What if you weren’t comfortable in your own skin?
What if you weren’t comfortable in someone else’s skin either?
Paul Olsen isn’t comfortable.
But he has no cause to be that way.
At least that’s what everyone keeps telling him.
He has everything a teenager could want.
But Paul is not satisfied. What’s wrong with him?
Maybe the nagging suspicion the Universe has him unexpectedly switching bodies?
In Book Two of this series, Brian L. Curry brings a much needed and refreshing perspective on Kingdom relationships. In an apostolic, prophetic, metaphorical, and artistic manner, Children of the Holy Spirit picks up where Passion, Protocol, and Prudence left off by challenging the reader to greater levels of God Thoughts, God Talk, and a Godly Walk with our Heavenly Father and with each other.
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"Fathers & Sons…" is a story of an uncommon love and devotion between fathers and sons.
It is a story of my recovery from two rounds of life-threatening brain surgeries to play on three championship softball teams in two states.
It includes a chapter on the most controversial sports topic of our time; Deflategate.
"Memories of Home" takes a nostalgic look at the difficult process of leaving a cherished island family home. The book depicts the uniqueness of island life as it is lived by children and adults and celebrates the strength and importance of community.
The Book of Genesis chapters 26 – 36 provides information about God blessing Isaac and Jacob with Abraham’s blessing. It includes details on Jacob leaving Canaan, marrying Leah and Rachel in Mesopotamia, his twelve sons and one daughter, wrestling an angel, returning to Canaan, and being named Israel.
When my father--the smart, strong, mostly silent type--got diagnosed with a brain tumor a few months after his 56th birthday, I figured we'd ended up with the worst Christmas present ever. Instead, he and my infant son taught me the most important Christmas lesson of all.