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by Anna HallChange is inevitable. Make it transformational. Discomfort with change blocks transformation in churches and individual Christians every day. Yet the current landscape of church in the US is one of inevitable change: shrinking attendance among committed members, population shifts from rural to urban, and increasing numbers of people for whom church is an afterthought, at best. We have now lived through a period of unrelenting forced changes on congregations due to a pandemic. For those churches ... more
by Tannette CalderonIn God Favors You, Tannette Calderon relays the timeliness of what we can do to enrich our lives and others. We all have questions of why are we here on Earth and what shall we be doing with our life. We need answers, direction, and guidance. God Favors You touches upon and answers a number of questions, and some of those questions are listed on the back cover.
by Link ThompsonTo Honor Our Creator by Honoring our Inner ?small? Voice. Then reveal through my life storyline, a memoir for the benefit of my precious Grandchildren and also share with the world, my perceptions of How Our Creator gets things done within His Universe, and the Means that He used to create all that is both tangible and visible, and all that is both intangible and invisible as well. Our Creator created transmutable energy within our Universe, or which can transfer from one form to another, but ne... more
by Carolyn Thompson
"I had been living with suppressed unanswered 'why' questions for years: why would God have allowed my abuse? Why would He have sent me back home when I was 12, rather than rescuing me?" - Carolyn Thompson, Open Eyes, Happy Heart
After surviving a hidden history of childhood sex trafficking, Carolyn had a major problem with the idea of God as a loving Father. But God had a purpose in her pain and a plan for... more
by Rex Nelson Greenwald
"One Lifetime is Not Enough" is mostly a true story. However, the essence of the story is about not judging anyone or anything by outward appearances, and that we are to find the inner character and follow the guiding principle of love that God shows and gives each of us willingly. "The world needs this message," said Greenwald.
by Hurdis V. Davis-RichardsonHurdis V. Davis-Richardson examines the true meaning of obedience and explores the relationship between one’s positive or negative responses.
by Alicia OrtegoThis charming story with peaceful rhymes and colorful illustrations will explain to your child that it is okay to make a mistake and say I’m sorry. Lucas will teach your child good manners and positive behaviour at home, at school, in the store, and on the playground.
Where Compassion Begins: Foundational Practices to Enhance Mindfulness, Attention and Listening from the Heartby Jared Seide"Where Compassion Begins" is an invitation to build the muscle of compassion, through exercises and practices that enhance our capacity to listen from the heart and, in so doing, take care of ourselves and those around us. When we listen differently to someone’s story, without judging, we create the conditions for compassion to arise. The practice of council, described and explained in this book, asks us to lean in, to learn ways we can skillfully attend to the pain we recognize in ourselves and... more
by Gregory V. DiehlMany people struggle throughout their lives, unable to identify the source of great inner existential discontent. No matter their material comfort or good fortune, they cannot escape the idea that they do not live the lives they ought to. They are not in environments that support their deepest personal growth and development. They are not the people they feel they are meant to be, and the world never works the way they know it could. Every day, exceptional minds like these begin to suspect th... more
by Randy WilliamsScholars believe the Principles of MA'AT (muh-aht) are the world's oldest moral and ethical code for human conduct. When Kemet (Modern Day Egypt) was at its greatest economic and spiritual heights, it was this concept that governed the lives and daily affairs of her citizens. Journey with Melanin Origins as we share a short story about The Principle of Truth. A principle that states, "I will always seek to discern what is real, know what is correct, and act accordingly." Melanin Origins MA'AT... more
by David Fiensy
The Christian life is not walking the line ... it is hitting the road...
Fiensy focuses on Paul's autobiographical references in his letters to the Galatians and Philippians to explore spirituality. Each chapter has:
• A new translation of the verses being studied
• The explanation and application of the verses to everyday life
• Four discussion questions for group interaction
• A section of additional information to go deeper into the script... more
by Emily LavalaisGRACE is a journey through the eyes of several women and God's grace, mercy, and favor for each, enabling them to rise about their challenges and blaze the trail ahead. Each story teaches that no one is perfect, nor do we live in a perfect world. But challenges do not need to be faced alone; God is only a prayer away. Inviting him into the daily minutia encourages a life of success and peace of mind. He provide courage to face fears and challenges head-on. Through faith in Him, each woman will f... more
by Runa PrinslooCome walk with Runa Prinsloo on a path leading to God’s heart where you will see his love for all people, what he expects from his people—and specifically what he has for you: him. Read with your bible by your side as GOD NOW frequently gives scriptures to look up. The book is, however, not a Bible study or ‘how to’ manual. It is a goad to prompt you to reach out to God’s heart, find the door open and see he is already waiting for you.
by Andy FA recovery resource for Agnostics, atheists and freethinkers in twelve-step recovery. A book that offers a simple, practical and highly effective method of going through the steps without the need to become concerned about the use of God as a Higher Power.
by F NathanAs a child, Evelyn always felt a need to identify her greater purpose in this world. Growing up she excelled in everything she layed her hands on, obtaining even a higher degree in the scientific field. She was married and thought that her life was complete although she felt there were missing pieces to the puzzle. It wasn't until the day before her 33rd birthday, everything she once knew as her life crumbled in front of her. Enclosed with a dash of humour and incorporated with deeper spir... more
by G David Williams CPThe way I understand the gaze of God to have a defining influence on spiritual growth and development has, as its overarching image, the way a mother gazes at her infant at the breast: It is a gaze that is tender; all-absorbing; exclusive; filled with wonder and love; tranquil; and protective. Just as the mother’s gaze engages the infant in a dialogue without words and provokes a response, so too the gaze of God evokes a response from the human heart. Just as the mutual gaze of mother and infant... more