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Spirituality and religion new titles

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No way back  by Donald H. Battley

No way back

Donald H. Battley

Book

"No Way Back is the heartfelt story of an Anglican priest deeply impacted by the charismatic movement as it swept through New Zealand in the late twentieth century. Having lived through all the stages of the movement, Don Battley takes the reader inside...

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The seven longest yards  by Chris Norton

The seven longest yards

Chris Norton

Book

Quadriplegics do not simply walk again - yet millions watched as Chris Norton took ten nearly impossible steps. With his fiancee, Emily, supporting at his side, those unbelievable steps became the start of an extraordinary journey for them both. In a...

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Discerning the voice of God  by Priscilla Evans. Shirer

Discerning the voice of God

Priscilla Evans. Shirer

Book

Having a hard time knowing what God is saying versus what others are saying? This Bible study from author and speaker Shirer is designed to help participants know the voice of God: His language, character, and tone of voice.

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Oh my gods  by Philip Freeman

Oh my gods

Philip Freeman

Book

The author, a professor of classics and visiting scholar at the Harvard Divinity school presents modern interpretations of traditional Greek and Roman myths that render classic themes accessible to a new generation of readers. Here he retells some of...

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A replacement for religion

A replacement for religion

Book

Many of us find ourselves in the odd situation of not believing in religion - but nevertheless being interested in it, moved by it and sympathetic to some of its aims. We may enjoy religious art and architecture, music and community, and even some of...

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On the mystery of being

On the mystery of being

Book

Who are we? What is our place in this vast and ever-evolving universe? Where do science and spirituality meet? If you've pondered these questions, you’re not alone. Join some of the most spiritually curious and renowned minds of our time for an explo...

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The heart is a noisy room  by Ronald Boyd-MacMillan

The heart is a noisy room

Ronald Boyd-MacMillan

Book

We all have inner stories we tell ourselves - voices that seem inseparable from who we are. They can be crushingly negative, telling us we'll never amount to anything. Or they can be positive - and keep us addicted to achievement. Either way, if we s...

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The wormwood prophecy  by Thomas R. Horn

The wormwood prophecy

Thomas R. Horn

Book

Is the star from Revelation 8 already headed toward Earth? What's more, do government officials already know the answer to that question? Traditional scholarly interpretation claims that the Wormwood star will be an asteroid. Others postulate that it...

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30 days to taming your kid's tongue  by Deborah Smith Pegues

30 days to taming your kid's tongue

Deborah Smith Pegues

Book

Learning to control the tongue is a lifelong pursuit. That's why it's so important for you as parents to help your children learn to tame their tongues from the moment they begin to talk. Certified behavioral consultant Deborah Pegues offers invaluab...

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A redesigned life  by Tracy Steel

A redesigned life

Tracy Steel

Book

Drawing from time-honored design principles such as movement, contrast, and pattern, former interior designer and Bible teacher Tracy Steel offers frustrated and discontented women the assurance that God is their ever-present, caring Designer. With a...

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100 days in the secret place

100 days in the secret place

Book

Gene Edwards, author of Divine Romance, has gathered together key writings from three notable Christian mystics from the seventeenth century: Miguel de Molinos, Madame Jeanne Guyon, and Francois Fenelon. Over the next 100 days, you will embark on a j...

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Stop calling me beautiful  by Phylicia Masonheimer

Stop calling me beautiful

Phylicia Masonheimer

Book

The "you’re beautiful" message of Women's ministries is light and engaging, but God's vision for you is so much bigger. If you are hungry for a more vibrant spiritual life, Stop Calling Me Beautiful teaches you how to pursue the deeper truths of who God...

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A seal upon the heart  by Timothy Keller

A seal upon the heart

Timothy Keller

Book

Tim and Kathy Keller's bestseller The Meaning of Marriage looked at the human need for love and its expression in marriage. This new devotional, drawing on that book but consisting of all-new material, is a day-by-day devotional to help couples find ...

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Bible journaling made simple  by Sandy Allnock

Bible journaling made simple

Sandy Allnock

Book

Your relationship with God is unique. Shouldn't your Bible reflect and celebrate that bond? In this introduction to Bible journaling, you'll discover meaningful ways to combine art, heart and scripture - from backgrounds to hand-lettered verses to be...

