Two Enjoyable Tales for Children

Two Enjoyable Tales for Children

Two Enjoyable Tales for Children   The Mysterious Pumpkin Patch By: George E. Richardson The Mysterious Pumpkin Patch is an ideal children’s book for the fall season. This story is captivating and keeps the...

Life As It Is

Life As It Is

The book, Weathered the Storm, follows the trials and tribulations of one youth’s journey. It is a chronological look inside the life of a child who has grown up in the inner-city. This is...

Bridge of Shadows

Bridge of Shadows

Bridge of Shadows My father knew how to hold onto his old Scottish secret— in fact, the family wasn’t aware of its existence until after his death. Later, while speaking to his siblings in...

Togetherness in Individuality

Togetherness in Individuality

A two-year-old helped me list what Olyvianna’s “ink” could represent; cry, laughter, anger, sadness, silliness… Later, as her mother disciplined her for not eating her lunch, this two-year-old leaned over to me and whispered,...

Where Science and Divine Meet

Where Science and Divine Meet

Where Science and Divine Meet Alexander finds his calling as a pediatrician. He finds working with children to be easy and rewarding. Dealing with demanding and opinionated parents can sometimes be more challenging, but...

Perspectives on a Real Church

Perspectives on a Real Church

I offer this one quote as it relates to the crux of this particular work: “ … this is the position the Church finds itself in, a slave to the World System instead of...

Just Me Thinking Out Loud

Just Me Thinking Out Loud

Just Me Thinking Out Loud is a collection of simple thoughts written by me 46 years ago. The words and inspirations first came to me while I’m off to work, listening from songs on...

At Life’s Turning Point

At life’s turning point: To Ann Cochran, writing this book has been a labor of love while collaborating with her daughter, who is the subject. An unexpected detour tells Kiirsten’s story about a devastating...

The Hope Beyond the Horizon

The Hope Beyond the Horizon

My book, Following The Mist, is about spiritual growth. Why buy the book? The book dwells into life after death. What lies beyond death? Do we just turn to dust and nothing more? Or...