America’s #1 Adversary
and What We Must Do About It – Now
by John Poindexter, Robert McFarlane, Richard Levine
The coronavirus crisis is horrific, but we must imagine a world twenty years from now in which the People’s Republic of China’s GDP is 50 percent larger than America’s. What power would an unconstrained China wield? What force of arms would they muster? What can America and its allies do now to halt this menace? This book provides the answers. The PRC represents a multidimensional threat. The Communist Party of China believes its citizens are part of a collective that exists to serve the state. Free people are individuals as confirmed in our nation’s founding documents. America’s Judeo-Christian heritage verifies God’s relationship is with each person. This is our strength.
Things Atheists Say: That Simply Make No Sense
by Patrick Prill
There is a new breed of atheist in town. They’re intelligent, vocal, and sometimes very aggressive. They communicate with boldness and conviction, but are they correct? After all, many of the things they say simply make no sense. Patrick Prill examines the ideas of several modern atheists and a few atheists of the past: Stephen Hawking, Richard Dawkins, Victor Stenger, Paul Kurtz, Peter Singer, Alex Rosenberg, Christopher Hitchens, Sam Harris, Bertrand Russell, and Friedrich Nietzsche—to name a few. Many of them are well-known and highly regarded, but does everything they say really make sense? Is their case for atheism sound? This book addresses thirty-six of the most common things atheists say when they challenge people of faith. After examining what prominent atheists passionately proclaim, in light of evidence and reason, it seems the case for God’s existence emerges stronger than ever.
Answering Liberty’s Call: Anna Stone’s Daring Ride to Valley Forge
A novel by Tracy Lawson
In January 1778, Anna Stone is a twenty-nine-year-old healer, wife of a rebellious Baptist-preacher-turned-soldier, and mother of three. Her husband, Benjamin, writes from Valley Forge with worrisome tidings. Anna’s brothers, Henry and Jeremiah, who are in Benjamin’s unit, have contracted smallpox. Benjamin downplays the severity of their illness in his letter, which arouses Anna’s suspicions that he, too, is ill. Not content to remain at home in Virginia, Anna packs food and supplies, leaves her children with family, and strikes out alone on horseback for Pennsylvania. In her efforts to render the aid that will hold her family together, Anna is swept into a plot that could spell dire consequences for George Washington, the Continental Army, and the new nation’s quest for liberty.
The Battle: Tactics for Biblical Manhood Learned from the 7th Cavalry in Vietnam
by David Dusek
If you’ve seen the movie, We Were Soldiers, then you’re familiar with the story of the U.S. Army’s 1st Battalion/7th US Cavalry (Airmobile) and the Battle of the Ia Drang. Under the leadership of then-Lt. Colonel Hal Moore. Drastically outnumbered by the enemy, the men from “Garryowen” clawed their way to victory in the first major clash of the Vietnam War. Combining dialogue from the movie, personal interviews, and Biblical truth, The Manhood Battle will walk you through the techniques, tactics, and procedures of any successful campaign—including winning the battle as a father, husband, and man of God.
Rendezvous with God – Volume One: A Novel
by Bill Myers
A reclusive college professor’s life is turned upside down by his impulsive, runaway niece who decides she’s going to live with him. To make matters worse, he begins slipping back in time to watch various Gospel narratives unfold that include off-the-record discussions with Jesus Christ. Soon he realizes his conversations tie directly into the drama, pain, and bitter-sweet comedy of his own life.
A novel combining the best of The Shack, and Jesus Calling, with a touch of comedy pointing to our common misconceptions of God and Christ.
Sgt. York His Life, Legend, and Legacy: The Remarkable Story of Sergeant Alvin C. York
by John Perry
As singular as Corporal York’s heroism and resourcefulness on the battlefield were, they were all the more remarkable in light of his former opposition to war on religious grounds. His was the unshakable conviction and resolve of a convert, having traded, on his knees, a wild, remorseless life for one of sincere Christian piety in the peaceful stillness of a New Year’s dawn nearly four years before. And yet, he was persuaded that spiritual victories must sometimes be gained through wars of the flesh.
Trade paper-9781735856322, 480 pages, $18.00 9781735856339 eBook, $9.99
by Jim DeMint
Satan’s Dare uses a fictional platform to address the contradictions between apparent scientific realities and Biblical truth.
Jacketed hardcover-9781735856308, 400 pages, $12.99 9781735428598 eBook, $12.99