Free religion and spirituality Kindle books for 09 Dec 13

You Are Not Alone–God Is With You: A Book In Honor of Christmas

by Julia Audrina Carrington

You will be comforted to know God is with you in all stages of life. The book contains encouraging articles, comforting verses from the Holy Bible, and uplifting prayers from the author on behalf of the readers in honor of this Christmas season. Get the book now!

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This book makes an ideal gift. Get the book for family and friends now!

“Julia Carrington draws from the depth of her relationship with God to connect her readers to His heart and His voice. She knows the language of God and writes encouraging her readers to know His voice and follow Him.”–Theresa Croft, Kingdom Messenger Network

“Thanks be to God. I read one of her books, which was very good. She is a Christian first and foremost, and an awesome writer. If you have never read one of her books, let me encourage you to do so. Amen.”–R.C.

“This is a writer with whom I have the honor of reading from her works. I know personally her love of the true Word of God and particularly her love of Jesus Christ.”–K.H.

It is Julia’s desire to glorify God in all things. Julia Audrina Carrington who is a born again Christian has touched the lives of thousands of souls across the world. She has shared the message of hope with orphans and the less fortunate. She is the founder of the international mission called Mission Friends for Christ which reaches out to needy and hurting women and children. She is the author of more than five hundred Christian books and Christian novels. See many of her books at www.amazon.com by typing her name Julia Carrington in the search box on www.amazon.com. Her books make wonderful gifts for all occasions. Get her books today for yourself and for family and friends as perfect gifts for all occasions.



Israel’s Secret Cult: The incredible story of a former member of the African Hebrew Israelites of Jerusalem

by Mahaleyah Goodman

After twenty years of silence, Mahaleyah
Goodman dares to reveal the shocking facts about a community she lived in for
over twenty years. The internationally renowned community called the African
Hebrew Israelites of Jerusalem has been shrouded in mystery since the day they
stepped foot in Israel.
The world will finally discover the horrible truth
about this major cult, living in plain sight….

Mahaleyah’s autobiography weaves a fantastic tale of innocence,
betrayal, and sacrifice. as she opens our eyes to the ultimate agenda of one of
this century’s most diabolical cult leaders.

You will share this writer’s most tender moments
as a child, and daughter. Then witness her transformation into a mindless cult
follower. The eyes of Israel have been deceived, but not for long. When this
truth hits the fan, you can honestly say, you read it here first….



Blowing on Dandelions: A Novel (Love Blossoms in Oregon Series)

by Miralee Ferrell

Do Dandelion Wishes Actually Come True?  Katherine Galloway knew this moment of calm wouldn’t last, blown away like the dandelion seeds she scattered as a girl. In 1880, three years after her husband’s death, she struggles to run an Oregon boardinghouse and raise two girls alone. Things don’t get easier when her critical, domineering mother moves in. Katherine must make the situation work, but standing up for herself and her family while honoring her mother isn’t easy. And with a daughter entering the teenage years, the pressure on Katherine becomes close to overwhelming. Then she crosses paths with Micah Jacobs, a widower who could reignite her heart, but she fears a relationship with him might send things over the edge. She must find the strength, wisdom, hope, and faith to remake her life, for everything is about to change.



Gift of Christmas Present, The

by Melody Carlson

College student Christine Bradley grew up in a loving and honest family. So she couldn’t have been more surprised when, shortly after her mother’s death, her father revealed the startling truth that Christine had been adopted at birth.

In search of clues about her biological mother, Christine encounters a family she never knew she had. She digs deeper as Christmas nears and what she finds reveals a shocking lineage. Will Christine be able to come to grips with the past, take hold of the present, and look forward to a brighter future?

Carlson’s warm tale of loss, recovery, and acceptance will captivate current fans and create new ones.



Seeing through the Fog: Hope When Your World Falls Apart

by Ed Dobson

An exploration of identity and faith, Seeing Through the Fog invites readers to a vibrant life, an expectant life, a life of joy in each new morning. Pastor Ed Dobson has spent his life preaching sermons, but this book is not a sermon. He has spent more than ten years with a debilitating illness, but this book is not about grief. He has found joy in the midst of sorrow, but this book is not about looking on the bright side. Seeing Through the Fog is about living well when you realize you can’t live forever. It is about having gratitude for each sunrise, birthday, and moment of knowing God more. It is about holding hope when circumstances hold pain. With stories, wisdom and unique content distinct from the popular film series about Ed, Seeing Through the Fog will encourage readers in their own difficulties and give them hope for their future.



