Currently available titles from Signalman Publishing
The Truth, Too
by MikahHardcover The information in this Book builds on the foundation laid in the Lord's little Book The Truth. There are many additional supportive facts revealed herein. The purpose of these Books is to give the goats a chance to repent and wash their robes so they will be saved on the Day of the Lord, coming during the Feast of Trumpets. The goats are 90% of the church system of man's members! We are the temple of God and He sits on the throne of our heart as we serve Him. His mark is in our forehead, shown by our words and deeds. If we are Law breakers, we are a goat.
Marching to a Worthy Drummer
Something drastic happened to the early Church that involved the tampering of its basic precepts and even the interpretation of Scripture. Lurking in the background almost from the beginning of the Church, it gained influence around the time that Constantine changed the status of the Church from a persecuted and repressed movement to a state religion.
This Christian nonfiction work addresses the root of this enormous error and its historic and ongoing debilitating effect on the Church. An alternative vision of God is presented to the reader, and its basic truth is examined in the light of Scripture, which the author embraces as inspired and inerrant in the original.
Jacob: Encounters with the Holy Spirit
The great war of Israel's annihilation looms near as God prepares his special people. There's just enough time left for Jacob to experience the salvation of Israel and come to a loving relationship of his own with God and an extraordinary woman.
In the midst of the human suffering that accompanies the descent of world government into a monolithic, repressive and all-seeing despotic tyranny representing the reign of the long-anticipated antichrist, Earl and Joyce Cook and several Jewish fugitives are on the run from a death camp where God has intervened to free them.
With their leader Jacob Perlman at the helm, they are heading cross-country into an unforgettable adventure which merge into the events foretold long ago by Jesus and the ancient prophets Daniel, Ezekiel and Zechariah as the world, driven by power-drunk madmen under the control of their evil master Satan, heads unavoidably into the final Battle of Armageddon.
Cybersecurity for Everyone: Securing your home or small business network
by Terence L. SadlerPaperbackFor Kindle For home users and small business owners, cybersecurity expert Terry Sadler lays out the easy-to-learn methods and tips that will make using the Internet more safe and secure and protect the family as well as the business.
- Identity Theft. Take the steps outlined to prevent becoming a victim of identity theft.
- Viruses and Malware. Stop these before they wreck your data and impact your home or business computers.
- Email Security. Learn how to reduce the amount of SPAM that makes it to your inbox. Improve your email security habits and discover better ways to communicate safely and with privacy.
- Internet and Browsing Security. You cannot afford to leave the security of your sensitive information up to your ISP. Learn about your options; then pick and choose what works for you.
Pastor Chefs 40 Day Marriage Challenge
The Pastor Chefs believe that a couple who prays together, reads together, and cooks together will have a stronger and more lasting relationship. This book is 40 days of activities encouraging married couples to make their relationships a priority.
Do you sometimes feel disconnected from your mate? Perhaps the hustle and bustle of life just gets in the way of spending quality time with the one you love. The Pastor Chefs 40 Day Marriage Challenge is the perfect recipe for doing something fun together that will allow you to reconnect in a new and delightful way. If you follow the ingredients of the Pastor Chefs, step by step, not only will you cook up a delicious meal for each of you to enjoy, but you will certainly heat up your relationship in a way that honors God and each other.
Dust Thou Art: Finding God, Happiness, and Fulfillment
Are Church Folk Running People Away From God? Breaking the Code of Silence
Leave a Legacy: Reflections on the Strategies of Great Leadership
U.S. Navy Captain and former Commanding Officer Stew Fisher has the wisdom of years of experience leading men and women in large organizations. In this book, he highlights some of the great leaders of history who have inspired him: Jesus, Abraham Lincoln, Mother Teresa, Gandhi, Martin Luther King, Jr., and many others who brought about great change to society through their own ability to lead. Stew Fisher is still a student of leadership and this book will benefit others with his own experiences and studies. It starts with self-mastery: striving for excellence, not perfection. He then walks the reader through how to improve on personal interactions and then extending that to team leadership. Finally, he concludes with leaving a legacy and a legion of future leaders.
by Polly BrittonPaperback Just Paul is the story of an ordinary man raising an ordinary family in the 50s and 60s, before the age of computers and cell phones, when kids played outside all summer from dawn to dusk, rode their bikes everywhere, and knew if they disobeyed Mom or Dad they'd get punished because they deserved it. Moms and Dads took their kids to church on Sunday and taught them how to work so they'd grow up to be responsible adults. No matter how hard we fight it, we inevitably "turn into" our parents, and if you're among the fortunate ones who've had godly parents, you have been truly blessed. Paul is an ordinary man with an extraordinary legacy - the total love and respect of his family and those who knew and remember him.