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Introduction to Zen training  by Sōgen Ōmori

Introduction to Zen training

Sōgen Ōmori

Book

Introduction to zen training is a translation of "Sanzen nyumon", a text for beginning students by Omori Sogen, one of the foremost Zen masters of the twentieth century. Providing a solid grounding in the physical nature of Zen meditation, this book...

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The oracle  by Jonathan Cahn

The oracle

Jonathan Cahn

Book

"Could an ancient prophecy and a mysterious ordinance given in a Middle Eastern desert over three thousand years ago be determining the events of our day? Could some of the most famous people of modern history and current events be secretly linked to...

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Run with the horses  by Eugene H. Peterson

Run with the horses

Eugene H. Peterson

Book

In Jeremiah 12:5 God says to the prophet, "If you have raced with men on foot and they have worn you out, how can you compete with horses? If you stumble in safe country, how will you manage in the thickets by the Jordan?" We all long to live life at...

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Sacred rest  by Saundra Dalton-Smith

Sacred rest

Saundra Dalton-Smith

Book

In Sacred Rest, Dr. Saundra Dalton-Smith, a board-certified internal medicine doctor and Bible teacher, reveals why rest can no longer remain optional for those desiring their best life. Written for those who go to bed tired and wake up still exhausted,...

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Through the eyes of a lion  by Levi Lusko

Through the eyes of a lion

Levi Lusko

eAudiobook

What will you do when the unthinkable happens in your life? Her parents called her Lenya Lion because of her ferocious personality and hair that had been wild and mane-like since birth. But they never expected that, five days before Christmas, their....

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The story of Christianity  by David Bentley Hart

The story of Christianity

David Bentley Hart

Book

In The Story of Christianity, acclaimed theologian David Bentley Hart provides a sweeping and informative portrait of a faith that has shaped the western world and beyond for over 2,000 years. From the persecutions of the early church to the papal-im...

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Just. You. Wait.  by Tricia Lott Williford

Just. You. Wait.

Tricia Lott Williford

Book

Everybody waits. We wait for a spouse, wait for a baby, wait on our children, wait for our parents. We wait for clarity and direction. We wait on a job, a promotion, a new direction. We wait for hope, for healing, and for miracles. We wait on God. And...

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Enough as you are  by Peggy Marian Weber

Enough as you are

Peggy Marian Weber

Book

Peggy Weber has spent much of her life wondering, and doubting, if she is enough: smart enough, attractive enough, holy enough, impressive enough. She knows that she is not alone in having these feelings. In Enough as You Are, Weber shares her experiences...

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Commentary on the New Testament  by Robert H. (Robert Horton) Gundry

Commentary on the New Testament

Robert H. (Robert Horton) Gundry

Book

Going beyond questions of authorship, date, sources, and historicity, respected linguist and teacher Gundry offers a one-volume exposition of the New Testament that focuses on what is most useful for preaching, teaching, and individual study--what the...

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The ultimate gift  by William C. Hammond

The ultimate gift

William C. Hammond

Book

The death of a loved one shatters the lives of those left behind. In our grief and despair, we pray to everything holy that this is not the end. Despite what common sense might dictate, we pray for the peace, comfort, and serenity—and yes, the joy—that...

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Entering the mind of Buddha  by Reb Anderson

Entering the mind of Buddha

Reb Anderson

Book

The six paramitas--generosity, ethical discipline, patience, heroic effort, concentration, and wisdom--are among the core teachings of Buddhism across all its schools. For newcomers and seasoned practitioners alike, they are foundational practices to...

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Roman mythology  by David Stuttard

Roman mythology

David Stuttard

Book

The sites and events throughout the ancient world provided Romans with a rich tapestry to weave the stories of their past. Rome itself was a melting pot of peoples from across the Mediterranean and beyond, each bringing their myths and legends of heroes...

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Agnostic at the altar  by John Van Hagen

Agnostic at the altar

John Van Hagen

Book

In Agnostic at the Altar, former Catholic priest and psychologist John Van Hagen engages the voices of the ancient Jewish prophets in an effort to find something of a universal voice that speaks to all people. He builds upon the work of Scripture sch...

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Relax & be aware  by Sayadaw U. Tejaniya

Relax & be aware

Sayadaw U. Tejaniya

Book

A lucid, practical guide to develop relaxation, awareness, mental clarity, and spiritual insight in your daily life. Since mindfulness is known to be so physically, mentally, and spiritually beneficial, why not practice it right now? Why not in every...

