My Story Your Story His Story ​​​​​​​​ ​is a memory journaling book. The reader is encouraged to write their own story from memories prompted by the authors personal story. The Foreword is written by Governor Mike Huckabee.
​Living & Dying   is a collection of writings. The stories, poems and prosetry in this book are about living or dying or both, because eveything, in every moment, is about living or dying. It's not about the fact we are still pumping blood, it's what we do and who we are while the blood is pumping.
The StoryTeller Genesis  is the first in a series of twenty-six week Bible Studies using the storytelling method. These studies are for personal or small group study. The illustrations of 19th century artist Gustave Dore´ are featured.
Quit Talking: A Speech Fasting Experience is a guide for having an effective and transformational Speech Fasting experience. A Speech Fast is a commitment to not speak for a specific period of time. You purposefully decided to refrain from speaking to allow God to speak to you.
AweGust Prayer: A Thirty-one Day Walk with God is a handbook and journal for the month long experience.
Be The Love Light Life  is a private or small group study for followers of Christ who wish to "Be the Church."
The Bible in 3500 Words: Illustrated
The Bible sumarized in 3500 words with illustrations by 19th century biblical illustrator Gustove Dore.

The Original Story of the Little Pigs is a wonderful book for parents to read to their children and may create some opportunities for great family discussions. The Little's have a day like so many families do and at the end of the day an unlikely observer is inspired to write a playful verse.
My Collection is a collection of poetry, printed on beautiful backgrounds.

The Lincoln Collection is a set of three books about the beloved President and are featured in the bookstore at Abraham Lincoln's State Park in New Salem, Illinois.
Walking with Abraham in Illinois He was a simple yet complex man, blessed with multiple gifts and in spite of misfortune, disappointments, tragedy, and a nation at war with itself, he stood firm in his convictions with resolve, humility and a sense of humor. Think not of the legend because the legend is not as dynamic as this real man, a man who experienced great heartache, sorrow, rejection, ridicule and failure. Yet he stands head and shoulders (historically and in many cases physically) above others in history. The struggle at times over took him and, if he had chosen, could have destroyed him. It was hard. It was unpleasant. At times, it was heartbreaking. Thankfully, he stayed on course.
Comforting a Nation
President Abraham Lincoln was Assassinated on Good Friday, April 12, 1865. As the news spread across the nation, pastors knew their Easter Sunday Message must change. The nation was plunged into mourning and as they entered places of worship on Sunday, they needed a Word from the Lord. They needed comfort. Many sermons and orations marked the occasion of President Lincoln's death on Easter Sunday, April 14, 1865. These sermons by prominent pastors of the day are representative the multitudes who brought comfort to a grieving nation.

Funny Man Abraham
Much has been written about Abraham Lincoln. Almost every account of him makes note of his tremendous sense of humor. Lincoln loved laughter. If he or anyone else could make him the brunt of any joke, all the better. He loved the sound of others laughing. Perhaps it was his simple ordinariness, which put people at ease. Often in conversation he would swing his long leg over the arm of the chair and speak in commonplace language. It was hard to be awed in the presence of Lincoln; he was approachable, human, and simple. He would use humor to disarm opposition, or gain good will. Humor was a safety valve for him. Otherwise, he would have been crushed by all he had to deal with daily.​​