This book is written in memory of my brother Neil Adam who sadly passed away from Cancer. Given less than a year to live he set about raising money for Cancer Research UK. The day he died I decided to carry on his fund-raising activities and determined to run the London Marathon in his memory. This is the story of what turned out to be one of the biggest challenges of my life.
Brandon wrote this book to motivate, inspire and challenge athletes to recognize the importance of preparing for life on and off the field, but ultimately to help others discover their full potential and their God-given purpose beyond the game.
When the fiery darts of trials and temptation hits your most vulnerable and precious points, what do you do? Do you try to fix it, or seek the help of experts in the affected field? How has that been going so far? Find out how God's grace might be that missing link in setting back setbacks.
You may not be standing in bread lines, but more and more people are lying awake at night worried about their jobs, their money and their future. Are you sick of keeping your head above water? Are you sick and tired of counting your pennies? Looking for a way to be free of the constant fear that one day you’re going to walk into your office and find a pink slip sitting there waiting for you?
On the Meaning of Sin proposes a different take on the mechanics of sin and rebirth in hell, coming from the perspective of an unorthodox trajectory in the worlds of arts, science, and Oriental philosophy.
Do you know what people do when they are very depressed and have NO hope?
This narrative nonfiction tells a story of my near-death from the subarachnoid brain hemorrhage and my despair after experiencing critical setbacks.
This story is to tell how I regain HOPE from the depression during healing!