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by Gregg Koskela
Each day, it seems another Christian institution or leader breaks our trust, raising questions about whether faith is an asset or a liability for living today. After almost three decades as a pastor, Gregg Koskela watched the disillusionment and pain grow as their church community splintered and broke apart. Looking for wisdom and a perspective on faith that has stood the test of time, he found Hildegard of Bingen (1098-1179)—a remarkable medieval woman who experienced the living vitali... more
Soul of the Seasons: Creating Balance, Resilience, & Connection by Tapping the Wisdom of the Natural Worldby Melody HarrisEveryone and everything on this planet journeys through passages of birth and rebirth, maturation, harvest, loss, and death. There are no exceptions. Soul of the Seasons: Creating Balance, Resilience, & Connection by Tapping the Wisdom of the Natural World is a map, a guide for the reader along these highways and byways of life. Based on indigenous plant spirit healing and Five Element medicine (a form of Traditional Chinese medicine), Soul of the Seasons reveals how nature’s seasons and cycl... more
by Joseph MatikoWould like to publish and sell my book
by Clive JohnsonThis new work offers a retelling of fifteen of the Old Testament’s best-known stories. Delivered with the color and wonder of the storyteller’s craft, while remaining faithful to the Bible’s presentation, they will delight young and old readers alike. The stories are retold as they were originally intended, enthralling audiences via the oral tradition. Despite many translations and having been transcribed now through many centuries, these classic tales have never lost their power to touch hea... more
by Grace PowersWhen Frederic Bartholdi unveiled his colossal Statue of Liberty in 1886, New Yorkers wanted to know who the masculine looking diva was that reigned over their city. Was she his mother? His wife? His mistress, perhaps? Like Leonardo Da Vinci, Bartholdi was a member of a secretive brotherhood. Both men coded and hid privileged knowledge in their masterpieces. Although Bartholdi took the secret of Lady Liberty's identity to his grave, he hid her name in plain sight. Her name can be found... more
by Gregory St. James MundyBook Review: I LOVE GOD The book I LOVE GOD by Gregory St. James Mundy may be a controversial book to some. However, everyone will love the beautiful gospel poems that will bring joy to your soul. Great poems talking about Hard Times which we all have encountered sometime during our lives. Poems of losing a love one, like the poem called Death, will bring a tear to anyone’s eye. There are many great poems in the book in the section called Verses. The book is written for all religion... more
by Loribel MaldonadoSteal, Kill & Destroy, a guide that equips today's Christian on how to disarm the adversary, was written with you in mind. Have you ever wondered why you face so much opposition, grief, and strife in different areas of your life? It's because you have an adversary! Together, we will disarm the devil and take back everything that he has stolen.
by Jenelle Leanne SchmidtTwas an evening in Bethlehem and all through the day Many guests were arriving from far, far away... The inn is full, but when a young, expectant couple arrives on their doorstep, the innkeeper cannot turn them away. Follow this beloved tale through the eyes of the innkeeper's young daughter as she witnesses the glorious surprises of that very first Christmas and rediscover anew the gift of the manger that ultimately points us to the cross.
by Pramendra Srivastava
The book is probably the first logically analyzed concept of Sanatan Dharma, segregating facts camouflaged in myths. Bhagwad Gita can be said to have three major sections, 1. Creations from unmanifest which exactly matches to sciences, 2. Spirituality, again a metaphysical entity that defines us in our body, 3. The human psyche driven by Satwa Rajas and tamas triguna nature. All these has been discussed in detail, with due references from sciences and logic as needed. Amazing finding... more
by Delores Upchurch
by Michelle D. Smith
by Roxanne Howe-Murphy, EdDDeep Living with the Enneagram reveals how we unknowingly avoid vulnerable aspects of ourselves, relying instead on familiar personality patterns that distance us from our deepest nature. As a result, rather than experiencing ourselves as whole and integral to the fabric of life we feel separate, even from ourselves. Drawing on the sacred psychology of the Enneagram and the power of presence, this book guides us in recovering more of who we really are. With compassion, wisdom, and practical ins... more
by Jaina ThatchAuthor, Jaina Thatch, was inspired by her daughter's tenacious spirit and love of Super Hero clothing that made her daughter feel strong and beautiful. If you’re raising a strong willed and determined daughter, this book is for you! Empowering and validating little girls that your authentic true beauty comes from within and from using your Super Powerful mind. By doing that, you can achieve and do/be anything that you put your mind to!
by David Tucker y Burton Spivak?El Duro Trato? describe con gran detalle y con una prosa elegante el conflicto de voluntades entre un padre famoso y su ambicioso hijo mediano. Richard Tucker, el estelar tenor estadounidense de la época dorada del Metropolitan Opera, exigía que su hijo se convirtiera en cirujano. Rechazando los deseos de su padre, David quería seguir los pasos de este hacia el escenario de la ópera. Su batalla sobre el futuro de David ? por turnos hilarante y humillante, sabio y adorable ? se juega en espacios... more
by Ms. Kim Blackwellthis book is for anyone who has suffered a severe illness, catastrophic injury, caretakers, family members and anyone who cannot work again. it is about a 51-year-old active, independent, healthy, Christian woman who was doing what she loved running a art business and working for a travel company. On October 8, 2008 she suffered a massive stroke that would change her life forever. The word recovery represents not just getting back her physical body but obtaining the things she would need to get ... more
by Kris NeelyThe idea is simple—everyday items and situations as sources of Zen insight. From a junk drawer to a butterfly. From Ginger Rogers to Colonel Mustard. We’re surrounded by items and situations which teach Zen—if we just take the time to see. Zen is a perfect antidote to the noise and untruths of daily life. Yet for many people, Zen is something that requires rigorous study, years of solitary meditation, dressing in odd garb, and quoting Buddha. Nothing could be further from the truth. Everyday... more