Healing Conversations by Pastor Dave Roberts


Healing Conversations by Pastor Dave Roberts brings to life the seven elements of how to have deep and fulfilling conversations that result in real connection with people. It offers stories to illustrate what happens when trust, humility, self-disclosure, curiosity, respect, balance, and affirmation are present and when they are not present—the joy and [...]

Full Bloom by Dr. Victoria Mondloch


What do women “of a certain age” want?  They want to feel valuable—to their loved ones, their work groups, and communities—they want to feel connected and whole, healthy, and hopeful.  Too often, though, women going through perimenopause, menopause or the years that are post menopause, feel lonely, not whole, and often, not hopeful  That [...]

Right Place, Right Time! by Stanley A. Moe


What do the Cairo Airport, Denver's Mile High Stadium and Pasadena's prestigious Ambassador Auditorium have in common? Stanley A. Moe (and the architectural firm he helped grow into a global powerhouse: DMJM/AECOM) This memoir is Stan's story and what a storyteller he is! His adventures are like no other. And he shares them through [...]

BLOSSOMING, Becoming a Woman, Get Savvy Get Strong! Discover the Secrets to Balancing Your Hormones and Your Life by Dr. Victoria Mondloch


BLOSSOMING, Becoming a Woman, Get Savvy Get Strong! Discover the Secrets to Balancing Your Hormones and Your Life is the first book in a series Susan Stroh in collaboration with Dr. Victoria Mondloch have developed and written on women’s health entitled Hormones for Life. Entering adolescence and navigating all the changes and challenges of [...]

In Search of William Wolfskill: Journey to Find the Legacy by Conchita Thornton Marusich


In her book, In Search of William Wolfskill: Journey to Find the Legacy, Conchita Thornton Marusich writes about the adventures of her trailblazing great-great-grandfather, William Wolfskill. His historic journeys over the Santa Fe Trail in 1822 and the Old Spanish Trail in 1830 are packed with exciting stories as he made his way westward [...]

Discover Maine Magazine


Sunny Blues  By Susan Stroh I look out my kitchen window, eating blueberries from Chile, trying to imagine what it might be like to gather blueberries there, but I can’t get a mental picture.  I feel sad eating out of a plastic box.   I’m over three thousand miles and too many years away from my [...]

Grit Magazine


War Hero Teaches from the Heart Bill was the California relative with the biggest laugh, the one with a great appetite for celebration.  Although always trim, family members who showed up four times a year to share holidays with huge meals, kidded him for the amount of food he could consume—going back for thirds and [...]

Pastoral Life


HELLO SOMEBODY! Reverend Alfreddie Johnson--Carrying on King’s Work By Susan Stroh Say you were a gang member in South Central, Los Angeles, and you didn’t think you would be alive in six months.  Why would you want to go to school, get a job or live an honest life?  Let’s say your parole officer made [...]

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