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  • Faith & Living

    Arresting the Accuser


    Inroads are being made by the accuser of the brethren
    against the hearts and minds of the church. We will
    only see the breach closed, and have the strength to
    stand, if we stand together. Each of us will need to
    be involved in stopping the tactics and strategies of
    our ancient foe. Fortunately, God has given His church
    the authority to arrest the accuser.

  • Marriage & Family

    Autism Do-Re-Mi


    Learning to sing on our journey’s song

    By Melodie Eaton Steele

    From the Preface:

    Autistic Do-Re-Mi’s presents glimpses from our learning to sing as a strategy against discouragement and doubt. Our practice of praise can promote an atmosphere of trust, faith, and hope. I wonder how much of Sam’s wit and Josh’s good humor come from this place of rest. May those times increase as we surrender our fears and anxiety to Jesus.

  • Faith & Living

    Depression X,Y,Z

    Finding joy in life’s storm

    By Melodie Eaton Steele

    Being depressed is not the same as being sad. Depression can include sadness, but it’s more than that. It can come with rage, irritation, pain, paranoia, anxiety, intrusive or racing thoughts, obsessing, indecision, brain fog, insecurity, and hopelessness. It can manifest as indifference or aversion to things that usually bring pleasure. It can persist as perfectionism and an inability to turn your brain off at night. It can be accompanied by insomnia and mania or by lethargy. It can have absolutely everything or nothing to do with circumstances and can hit seasonally or randomly and without warning. It is usually isolating and debilitating. It can spiral lower and lower until its victim feels helpless, discouraged, and defeated. It will pull down bystanders in its wake.

    I pray that my catharsis on these pages may help others to know that we humans are not alone in our struggles. Once I started writing, what came pouring out of me was a deluge. The pen is mighty, as a sword. Hence, I sit with my iPad buckler and record my thoughts. I pray that my story may inspire and encourage. None of us is beyond hope. The blood of Jesus has to be effective to cover my sin and my weaknesses; otherwise, I’m lost. I attempted life on my own, apart from God. It was disastrous. I have now set all my hopes on Him.

    All the best! Melodie

  • Faith & Living

    Goodbye, Little One


    Through Deep Grief to Deep Life

    By Carolyn Schulz-Rathbun

    Each year in the United States over a million bereaved parents bury their dreams. These are the surviving victims of miscarriage, ectopic pregnancy, stillbirth and infant death. Goodbye, Little One speaks to the hearts of mothers and fathers awash in grief, bewilderment, guilt and anger, and offers comfort, perspective and hope.

  • Faith & Living

    Heal Me O Lord


    The Christians Handbook to Personal Wholeness Through Healing Prayer

    By Calvin Tadema

    This instructional handbook is a clear guide for effective and powerful prayer that leads to reconciliation, healing and peace.

  • Faith & Living



    The Gifts and Callings of God

    By Calvin and Julie Tadema

    A life lived on purpose has meaning. It is not subject to the whims of the world or the schemes of the devil. Everyone has an innate desire to live according to their calling and will experience peace from the moment their purpose is discovered and their life is aligned accordingly.

    Welcome to the journey.

  • Faith & Living

    Keys of the Kingdom


    Unlocking the Process of New Testament Conversion

    By Dick Williams

    This short but potent book challenges the notion that conversion means little more than uttering a few words of agreement with some foundational doctrines.

  • Faith & Living

    Sacred Story


    Finding God in the Ordinary

    By Daryl Knudeson

    Everyone has a story. Whether it unfolds in great adventure, in waves of sorrow or in rhythmic constancy, our story is unique and profoundly personal. Written within the pages of every life is evidence that we have not walked our journey alone.

  • Faith & Living

    Sword of Submission


    Reclaiming the Power of Being Human

    By Dan & Jody Mayhew

    The biblical story of redemption is the story of the defeat of a rebel army in the eternal realm, and of the liberation of a race once captive in time and space. In the end, it is the story of a joyous army that wins the war by using the most sophisticated weapon available—and it’s been available for a very long time.

  • Faith & Living

    The Ancient Deceptions


    Uncover the oldest tricks in The Book

    By Julie Tadema and Jody Mayhew

    A fascinating exploration of the deceptions that have been plaguing the human race since the very beginning.

  • Faith & Living

    The Butterfly and the Stone


    God’s Love on a Prodigal Journey

    By Dan Mayhew

    Hope is a butterfly Fear is a stone as the father waits for his son to come home. For anyone who has been or has loved a prodigal child, here is a voice in the night that says you are not alone.

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