Sink or Swim by Karin Rooney and Jessie Santala | Deep River Books

Sink or Swim

Life After Crash Landing in the Hudson Karin Rooney had always been a bit of a nervous flyer. In January 2009, she was at a crossroads in her most significant relationship. She was about to start school...
The Prodigal Road | Deep River Books

The Prodigal Road

My Journey up the Mountain The Prodigal Road is the personal story of the rescue of an exuberant young man who became entrapped in the deceitful clutches of evil. Dr. Richard Miller—the author and subject...
Refuge Ranch: The Glory Continues | Deep River Books

Refuge Ranch: The Glory Continues

Superwoman? Super mom? Or just super dependent on Jesus? At age 51, Bonnie Walker was already the mother of 21 children, 18 of whom were adopted. She was “semi-retired” from adoption. She thought her...
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Blair’s Gap

Silencing a Multi-Generational Curse David Burdick's tumultuous quest for the spiritual began with family séances, psychic readings, ghostly apparitions, and the summoning of familiar spirits. Although his...
Where the Rubber Meets the Road | Deep River Books

Where the Rubber Meets the Road

Nine Proven Principles from the Life of Paul Zurcher In an abandoned barn in the middle of Italy, enemy fire tore through Paul Zurcher's shoulder. A distance of only a few inches—the distance from his...
Author on the Rise: Nanette Kirsch

Denial

Abuse, Addiction, and a Life Derailed: Based on a True Story Denial is the true-life story of David Wagner, a married father of five children and millionaire entrepreneur. He gives generously to family,...
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Sunlight Burning at Midnight

A Memoir Terminal. Abort. Try again. In a cold ultrasound room, a physician speaks these words to a young wife and mother. Twenty weeks pregnant, Jessica shoulders them alone, while her husband, Jason, is...
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Never a Child, Yet Always Cherished

Victoria Fink was born in a Salvation Army home for unwed mothers. Weeks later, she was sent to live with her aunt’s family of six. Before she turned three, her newly married mother abruptly took her back...