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by Sydney WitbeckA castle surrounded by enemy soldiers. A king and queen with no help in sight. A damsel in distress. It all sounds like something right out of a fairy tale. But for Esther of Alvastia, this is no fairy tale. It's a nightmare. Left with no other option, fourteen-year-old Esther is forced to leave the castle for her own safety, not knowing if she will ever see her mother and father again. With only a pack of food and her faithful horse Onyx, Esther sets off on an adventure to find her mot... more
by Louie T. McClain IIJourney with Melanin Origins as we share a short story about Abraham, the “Father of Many Nations”, and how his life lines up with the Fruit of the Spirit: Love. As a believer dedicated to doing God’s Will, Abraham lived a life that demonstrated love for all mankind. At Melanin Origins, our motto is, “Channeling The Greatness That Lies Within.” It is our belief that this “greatness” derives from the unique spirit that God has given to each and every human in the world. Melanin Origins ALL ... more
by Lucy E JohnsonThis practical guidebook is suitable for both beginners as well as more advanced practitioners of Yoga. PART 1 focuses on the teachings of Self-enquiry as presented by Śri Ramana Maharshi and other luminaries in the field of Advaita Vedānta. PART 2 summarizes the teachings of Yoga and details how a keen seeker can put into daily practice Patañjali’s eight limbs of yoga to achieve their ultimate aim: Kaivalya or final liberation. Providing much more than an introduction to Yoga and Vedānt... more
by Graham SeelConflicted Faith is a devotional commentary on John Donne's Holy Sonnets. These evocative, personal, raw poems are put into a modern context and speak for all people on a journey of faith. Personal stories, explanations of Donne's poetic imagery and biblical allusions, and extensive Scriptural quotes of hope and promise lead the reader through Donne's own spiritual growth into their own.
by Larry ClaytonLarry Clayton brings a refreshing, Christian perspective to these essays that examine the human condition, sharing his thoughts on everything from the flighty and humorous to the serious and transcendent. His musings and insights--almost of all of which were published as op-ed columns in the Sunday edition of the Tuscaloosa News in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, and national newspapers like the LA Times, Christian Science Monitor, Washington Times, and Miami Herald—seek to make sense of life. In the... more
by Dr. Sandip SahaGod is integral part of human life whether we believe in It or not. Even atheists cannot deny the existence of a Supreme Power that handles and run the whole universe. God is not only influencing believers it influences non-believers as well. For example when tsunami, earth quake, super cyclone or pandemic comes it does not see whether you believe in God or not. Over thousands of years different religions have been preached. Though all the religions talk about the Supreme Power in different name... more
by Yvonne M MorganWe live in a broken, sin-filled world that desperately needs to know Christ. Our faith, hope, and love of Christ can be a beacon shining in the darkness that guides others safely to shore. Maybe, like me, you are wondering how we can make a difference. Through this book, I hope to show us the importance of sharing our faith during these difficult times. Many people desperately search in all the wrong places to fill the void they feel. As Christians, we have what they seek. Let’s share our confid... more
by Yvonne M MorganDo you struggle with prayer? Maybe you cannot find the right words, or maybe you need a scripture to stand on during difficult times. Prayer is an intimate connection between our hearts and the throne of God, the Creator of the Universe. In this space, we can be honest about our fears and problems, but it is also the time we praise Him and express our joy.
by Tamara Haque
by d.j. posnerAspire is an inspirational volume of verses targeted especially toward those women who seek to add or enhance mindfulness in their lives. Drawing on decades of spiritual study, d.j. posner, offers her voice to anyone desiring to live a life of purpose. The well-crafted verses found within the book’s beautifully illustrated pages will inspire the practice of building the confidence needed to face struggles and aid those in taking a walk with their spiritual self.
by Marty Ocean Eagle DanielWe are all born with a unique gift. Humanity needs you to find yours, now more than ever. Ocean Eagle discovered that when inspiration happens, a new beacon of light shines within, and his “True Self” is called back home to M.E. . . . My Essence! We are all meant for great things, and that includes You! As you travel along this journey with Ocean Eagle, you might find yourself searching within for that teacher, friend, parent, child, relative, spiritual guide, or mentor who said something ... more
by Rev. Mialena Zachary
WHAT IF you knew how to raise yourself up every day? Drawing wisdom from ancient texts within the Canonical books, the Qumran scrolls, the Tao Te Ching verses, and the Bhagavad Gita poem, “The Messenger” is a reimagined story of personal transformation.
by Chelsea kongDo you long to hear the voice of the Lord? You can and it's so easy that children can do it. Learn the basic principles about how to hear God's voice. Know God's Word, wait on Him, and seek Him. You will recognize Him and as you practice these they will hear. Enjoy daily conversations with the Lord and gain insights. As we hear, we will know Him. Children will grow in their faith and relationship with God. They will love talking to Him, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit.
by Max-Henri LaviWhat is the meaning of freedom in religion and in science? Who experiences the divine in the world, and why? Who is God and how does He reveal Himself in the history of humankind? How are we to understand holiness, faith, and the purpose of life? Why is there suffering in the world, and how will our trust in God lead us to the Tree of Life in the garden of Eden? The philosophical and religious edifice presented here is founded on the idea of human freedom. We will discover a personal God... more
by Elizabeth Radcliffe
Science demands we look at the world through a rational lens, and religion asks us to rely on faith, but most of us fall somewhere in between. We want to engage with our soul and connect to something larger than ourselves in a way that honors both our head and our heart. With love and compassion for the human journey, Soulwork offers a thoughtful approach to navigating the nebulous world of personal spiritual development. Using plenty of real-life examples, this book can help you;
by Ruth Thompson
Quickwater Oracles is award-winning poet Ruth Thompson's engaging record of her channeled conversations with an astonishing range of beings, from trees and animals to faeries, dragons, and a host of others. Refreshingly sophisticated, vivid, and joyful, Thompson's first nonfiction book is reminiscent of Ross Gay's "The Book of Delights," offering a perfect companion for daily meditation, journaling, or group discussion.