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  • William Slonaker: Benjamin Sunday and the Warlord's Companion

    William Slonaker: Benjamin Sunday and the Warlord's Companion
    "The unlike is joined together, and from differences results the most beautiful harmony." - Heraclitus The tomb of an ancient Chinese warlord becomes the doorway to an incredible mystery. Follow archeologist Benjamin Sunday and his lovable Labrador, Bonnie, as they discover that the most valuable treasure is so much more than gold.

  • Erwin W. Lutzer: One Minute After You Die: A Preview of Your Final Destination

    Erwin W. Lutzer: One Minute After You Die: A Preview of Your Final Destination
    When you slip behind the parted curtain, your life will not be over. Rather, it will be just beginning—in a place of unimaginable bliss or indescribable gloom. This updated edition of the bestselling One Minute After You Die opens a window on eternity with a simple and moving explanation of what the Bible teaches about death. Erwin W. Lutzer brings a biblical and pastoral perspective to such issues as channeling, reincarnation, and near-death experiences, what heaven will be like, the justice of eternal punishment, the death of a child, trusting in God’s providence, and preparing for your own final moment.


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Just a pilgrim making his way home.


My pilgrimage began on June 9, 1957. Born of a wonderful English lady and a kind and gentle American serviceman (Air National Guard), I grew up in rural West Virginia. In 1970, I understood that, as a sinner, I needed a Savior. At the invitation of an associate evangelist of The Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, I accepted Jesus as my personal Savior. Since then, I've tried to do my best to live a life that honors Him - but my best efforts never get me more than what I have always found in Him - inexhaustible forgiveness and unconditional love.

As the years progressed, I desired to serve Him in a vocational ministry. I attended a Bible college in Maryland and a theological seminary in Dallas, Texas with a heart that desired to serve in a church setting being nothing more than a "Barnabas" to a "Paul". I never got that chance - but I have traveled on with one simple goal. To do my best for my Savior.

I have lived a single life. I have always wanted to be in a position to go anywhere at anytime to help anyone with anything as unto God. In this life choice, I have often found lonely times - but even in my loneliest times I have found that all along my journey I have a constant Companion. Even though at times I may feel lonely, I am never alone...

Along the way I have met some some amazing and wonderful people. I have a beautiful sister who is wise and talented and is spending her life serving as a mother and as a nurse, teaching a new generation of nurses. I have a niece who is kind and creative and will someday inspire the next generation of kind and creative hearts with her teaching skills. I have a nephew who can beat the pants off any computer game no matter what generation it may be!

As for me? Read Psalm 73:25-28


Reading, writing, listening to music (all sorts), trying new recipes, watching old movies.