The Altar of Atad

Free Chapter: A Crown at the Altar of Atad Have You Ever Had to Bury Someone or Something?  So Joseph went up to bury his father; and with him went up all the servants of Pharaoh, the elders of his house, and all the elders of the land of Egypt, as well as all the... Continue Reading →

New Update– Audiobooks

We are excited to introduce the new audiobook for The Spirit of Leviathan featuring Lynn Brunk from Horizon Wordcraft, a fellow believer in Messiah and one you will be hearing more of because she is currently working on Book I, Satan Unmasked, the 1st of the four-part series. Click HERE for Lynn's lovely voice. Continue Reading →

My Son’s Principal and Noah’s Ark

  A growing number of people today do not believe in the Bible. They have science, history, and logic. To them the Bible is just an outdated book that people use wrongfully. Religions under the name of "God" have caused many wars and bloodshed. The younger generation often look at the Bible and think "animal... Continue Reading →

Jumping for Joy is 99 Cents, for a Limited Time.

Can sorrow open the doorway to joy? Tekoa Manning peels back the layers of despair to reveal the key to finding and defining joy. Our suffering is often producing the fruit of the Spirit. Jumping for Joy highlights Harriet Tubman, Nicholas James Vujicic, Joni Eareckson Tada, and the author’s own personal journey and the beautiful lessons learned.... Continue Reading →

Evil Spirit of the Wind

"The word hurricane comes from the Taino Native American word, hurucane, meaning the evil spirit of the wind." What a curious definition.   Wind, like water, can be wonderful. So can a nice warm fire, but all these elements can become devastating when out of control. Hurricane Ian ripped through Florida, traveling down the coast and leaving a... Continue Reading →

A Psalm of Bonnie–Tekoa

A contemplative song of Tekoa: Who has been there for me?  You, oh King of righteousness.  Who has seen and counted my tears?  You, oh, compassionate One. Who has held me in the night and strengthened my bones?  Who has known my heart of sorrow and sent a newborn fawn--when the morning birds sang louder... Continue Reading →

Who Can Stand Before Jealousy?

Photo by Pro Church Media on Unsplash Anger and offenses can be settled and healed, but the Book of Proverbs states, "who can stand before jealousy?" "Wrath is cruel and anger is overwhelming, but who can stand before jealousy?" (Proverbs 27:4, TLV). "A tranquil heart is life to the body, but envy is rottenness to... Continue Reading →

Walter for $0.99

Sixty-seven-year-old Walter Kendal isn't your typical homeless man. He wears London Fog and is accompanied by a pet homing pigeon named Jackie. After fleeing devastating personal events, Walter is accused of a crime he did not commit. Now a fugitive on the run, Walter sleeps under the stars at night but during the day enters... Continue Reading →

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