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By Paul Ohana and David Arnow
In this age of unprecedented change, we yearn for enduring wisdom to help us succeed in this topsy-turvy world. We seek inspiring role models, a sense of purpose, and connection to a deep source of meaning in life. We search for reliable sources of guidance as we navigate a daily array of daunting, seemingly impossible situations. In Leadership in the Bible, authors Paul Ohana and David Arnow will help you make wiser decisions at work and at home.

Based on current thinking and research from the fields of management and psychology, Leadership in the Bible provides guidance about the most effective ways of responding to forty challenging situations you encounter every day. This guidance is grounded in the wisdom of three key figures in Hebrew Scripture—Abraham, Joseph, and Moses. It explores how they coped with similar challenges, and it provides recommendations about how to respond to these situations at work or at home. Each chapter ends with an essential lesson, a lesson that was true thousands of years ago and remains so today.

Leadership in the Bible is the product of a journey taken through the Bible by a management consultant and a psychologist. The authors merge their two perspectives to create a unique way of thinking about familiar ancient stories and how they relate to the difficult questions you encounter in life today.

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By Paul Ohana and David Arnow
In this age of unprecedented change, we yearn for enduring wisdom to help us succeed in this topsy-turvy world. We seek inspiring role models, a sense of purpose, and connection to a deep source of meaning in life. We search for reliable sources of guidance as we navigate a daily array of daunting, seemingly impossible situations. In Leadership in the Bible, authors Paul Ohana and David Arnow will help you make wiser decisions at work and at home.

Based on current thinking and research from the fields of management and psychology, Leadership in the Bible provides guidance about the most effective ways of responding to forty challenging situations you encounter every day. This guidance is grounded in the wisdom of three key figures in Hebrew Scripture—Abraham, Joseph, and Moses. It explores how they coped with similar challenges, and it provides recommendations about how to respond to these situations at work or at home. Each chapter ends with an essential lesson, a lesson that was true thousands of years ago and remains so today.

Leadership in the Bible is the product of a journey taken through the Bible by a management consultant and a psychologist. The authors merge their two perspectives to create a unique way of thinking about familiar ancient stories and how they relate to the difficult questions you encounter in life today.

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By Tom Byckowski

Seventeen year old Noah Brookton simply wants a normal life. Although, it seems as he is destined to a life of unrequitedness. While living in a foster home with his brother, Benjamin, Noah derives strength by touching the pendant around his neck. After a violent household encounter, Noah suddenly finds himself in a strange house with no memory of the past week. What Noah does not know is that he is now in the magical land of Oura, a place where the mind flourishes and his destiny may have already been decided.

Decisions and darkness lie around every corner after Noah is told by his housemates, Novella and Illacia, that they have been awaiting his presence. Chosen as a Mindwalker; Noah must defeat King Hythis as they navigate towards Lyria – a secret place hidden from the king in hope of a rebellion.

In this exciting science fiction fantasy, a teenager must learn to trust his inner strength and given powers while attempting to save a magical land from a dark future. There comes a time in every person’s life where the person they once were, collides with the person they are going to become.


