Ronald R. & Simonetta M. Weik


Ronald Weik lives with his wife Simonetta near Richmond, Virginia in a pre-Civil War country home surrounded by rolling meadows and woods. Restoration of the home is a life long project along with maintaining a fleet of classic cars and gardening. He earned a Ph.D. in Microbiology from the Medical College of Virginia and taught at several universities. Simonetta earned a B.S. in Botany from the University of Maryland. Operating Oakwood Scientific Laboratory, a state certified water testing laboratory is their full time passion. Much of the material in this book has been taught and discussed in great detail with the authors' adult bible classes as well as with a number of young adults. If you would like to read more by the authors please see These Eternal Truths by Ronald and Simonetta Weik with the first chapter published herein.

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These Eternal Truths: Living a Life of Faith and Freedom
Price: $9.99 USD. Words: 96,300. Language: American English. Published: February 22, 2014. Categories: Nonfiction » Self-improvement » Motivation and inspiration, Nonfiction » Social Science » Political science
These Eternal Truths contains a message of hope for a better future for all people. The book identifies love as the critical element of successful living. Faith affects every aspect of life. Christianity is a scientifically sound foundation for living a life of faith and freedom. If These Eternal Truths are interwoven into the very fabric of ordinary life, extraordinary results will follow.
The Treasure of Troy
Price: $8.99 USD. Words: 28,860. Language: English. Published: January 6, 2014. Categories: Nonfiction » Business & Economics » Personal finance / investing, Nonfiction » Education and Study Guides » Finance
The greatest part of your life is spent in earning a living. Why live it in vain? Accumulating wealth for a better life for you and your family and living well in your retirement years should be a part of every person's goal. Anyone can make a living today but why be satisfied with mere subsistence? Take a steam shovel and fill up a string of railroad cars that you might have life in abundance.

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