Maitreya . . . think Hunger Games & Twilight meet the Bible & Left Behind. Did you read the Hunger Games or Twilight books? Did you read any of the Left Behind series? Maitreya was written... More > for anyone with the courage to fight, like Katniss Everdeen, for an Authentic Faith for Our Time. Are you seeking spiritual Truth?
Maitreya is the fictional sequel to the Bible and will challenge you to rebuild the foundation of your Faith and introduce you to concepts that will lead us into the coming Kingdom Age. Maitreya will take you on a journey from the desperate depths of spiritual Armageddon, to the soaring heights of knowing God is real and has an eternal plan for your life. Along the way you'll find yourself searching for the Light to establish and grow a working, enlightened faith in a world desperately in need of coming together to honor a universal God.< Less
David Biegemann is the proprietor of Pop More Corks, a wine & cheese concession nestled on the northeast side in the downtown area of the popular resort town, Lake Geneva, Wisconsin.
He... More > learned his trade during a distinguished career as a restauranteur & wine salesman. His extensive knowledge is not, however, what makes shopping for just that right bottle of wine such an engaging experience at Pop More Corks.
Some difficult life lessons have aged David’s soul, like a fine cured wine. Somehow, initial discussions centering on spirits often seem to drift into other areas along with the bouquet of a Merlot or Bordeaux being sampled by customers.
On the pages of Pop More Corks you’ll be able to walk a while in David’s shoes and experience the enchantment when opened wine spills over into an open soul refreshing both palate and spirit.< Less
Institutional Racism and the Catholic Church will challenge the stereotypical labels attached to Americans of African descent. Institutional Racism and the Catholic Church is a memoir, also... More > reflective of the personal experiences of countless Americans of African descent who suffered under the regressive grip of institutional racism perpetuated by a Christian organization that supposedly was dedicated to justice and equality.
Many Americans of African descent succeeded in spite of the racism encountered throughout society, their communities, and which was unfortunately also entrenched within the walls of the institutional Catholic Church. Institutional Racism and the Catholic Church will attempt to shine light on the issue, suggest a model for reform, and open up a discussion long buried by Catholic evangelism policies which were not inclusive, as well as look at current segregated parish formation practices.< Less
As our population in America ages there is more and more demand for qualified caregivers to help provide the basic support that an elderly person needs when their own powers of personal management... More > begin to fail. Often such caregivers are children, relatives, or other friends of the person in need. When that is the case, it is critical that the caregiver not lose sight of their personal limits and crossover into the dangerous area of sacrificing themselves for the sake of another. Noble as that may sound, it is a recipe for disaster, not only for the caregiver and the people who depend on them, but for the elderly person in need as well. The Red Shoes is based on the true story of one caregiver who was both privileged and challenged to be to provide support for an elderly widow, living alone, during the last year of her life.< Less