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By Dale Rominger
Drake Ramsey is a Californian news reporter who wants to write the great American science fiction novel. Dumped by his girlfriend, Drake finds himself with nothing to lose, and he searches online for a secluded place to work. Alone in a dreary English coastal town, consumed by boredom and loneliness, he is lured up the road to the Skinburness Hotel, where he finds inspiration in a beer and the atmosphere. Drake senses this is the place to harness his creative genius, without any idea of what awaits him in the near future. After a few visits, Drake is befriended by the hotel manager—just as a staff member is found mysteriously dead. Drake, ever the streetwise reporter, senses a story and begins to investigate. The last person to have seen the dead man alive is Zuri Manyika, a stunningly beautiful hotel guest. Now Drake must determine whether Zuri was involved, all the while wrestling with his undeniable attraction to her. Unfortunately, this is not the first death in the hotel—nor will it be the last—unless Drake finds a way to stop a killer on a quest for revenge. In this eerie tale, an American news reporter suddenly immersed in a suspicious death investigation in a remote corner of England is about to discover that every mystery comes with an unexpected twist.
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By Dale Rominger
Drake Ramsey is a Californian news reporter who wants to write the great American science fiction novel. Dumped by his girlfriend, Drake finds himself with nothing to lose, and he searches online for a secluded place to work. Alone in a dreary English coastal town, consumed by boredom and loneliness, he is lured up the road to the Skinburness Hotel, where he finds inspiration in a beer and the atmosphere. Drake senses this is the place to harness his creative genius, without any idea of what awaits him in the near future. After a few visits, Drake is befriended by the hotel manager—just as a staff member is found mysteriously dead. Drake, ever the streetwise reporter, senses a story and begins to investigate. The last person to have seen the dead man alive is Zuri Manyika, a stunningly beautiful hotel guest. Now Drake must determine whether Zuri was involved, all the while wrestling with his undeniable attraction to her. Unfortunately, this is not the first death in the hotel—nor will it be the last—unless Drake finds a way to stop a killer on a quest for revenge. In this eerie tale, an American news reporter suddenly immersed in a suspicious death investigation in a remote corner of England is about to discover that every mystery comes with an unexpected twist.
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By Tom Byckowski

Seventeen year old Noah Brookton simply wants a normal life. Although, it seems as he is destined to a life of unrequitedness. While living in a foster home with his brother, Benjamin, Noah derives strength by touching the pendant around his neck. After a violent household encounter, Noah suddenly finds himself in a strange house with no memory of the past week. What Noah does not know is that he is now in the magical land of Oura, a place where the mind flourishes and his destiny may have already been decided.

Decisions and darkness lie around every corner after Noah is told by his housemates, Novella and Illacia, that they have been awaiting his presence. Chosen as a Mindwalker; Noah must defeat King Hythis as they navigate towards Lyria – a secret place hidden from the king in hope of a rebellion.

In this exciting science fiction fantasy, a teenager must learn to trust his inner strength and given powers while attempting to save a magical land from a dark future. There comes a time in every person’s life where the person they once were, collides with the person they are going to become.


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By Harold Fryday

Visions of God: A New Look at the Nature of God as Seen by Major Biblical Persons examines again the biblical accounts of the encounters with God of key figures and traces the development of views from the earliest, of a God who meets men face to face and walks and talks with them, to the preaching of Jesus about a God of enduring love and forgiveness freely given, and the insights of his followers that God is light and God is love. Harold Fryday, drawing upon a background in both theology and law, investigates the biblical record and assembles evidence of how contemporary people, of any religion or no religion, should best view reality and the most effective principles of living in this world of oppression, violence, and conflict. Visions of God uncovers the insight that God is vision.

Visions of God looks at the record of biblical persons in the Old and New Testaments. The presentation of these in sequence allows the reader to follow the development of the themes of freedom, righteousness, justice, forgiveness, and peace. Visions of God applies these insights to the contemporary problems of crime, war, and the disenchantment with religion. Two appendices expand on how to read biblical texts and how to apply biblical principles to modern life. An extensive bibliography is provided for pursuing the book’s themes.

If you are distressed by a world of conflict and confusion Visions of God will inspire a vision of truth and love. It calls for a commitment to all that these words include: freedom, justice, compassion, forgiveness, and peace.


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By Janet C. Goldman
Salaam/Shalom is the true story of a Jewish woman’s experiences as a teacher in an Islamic school as she embraces a beautiful awakening and learns to focus on likenesses rather than differences. Janet Goldman relies on extensive research and her own personal experiences during her two years of teaching at the Islamic school to offer a compelling glimpse into the many similarities between Islam and Judaism. Through comparing religious and cultural practices, ranging from prayer traditions to food, Goldman hopes to help bridge religious barriers and encourage a peaceful world. “In this book, the lucid descriptions of both Jewish and Muslim traditions and our respective communities will help bring about understanding and hopefully, more peace through knowledge.” Rabbi Alan Katz, Temple Sinai, Rochester, NY “Janet’s book is not only a self-reflection but also for many, a raising of the curtain.” Yasmin Kabir, Principal, Westfall Academy
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By Helene Louard

Seventeen-year-old Alexa enters a strange tunnel on a nameless road; and her life changes forever. She is sent to the future, where the earth is ravaged by mutated animals and ruled by the Others: monsters that were once human. Before a mutated dog tears her to shreds, she is rescued and taken to Shelter, where the few human survivors remain.

