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by Damon Powell, Ph.D.The overarching aim of When We Pray is to explore the connections between prayer, meditation, and aesthetic experience in ways that are both insightful and practical. Each of the eight essays takes the reader on an exploration of topics such as: the role of imagination in prayer and manifestation, the aesthetic aspects of enlightenment, the role of signs and symbols in the spiritual life, and more. As you explore these topics you are also invited to feast your eyes upon professional illustration... more
by Kelly Anne WhiteThe Legend of the Fairy Stones is folkloric fiction, scientific fact, and whimsical artwork blended beautifully in a lyrical verse-driven fairy tale. This unique stand-alone picture book shares the fictional legend of how real-life fairy stones were formed. Woodland lore has it that the cross-shaped stones came from the solidified tears of forest fairies the day they heard that Jesus died. The Legend of the Fairy Stones takes readers on an upbeat journey through a land filled with joyful fairies... more
by Jennifer Bryant
~ Where Magic and Mystery Take Flight ~
Angels in the Woods is a magical journey empowering both children and adults to be true to themselves and stay just as they were made… with a child’s heart, happy, loving, and worry-free.
In these mystical woods, a magical woman guides two beautiful children through the woods helping them understand some of life’s upsetting thoughts and feelings. Along the way, the children meet many woodland friends who share their magica... more
by Carl BellamyThe Storm of Deliverance is by far one of the most brilliant and inspirational books written today. The concept of the book is the perspective of our human behavior characteristics and how the are connected with the weather as well as the five stages of dying, all symbolizing a unique physical, emotional, and spiritual bond. What makes the reading even more intriguing is the "personal connection" to each individual reader that is experienced throughout the journey of the book, revealing subconsc... more
by Stephen Beale
This book takes a critical look at the common exegetical principle of "interpret unclear verses in light of the clear verses" and offes a Both-And alternative
by Jane RamseySUDDEN RETIREMENT UNLEASHES A LONG-AWAITED CHANCE FOR EVOLUTION, REINVENTION, AND FINDING THE ANSWERS TO LIFE'S MYSTERIES When corporate executive Jane Ramsey found herself facing sudden retirement, she embraced the opportunity to embark on a long-awaited metaphysical journey of discovery and reinvention. With one foot grounded in the rational world, and other in the ether, she pursued her lifelong dream of becoming an artist and wisdom-seeker, experimenting with new mediums of painting and... more
by Nina GuilbeauI was a stripper. I was an alcoholic. I was a drug addict. I was a prostitute. I was sexually abused and I was the worst mother I could have ever imagined. I didn’t know God and when I did, I turned away from Him. Yet God never left me. He persisted in order to save me spiritually, mentally and physically and for a long time I didn’t know why. I had not earned it. I was not a strong believer and many times I did not believe at all. I never felt special or valued or worthy. However, in my story I... more
by Kristin S. KaufmanFROM THE AUTHOR When a seat is saved for us, a door is opened to a new learning opportunity. I have had the good fortune in my life to have many seats saved for me—both literally and figuratively. In this final book of my Is This Seat Taken? trilogy, I invite you to join me in revisiting moments in my life when I discovered the unmistakable wisdom revealed to me through the “seats” in which I was seated, from an empty folding chair at my high school reunion to the most formative roles of my ca... more
by Joshua DavidSeed falls from the heavens and judges humanity. One foretells of the coming calamity, but the words are heeded too late. Few remain after the war against the cosmic demon. Long confined to one of the few outposts left on Earth, Sal accepts an unauthorized mission to find a survivor lost in the Vegas wastes. He believes his target is special, imbued with a spirit that might finally turn the tide against the darkness. But to save her from the risen still haunting humanity, he'll have to fight a... more
by Donna MartinsAre you seeking inspiration, encouragement or simply need a booster to remind you of the precious gift of today? Inspirational Quotes for a Beautiful Day is your go-to inspirational visual collection that will infuse your day with motivation and countless reminders to smile and appreciate today. This pocket-sized picture book is also a perfect gift to inspire anyone for any occasion. Enjoy Reading and Be Inspired!
by Ama Vac
While I check myself fortunate that I haven't been available for quite a long while (I swear I'm not scouring it in), a significant number of my companions have turned out to be progressively baffled by how troublesome dating is, particularly after 30. In any case, what makes dating after 30 not quite the same as dating in your 20s? Turns out, there's a great deal. I addressed dating and relationship specialists just as ladies who are exploring dating after 30 to discover what'... more
by Johnson ChongAuthor Johnson Chong explores the obstacles and triumphs of being a second-generation Asian American gay man, split between a conservative upbringing and living his truth. Follow his journey through the pangs of youth, to growing self-awareness and life-changing lessons in India and abroad. This is a courageous story of shifting old attachments of self-rejection and shame into a new paradigm of peace and unconditional love. It is about embracing our emotional fumbles and self-deprecating tendenc... more
by David Smith
When asked ‘Who’s got your back?’ most men will simply answer, “no one.”
“Men don’t have friends in the same sense that women do. But it doesn’t have to be that way,” says Author David W. Smith.
Who’s Got Your Back? will motivate men to build satisfying relationships which will be there during the ups and downs of life.
“David shows us how we can be strong, task-oriented, and achieving but also warm-hearted an... more
by Judi Mason
I love stories! When people start telling their stories, others often join in with their own stories. Stories can make us laugh, they can make us cry, and they can be inspirational.
Humorous and inspiring, this book is a collection of real life stories based on the law of attraction from people of all ages, from all over the world.
Stories from the Law of Attraction has many examples of people creating what they want, including mon... more
by Mike LarsenAbout the book Over my years as a pastor, I’ve heard some tough questions asked about the Bible and about God. These were hard questions my church congregation had, and these were also difficult questions my congregation heard from people they encountered. They needed answers. To help equip our church to be on mission, our pastoral team solicited questions from our church family about faith, people, and life. 1 Peter 3:15 became our guide post for the series: “In your hearts revere Christ as... more
by Joanne GilbertIs your life right now as a follower of Christ a beautiful adventure? Are you living each day joyfully and expectantly, full of hope, basking in God's great love for you? Are you taking advantage of every opportunity He sends your way? Are you joyfully overcoming trials and storms that you encounter? Are you hearing His voice, His purpose and His calling on your life? Or are you afraid to get out of the boat and really walk in the path He has set before you? Perhaps you're not really sure how to... more