The Battle of Pneumatika
by Brian NewberryPaperbackFor Kindle In the aftermath of a massive earthquake in the vicinity of the Mountains of Ararat in Turkey, a huge ancient wooden structure is revealed. Renowned Old Testament scholar Dr. Christian Sage leads a team of five other college professors to investigate what could be the Noah's Ark--and the archeological find of the century. While on their expedition, they encounter apocalyptic visions explaining the origins of evil. Meanwhile, Dr. Sage's children, Air Force pilot Alex Sage, and college student Alicia Sage, cascade through their own encounters with angelic beings and a worldwide demonic conspiracy to bring back the evil that preceded the time of Noah's Flood. "The Battle of Pneumatika" explores foundational Biblical concepts within a thrilling tale of suspense and intrigue set in the modern world.
The Echo's Edge
by Magnus EggePaperback When WWII broke out, Magnus Egge went into the US Navy as a test pilot and then as a fighter pilot. After the war was over and after leaving the service, he attended St Olaf College and then Luther Seminary in Minnesota and became a minister. He ministered in Our Savior Lutheran church at Greenwood and Emmanuel Lutheran at Longwood, Wisconsin, and First English Lutheran at Redwood Falls, Minnesota. In California he started a mission church and served as minister at St. Andrews Lutheran in San Diego. He also served as a minister for Chapel of Peace Lutheran in Inglewood, Lutheran Church of Our Savior in San Clemente, and as a chaplain at Camp Pendelton, USMC. During his many years of ministry, he has led nine tours to the Holy Lands. Reverend Egge currently is Emeritus at Christ the King Lutheran Church in Fallbrook, California. This autobiography is about his life of service and the many adventures and trials that came with his calling.
The Legend of the Last Knight
by Michael MazzaroPaperback For Kindle Terminus Mundus is a planet of unrivaled beauty, mysticism, and danger. Its most formidable hero is Cedric Rhone, a prince feared and revered by his enemies and allies alike. After winning his final battlefield campaign, the middle-aged Prince looks to settle down peacefully with his beautiful, young betrothed Princess Cassandra Acadia. However, an eerie warning from his mentor forces Cedric and his loyal companions to embark on a desperate mission across the Acadian plains to uncover a coup against Cassandra's father. Little does Cedric know that the diabolical forces working against him threaten not only the ones he loves but all of Terminus Mundus. His faith and the mysterious prophecy of the Permaneo Eques Ordinares may be all that can save Cassandra.
Without Warning: My Personal Journal of Struggling with GriefPaperback For Kindle
Gates: Thanksgiving Papers
by David NiedenfuerPaperbackFor Kindle You are saved by grace and kept by a grace, which is apart from your performance. The glorious liberty we have received as Christians was won for us by a God who loved us enough to die in our place. His death and resurrection purchased for us this liberty and the eternal life He now offers. We must choose the truth and defend this liberty daily if we are to walk out the victory He gained on our behalf. The Word of God boldly proclaims these wonderful truths provided by a wonderfully good God. The Word of God tells us, as believers, that the kingdom of God resides in us. We have entered this kingdom by hearing and receiving the truth, and we defend these kingdom truths by allowing them access into our hearts and choosing to reject the lies of the enemy. The ancient Hebrews defended their cities with thick walls and fortified gates, which were the access points into their cities. They had to know who to allow in and who to keep out. The kingdom that resides in us as believers has gates as well, which must be guarded.
Becoming a True Worshipper
- How we are created for worship
- Experiencing corporate worship
- The character of a true worshipper
- Worship as a lifestyle
Once for All: Learning God's Nature (Book 1)
by John AnthonyPaperback For Kindle "Once for All: Learning God's Nature" is part one in a three book series. This book will inspire and motivate the reader to immerse themselves in the Scriptures for a greater understanding of the divine nature of God. It will educate the reader to see spiritual truths, within the Scriptures, through logical reasoning. It will further reveal, with more clarity, the contrasting reality of worldly thinking versus Godly thinking and will answer the life questions that we all have concerning eternal choices that we will ultimately make. "I am so grateful for this book by my friend, John. I am sure it will inspire and encourage you in your journey to know more about this amazing God we serve." —Brady Boyd, Senior Pastor, New Life Church, Colorado Springs, CO
Sting of the Heat Bug
by Jack SheedyPaperback
Through a crisis of faith, hope emerges.
The author explores his crisis of faith when his sister, Peggy, dies at age 40 from complications due to diabetes. Through creative application of images and metaphor, employing the cicada (heat bug) and the phoebe, this memoir takes the reader on a personal journey of humor, poignancy and struggle that ultimately ends with a sense of hope.
"If you grew up in Smalltown, U.S.A.--and even if you didn't--Sting of the Heat Bug will take you home. Stealing strawberries, trying to make sense of the secret code of adult-speak, dealing with unexpected pain--it's all here. I highly recommend this book."