There, she meets two warrior brothers, Micah and Tane. Micah is warm-hearted and flirtatious, while his brother is mysterious and guarded. Despite her better judgment, Alexa is drawn to the dangerous Tane, but she has bigger problems than unrequited emotion.

Soon, she questions how she ended up in the future. Why did the tunnel choose her, and why are the people of Shelter so welcoming? Tane is entrusted with her protection, but even more questions arise as Alexa begins to suspect the Others are out to get her. Alexa could hold the power to save the human race, but first, she must make a devastating choice that will alter the fate of the world.


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By Heather Scavetta
There’s an old folk tale about a young mother who lost her child and is inconsolable. The wise man of the village tells her to go from house to house to find what everyone shares—and what everyone shares—is loss. It’s the universal experience.
Although we all will grieve the loss of our loved ones, we can learn how to reconnect with them. Through prayer and meditation, we can shift our awareness from the physical to the non-physical. We can witness firsthand that death is but an illusion. We can heal. We can find joy again. Author Heather Scavetta discovered that reality when she began developing her clairvoyant abilities after the death of her daughter, Elizabeth, in 2004.
In The Power of Love, Scavetta shares her personal journey of receiving visions and afterlife communication from her daughter, loved ones, and spirit guides who encourage her to persevere through her grief. Having no previous ability, Scavetta shows that opening up spiritual gifts is accessible to everyone. Through personal examples, she shares how to open your own psychic and mediumistic abilities, and she discusses the many ways spirit can reach us.
A story of celebration about the amazing and wonderful experiences that occurred since Elizabeth’s transition, The Power of Love narrates one family’s story of how they opened their spiritual gifts to see, hear, and feel—and to know beyond any doubt—their daughter never left their side.

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By Harold Fryday

Visions of God: A New Look at the Nature of God as Seen by Major Biblical Persons examines again the biblical accounts of the encounters with God of key figures and traces the development of views from the earliest, of a God who meets men face to face and walks and talks with them, to the preaching of Jesus about a God of enduring love and forgiveness freely given, and the insights of his followers that God is light and God is love. Harold Fryday, drawing upon a background in both theology and law, investigates the biblical record and assembles evidence of how contemporary people, of any religion or no religion, should best view reality and the most effective principles of living in this world of oppression, violence, and conflict. Visions of God uncovers the insight that God is vision.

Visions of God looks at the record of biblical persons in the Old and New Testaments. The presentation of these in sequence allows the reader to follow the development of the themes of freedom, righteousness, justice, forgiveness, and peace. Visions of God applies these insights to the contemporary problems of crime, war, and the disenchantment with religion. Two appendices expand on how to read biblical texts and how to apply biblical principles to modern life. An extensive bibliography is provided for pursuing the book’s themes.

If you are distressed by a world of conflict and confusion Visions of God will inspire a vision of truth and love. It calls for a commitment to all that these words include: freedom, justice, compassion, forgiveness, and peace.


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By Harold Fryday

Visions of God: A New Look at the Nature of God as Seen by Major Biblical Persons examines again the biblical accounts of the encounters with God of key figures and traces the development of views from the earliest, of a God who meets men face to face and walks and talks with them, to the preaching of Jesus about a God of enduring love and forgiveness freely given, and the insights of his followers that God is light and God is love. Harold Fryday, drawing upon a background in both theology and law, investigates the biblical record and assembles evidence of how contemporary people, of any religion or no religion, should best view reality and the most effective principles of living in this world of oppression, violence, and conflict. Visions of God uncovers the insight that God is vision.

