Family and Relationships

Just In Case I Should Go <BR>By: Gilian Ukundi
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ISBN: 978-1-59824-763-3
Edition: Paperback, 53 Pages
Publication Date: February 5, 2008
Just In Case I Should Go speaks the emotions, love, worries and dreams of a mother for her daughter. Raising her single handedly, distant from family, coming home exhausted and having to forgo her tiredness to play with her girl in their lonesomeness help to show the spirit and uncanny strength of character of a mother fighting with the little she has to anchor her daughter’s future.

Reading this story you will share the motherly love urging the little girl to be nothing less than the most she can be. It will give you a glimpse of two lives so intertwined with love. Life realities (not knowing when she would go), decides the mother to write her love for her daughter hoping in this way her love will outlive her and her girl can always feel it when she is no longer there to see her daughter reach her destiny.

This is a story for children, young ladies, encouraging them to reach deep to their undeniable goodness; hold on to their best and pursue their dreams with confidence.

For parents it is more than a story – it gives form and substance to lives many live daily for their children. It’s a life experience!

Just In Case I Should Go is about the love, courage and remarkable strength of character of a woman!
Family Vacation and Retreat Guide <br>By: Dr. Carolyn F. Barnhard
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ISBN: 978-1-59824-747-3
Edition: Paperback, 80 Pages
Publication Date: December 16, 2007
This book guides you through an active vacation for families of any size. A unique book that will take you through the planning stages, packing, daily activities, and the trip home. It is a vacation that is organized, creative, relaxing, educational, and fun! You will encounter personal discovery, family communication techniques, goals, and dreams.
Adoption: From Hell to Heaven <bR>By: William Cristo, Jr., M.D.
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ISBN: 978-1-59824-690-2
Edition: Paperback, 60 Pages
Publication Date: September 25, 2007
After the devastation of a miscarriage wore off, we decided to pursue the possibility of adopting a child. We subsequently adopted two lovely children. The process was so complicated, cumbersome and costly that I decided to write a book on it to help others through the process and minimize the complications, cost and cumbersome paperwork. Helpful bullet points are at the end of each chapter.
Angry Men and Their Sons <BR>Domestic Violence and Relationship Violence <BR>By: Anthony A'Ve, PhD
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ISBN: 978-1-59824-557-8
Edition: Paperback, 71 Pages
Publication Date: September 13, 2007
One out of three women will suffer violence in her lifetime. Male batterer’s thinking must be changed in order for the violence to stop.
Silhouette's Black Diamond <bR>By: Lynne M. Caulkett
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ISBN: 978-1-59824-707-7
Edition: Paperback, 236 Pages
Publication Date: September 14, 2007
This third and final book in the “Sweet Dreams” trilogy features the adventures of young Alexis Carter, great-granddaughter of Jack Sweeney, and her quest to master the equestrian art of barrel racing. Finally realizing her dream of owning what she considers to be the perfect barrel horse, problems for the headstrong teen just seem to escalate, as she encounters a battle of the wills with her demanding trainer who questions her overconfidence and stubbornness. Despite this, the feisty young rider is unwavering in her dogged attempt to pursue her mission of becoming a winning barrel racer, and faces each obstacle with willful determination.