—Susan Campbell, award-winning former columnist at The Hartford Courant, and the author of the memoir Dating Jesus and the biography, Tempest-Tossed: The Spirit of Isabella Beecher Hooker.
by Richard EvansPaperback For Kindle A young Russian teenager travels to Alaska with his parents to obtain lend-lease supplies at the beginning of World War II. Both of his parents are killed during the raid on Dutch Harbor and Alexander is sent to the mainland of Alaska to stay with an American family until the end of the war. The influence of the Hunt family has a strong impact on Alexander and he decides to defect. In his struggle to find a new freedom, Alexander deals with Soviet kidnappers, a new love, and confronting his doubts about God. In the end, will he be separated from all he has learned to love to save his own life?
Hanged in Shame, Standing in Glory: Life Lessons from the Thief on the Cross
by Jeffrey J. ValeriotiPaperback For Kindle This study offers the reader a closer examination of Christ's words to the penitent thief as recorded in the Gospel of Luke. The book contains 12 lessons to be applied for personal growth in the lives of both the seeker and the Christian. While the most important lesson learned from the thief on the cross may be that it is never too late to choose Christ, there are numerous life lessons to be unlocked from the brief account of this repentant criminal on the cross next to Jesus. As the reader journeys back to the hill at Calvary, he is invited to interact with Scripture at a deeper level and fix his eyes and his heart upon the brief exchange between two dying men: one serving a sentence as the just punishment for his own sins and the One serving the sentence for the rest of mankind.
My Sister My Friend
by Joann Ellen SiscoPaperback This is the second novel in the War Eagle River Series. The War Eagle River starts from an underground stream at the top of Five Mile Hill, cascades off rock ledges, pauses in sparkling pools and joins with the rills and trickles on the way. The rushing stream plunges over a cliff and lands in a valley in clouds of sparkling spray. It courses across the valley, turning the grinding wheel at Applegate's Grist Mill before emptying into a much larger river headed toward the Mississippi.The small town of River Bend clusters around the rive where its hardworking folks interact as in every small town. Some bad, some good and some trying to be good. And the river rolls on. Author Joann Ellen Sisco perfectly captures the voice and soul of the southern Ozarks. People are people, no matter where they are, but the subtle culture and expression of language is unique to a place and time and no one masters this better for this distinctive section of America than Sisco.
Twixt the Road and the River
by Joann Ellen SiscoPaperbackFor Kindle This is the first book in the War Eagle River series. The War Eagle River starts from an underground stream at the top of Five Mile Hill, cascades off rock ledges, pauses in sparkling pools and joins with the rills and trickles on the way. The rushing stream plunges over a cliff and lands in a valley in clouds of sparkling spray. It courses across the valley, turning the grinding wheel at Applegate's Grist Mill before emptying into a much larger river headed toward the Mississippi. The small town of River Bend clusters around the rive where its hardworking folks interact as in every small town. Some bad, some good and some trying to be good. And the river rolls on. Author Joann Ellen Sisco perfectly captures the voice and soul of the southern Ozarks. People are people, no matter where they are, but the subtle culture and expression of language is unique to a place and time and no one masters this better for this distinctive section of America than Sisco.
by Arthur Perkins PaperbackKindle This ebook exclusive novel from Art Perkins is a love story--but one told in a deeper way than the typical romantic adventure, because it is a story not just between people, but with the romance God shares between Himself and mankind. "Buddy" follows Earl and his pain at the tragic loss of his wife. Through dealing with his own grief and the pressures of his job, he dives into distraction with his hang gliding activity. Through an unexpected encounter with God, he volunteers his time at a local nursing home and befriends a young man afflicted with cerebral palsy. Joyce, whose husband had been killed by a drunk driver, meets Earl at work. Sharing much in common with each other, they find themselves forming deep connections with each other. At the same time, connections also are developing with God and with Buddy, bringing Earl and Joyce through a series of adventures into a unique understanding of God. "Buddy" is a story of these connections and how God works through the Holy Spirit to bring people, broken in their own ways, to Him in love.
What I Teach About Leadership
by Paul B. ThorntonFor Kindle What makes some leaders more effective than others? It's complicated, but when seen through the eyes of Paul B. Thornton a clear pattern emerges. He reveals the actions needed to be an inspiring leader in today's complex, competitive, and ever-changing world. His new e-book, "What I Teach about Leadership" will help you up your game when it comes to facing reality, challenging the status quo, inspiring people, and implementing change. All leaders will find numerous nuggets of great advice in his book.
