requiring that same person to move through pain, loss, and unanswered questions along the way. To succeed on this journey, you will need to tightly couple courage with belief. This book will prepare you to do that!

  • Dry Bones: Redeeming Your Past Kindle Edition


    “In Dry Bones: Redeeming Your Past, Kevin Goos graciously takes us on his journey from failure and shame to restoration. His transparency is refreshing and inspiring! Kevin shares with us, his God-given, biblical and doable tools so that we too can be restored from woundedness and possible bad choices from our past to help others. Dry Bones may trigger tears of joy if you’re willing to face your past with God, accept God’s forgiveness and learn to experience God’s hope and grace for your restoration or for someone wounded. This is a must read!”Dr. Clarence Shuler, President/CEO of BLR: Building Lasting Relationships. Co-authored with Dr. Gary Chapman, Choose Greatness.

    Dry Bones: Redeeming Your Past Kindle Edition

  • Mentoring Warriors: Coming Alongside men 18-30 years old


    “Tackling the challenging topic of how to be a mentor and how to be mentored, David brings his decades of mentoring practice to the page. Insightful and transparent, David shares himself and his experience. Going deeper into the “hows” and “whys” of good mentoring practices, he brings practical, biblical advice for those desiring to make a signifi cant diff erence in the lives of others.” – Jeff Turner, TNW Group, Founder and Former CEO, Spirit Aerosystems.

  • Of Guilt And Grace: Ten Lessons from Achan about Sin and Salvation


    “Matt’s book, ‘Of Guilt and Grace’ is a masterpiece of understanding the impact of sin and its ongoing ramifications. The good news about sin is God’s grace. Matt elegantly explains how God’s grace is the antidote to our sin issue. ‘Of Guilt and Grace’ is well thought out and a must read for anyone desiring to understand the relationship between our sin and God’s grace. I would highly recommend this book!” – Tyson Priest, D. Min, Pastor, the River, Lapel, In. & Motivational Speaker.

  • Oh Da Joy: A conversation in the art of joyful living


    This is a conversation in the very art of joyful living, not a thesis or research. It is a discussion from the heart. For in the end, it is with the reader’s heart that they will find a way to live joyfully. This is for those who want to grow in Joy and for those whose smiles cannot really hide their pain and sorrow as they start the journey toward a life of joy and peace.

  • Passionate Christianity: Reclaiming your first love


    “In Passionate Christianity, Susan Ellis stands with the great revivalist John Wesley, in reminding us that true renewal is only found in returning to that which is old; in passionately pursuing the timeless rather than being distracted by the temporal; in setting aside the fashionable and humbly submitting to the eternal Word of God.” – Everett Piper, PhD. President, Oklahoma Wesleyan University.

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    The Abundance Principle: A story about forgiving generosity for enduring legacy

    Life doesn’t always make sense – friends who suddenly turn against us, beloved spouses who walk out on us, coworkers who scheme to undercut us, or family members who mock and deride us – yet, The Abundance Principle compels us to rise above the muddled waters of resentment and pettiness and extend forgiveness to others, not just barely but generously. Living out The Abundance Principle, at home or at workplace, brings inner freedom and fullness, guaranteeing an enduring legacy. Jack’s story shows us exactly how to do it, and highlights the steps involved in living out The Abundance Principle. As we immerse ourselves in his story, we suddenly discover that we are also at the center of the story – a story that is deeply human, intriguing, relevant, and freeing.

    Editor’s Note: This is a life-changing course on how to live the abundant life, in both print and ebook formats format. Buy one, get both versions free. Instant download of ebook, as you wait for arrival of print version.

  • The Art of Being Whole: A personal account of grit, love, and fearless


    “What a big journey this man had, and his childhood broke my heart, but to see him come full circle is completely joyful. We all have the chance and ability to change and move forward to become our greatest potential. This book inspired me to be greater, better, kinder, and more loving. We need more books like this in the world during a time of upheaval and chaos. Bravo.”

    – Kristy Watson, Chief Marketing Office, Erno Laszlo Skin Care.

  • The Unbelievable Plight of Mrs. Wright

    “Diana Wright has a very important story to tell. Not only in her upbringing and how she funneled the energy from her difficult past into the fuel that made her a self-made millionaire, but also how she uses the same methodical planning and positive outlook to save herself from a cancer death sentence. Should people be submissive to the system when it comes to their own health? If Diana had been, she would not be alive today.” – Greta Valenti and Robin Davey, Directors of The Unbelievable Plight of Mrs Wright film.


    The Unbelievable Plight of Mrs. Wright is the incredible true story of American nurse and self-made millionaire, Diana Wright. Overcoming poverty and abuse growing up, Wright built a multi-million dollar business devoted to improving the quality of life for nurses, only to be given a terminal cancer death sentence by the very industry she dedicated her life to.

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