Never Forgotten
Christian Non Fiction / July 6, 2010

This book has been ten years in the making. I started it with a few thoughts on paper, and then I put it down for a few years. I finally felt God somehow saying, “Now is the Time.” This has not only been therapeutic to me but it has shown me how far I have come. I have been able to retrace some of my steps for certain victories that have made me who I am today. Things that are vital to a successful walk are also things that I had to learn along the way. This book was originally to be written about the struggles of losing a child and how you can overcome and live again. When going through a horrific situation like this, whether it is through the death of a child, a mother, father, grandparent or any tragedy that you may encounter, you can have peace in any situation. However, I could not tell the story well without telling a little about myself and the struggles I overcame to get to where I am today. So it turned into an autobiography, of sorts. We never know what the future will hold for us. We take it…

Five Real Friends
Fiction / July 1, 2010

What stands out in Five Real Friends is the total commitment four kids have to each other, their innocence, their caring hearts, and their willingness to risk everything in order to really help each other find the full joy of living. In spite of human failure, the four friends love their parents and their parents love them too. That’s what God absolutely intends for every home. Chapter after chapter of real life happenings with the four friends, some hilarious, some that will tug at your heart, keep occurring until. But I don’t want to spoil it for you. Just trust me that you’ve never read final chapters like these before in any teen geared book. As Bo Branders quotes in his great message to these kids, Nothing is impossible with God.