Fields of Gold: Planting a Church Among Central Asian Muslims

by James Wright

The collapse of the Soviet Union in 1990 gave God’s people an historic moment to reach Central Asian Muslims with the Gospel of Jesus the Messiah. Joining others from around the world, James Wright and his family responded to the opportunity and moved into rural Kazakhstan, a mysterious and boundless land where Silk Road caravans once traversed and immense herds of sheep grazed under the watchful eye of their Kazakh shepherds. Fields of Gold tells the story of the remarkable beginnings of the Kazakh church in southern Kazakhstan. Working to introduce the good news of the Messiah Jesus in the Central Asian context, the church-planting team learned many valuable lessons about living as witnesses among an unreached people. They encountered hardship and suffering in one of the most isolated places on earth where Communists exiled Alexander Solzhenitsyn and many other religious dissidents in the Gulag Archipelago, but through it all God brought Muslims to Jesus and matured those through whom he worked.

“Fields of Gold is a book about the great things God is doing among the Muslim Kazakh of Central Asia. Written through the prism of personal pilgrimage, this book is interlaced with stirring stories, interesting cultural insights, painful trials and exciting breakthroughs. It reminds me of 2 Corinthians 4:7, ‘We have this treasure in earthen vessels so that the surpassing greatness of the power will be of God and not from ourselves.'”

Dr. Rick Love, Author and Mission Specialist



Love Done Right: Devos

by Jessica Harris

A Journey from Lust into the Love of God.

A collection of devotionals specifically written for Christian women struggling with lust. Written by the creator of Beggar’s Daughter, Jessica Harris. Formerly addicted to pornography and other lust sin, Jessica shares her heart with women and provides candid glimpses into her own journey and discovery of the depths of God’s love.



1-2 Timothy, Titus, Philemon

by David Guzik

Verse-by-verse commentary on the New Testament letters of 1-2 Timothy, Titus, and Philemon.

The Apostle Paul wrote several letters to individuals, often called his pastoral letters, because Timothy and Titus were pastors. These letters to Timothy, Titus, and Philemon give God’s message to early Christian pastors and leaders, and speaking across the generations to followers of Jesus today, and especially for those who serve Jesus and His people.



Knowledge From the Sacred Tree: Runes Images and Shapes of Energy (Electronic Edition)

by Tina Houk

Knowledge from the Sacred Tree features a new way to learn divination meanings by understanding the shape of the Runes. Easy to learn, geared for both beginners and experienced Rune enthusiasts. The text includes individual Rune and multi-Rune layouts. The second edition features an expanded text and new divination exercises to assist the reader.



Meet Jesus Christ: Discover the Purpose in His Passion

by Claude V. King

Do you ever think that life ought to be more meaningful and purposeful than you are experiencing? Jesus Christ is a central figure in world history who said He came to give a more abundant life. Yet many know very little about this man and His life. They may have heard His name or seen that He died on a cross; but they do not know about the kindness, humility, and compassion of this gentle, holy man. “Meet Jesus Christ” tells some of the backstory of this man who has personally impacted hundreds of millions of people through history. A popular Christmas saying is: “Wise men still seek Him.” This is a book for those who are seeking to know Him and what He can do in their lives. Read the stories of men and women in the Bible who met Jesus. Learn the impact He had on their lives and how they responded to Him. Then consider what He wants to do in and through you. Through questions and instructions you will be invited to interact with the content and consider your own response to Jesus Christ. This book is an introduction to what may be for you a life transforming encounter with the Creator, Redeemer, Savior, Lord of Lords, and King of Kings.

Do you already know Him and the abundant life He gives? You may want to consider gifting this book to a friend, family member, or coworker. Tell your story of how you met Jesus Christ and what He means to you. Then invite your friend to “Meet Jesus Christ.” Christmas and Easter are special times when you can share the “reason for the season” and help others “Discover the Purpose in His Passion.”



Healing Crystals – A Guide to working with Carnelian

by Brenda Hunt

Carnelian is one of the most popular and helpful healers of Mind, Body & Spirit in the crystal kingdom.

Known as the Joy Stone, Carnelian can help lift your spirits in difficult times. It can help ease pain and is considered to help with allergies and asthma

It has been used throughout history for its healing energies and is just as helpful to us today in our highly stressed, high speed world

This report shows you how you can work with the healing energy of carnelian to help ease and balance problems in your everyday life.

