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by Carol Lynne FouadThis book serves as an inspiration to those who are willing to think and act from outside the box especially when it comes to surviving cancer or other serious illness. The Empowered Cancer Journey reminds us all of our innate ability to overcome the challenges that enter our lives, which very often serve as a wake-up call.
by Bernard ThorogoodIf you have some interest in the story of the Christian Church through the ages but not tackled any of the large, comprehensive volumes that seems daunting, this is a starting point. It provides a brief introduction to over a hundred topics, from Adam to Zionism. The author provides a vivid glimpse of the great movers in church history and the movements that have created the church as it is today. BERNARD THOROGOOD. Born in Sussex, prepared for ordination in the Scotland, and serving as a mis... more
by Nirali Shah
The Everyday Gita captures one of the most important spiritual conversations in the history of mankind – the ancient dialogue of the Bhagavad Gita – and illuminates it in a fresh, modern context. It draws realistic parallels to a breadth of 21st century life conflicts: directly applying Krishna’s enlightening wisdom for the lost Arjuna to each component of our lives today.
Guiding you through your own unique life situations, like dealing with death, building a career, comprehending ... more
by Ivy EarlyGod's sanctuary should be a holy place for worship. For He is Holy. The pulpit should be respected as a holy place. We should never disrespect God’s sanctuary. In today’s church, there is too much chatter, bickering, and socializing before the worship service began in the sanctuary. We should enter in with a heart of respect, expectation, Thanksgiving, with a readiness to worship, praise and to receive God’s Word. A mask of pretense and playing church and not taking God’s ways serious has infilt... more
by Bernard Thorogood
If you have some interest in the story of the Christian Church through the ages but not tackled any of the large, comprehensive volumes that seems daunting, this is a starting point. It provides a brief introduction to over a hundred topics, from Adam to Zionism. The author provides a vivid glimpse of the great movers in church history and the movements that have created the church as it is today.
BERNARD THOROGOOD. Born in Sussex, prepared for ordination in the Scotland, and serving as... more
by CarterPressSatan and God Almighty choose up sides for the ultimate fantasy baseball game of all time. One hundred of baseball's greatest players living and deceased play at historic Ebetts Field where the future of Mankind hangs in the balance. --------- What if God and the Devil were to draft their own fantasy baseball game? And what if they really played that game with players living and dead, in the ghost of Ebbets Field--with the fate of the universe hanging in the balance? On one of my visits... more
by Susan ChampionThis book is for anyone aged nine to ninety plus. Dip into it at any time of day. Read it quietly or out loud. Let it uplift you.
by Lois HermannOur world today is experiencing escalating and intense levels of catastrophic assaults on humanity, our animal kingdom, and our planet. Chronicles of Hope lays the foundation to circumvent this downward spiral of negativity in our world. During a standard hypnosis session, leading Board Certified Hypnotist, Lois Hermann, was working with her client, Gary Scott, on sleep issues. The sessions took a surprising turn to conversations with wise spiritual beings who call themselves the Anquietas w... more
by Max Lewy
GASLITBYAMADMAN, "The Certifiably TRUE Ravings Of A Sectioned Philosopher", is a droller take on the subjects of mental health, political issues and Nietzschean, Christian, Jungian, existentialist and post-modern philosophy. Don’t be afraid to question your world view, don’t be afraid to think you might be a bit ‘mad’. Who isn’t?
It is based on the author, Max J. Lewy’s, own experience as an oh-so-patient patient in the N.H.S. Mental He... more
by D.J. ParsonsThe day of the gentleman is over. Good manners are of the past. Brutality and barroom talk is in. It?s OK to grope. It?s OK to lie. I am thankful for the husband I have. Are there only a few decent ones? What about yours? Does your husband fight for your rights? Sons? Take an informed look at policies being made for women and children today. We?re not going to let men make the rules for women anymore. We?re going to make our own rules and laws. Read about the following: ????Women are getting Ame... more
by John HuffmanJohn has written a book of Christian apologetics, answering questions about the Christian faith through facts of history, science, and scripture. Many people have personal beliefs based on a compilation of religious ideas embedded from day-to-day experiences and hearsay. We need a deliberative theology based on proper hermeneutics of scripture, which in no way contradicts facts of the history of the church, secular history, and science. The practical guide used for understanding the Scriptures w... more
by Mert McMichaelThis book is a series of short stories and thought-stirring rhyme and verse. Hopefully, these innermost thoughts will lead you to new and exciting knowledge of unseen love in your life. Love that was always there with no strings attached, just pure love, but you were sightless. You never turned around to see love reaching out to you. Your eyes closed, never open to take a chance on love. Maybe this book will inspire you to look back, even anticipate learning about the unseen loves you passed ove... more
by James LuptonSet against the background of the Second World War, a proud old Southern family encounters the changing world of the mid-twentieth century. Sadie, happy wife of Warren and mother of four, finds herself caught in a game of pretentions with Minerva, a compulsive social climber. A surprising plot begins when Sadie accidentally meets Hadrian, her first love, now Minerva?s husband. Many changes come as the war progresses and Warren returns to Navy duty. Sadie and Hadrian are forced into closer contac... more
by Curtis Cliff “Chip” KellThis book takes you on a life long journey from being adopted by two loving people to the College Football Hall Of Fame. Along the way you will read adout all the trials and tribulations of a record setting athlete trying to make life defining decisions plus having to deal with a premature, unexpected, unprepared, career ending injury.
by Sereta BelgraveGrowing Up in Barbados is set in the idyllic and beautiful island of Barbados, in the fifties, it tells of one woman's endearing story. Louise the main character was one of six siblings, each with a different father. Her childhood was plagued with poverty. She was often sad as she did not know her real father and hated men as a result. She was very beautiful by Barbadian standard, as she was the product of a British man name Charles, and her African mother Naomi. During her early teen years and ... more
by Jennifer CheekAfter the sudden and unexpected loss of Griffin's Papaw, moving on was difficult and hard to understand. Griffin couldn't stop wondering where Papaw went or why he didn't get the chance to say goodbye. After saying a special prayer, Griffin may finally find the peace he was looking for.