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The Fifth Sun
by K S Miranda
|Toltec, the old Aztec Emperor, is devastated. He has lost his three sons in a horrific battle against their enemies. Without an heir, who will take over when the Emperor dies? Against all odds, the Sun God decrees that Toltec’s wife will bear a child who will become the most-revered emperor of the Aztec nation. But instead, the Empress gives birth to twin boys. One of them, according to the Aztec Book of Destinies, will become a courageous warrior; the second, born under an unfavorable sign, is banished and sent to be raised by witches. Yet, as their stories unfold, the reader soon discovers that things are not always as they seem.
by Keith Simpson
|Through a collection of short essays, American Essays will set you free. Progressives and liberals control our schools, universities, businesses, entertainment, news, and other institutions. Their control isn't absolute, but it is predominant, and that means our thinking and values are always being stimulated and exercised in liberal directions. That's where Keith Simpson comes in. His short and powerful essays go on offense. They challenge the liberal establishment. They spark new thinking. And they will renew your faith.
by Keith Simpson
|If you think Darwinism is only about biology, think again. Western schools and media promote Darwinian thinking, and Darwinian language fills our culture. But most Americans don’t believe. Are we dumb? Are we religious nuts? Or is something else going on? Maybe Americans are skeptical because Darwinian Champions act more like atheistic evangelists than dispassionate scientists. Maybe it’s because they tell us life is accidental and purposeless. Maybe it’s because we are coming to understand that Darwinism functions like religion. In Darwinian Religion, Keith Simpson shares his real-life conversations with Sam, a family friend and Darwinian believer. In an engaging way—and through completely different belief systems—their friendly interaction provides perspective to Darwinian history, evidence, and culture. Complex issues are simplified, and unexpected insights come to light when these guys get together.
The True Christmas Story
|The True Christmas Story is a colorful retelling of the miraculous birth of Jesus Christ. Taken from the Gospel of St. Luke, young readers can begin to incorporate the True Christmas Story into their lives and holiday traditions celebrating the true meaning of Christmas. In my home growing up, every Christmas we had a tradition of reading the Christmas story. All families have different ways of celebrating Christmas, and Santa may or may not be a part of that. In my family, Santa brought one or two surprises every year, but he wasn't the focus of our holiday. I don't even remember when Santa faded away. I do remember making birthday cakes for Jesus, and singing Him Happy Birthday on Christmas Eve. And then every year on Christmas morning, my dad built a fire in the fireplace (in sunny San Diego where it was never needed) and before presents were opened we read the Christmas story from the Gospel of Luke. We prayed as a family, thanking God for the greatest gift of all, baby Jesus. After celebrating the real reason for Christmas we could dive right into opening presents. Imagine my delight when I discovered the art of VS Sheridan. This retelling of the Christmas story is not meant to replace opening the Bible. But, when I saw her art, the first thing that ran through my mind was squealing children everywhere running with excitement to read the true story of Christmas. My prayer is that each child would have the true Christmas story as a tradition in their celebration... and Jesus a place in their heart. Merry Christmas! - Dana S. Chisholm
by Randa Goode
|Scarlett Young has big plans after graduation; college on the far side of the country and a whole new life that doesn’t include any traces of her old one, including her family. If she can just survive a summer in Lost Creek with her sister and brother in law…But during the summer, Scarlet meets broody and mysterious nineteen year old Riley Shelton, who seems to have more to hide than even she does. Soon after, Scarlett is confronted with an inexplicable evil, creeping alone the outer edges of community of Lost Creek; an evil that seems to have a strong connection to Riley.
Danger continues to grow as Scarlett discovers the people of Lost Creek are not what they seem, including the handsome, mysterious Blake, who lives next door. Yet with his help, she may be able to discover the connection between Riley and the evil lurking just beyond the tree line.
|Poetic Social Justice
by Gale Hall
|Many of us love to travel. Many of us love to observe the world around us. A precious few of us are able to put those travels and observations into poetic expressions that stir the heart. In this collection of poetry, Gale Hall takes the reader on travels around the world and shares culture and observation of the human experience through the art of word. Whether sharing a meal in Russia or boating in the rivers of Asia, the reader gets a little closer look at our world and the love of Christ through it. Join in the adventure!
|I Love You More Than That
by Dana S. Chisholm
|A true story of adoption, rescue, and demonstration of love, "I love you more than that" is the story of Emma, the puppy found cold, shivering, and starving on the streets when Nathan lived in China, and the family made her part of the family. But, when Mommy tells Nathan it's time to move home to America, Emma worried if she would be put back on the streets! But, her boy, Nathan, assured her every step of the way not to worry, "I love you more than that!" Told through beautiful illustrations by artist Maria Sanchez, Emma's true life journey is inspirational to young and old. Be sure to visit Emma on her Facebook page to see more pictures of her real-life adventures (Facebook/Emma Made in China.) And watch for more of Emma's books coming in 2014 as Emma gets a brother, Emma runs for Mayor, Emma visits China, and Emma celebrates Christmas AND Chun Jie (Chinese New Year) learning life lessons in all she does. The "Emma; Made in China" series is written from a Christian perspective illustrating God's love for us and His provision as we learn life lessons and reach out to others. In the spirit of caring for others, Emma makes her books available at cost to animal rescue groups and adoption efforts (people) trying to raise money for the valiant efforts being made to love others "more than that." Please contact Admin@ChisholmTrailMedia.com if you would like copies of the book at cost for your fundraising efforts. And God bless you in your efforts.