Jesus of Detroit

In a modern world plagued by hatred and violence, Jesus, a compassionate Black man, rises to ignite peace and spread the healing power of forgiveness and compassion. His growing popularity pits him against established religious institutions that will stop at nothing short of crucifixion to silence him. As he grapples with defending the authenticity of his mission, complications from a haunting romance challenge his beliefs.

Meet Maysam Yabandeh

Dr. Maysam Yabandeh is a computer scientist graduated from Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne in Switzerland.

Dialogue on Religion

Three friends engage in thought-provoking discussions about their religious convictions and the factors that led them to believe or not to believe. Who were the authors of the Gospels? What do the Church’s doctrines teach? Are there other writings, apart from the Gospels, that shed light on Jesus? Through a dynamic and engaging dialogue, these subjects are explored with a clear language, allowing to present different points of view. As the three friends passionately exchange their ideas, readers are encouraged to contemplate new perspectives and reflect on their own opinions about faith and religion.

Meet Enrico Degiuli

Enrico Degiuli lives in Verona, Italy. He studied theoretical physics at the University of Trento and holds a master’s degree in applied mathematics from the University of Milano-Bicocca. He worked in the financial industry for 12 years dealing with risk management, stochastic models for derivative pricing and IT banking applications. Since 2017 he has been teaching mathematics and physics in secondary school and writing on his personal blog degiuli.com. His favorite motto is the Latin expression “sapere aude”, which means “dare to know”. It represents the effort to understand the world around us using our own reason and without being influenced by others’ opinion.

God’s letters: 132 Capital Letters came during a Vision in 2001

Source of the description: Encyclopedia “Conservapedia” (article Athanasio Celia)

The publication (“God’s letters”)[68] is about a man who in 2001 recorded a vision, which contained 132 capital letters of the Greek alphabet that created a quadrangular shape 11 to 12. A study revealed that the text is readable in 115 different ways in the ancient Greek language and parallel it encloses depictions and symbols. Besides, it can be simultaneously deciphered mathematically. The whole process of the deciphering shows off an unbreakable mathematical, geometrical and theological coherence which in the end presents 10 big revealing texts. The vision-text, which has as its principal symbol the crucifix of Jesus Christ, turned out to be the Contemporary Revelation.

The German edition of that study (“Der Logos – Der Gottes Beweis”[69]), is published by the same Protestant publisher who also publishes the renowned “German biographical encyclopaedia covering persons related to the history of the Church”.[70] And it is broadly accepted by German Christian communities who also represent it through their bookstores.[71][72] Furthermore, the book is registered in the “Index Theologicus”[73] of the University of Tübingen and in other university libraries.[74][75]

Finding Her Joy

Everyone forbade their love. She had to prove them wrong.
Shamed. Broken. Dirtied. Unworthy of love. Cast away from her home and the mother she loves. Molested by her stepfather, seventeen-year-old Della is expecting his baby. She can’t support a baby and just has to get rid of it. But how?
She meets Reggie, whose kindness and high ideals set him apart. In spite of opposition from his family, she finds herself falling in love. How can she win him when his family keeps them apart?
She knows the odds are against her and vows to fight for his love. Just when it seems she has a chance, a horrible accusation turns their lives upside down. Can she do anything to prove Reggie’s innocence? If you enjoy a love story wrapped in a mystery, you won’t be able to put this book down.


Meet Donna Wittlif

Donna Wittlif grew up in West Virginia where Finding Her Joy, the first book of her Heart of A Family series takes place. She has been a lifelong teacher in Sunday schools, public schools, and college. She even taught high school one year in Costa Rica and attended Spanish classes with her students. She and her husband live in Colorado. They enjoy writing, reading, studying and teaching the Bible, and keeping up with their grandchildren.

The Gospel of John: What Happens When We Believe

Connect with the God of the Universe with the Gospel of John

“The Gospel of John takes us on a journey to understand what happens when we believe in Jesus.”

When it comes to reading the Bible and finding a daily devotional, there is no better place than starting with the Gospel of John. In this short read, you can find 21 devotional daily pages that will help you connect with God, grow in your faith, and share Jesus with others.

Each daily devotional page shares a passage from one chapter of the Gospel of John, shares why it is important, and then gives you three steps to help you apply it to your life.

This is a great place to start if you are looking for a devotional book as a new Christian or as someone who has been walking with Jesus for a long time. The best part is that each day is a quick read so you can fit it in at any point in your day to be sure and connect with God.

If you are ready to start a daily devotional habit, start right here with the Gospel of John and begin to see how your life can change with understanding what happens when we believe. 


Meet J.R. Heimbigner

J.R. Heimbigner lives with his wife and three daughters in the beautiful countryside of eastern Washington state. Their five-acre hobby farm creates a wide-open space that has brought him and his family closer to God over the last few years.

While he started his writing journey trying to help people chase their dreams, it continued into the productivity and self-help spaces before God took hold of his heart and directed him to start sharing his faith through his writing.

Now, you will find him looking for ways to help connect people with the creator of the universe. Not pushing his faith on people, but sharing it with those who are open to having the conversation. His books have been written in the same manner. Openness, honestly, and stories of experiencing a faith journey that he wants to share with others.