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by Gerry BairdFor many years I struggled to find real, lasting joy. Whenever I achieved a goal that I believed would bring me happiness I would find that the happiness I sought had moved somewhere else: to the next job, the next college degree, the next completed project, the next success. Never the current one. It was a discouraging way to live, and my dissatisfaction fueled a desire for change. Through books, mentors, good friends and spiritual guidance I learned how to transform my beliefs and thoughts and... more
by Brian JaegerGood satire is hard to find. It's even harder to write. While this is not a complete guide teaching all of the intricacies of writing satire, it does provide some biting satire and an explanation behind each story. The purpose of many of the articles was to show human flaws but not necessarily to solve problems. You can read right-wing rags or liberal laments for that. While most of the book is written as news articles, you will also find interviews with God and Satan, a sermon, and several opi... more
by Maurice Suwa“If Jesus Were Writing To Our Dying World Today, What Would He Say?” —to Galapagos and Darwin (Evolution): “O man, the splendid earth [with its fullness] and the universe [in its glory] did not ‘self-assemble.’ I the Lord God made them, and my name is Yahweh … Now, return from folly and seek wisdom; regain pure knowledge and attain true science—for then you will discern that I AM THE ORIGIN OF SPECIES!” —to Ur and Shinar (America): “O America, I am your Liberty, and you are that hud... more
by Jess FultonWhen we think about miracles, we think in terms of unexplainable by science or nature. But what if miracles were something that did not need an explanation? What if miracles could occur by just allowing them to happen? What if every minute of every day miracles were happening all around us? Perhaps a miracle is just a simple event uninterrupted by humanity. Faith should have died that cold, snowy night in November. But instead, a miracle happened. However, this gift of life, like most gifts ... more
by jon JacobsAlas, I am so far from perfection that I am often addled. I am at times simply nasty. Not humble, not kind, not gracious, simply…nasty. How I would genuinely like to be loving, and interested, and truly praying for others’ best. That is my life’s adventure. That is my life’s pursuit. To be the greatest I can be, the most beautiful and meaningful creature God made me to be. To throw away all those rags of pettiness, those valleys of remorse and sadness. This all lead me to meditation on the One w... more
by Michael HoltzI was diagnosed with stage-3b rectal cancer in March 2012. My book is the story of the lessons I learned about life and how to survive and thrive after any serious illness or difficult situation. In my book I talk about the importance of being surrounded by good people, of having an attitude of gratitude, planning for life beyond illness and so much more.
by Abbe RolnickA book of inspiration, Cocoon of Cancer: An Invitation to Love Deeply is for those diagnosed with cancer, their caregivers, families, and staff. This collection offers an insider’s look at the way life changes forever when the word cancer is uttered. The essays and poems reflect an attitude of wonder, defiance, acceptance, and beauty through the painful journey. Sometimes raw, letters to friends voice the unspeakable. The scientific voice of Jim, the patient, comes through when he has the energy... more
by Chikamso C. EfobiSpanning decades in the heart of Mushin, Lagos Nigeria, this coming-of-age tale of a charming heroine unfolds delicately and is based on the story of a young girl, Adaugo who faces difficult odds. The loss of a loved one and navigating cultural expectations and gender roles are major themes in this personal narrative documenting the growth and learning of a young girl with big dreams. As Adaugo listens to the still small voice within her, her growth from a young girl in boarding school to a prec... more
by Veronica MarmeThis book titled 'Woman of Integrity' is the Author's very first book written about her own life and journey in God. Its a Christian book but its the Author's Autobiography and or testimonies about 'how God raised her in the wilderness for 20 years before God released her Ministry and Calling to her.........which is the highest calling for her nation and people, Papua New Guinea.
by Denise BussWe are perfectly designed by God. He drafts our blueprint with distinct characteristics, traits, gifts, and talents and stamps it on our spirit before we are born. Unfortunately, Satan often succeeds at concealing our true identity when we are young. He uses an array of influences such as our family, our culture, and even the Church to wound and scar us. In this book you will witness how God’s truths destroy the lies of the enemy and heal the unseen wounds of the heart. You will discover in a r... more
by J.M. Harrison
This meaningful rare collection of 450 illuminating insights is a breath of fresh air for all seekers of the inner self. A fusion of mainstream spirituality, esoteric oneness and non-duality, NAKED BEING provides a powerful foundation for positive and lasting life changes. The author gently guides the reader into the experience of present moment awareness (the Now), and perhaps more importantly shows how to go beyond it. The powerful effects from implementing this insightful teaching are prof... more
by Jonathan Harrison
Discover the mystery of how one seemingly insignificant little word can transform your life and change the world.
YOU are THIS shares the author's contemporary philosophy of One-duality wherein the phenomenal world is recognized as real, and the Non-dual direct experience of Awareness is realized to be the catalyst for act... more
by Serene MartinThe Butterfly That Returned is a collection of 33 heartfelt messages that celebrates that beaded crystal of inspiration that followed you everywhere you went since you were born. Sometimes, it stayed in the background while you busily went about your day. Sometimes, it came out from the shadows and burned so brightly that your heart ached with joy. Very often, it was quickly forgotten. Today, it returns to you and reminds you it is yours to keep.
by Paul Hokemeyer, J.D., Ph.D.In The Gilded Couch: Lessons from a Park Avenue Psychotherapist, Dr. Paul Hokemeyer shares the wisdom he's learned as an internationally renowned psychotherapist working with the world's most revered men, women and families. Like his patients, this book refuses to fit into any prescribed box and challenges and expands our notions of what wealth, power and celebrity truly provide.
by Sherry BoykinAre you tired of squeezing a size twelve "but" into a size five faith? It's time to take aim at that "but" and kick it! In But-Kickers - Growing Your Faith Bigger Than Your "But," a compilation of Sherry Boykin's most popular must-reads, you'll be challenged to put on your big-girl faith and trust God for what everyone else thinks is stupid. And with chapter titles like Why You Should Never Walk Down the Aisle Unless You're Already Married, What Happens When Survivors of Sexual Abuse Are Validat... more
by Jane BurnsWhen Clare discovers troubling secrets in her dead husband’s papers, she turns to some unusual sources for help. Through the power and insight of shamanic revelations and gifts, she is able to resolve her struggles and restore health and stability to her family in a very unexpected way. Up A Tree includes a handbook of journeys, tools and tips for readers who wish to access spiritual guidance on their own.