“Salt & Light: The Complete Jesus” by Jonathan G. Dean

“Salt & Light; The Complete Jesus” is a deeply researched publication that attempts to impart understanding and knowledge relating to the existence of an extraordinary human being, Jesus of Nazareth. His personality, works, and words are the backbone of this meticulous read, as substantiated by the Canada-based researcher and award winner, Jonathan G. Dean. This book seeks to reconstruct beliefs and disintegrate confusing information and views about Jesus as professed by diverse religions such as Judaism, Christian, Islam and Buddhism. … More “Salt & Light: The Complete Jesus” by Jonathan G. Dean

“Saint Bedouin’s Fruits” by Johannes Cicek

“Saint Bedouin’s Fruits” by Johannes Çiçek is a compilation of various thoughts and counsel, focusing on the author’s purpose of “investigating and receiving the Holy Mysteries of Christianity.” Çiçek showcases various writing formats throughout his work, the reader will notice times of storyline, scripture verses from the Bible and hymns interjected, and informational/educational sections served as a commentary of the verses, songs, or other topics, such as biology, layers, senses, hormones, psychology, Christianity, evolution, etc. … More “Saint Bedouin’s Fruits” by Johannes Cicek

“The Orphan Carpenter” by Kenneth Ian McQuarrie

“The Orphan Carpenter,” while at first glance might be difficult to understand the meaning, is a story of one man’s life with the phrase “Faith, Hope, and Love” being the main tagline. Author Kenneth Ian McQuarrie records his life as one might do for a baby book or journal, but unlike the factual format of baby books and journals, McQuarrie includes details and doesn’t shy away from the intimate and vulnerable moments in his life that he deems important for readers to understand his purpose. … More “The Orphan Carpenter” by Kenneth Ian McQuarrie

“What Do I Do Now?” by Nakia Trader

“What Do I Do Now? Building A Solid Christian Foundation” by Nakia Trader was written to guide the new believer in keeping the faith and growing spiritually, following biblical principles. Confessing that one believes in Christ Jesus is not enough to be labeled a Christian; we need to live the Christian life to back it up. This book started with the author narrating how she went through life challenges, including abuse from her father. After coming out victorious and accepting Jesus as her personal Lord and Savior, she shares the lessons she learned about the basics of starting a new life in Christ. … More “What Do I Do Now?” by Nakia Trader

“Peace in the Midst of the Storm” by Kaleb Thompson

“Peace amid the Storm” is a striking collection of exquisitely illustrated poems and lyrical prose, inviting you to speak faith and build resilience and courage to stay steadfast in focusing on where you need to go and where you need to be. Here, the entries explore the themes of positivity, selflessness, and confidence in the face of adversity. … More “Peace in the Midst of the Storm” by Kaleb Thompson

“Leadership with a Servant’s Heart: Leading in Your Workplace” by Kevin Wayne Johnson

“Leadership with a Servant’s Heart: Leading in Your Workplace” is a handbook for any person in a leadership capacity, whether it be utilized within a professional office or community outreach. The lesson plans taught are biblically based backed with quoted scripture. Author Kevin Wayne Johnson incorporates a foolproof plan to build a strong team atmosphere of camaraderie within the workplace. Multi-cultural and multi-generational differences are addressed to encompass a wide range of mindsets. Post pandemic workplace challenges are acknowledged, enabling the reader to find solutions to today’s issues of employee shortages by way of flexible work schedules and remote work opportunities. Principals are strategically laid out in a step-by-step plan to become a leader that coaches as they inspire their coworkers to achieve goals as they grow into leaders themselves. … More “Leadership with a Servant’s Heart: Leading in Your Workplace” by Kevin Wayne Johnson

“She is My Child” by Tammy Coulter

“She is My Child” is a heartfelt and insightful memoir about love, family, and the power of spirituality in coping with illness.

Already blessed with their son Grant, the Coulter’s are thrilled at the addition to the family in their daughter Ava, but at nine months old they notice an odd curvature to her spine. She is eventually diagnosed at fourteen months old with Morquio Syndrome, a rare, progressive, genetic disorder. … More “She is My Child” by Tammy Coulter

“Muslim Mechanics” by Charles H. Brewton

“Muslims Mechanics: The View from Behind the Curtain” by Charles H. Brewton presents itself as an explanation of the Islam way of life. Its target audience, it seemed to me, is American Christians; although the author compares it with Judaism and Buddhism as well. Brewton presents his research and analysis through an unbiased, factual perspective. The information presented to the reader is structured in different Chapters that go from Islam’s links to the Bible, through origins and content of The Qur’an, Islamic beliefs, Stand of Fundamentalist Islam in some Issues to Muslim-Jewish Enmity, Islam Demographic, Growth Analysis and where Islam is headed. … More “Muslim Mechanics” by Charles H. Brewton