By James A. Wilson I received a Facebook forward from a friend of an aphorism from Bishop TD Jakes. It reads, “When you are a giraffe and you receive criticism from turtles, they are reporting the view from the level they are on.” I admire Bishop Jakes, but this is
By Sean Frankel We decided to start posting the new releases for every week on every Tuesday! We are going to give you a list of the new releases that should be on your radar every week! A Family of Strangers by Emilie RichardsA Nearly Normal Family: A Novel by
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By James A. Wilson This author has just finished reading the landmark book of another. The book is Jerusalem, by Jay Sekulow, founder and leader of the American Center for Law and Justice, and counselor to President Donald Trump. In it Sekulow, an attorney who has argued multiple cases before
By James A. Wilson In my branch of the Body of Christ we celebrate seasons each year. Christmas is a season, Epiphany is a season, Lent is a season. Pentecost is the last day of the Easter Season but – as the birthday of the Church – it is also
By James A. Wilson The difference between procedure and protocol is the difference between doing things the right way and doing the right thing in the right way. The Fourteenth Amendment was enacted to ensure protocol enjoyed at least equal prominence alongside procedure; it was all about doing the right
By James A. Wilson Australians have just handed themselves a national elections upset like unto the shockwave of Donald Trump’s come-from-behind win over Hillary Clinton, the Brexit vote, and the return of Benjamin Netanyahu to power in Israel just last month. Pundits in Australia forecast not just a win for
By Sean Frankel Summer has officially kicked off! It is definitely time to start picking up those new trendy summer reads to take with you on your vacation(s). Here are a few of the new releases this month that the Bounty Books team have put on our summer TBR (to