Oma Tells Histories: A Devotional Book for Parents to Share with Their Children
Gridlock: Why We're In It and How to Get Out
100 Conversation Starters: Practical Help for Sharing Your Faith
by Rory Kaye and Peter StrandPaperbackFor Kindle Do you want to share the good news of Jesus, but not sure how to get started? Need some tips on how to break the ice and talk about your faith to family, friends and acquaintances? "100 Conversation Starters: Practical Help for Sharing Your Faith" is a wonderful "how to" that will provide you with ways to easily talk about your faith in everyday conversation that is not off-putting or threatening. Understanding and following these conversation starters is a stress-free way to help you reach a deeper level in conversing with others without the fear of offending them. You will learn to share your faith in a truly authentic way that those around you will come to appreciate.
by Jay OceanPaperbackFor Kindle First novel of the Grand Tytans series. The earth has grown so polluted that life begins to mutate uncontrollably and in unexpected ways. Most mutations are not sustainable and die quickly, however, one set of mutations grow powerful because of their intelligence, physical strength and ability to organize. These mutants, known as the Krustos, soon challenge the nations of Earth and are able to wage war and defeat them, threatening all of humanity. From this calamity rise the only beings able to challenge the Krustos: The three Tytans. "Uprising" is the story of how these superheroes try to reclaim the earth, both from the mutant Krustos, and also from the pollution that gave rise to these mutants in the first place.
Flight into Sanity: A Memoir of Recovery
by Sara OrbetonPaperbackFor Kindle A true account of the author's journey through mental illness and alcoholism brought one through an abusive upbringing that included her loss of a parent at an early age, physical, mental and sexual abuse at the hands of relatives, and her own encounters with mental illness within the family. This highly detailed narrative takes the reader on this journey, through decades of dealing with the effects of the abuse, but ultimately seeking survival, recovery, reconciliation, and eventual triumph. For those experiencing a similar type of pain, "Flight into Sanity" will leave the reader with a promise of hope. The author discovers that human beings have the ability to heal from unbelievable pain and suffering. Today, the author is able to reflect back on her experiences and share her story with others in the hope that her experiences will shine a light on a path to healing and recovery.
Wild Bill Hickok and the Wrath of the Dead Rabbits
by James Mic Regan PaperbackFor Kindle On the afternoon of August 2, 1876, in the Number Ten Saloon of Deadwood, Dakota Territory, Wild Bill Hickok was shot in the back and killed while playing cards. A man named Jack McCall was charged with the murder and found innocent at first. In 1877, however, he was re-arrested, re-tried and then executed by hanging for the murder of Wild Bill. Many questions have remained unanswered. Who really killed Wild Bill? New research suggests an unexpected group out for revenge. This research is revealed for the first time by author James Mic Regan.
Blinding White Flash
by J. Richard WakefieldPaperbackFor kindle The winter of 2016, called Black Winter, triggers the beginning of the end of modern civilization due to natural gas depletion. Millions freeze to death, millions more lose their jobs. Coupled with an oil embargo in the Middle East, and North America is in economic collapse. Riots abound. China, hungry for oil and raw materials, uses the chaos in the United States to invade Canada to get at the forests, farmlands and above all the Canadian tar sands for the oil. They must be stopped. This sparks a world war. A father and son team, from a small town in southwestern Ontario, join in the fight to repel the invaders. During their year-long journey through the Rockies and into the north lands of Alberta, they discover first-hand the impact and effects of peak oil on the people they meet along the way. This includes what happens in hospitals, to those in jails, to roving gangs who take over and rule like dictators, to those dedicated to preserving some part of the past, to the kindness that exists in some people regardless of the hardships they face.
Symbolic Logic and the Binomial Expansion: Two Math Projects
by Richard ForringerWorkbookFor kindle Symbolic Logic and the Binomial Expansion are subjects that are often mentioned in High School and College math courses. The two projects contained in this book have been carefully developed to help the student achieve a more in-depth understanding of these concepts. These projects are designed to be done independently or they can be incorporated into the curriculum of any math course from second semester algebra and beyond. Students who complete these projects will gain a stronger appreciation of what it means to think logically and they will see how two seemingly unrelated areas of study connect in ways that strengthen both.
The Dark Legion
by Michael HolladayPaperbackFor Kindle
** 2012 National Indie Excellence Book Awards Finalist **
All his life Thareous was fascinated by the encaged dragon in Galgon's palace courtyard. But what was his past, and why was it caged? He remembered tales of a beast that had harassed the kingdom a generation past. He often visited with Nalla, a princess, hoping to find an indication of this, for he knows there to be more to the dragon... Then, during one visit, the dragon speaks to Thareous and Nalla, warning them of an evil horde marching for Galgon. Soon events turn against them, and the dragon, known as Ianvorr, is forced to take them into the forgotten realms of the kingdom, Keiratha. There the exiled order known as the Omnipotent Ones has hidden, but now stir in this time of need. Upon meeting them, Thareous discovers he is the target of a millennia-old prophecy: that he must defeat the gravest threat known to all.