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Sermons from the bush  by Ian Brickell

Sermons from the bush

Ian Brickell

Book

From the back-blocks of Northern Hawkes Bay, New Zealand, comes a collection of sermons that call believers to live faithfully to the Word of God and be ready for Christ's return. Ian Brickell currently farms the 563 rugged but beautiful hectares of ...

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Religion as we know it  by Jack Miles

Religion as we know it

Jack Miles

Book

A short, provocative book on religion from a Pulitzer Prize-winning author. In his new book, acclaimed scholar Jack Miles poses a question: How did our forebears begin to think about religion as a distinct domain, separate from other activities that were...

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Chicken soup for the soul. Angels all around : 101 inspirational stories of miracles, divine intervention, and answered prayers  by Amy Newmark

Chicken soup for the soul. Angels all around : 101 inspirational stories of miracles, divine intervention, and answered prayers

Amy Newmark

Book

In this book of 101 inspirational stories, contributors share their personal angel experiences of faith, miracles, and answered prayers, which will amaze and inspire you. More than what we experience, it's often the memory of who we experience that lasts....

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Pharisees & fallacies  by Norman Maclean

Pharisees & fallacies

Norman Maclean

Book

"These essays address commonly recognised, but little understood aspects of the Judaeo-Christian tradition: the creation myth; patriarchal biblical figures; sainthood; Heaven above and Hell below; the Marys - virgin and whore; New Age fascinations; a...

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The zookeeper's secret  by Jeffery A. Thompson

The zookeeper's secret

Jeffery A. Thompson

Book

Perhaps your professional and other life ambitions are simply a means to an end--a way to pay the bills or pursue a lifestyle. But what if there was something more? What if you could have success and fulfillment in equal measure? In response to these...

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Alive in God  by Timothy Radcliffe

Alive in God

Timothy Radcliffe

Book

How can Christianity touch the imagination of our contemporaries when ever fewer people in the West identify as religious? Timothy Radcliffe argues we must show how everything we believe is an invitation to live fully. God says: 'I put before you life...

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The milieu  by Thomas R. Horn

The milieu

Thomas R. Horn

Book

Utopia or Dystopia? Shangri-La or purgatory? Paradise or perdition? What future truly awaits mankind on the other side of widespread human enhancement? With breakthrough advances in transhumanistic science and technology at an all-time high, it appears...

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Zen in the art of archery  by Eugen Herrigel

Zen in the art of archery

Eugen Herrigel

Book

Discusses the principles of Zen Buddhism involved in the practice of archery and shares the author's experiences studying both in Japan.

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Not for happiness  by Jamyang Khyentse

Not for happiness

Jamyang Khyentse

Book

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A people's history of Christianity  by Diana Butler Bass

A people's history of Christianity

Diana Butler Bass

Book

While bringing to life the movements, personalities, and spiritual disciplines that have always informed and ignited Christian worship and social activism, Butler Bass persuasively argues that corrective--even subversive--beliefs and practices have always...

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I give up  by Laura Story

I give up

Laura Story

Book

But I don't want to surrender! Have you ever felt those words bubbling up so deep inside you want to shout? It's normal. It's natural. It's human to want to be in control. But when your need for peace surpasses your desire for control, God-who truly...

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The lost art of scripture  by Karen Armstrong

The lost art of scripture

Karen Armstrong

Book

In this timely and important book, one of the world's leading commentators on religious affairs examines the lost art of Scripture as a medium to lift humanity and change our perception of reality while evading logical explanation. Today the Quran is...

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The only little prayer you need  by Debra Landwehr Engle

The only little prayer you need

Debra Landwehr Engle

Book

These six words--please heal my fear-based thoughts--change lives. In this brief and inspiring book, based on Engle's study of A Course in Miracles, she explains how to use the prayer and experience immediate benefits: being less irritable, more pati...

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A spring within us  by Richard Rohr

A spring within us

Richard Rohr

Book

In these daily reflections, Richard Rohr invites us to rediscover the spring hidden inside each one of us. He reminds us of our inherent belovedness and God's indwelling presence. Remembering who we truly are is a gradual, lifelong journey: Fr Richard...

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The calling  by Julia Mossbridge

The calling

Julia Mossbridge

Book

The Calling offers a ground-breaking twelve-week program to help you discover more fulfilling work, more authentic relationships, and a deeper sense of connection. It's no secret that many working professionals are dissatisfied with their occupations-it's...

