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Chocolate Moon

by Linda Salisbury

To support their families, postwar Sicilian immigrants fish the coastal waters of San Diego, casting their purse seines to catch bluefin tuna. They work to blend into their American communities, while trying to preserve traditions from... Read More

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Triorities

by Linda Salisbury

The concept of “Triorities” is learning how to balance essential priorities: God, family, and work, and in that order. This triad can lead to developing a goal-oriented and joy-filled life at every level, and it is based on the... Read More

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Topics for Today's Living

by Linda Salisbury

Inspiration and evangelism often come from a pulpit, but they can also come from a believer’s heart. Beverly Tharpe, a born-again Christian, has written a topical, daily devotional guide based her own experiences and Bible verses. Each... Read More

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Knowing the Gospel

by Linda Salisbury

Those who have studied the Bible know the joys and challenges of understanding the teachings of Jesus and his Apostles. Through the years, writers and publishing houses have compiled topical Bibles, concordances, and Gospel parallels... Read More

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They Died in Vain

by Linda Salisbury

The horrors of the Nigerian Civil War in the late 1960s are dramatically retold in this personal account by Celestina Isichei-Isamah, who, as a college student, witnessed the brutal murder of family and countrymen. Her political... Read More

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Jimbo

by Linda Salisbury

The accident that causes “Jimbo” Ferris’ demise at the outset of R. C. Linder’s quirky novel sets in motion a series of events in the character’s life that reveals a web of deliberate lies, hidden longings/imaginings, and... Read More

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On God's Path

by Linda Salisbury

S. Craig George applies the knowledge he has gained from his education and employment in the fields of engineering, earth sciences, and theology to take a new look at the history of the Earth and humankind. The happy result is his first... Read More

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