Most of the world is lazy. Too many believers are idle. Few attain their God-given potential. The kingdom suffers because of the too many spectators who are said to be soldiers in the army of the Lord. The loss to God, to the kingdom of God, and to the lazy person that is caused by the sin of laziness is beyond measure. Must things continue that way? I do not think so. Laziness is a deadly sin. The one who commits this sin can be delivered. That is what this book is about. May the Lord bless you as you listen to it! Amen.
"Great book! Very convicting! Could use a bit more emphasis on the power of grace though"
Escaping Lucidity is the complete short works of Ty Schwamberger. Within this tome, you'll be taken on a terror-filled ride through dark woods, the desert, a graveyard, and dark streets, where monsters and strange creatures run amok. The other half of this collection is filled with characters driven to the brink of insanity, coping with the loss of loved ones, spousal abuse, and fighting crime on the mean city streets.
Fleeing from murderous Apaches, Bo Logan finds a hidden valley in the Arizona desert but he also discovers a mystery that he can't ignore. Tom O'shay, a miner, has a cabin in the valley but he has vanished and his young daughter, Bonnie, is stranded somewhere in the slums of New York City. Bo must choose between courting Mary, his new-found love in Tucson, or traveling across the country and undertaking the almost impossible task of finding young Bonnie.
Rodney's life started to spiral out of control after the untimely death of his beloved wife. He ended up on the rough streets: fighting for his sanity, his next fix, and his next meal. But it was his hunger for getting high and trying to forget his former life that was the hardest for him to control. Or at least he thought. Then came the night when he and another junkie walked into Parkside Cemetery, dug up the dead body of Becky Smithshire and...bit into her cold body. That's when Rodney's life really changed....
"Sick ... but in a good way."
In Ty Schwamberger's first short-story collection, For After Midnight, the author takes you on a terror-filled ride through dark woods, the desert, a graveyard, and dark streets where monsters and strange creatures run amok. The other half of this collection is filled with characters driven to the brink of insanity, coping with the loss of loved ones, spousal abuse, and fighting crime on the mean city streets. Are you up to the challenge of venturing into the mind of a true up-and-comer in the horror genre, today?
"A GREAT COLLECTION, A MUST HEAR!!"
Billy Fletcher learned to farm the family's tobacco fields - and beat slaves - by the hands of his father. Now, his father is dead, the slaves have long since been freed, and the once-lush fields are dying. Salvation by the name of Abraham knocks on the farmhouse door, bringing wild ideas. He can help Billy Save the plantation and return the fields to their former glory... by raising his father's slaves from the dead. Can the resurrected slaves breathe life back into the Fletcher farm?
"Serpent and the Rainbow meets Gone with The Wind!!"
Time and time again, television audiences gravitate to grotesque images and violent behavior like bees to honey. Be it curiosity or perversion, reality television shows continue to grow in popularity. All is fun and games until one new show's ratings skyrocket into mass-hysteria, causing utter pandemonium. Newlyweds, Paul and Shyla Westerveldt, must endure the consequences of stardom when they are chosen to participate in RBS' new show, Reality's Fugitive.