Mark Andrews was a newspaper journalist most of his career, spending three years at the "Key West Citizen" and the next 27 years at the "Orlando Sentinel" as a local-news reporter and then an editor in various capacities. From January 2010 to February 2012, Mark was Editorial Director of "WEALTH" magazine, when the parent company folded. Since then, he has worked in public relations and briefly was an editor for Charisma Media, a Christian publishing company. His only other book is "Flashbacks: The Story of Central Florida’s Past," a history of the metro Orlando area, which he co-authored in 1994 with newspaper colleague and fellow local-history columnist Jim Robison. Mark and his wife, Jo, live in central Florida.
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Sword of the Covenant
A powerful invasion force intends to destroy Israel. The United States says the Jewish nation must fight this battle on its own. But U.S. naval aviators on an aircraft carrier in the Persian Gulf and Air Force pilots stationed in Turkey, all Christians, are approached by high-ranking Pentagon officials with a shocking request: Lead your squadrons on illegal airstrikes that might help save Israel.
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- Always Depressed
on Feb. 01, 2015
Kenny Roberts is an honest man. Honest about his feelings, which is rare for a man. His feelings about the reasons behind his depression sadden me. But clearly he is wanted for jobs, because he has a successful history with publishers. Concerning the house making you sad, Kenny, have you considered that the problem may be the house itself? Especially since it's a place you've lived in most or all of your life. Spirit-filled and other evangelical Christians know that generational curses are a reality. But they can be broken through spiritual warfare when you pray in agreement with Bible-believing friends. I will pray that you find the peace and fulfillment in life that you are looking for. But please remember that even if you think other people don't like you, God passionately LOVES you -- not because of anything you've done but because you were created in His image. And He created you for a purpose -- several, actually. And one of those purposes is to find satisfaction in this live and eternal life with Him in the one to come!