Below is a synopsis of the book:
In September 2006, Cyndi Marchbanks, an intelligent and attractive 22 year old woman, was accused of murdering Amber Robey and her unborn child. Despite overwhelming evidence that she acted in self-defense, Cyndi was charged with two counts of murder, death or injury to a child inutero, and possession of a deadly weapon during the commission of a violent crime. If convicted, she would have to spend a minimum of 100 years in prison with no chance for parole.
Cyndi became the focal point of a media feeding frenzy accompanying the high-profile murder case. In the eyes of many people in Anderson, South Carolina, it transformed the demure and relatively unknown young woman into a notorious celebrity, a hideous monster, the cold-blooded killer of a mother and her unborn child.
Falsely Accused is a gripping account of a travesty of justice. An overzealous prosecutor who was seeking re-election completely ignored the evidence for self-defense and the conclusions of the state’s own forensic scientist to pursue a conviction. To make her case, the prosecutor latched onto contradictory statements provided by the victim’s boyfriend who did not witness the shooting.
For almost 14 months, Cyndi Marchbanks and her entire family had to live with the paralyzing fear that Cyndi might spend the rest of her life in prison. The jury for Cyndi’s trial in October 2007 saw through the prosecutor’s deception and decided Cyndi was not guilty in less than 2 hours.
This is a true story about Almighty God intervening on behalf of one of His children. It depicts a Christian family turning to God for help during a horrific 14 month ordeal; it reveals a loving God drawing a wandering child back to Him in the midst of harrowing circumstances; and it portrays God taking steps to restore Cyndi Marchbanks’ reputation after it had been dragged through the mud by a fanatical prosecutor on a mission to win a high profile murder trial.
I need to give you a warning. There is some foul language in this book that many of you will find offensive. It’s not gratuitous. They’re the words that were actually used, and I didn’t try to sanitize the story for sensitive ears.
It’s a sad commentary on our times, but the gutter language I’ve let in, as revolting as it is, isn’t unfamiliar to you or to your children. You hear it at school, on the streets, on television, and in movie theaters. If you own a satellite radio, you hear it there as well. It also contains gruesome details of a bloody shooting. That, too, couldn’t be avoided.
This is a book that you and your children need to read. Don’t let the language and the gory details stop you from recommending it to them.
Below is the table of contents:
- About the Author
- Chapter 1: A Shooting in South Carolina
- Chapter 2: No Good Deed Goes Unpunished
- Chapter 3: The Worst Day of My Life
- Chapter 4: They’re Going to Charge You with Murder
- Chapter 5: I Think I Can Get You Ten Years on a Plea Deal
- Chapter 6: Baby Hailey Dies
- Chapter 7: Let’s Examine the Evidence
- Chapter 8: The Trial
- Chapter 9: The Jury Reaches a Verdict
- Chapter 10: The Family Suffered Too and for What Reason?
- Chapter 11: Was It Prosecution or Persecution?
