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  • Creative Provinces: A New World of Enchanting and Empowered Communities

    by Valerie Ann Larson Haynes

    Creative Provinces presents an inspirational structure for creating the most enchanting communities you can imagine--a unique culture, travelway, industry, or environment--by a community of people powerfully organized as a group of properties. And it gives hundreds of ideas, examples, and illustrations to inspire the reader to create "Life as Art."

  • The Widows Son

    by Bill Dixon
    This is an autobiography of a man’s incredible journey finding God and his truth at the brink of death. Bill Dixon has lived an incredible fast paced life, bouncing around from place to place, experiencing situations that a vulnerable youth should never have to face. Everything unimaginable at his young age, witnessing drug deals to murder and more. Stability of a home was always a challenge and through his perseverance his path to God was anything but straight and easy. Fraught with challenges ... more
  • Mool Mantra the Spiritual Path to God

    by Paul Kalra
    Website: More than a third of Americans and Europeans say they are spiritual, but not religious, according to Pew Research Center. Spirituality was a religion without ritual or priesthood. Mool Mantra—the spiritual path to God will help you connect and harmonize directly with God without priests, rituals or holy books. Guru Nanak, the first Sikh guru has revealed to us the nature of the infinite truth in the Mool Mantra. An all-loving, inclusive, non-jud... more
  • Pull Your Self Together

    by Rebecca Whitecotton
    Imagine that you could interact with alternate versions of yourself and find out what happened on the road not taken. While on a healing journey to resolve a painful past and rekindle her spiritual connection, Rebecca realizes she can reach into parallel worlds and pull her alternate selves together into a team that experiences every possibility life has to offer. Together, they discover the multidimensional wholeness of the Higher Self, connect more fully with spirit, and create a new way of lo... more
  • Salt & Light; The Complete Jesus

    by Jonathan Geoffrey Dean

    What did Jesus do?

    What did Jesus say?

    Who was Jesus?

    Salt & Light; The Complete Jesus is the highly acclaimed and award-winning definitive statement concerning Jesus of Nazareth, history's most compelling figure. The single most important book about the Historical Jesus in the last 30 years, more comprehensive than Josh McDowell’s Evidence That Demands a Verdict and more powerful than C.S. Lewis’ Mere Christianity. However... more

  • The Reincarnation of Life: The Cycle of the Soul

    by Jeffrey Peters
    Before we begin to explore reincarnation, we first need to understand what reincarnation is and where it originates from. In basic essence, reincarnation can be seen as the cycle of incarnation or the embodiment in flesh, of a soul that moves from one life to the next. For us to understand the concept of reincarnation we need to understand the law of cyclic change, this is the law that governs all changes in life and can be seen as the never-ending cycle between life and death and death and life... more
  • Not To Spoil The Ending... but everything is going to be ok

    by Naomi Brickel
    The sudden unforeseen death of Naomi’s 15-year-old son Adam plunges her into painful shock and darkness. Over time, lights - presented in the stories, signs, dreams, and friends who connect - begin to unveil heartening messages that could only be from him, penetrating even the intensity of her motherly despair. Adams’ Hashtags provide lessons about Joy presented through the recollections of kids who knew him in their recorded messages in a funeral visitation book. Beginning with harsh details of... more
  • The Frog Hunter: A Story About Vietnam, an Inkblot Test and a Girl

    by TB Stamper

    The Frog Hunter: A Story about the Vietnam War, an Inkblot Test and a Girl, is a memoir that reads stranger than fiction.

    The author takes his readers on a fascinating, often humorous, and emotionally moving journey from deadly Ranger missions in Vietnam, to betrayal by his superior officers at Fort Ord, to the inside of an Army psychiatric ward. With a chaotic mind, trying to make sense of the war, Stamper is in a desperate search for truth.

    He turns to... more

  • Rebound for the Top

    by Bennett Essien
    This book by inspiration is written to help you find your path toward fulfillment after you've hit the rocks. It is plots the path of recovery from a failure. Are you seeking a way out of the mire, trying to break out of a vicious cycle, or torn between failure and the end of the road? This book is designed to help you to glide out of the turbulence and get traction to start over again. Experience never teaches you, but it does create the opportunity and environment for you to learn. The res... more
  • Meditations

    by Venerable Thích Quang Trí
    Meditations: Aspirations and Reflections for a Happier Life is a mini introduction to meditation book and provides over 60 gathas, poem-like mantras, to use and aid us in meditative reflection and contemplation. These sayings span multiple different categories including loving-kindness, compassion, impermanence, death, peace, mindfulness, and more. Meditations is meant for everyone from all walks of life and spirituality to help aid and guide their spiritual journey through discovering the true ... more
  • The Gospel of the Garden, A Guide about Grace and Growth. ISBN: 9798460193783

    by J.D. Fuller III
    The Gospel of the Garden, A Guide about Grace and Growth is a book for Christians who love gardening and nature. It asks readers to view their spiritual lives as gardens under the oversight of our Master Gardener. Using biblical principles and biographical snippets from the author’s varied horticultural endeavors, the book emphasizes important spiritual lessons which can be learned from gardens and the wonders of God’s grace which can be revealed there.
  • Papa's Last Words

    by R. H. Ben-Shalom
    This legacy instruction from a father to his children elaborates on the identity of God according to the Protestant canonical Bible. This religious study of theology, comparative religion, apologetics, and Christian wisdom balances both the Old and New Testament. It explores the identity of God through His Name and the Jewishness of Jesus while removing external cultural biases and historical politics. The instruction challenges mainstream doctrines but defends the divinity of Jesus the Christ. ... more
  • Even the Monsters. Living with Grief, Loss, and Depression: A Journey through the Book of Job (2nd Edition)

    A grieving father and husband. A search for understanding. How can a suffering soul find meaning and peace? First-time dad Daryl Potter never felt joy so deep. Then one week after his daughter’s birth, a devastating series of medical emergencies threatened the lives of both his wife and daughter and that innocent joy was gone forever. Daryl’s initial inability to find help in the Bible’s key book on suffering shook his trust in God. What followed was a desperate quest to find something in the ... more
  • A Heart's Landscape: An Invitation to the Garden of Moments

    by Susan Lax
    Unlock a moment of joy in each day, no matter how challenging times may be. Let this beautiful collection of stories, poems, and words from the garden of the author's heart offer insights, comfort, and healing. Some days, our hearts or souls can't find the glasses to see, and we cannot hear our own music. We find ourselves on autopilot, forgetting the preciousness of being and losing touch with our creative spirit. But on other days, our being fills with excitement, magically showing us the m... more
  • Lazarus of Bethany

    by Scott Douglas
    Lazarus is an amazing story. A man rose form the dead! You just don’t get anymore awesome than that, right! So that’s it then. That’s what we are supposed to learn from his resurrection, right? Not exactly. Jesus performed lots of miracles. John said it best when he said that there would not be room in the whole world to describe all that he did. It’s easy to look at the stories of miracles and see them for what they’re worth: miracles. But that’s a shame. If the miracle is in the Bib... more
  • Phenomenon: The Greatest Adventure Ever Experienced

    by Neil Fulcher
    From the very dawn of time when humanity started to explore our blue planet there has also always been a compulsion to find our true origins – body, soul and spirit. In this modern age we accept that those origins came from a sun-drenched primordial pool full of organic sea sludge. If you travelled back in time 90,000 years and spoke to cave people from Africa to Australia drawing on their walls and showed them the sea sludge we had once come from, they would hardly be able to stop laughing befo... more