May 14, 2024

Conceivable: The Unlimited Potential of the Unborn

Pastor Ray Lane highlights exceptional moments of his life in this brief memoir aimed at fostering and encouraging anti-abortion, pro-life views.

In 1931, Lane’s mother asked her doctor for another abortion. The doctor requested to speak with her husband and convinced the Idahoan farming couple to keep “the baby that could have died.” Over 90 […]


May 7, 2024

Stepping Stones for the Heart: Awakening with Jesus

In October 1999, Ann Paulson began receiving messages from angels, spiritual beings, and Jesus—whom she calls Jeshua— in a concentrated four-month span. “I suspect that you will need an open-mind as you hear my story,” she writes, unashamedly admitting to her own three-year struggle “to completely accept [this development], digest it, or even begin to […]


January 8, 2024

Just a Little Bit of Faith

In this slim volume, author Angela Colbert takes an in-depth look at faith and its ability to attract the power of God to work miracles amid impossible situations.

Colbert “had known God from an early age” but during a difficult time she fell into drug and alcohol abuse, “lost an enormous amount of weight and […]


December 18, 2023

The Gospel of the Four

In The Gospel of the Four, author Peter Boaz Jones knits together all four gospels of the Christian New Testament to provide a comprehensive account of the life and ministry of Jesus.

Jones proceeds chronologically, beginning with genealogy and accounts of Jesus’s birth, before describing Jesus’s baptism, ministry, death, and afterlife. Every few verses, Jones […]


November 27, 2023

Guarding the Past (revised edition): Book One

Guarding the Past takes its protagonist on a physical, moral and spiritual journey, as the archeologist heads to a remote African jungle, where he discovers that the “backward” inhabitants are far ahead of the “modern” world in science and technology.

Just as Benjamin Maschel, who will receive his PhD in archeology in a week, is […]


October 17, 2023

The Love Tree: Journey to Everlasting

In The Love Tree: Journey to Everlasting, Elise Abiel provides a sweet, succinct guide to the Christian teachings that have provided assurance and comfort throughout her life.

Each chapter in the book addresses a different longing, like hope, security, faith, passion, justice, truth, belonging. Abiel includes brief outlines of her own life: growing up on […]


July 11, 2023

Salvation from the Lake of Fire: The Beauty of John 3:16

Elisabeth Nelson examines the validity of three differing views of spiritual damnation in this easy-to-follow explanation of Christian salvation.

A preacher’s child, Elisabeth Nelson spent her life in church and studying the Bible. Now in her 60s, she presents her research of three views of the “lake of fire”: Conditionalism, Universalism and Traditionalism. Nelson argues […]


March 28, 2023

III Chronicles

Darlene Klingensmith Makin’s intimate, faith-based memoir, III Chronicles, documents her extraordinary spiritual encounters and her transformation following her faith conversion.

Makin was born in Pleasant Hills, Pittsburgh. As a child, she had supernatural encounters, including experiences where a man appeared multiple times to reassure her when she felt frightened. Her family did not attend church, […]


March 14, 2023

Bible Album: Art Book – New Heart English Bible Edition

Esdras Pierre Etrenne’s Bible Album is a lengthy offering (1,785 pages) of nature photographs accompanied by Bible verses.

The author begins the book with a note: “I wanted to make something beautiful for the world . . . so this is it!” This statement provides the sole context for the rest of the book. After […]


February 28, 2023

God Cares But Do We?: The Evolution of Belief and Spirituality

Kwaku Adjei Mensah addresses the moral degradation of America and calls for a return to the principles of the Ten Commandments in this unconventional treatise on modern humanity.

From violence to racism, homosexuality to infidelity, Mensah expresses grief over the “senseless violence and ignorance, [sic] we do to each other, every nation, and every race.” […]