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Sacred pace  by Terry Looper

Sacred pace

Terry Looper

Book

How do we hear from God and discern His will when it's time to make big decisions? Terry Looper shares a four-step process for doing just that - a process he has learned and refined over thirty years as a Christian entrepreneur and founder of a multi...

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Jesus in me  by Anne Graham Lotz

Jesus in me

Anne Graham Lotz

Book

In Jesus in Me, Anne Graham Lotz draws on her rich biblical knowledge as well as her personal journey--including her recent cancer diagnosis--to help us understand that the Holy Spirit is not a magic genie, a flame of fire, or a vague feeling. He is a...

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Sabbath  by Nicola Slee

Sabbath

Nicola Slee

Book

Deep within the woods, amid the harry and hassle of endlessly proliferating demands - from work and loved ones, social media and new technologies, as well as by church and other organisations to which we belong - lies God's invitation to Sabbath, a clearing...

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The first society  by Scott Hahn

The first society

Scott Hahn

Book

Everyone seems to agree that Western Civilization is in trouble. The problem is that no one agrees on what has gone wrong or what to do about it. Some think we have too much government, some not enough; some think we have too much capitalism, some not...

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The 12-step Buddhist  by Darren Littlejohn

The 12-step Buddhist

Darren Littlejohn

Book

The face of addiction and alcoholism is recognizable to many—it may be a celebrity, a colleague, or even a loved one. And though the 12-step program by itself can often bring initial success, many addicts find themselves relapsing back into old ways and...

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Judaism for dummies  by Ted Falcon

Judaism for dummies

Ted Falcon

Book

Whether you're interested in the religion or the spirituality, the culture or the ethnic traditions, Judaism For Dummies explores the full spectrum of Judaism, dipping into the mystical, meditative, and spiritual depth of the faith and the practice. In...

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Why religion?  by Elaine H. Pagels

Why religion?

Elaine H. Pagels

Book

Dealing with unimaginable loss-- the death of her young son, followed a year later by the shocking loss of her husband-- Pages began to reflect on the persistence and nature of belief. Here she illuminates how, for better and worse, religious traditions...

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Sikh heritage  by Sondeep Shankar

Sikh heritage

Sondeep Shankar

Book

Sikh Heritage, with a foreword by Hardeep Sigh Puri, is a succinct and delightfully photographed glimpse into the community's religion, its ten gurus, its temples, traditional systems of governance, history, architecture, and the famous Golden Temple....

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In the closet of The Vatican  by Frédéric Martel

In the closet of The Vatican

Frédéric Martel

Book

A startling account of corruption and hypocrisy at the heart of the Vatican. In the Closet of the Vatican exposes the rot at the heart of the Vatican and the Roman Catholic Church today. This brilliant piece of investigative writing is based on four ...

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Pacific apostle  by David O. McKAY

Pacific apostle

David O. McKAY

Book

"In 1920, David O. McKay visited the Latter-day Saint missions, schools, and branches in the Pacific, solidifying the Church leadership's commitment to global outreach. The trip also later inspired McKay's initiatives when he was Church president. ...

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Practice of honor  by Danny Silk

Practice of honor

Danny Silk

Book

"Honour? In Today's World? A one-of-a-kind book in both subject and perspective! "The Practice of Honor" is about reformation of honour--it is intended to disrupt your current model of authority! Jesus put it like this, ""You know that the rulers of ...

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The next right thing  by Emily P. Freeman

The next right thing

Emily P. Freeman

Book

Nothing gets our attention like an unmade decision: Should I accept the new position? Which schooling choice is best for my kids? How can I support my aging parents? When we have a decision to make and the answer isn't clear, what we want more than anything...

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Your future self will thank you  by Drew Dyck

Your future self will thank you

Drew Dyck

Book

When we fail, its easy to make excuses or blame our circumstances. But let's face it: the biggest enemy is usually the one staring back at us from the mirror every morning. We lack self-control. We tend to think of it as boring, but the truth is that...

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Your battles belong to the Lord  by Joyce Meyer

Your battles belong to the Lord

Joyce Meyer

Book

Argues that the devil is real and active in the world today and is the true source of many people's struggles, and explains how you can overcome the devil and live a life of peace, freedom, faith, and victory.

