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by Maetreyii Ma Nolan, Ph.D.This award-winning book’s exploration of our personal and collective relationship to spiritual truths is both insightful and resonant. It affirms that we are part of an interwoven, interconnected network of life, a deep harmony that we can learn to access through Dharma. When we return to these timeless truths, we open the possibility of healing, both for ourselves and our planet. This book explores how you can walk the path of harmony and truth, Dharma, to find your own healing and bring h... more
by Paul CorsonAt age 10, Paul Corson spontaneously transcended this life into the next—he went to the Other Side, but without a near-death experience. In Regaining Paradise, Corson, a true mystic, tells us what happened on that visit and two that followed, and he answers our biggest questions: Is there a God, and if so, what is the fundamental nature of the infinite force? What happens to us after we die? If there is a heaven, how will we experience it? Inspired by these life-changing, transcendental experien... more
by AdaPia d'ErricoIn a world where it's hard to know who to trust anymore, it's more important than ever to trust yourself. 'Productive Intuition: Connecting to the Subtle' is the first book to explore the intersection of science and spirituality through story and the senses to immediately bring you into alignment with your Inner Authority. Bridging the seemingly disparate functions of intellect and intuition, you will discover the most incredible sense of empowerment. You will connect into a deep reservoir of st... more
by Sereta CollingtonScripture memorization is slowly becoming a thing of the past. However, this is a necessary practice for anyone who wants to live a life that is pleasing to God. Scripture memorization is an essential tool to rebuke the enemy and all unrighteousness. This book is a blank journal writing prompts. However, the statements are repetitive actions you will be taking daily. Each week is the makeup of seven days with the same direction each day, that will help you to practice working with the scriptu... more
by Sereta CollingtonThis journal is an investment, a secret diary of how to function while living in the external world as a child of God. But if you are a permanent resident of earth, I must warn you... this journal will change you. You will want to pack up and move out of residency-it would be for the best anyway. The Through Journal has three major parts they are yearly, monthly, and weekly. Within each part, you can personalize your devotion, your prayers, your church events, and so forth. After using this J... more
by Sereta CollingtonThis journal is a combination of a guided journal, bullet journal, and devotion all in one. It allows you to track your prayer, gratitude, and testimony for the lent. It will give you more insight into the words by having you answer questions about the Scripture you read. Below is the structure of the daily journal. As you will see, the Holy week is a different format and follows a shorter devotional. Journal daily structure: Day 1: read, write, reflect Day 2: Write the scripture from the NLT or... more
by D.M. WebbDo you desire to no longer be alone? Do you yearn for understanding and hope? Do you wish for a closer walk with Jesus? When a relationship ends, whether through divorce or death, it leaves us with heartache and sadness. Fear of loneliness overwhelms our soul. Anger at God consumes us. We are suddenly thrust into unknown territory, lost and bewildered. In 30 Days: A Devotional Memoir author D. M. Webb shares her three year spiritual journey through this collection of thirty devotions des... more
by Lloyd Davis
The book is a journey through the many experiences that aided the main character in the development of an action driven attitude towards success. The story begins with a heart wrenching event, it then jumps to an earlier point in the main character's life, then works its way back to the present.
by Tina WebbTragedy propelled an African American homemaker to desperately seek God for answers. “What will it take to free the world from brokenness?” She came to understand the personal and corporate stressors that weave through families, neighborhoods, and society, and how to help people navigate through life despite the challenges.
by Mark Justice“The unexamined faith is not worth believing.” With those words, Toxic opens a visceral, earnest, and frank exploration of the Bible. Focusing mainly on portions of scripture that the Toxic Christian Church tends to ignore or gloss over, Toxic actively engages these troublesome passages in order to show a much more complete, daresay honest, picture of the Christian God. Christianity teaches that the Bible is God’s Word, so why does Toxic Christian doctrine ignore the Bible’s many troubling passa... more
by Ramzi Najjar
The YOU beyond you — A book that will change your perception of life
We always experience life through our subjective perceptions, built-up beliefs, and what we have been taught or told by others and seldomly stop to meditate on the reality which surrounds us.
Most of our beliefs and perceptions today are nothing but a collection of misleading ideas due to the many blockages in our lives, that hinder to a great extent our understanding of our own reality.... more
by Dr. Stephen A. RobinsonWhy write a book about church growth? There are so many books about how to grow a church and what you need to do and not to do. I have read most of them and while some have helped, most cannot pinpoint exactly what’s required in order to grow an effective ministry. This book is not so much about church growth as it is about a journey forward into God’s will. It is more about staying the course despite setbacks and discouragements. It’s about perseverance - one of those words church planters o... more
by H Doyle SmithThe Bible is more than just the collection of sacred texts. The Bible tells of God’s powers—God is omniscient, omnipresent, omnipotent—and more. Most people think the Bible is simply a written recording of anecdotes of God and his interaction with humans and the testament of his power. But there is more to the Bible than just history of God’s greatness. Everything we need to know to be saved are all in the Bible. The scholars have excluded the apocrypha, supposedly preserving the teachings tha... more
by Marilyn LeeIt is easy to lose one's drive in life in times of distress, and at this time in history, distress abounds. It does not only come from one’s personal dilemma, it can come from outside forces such as news, politics, society’s expectations, and more. How does one carry on with their journey in life when it seems negativity comes at them left and right? Through inspirations—one carries on with life through inspirations. These can come from anywhere as well, starting with one’s own thoughts and i... more
by Patricia N. MitolaMatthew 6:33, "But seek ye first the kingdom of God and His righteousness and all these things will be added unto you." has been her life verse. "My prayer is that the examples presented will lead to a reality of the walk in the Spirit. Perhaps the realization of the need for the relationship with Jesus Christ will be acknowledged and your new life will begin. It should bring peace, joy, and purpose, rather than, "Well, I had my devotions today." You will know His presence as you face every tr... more
by David Dale MurdochIf you have ever witnessed a quarterback in football using a silent count, you can get an idea of what is happening today. No one apart from the members of that team will know when and how to execute the play. This can only be accomplished if the team is proficient and knows what their leader is doing. The reason the silent count is used in most cases is there is too much confusion and noise for the team to hear an audible count. Our Father is not the author of confusion and He does have a plan ... more