"I Forgot To Be Afraid"
I Forgot to Be Afraid is a book for those who are sick and tired of being the prisoner of fear’s bondage. As the author suggests, we must develop a habit of walking by faith continually. When we focus our thoughts and efforts on our triumphs, we will soon develop the instinctive habit of repeating them time and again.
In doing so, our lives are constantly being transformed, our minds are being renewed, and our faith is dramatically increasing. The end result will be a long-term memory full of more triumphs than defeats!
"A Changed Perception"
With depression as one of the leading causes of suicide, this book, A Changed Perception, is the remedy to many of the seemingly insurmountable problems that often lead a person to a depressed state. According to the Census Bureau issued in February 2005,
roughly one in five adults has divorced; and one in 12 couples are heading for divorce courts after 24 months. People are often depressed because they don't have direction in life. The author contends, “If you change the way a person thinks, you change their direction in life.