Visions of God looks at the record of biblical persons in the Old and New Testaments. The presentation of these in sequence allows the reader to follow the development of the themes of freedom, righteousness, justice, forgiveness, and peace. Visions of God applies these insights to the contemporary problems of crime, war, and the disenchantment with religion. Two appendices expand on how to read biblical texts and how to apply biblical principles to modern life. An extensive bibliography is provided for pursuing the book’s themes.

If you are distressed by a world of conflict and confusion Visions of God will inspire a vision of truth and love. It calls for a commitment to all that these words include: freedom, justice, compassion, forgiveness, and peace.


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By Helene Louard

Seventeen-year-old Alexa enters a strange tunnel on a nameless road; and her life changes forever. She is sent to the future, where the earth is ravaged by mutated animals and ruled by the Others: monsters that were once human. Before a mutated dog tears her to shreds, she is rescued and taken to Shelter, where the few human survivors remain.

There, she meets two warrior brothers, Micah and Tane. Micah is warm-hearted and flirtatious, while his brother is mysterious and guarded. Despite her better judgment, Alexa is drawn to the dangerous Tane, but she has bigger problems than unrequited emotion.

Soon, she questions how she ended up in the future. Why did the tunnel choose her, and why are the people of Shelter so welcoming? Tane is entrusted with her protection, but even more questions arise as Alexa begins to suspect the Others are out to get her. Alexa could hold the power to save the human race, but first, she must make a devastating choice that will alter the fate of the world.


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By Michael Derechin, MD

It is 1973, and Willie Mays “Bernie” Bernstein is a disillusioned doctor. As the Vietnam War rages thousands of miles away, Bernstein fights a battle inside his own mind. Despite Nixon’s announcement that there will be a cure for cancer in the next decade, Bernstein feels powerless against the horrific disease and its effects. Worse yet, he lost his ability to be compassionate toward his patients. When he receives a desperate call from the one nurse who has acted as his guardian angel to care for her eleven-year-old granddaughter as his next cancer patient, Bernstein reluctantly agrees to break his “no children” policy and see her. Little does he know that Anna Bing is about to take hold of his heart and not let go.

After Bernstein diagnoses Anna with Hodgkin’s disease and lines up a course of treatments at a major medical center, he soon realizes that he feels an unexplainable bond with the girl. Despite her initially good prognosis, however, Anna’s treatments fail; she is eventually sent back to Bernstein’s hospital for terminal care. Along with her mother and grandmother, Bernstein continues a valiant fight for her life that tests him not only as a doctor, but also as a man.

Anna
is the poignant tale of a doctor and his struggle to regain his humanity as he attempts to save a girl from the ravages of cancer.


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By Heather Scavetta
There’s an old folk tale about a young mother who lost her child and is inconsolable. The wise man of the village tells her to go from house to house to find what everyone shares—and what everyone shares—is loss. It’s the universal experience.
Although we all will grieve the loss of our loved ones, we can learn how to reconnect with them. Through prayer and meditation, we can shift our awareness from the physical to the non-physical. We can witness firsthand that death is but an illusion. We can heal. We can find joy again. Author Heather Scavetta discovered that reality when she began developing her clairvoyant abilities after the death of her daughter, Elizabeth, in 2004.
In The Power of Love, Scavetta shares her personal journey of receiving visions and afterlife communication from her daughter, loved ones, and spirit guides who encourage her to persevere through her grief. Having no previous ability, Scavetta shows that opening up spiritual gifts is accessible to everyone. Through personal examples, she shares how to open your own psychic and mediumistic abilities, and she discusses the many ways spirit can reach us.
A story of celebration about the amazing and wonderful experiences that occurred since Elizabeth’s transition, The Power of Love narrates one family’s story of how they opened their spiritual gifts to see, hear, and feel—and to know beyond any doubt—their daughter never left their side.

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