At 17, Danielle Marie Gould died in a tragic car accident. She was gone instantly, but when firefighters arrived on scene, they saw something written on Danielle's hand that would stop them in their tracks and start a chain reaction of faith and healing that no one could anticipate after such a tragic loss. Grief over the death of a loved one can be an almost unbearable experience, especially when it involves the loss of a child. In One Extraordinary Life, Pastor Mike Osthimer presents the lives of two young girls who died just two months apart, tragedies that tested the faith of the families involved and the church family, itself. Osthimer uses his own research on grief and his experiences counseling grief-stricken people to try to bring hope to what seems like a hopeless situation. In One Extraordinary Life, you will meet Danielle Gould and learn how she lived, who she loved, and discover the legacy she left for the world.
Sheriff Matthew Klein is dumbfounded, not even his past as a homicide detective had prepared him for this gruesome scene. This was more than a murder; what had happened was abominable. Hanging above a bed, in what appeared to be spider's silk, are the naked dead bodies of a husband and wife. The circumstances of their deaths are beyond belief. Their bodies hollow and sunken, it is almost as if something has sucked out their insides. This is not something that he felt could happen in Blackstone Pass. This is not a place where people are murdered. It is a world famous resort town located on the pristine Blackstone Lake, summertime home and playground to the rich and famous. But it is not summer right now -- it is the dead of winter.
This month, please enjoy Unholy Hunger, by Heather James, a local Bakersfield attorney and columnist for The Bakersfield Californian. I met Heather in 2008 when she wrote articles for The Northwest Voice. In Unholy Hunger, you meet Evelyn Barrett, who wants to die after her only child is murdered--but I'm not revealing the PLOT to you; readers learn of this catastrophe in the first few pages, and the drama and tension build from there!
Everybody is born to be a winner, but not everybody knows how. WINNER offers practical ideas and encouragement to everybody who is determined to develop a winning mindset, outlining winning moves for business and life. WINNER explores Lance Mackey's life and career and parallels these with stories of endurance and resolve from the business world. Lance developed qualities and habits inside his determination. This book will help you do the same. Move forward NOW to fulfill your greatest dreams.
A compilation of short stories about what life was like for a boy growing up in the Kentucky foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, in the years of the Great Depression—a time when the ugly face and the hopeless hands of poverty had a firm grip on most of the families in the region. Where illegal moonshine whiskey flowed as free as water. It’s been said that the place was so remote that only God and the Internal Revenue Service knew where it was located. These stories are true life experiences with some humor and words of wisdom thrown in for good measure.