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by Frank ClayMany Christians have claimed their SALVATION but they find it difficult to talk about “their SALVATION.” Then there are those who are wanting desperately to be saved… and to receive their SALVATION, but want to know more about what “salvation” really means before they accept Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior. “SALVATION: Go To The Word,” provides spiritual and scriptural guidance concerning God’s Word that will give you the reader more biblical wisdom – so that anyone can embrace with con... more
by Terry Wayne WilliamsAre you enjoying everyday life? Are you living happy, joyous, and free each day? Do you want to know your purpose in this life and why you are here? Do you want to know you are loved? I believe these are questions many of us would like to have answered not only in our lifetime, but also in our everyday lives. You, Jesus, and The Father will guide you down an awesome road of wisdom so that you can live a happy, joyous, free, peaceful, purposeful and powerful life. The key to experiencing it al... more
by Edward CoxTravel With Kids gives step-by-step directions on how to plan and execute your first overseas trip as a family. It includes information on how to pick the right destination and the right mode of travel, how to apply for passports and visas, and how to deal with culture shock on arrival and on re-entry. It also has special sections on how to travel with infants, toddlers, and teenagers. This book is for anyone who has ever thought about traveling abroad with children. With plain writing and pl... more
by Mary Jane WalkerA Maverick New Zealand Way Down in the Southern Hemisphere lies a land of beauty, dramatic scenery and adventure – New Zealand. Discover the stunning back country of New Zealand, through walks, treks, mountain ascents and even a spot of mountain biking. Mary Jane, a self-proclaimed ‘Maverick Traveller’ sets out on many of the walks and mountain ascents throughout New Zealand’s North and South Islands. Mary Jane shares her love of travel, trekking and adventure through this thrilling bo... more
by Zinovia Dushkova
Today, when humanity is being exposed to a variety of global crises, the need to create a new type of relationship between people is more urgent than ever before. Imagine a world where everyone lives in peace and harmony — a just society about which people have always dreamed.
How can we create a society in which everyone will be happy? What should be done so that an attempt to establish this does not fail?
In Book 3 of The Teaching of the Heart ser... more
by Barbara Pisick
Past Life regression experiences(35) helped people to heal current lifetime issues with people and places and understand fears and phobias. Life purpose awareness is an integral part of the work. The reincarnation experiences helped people to evolve their soul to another level.
by Richard RenstoneThe Permanent Employee: Best Practices Handbook is the only cutting edge book on the market for employees. This handbook provides over forty-five life-altering employee best practices that will positively impact any employee’s career and livelihood. The Permanent Employee: Best Practices Handbook is for any employee that has an open mind, who wants to drastically change their employment situation and to be on the road to employee success. After reading this book YOU WILL: •Enhance your work p... more
by Richard RenstoneMillions of people find a job and start building a career. Unfortunately, very few employees know what they are getting themselves into. Permanent Employee: The Pros, Cons and Secrets is for anyone that is searching for new insight and knowledge to enhance their employee work life experience and livelihood. After reading this book YOU WILL: • Gain a new perspective about being a permanent employee • Be aware of false beliefs and barriers that control your career and financial livelihood • Improv... more
by Richard Renstone
Written From a Personal Perspective
Permanent Employee: The Pros, Cons and Secrets is a MUSTread for anyone who is a student, new graduate, a newbie or experienced employee, that is searching for information about employment and being an employee. Are you in search of some insightful information about employment and being an employee?
Permanent Employee: The Pros, Cons and Secrets, is written from a personal point of vi... more
by Lawrence Sankar
"Beloved Hear My Heart" evokes an undeniable call to action, inspiring its readers to “make a difference in an increasingly indifferent society.”
Some years ago I dared to believe that I could write a book detaining mankind’s epic struggle from within itself. “Armed only with an unhinged audacity to right the wrongs in today’s society, I write, one line at a time.” Quo... more
by Christine O'Toole
This is the story of my journey through mental health issues, into recovery and beyond. It has been a journey that is emotional and spiritual in nature and one that has taught me a great deal. I am hoping that my journey will inspire others to reach for the best that they can be.
My story begins in my childhood and my mothers struggle with a mental health condition. The often times chaotic and upsetting moments in my life have taught me so much. I try to pass on some of the ... more
Supernatural Knowledge: The Ageless Enigmatic Credential of Saints and Terrorists Alike, How Human Nature Shapes Our Deadliest Pby Dick JohnsonReligion is held to be the source of our values and morality, the impetus behind all things good. Yet it sustains an unparalleled acquaintance with death, destruction, and terrorism. And generation after generation we fail to acknowledge, much less explore, this glaring incongruity. Historians have written endlessly on the many origins of religion, and critics have written countless volumes on the immeasurable atrocities committed in its name. But here we are in the 21st century splicing gen... more
by Pat Patterson
Dining and Driving With Cats - Alice Unplugged is a heartwarming and beguiling adventure of a couple who shares a love that most of us only imagine. Pat Patterson is a born storyteller and makes readers feel as if they are part of the road trip. This book is as much a story of sweet devotion as it is an exquisite example of discovering life's hidden joys in the smallest of everyday experiences. Not since Michael Ondaatje’s hypnotic voice in The English Patie... more
by Susan L AllenThis book is equal parts case study manual for how-to "be the change we wish to see in the world" and systems-based nonviolence manifesto. I see it as a supplementary, context-giving text for many issue-specific social/cultural and personal change classes and organizations. It is about creating sustainable relationships at all levels of human interaction. From the book: It is painfully obvious that when imbalance becomes too great a person, a mind, any system will falter unless we readjust... more
Serving Others: A Sociological, Ethical and Theological Reflection on Poverty, Diakonia, and Transformational Developmentby John Koenig & Fr. John KamwendoThe thoughts, discussions, and research presented in this book are principally focused on the responsibility mankind and the Church in its mandated diaconal role, are obligated to carry out in serving others, particularly the poor, and addresses poverty through selfless acts of διακονία (diakonia) or service. In doing so, the authors discuss the importance and significance of incorporating transformational development in the decision making process by including those most directly affected by po... more
Serving Others: A Sociological, Ethical and Theological Reflection on Poverty, Diakonia, and Transformational Developmentby John KoenigThe thoughts, discussions, and research presented in this book are principally focused on the responsibility mankind and the Church in its mandated diaconal role, are obligated to carry out in serving others, particularly the poor, and addresses poverty through selfless acts of διακονία (diakonia) or service. In doing so, the authors discuss the importance and significance of incorporating transformational development in the decision making process by including those most directly affected by po... more