New Xulon Title Demonstrates a Counter-Cultural Way of Life

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Readers will learn to depend completely and wholeheartedly on God

Our Story

The 'story' related demonstrates a counter-cultural way of life

In today’s world, politicians, media, and politically correct activists are moving Christians toward the secularization of their society and the marginalization of their Christian values. In such a society, Christian values have no relevance to daily living. Those seeking guidance as to God’s plan for their lives will see how God has been faithful to co-authors Mike and Joan Richards for more than 55 years of married life, and they will be given the confidence that God can be trusted in all aspects of life and in all situations of service. The message of their new Xulon Press book, Our Story: God Our Guide – Pharmacy Our Passport ($10.99, paperback, 978-1-60957-113-9), is that when people depend completely on God and seek to follow Him wholeheartedly, amazing things will result.

“The 'story' related demonstrates a counter-cultural way of life,” the co-authors say. “There is a need for Christians and non-Christians alike to know that in our technological, consumerist age, where selfish ambition drives so many, the Christian life and lifestyle offer far more lasting benefits than they might ever have thought possible.”

Mike and Joan—who have lived and witnessed as Christians in Great Britain, Singapore, Thailand, Rhodesia/Zimbabwe, India, and China—use their experiences of living in three very different continents to show evidence of Jesus’ presence throughout the ups and downs of their lives. The book will resonate with readers from all walks of life who wish to learn how to depend completely on God.

Xulon Press, a division of Salem Communications, is the world’s largest Christian publisher, with more than 7,000 titles published to date. Retailers may order Our Story through Ingram Book Company and/or Spring Arbor Book Distributors. Our Story is available online through,, and


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