by Jan OsbornePaperbackFor Kindle For many of us, it is hard to relate to Jesus' life or other stories in the Bible because we live in a different world than they did. This book is a narrative description of Jesus' life, set in a modern-day setting, in attempt to relate to our savior's life and the huge sacrifice he made for us. This book is not meant to rewrite the Bible, but to retell the biggest event in the history of the world in order to help people understand the magnitude of it. Mary and Joseph are high school students living a modest and obedient life as followers of God. They are ridiculed for their God-fearing reputations, while their peers are partying and promoting promiscuous behavior. After two years at a community college, Mary and Joseph embark on a mission trip around the world, rebuilding houses torn down by destruction of war. While on their trip, Mary finds herself sick and is scared that she might have a disease that is plaguing the area. Then she gets the confirmed diagnosis: she is pregnant...
by Nancy EskijianPaperbackFor Kindle Restoration NOW! is a detailed resource on the ministry of inner healing and deliverance for ministers and lay persons to enable believers to reclaim their intended identity, inheritance and purpose in Christ. Restoration NOW! explains what the Lord desires for us, the damage and effects of sin, and the condition into which we find ourselves. However, it also reveals specific practical steps from scripture and hands-on ministry to heal wounds, liberate souls, and provide a pattern for growth and living in Christ. The Seven Levels of Cleansing and Restoration at the heart of this book take the reader through the dimensions of change for restoration of the soul. This book also unfolds a compassionate, Biblical, and healing approach to gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender issues. Restoration NOW! is literally a roadmap for the soul.
Reconciliation: A Son's Story
by Steve SparksPaperbackFor Kindle This is a true American story about father who went to war and came back changed by what he saw and by what he experienced. How this impacted his family was profound, yet unrecognized for what it was back then. Today we know much more about the effects of PTSD on the individual, but what about the family members closest to that person? This story of living through a toxic environment yet ultimately coming to an understanding leads to the long sought reconciliation of a son with his father. A very timely book, this may help the thousands of families of veterans of our own current generation returning from their war experiences to better understand the effects of PTSD on the family.
Out of Time: One Couple's Journey Through Cancer
by Nancy Greyson BeckermanPaperbackFor Kindle "Nan, look at this!" So begins this account of one couple's battle with a rare and deadly form of cancer. One moment Barry was a healthy, active man in the prime of his life; the next, he was a terrified, helpless patient. Anyone who has had cancer, who has been a caregiver, or who has had a friend or loved one receive this diagnosis will be drawn to this story. During the four years of Barry's treatment, there was much that changed for this couple. They met health care professionals they call "angels." They discovered just how much love and support their family, friends, and community offer. And they found themselves on a completely unexpected spiritual path. This book explores in a loving, real, and powerful way how their lives changed and how they confronted each challenge they encountered with dignity, perseverance, and courage.
Staying Alive: A Love Story
by Laura B. HaydenOrder "Staying Alive: A Love Story" is a tale of hope and renewal that centers on the author's twelve-year exploration of mortality, after her 49-year-old husband's sudden death. Coupled with other losses in her life including one of her kidneys to cancer, the memoir digs deep through self-exploration and astute observations of the natural world as it chronicles her efforts to come to terms with grief and live a fully invested life, for herself and her two children. This vividly real story of lives reinvented ultimately speaks to human resilience and the power of love.
The Mushroom Farm and Other Reflections from a Spiritual Journey
by Rev. John R. DolanOrder "The Mushroom Farm" is offered as nourishment and inspiration for personal spiritual growth. Each carefully woven story in the book stands alone, and is intended to provide strength, solace, comfort and reinforcement, particularly to Christians, as they experience similar challenges and events in their own lives. The stories are based on the author's life experiences just as they happened and they are stories that have been used in the author's sermons for more than fifteen years. Each of Rev. Dolan's stories has been woven into Holy Scripture selected for that day. The cross referencing to scripture allows the reader the opportunity to explore their own stories in relation to God's word. Through this sharing of experiences, the book's purpose is to offer hope and strength in troubled times and enhance one's joy in those special moments in life.
Common Sense Solutions to Real Problems
by Richard ForringerPaperbackFor Kindle Mathematician and veteran educator Richard Forringer offers a unique approach to solving four major issues affecting our nation today: 1) Education: how can we provide an environment for our kids that is conducive to actually learning? 2) How do we solve our energy problems? 3) What is the "war" on drugs really doing? Has it ever worked, and can we do something better? 4) The recent federal budget and debt ceiling crisis are merely the rumblings of far worse to come. What is the solution?
