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by Shirley Francis-SalleyToday’s youths are surrounded and influenced by so many models of negativity and self-absorption. This timely, alphabetically ordered faith based book offers youths another way of thinking. It lends itself to the importance of relationship building with God, and explains the who, what, where, when, why and how of praise. Twenty-Six brilliant illustrations, praise affirmations and Bible verses spotlight some of the specific attributes of God. There is a ‘how to’ exercise on forming a circle of p... more
by Kip KolsonYou've seen it, heard the stories, and maybe it has happened in your family?the dissension, fighting, greed, and legal actions when an inheritance is up for grabs. You?re thinking, ?That won?t happen in our family.? Think again! It has been statistically proven that 70 percent of wealth is lost each time it transitions to the next generation and is completely gone when the third generation passes. Two primary factors are loss of trust and breakdown in communications. Working with families of all... more
by Angelique L'AmourGratitude. One of the kindest things you can do for yourself is to find gratitude in your life. You can find something every day to be grateful for from small things such as lip balm to large things like a child’s love. Keeping a list of things to be grateful for on a daily basis will help you keep focused on what really matters, and also help you hold onto your positive attitude. Keeping Your Gratitude Intact Journal is a wonderful companion to Chemo, Cupcakes and Carpools, How To Go Through Ch... more
by Pratibha SarkarThis spiritual children’s book is for you, the parent, to read together with your child. Your child will learn the alphabet while they also learn about Lord Krishna. You will enjoy quotes from ancient sacred philosophical texts, namely The Bhagavad Gita. This book can be shared with your child through the years together. May you always keep Krishna in the center of your life.
by Jeanette Bishop and Helen Varga
With all the stress of daily living, how do you keep your spiritual sanity in an instant gratification filled world? Readers feeling disheartened and devalued will discover a compilation of quotes and meditations inspired by Spirit to have faith when one is in doubt and losing hope while staying on the course of love. The authors share both new as well as previous spiritual communication retrieved from their books WTF I’m Trying to Be Spiritual – A Guidebook for Loving Yourself without Fe... more
by Brent Green
In Questions of the Spirit, author Brent Green guides readers through a thoughtful and inspirational journey of eighteen chapters.
Each chapter explores a significant question about mortal existence, the nature of loss, and life’s most difficult challenges. Evocative chapter themes include: What was your first experience of loss? Is there value in suffering? Have you been blessed? After each chapter, additional questions inspire further contemplation and... more
by Galorian CreationsNew Guide Reveals: How You Can Make A Change To The World By Following These New Secret Jewish Wisdom's. INTRODUCTION The background to writing this guide is a common concern for the fate of humanity. Therefore this guide is published in order to provide everyone with the tools to create major change and raising humanity on a new path – and it all starts with YOU. Sometimes the secret is in seeing things from a different angle, a different perspective from the one you have been used to, ed... more
by GalorianCollective Book initiative: EDUshifts - The future of education is Now! The world is transforming so fast and in such a dynamic pace that we see more and more new innovative learning environments and education programs that are preparing us for the uncertainty of the future. Transforming society means transforming education. Transforming education means breaking patterns and realities that we have been building up for centuries. Transforming education means walking together on new pa... more
by Adele FrancesLife is made up like seasons, one bumpy ride after another with some relief in-between. Everyone goes through these seasonal changes, some feeling and experiencing more than anyone person should have to. This book is not your typical inspirational. It is filled with stories and personal experiences to help as it did one mother and daughter, as described in the review.
by Ronda Nobles Nuñez
"In Awe and Wonder" ventures from the normal stories of Jesus’ birth and childhood, to take into consideration those people whom God chose to touch the life of His young Son, and considers how their stories relate to our lives. Although this is not a typical “Christmas story", per se, it does challenge readers to consider important lessons from the birth and life of the young Messiah.
by Lee HillbergIn this world, color is all around us, and it has the power to change our lives. Author Lee Hillberg has been using the healing properties of color to make a difference not only in his own life, but also in the lives of others. In this book, he shares some of his most moving and spiritual experiences. The techniques and advice given in this book have been frequently utilized by the author and could make a difference in readers’ lives as well. Hillberg is an ordained minister, has been a stud... more
by Lynn CalvinLittle People Praise God Too is an exciting, energetic, interactive story of a multicultural, abled and disabled class learning about praising God. The class affectionately known as the Prāz Gang has questions about who, where, why, and how do they praise God. Praise the Lord! shouts Shabach. After Shabach and the remaining Prāz gang members learn about praising God, they show their teacher, Ms. Prazer what they learned by acting out what she taught them about praising God. Come, learn, a... more
by Gary Stephen MooreTransported to a stunning, mountainous landscape, a young man is welcomed into an enormous gathering of the local denizens who name him “Boy.” They tell him how fortuitous his arrival actually is: it is the annual Great Gathering of the Thunderbunny clan who trace their heritage to a time prior to the Great Flood. \tAs explained to the Boy by the matriarch of the Thunderbunny's herself, Magnolia Thunderbunny, the Great Gathering is a time to share, remember, and celebrate their extraordinary ... more
by Gary Stephen MooreThe spirit being Adon Caddo, was one of many Adon’s (Lords), created by God (Adonai – Lord of Lords) to act as overlords of HIS Divine Plan. At first, Adon Caddo had been an overlord of the Chosen People but, following the events at Calvary, he was sent to the lower region of the Mighty River of the North American continent. There, on an insignificant little island, on a bayou, in the middle of a swamp, and close to what would eventually become New Orleans, he erected a dwelling that became kn... more
by David Nadolny100 works of prose, honoring a Woman's journey through ups, downs and the eventual finding of herself, her strength and her power. Each piece reflects moments of her life, her memories and things that have made her who she is today, while seeking to resonate with the reader. A collection of works dedicated to Fearless Females all over the World, and the strength, determination and endurance they display every day.
by Debra Stout (Debbie)