Bobbi Reilly Sheahan, JD '91, of Plano, Texas, has coauthored her critically acclaimed third book. She recently became editorial coordinator at Future Horizons International, the world's leader in books, DVDs and conferences about autism and Asperger's syndrome.
Enough: Finding More by Living with Less
Dr. Will Davis Jr., BA '84, challenges readers to trust the biblical teaching on how to use our money, time and talents to follow Jesus. Davis is the founding and senior pastor of Austin Christian Fellowship, a nondenominational church in Austin. His church has increased giving from one percent to 30 percent in the past six years.
Change-Friendly Leadership: How to Transform Good Intentions into Great Performance
Dr. Rodger Dean Duncan, BA '66, of Liberty, Mo., founder and CEO of Duncan Worldwide, has written this book based on his years of experience in leadership and organizational performance. With clients ranging from cabinet officers in two White House Administrations to C-level leaders in more than a dozen industries, he's also been a senior executive in two Fortune 500 companies.
Symmetry and the Standard Model
Dr. Matthew Robinson, PhD '09, Dr. Gerald B. Cleaver and Dr. Jay Dittmann, associate professors of physics, Karen Bland, a Baylor doctoral student, and Dr. Mario Serna have co-authored this book, representing the first in a series designed to assist students in the process of transitioning from coursework to research in particle physics.
Deep in the Wave: A Surfing Guide to the Soul
Craig "Bear" Woznick, BBA '75, of Honolulu, portrays the beauty and power of the ocean in describing the profound meaning surfing has had on his life. Woznick holds multiple Masters World Tandem surfing titles, co-founded the World Tandem Competition Tour and travels the world promoting the art that he loves. He is also a novitiate oblate of the Benedictine Monastery of Oahu.
Don't Get Suckered: How to Survive College Debt Free...and With Your Shirt
Josh Lawson, BBA '07, is passionate about seeing families set free from the burden of debt and financial stress. As director of community restoration at Antioch Community Church in Waco, he and his team have seen more than 450 families attend Dave Ramsey's Financial Peace University and more than 250 families receive financial coaching.
Homage to the Creative Spirit: The Paintings of Jenness Cortez
Recipient of the 2012 Independent Publishers "Outstanding Book of the Year" award Dr. Karen Rechnitzer Pope, Baylor art historian, surveys and celebrates fifty-four paintings that display the range and variety of Cortez's achievement. Cortez's work inspires viewers to rediscover and revalue their own creative power in everyday life.