A united nations member states committee debate in October 2019 noted the importance of fostering stable families and promotion of its role in social protection of youth and the vulnerable in many countries. The family was noted to help societies be more inclusive.
The debate also noted that balancing work and family remained a challenge for many families in Europe.
The Biblical perspective says God made the first family to ever exist and placed them in a good environment. His actions shows that He wills wellness for the family.
Nora and Nia is therefore a creative family book. It is written to be read and hopefully be an inspiration in helping foster stability in families while supporting it in playing its vital role in social inclusion. Through integration of healthy stabilizing values like play, creativity, work and godly Bible training in daily routines.
I hope you and your family will enjoy reading it.
Nora and Nia: Family Collection Book 2 is one of a three part series.
Brandon McAllister has fallen hard for Leslie Baggett and she for him, but Leslie’s mother moved her family from Charlotte, North Carolina, to Dallas, Texas, and keeping in touch becomes hard. According to their agreement, Brandon goes to Dallas for Leslie’s junior prom, but Leslie doesn’t come to his senior one the next year. A confusing, vague letter gives little information. The series of events to come next leaves them both reeling. How do you face a future when all your hopes and dreams have been shattered?
Without A Dream is part 2 of Janice Cole Hopkins’ Another Chance series.
The Human Factor (Victory to Dystopia Series Book 2)
Money may be the mother’s milk of politics, but no amount of money or politics has been able to get astronauts to Mars.
Mars Expedition I results in the deaths of its astronauts. Years later, Mars Expedition II seems headed toward the same disastrous ending, with its astronauts defying Mission Control’s orders from Earth and the political agenda of the mission’s chief scientist, Dr. Graves.
Already defeated while trying to manipulate the astronauts’ selection process, Dr. Graves now uses technology to force his will onto those hurtling toward Mars to establish its first successful human colony. Astronauts Bill and Jackie want to accomplish Mars Expedition II.
But doing so is costing more of everything — time, commitment, perseverance — than the bureaucrats or computer models predicted.
The series covers the 150 years of American history from 1945, when the United States took on the mantle of the number one world superpower, until 2095, when it has descended into a dystopia controlled by private citizen technocrats and governmental bureaucrats and the computers and drones they use to control a no longer free people.
When the earl’s heir comes to the silver shop to buy a gift, he and Glenda are drawn to each other, but his family will never approve of her. Besides being a common shopkeeper’s daughter, her father is a braggart, and his boasting is bound to bring trouble. Little did she know it would involve her; Keynan, and an impossible task of spinning. With one dilemma following another and no end in sight, what will become of them?
This classic tale set in the Middle Ages comes alive with characters that will steal your heart. The timeless plot becomes believable and all too real in the novella that will leave readers turning pages to see what happens.
As a teenager, Jeannie MacGregor ran away from her brother’s remote mountain cabin in Wyoming and went back to live with her aunt in Baltimore. She needs some sort of social life to meet her future husband. When the first man she finds interesting rejects her, she turns to the next man who shows her attention.
Is Linden Olsen everything he seems to be – suave, gallant, wealthy, and from high society, or will she just end up returning to Wyoming in a series of events that leave her reeling?
Past Storms can be read as a standalone or part ofthe trilogy. It does have a definite ending, although the family’s story continues.
It’s been said, “If you can remember the 60s, you weren’t there.”
The saying “If you can remember the 70s, you were there” is even more true.
On the eve of 1970, four former bandmates of the rock group The Aspirations have their lives changed forever by the war in Vietnam and draft lottery. All of that is only a prelude to what they will encounter during the turbulent decade when the Me Generation seemed to say: “Ask not what you can do for anyone else. Ask what they can do for you.”
Me is Book 2 in the Americana Series, which takes a look at America during different phases of its history. Each book in the series can be read as a stand alone.
Juanita López loves God and her family and only wants to make them happy.
Sent to Boston to become a lady and find a suitable husband, Juanita López quickly tires of parties, fancy ball gowns, and dandies vying for her attention. When racial prejudice attacks from an unexpected source, she longs to return to Texas and her beloved home, the Triple P Ranch.
Pete Murphy is hiding from everyone, including God.
Pete, a cowboy with a facial scar and a wounded spirit, arrives at the Triple P, wanting nothing more than a fresh start. He accompanies his boss to Boston, where he meets the lovely Juanita López. At first, he can’t believe that she could find him anything but hideous, but eventually he accepts she can see beyond his physical scar and past sins.
But Pete’s former life catches up with him, putting Juanita in harm’s way and threatening to destroy their budding relationship. Can Pete save Juanita before it’s too late, and will their love survive this obstacle of their faith?
JASMINE FARMER CAN HARDLY contain her excitement as she finishes high school and begins college. She meets three young men who might be serious boyfriend material.
Cameron is a great guy and her brother’s best friend, but she feels no romantic spark when she’s with him. Michael is so shy he’s easily overlooked, and Reuben is charismatic but pushy and moody. When all three dates end up with their cars vandalized, Jasmine wonders what’s happening.
In the meantime, Isaac, her brother, is having his own set of problems. His girlfriend breaks up with him to pursue a career in the theater; and Edna, his acting mother, falls and breaks her hip. When Libby Robinson comes to help out, Isaac finds himself attracted to her. He’d seen her for years because she’s Jasmine’s best friend, so why is he just now noticing how special she is?
The Prince of Alexandria (Turning Point Series Book 2)
Egypt is on the brink of civil war. It’s not present day but 1882, when an American journalist and British soldier meet in Alexandria and become co-authors, eventually writing a book about their dangerous times.
The journalist finds the big story he’s been searching for and sells it to newspapers back in America.
The soldier, Benjamin Worthington, finds love with an Egyptian woman but her father objects and duty sends a broken hearted Benjamin to India and then Hong Kong before returning to Egypt and then South Africa. He serves when the British Empire is in decline and the Ottoman Empire is beginning to lose its control of Islam. Nations now demand independence from both empires.
The journalist, Rod Lee, returns to his home in Indiana. He also finds love and more than he can handle when he battles life threatening political and social corruption fueled by the KKK.