The Big White Church Down the Street (Bargain Read)

Minister Calvin Allen is compassionate about people of God that are abused in any capacity. His purpose and calling is to serve God in informing and helping people make wise choices in choosing a church that lives by the Bible in words, and in deeds. Like Jesus, his focus is on the sinner, who, through bad choices and issues of life, has lost their way.
Minister Calvin is an author, minister, addiction counselor, and an award winning gospel music artist, whom God delivered from two devastating deaths. He holds two associates degrees in theology and human services, and currently pursuing his Bachelors in Organizational Behavior. He hosts an Overcomers Outreach Group weekly, while walking the streets in his community seeking those that are depraved and destitute. He volunteers on the Pastoral Team at the local hospital.

Minister Calvin is a voice of Hope for the lost—the sinner, who, seeks refuge in a societal structure that seems to be falling apart.


Meet Brother Calvin Allen

Minister Calvin Allen is compassionate about people of God that are abused in any capacity. His purpose and calling are to serve God in informing and helping people make wise choices in choosing a church that lives by the Bible in words, and in deeds. Like Jesus, his focus is on the sinner, who, through bad choices and issues of life, has lost their way.
Minister Calvin is an author, minister, addiction counselor, and an award-winning gospel music artist, whom God delivered from two devastating deaths. He holds two associate’s degrees in theology and human services, and currently pursuing his Bachelors’s in Social Work. He hosts an Overcomers Outreach Group weekly while walking the streets in his community seeking those that are deprived and destitute. He volunteers on the Pastoral Team at the local hospital.
Minister Calvin is a voice of Hope for the lost–the sinner, who seeks refuge in a societal structure that seems to be falling apart.

Patrick’s Journey

Dublin Harbour, Ireland, 1793:

When the convict ship Boddington left Ireland’s shores Patrick Rourke felt as though he was sailing away from his soul as well as from his home land.

Not so very long before he had everything to live for – he was young, strong and healthy, had a loving family and had won the affection of his sweetheart Catherine.

Then, a relatively minor confrontation with the occupying British Redcoats escalated beyond all foreseeable consequences. Patrick became a pawn in the political aspirations of the United Irishmen and suffered the wrath of the British dominated Irish penal system.

With everything he held dear seemingly lost, Patrick found himself thrust into an emotional and physical journey that saw him plummet into the depths of rage and despair as he was transported to the penal colony of New South Wales.

Would he ever see his family or his beloved Ireland again ? And Catherine – all his future revolved around Catherine – what could he hope to offer her now ?

Patrick’s Journey contains an uplifting message of the resilience of the human spirit. It is an historical fiction novel based on the real life history of one of Australia’s early Irish convict settlers.

NOTE: The sequel to Patrick’s Journey – “Diary Of A Prodigal” is now available on Amazon.

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Disposable Souls

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What does it take to survive when the Triad wants you dead?
Zoey McFarland’s massage therapy business is thriving on referrals from local physicians. So when a new spa offering massage opens nearby, she isn’t concerned—until she sees a young girl crying outside the place.
Investigating the girl’s plight, Zoey uncovers an evil hiding in plain sight. But city officials won’t believe a human trafficking ring exists in their town, and law enforcement accuses her of trying to eliminate competition.
Then, taken by the ring and immersed in the very nightmare she’s fighting, Zoey discovers the true fate of the victims is more sinister than anyone imagined.
Can Zoey pierce the veil between good and evil, and find a way to survive?
This novel of hope and courage is inspired by true events.

Where Children Run

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Twins David and Dennis Pischke’s lives change forever when their father dies, and a man damaged by the war arrives at their farm near the isolated town of Moosehorn, Manitoba. Boleslaw Domko quickly works his way into their lives and their mother’s bed.

“Where Children Run” opens with one of their earliest memories—the day Domko throws their infant stepsister against the wall. In this first-hand account, the Twins recall years of neglect, starvation, and enslavement; horrific beatings and candlelit nights spent in the nearby St. Thomas Lutheran Church. Neighbors intervene, but their efforts provide only temporary relief as the children’s mother—also living in fear—refuses to press charges.

The brothers vow that if they survive, they will someday expose their tormentor and members of their mother’s religious organization who turned a blind-eye to their suffering. This is their story—told with stark honesty and in heart-wrenching detail.

“Where Children Run” is a timeless, unforgettable book about survival; and a powerful testament to the strength and adaptability of the human spirit.

B.R.A.G Medallion Winner
Readers’ Favorite Gold Book Award