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by Debbie CapiccioniA little boy named Sam was taking his friend Spud the potato bug for show and tell. In his adventure, he went through some sad and happy moments through it all.
by Tianna JonesCali Girl how did you make it in the Treacherous Streets of Detroit" is a remarkable true story of a woman growing from her past negative circumstances and coming to realize her protector was the Lord. This heartfelt story helps show the world the hard reality of life and how choices impact your future. Going through the twists and turns of author Jones' autobiography has helped open opportunities for other women to express themselves.
by Haifa BlanchardA near-death experience at the age of eight would be only the first challenge Haifa Blanchard would face, and over time, she learned we all have two choices: We can wallow in negative emotions or we can rise above them. In Aim Higher, Haifa reveals the challenging life events that led her to rock bottom, the inward journey that she embarked on to rebuild her faith and life, and the meaningful lessons she learned along the way. Join the author as she shares how we can all take control of our live... more
Spiritual Boot Camp for Creators & Dreamers: Encouragement, Inspiration & Basic Training to Help You Achieve Your Dreamsby Tom English and Wilma Espaillat EnglishSmart strategies and spiritual secrets for achieving your dreams! Are you a creative person? Do you have grand goals and high hopes? Are you chasing a seemingly impossible dream? More importantly, do you have what it takes? To fight fear, failure, and rejection? To weather the storms of life, defeat disappointment, and seize the day? To overcome all of the obstacles on the road to your destiny? To stay the course, no matter how tough things get, or how long the journey takes? Welcome to Spiritua... more
by Gisela HausmannMost everybody wants to reach a dream goal and only few do; but do we even know what defines a dream? And, what do super achievers like J.K. Rowlings, Steve Jobs, and Mark Zuckerberg do differently than the rest of us? While “Naked Eye-Opener’s” first edition answered these core questions, in 2017, there was no option to offer a realistic pathway to success for all readers/people, regardless of their talents and fields of expertise. Not totally surprising but still somewhat unexpectedly, i... more
by Denis HacheyDo you ever feel like you could do more with your life, but you don't know where to start? In this inspiring fiction, you will meet David, a young boy, who struggles to keep his life on track, and often blames it on his family circumstances. He is born in a rather poor family and holds his family background somehow responsible for everything wrong in life. Holding his innate circumstances responsible for every problem, David gradually develops a negative mindset that tends to make him beli... more
by Pemberley WoolfA Tale of Paddlewick is the first story in the favorable Grey Fox Farm Series. This new and blossoming Christian children’s series is influenced by God’s very own handprint. When one ventures out in mysterious forests where curious creatures live, it becomes undeniable, God truly exists.
by J. PetersUniversity on Watch: Crisis in the Academy chronicles the impact of schizophrenia on my life at college and academic career.
by Alicia SmithAlicia M. Smith's quest was to speak to people who understood struggle and loneliness--but who could also share their stepping stones toward higher ground. The moments shared by these individuals are humbling, to say the least: ~A life-altering car accident; ~A woman's quest to escape addiction and life under a bridge; ~A nurtured passion, years of hard work and memories, stolen by Hurricane Katrina; ~A late-night phone call, notifying a woman that the police may have found her husband's ... more
by Kristin Neperud Merz and Dena MercerExploring your spirituality is a journey that can help you to figure out who you are, who you can be, how you fit into the world, and how you can make a difference in the world around you. But, understanding your spirituality can sometimes feel like you are putting together a puzzle without a picture to guide you. Unpuzzling Spirituality helps the reader put together the many spiritual puzzle-pieces to help create a big, happy, peaceful, purposeful, and loving life. Let's explore things like: ... more
by Abbot George Burke
With penetrating insight, Abbot George Burke illumines the the wisdom of Lao Tzu’s classic writing, the Tao Teh King (Tao Te Ching), and the timeless practical value of China's most beloved Taoist scripture for spiritual seekers. With a unique perspective of a lifetime of study and practice of both Eastern and Western spirituality, Abbot George mines the treasures of the Tao Teh King and presents them in an easily intelligible fashion for those wishing to put these priceless teachin... more
by Dr. LaSonja Flowers-Ivory
In this amazing testament of the personalized care and powerful love of God, LaSonja uses biblical texts and reflective questioning to assist readers with applying God's Word to their lives. As she documents the guiding, nurturing and protective hand of God, she triumphantly shares overcoming personal wounds, including the exposure of her former husband's diagnosis of HIV during their marriage. LaSonja often stated that while her life was affected by his disease, God did n... more
by Dr. Stephen Harrison & Richard HuizingaBefore Malcolm Gladwell ‘s bestseller Talking to Strangers, we have the story of the Patriarchs who were constant strangers on a perpetual journey. Their journey mixes the God-given metaphors of stars , sand, and dust . The metamorphosis of God’s communication evolves as the Patriarchs , flaws and all, interact with strangers, including God.
by Dr. Stephen Harrison & Richard HuizingaDavid may not have posed for Michelangelo, but figuratively he posed for the court historian. Meanwhile, scriptures portray David as a man after God’s heart and a symbolic prelude to Christ. Pursue the search for that heart amidst his flaws and discover a surprise role model he envied and murdered.
by Shawanda R. RandolphTake a journey on a personal "Road To Damascus" with Seeing God: Hope For A New Land where the author tackles tough theological issues in attempt to break down the barriers we create that keep us from obtaining the relationship God wants with us and we want with Him, which also affects how we relate to one another. Take a glimpse inside a personal experience as the author shares her story of wanting to draw close to God, at an early age while finding struggles of living up to the demands of chu... more
by Daljit JawaIn this little book , on the basis of his personal life experiences, the author wants to give a simple message that "even if you don't believe in God, or had such bitter experience in life that it shook your faith in Him or any such super natural power,--- then please just try one more time, approach God in all humility, and place your trust " In His Hands". You may be surprised to see the wonderful results beyond your wildest imagination."