The story of the progeny of patriot Adam Mitchell, who fought during the American Revolution at the Battle of Guilford Courthouse, North Carolina, on March 15, 1781. Now in Tennessee shortly after statehood, Adam's daughter Peggy matures into a confident woman courted by British nobility. Adventure, intrigue, romance and tragedy are woven into the story of the first generation of Americans. More info →
Sound, authoritative, and filled with positive, practical information, I Always Sit with My Back to the Wall is the only book of its kind to embrace the whole person of warriors and others with PTSD ready to take charge of their lives. The book is aimed at people who suffer from PTSD and their families or caregivers. It is a magical fusion of two outstanding minds and empathic hearts truly dedicated to soldiers and their families. It provides the straight story on combat trauma and PTSD that you will find nowhere else. You will learn how to manage your PTSD and combat trauma through the R-E-C-O-V-E-R approach: 1) Recognizing when PTSD is in your life. 2) Educating yourself about PTSD. 3) Connecting biology to your psychology. 4) Organizing a comprehensive care plan for PTSD. 5) Viewing your issues in a new light. 6) Empowering yourself through strong systems of support. 7) Redefining the meaning of your life: posttraumatic growth. More info →
Each anecdote from barber-osopher and motivational speaker Terry L. Sumerlin illustrates an important leadership principle. The entertaining and easy-to-read stories are filled with humor, common sense, inspiration, and practical wisdom. Readers will chuckle and nod their heads in agreement as they improve their leadership skills. More info →
Military families make great sacrifices for their country. While the soldiers wear the uniform and risk their lives, the families live like gypsies with all the responsibilities of holding the family unit together, and receive only a fraction of the recognition they deserve. This is the story of my life growing up in a military family. More info →
I was angry at God for allowing my first son to die. I was in a black hole, and there was no way out. I couldn’t pray or read my Bible. In fact, I threw my Bible against the nearest wall and watched as it landed on the floor. Then I kicked it into a corner where it remained for months. More info →
When television viewers see James Muñoz on the air, they see a man who has achieved his lifelong dream. They don’t see the lonely, sexually abused child with a father-sized hole in his heart. James grew up missing the father he never knew and spent much of his early adulthood searching for his paternal family.
Today he uses the name Muñoz (his mother’s maiden name) on the air to honor his maternal family and Hispanic heritage and the name Doughty (his surname) in private life to honor his father and his paternal family’s legacy. He shares his story to inspire and encourage others to achieve their dreams regardless of the challenges they face. His grandmother’s poems and his father’s letters that helped fill that empty place in his heart will touch the hearts of readers, and his advice to young people will motivate them to build their own monuments to last. More info →
We as a body of believers each have our own personal walk of faith—a journey with the Father, crammed full of countless testimonies of answered prayer and unexpected, awe-inspiring miracles. This is a glimpse into one of those many walks. A single mother and her daughter invite you to step inside the pages of their personal spiritual diary. Experience, through their eyes, the faithfulness of a loving Father, in times of happiness and joy and in times of heartache and financial crisis, through faith grounded in the Rock, Jesus Christ, the Author and Finisher of our faith. (Hebrews 12:2) More info →