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  • The Grand Illusion: A Synthesis of Science and Spirituality-Book One

    by Brendan D. Murphy
    The Grand Illusion (TGI) synthesizes the paranormal with today's hard science, seeking to initiate a dramatic reempowering of humanity and a new direction for civilization. After reading, you'll no longer consider yourself just a powerless little "meat computer" destined for total annihilation at life's biological end; that outmoded worldview is firmly buried by the material set out within. Here, new and expansive vistas of possibility are laid bare; the forces and energies produced by our co... more
  • Eating From The Shepherd's Table

    by Thomas E. Cunningham
    A 31-Day Daily Devotional of prayers, deeper in-sights into various bible scriptures, and practical truths to help the reader to experience God's best as they journey through the peaks and valleys of life.
  • In Clouds of Fire

    by Elaine Stienon
    Love, violence, and death on the American frontier play a part in this story of the early Mormons and their search for peace and freedom from persecution. Nathaniel, a young man from a Shaker background, has promised to help Hannah and her brother get safely from Ohio to Missouri, where her fiancé Dan is building a cabin for them. Despite his determination to assist, Nathaniel finds himself falling in love with Hannah. How can he hand her over to Dan and never see her again? His dilemma is m... more
  • The Physics and Philosophy of the Bible

    by James Frederick Ivey, M.D.
    Albert Einstein taught that imagination is more important than knowledge, probably having come to this conclusion through a realization that almost all science represents belief?faith?as opposed to knowledge. It should come as no surprise, then, that science?especially modern physics with its theories of relativity and quantum mechanics?has revolutionized thinking about the likelihood of the existence of God. In The Physics and Philosophy of the Bible, author and physician James Frederick Ivey ... more
  • A Beginner's ABC of Christian History

    by Bernard Thorogood
    If you have some interest in the story of the Christian Church through the ages but not tackled any of the large, comprehensive volumes that seems daunting, this is a starting point. It provides a brief introduction to over a hundred topics, from Adam to Zionism. The author provides a vivid glimpse of the great movers in church history and the movements that have created the church as it is today. BERNARD THOROGOOD. Born in Sussex, prepared for ordination in the Scotland, and serving as a mis... more
  • Soul Repair - Reshaping, Rebuilding, and Renewing in Pursuit of Self-Mastery

    by Tuesday White
    This book, Soul Repair, for all intents and purposes, is a transposition of what we all already know. We know that it takes effort, focus, emotional management, and determination to change for the better. We simply go in search of tools that translate and outline what needs to be done to achieve this. This book is one of those tools. It is a guideline for those who seek to pursue self-mastery, thus taking control of their lives. It is written in an informal and intelligent tone that is conver... more
  • Poetry of the Archangels

    by Beryl Broekman
    Poetry of the Archangels is about the ten archangels of the angelic realm. Each chapter explains what each angel looks like, what they do and gives their own poems which reflect an aspect of their thinking. It is a unique book that comes directly from another dimension. It has a healing energy embedded in it and makes these beautiful beings more accessible to us here on earth. Spiritual, philosophical and charming all rolled into one, it is a book of great value to the modern man.
  • Living Fresh Not Frozen

    by Precious Swain
    Devotional Cookbook
  • The Possibility

    by Pankaj Dwivedi

    'The Possibility' is a book that revolves around motivation. everyone of us needs some or the other kind of motivation in every sphere of our lives- be it in our personal or professional lives. this book, by Dr. Pankaj Dwivedi surely sticks to its word and proves to be powerful in terms of motivation & inspiration.

  • The Gift of Sobriety

    by Rose B.
    Anonymity is the spiritual foundation of Alcoholics Anonymous. In that tradition, the author has decided to withhold her last name on this book which chronicles her gradual spiritual transformation from the first day she walked into an AA meeting until nine months later. It includes dreams, personal accounts of spiritual experiences, and reflections on topics discussed in AA as well as in books that the author found helpful in her spiritual quest that began well before AA. This sensitive acco... more
  • Place Yourself: Words of Prayer and Intention

    by Trisha Arlin
    PLACE YOURSELF, by Trisha Arlin, with a Foreword by Rabbi Jill Hammer and original artwork by Mike Cockrill, is a book of original prayer, kavannot and liturgical poems. Written in clear language that is meant to be understood in real time as part of a service or ritual event, or used in personal spiritual explorations, Arlin’s work is fresh ,challenging, useful and very modern.
  • Ponder Awhile

    by Mohit Misra
    The acclaimed and irresistible truth-telling poetics found in Ponder Awhile is magical. Poet Mohit K. Misra does more than ponder as he contemplates the nature of man and God, he unveils the very essence of humanity. An atheist from a long line of Hindu and Parsi priests, in his mid-twenties the sea conjured his restless spirit into action and in fact, he gained enlightenment in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean. A decade later, Award Winning Finalist "USA Book News" Spirituality General 20... more
  • Samson: The Modern Day America: Is America Doomed?

    by Stephen Williams
    This book begins with the story of Samson, the only person in the Bible to hold incredible physical strength. He was born to live a life of service to the Lord, ordained by God to be a Nazirite, and destined to judge and rule the Philistines. Samson's life is then compared to the powerful country of America, which was once a nation of people seeking a place of worship and service to God. Through time, both Samson and America acquired power that any entity would want. However, a common weakness l... more
  • A Path to Life's Fullness: A New Perspective on the Teachings of Jesus

    by Manuel Costa
    Named a finalist in the Spirituality category of the 2013 Next Generation Indie Book Awards,this book aims to rescue Jesus and his teachings from Christianity. Unfortunately, Christian doctrine often misses and sometimes even subverts the penetrating insights about life articulated by Jesus. These insights touch on every important aspect of human life. They have something relevant to say about commitment, relationship, love, forgiveness, projection, anger, anxiety, self-esteem, sexuality, suffer... more
  • Embracing This Special Life: Learning to Flourish as a Mother of a Child with Special Needs

    by Jenn Soehnlin
    There is a unique struggle to keep your faith in God’s goodness while juggling the appointments, stress, grief and loneliness that few people understand unless they too are special needs parents. Embracing This Special Life will help provide a biblical view on special needs parenting and guide you toward spiritual victory and renewed purpose in your special needs parenting journey.
  • The Boy Who Understood Animals

    by Yeshi Dorjee and John S. Major
    Tenzin, a young shepherd in Tibet, prays to the Buddha every day, and wishes he could understand the languages of animals. The Buddha tells him his wish will be granted when his compassion is aroused. One day, Tenzin is amazed to hear a mother sheep sadly telling her lamb that she will be cooked and eaten by a rich man that night. Tenzin and the sheep escape to a distant valley, where the local king soon hears about the strange boy. Using his special gift, Tenzin is able to save a beautiful prin... more