Dove Christian Publishers (formerly Conquest Publishers) offers Christian fiction, non-fiction, and videos. Our mission is to glorify Jesus Christ while entertaining, edifying, encouraging and exhorting the Church. Our products will be of interest to those who live or wish to live an active, vibrant, biblical Christian lifestyle. The company has its origins dating back to 1998, as an imprint of a non-profit organization that provided instructional books and manuals for prison and post-prison ministries. In 2006, the company was organized as an independent limited liability corporation and began publishing fiction, as well as non-fiction.
Conquest Books, Dove Books, and Conquest Publishers are imprints of Kingdom Christian Enterprises. The company is based in Bladensburg, Maryland. Dove Christian Publishers is a member of the Christian Small Publishers Association.
Can a Jew and a Nazi survive Hitler's Germany? Franz Kappel and Japhet Buchanan never expected their friendship to be tested by the Third Reich. Friends from early childhood, the boys form an inseparable, brotherly bond.
Posy's parents' marriage is falling apart. Posy retreats to an old library, selects a magical book and is drawn into its story, which has been usurped by a cruel king and queen. She battles dangerous monsters and strange creatures. Will Posy save the story, find truth and heal her own heartache?
Ripped from today’s headlines, Adverse Possession is a suspense novel about a Christian family that is tested to the limits of their faith when their beloved and hard-earned home is suddenly invaded by squatters.
Introverts are not weird.
They are not social outcasts.
They are not brooding serial killers.
And they are not created to be extroverts.
The author explains why introverts are created that way by God and are important in the functioning of the Kingdom. He examines Scriptures that support the lifestyle of the introvert, and calls upon extroverts and introverts to better understand each other.
A page turning urban Christian suspense thriller.
James Whitaker grew up in a Christian household, but fell into the temptation of teenage rebellion. After spending several years in prison, he returns home to Washington, D.C., yearning only to spend time with his devout, long-suffering mother. However, several harrowing events thwart his homecoming plans.
Carline Lissade, a troubled Haitian woman, stumbles upon a significant drug deal and unwittingly becomes a murder target. She meets an up-and-coming United States senator, who commits to helping her at his own personal cost. But both find that the trouble that plagues Carline will not go away easily. Will she survive the encroaching danger? Will those around her survive?
You go to church for worship. You sing the songs. You drop your offering or tithe in the plate. You listen to the sermon. And you go home much the same as when you arrived. Maybe for you, the two hours you spend in church every week feels like two hours of your life wasted. Church is just an institutional ritual, far from the dynamic, prayerful, powerful church of the New Testament.