by William Stender Order William Stender, intimately involved in the development of the PATRIOT missile, uses his expert knowledge to create a complex novel of international intrigue. Master Switch explores the terrifying consequences of a breach of security that puts the United States forces and Israeli defenses at risk. General Jeff Weyland has overseen the top secret development of the PATRIOT missile system since its beginning. But during a crucial stage of testing, he makes the horrifying discovery that someone has infiltrated the system. With the Gulf War looming and the lives of American and Israeli citizens at stake, Weyland must find out who is responsible for the missile's failure. With the assistance of Suzy Morris, a Senate staffer, and two old army buddies--Fish, a computer programmer, and Billy, a CIA operative--Weyland sets out through a maze of murder, intrigue, and terrorism to discover who has the most to gain if the PATRIOT missile system fails, and who controls the Master Switch.
by Demetrius Smith Order In the small town of Dwindlewood, TX, there is a large historic mansion built by the hands of the Himmington family. Every eight years, the Himmingtons host a family reunion at the mansion but Derek, a youth of the later generation of Himmington, will uncover a dark secret that his family has been hiding for over a century and also discovers the missing pieces of his father's death eight years ago. Despite the warnings and mysterious encounters, Derek and his younger sister Susan begin to embark on a journey that will change their lives forever as they are plunged into a secret ceremony called the "Event" where they fight for their freedom. Derek finds himself having to make a God-given choice in order to recover the loss that he faces.
Wisdom of Proverbs
by Bob Beasley For Kindle For Nook Providing an opportunity to study the book of Proverbs in a format that is easy to read and full of scriptural guidance, this unique volume also includes biblical examples of those who followed (or ignored) the principles with the resultant consequences. Based on the author's seven years of intensive study of the book of Proverbs--the wisdom literature from the Bible--this book offers exceptional guidance and counsel on how to live right-- with one's family, neighbors, and with God. Full of practical advice, Wisdom of Proverbs is an excellent in-depth guide for pastors and Bible students as well laypeople.
101 Portraits of Jesus in the Hebrew Scriptures
by Bob Beasley For Kindle For Nook In a compact and readable 101 chapters surveying Genesis to Malachi, Beasley merely scratches the surface of the wonderful truths of Jesus in the Old Testament, sure to deepen anyone's understanding of and love for the entire Bible. This is a book for everyone--new Christians as well as old, and also for those seeking answers as to whether of not the Bible is trustworthy. The impact of hundreds of foreshadowings of Jesus is truly powerful. 101 Portraits will open the Scriptures for you as never before.
Our Heavenly Husband
by Amanda Hellwig For Kindle This is a very personal story of a young Christian wife's struggles within her marriage and how she finds restoration through God's unconditional love and grace. "Our Heavenly Husband" includes both real life lessons along with revelation from God's word to see Him in a new and intimate way.
Forgiveness: The Mystery and Miracle
by Annette Stanwick For Kindle The amazing true story of Annette Stanwick's journey of healing from the violent murder of her beloved brother to her struggle to respond with a forgiveness that can only come from God. The compelling narrative in each chapter combined with a personal application and healing process for each reader gives this book a unique quality that will aid the reader in navigating their own painful or troublesome situations.
U.S. Army U.S. Marine Corps Counterinsurgency Field Manual
by David H. Petraeus and James F. Amos Paperback For Kindle This manual, originally published by the U.S. Marine Corps and U.S. Army, contains the strategies recently developed in Iraq to overcome insurgencies. It has a wide view of history as well, studying and analyzing insurgencies from Vietnam, to Malaysia, Ireland, and others. Definitely a must read for any student of military strategy and tactics.
Choosing War: The Decision to Invade Iraq and Its Aftermath
by Joseph J. Collins For Kindle The planning and execution of large-scale, global military operations is both an art and a science that surpasses most other human endeavors in terms of risk and complexity. This fascinating study by Dr. Collins delves into the decision-making process used by senior policy makers with regards to the Iraq War. Particularly taking a critical eye at the inter-agency process and its perceived failures, Dr. Collins pulls no punches and gives a straight, insider's account on an important issue that is sure to be studied by historians and students of national security strategy for decades to come.
National Security and Nuclear Weapons in the 21st Century
by Robert Gates For Kindle Discusses in greater detail the considerations behind U.S. requirements for nuclear weapons. Also described is the relationship among strategic nuclear force structure, the stockpile of nuclear warheads, and the nuclear warhead research and production infrastructure. An assessment is also made of the international nuclear weapons disposition.
National Defense Strategy
by Robert Gates For Kindle Released in 2008, this is the updated document outlining the high level national defense strategy of the United States. This document is a must read for students of national security policy and strategy along with anyone who is involved in carrying out this strategy as articulated by the Secretary of Defense and the senior U.S. military leadership.
Turning the Tides
by Eugene Elander For Kindle A semi-autobiographical tale of the author's experiences on behalf of the Israeli government, providing intelligence information and fighting threats to both Israel and America. Much of the relevant history of the mid-twentieth century is covered in the book, which includes experiences ranging from the early fight against legalizing gambling in Atlantic City, New Jersey to efforts to secure a U.S. nuclear submarine for Israel.