The final chapters bring a close to the Sweeney family saga, a story that has been enjoyed and followed by many faithful readers for the past four years.
Until Death Do We Part <BR>By: Elder Don Allen Henson Sr.
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ISBN: 978-1-59824-553-0
Edition: Paperback, 50 Pages
Publication Date: August 7, 2007
“UNTIL DEATH DO WE PART” explains the seriousness of the wedding vows. It also gives direction and guidance as to what to do before and after you get married. This dynamic anointed book also gives insight as to what to do if problems occur. The book talks about separation, divorce, and responsibilities of the husband and wife. If you are going through tough times in marriage or need direction purchase “UNTIL DEATH DO WE PART” by Elder Don A. Henson.
Hard Times - Living in the Shadows <BR>Calm Before the Storm <BR>By: Sheila Tarter
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ISBN: 978-1-59824-678-0
Edition: Paperback, 231 Pages
Publication Date: August 2, 2007
Set in the notoriously poor Appalachian region of Kentucky, this story chronicles the life of Sheila and her seven siblings as they experience one tragedy after another. After her coal mining father passes away at an early age, Sheila and her family struggle to survive under the direction of a mother who can often provide little more than beans and cornbread for long stretches of time. As the family weathers tragedy after tragedy, the siblings believe they have seen it all until Sheila must face the most difficult trial of all, Lou Gehrig’s disease. Experience the true meaning of what it means to struggle and triumph as a family in this tale of how one group of siblings must come of age in the grip of poverty.
THE DELINQUENT <br>The True Story Of Ron Gebo <br>By: Edward Kahn and Ronald W. Gebo
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ISBN: 978-1-59824-660-5
Edition: Paperback, 134 Pages
Publication Date: July 7, 2007
Other Editions: Hardcover
This is the true story of Ron Gebo, born in Norwich, Connecticut. His life started out with complications during his birth. When the doctor asked his father who did he want to save, if it came down to it, he told the doctor, “Save my wife.” To say the least Ron’s family was dysfunctional, many broken homes, having moved sixteen times, in sixteen years and countless different schools. Ron developed very bad behavior traits, living mostly in Danielson, Connecticut, which was a borough of Killingly. Danielson was a depressed town in the 1960s and 70s when this young man was growing up. The mills that once produced fruitfully were now closed or closing. Unemployment was sky high, along with alcoholism and drug abuse. As you read this book you will be able to see what makes a delinquent with the nickname of Ronster the Monster.
Women and Gender Equality <BR>By: Adolphus Chinedu Amadi-Azuogu
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ISBN: 978-1-59824-467-0
Edition: Paperback, 236 Pages
Publication Date: April 20, 2007
The Attitude of the Apostle Paul and the Church Today

This book is written by a New Testament scholar. It deals with the problem of gender and equality in the church. It addresses the one-sidedness in the church that creates male privileges to the disadvantage of women. This situation creates a state of inequality in the Household of God. As a result, in some churches, there is a male reserved sacrament. Consequently, women are denied the right of ordination. Alternatively, they are not appointed to senior ministry positions. The reason for this is because they are women. The author calls it gender profiling. This unfair practice presents God in bad light because it makes him a gender-obsessed deity. Hence, God is made to take sides in our gender struggle. He is made to be the patron of men. Conversely, he is presented as an anti feminist deity, who looks down on women with disdain. Accordingly, God is falsely made to be the author of gender inequality, which He is not. Against this background, the author shows that every Christian is equal. The “no male, no female” in Paul is used to underline this. In other words, gender inequality is a man-made problem. It is not divinely ordained. This means that the churches can change it, if and when they want. The only hindrance the author foresees is power intoxication by a male clergy unwilling to share authority with women in the church. In a church where men are almost becoming an endangered specie the fear of an unpredictable power contest with women becomes a sufficient discouragement from allowing them to participate fully in the ministry of the church. As long as women are kept out, there is less competition and job security for men is assured. However, the facts presented in this book show several instances from Paul, which establish the equality of the genders. In view of this, the author advocates for a Christianity of equals, where gender discrimination will be relic of a bye gone age. As a result, the author proposes a non-discriminatory model of ecclesiology for the whole of Christendom. His final prayer is for a Christianity in which the equality of man and woman will be meticulously, religiously and conscientiously upheld. The good outcome of this will be the suspension of patriarchal privileges and the establishment of a level playing ground for all Christians.

This is an interesting book for all those who believe in divine justice, fairness and equity.
I've Been There Too <BR>From Me to You <BR>By: Regina A. Dilbert
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ISBN: 978-1-59824-437-3
Edition: Paperback, 56 Pages
Publication Date: February 14, 2007
This book of poems also contains short stories of events that happened in my life. I realized that everyone goes through or have gone through similar events in life. It wasn’t until I became a social person that I realized that I’m not alone with the feelings I have, the thoughts in my mind, and the circumstances that I acquire in life. I wanted to write something that everyone would be able to relate to.