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by Anna Mitchell HallChange is inevitable. Make it transformational. Life After is a guide for facing life change without fear, embracing changes and transitions, and finding spiritual wisdom in unexpected and even unwelcome change. Life After is perfect for anyone facing change in their lives or faith. Using research from brain science and transformative learning, Life After offers an approach to life change that goes beyond mere persistence and towards true transformation. Life After includes strategies and sp... more
Secret Facts about Virgin Mary, the Rosary, Eternal Life, and the Mysterious Power and Supremacy of ''9''by Dennis ChikataAfter God had created everything in this world, He later in heaven decided to create the “Rosary” and handed it over to the Blessed Virgin Mary and told Her to bring it down to the world for our use. Why and when did He take this decision? You will soon find out. And so it happened that on the 16th of July, 1208 AD, Mary descended from heaven with this First Rosary and handed it over to a Rev. Father living in Toulouse, France, by name Dominic ( now a Saint); as she was directed to do. Why ch... more
by Kettly Calixte
Not a Mere Coincidence is a nonfiction spiritual/inspirational book that aims to inspire men and women to realize that we are being assisted by a Higher Being all the time. If we look closer we can interpret our stories in a positive way. Discern our blessings and practicing thankfulness. Gain strength and wisdom.
by Anita E. KeireMustard Seed Thoughts are: . An undogmatic and reasoned approach to find God today . A minister's thoughts about life, love, good , evil, doubt, and faith . Who or what can we trust . How to confront worldly temptations and spiritual challenges . Bible history and stories . The message of the Bible and how it applies to our everyday life . Struggles with doubt, faith, and the meaning of life . God's grace, love, and forgivenss shown to us through ... more
by David FriedmanIn today’s complex and challenging world, we often find ourselves facing problems for which there seem to be no answers. In this practical and inspirational book, songwriter and author David Friedman explores the idea that there are ALWAYS answers, and they often come in ways we don’t expect, if only we are willing to be open to the possibilities. In 1990, David wrote the song, Help is on the Way, in response to the AIDS crisis. First sung by Nancy LaMott, it has since become the theme song for ... more
by Charles McCormackIn Essence, Charles McCormack, LCSW-C, using his own life in illustration, makes palpable the constraining effects of an unhappy childhood on imagining who we can become in adulthood, as well as on the capacity to internalize whatever successes we achieve, thus helping to explain the depression, drug abuse and suicidality of many successful people . With unalloyed honesty, McCormack lays bare his essence revealed in the personal and professional ordeals of his life, along with the lessons he’s d... more
by Karla J. NolandThe Day My Heart Turned Blue: Healing After the Loss of My Mother After witnessing her mother’s death, Karla J. Noland struggled with the uncertainty of what life would be like without her. Then, while packing up her mother’s belongings, Karla uncovered a collection of journal writings and prayers that changed her life forever. The Day My Heart Turned Blue: Healing After the Loss of My Mother was written for people reeling from the death of a parent and needing encouragement and direction to he... more
by Anna HallChange is inevitable. Make it transformational. Discomfort with change blocks transformation in churches and individual Christians every day. Yet the current landscape of church in the US is one of inevitable change: shrinking attendance among committed members, population shifts from rural to urban, and increasing numbers of people for whom church is an afterthought, at best. We have now lived through a period of unrelenting forced changes on congregations due to a pandemic. For those churches ... more
by Tannette CalderonIn God Favors You, Tannette Calderon relays the timeliness of what we can do to enrich our lives and others. We all have questions of why are we here on Earth and what shall we be doing with our life. We need answers, direction, and guidance. God Favors You touches upon and answers a number of questions, and some of those questions are listed on the back cover.
by Link ThompsonTo Honor Our Creator by Honoring our Inner ?small? Voice. Then reveal through my life storyline, a memoir for the benefit of my precious Grandchildren and also share with the world, my perceptions of How Our Creator gets things done within His Universe, and the Means that He used to create all that is both tangible and visible, and all that is both intangible and invisible as well. Our Creator created transmutable energy within our Universe, or which can transfer from one form to another, but ne... more
by Carolyn Thompson
"I had been living with suppressed unanswered 'why' questions for years: why would God have allowed my abuse? Why would He have sent me back home when I was 12, rather than rescuing me?" - Carolyn Thompson, Open Eyes, Happy Heart
After surviving a hidden history of childhood sex trafficking, Carolyn had a major problem with the idea of God as a loving Father. But God had a purpose in her pain and a plan for... more
by Rex Nelson Greenwald
"One Lifetime is Not Enough" is mostly a true story. However, the essence of the story is about not judging anyone or anything by outward appearances, and that we are to find the inner character and follow the guiding principle of love that God shows and gives each of us willingly. "The world needs this message," said Greenwald.
by Hurdis V. Davis-RichardsonHurdis V. Davis-Richardson examines the true meaning of obedience and explores the relationship between one’s positive or negative responses.
Where Compassion Begins: Foundational Practices to Enhance Mindfulness, Attention and Listening from the Heartby Jared Seide"Where Compassion Begins" is an invitation to build the muscle of compassion, through exercises and practices that enhance our capacity to listen from the heart and, in so doing, take care of ourselves and those around us. When we listen differently to someone’s story, without judging, we create the conditions for compassion to arise. The practice of council, described and explained in this book, asks us to lean in, to learn ways we can skillfully attend to the pain we recognize in ourselves and... more
by Gregory V. DiehlMany people struggle throughout their lives, unable to identify the source of great inner existential discontent. No matter their material comfort or good fortune, they cannot escape the idea that they do not live the lives they ought to. They are not in environments that support their deepest personal growth and development. They are not the people they feel they are meant to be, and the world never works the way they know it could. Every day, exceptional minds like these begin to suspect th... more
by David Fiensy
The Christian life is not walking the line ... it is hitting the road...
Fiensy focuses on Paul's autobiographical references in his letters to the Galatians and Philippians to explore spirituality. Each chapter has:
• A new translation of the verses being studied
• The explanation and application of the verses to everyday life
• Four discussion questions for group interaction
• A section of additional information to go deeper into the script... more