Writings to Build a Foundation for Christian Living

The Alligator Book!


It's Hard to Drain the Swamp When Yer up to Yer Ears in Alligators! (The Alligator Book) is the comical and not so comical story of one minister's wife as she travels through thirty years of life in the ministry. The most common comment made concerning this book is, "I laughed until I cried. Every pastor, staff member, and their wives should read it...and church members too. It's opened my eyes to what life in the ministry is really like."

Creation Versus Evolution


Creation Versus Evolution: A Biblical and Scientific Study is designed to evaluate and contrast the biblical story of creation with Darwin's theory of evolution. This course examines what the Bible actually teaches, the scientific evidence in support of the biblical creation story, and in what ways operational science is consistent with the Bible and inconsistent with the theory of evolution.

Creation Versus Evolution (Youth)


Creation Versus Evolution: A Biblical and Scientific Study for Youth was created for home school families and youth groups alike. Teach your youth how to defend their faith. Prepare them for when they face that charismatic professor who desires to rip away their faith by teaching theories as though they were fact.

Deacons Who Really Deek


Deacons Who Really Deek will introduce you to the practical nuts and bolts necessary for implementing a true biblically based deacon ministry, and it can assist you in moving your church in that direction without causing the kind of chaos that splits a church in half.

Victorious Christian Living

Dynamic Christian Living

Foundation for Christian Living

Hidden in my Heart


This is the true story of Wilma Daffern and her fifteen-year-old daughter, Carrie. Carrie has been in a coma for over three months. Wilma has been told by doctors she will never come out of the coma - she will never move again - her mind is gone - THERE IS NO HOPE!

As the story unfolds, Wilma flashes back to events in Carrie's earlier life, as well as her own, that have prepared them for this great day. She takes encouragement from the words of the Psalmist, "But I will hope continually and will yet praise thee more and more."