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Freedom To Surrender

Author: Rhonda Kulczyk
Publisher: Tate Publishing
ISBN: 1617395668
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Savannah could feel Matthew's eyes on her throughout the evening, and it unnerved her. She would be lying if said she found the man unattractive. She was drawn to him, and she chided herself for it. Matthew Lakely was a minister. She had no intention of marrying a minister. She had no intention of marrying at all... Twenty-two-year-old Savannah O'Connell, Sheridan, Oregon's, schoolteacher, is an independent, determined young lady who has never liked to be told what to do. Having recently moved out of her parents' home and into the little schoolhouse, Savannah believes life is just the way she wants it...that is, until the handsome young minister moves into the parish next door. When an innocent situation involving Savannah and Matthew turns into the town scandal overnight, Sheridan's fine teacher and respectable preacher are faced with only two solutions: resign or marry. They both know marriage would be difficult, to say the least, with Savannah's stubbornness facing Matthew's unceasing patience, but resignation from the positions they love and hold dear would be more than they could bear. Could everything Savannah never knew she wanted actually be standing right outside her door? Perhaps in the end, Savannah only needs the Freedom to Surrender.


Author: Steven Isom
Publisher: Tate Publishing
ISBN: 161777393X
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Dave Dalton is determined to undo the socialistic agenda of the Obama administration. As head of the Republican Party, his number one 'undo' goal is the newly passed health care bill. When the predicted rationing starts to take effect, Dave knows he can no longer just sit back and accept the direction in which America is headed. With his own life in jeopardy due to a medical condition, Dave has to fight back, or else. He is determined to do a lot more than just fight. Eventually, he embarks on a mission to lead the GOP back into the majority position in Congress and the White House, as Undo becomes a nationwide campaign battle cry. UNDO is filled with analysis and criticism of the current social, economic, and political issues of our time, and how important it has become to 'get it right' in the voting booth. Americans do not want to surrender the personal freedoms they still have. UNDO provides a game plan that supports putting this great country back on a road that guarantees those freedoms continue. If you are a Baby Boomer, with an allegiance to the GOP or the Tea Party, then this book is your blueprint to unity and the defeat of socialism in this country.

Freedom S Journey

Author: Krystal Kroh
Publisher: Tate Publishing
ISBN: 161739940X
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It seemed every time I tried to sit down and read the Bible I couldn't do it because it was so dry and boring. I knew I was supposed to read it, but every time I would practically fall asleep. Little did I know the beautiful treasures in the Bible would someday bring me into a world of trust, faith, and joy that I had never known possible. In the aftermath of rape, betrayal, and bullying, Krystal Kroh longed to have someone save her. A string of broken relationships did nothing to alleviate her constant anxiety and panic attacks. It was not until she gave her life over to God that she was able to let go of her past and find hope for her future. Her relationship with God gave her a sense of freedom and security that paved the way for healing in her other relationships as well. In this inspiring memoir, Krystal shows how she was delivered and led through Freedom's Journey.

Freedom Trials

Author: Meredith Tate
Publisher: Page Street Publishing
ISBN: 1624146007
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Evelyn Summers is imprisoned for a crime that was wiped from her memory. In order for Evelyn to be released, she—along with other “reformed” prisoners—must pass seven mental, physical, and virtual challenges known as the Freedom Trials. One mistake means execution and, with her history of being a snitch, her fellow inmates will do everything they can to get revenge. When new prisoner Alex Martinez arrives, armed with secrets about Evelyn’s missing memories, she must make a choice. She can follow the rules to win and walk free, or covertly uncover details of the crime that sent her there. But competing in the trials and dredging up her erased past may cost Evelyn the one thing more valuable than freedom: her life.

Survival Of The American People

Author: Julius Sentongo
Publisher: Tate Publishing
ISBN: 1617776114
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Comparing the America's forefathers and the present inhabitants in America (the American People) who truly have loved God and Why? Can this be true that the American people today have a freedom different from the freedom God gave to the forefathers? Who could be responsible for all the troubles the country is going through and how can these troubles end? Do American people have a future and what considerations can determine whether they have or not? Author Julius Sentongo shows that actually God is waiting for the American People to invite him back to their hearts and into the public places so he can help. After reading the 'Survival of the American People' you'll see that saving America is so urgent and will depend on what is done by yourself today.

