Upcoming Releases

The Obama Principle

The Obama Principle

We hear about people becoming "overnight" successes and rising to stardom "from out of nowhere," but does it really ever happen that quickly, or does it take more than luck? What do successful people have that others don't?

The Millionaire Father

The Millionaire Father

Author Jeffrey M. Reitzel believes money is important. But more important, he argues, is time. Who gets more of your time, these days-your children or your job?

Making money doesn't have to mean sacrificing your relationship with your children. In The Millionaire Father, Reitzel teaches the secrets of creating wealth while maintaining a balance between family and finance.

Sinfulness of American Slavery

Sinfulness of American Slavery

What began as indentured servitude evolved over three centuries into a commonly accepted understanding that a black person was property and, as such, was afforded no legal rights. Men, women, and children of color were subject to harsh living conditions, cramped quarters, poor rations, and violent punishment at the hands of their white slave masters.

The country split in two, with Southern plantation owners wanting to protect their life-blood, economy, and perceived states' rights while many in the North felt slavery was morally reprehensible. It was during this time of upheaval-just prior to the onset of the American Civil War-that Rev. Dr. Charles Elliot wrote his controversial treatise. Using the words of contemporary politicians, preachers, and the memoirs of those who have traveled South to color his argument, Elliot paints a vivid and disturbing portrait of man's inhumanity.