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Luminaries  by Rowan Williams

Luminaries

Rowan Williams

Book

Starting in the first century with St Paul and ending in the twentieth with St Oscar Romero, Rowan Williams invites you to reflect with him on the lives and legacies of twenty great Christians - saints, martyrs, poets, theologians and social reformers....

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Meditation  by Patrick J. Harbula

Meditation

Patrick J. Harbula

Book

Meditation is an ancient practice that has brought peace and clarity to people from every time, culture, and place. Its benefits --a sense of calm, greater knowledge of self, better health--are as appealing to the modern world as they were to the ancient....

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Grace to the city

Grace to the city

Book

It is easy to find many people writing about the church in China, analyzing its theological positions and social impact. It is much more difficult to find the actual gospel voice of the Chinese church--the sermons, prayers, and beliefs of the people....

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What makes you not a Buddhist  by Jamyang Khyentse

What makes you not a Buddhist

Jamyang Khyentse

Book

In this book, Tibetan Buddhist master Dzongsar Jamyand Khyentse challenges the Buddhist world to look at its common misconceptions, stereotypes and myths, urging readers to move beyond the superficial trappings of Buddhism - beads, incense, exotic robes...

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Life's healing choices  by John Baker

Life's healing choices

John Baker

Book

Happiness and Healing are yours for the choosing. We've all been hurt by other people, we've hurt ourselves, and we've hurt others. And as a result, every single one of us ends up with some sort of hurt, hang-up, or habit. But the question we all face...

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Ask Peter Kreeft  by Peter Kreeft

Ask Peter Kreeft

Peter Kreeft

Book

Answers to a hundred questions--on philosophy, religion, morality, culture, and other topics--that people have asked author Peter Kreeft.

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A time to speak  by Lloyd Geering

A time to speak

Lloyd Geering

Book

"In this new volume, Lloyd Geering presents previously unpublished talks and lectures which will interest a wider audience than was originally intended. The first examines the relevance of Christian perspectives in a post-Christian global era, and asks...

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Scattered servants  by Alan Scott

Scattered servants

Alan Scott

Book

Alan Scott, a leader in the Vineyard Movement, draws upon his years of experience to share inspiring stories of cities transformed by scattered servants. He shares practical ways for church leaders to move beyond the building walls and take the kingdom...

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Catholicity and emerging personhood  by Daniel P. Horan

Catholicity and emerging personhood

Daniel P. Horan

Book

An exploration of the meaning and identity of the human person in light of a renewed theology of creation, the ongoing discoveries of evolution and natural sciences, and newly appropriated resources in the theological tradition.

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Unbelievers  by Alec Ryrie

Unbelievers

Alec Ryrie

Book

We think we know the history of faith: how the ratio of Christian believers has declined and a secular age dawned. In this startlingly original history, Alex Ryrie puts faith in the dock to explore how religious belief didn't just fade away. Rather, ...

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The greatest secret  by Krish Kandiah

The greatest secret

Krish Kandiah

Book

Theologian Krish Kandiah had been a missionary, a youth worker and a pastor - but for all his Christian qualifications, he found himself lost in his relationship with God. That was until he rediscovered his Christian faith through a simple secret: he...

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A pilgrimage to eternity  by Timothy Egan

A pilgrimage to eternity

Timothy Egan

Book

At a time when Britain, America, and much of Europe have never been so secular--and when his mother's death and his Irish Catholic family's complicated history with the church prompted a reckoning with his own beliefs -- Timothy Egan decided to follow...

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The Zen book of life  by Mark Zocchi

The Zen book of life

Mark Zocchi

Book

Inspired by the teachings of the Buddha and other great masters, teachers, and writers, this is a book designed to help people connect to their inner divinity and find their spiritual path. It is overflowing with profound quotes, sayings, and insights,...

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My journey to heaven  by Marvin J. Besteman

My journey to heaven

Marvin J. Besteman

Book

On April 28, 2006, as he lay in his hospital bed in Ann Arbor, Michigan, visions of celestial beauty were the last thing on Marv Besteman's mind. He had just had surgery to remove a rare pancreatic tumor. It was after visiting hours and his family had...

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Almost Amish  by Nancy Sleeth

Almost Amish

Nancy Sleeth

Book

Have you ever stopped to think, "Maybe the Amish are on to something"? Look around. We tweet while we drive, we talk while we text, and we surf the Internet until we fall asleep. We are essentially plugged in and available 24 hours a day, seven days a...

