Escaping the Cauldron by Kristine McGuire

Escaping the Cauldron: What You Should Know about the Occult details the personal journey of Kristine McGuire and how God restored her to faith in Jesus Christ. The book also examines the current upswing of interest in the paranormal and its effect on Christians. The first book in the Escaping the Cauldron series, this book will give the reader insight into the occult from the vantage point of one who’s been there.

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The Malacca Conspiracy by Don Brown

Set in Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, and the United States, The Malacca Conspiracy is a bone-chilling tale of terrorism on the high seas, of political assassination and nuclear brinkmanship. And for Zack and Diane—your favorite JAG characters from Don Brown’s popular Navy Justice Series—a story of hope for a longstanding romance that is now or never. When a dastardly plot is hatched in the Malaysian seaport of Malacca to attack civilian oil tankers at sea, to drive up the price of crude oil futures, and to assassinate the Indonesian president and use fat windfall profits to finance a nuclear attack against American cities, Navy JAG officers Zack Brewer and Diane Cocernian reunite in a sizzling race against the clock to foil the conspiracy before disaster strikes. But as President Mack Williams sends ships of the U.S. Seventh Fleet towards the Malacca Straights to reassert control over the sea lanes, will Navy JAG officers Zack Brewer and Diane Colcernian survive this dangerous and final high-stakes drama of life and death? You won’t be able to put this thriller down until you find out.

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Misadventures in Travel by Paula Edwards

God’s ambassadors on foreign soil . . . or sheep among wolves? Were Paula and Van Edwards called to Brazil to help spread the Good News of Jesus . . . or to gather material for a new slapstick comedy act? These “late-in-life” missionaries often believed they might be undertaking a bit of both activities. Assigned as itinerant mappers, Van and Paula were to travel the Brazilian coastline and identify fishing villages that needed churches planted there. Nothing could have prepared them for the hair-raising traffic, countless scary vehicle breakdowns, unthinkable bureaucratic snafus, survival totally at the mercy of strangers, and the endless search for a decent pousada (lodging)–all experienced in a language the Edwardses barely knew. Along the way they also encountered gracious Brazilians whose hospitality knew no bounds and an occasional national believer whose unbridled joy in the Lord motivated this American couple to push on so all Brazilians in these remote areas might know Jesus. Paula’s irrepressible humor and optimism will amuse you; the Edwardses’ commitment will challenge you to an awareness that God can use everyone.

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