Dr Craig Duncan provides the basic concepts, the regimen and the vision for implementing the philosophy of “self-science”, a way of living that focuses on the importance of self-exploration and self-awareness as a pathway to a better life.
‘My father was a policeman – he was shot’ Amanda, herself a former police officer and now a corporate executive, collaborated on this book with Greg Mayfield, who was a police reporter at The Advertiser at the time of the incident.
We are very blessed to have Ivy May Wilce in our lives.
Growing up in the Northwest of Western Australia in the 1900s was a tough life. It was a place where one was wise to pay respect to the harsh, uncompromising climate in this rough area of the coastal towns of Port Hedland and Carnarvon.
This inspiring book contains incredible events experienced by Doug Willis that testify to God’s providence, provision and protection during his 60 years of missionary and evangelistic ministry.
The things shared in this book took place during his ministry in Australia and 40 other nations around the world.
An autobiographical account of Frank Gubbins’ life, 1924 – 2016.
Lyndal will take you on her journey of growing up, discovery and wonder.
Life is full of loss, gut wrenching grief and abject poverty of soul. Homelife is bitter, grievous and cruel. Age 12 she is evicted by her abusive father.
Our heroine is a child yearning for protection and genuine love, instead she’s afflicted with cruel, callous nurture from dysfunctional parents. Left to her own resources and free from any decent guidance she lives a tragic tale roaming haphazardly and hitch-hiking up and down the country.
My story is about my heart being torn between two worlds, even at a young age, I remember the struggle was there within me, those strange feelings inside of me, not knowing what the feelings were? Who am I?
PT, Percy, Perce, Papa, Uncle ….. always “Full of Joy” and “Happy in the Service” – happy in the service of his many families and friends, his fellow man, his country and his Almighty God.
Pulling no punches. Setting the record straight on Australian wrestling culture in the 2010’s.
Diagnosed with leukaemia at two, Sam astonished his medical team by surviving so many relapses before the disease took its toll.
ISBN 978-0-6483239-8-3PAPERBACKEncounters with the Spirit WorldEncounters with Spirit World contains many never-before-documented reports of peoples’ encounters with those who have left this life and gone to the next. Some of these accounts are inspirational and...
All about Glory is a beautifully, and simply written book, which carries within its simplicity a vision loaded with the glory of God.
Author Perry Ann Snodgrass’ two titles: Against The Tide, a true story of the three wives and sister of an educated convict, Thomas Armitage Salmon who arrived in Sydney in 1831 on the York. For his white collar crime, he served seven years as a clerk to the Superintendent of Stores at Emu Plains; and Colour of Shame, a story of family tragedy, heartbreak, love and courage.
Kay shares her journey of recovery and resilience to make a difference in the lives of others. This book has been written for sufferers of mental health and other adversities, to provide the knowledge that there is hope. You are not alone. There is a way out of the mess, and by being courageous and reaching out for help you can overcome anything.