The Shame Vault

Author: Donna L. Frank
Publisher: Tate Publishing
ISBN: 1617390844
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Shame is tough. It's slippery, painful, and chaotic. And it lies. It tells us lies about ourselves, about other people, and about what other people think about us. The lies are so loud and so constant that it can feel like insanity. Donna Frank offers hope for people that are held captive in the shadows of shame and emotional trauma. Her compelling story will inspire readers to face their own pasts. Thought-provoking questions and creative exercises guide readers and equip them for a life of freedom. Whether you're dealing with anger, relationship issues, or an overwhelming urge to give up on life, Donna provides the keys to escape from The Shame Vault. 'I would recommend this book for anyone who wants more freedom. Whether you're facing relationship issues, addictions, or childhood abuse, this book is for you. The Shame Vault is a must-read for those who are tired of letting the things from the past affect their lives today.'. Pastor Willie Alfonso Chaplain for New York Yankees and New Jersey Jets Director of Urban Impact 'Donna Frank is an amazing woman with a tremendous platform. Through her personal struggle and pain, she has experienced the magnificent grace and healing of God. Now, God is using her story to inspire others in need.' Mike Haman Teaching Pastor, Healing Place Church

A Spiritual Journey

Author: Roy J. Greenberg
Publisher: Tate Publishing
ISBN: 1616633549
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What if God was as real as anything else that you could see, feel, or touch? What if you could feel safe and protected, even when your life is in turmoil? What if you could let go of the religious notions that have become your god in favor of the real thing? Do you want to move closer to God? Join author Roy Greenberg on A Spiritual Journey and accept the challenge to question the many worldly concepts that have become the standardized beliefs, which give us an excuse—however incorrect—to keep a safe distance from God. Using his counseling background, Roy takes readers on a gentle passage of revelation, ever mindful of fears and reluctance that come from questioning one's beliefs. Do you desire to grow spiritually? The path to Jesus is hard; but those who take the right road and are willing to question their beliefs will have their eyes opened and acquire the sweetness of life. Lies will never provide even a glimpse of truth, but the truth within these pages will reveal the lies Satan's perpetuated by the knowledge of good and evil ever since the garden of Eden. Whether you're a seasoned journeyman, a new traveler, or a wanderer, A Spiritual Journey offers a map, not to the doctrines and routine of religion, but the freedom of spirituality.

Breathing On Purpose

Author: Jessica Zondervan
Publisher: Tate Publishing
ISBN: 1616633905
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I fell on my face and wept. I prayed for healing. I didn't want to dwell in my misery any longer. I wanted to breathe again, feel again, live life again. In Breathing on Purpose: A Memoir on Surviving the Death of a Loved One, Jessica Zondervan proves there's no stopping God when he's in the spirit of healing. Sharing her awe-inspiring story and the unique circumstances surrounding the back-to-back losses of her parents, she chronicles the miracles of God and his unforeseen guidance that carried her to a place of rest. Known for her gut-wrenching honesty and uninhibited personal experience, Jessica truthfully walks each reader through the dark days and never-ending nights of mourning, as she struggles to find herself on the other side of grief. Revealing her painful struggles with doubt and depression, and her uncounted battles with God, she details how she was able to overcome years of raw anguish, unsheltered grief, and resentment through the grace and healing power of God. Breathing On Purpose is an encouraging and inspirational read for anyone who has suffered the loss of a loved one.

Desperately Deep

Author: Lana Vawser
Publisher: Tate Publishing
ISBN: 1607994046
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Do you feel there is much more to your Christian walk that is not being satisfied by Sunday church alone? Do you want to know how to hear his voice? Jesus wants to draw near to you much more than you could ever imagine and reveal his love to you on a deeper level. "Desperately Deep" brings a fresh new revelation of the heart of God for you in this concise and practical handbook, written as a guide to developing deeper relationship with Jesus. Lay aside the distractions that can shift your focus, while developing open lines of communication to hear His voice in your own life. "Desperately Deep" will challenge, uplift and encourage you as you seek to develop your friendship with him.

You Light Up Our Country

Author: Bob Herrin
Publisher: Tate Publishing
ISBN: 1616631260
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Dr. Bob Herrin grew up on a dairy farm in Oklahoma. He was taught respect and love for others. He was energetic, enjoyed working on the farm and helping his mother. He was strong and quick and had unusual acuteness of vision and hearing. Dr. Herrin worked his way through high school, college, and medical school. He worked forty hours per week, graduated in four years and entered Medical School in Oklahoma with the highest grade point average in his class. He became a general surgeon and entered practice in Marshall, Texas in 1965. He worked a huge number of hours and took emergency call for thirty-five years. He was dedicated to his patients, family and friends. In You Light Up Our Country, Dr. Herrin presents his opinions—formed during his many years as a surgeon —on all the things he believes are affecting our country today, including collected articles from newspapers, magazines and TV, which he uses to validate his opinions and facts. He has great concern about changes in the legal system and government that he believes are injuring the people and nation. He believes his major duty as a citizen is to provide little-known truth and information that is essential to saving our country.