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Echoes of darkness  by Jadie Hager

Echoes of darkness

Jadie Hager

Book

"A missionary family, a violent attack, and one woman's brave determination to break free from trauma. Jadie's story is one of forgiveness, hope, healing, and victory in Christ. When she was a young girl, Jadie (and her missionary family) experienced...

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Radical lives. Vol. 1  by Janet Lisa Balcombe

Radical lives. Vol. 1

Janet Lisa Balcombe

Book

From New Zealand Christian author Janet Balcombe, here are 15 true life stories of inspirational people who turned their lives from despair and dysfunction by hearing God's call.

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When plants dream  by Daniel Pinchbeck

When plants dream

Daniel Pinchbeck

Book

Ayahuasca is a powerful tool for transformation, that more and more Westerners are flocking to drink in a quest for greater self-knowledge, healing and reconnection with the natural world. This formerly esoteric, little-known brew is now a growth industry....

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God in the Qur'an  by Jack Miles

God in the Qur'an

Jack Miles

Book

Who is Allah? What makes Him unique? And what does He ask of those who submit to His teachings? The God of the Qur'an revises and perfects: His purpose is to make whole what had been corrupted or lost from the practices and scriptures of the earlier ...

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Inner engineering  by Jaggi Vasudev

Inner engineering

Jaggi Vasudev

Book

"Thought leader, visionary, philanthropist, mystic, and yogi Sadhguru presents Western readers with time-tested technologies to achieve absolute well-being. The founder of the Isha Foundation, an all-volunteer organization involved in large-scale hum...

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Mindfulness in plain English  by Henepola Gunaratana

Mindfulness in plain English

Henepola Gunaratana

Book

Presents an introduction to meditation according to Buddhist principles, describing the advantages of the practice and addressing some of the difficulties that can come up.

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I give up  by Laura Story

I give up

Laura Story

Book

Living in total surrender to God is the only pathway to true joy and an abundant life, no matter what challenges you face.

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Risen motherhood  by Emily Warburton Jensen

Risen motherhood

Emily Warburton Jensen

Book

Motherhood is hard. In a world of five-step lists and silver-bullet solutions to become perfect parents, mothers are burdened with mixed messages about who they are and what choices they should make. If you feel pulled between high-fives and hard words,...

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Dominion  by Tom Holland

Dominion

Tom Holland

Book

A revisionist, controversial account of Western history, sure to be widely reviewed and debated. Christianity is the most enduring and influential legacy of the ancient world, and its emergence the single most transformative development in Western hi...

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Shifting atmospheres  by Dawna De Silva

Shifting atmospheres

Dawna De Silva

Book

The atmosphere around you is alive with unseen spiritual activity—a battle between forces of darkness and light. You can take dominion over the supernatural environment for the Kingdom of God! Dawna De Silva presents a strategy for spiritual victory....

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Creation and the cross  by Elizabeth A. Johnson

Creation and the cross

Elizabeth A. Johnson

Book

Confronting the woeful legacy of a centuries old theology, Johnson shows how the beauty of our faith tradition is deepened by being rooted in ecological reality. She lays out the foundations in scripture, the teachings of Jesus, and the early Church for...

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Hatch, match & dispatch  by Richard Leonard

Hatch, match & dispatch

Richard Leonard

Book

An accessible, engaging and educational journey through the history, liturgy and theology of the seven Sacraments.

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How joyful people think  by Jamie Rasmussen

How joyful people think

Jamie Rasmussen

Book

Two people can face the same type of adversity and have two vastly different reactions, even when they have the same background and worldview. What makes the difference when one person responds with joy and the other responds with bitterness? Perspec...

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When helping hurts  by Steve Corbett

When helping hurts

Steve Corbett

Book

Churches and individual Christians typically have faulty assumptions about the causes of poverty, resulting in the use of strategies that do considerable harm to poor people and themselves. When Helping Hurts provides foundational concepts, clearly a...

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Enchantments  by Mya Spalter

Enchantments

Mya Spalter

Book

Mya Spalter has spent years among candles, herbs, cats, and spells as an employee at New York City's oldest occult shop, Enchantments. Since it would get crowded in there if all of you visited, this beautifully illustrated book will be your guide to ...

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