Can the Sad Come Out?

Children have many questions when they lose friends, family members, and even pets. Why do living things have to die? What happens to our bodies when we die? How do we get to heaven when we die? Will I ever...

Strength from the Psalms

The ancient and inspired songs from the Old Testament express themes of confession, redemption, and praise. Strength from the Psalms provides evidence that these writings provide guidelines for today's modern...

My Heart Will Go On

A message of hope for anyone who has loved deeply, or longs to . . . From the moment of their first dance, Charles and Gloria knew there was something special between them. Their friendship grew into a...

The First Four Days

Have you ever wondered what part (if any) science plays in the Genesis creation story? If so, The First Four Days was written for you. Physicist Delmar Dobberpuhl masterfully explains the scientific side of...

Forgiving the Catholic Church

Bill Christman had always been an affectionate and confident child, but when he entered first grade he began to be plagued with anxieties and fears. From the moment he awoke, his mind was filled with a single...

A Rose Among the Ashes

Is nature's garden the only place to gather roses? Not if you know where to look! A Rose Among the Ashes takes you on an enlightening journey toward understanding how "ashes" represent life's trials-where...

Get Thine House in Order

"So . . . who does the dishes?" Sound familiar? Today's families are caught in the undertow of a rapidly changing world and struggling to stay a_ oat. Traditional roles are changing, and uncertainty and lack...

Life Lessons for Caregivers

"Larry! Don't poke the baby with your cane." "I'm not poking her. I'm just playing with her." "You could hurt her. Now stop." Larry taps Cami on the head with his cane. I reach around him and grab it. He pulls...