Industry and Trade Volume I and II
by Alfred Marshall PaperbackFor Kindle From one of the most influential economists of the 20th century and founder of the "neoclassical school" of economics, Alfred Marshall follows up his landmark "Principles of Economics" tome with this work on industrial development and the growth and evolution of international trade.
What Has Government Done to Our Money?
by Murray N. Rothbard For Kindle Rothbard provides historical context for his critique of U.S. monetary policy. He lays out a blueprint for a return to the gold standard as a way to break the economic cycles that plague modern economies. "On the free market, everyone earns according to his productive value in satisfying consumer desires. Under statist distribution, everyone earns in proportion to the amount he can plunder from the producers." -- Murray Rothbard
Principles of Economics
by Alfred Marshall For KindleFor Nook From the dominant figure in the field of microeconomics, "Principles of Economics" by British economist Alfred Marshall lays out a detailed study of individual markets and industries. His rigorous approach to pricing using supply and demand literally laid the groundwork for future generations of economists in developing models that attempt to forecast price changes based on the factors inherent in supply and demand.
The Raising of Prices
by John Maynard Keynes For Kindle Revealing a part of the many ongoing discussions at the time among senior policy makers about appropriate government action to deal with the effects of what came to be known world-wide as the "Great Depression" is this work by renowned 20th century economist John M. Keynes. Keynes argues that "there is no effective means of raising world prices except by increasing loan-expenditure throughout the world." He then goes on to discuss various strategies to achieve this increased loan expenditure--noting that a big impediment is the lack of confidence by the banks in lending.
Risk, Uncertainty, and Profit
by Frank H. Knight PaperbackFor Kindle From one of the most influential American economists of the "Chicago School" of economics, this important work discusses the distinction between "risk" (randomness with knowable probabilities) and "uncertainty" (randomness with unknowable probabilities), and set forth the role of the entrepreneur in a distinctive theory of profit.
Mission Possible: Spiritual Covering
by Deborah L. McCarragher Paperback For Kindle This book is further subtitled: "Believing for your Husband's Salvation. Battling for your mate's soul isn't for cowards!" This is a very personal and encouraging story about how one should live with and indeed commit to a spouse who may not share the same passion for God. There are a lot of Christians in this situation who are fighting for the salvation of their household and this book will certainly speak to them.
The Goat of God
by Eugene F. Elander Order This historical - based inspirational novel tells the story of the original scapegoat, chosen to bear the sins of the Hebrew people at the very first Day of Atonement in the Sinai Desert as described in Leviticus, Chapter 16. The protagonist in the story, Zael, is changed from goat to human in order to bear those sins, finds that he cannot die while still bearing them, and is then tasked to record the Old Testament.
The Armed Forces Officer
by Various For Kindle A classic document first published in 1950 by the U.S. Department of Defense, this handbook for U.S. military officers has been updated and is meant to be read by all future and current armed forces officers. It articulates what it means to hold a commission, the concept of duty and honor and vividly describes the heroes that went before today's current generation of officers. This book is definitely a MUST READ for all those who aspire to wear the uniform as a United States Naval, Marine Corps, Army, Air Force, or Coast Guard officer.
The Influence of Sea Power Upon History, 1660-1783
by Captain Alfred Thayer Mahan, USN Order The seminal work of Naval History and Strategy that has influenced leaders of the United States throughout the 20th century in the employment of the Navy as a means to achieve the larger national strategy. CAPT Mahan's work is still studied today by students at the U.S. Naval Academy and at the U.S. Naval War College. This Kindle edition is fully illustrated with the original hand drawn maps, illustrations and diagrams of Naval force disposition and Naval battles. Additionally, this Kindle edition is fully foot-noted.
At the Master's Feet
by Sadhu Sundar Singh For Kindle In Hinduism, a sadhu is an ascetic who has given up the goals of modern life and instead is dedicated to achieving liberation through meditation and contemplation of God. Sundar Singh is a remarkable individual who was born into a Sikh family in India and, as a teen, had an encounter with the risen Jesus which profoundly changed his life. Sundar Singh became a sadhu so that he could dedicate his life to Christ and bringing the Gospel message of salvation to his fellow men. "At the Master's Feet" is Singh's writing on discipleship, salvation, eternity, and what it means to be a follower of Christ.
The Monitor and the Merrimac
by J.L Worden, S.D. Greene, and H. Ashton Ramsay Order A truly remarkable piece of historical work from eyewitness accounts, you will go inside each Ironclad ship of war as they meet and attempt to destroy each other. This is the first-hand story of what was done and seen and felt on each side in the battle of the Monitor and the Merrimac. The actual experiences on both vessels are pictured, in one case by the commander of the Monitor, then a lieutenant, and the next in rank, Lieutenant Greene, and in the other by Chief-Engineer Ramsay of the Merrimac. Clearly such a record of personal experiences has a place by itself in the literature of the subject. This classic confrontation advanced the the art of Naval Warfare for decades to come.
