Saturday, March 23, 2013


When I picked up the book Intentional Parenting, it was for a two fold purpose.   To learn, and to be affirmed.   As I read and absorbed and pondered, I did learn, and I was affirmed.   Parenting isn't just about the children, but about the parents too.  Three writers coming together, bringing with them their honesty, their invaluable experience as counselors, social workers and executive directors, and leaving the reader with 12 powerful attributes that go hand in hand with what it means to be intentional as parents and yes, as individuals.   Have you ever stopped to consider what parenting would do to you, in you and through you?
Homes and families don't just happen!  We must be INTENTIONAL!   To continue learning through all the stages of parenting, and even finding affirmation in the stages you've already walked through,  pick up your copy today.....and then pass it on to a friend (parent).  

Saturday, February 9, 2013


The writings of Max Lucado, in his book, NEXT DOOR SAVIOR: Near Enough to Touch, Strong Enough to Trust,  are a combination of anecdotes and  true stories, both personal and scriptural, that bring to us "real life" and "relevant"  reminders of God's amazing nearness.   Chapter by chapter you will receive exhortation and blessing.  There is NO person He won't touch.  There is NO place He won't go.

If you long to grasp, even a little, and on a personal level, what it means when Paul writes,  "He who is at the right hand of God, also intercedes for us" (Romans 8:34), this book is for you.

The conclusion leaves a powerful summary (and one of my favorite lines), "Yes, he is in heaven.  Yes, he rules the universe.   But, yes, he has walked your streets.   He's still the next door Savior".   Go ahead, read it, touch him, trust him.


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Monday, January 14, 2013

The Legend of the Monk and the Merchant

Set in Rome during the Renaissance, The Legend of the Monk and the Merchant is a compelling story of two friends.  Bonded together through their very different lives, their very different callings, and each leaving a very powerful legacy.   Not only is the reader left with a great and inspiring story, but also strong spiritual foundations and twelve keys to successful living.  
Whatever your mission in life, be it the ministry or the marketplace, this book will no doubt open your eyes and change the way you see opportunities of service and leadership all around you.    Also included in this book is a twelve week study guide suitable for individuals and small groups.