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  • Serving Others/978-1-4787-7913-1

    by John Koenig, PhD and John F. Kamwendo, ThD
    The book makes it clear that there is a profound and indissoluble unity between mankind and the need to help (serve) others. They stress that “service to others” is the foundational vocation of humanity and should be expressed in all areas of our lives. It reminds us that “Every profession involves serving or attending to other people in one-way or another and that we are to ‘love one another’ and provide acts of charity and service to those we encounter each day while protecting against consid... more
  • You Can Change The World: Be A Change Wizard and Get It Like You Like It

    by Bever-leigh Banfield
    You have an ultimate magic within you, capable of transforming yourself, your life and everything that exists. You needn’t fear change, leave it to others, or get stuck with whatever happens next. You can pull heaven right out of your hat with the alchemy of your heart and mind. You just have to know how to use your abracadabra presto change-o. You can make things disappear or pop up because you are the change you crave. Your dream is a reality somewhere, ready for you to experience it by making... more
  • Who Told You That You Were Naked? A Refreshing Reexamination of the Garden of Eden

    by William Combs
    In his recent book, William Combs takes a creative and compassionate look at sin, starting where it all began – in the Garden of Eden. There. sees innocence and good intentions gone wrong in that tumultuous afternoon. Combs brings a scholar’s mind and a pastor’s heart to finding fresh ways of challenging Christians to understand one of the most basic concepts of Christian believers – that of sin in our lives and in the world – and living with the effects of us knowing we are, outside of Christ, ... more
  • What Does God Do from 9 to 5?

    by Ronald R Johnson

    "What role does God play in our lives while we're working?" That's the question that two young professionals, Dayton and Savannah, set out to answer. With the help of a unique discussion group led by Dr. Grizzled Mane, Philosopher-in-Residence at the Cathedral of Our Lord (C.O.O.L.), they begin to view the work world as a web of stories, with God acting as both observer and participant. 
    Along the way, they consider other questions: 
     ... more

  • Customer Service and the Imitation of Christ

    by Ron Johnson
    This book gives an insider's view of what happens in the daily routine of a customer service call center. It also tells how one person overcame some of his call center's inherent challenges through prayer.
  • Wisdom Better Than Wishing: Book 1 in the 1 Month Wiser Series

    by Kristi Bridges
    In 31 days, you could recognize when God is guiding you and move confidently through life. Your relationships could be less stressful and more enjoyable. You could love being you! The book of Proverbs is an operating manual for humans. Wisdom - Better than Wishing uses the practical Proverbs to connect you to our deeply personal Creator. Get the journal as well!
  • Stories from the Well

    by Tracy Medling
    Everyone has battles to face in this life. Each one has the potential to make us better or bitter, depending on our attitude and the resources we use to address them. The bigger the battle, the greater the degree of damage it can cause – or the higher the elevation from the victory over it. We often begin from the position of defeat, unable to see the path to triumph. We inherently know there must be a way to overcome it, yet we seem to get bogged down in all too familiar frustrations. We w... more
  • The Power of Choices

    by Tracy Medling
    Abortion is a power-packed and heated subject of much controversy. It is deeply personal, politically charged, and fraught with emotion from both sides of the debate. It is also the subject of many individual testimonies of pain, regret, physical damage, and personal heartache. The Power of Choices is one woman’s personal testimony of her journey through this emotional minefield. It is a look back at the progression of choices that resulted in the most pain-inducing decision of her life, the co... more
  • Humans: From Nothing to Now

    by Brett Ashcroft Harrison
    HUMANS | From Nothing to Now offers an original and illuminating perspective on some of life’s deepest philosophical questions: How did the Universe really begin? Why am I here? What is my purpose? Drawing on engaging personal story and insight, supported by historical fact and the basics of modern physics, Harrison takes you on a journey from before the beginning of time to the present moment. Grounded in your own experience of living, a new way of understanding the Universe – and your relat... more
  • The Journey of My Life

    by Eugene McCann
    You will find within this book, it is surrounded with the guidance of St. Benedict. A prayer is very powerful. St. Benedict has been my inspiration throughout my life. As I have discovered, through the power of prayer, you will find if you allow yourself to be who you are. Live in the present.
  • Salvation is a Process

    by Edwina Lewis
  • Walking the Heart Path

    by SharonE. Reed
    The perfect gift for those dreaming big dreams, stepping up into leadership, overcoming obstacles, and/or navigating change in their life, this beautiful, hope-filled book is sure to inspire. Influenced by the author's own leadership journey and some of the lessons and learnings along the way, Walking the Heart Path marries original art and insights that touch on nine key themes that are central to living and leading a heart-aligned life: Finding Your Authentic Voice, The Art of Becoming, Dreami... more
  • The Lily Pad and the Dragonfly

    by Heidi A. Mengis
    A wonderful story of how a waterbug turns into a beautiful dragonfly. The dragonfly realizes that with his HUGE wings he could fly and discovers new things he never knew existed. He remembers the promise he made his waterbug friends. He walks over to the edge of the lily pad and looks down to see his friends swimming, playing, and having fun. He gets a tear in his eye and wishes that somehow he could go back and tell them what a wonderful thing had happened. He simply looked at them and said... more
  • Equations of a being: A being who gathered Moss

    by Ashutosh Gupta
    If you have a penchant for both reason and abstractness, this intriguing piece of literature shouldn’t be missed. Equations of a Being beautifully coalesces the author’s thought pieces pertaining to the existential spectrum. Never has there been a book that blended emotions, intellect, and imagination so seamlessly, to celebrate a being in totality. The author depicts his artistic persuasion, the enriched and disintegrated fragments of his existence, and the conclusions based on his interaction... more
  • The Visit of Pope John Paul II to Japan in Photographs: 1981

    by James Paul Colligan
    In February 1981, Pope John Paul II visited Japan. His trip included Tokyo, Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Fr. James Colligan, a Maryknoll priest and journalist, followed the pope throughout his visit. This book is a compilation of Fr. Colligan?s photographs of the saint Pope John Paul II. The chief goal is to see if the photographs have the same impact as words on his appeal for peace.
  • Strength for Parents of Missing Children

    by Marie White

    Strength for Parents of Missing Children guides parents through their journey and helps them find joy and deeper purpose in the midst of pain. It's The Purpose Driven Life for parents of missing or alienated children.

    Marie has used the pain of her experience to reach out to others who are desperate for answers while their child is gone.