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Ready or Not is a memoir featuring a young couple that learns more about each other and God through the beautiful rigor of marriage.

Defying cultural standards and entering marriage with no money, the couple learns that being "ready" for marriage is a fluid concept that's easily challenged as the seasons change.   

This narrative is a transparent description of many factors that contributed to their supposed “unreadiness”, from dating and shaky finances to unexpected challenges with intimacy and trauma. The story reveals marriage as a tool for sanctification and shows how though culture offers ideals concerning marriage, it is faith that makes the difference.
I Don’t Apologize is a poetic memoir that considers the compelling nature of darkness and contemplates the miraculous nature of light. The rhythmic narrative details the desperate condition and result of childhood traumas including sexual abuse, incest, and a broken home. I Don’t Apologize is a redemption story of the silenced, misunderstood, and unknown. Through various approaches to storytelling, the author leans into profound, historical truths and illustrates the power of elusive, but attainable light.


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Trauma Informed God: 7-Day devotional begins with a brief history of trauma and the origin of trauma-informed principles as a launchpad to understanding the landmine of triggers that can disturb the healing process. Each day covers one of seven principles of trauma-informed care and reveals God as the Great Physician, with great compassion for the wounded. Read, journal, and pray for the next several days as you meditate on scriptures that demonstrate the Lord's approach to healing and how to receive it through relationship and prayer.

Download it free at when you become a site member.  Also available on Amazon. 

Category: Mental Health, Spirituality
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Offering readers an opportunity to heal in the privacy of a book and with the outlet of journaling, Heartsick pulls back the curtain to acknowledge the ugly truth about loss, disappointment, grief. 

This book offers the linchpin for discussions about mental illness within communities of faith and supports with transitions into counseling and therapy.

Recommendation: Read this book with the support of a partner or a community! Join or host a book club when you visit

Category: Mental Health, Spirituality

Reader Reviews

"Heartsick made me feel seen and heard in a way I didn't know a book could changing and is an aid no matter where you are in your healing journey or your walk with God. "

- Mckenzie B.

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Great for young adults who are transitioning through relationships and decision making. Life can feel quite chaotic for anyone. Everything may be up in the air and out of sorts, but even the most chaotic circumstances can work out for your benefit. 

Chaos Turned Kairos provides new perspective on chaotic seasons in the life of a believer.
Category: Religious, Spiritual Growth

Reader Reviews

"As I am drinking in the truths of this book my heart is being realigned to the truth of the Spirit of God. When Conscious wrote this book God had me in mind. It is causing me to see the error of my ways , while being reintroduced to my loving Father. I was trying to figure out the next chapter of my life instead of seeking Him to lead me on this journey. Thank you Conscious."

- Solomon's Daughter

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