Inspirational Nonfiction

While most girls were donning bobby socks and lipstick and dashing off to the drive-in movies, Shelley Sewall was hiking in the Himalayan mountains and crossing Egypt on a rickety train.

Visit Hawaii, Japan, Hong Kong, India, Pakistan, Kenya, and Egypt through the eyes of a teen girl in the 1950’s. The daughter of diplomats, Shelley left her home in New York City to discover astonishing new cultures with bright colors, unique customs, and grand architecture.

This travel biography not only takes you around the world, but back in time!

Not everyone picks up a sport in the prime of life. Some wait until the arthritis kicks in…

Lia London began her martial arts journey at 40, and she’s been at it for over ten years since. This candid collection of thoughts could be considered mat chats for anyone thinking of starting martial arts or struggling to continue. It’s also for those who have loved the sport at any age and who take the character development aspects of the sport to heart.

The “letters” are addressed in the abstract with the purpose of sharing some life lessons gleaned from practicing the sport. Most of them are anecdotal, referring to something that happened on the mat, either while training or teaching. It’s not a thick tome, but hopefully it is a mental workout that yields lasting results.

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If you’re drowning in work, traffic or housekeeping and feel like God has forgotten you, think again! Those things might be exactly how He’s reaching out to you!

These true, short stories from the author’s life provide “Aha” moments that inspire deeper devotion, no matter what your starting point. Each vignette is real, down-to-earth, and comes with a Bible verse to link daily life to the Word of God.

Lovers of the “Chicken Soup for the Soul” series will devour these funny and insightful anecdotes. Be inspired by everyday things around you! Perfect for devotionals.

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A journey of self-discovery can take countless paths, but it starts with Ask, Seek, and Knock. Jesus wasn’t talking about an Easter egg hunt or vending machine version of spirituality. Rather, He wanted us to focus our minds and think about what really matters to us. Then we need to get to work searching our hearts and our lives for the things that lead us closer to Him.

This collection of devotional journal prompts is designed to inspire serious spiritual introspection, enabling you to move from wherever you are in your faith journey to the next level. Those who are just discovering Jesus or the whole idea of God will have different answers than those who have walked with Him in faith for many years, but the concepts contained in the questions can be adapted to individual needs and creeds.

Whether miracles involve a near-death experience or a simple bouquet of flowers, they show God’s love for us is both vast and personal. This short devotional shares five such moments from the author’s life and three beloved miracles of Jesus from the New Testament of the Bible. Heartwarming and inspiring, this message will motivate you to grow the faith in Jesus Christ that allows miracles to abound in your life… the most important of which is faith unto salvation.

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