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by Jalesia PacknettAt some point in our lives, we wonder if we are our best selves. I am sure many of you have felt stuck in discouragement, and hopelessness. You feel like faith is not enough to get you through. Well that is what my uplifting quotes journal, is here to do for you. The key to stay hopeful and keep eternal happiness, by inner transformation to fully renew your mind, heart and spirit. My personal quotes and inspirational messages are to help you strengthen and rebuild your spirit when you need it th... more
by Rene QianThe 16-exercise easy to do energy routine revealed in the M.S.C.P., will grant the reader mind clarity awareness; by regulating breathing and posture, awaken hidden creativity talents while reducing stress.
by Susan MouwThis book of poems follows the author’s life in Christ, with all the questions, the worries, the trials, and the triumphs. She questions God, waits to hear His answer and then shares both in her search for wisdom.The poems follow her growth in Christ, with the first one, Twenty-five Years, giving her testimony of all the years she was blinded by the lust for things of this world.
by Oladipo DavidGod made us free moral agents, giving us the power of choice between good and evil. While we can make the decisions we want; unfortunately, we do not have total control of the consequences. And often, those consequences cascade through generations. From the contemporary and biblical examples discussed, we can see that the decisions of yesterday impacts today and today’s decisions will impact tomorrow. Apart from breathing, we do nothing more in our lives than making decisions; this cannot be... more
by Norman EberlyMillions of dollars have been profited from the popular "Left Behind" novels and their affiliated movies, which are based on the widely accepted belief that the church will be raptured prior to the "Great Tribulation" of the endtime. But is the pretribulation view an accurate account of what the Bible really says? ...or is it merely based on someone's interpretative opinion? In his book, entitled "Except the Lord Build the House: A Biblical Examination of the Return of Jesus Christ and the Raptu... more
by LARRY FOWLEREvery Navy SEAL has one thing in common: they first graduated from Basic Underwater Demolition/SEAL (BUD/S) training in Coronado, California. To survive this unnerving training you have to be physically tenacious, mentally robust, and prepared to die, if necessary. Dare to Live Greatly is a powerful uncensored self-help bestseller Christian book about courage, leadership, personal growth and inspirational faith that proves everyone is called to be a victorious warrior in life. No matter how d... more
by Marie A. TombowThis book is based on God’s and my journey together. The only other resources I’ve brought into this was to support what God had already given me. Been there, done that, but didn’t want the t-shirt so to speak. But I’m glad I’ve been there and done that because now I can help someone else who no longer wants to be there doing that.Being the second book in the series, this work is aimed at the families, loved ones, and friends who have gay folks in their midst – as well as the gay folks themselve... more
by Laura BartnickWhere does your creativity come from? The Creator's ingenuity is expressed in the ongoing logos inside you. He has chosen to belong in you, thriving in speech, radiant in nature, just and merciful in His law. The logos is expressed in your human gifts, offices, and in the fruits of the Spirit in your community and in you. Because you are created in God’s image and given specific creative gifts and a life of purpose, you are very special to Him. This Creator has a few guidelines to make you... more
by Laura BartnickIn this second book of the Land of Twilight Trilogy, seventh-grade Lorna struggles with the meaning of friend like, how to be one, how to choose one, and how to keep one. Lorna rejects her dad, deceives her mom, and turns her back on the ethereal Land of Twilight. She even turns on her best friend, Sam, in favor of gaining the attention of a new girl in the neighborhood, Jenny. Lorna sheds her own social norms, stealing and hiding as she pretends to enjoy her second year in challenging Crestw... more
by Laura BartnickBOOK ONE IN THE LAND OF TWILIGHT TRILOGY (ages 8-12) Sam and Lorna’s bike challenge becomes far more than a neighborhood race in this action-adventure fantasy for intermediate grades. Riding over a cairn at sunset, Lorna surfaces in Twilight, where she is given three impossible tasks to complete before her heart's desire is granted. Story Line: Avid sixth-grade mountain biker, Lorna Wilson, moves to Crestwood, Arizona, after her parents' divorce. Unpacking, Lorna seeks a way to fit into... more
by Akpobome AgadaighoThis book explains to man the esswence of human existence on earth and also teaches man the most important desire of man that can make him to achieve peace and comfort. Sustaining human and the earth to the original purpose of God is possible if we make the best decision, this is the wisdom that overcomes the world.
by Sheree Taylor-Jones
I was always a "Why?" child. Why is the sky blue? Why do I have to eat vegetables? Why is red, red? My issue was I never grew out of constantly asking why for everything? I was driven to make sense of my world. I thought if I just asked the "right" questions then I could finally understand the world and my life would be under control.
My questions eventually turned into the unanswerable philosophical ones, such as: "Why does God allow such evil to exist?" This not knowing caused me lots... more
by Norman HardmanThis book was written with a high level of transparency to help you better connect your own experiences to the author's story. Sex and pornography are taboo subjects that need to be discussed more often, especially in religious and social groups. The aim of this book is to set the stage for these types of conversations to take place, and encourage men to go beyond what they once believed was impossible. As you are encouraged by this book, share your story with someone else, and encourage them to... more
by Robert LeihyThis book elaborates on contentednessone aspect of the mindfulness philosophy that emerges from Buddhism. The areas of deep relaxation, calm, and still awareness of the immediate moment; a virtuous lifestyle; and an appropriate and authentic worldview are discussed.
by Robert HarrisIn The Jesus Perspective, Robert Harris critically examines Christianity with the goal of determining which of its elements are useful, essential, and in alignment with what Jesus actually taught and believed. The result is a fresh and vigorous interpretation of the faith called Path Christianity. At its core is the idea that the elements of the Christian faith are best seen not as events that we merely acknowledge, but as processes in which we actively participate. Thus the focus shifts to acti... more
by Erica F. MitchellNo Less Blessed: Seeking God in the Wilderness of Infertility and Childlessness is an unapologetically transparent glimpse into author Erica F. Mitchell's personal experience with infertility and provides biblically-sound consideration for coping with adversity and loss. No Less Blessed differs from many books on this subject because it focuses on the experience of infertility instead of the outcome, thereby inclusive of the infertility experience that concludes without the miracle childbirth. ... more