When Dorian’s bodyguard duties lead him to suspect his billionaire philanthropist boss of foul play, his faith and trust in God must guide him in the midst of danger. The fact that he’s falling for the woman he’s supposed to be guarding doesn’t help matters.
Sharla’s life is falling apart. Dorian helps her see how she’s been focused on the wrong things. Should she thank Dorian or the absent billionaire philanthropist who hired him? Has she found what she’s been looking for or is she in over her head?
Fulton Ridge, Texas is a fictional town where people give back to their community and find ways to be kind. Each book in the series stands alone, but features characters that may or may not have been in another book set in Fulton Ridge. Stay tuned for more in this series.
The Christmas Story As Told By Luke 2: A Children's Christmas Bedtime Story takes kids through the story of the birth of Jesus from the Bible. This book was inspired by the Christmas tradition I grew up with when I went to my grandfather’s house to be with dozens of cousins and all my aunts and uncles. My grandfather would read the first twenty verses in the second chapter of Luke from the Bible before we could open any presents. Those moments of honoring the Lord before the chaos of gift-opening helped many of us to sense the presence of the Lord in our midst. Buy now and enjoy Christ-centered holiday reading through the whole Christmas season!
Prayer That Works
Build your habit of daily prayers and watch your relationship with God improve.
Prayer That Works: A Step-by-Step Guide to Writing Your Prayers and Seeing Answersis a short nonfiction book that can be used with its companion journal, The Prayer That Works Journal: 31 Days of Writing Your Prayers.
HEROINE: Rising to the Challenge
Imagine living in a community where people were selfless instead of selfish. I'd like to see a surge of kindness develop. Wouldn't you?
Laura Domino wrote HEROINE: Rising to the Challenge to help you rise above the negativity in the world with the power of kindness. The book's 25 chapters empower you to use your unique personality and giftings along with the heroic trait of the day to push yourself out of your comfort zone where you can make a difference in your world.
With Bible verses in every chapter, it's easy to use as a devotional or even as a peer mentoring tool for teens. And don't forget to download the helpful HEROINE: The Mini-Guide when you subscribe.
5 Powerful Ways to Show Love
Loving your neighbor just got easier!
This book shares practical ways to develop a habit of showing love. When you dread going to work, pick up this book and give your attitude a reset. There's always room for a smile in your life. And there's always room for God's love.
Anyone Can Be A Superhero At Christmas will help you find lots of ways to be a blessing at Christmas in this yuletide edition, Book Two in this short nonfiction series. How will you be someone’s superhero during the Christmas craze? As it says in John 15:17, “This is my command: Love each other.”
Anyone Can Be a Superhero in a Marriagehelps you raise the level of your serving. Whether you’ve been married for one month or twenty years, you will love how this short nonfiction book helps you maintain your Christian marriage at a higher level. Use simple daily actions to be more heroic. Build your faith with the Bible verses when going through tough times. Find new ways to be a blessing.
Anyone Can Be a Superhero in Summer helps you build kindness in your community. That's just one of the ways you can show your heroic traits. Your relationships are strengthened when you use these four steps to become someone’s superhero. You can be in the right place at the right time to help someone during the summer. Use these four steps to make this summer your best ever.
Anyone Can Be a Superhero in School. Even you! If you use your God-given gifts like they were superpowers and wear kindness like a mask in 2020, just think how many people you could help. If you energize others to use their gifts, the number of people you help will rise exponentially. Where’s a superhero when you need one? It’s you!