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by beverly boone“Daffodils of Damascus” is the first short story from Dr. Beverly Boone’s collection of inspirational stories for children, Let the Children Speak. Following each story are questions and activities to stimulate conversation and bonding among readers, parents, and Christian leaders. In this heartwarming story, seven-year-old Trey Stephens discovers that God has the power to change the human heart. Because of this powerful theme, “Daffodils of Damascus” is also an excellent story to share after in... more
by MaKelia D. Mitchell, Ph.D.Are you or someone you know stuck in the same cycle? Are you tired of repeating the same self-destructive patterns? Do you feel you’ve made too many mistakes or traveled so far away from your Father that you cannot possibly be welcomed back? You may be convinced there is no hope for your life—BUT THERE IS! In The Prodigal Daughter Returns: A Song of Restoration and Redemption, MaKelia Kesha Mitchell uses the Biblical parable of the Prodigal Son to share her testimony and 5R Journey back to he... more
by Deborah Rae CerniMany people who want and actively pursue optimal well-being often overlook the pervasive impact of our home spaces. With our daily environments we setup behavioral patterns and internal responses that can help or intfer with our well being at every level. Thought leaders such as Deepak Chopra and Dan Buettner of Blue Zones fame have addressed the importance of designing indoor spaces to stack the deck in favor of a happy, healthy life. This book gives you pragmatic tips and an easy to understand... more
by Al LipoldCan peace in our time be permanently established? Can the hatred and oppression that abounds on this earth become a thing of the past? Can the people on this earth be taught to live in peace? Can they do what is demanded by justice and respect the rights of every person? It has been said that we know, that we can change things. The world's leaders, religious, political, military, economic, scholars etc. could and should focus their attention on the ultimate goal of achieving world peace. it can ... more
by Isaac Bentwich, MDGITA: A Timeless Guide for Our Time is a modern translation of the Bhagavad Gita, a 700-verse Hindu scripture in Sanskrit that has captivated many of the world’s most brilliant scientists, musicians, poets, thinkers and spiritual teachers such as Beethoven, Leonard Cohen, Carl Jung, Thoreau, Gandhi and Eckhart Tolle. For over two and a half millennia, the Gita (meaning Divine Song) has been treasured by seekers worldwide as one of the most trusted guides for spiritual inner growth. Bentwich’s ne... more
by Todd Netland
The Rapture: this is a topic that has been hotly debated by theologians during the last 2,000 years. Over the last 190 years, a number of Christians have expounded on this subject with more refined details, some theologians coming to a belief in an at-any-minute catching away of the Church while others have taught that the Church must be purified through one last time of great suffering. In recent years, many have scoffed at the idea of a Rapture, some of them saying they have heard all... more
by Beryl Broekman"A Pure and Contrite Heart" explores various core traditions of Christianity, such as Jesus Christ, the Bible, Faith, etc. through energy readings. Making sense of the Christian religion through this modality, with often startling and unexpected perspectives, enriches our spiritual aspirations in ways that are impossible through normal channels.
by David BenderDavid Bender has a sanctified imagination. In his debut poetry collection Write On, Bender helps others see things in a new light. Who else but David would write about God’s addiction and faith, His tattoo and need of human grace? The book is filled with writings to challenge and revitalize Christians in their faith so they can perceive God’s incredible goodness in new ways.
by Randall IrelandInviting Muslims to Christ presents the Good News from the Bible with respect and clarity. Including explanations of Islam from the Quran. This book will provide a foundational understanding of both Christianity and Islam. The book is a comparative study of Christianity and Islam. As the Kirkus review notes... "The authors command of the relevant material and scholarly commentaries is extraordinary, This study functions as a handy reference guide for readers looking to compare the Bible and Qura... more
by Jason GangwishIvan does many things very well. One thing he doesn't do so well is do his best. It takes a life lesson for Ivan to realize the importance of doing his best in everything he does. As adults we understand the reality of under-enthusiastic children when something is asked -- and under-motivated adults when we need to do something! The message of doing your best can be applied to all ages.
by Sharon Harrington Howard
If you've ever felt like an outcast or as if you don’t fit in, you may find yourself in this book. The author was an abused “redheaded stepchild” and felt as if she didn't belong anywhere. Many people suffer with emotional wounds and Sharon Howard, has written a book addressing these issues.
Sharon tells her powerful story of difficult early life experiences and of her descent into the depths of depression, suicidal thoughts, and the edge of me... more
by Wayne Johnston / DRAGONBOOKSThe author has written this book to offer knowledge given to him by God through his Holy Spirit and through many years of personal prayer, education and study to anyone everywhere. The book attempts to discuss the process a Christian follows from when he becomes a believer to when they die and are resurrected to eternal life. The book also discusses the above from a personal perspective.
by Don AndresonThere is-or at least ought to be-power in prayer. The Bible, after all, is filled with stories of people who prayed and saw amazing results. Jesus, our Discipler, besides praying often and with the clear expectation of results, taught us &l
by Horace Williams JrWilliams Jr. briefly and eloquently uses a blend of personal story and relevant Bible scripture references to demonstrate the power of prayer. This book is excellent for seasoned prayer warriors, and those starting on their faith journey. Packed with scriptural truth, instruction, and illustrations this book is a tremendous resource for believers.
by Gregg Eisenberg
All humor is philosophy. And according to Austrian linguist Ludwig Wittgenstein: "An entire treatise of philosophy could be written that consists entirely of humorous statements." The Mexican poet Cesar Cruz said: "All art should comfort the disturbed, and disturb the comfortable." Teacher and author Evan Hodkins wrote: "The next religion will be a catalog of jokes... more
by Healthy Life Press, LLCWe asked our more than thirty contributors to choose their favorite Psalm and to explain how that Psalm (or part of it) had become meaningful or ministered to them at a particular point in their lives. Our goal was to create for you a one-a-day, thirty-day diet of God-inspired help-full and hope-filled passages of Scripture that would feed your soul and make it sing. Be prepared for a blitzkrieg of truth, brought to your soul on the wings of story. Like nuggets of gold in settings of silver, ... more