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  • SHE: Ekla Cholo Re

    by Santosh Avvannavar
    Set in the backdrop of 1990 Calcutta, She is a story about finding one’s own identity in spite of all odds. The story spins around the life of Kusum, a brave heart whose identity is often untitled and blurred; it does not belong anywhere, definitely not under the ‘he’ or ‘she’ bracket, thanks to our social conditioning. Will she be successful in her mission? Find out in She, an utterly absorbing read that derives inspiration from Tagore’s “Ekla Cholo Re” song, which urges everyone to move on des... more
  • Mary of Nazareth

    by Jean Vaughn
    Mary, an ordinary young woman of Nazareth in Galilee, is called by God to live an extraordinary life. Like her ancestors, Abraham and Sara, Moses, Hannah, and Elizabeth, she says, “Yes.”**This is Mary’s story from the annunciation by the angel Gabriel to her last days in Jerusalem. The story ends there where Mary goes first to live with the apostle John, then when John goes to Epheses, she lives alone under the care of her son James who is the leader of the Jerusalem Church. Joseph and Jesus are... more
  • Mission to Metlakatla

    by Elaine Wentworth
    In 1857, British William Duncan, age 25, became a British Lay-Missionary to civilize the savage Tsimshian Indian tribe near Fort Simpson, northernmost trading post in coastal British Columbia. Learning their complex language from a young Indian; becoming friends, he met Chief Legaic, who supported Duncan starting a school. Gaining a following, he developed the Christian mission called Metlakatla. Later, the British forced claim to their ancestral lands. Duncan appealed to U.S. Congress who voted... more
  • Wheels of Wisdom: Life Lessons for the Restless Spirit

    by Tim and Debbie Bishop

    Looking for more out of life?

    After three tours totaling over 10,000 miles, Tim and Debbie Bishop have discovered wisdom and truth from the seat of a bicycle. In Wheels of Wisdom, the authors share the life lessons they learned on the open road.

    When you're looking for enlightenment, you can find it almost anywhere, be it from watching two herons saunter across a Florida road, pedaling to a dead-end in a Kentucky tobacco field, or observing eagl... more

  • Two Are Better: Midlife Newlyweds Bicycle Coast to Coast

    by Tim and Debbie Bishop
    Waiting upon the Lord takes on new meaning when you’ve been searching for companionship for over thirty years. Such was the case for Tim and Debbie Bishop. At age 52, the couple finally found in each other that special someone they’d been searching for years to marry. They moved from marriage proposal and wedding, to Tim’s “retirement” and relocation, to embarking on their cycling adventure in only ten weeks. Early reviewer Scott Emack knows this isn’t just another travelogue: “Framed within ... more
  • Realizing God: A Handbook to Remember Who You Are

    by marcelle Neumann
    Think of God not as an illumined being residing in some heavenly realm but as energy. The very substance of which everything is made. What you are aware of or have the consciousness of becomes your reality. If you have the consciousness of abundance and joy, you will realize these and manifest them in you life.
  • Making Mindful Magic

    by Lea McKnoulty
    Making Mindful Magic shares the gift of mindfulness with children. Written in verse and illustrated with Lea’s full colour pastel artworks, the book is filled with experiences that are technology-free, mostly set in nature and ignite children’s innate creativity, inviting them into the present moment. A detailed guide for parents and teachers accompanies the verses at the end of the book, with helpful advice on getting the most out of the book and experiences.
  • From The Pit To The Palace

    A journey in the life of a young man Joseph in the bible, starting from a dream, moving to a pit ending up in the Palace. Reaching your dream is not easy, it is filled with delays, derails, challenges and people. The book motivates the reader to persevere and work towards their dream, it is possible.
  • Altar'd: Faith Building Evidence Leading to New Life

    by Jay Cavaiani
    Why do you believe what you believe? If someone were to ask you that question, do you have, and could you respond with, a compelling answer? The Bible says Jesus died on a cross to forgive men of their sins. Why did He have to die, and why does His death forgive us? How can we know if what the Bible says is true? Altar’d provides inspiring, historic, faith-building evidence, revealing how God fulfilled His own rules and master plan to restore his people to relationship with Him throug... more
  • Why Me?: Overcome Life's Battles and Soldier on

    by Misty Michael

    Loneliness. Hopelessness. Worthlessness. Addiction. Abuse. Have you ever found yourself there? If so, this book is for you. Misty Michael found herself chained in a cycle of addiction, abuse, and emotional bondage. With stunning candor, she chronicles her journey from a path of self-destruction to a life of newfound meaning and joy. Why Me? will inspire and guide you through life’s battles. Together with God, you will discover a way out. No matter how hopele... more


    The human mind is a cognitive faculty that enables consciousness, perception, judgment, and memory. It is the originality, the soul and the central point of existence of man. In this book however, the focus is on negative emotional conditions and how they affect how psychological, physiological and spiritual growth and development. Is there any contradictory fact saying that anger, pride, fear, doubt, murmuring, pride, hatred, jealousy/envy affect our relationship with God and man? These ... more
  • God, Where Are You When I Need You?

    by Dana Watts
    Dana Watts was a life-long atheist who believed that science and reason had all the answers, and self-reliance was the way to health and happiness. But when she was diagnosed with breast cancer, her beliefs were shaken to their core, leaving her disoriented, afraid, and hopeless. So begins a deeply personal search for spiritual meaning and faith. For guidance, she turned to an unexpected source: clergy and people of faith who dedicated their life to God. Through her conversations with them, sh... more
  • My Forgotten Self

    by Lynyetta G. Willis, Ph. D.
    Tiev is a playful girl who vividly dreams about the many paths her life can take. However, when she shares these dreams with her family, they quickly tell her why she cannot be any of the things her heart desires. Feeling lost, hurt and confused, Tiev encounters a powerful and loving Being, I Am. Tiev gets a glimpse into who she truly is and the amazing gifts waiting for her along each of her desired paths. Intended for children ages 5-9 years old, My Forgotten Self allows children and adults... more
  • Map: Living a Centered Life

    by Z. T. Bloch-Jorgensen
  • The Power of 10: A Practice for Engaging Your Voice of Wisdom

    by Rugger Burke
    The Power of 10 is a practice for engaging the voice of wisdom through inquiry and advocacy. Inquiry raises our awareness of what is through inviting us to examine our current state of being; advocacy prompts us to live into what is possible. Together, inquiry and advocacy evoke the voice of wisdom – the quiet, still voice inside us, the confluence of knowledge, experience, and insight flowing through all living beings that speaks through our bodies, hearts, and minds. As we learn to listen t... more
  • Being With: Maybe This Is What Life Is All About

    by Robert R. Ball
    In spite of its apparent simplicity, “being with” is a phrase with deeply profound significance. Having someone who cares enough to “be with” us, personally and authentically, is arguably the deepest of all human needs. In times of crisis and loss, the reality of this need is apparent and inescapable; and yet, “being with” relationships turn out to be equally as important in our day-by-day activities. Modern-day medicine and psychology have made it incontestably clear that authentic personal rel... more