New Releases &
Deaths, Job Loss, Anxiety, and Stress…
If ever there was a need for a superhero,
now is the time!
We like to share a few with you:
We Almost Made It
We Almost Made It is an account of two young Black men growing up in the slums of Baltimore City, Maryland, and how they survived poverty, violence, and adversity through the art of karate. Author Sylvester Cash portrays his decades-long friendship with Leroy “Superfeet” Taylor, whom he met at a local recreation center.
Readers will learn:
- The Art of Karate.
- How defeat, failure, divorce, and near-death experiences can not destroy the bonds of friendship and connection.
- How to say to the world “We Almost Made It!”
This is the story of how two men born in adversity managed to fight their way to success and become leaders that today shape the next generation globally. They almost made it.
Love On Me
Picking up the broken pieces to heal and become renewed
Are you ashamed of being divorced or having another failed relationship?
Do you wonder what family and friends will have to say?
Have you faced challenges and traumas and have no clue how to overcome them?
Author Sheldine Gordon and her co-authors share how, through the love of God and rediscovering herself, she was able to overcome past hurts, broken relationships, and traumas while finding joy and happiness in her brokenness.
Love On Me is an inspiring book that shows you the steps of healing, overcoming, and finding newness as you reemerge into the greatness that you were designed for.
You can find the love you are looking for and desire, but only after you learn how to Love On Me.
When There is H.O.P.E Book & Devotional
We all need Hope because life can be hard. Sometimes, we have to endure a bad day. Other times, we face heartache. No amount of tears can bring it to an end. Most of us face difficult times more often than we would like. Yet, as difficult as life can be, Hope guides us and gets us through the storms of life. Take away Hope and even the small things crush us. This book was written as a testament/testimony to show that the same events/experiences we have right now are similar to those in the Word of God.
The Day I Found Out Who I Was
There are some secrets, some experiences, in life that we vow to take to the grave.
But what happens when the tables turn and the secrets you don’t know are revealed and turn your world upside down?
What would happen…:
- If you found out you are not who you think you are?
- If the life you’ve lived and the secrets you tried to hide are no match for the truth that comes to light?
- If everything you know about your family-from who your parents are to your siblings and children-was not true?
What would you do? Find out in The Day I Found Out Who I Was.