Vicki Joy Anderson
“The Emperor’s New Gender” is a short, 50-page booklet that reimagines Hans Christian Anderson’s famous children’s tale, “The Emperor’s New Clothes,” with a postmodern twist! Anderson’s tale, originally penned in 1837, still has much to teach us today concerning the woes of what is referred to in social psychology circles as pluralistic ignorance—the idea that a person who privately rejects a norm will still go along with it if they believe that everyone else believes it.
While the book specifically cites a gender-dysphoric emperor, the aim of the book is not to attack individuals in the LGBTQ movement, but rather to highlight the overly-contrived transgender agenda being propagated upon the American people by those with little to no interest whatsoever in LGBTQ rights or the issues and challenges faced by the people involved in its movement.
TRANSforming Prayer: This book is designed to guide you through one month of transforming prayer—but it may surprise you to find out who this book is designed to transform. Changing the hearts of others will require a willingness to have your own heart penetrated. Ezekiel 11:19 says that Yahweh can take our hearts of stone and give us hearts of flesh. But can we expect Yahweh to perform radical heart surgery on others when we have refused to allow Him to first test His sovereign scalpel on us? Prayer is not a statistical crapshoot where we blindly beg Yahweh to intervene—throwing requests at Him like He is nothing more than a Velcro dartboard, hoping our petitions will stick. Prayer is the result of daily intimacy with Christ. The prayers of a righteous person availeth much—because the hearts of the righteous are in tune with Christ’s heart, and Yahweh DELIGHTS to answer the prayers of those who love and delight in Him.
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JUST DUCKY written by Barbara Anderson, illustrated by Rachel Gasper.
In this heart-warming story, young readers will fall in love with Little Ducky and his barnyard friends. This richly illustrated duck tale teaches children an all-important truth about being content with the way they were made. Wise Old Duck teaches Little Ducky that he is perfect just the way he is and he doesn’t need to pretend he is something or someone else.
The (Mostly) True Story of Taylor Swine the Political Pig written by Barbara Anderson, illustrated by Rachel Gasper.
Taylor Swine is a little pig with a big dream.
She wants to be a politician.
Even though all the other animals make fun of her, Taylor Swine is determined to make her dream come true-even if it means running away from home. One day after she decides to escape, she wiggles under a fence and heads down a country road toward a promising future where she hopes to help people. When her journey becomes more difficult than she imagined, she is rescued by a loving family who eventually teaches her that there are many ways to help elect good people to public office. In this beautifully illustrated pig-tale, Taylor Swine discovers the importance of family while learning how to take an active role in the political process.
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Dr, Michelle Cretella
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George Carneal grew up in the ’70s, raised by a Southern Baptist minister in the ultra-conservative Bible Belt where his world revolved around the church, country fried chicken and trying to fit in with other boys. As disco music pulsated through the speakers in his bedroom, he plotted his escape from the misery and boredom of Southern suburbia before landing in Los Angeles; a city of glitz and hedonism. Much like Alice as she traveled through the looking glass, this is George’s journey through a queer culture fantasyland filled with drag queens, drugs and dangerous situations before discovering healing, joy and peace in Christ. This true story details his struggles in a religious world at odds with, and often hostile toward, homosexuals.
In GENDER, LIES, AND SUICIDE, Walt Heyer analyzes the issues which fuel the tragedy of transgender suicide and shares selected stories from the many people who write him seeking to undo the tragic consequences from their decision to change genders.
PAPER GENDERS debunks the glowing promises of gender change surgery and exposes the heart-breaking story of suicide and wrecked lives that the advocates would prefer to keep hidden.
Experience for yourself the raw emotions and “aha” moments from 30 people who were convinced gender change was the answer but came to see it was not. Trans Life Survivors powerfully portrays the human toll inflicted by so-called “gender experts” who push gender transition on people who don’t need it. This one-of-a-kind book.
A Transgender’s Faith tells the remarkable true story of a man plagued since childhood with thoughts and feelings that he should have been a girl. The torment intensifies as he grows up, marries and starts a family, and builds an amazing career. Desperate, he secretly seeks out a radical treatment that promises relief, but also could risk the destruction of all he holds dear.
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Dr. Judith Reisman
The Reisman Institute
Since World War II, the decline of the American culture has accelerated. If not checked and reversed, the ultimate end is chaos and some form of tyranny to control the chaos.
Only God’s direct intervention,
the greatest spiritual awakening of all time, or
the massed efforts of loving, enthusiastic, knowledgeable, and virtuous
Judeo-Christian believers can slow and reverse the terrible trend.
The United States of America has been the hope of the world since the signing of the Declaration of Independence, July 4, 1776. That wonderful document in conjunction with the United States Constitution has until recently preserved and protected the greatest freedom since the Garden of Eden. Our spiritual and civil freedom is a God-given gift not an award from government. When power is concentrated, abuses increase in frequency and intensity unless there is an ironclad commitment to virtuous, moral and ethical standards rooted in Judeo-Christian scripture.
The relentless march to America’s civilizational suicide must be stopped
for the benefit of our children and grandchildren and on to posterity,
for the benefit of the world.
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