- Chapter 12: Unanswered Questions Remain
- Chapter 13: Manufacturing Marijuana
- Chapter 14: Not Guilty and Innocent are Light-years Apart
- Appendix 1: Protection of Persons and Property Act
- Appendix 2: American Bar Association’s Rules of Professional Conduct
- Appendix 3: Community Comments
His Name is Yahweh
- God also said to Moses, “Say to the Israelites, ‘Yahweh, the God of your fathers—the God of Abraham, the God of Isaac and the God of Jacob—has sent me to you.’ This [Yahweh] is my name forever, the name by which I am to be remembered from generation to generation.” (Exodus 3: 15)
- “Therefore behold, I am going to make them know—this time I will make them know My power and My might; and they shall know that My name is Yahweh.” (Jeremiah 16: 21)
- “Behold, the days are coming,” declares Yahweh, “when I will raise up for David a righteous Branch; and He will reign as king and act wisely and do justice and righteousness in the land. In His days Judah will be saved, and Israel will dwell securely; and this is His name by which He will be called, ‘Yahweh our righteousness.’” (Jeremiah 23: 5-6)
The table of contents is below:
- About the Author
- Chapter 1: God Said It and That Makes It So
- Chapter 2: His Name is Yahweh
- Chapter 3: Yahweh Declares His Name to the World
- Chapter 4: Yahweh is Holy
- Chapter 5: Yahweh has a Human Form
- Chapter 6: Yahweh’s Covenants and Promises
- Chapter 7: Without Faith We Are Dead
- Chapter 8: The Messiah in the Old Testament
- Chapter 9: Jesus is Yahweh
- Chapter 10: Everyone Who Calls on the Name of Yahweh Will be Saved
- Chapter 11: Conclusion
- Appendix: Jesus Fulfilled the Messianic Prophecies
- Selected Bibliography
If You Voted for Obama in 2008 to Prove You’re Not a Racist, You Need to Vote for Someone Else in 2012 to Prove You’re Not an Idiot
If You Voted for Obama in 2008 to Prove You’re Not a Racist, You Need to Vote for Someone Else in 2012 to Prove You’re Not an Idiot explains why voters in the United States need to elect someone besides Barack Obama to lead them. Whoever is elected President of the United States in 2012 will have to contend with the monumental problems that Obama’s misguided policies have caused both at home and abroad. One thing is certain, though. It should not be Barack Obama. Click here to order the eBook. Click here to order the paperback.
From the economy to scandal laden stimulus initiatives to favoritism toward unions at the expense of everyone else to foreign policy to radical Islam to the treatment of Israel to Obamacare to green energy scams to Gunwalker (a.k.a., Fast and Furious), President Obama has proven over and over again that he isn’t made of presidential timber. Even more, his adolescent tendencies prove that he doesn’t have presidential temperament.
In a nutshell, electing Barack Obama to serve as President of the United States in 2008 was a terrible mistake—one that needs to be rectified in the 2012 presidential election.
The book’s table of contents is below:
- Chapter 1: The 2012 Presidential Election will be Won or Lost in the Middle
- Chapter 2: Barack Obama is an Economic Disaster
- Chapter 3: The Economy in Light of Obamacare—Unnecessary Uncertainty
- Chapter 4: “Oh what a tangled web we weave, when first we practise to deceive!”
- Chapter 5: The “Green Energy” Scam
- Chapter 6: Barack Obama and Radical Islam
- Chapter 7: You Can’t be Pro-Obama and Pro-Israel
- Chapter 8: President Obama Thinks and Acts like a Child
- Chapter 9: Conclusion—It’s Time for Change We Can Really Believe In
- Appendix 1: The Palestinian and Hamas Charters
Whoever is elected President of the United States in 2012 will have to contend with the monumental problems that Obama’s misguided policies have caused both at home and abroad. It’s time to start thinking seriously about who that person should be. One thing is certain, though. It should not be Barack Obama.
Stand! is a gripping novel about the subterfuge surrounding the global warming debate. It lays out the facts concerning climate change through an exciting story that pits a college professor and his research collaborator against corrupt university administrators and radical environmentalists. Click here to order the eBook. Click here to order the paperback.
What Will You Do with the Rest of Your Life?
What Will You Do with the Rest of Your Life? deals with a question that every Christian has to consider: what should I do with my life? Click here to order the eBook. Click hereto order the paperback.
Below is the table of contents for What Will You Do with the Rest of Your Life?:
- About the Author
- Chapter 1: Where Should I Go From Here
- Chapter 2: For Where Your Treasure Is, There Your Heart Will Be Also
- Chapter 3: Learn to See Things from God’s Perspective
- Chapter 4: God’s Thoughts and Ways Are Not Like Ours
- Chapter 5: Pray Without Ceasing
- Chapter 6: Spend Less Than You Make
- Chapter 7: Use Debt Sparingly
- Chapter 8: Press on to Maturity
- Chapter 9: In the Abundance of Counselors There is Victory
- Chapter 10: Investing Isn’t Optional
- Chapter 11: Yahweh Looks at the Heart
- Chapter 12: Conclusion
- Appendix: Frequently Asked Questions about Stock Investing
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