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.
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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.
by Jim DeMint
The Bible is often presented as an antiquated document filled with mysterious prophesies, unbelievable fables, and arbitrary decisions by a God whose actions range from anger and vengeance to love and forgiveness. The Bible’s creation story appears to be at complete odds with more credible scientific explanations of the origins and evolution of life. And believers in Biblical truth are further challenged by haunting questions about why a good God would create a world so full of evil, pain, suffering and death. Satan’s Dare takes these issues and questions head on. DeMint uses a fictional platform to address the contradictions between apparent scientific realities and Biblical truth.
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.
Iron-Sharpened Leadership: Transforming Hard Fought Leadership Lessons into Action
by John L. Gronski
Iron-Sharpened Leadership is a leadership book the reader will find valuable and inspiring. This leadership book is based on operational experience and is peppered with inspirational stories along with actions one can take to become a more effective leader.
We Didn’t Fight for Socialism: America’s Veterans Speak Up
by Oliver L. North and David Goetsch
America is at a crossroads. One path leads to a revival of the Founder’s vision for our country, a vision, the other path leads to socialism. The first means freedom and prosperity, the other despotism and corruption. The veterans in this book and thousands of others we have talked to over the years make it clear they didn’t join the military to fight for socialism.
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eBook – 9781735856353, $9.99
Unshakable!: A 40-Day Guide to Overcoming Anxiety, Worry, and Emotional Distress
by Larry Dugger
During the Son of God’s last three hours on the cross, the sun stopped shining, and darkness covered the whole land. If Jesus, the Light of the world, experienced darkness and distress, it should come as no surprise to His followers when they, too, find themselves in uneasy situations. He came out on top and so can you!
The Apostate: My Search for Truth
by Dr. Mark Christian
This book takes you on Mark’s journey as he tries to prove to himself Islam is the true religion. It shows the horror he feels as he faces the truth. It finally takes you to his greatest discovery, Jesus is love, and Jesus is the God he was searching for his entire life. Having now lived and ministered in America for years, he also has a message for America about the dangers to which we are headed based on his intimate knowledge of life in a dictatorial country (Egypt) and what he sees here.
Walking Through the Fire: My Fight for the Heart and Soul
by Steve King
Just two weeks after winning reelection to my ninth term in Congress, I was stunned to learn the “Swamp” was poised to unleash a treacherous media blitzkrieg designed to kill my Congressional political career dead on the spot. This is the rest of the true story.
Tragic Consequences: The Price America is Paying for Rejecting God and How to Reclaim Our Culture for Christ
by Oliver L. North and David L. Goetsch
Tragic Consequences was written for Americans who are concerned about the cultural decline they see all around them, people who watch the nightly news and ask themselves, “What is happening to our country?” It seems we have become a nation of people who are offended by everything but sin. What is happening to our country is simple to explain but sad to observe; we are seeing what a culture of sin can do to a country. It is a culture of darkness and depravity, a culture lacking in moral restraint, and a culture where life has little value. When a nation rejects God and accepts sin, the lurid stories carried on nightly news programs are the inevitable result.
The Giant Awakes: A Jake Kruse Novel
by Oliver L. North and Bob Hamer
Following back-to-back, long-term undercover assignments in Indianapolis and Dallas, the latter resulting in four dead, FBI Special Agent Jake Kruse returns to Los Angeles to take on another undercover operation. Posing as an office supply salesman, Jake befriends a Chinese American business owner believed to be working for an intelligence officer operating out of the Chinese consulate in Los Angeles. Within weeks, the probe reveals a public corruption and human trafficking operation involving politicians and Hollywood executives. When a young girl is victimized by targets of the investigation, Jake must risk his life and his career to save her from sexual exploitation.
The Shadow of Death: From My Battles in Fallujah to the Battle
for My Soul
by Fernando Arroyo
When I returned home from my latest deployment in the U.S. Army, my life began to fall apart. One night, after heavy drinking, I placed my 1911 pistol in my mouth and thought a prayer-silence. I deactivated the safety and began to slowly squeeze the trigger. BANG! I dropped the pistol and I looked around me, but there was no blood. The bang I heard was the Bible on my desk falling and hitting the floor. I fell to my knees and asked God for forgiveness. I surrendered to Jesus Christ and asked Him to help me. He answered.
Making a Magnificent You: And the Role of Fruits and Vegetables
by Martin Katz, M.D.
Dr. Katz is determined to help change the current (un)healthy paradigm. Using colorful and fun art with interactive text, Making a Magnificent You helps parents teach their kids about the importance of eating fruits and vegetables that will make them as healthy, strong, and disease immune as they can be. Using a game with vowels and including playful information, the time parents spend with their children reading this book will be rich and helpful.
