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by Miriam Isabel ElliottLittle Solita knows her mother left many days ago and does not know if she is coming back. To deal with her fears, the little girl finds refuge in her bedroom at night. She lets her imagination go beyond her window in search of hope and understanding. Solita discovers a smiling moon as purple as her favorite color. With the maternal instinct of a mother and the cleverness of a teacher, the moon becomes comforting and playful devoting precious time to the lonely child. One night Purple Moon t... more
by Shea Darian
ForeWord Book of the Year Award Winner. A wise and creative approach to nurturing a child’s spiritual life that is effective and full of love. 158 pages. $15.95 USD SheaDarian.com
by Karen RiceThis book chronicles my life's true experiences during my journey with not only one cancer diagnose, but two. With the words, phrases pf each statement and poems, I wish to make a positive impact on someone who's ill or otherwise, where they can proceed life in a whole new way.
The Greatest Story Never Told: Oral Tradition and the Development of Messages in the Book of Genesisby Vincent KrivdaThe Torah is the first five books of the Hebrew and Christian Bible. Torah means to teach. What does the Torah teach? How does the Torah teach? Scholars agree the Bible evolved from an oral tradition to its written form. This book examines the messages of the Book of Genesis, the first book of the Bible, based on what those messages would have sounded like to an audience in the original oral tradition. The episodes of Creation and the 21 separate stories of the iconic figure of Abraham are reca... more
by Rene Lafaut, MSc.The journey to loving people more than concepts requires faith and hope. The connections between these three virtues are not immediately obvious, but to those on the journey these virtues are the spiritual rubber that meets the road of life that helps us grow in stability and peace; with flexibility, and humility, where we will love people genuinely out of caring. Coming from my own experience and using First Corinthians 13 as my spring board, I explore what love looks like and what it isn't. Th... more
by Carmen Esposito
The Lighthouse - Reflections of Inner Strength & Wisdom is an inspirational journal with coloring pages. This journal explores fourteen inspirational quotes that express basic tenets. These can be applied to benefit inner growth and healing.
The author begins the conversation by including a few words on each of the inspirational quotes. These are followed by two-lined floral framed pages to be used for journaling. This journal also helps bring focus to our inner being by directing aware... more
by Arif AhmadThis book is a labor of love starting with the first writing, The Optimist, in 2013 and gradually accumulating over the years. It is the World during these times from the perspective of a brown Muslim Pakistani American Physician, and then it is some more.
by Joel Zao
The manuscript that follows is a line-by-line discussion of the first eight chapters of Paul’s letter to the Romans. The goal is to keep the discussion in line with the verses and to expand on words or phrases where appropriate.
As I have studied the letter over the past twenty-five years, I have sought to understand the words from the perspective of those who were at Rome at the time of Paul’s ministry. Their access to supplementary material was surely limited. But the... more
by Leonard and Linda CheslerWe always tried to celebrate the Jewish Holidays as a family. Starting when our children were young, it soon became apparent to us that it was much better and much more meaningful if as part of our celebration, we discussed each holiday with each other, talking about why the holiday is celebrated, its origin and history, how it is celebrated and very importantly its meaning, relevance and value to us today and what we can learn and use in our everyday lives. We wanted the children to feel and... more
by Jerry SchockA collection of Poetry for Sympathy and Encouragement. My heartfelt thanks to all who have encouraged this publishing. Through the years, my desire was to publish and share with others who may need encouragement. Many poems have been emailed and handed to those in need along the way. As friends and loved ones were in valleys and going through trials, God would give me words of encouragement for them. Every poem was written out of a need someone had that the Lord sent my way. The poems s... more
by Nick Olsen
There is light...
This collection of poetry is a personal reflection of the author’s experiences amid the Covid-19 crisis and the world around us. He watched the reports on television, spoke with first responders, and witnessed many who died from this horrible virus and the toll it has taken with families. Covid-19 brought out the horror of our society—friends, family, and neighbors fighting amongst themselves— but it also revealed those who love and care for their fel... more
by Tracy Kyler
Your Journey Begins To a Happier, Healthier, and Glowing You!
All living beings share centers of energy called Chakras. The Chakras hold the depth of ancient wisdom and understanding. In your daily routines, learning the forces of foundational energy that lie within you can bring you to a more insightful, rewarding self. Tracy Kyler explains the seven major Chakras, and how to set your own pace to release emotional attachments and barriers that may be preventing you from being happy.... more
by David YuenGrasp is an exploration of the human condition through a collection of poems, essays, and prose. Part memoir, part commentary, and part poetry, Grasp wrestles with diverse themes from a Christian perspective in light of the COVID pandemic, clashing politics, and the human struggle. What does it mean to be human? What is the value of an individual in the face of trials and tribulations? There is light and darkness. There is life and death. There is faith and hope. Existence is filled with mome... more
by Billy BaldwinOne fine day in early spring the newly sprouted leaves on The Great Oak tree laugh as they see a small misshapen leaf blossom on their branch. The bright green leaves tell this odd leaf, named Crinkle, that he will surely blow off the tree with the first strong wind of the season. Crinkle is filled with fear until he is reassured by Gus, the biggest leaf, that when a leaf falls its energy is pulled right back into the tree to then sprout again the following spring. Though he doesn’t fit in wi... more
by Donatus OkaforAre you confused in life? Are you controlled by the spirit of fear? Do you think that you are held by unknown forces? Are you always faced with failures and disappointment even after much effort? Are you depressed in life? Are you thinking of committing suicide? Do you think that your future is being held and manipulated by some people? Are you held by generational curses? Are you really in need of God's intervention in your life? If you are affected by one of the above then "Deliverance for the... more
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."