The Journal of John Wesley
by John Wesley For Kindle Named the 50th most influential Briton of all time, John Wesley's legacy as founder of Methodism, evangelist, writer and theologian endures even today. This important, first hand volume, recounts John Wesley's life in his own words -- from his difficult ministry in America to the revival that he helped inspire throughout Great Britain. This is a fascinating personal account of a man who dedicated his life to preaching the Gospel and reaching the lost of his generations, not to mention future generations.
A Naval History of the American Revolution
by Gardner AllenFor Kindle While most of the attention is given to Washington and his Continental Army during any study of America's War of Independence, there was an active and important side show happening on both the high seas and on America's large lakes and rivers. Gardner Allen brings these important stories to life as he tells about the men who fought and the ships they fought on - doing their part to ensure America's destiny as an independent nation.
Institutes of the Christian Religion
by John CalvinFor Kindle For Nook Highly influential work by one of the foremost theologians in history -- John Calvin. His thoughts on God and humankind and the relationship between creator and created have formed the basic doctrines of today's major protestant churches throughout the world. Seminary and other theology students study Calvin and his work today to gain insight and understanding into the nature of God, supplementing a detailed study of the Holy Bible itself. Institutes of the Christian Religion is a MUST READ for any serious student of Christian doctrine and theology.
On the Christian Life
by John CalvinFor Kindle From one of the foremost Christian theologians and thinkers comes this treatise on how to live the Christian Life. Why does a Christian suffer? What answers does God and Jesus provide in the Bible to deal with the daily hardships of life? John Calvin delves into these questions and much more. This edition has been modernized to be published for the Kindle reader.
The Great Slump of 1930
by John Maynard KeynesFor Kindle Keynes' early thoughts on what came to be known as the "Great Depression". Remarkably prescient and understanding of the magnitude of the economic crises that the world was facing, Keynes lays out in high level terms his advocacy for central bank intervention. His insight into the major economic crises of his day may allow the analysts of today to better understand the courses of action that should be taken to resolve the current crises.
The Boy Scouts Book of Campfire Stories
Edited by Franklin K. MathiewsPaperback This wonderful book from the Boy Scouts reminds you of all the ghost stories that you have heard while sitting around the campfire late at night. For all those scouts, scouters, and campers who want to spin their own tales and bring back the art of campfire story telling for their friends, there is no better resource.
The General Theory of Employment, Interest and Money
by John Maynard Keynes PaperbackFor Kindle By one of the foremost economists of our times, Keynes sets forth his "General Theory" which at its practical implementation, argues for the stimulus of demand that governments can provide in order to prevent or mitigate an economic depression or recession. Certainly this work has been studied and its thoughts applied by policy makers for decades thus making it a must read for any student of economics or those interested in economic policy.
The Theory of Money and Credit
by Ludwig von Mises PaperbackFor Kindle Von Mises was a leader of the Austrian school of economic thought and argued, as an anti-inflationist, that any unsound credit expansion results in volatile business cycles. He advocates the gold standard as a return to sound money, thereby wresting the control of the economy from a centralized state authority (i.e. the Federal Reserve) to a standard that is neither inflationary nor deflationary.
Palm Beach Gold
A trial lawyer learns that truth is not negotiable by R. Thomas Roe Order Jake Fox, after working in a large law firm, realizes he has lost something of himself. He decides to strike out on his own in Palm Beach, Florida where he meets a young couple with a growing gold coin business. When the husband suddenly dies in an airplane accident, Jake lands the biggest case of his life. Since Jake is now out on his own, he has to mortgage everything in order to finance the case and bet that it is a winner. The problem: would his principles survive?
Beyond the Cosmos: What Recent Discoveries in Astrophysics Reveal About the Glory and Love of God
by Hugh RossPaperbackFor Kindle New Third Edition of this classic from Dr. Hugh Ross! The Bible is unique among the sacred writings of the world's great religions, describing God as existing beyond the reaches of time and space as we know them. In this groundbreaking book, Dr. Hugh Ross examines scientific evidence that confirms the Bible's declaration about God's role in creation and may help explain some of the great paradoxes of the Christian faith.
The Gaelic Letters
by R. Thomas RoePaperback Winner of a 2010 Royal Palm Literary Award. Intriguing story about retired lawyer Quinn Parker who, during research into his family's roots, discovers he may have a claim on a rather large inheritance. When he travels to Ireland to look further into his family history, he becomes catapulted into a family and national drama far beyond his control. This book has a great storyline that really draws in the reader along with some great dialog. -- Now available from Signalman Publishing both in Kindle and paperback versions.