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Spirituality/Inspirational

  • 9781504919463

    by Tonette Carter
    Who Jesus Is tells what God says through his word who Jesus is. It is written for all, the young and old and all ages in between to know and understand who Jesus is. This book is alive like Jesus is alive today. Once you read it you will either be mad or glad. Jesus cannot be taken lightly by anyone. You cannot shove the Son of God into a corner, or sweep him under a rug. The mere fact that God created man from the dust of the earth and our bodies consists of thirty-nine elements from the du... more
  • Dream Training

    by Colin Gilmartin
    Do you have a big dream, but don't know where to start or how to achieve it? Or perhaps you know you can play a bigger game, but, haven't had the confidence or support to step into your greatness? Welcome to Dream Training, where you will get clarity, confidence and a step-by-step guide to think big, make bold decisions and surprise yourself with what you will accomplish. So, get ready to Dream Big and reach for the stars, with Coach Colin showing you the way and making it fun and accessible fo... more
  • PRINCIPLES OF BREAKTHROUGH

    by UVARA ISAAC U. NELSON
    This book reveals the fundamental principles for breakthrough through simple yet fundamental self guided practices. The principle contained herein include the act of discipline, giving, learning, most importantly the principle of connecting with the right people, be in the right place and your position in life. It is a basic truth that no two persons possess the same level of gift, even if they have the same gifts. You will also discover common mistakes people make about themselves. This book is... more
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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.
  • 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
  • The Other Side of Christmas

    by Beth Gully
    This upside-down book is filled ambigram pictures (images that can be turned upside down to become new images). Using poetry in a Dr. Seuss'ish cadence, the book illustrates Christmas activities during December. Then at the end of the book the text lures the reader to turn the book upside down. Now these same pictures tell the chronological birth of Jesus. Captivating and jaw-dropping, this book brings an 'AHA!' to every reader. Winner of 4 awards including a GOLD Int'l Summit Award for Book D... more
  • Surfaces & Souvenirs: Textures of Togetherness

    by Raju Peddada
    Surfaces & Souvenirs by Raju Peddada is about avoiding the "standard" experience for children. It is about learning to see beyond the obvious. It about watching things evolve. Every outing should incite wonder. Every excursion should grab their attention, and sharpen their sensibilities. Every experience must attend to their inclinations and spur development of their interests. Every outing, that reveals a multitude of materials, textures and interactions, nurtures their capacity to think latera... more
  • My Brother Who Taught Me to Fly

    by C Brookins
    "Take a journey with a little boy whose life is forever changed, by one act of his brother...." A little boy is inspired and encouraged by his brother's unwillingness, to give up.
  • Too Many Pets

    by Catherine Wayne & Robyn Phaedra Mitchell
  • I Can Soar

    by Darlene H. Williamson
    I Can Soar is an inspiring children's book that encourages young people to always aim high even though there may be difficulties in their lives. I Can Soar is based on the biblical principle in Isaiah 40:31. "But those who trust the Lord will find new strength. They will soar high on wings like eagles..." I Can Soar will teach children not to be afraid to ask for help. The book shares the adventures of Jessie, a female bird, who runs into trouble but escapes. I Can Soar teaches life les... more
  • Here Comes a Storm (Jemima Love Bible Stories) (Volume 1)

    by Nicole Mangum
    This book tells of the wonders of God. It is also a beautiful prayer.
  • Can These Bones Live?

    by Nicole Mangum / Jemima Love
    Ezekiel is asked a mysterious question. Can these bones live? Can they? Can something that is dead be giving life again. Read the story of the dry bones and find out.
  • Job's Jemima

    by Nicole Mangum
    Job was a great man. He also had great daughters. Learn the story of Job and realize that there is so much more to a name.
  • My God Is!

    by Nicole Mangum / Jemima Love
    What does God mean to you. Let's read about this little angel's feeling towards her God and Creator.

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