Eternal Justice: How God Intervenes for the Least of Us
by Philip Remington Dunn
“To be a Christian means to forgive the inexcusable, because God has forgiven the inexcusable in you.” C.S. Lewis once again enlightens us on the depth of God’s love, and how we must do the same, love the unlovable just as God loves us. The truest expression of that love is forgiveness. It is upon the altar of grace that all of us may be redeemed, and in my experience, the place where God is most likely to intervene in our lives. The stories in this book are part of God’s voluminous case files.
Heroic Faith: Hope Amid Global Persecution
by Lela Gilbert, Arielle Del Turco, & William “Jerry” Boykin
From Asia to Africa, from the Middle East to Europe and beyond, the global persecution of Christians becomes more ominous with every passing year. Heroic Faith takes a close look at the tragic circumstances Christians face due to dangerous and sometimes deadly opposition to their faith in Jesus Christ. The book’s true stories of courage, persistence and faithfulness offer inspiration and hope. Heroic Faith also provides insights into the ideologies that lie behind hostility and persecution, what steps the U.S. government might take to offer assistance, and how readers can best respond to the struggles of the faithful.
Temptation: Rendezvous with God-Volume 2
by Bill Myers
As Will Thomas continues his off-the-record visits with Jesus Christ, his best friend draws him onto the wrong side of a moral and political issue. Amidst drama, a touch of romance, and, oh yes, the birth of a baby, Will learns two powerful truths: His identity is not in his accomplishments nor is it in his popularity. Amidst victories and failures, tears and laughter, he learns his true identity is in being God’s “deeply loved son.” Join our reluctant hero as, with a touch of humor, he continues stumbling his way toward holiness while experiencing God’s love and intimate friendship.
America’s Endgame For the 21st Century: A Blueprint for Saving Our Country
by LTG Thomas McInerney, USAF (Ret.); MG Paul E. Vallely, US Army (Ret.); & David L. Goetsch
America’s long-standing principles and traditional values are under attack by leftist ideologues who reject them outright and are working hard to replace them. We are fast becoming a nation of socialists, secular humanists, atheists, agnostics, and anarchists who want to tear down every virtue enshrined by our Founding Fathers. They want to replace limited government and self-government with big government, an over-reaching monstrosity controlling every aspect of daily American life. America’s Endgame shows us how to counter every element of this domestic attack and return to our First Principles.
From Bluegrass to Blue Water: Lessons in Farm Philosophy and Navy Leadership
by John Palmer, Rear Admiral, U.S. Navy, Retired
The philosophy found in this work is the product of a childhood on a tobacco and cattle farm in central Kentucky, education at various schools and a three-decade career in the U.S. Navy while simultaneously contributing as a husband, father, and grandfather. This book will be separated into phases reflective of the major changes in my life: the farm, schooling, and a navy career. The lessons learned in earlier phases were often exported and applied later. The ever-increasing levels of responsibility served to teach new lessons. There are occasional farm yarns, school tales, and sea stories added to illustrate practical application of the farm philosophy, education, and navy leadership lessons I learned along the way.
Available September 14, 2022 – Pre-order on Amazon.com
Jacketed Hardcover – 9781956454154, $28.00 – eBook – 9781956454161, $12.99
Strong and Courageous: A Call to Biblical Manhood
by Lt.Gen. (Ret.) Jerry Boykin & Dr. Kenyn Cureton
Strong and Courageous is a sequel to Boykin’s book Man to Man, and the book explores further the five
principles of biblical manhood (Man as Provider, Instructor, Battle Buddy, Defender, and Chaplain). With
over thirty-six years’ experience in the Army, an original member of Delta Force, and the Commander of
Army Special Forces, General Boykin knows a great deal about manhood. Based on the biblical book of
Joshua, General Boykin’s favorite Bible character, the book counters the culture’s labeling of manhood and
masculinity as toxic and offers a way forward for men.
Available September 21, 2022 – Pre-Order on Amazon.com
Paperback – 9781736620687 $17.00 – eBook – 9781736620694, $9.99
A Bellwether Christmas: a Novel
by Laurel Guillen
In this warm, delightful tale from the perspective of a 13th century lamb, the story of the first creche
and the meaning of Christmas is told. This juvenile fiction can be enjoyed by children and adults alike.
Available September 28, 2022 – Pre-Order on Amazon.com
Hardcover – 9781956454086 $14.00 – eBook – 9781956454093, $9.99
BE BOLD: How a Marine Hero Broke the Glass Ceiling for Women at War
by Tom Sileo
Major Megan McClung is the first female United States Naval Academy graduate to be killed in action since the school’s 1845 founding and the highest-ranking female U.S. Marine Corps officer to die during the Iraq war. Be Bold is Megan’s inspirational story of defying steep odds, making the ultimate sacrifice and paving the way for a new era of women at war.