Carnelian in history

how to choose your carnelian

How you work with the crystal

How to make an elixir

The healing energies of Carnelian

Chakra healing – the sacral chakra and Carnelian

Personal healing patterns

Cleansing your crystals

This short book is one of a series, each one of which concentrates on the healing energies of a single crystal or crystal family, giving you more – and more detailed information on that crystal than you would normally be able to find in a single source.



A Christian’s Guide to Decorating on a Budget: Real Advice from a Real Interior Decorator (Home and Family)

by Sherrie Giddens

Imagine being able to have a beautiful home decorated within your budget while focusing on the needs of your family. This title introduces the home owner to Biblical scripture that guides you in your efforts to provide a safe and nurturing environment for your family while creating a loving and eye appealing atmosphere.



WHY YOGA? A Cultural History of Yoga

by Børge Madsen

WHY YOGA? A Cultural History of Yoga takes a critical look at yoga as culture and yoga’s role in society. It is about how people – now as then – use the symbolic power of yoga to find a place within society and culture.

Yogis in the pastâ?¦.

The book is among many other things a fascinating historical examination of extraordinary customs and unusual social groups. We hear about such past milieus’ sometimes bizarre yoga practices and lifestyles, how they are turned into powerful symbols profoundly impressing the rest of society. We hear how yoga specialists use the yoga image to struggle for social recognition among competitors and other social groups. Thus we hear about Jain ascetics, aristocratic warriors, Buddhist monks, Brahmin high castes, Tantric immortals, ecstatic Shamans, snake charmers, Mughal mercenaries, temple cults, fakir contortionists, rural Lumpen-proletarians, enlightened princes, naked philosophers, colonial gurus, wrestling monks, and semi-divine yogis who can fly.

â?¦and yogis todayâ?¦.

But we are also introduced to more conventional and familiar lifestyles of modern times: fitness trainers, intellectual Orientalists, middleclass females, Hindu missionaries, fashion models, bourgeois cultural elites, stressed executives, home going housewives, spiritual entrepreneurs, cultural intermediaries, counterculture youths, petty-bourgeois business people, academic specialists and Hollywood stars. They all are culturally engaged with yoga for different reasons and rewards.

â?¦why do they practice yoga?….

Hence throughout history we hear about yoga virtuosi – living conventionally or extraordinarily – who want to find peace after death, increase energy levels, gain political and worldly power, stretch their backs, find their footing in life, be free of disease, unite with the divine, travel in time, improve their wellbeing, attain ethical guidance, realise the fundamentals of existence, secure high social ranking, commit public suicide, be purified from caste pollution, find their deepest self, live for hundreds of years, become pure consciousness, or improve the look of their bum.

So this book is for anyone fascinated by the amazing diversity of human history and culture seen through the lens of yoga. Prepare for surprises.

A pioneering method

A major objection is also to develop a cultural sociological methodology dedicated to the study of ever-changing ideas and culture, focusing on the evolution and transformation of yogic ideas and practices. To link yoga to the changing social situation of certain groups and segments of society.

Thus the following notions, which are explained in specific chapters of the book, are crucial:

the dialectic between cultural field and habitus conditioned by conflict and struggle for survival; the dialectic between use-value and symbolic-value; the socio-economic matrix; the understanding of discourses as cultural DNA; discourses as providers of social identity; daily habitual interaction and institutions as the main site for the evolution of new ideas and discourses; the semiotic distinction between the signifier and the signified; conceptual genealogy; high culture as internalised repression (symbolic violence); and oppositional reading.

This might sound speculative and abstract but when put into practice it becomes a very down-to-earth and self-evident way to describe and explain cultural change. The book is written in a clear and accessible language. It is structured so it meets the expectations of both educated readers and academics.

“This is a really interesting manuscript. It occupies an unusual – even unique – space â?¦. As such rather than view the book as a strictly academic work I see it as a critical perspective on the popular and academic literature as a whole. In that regard I think there is nothing like this out there.” Professor Richard King, Professor of Buddhist and Asian Studies, University of Kent.



Who’s Your Daddy? Bible Based Stories for Modern Families : Christmas Edition

by David Robert Nelson

It is of no surprise to my family and friends that the Christmas season is my favorite time of the year. I have often read the scriptures and pieced together the Nativity events from the Gospels.

As one grows older and the challenges of life change from boyhood ideals to manhood situations, one can take a different view and see the struggles men and women went through in that first Christmas.

As today, there are many men over the world who struggle with supporting their families. Some of us have been in situations where at one stage of our lives, we had enough, and then at another, it seemed our whole world came crashing down around us so quickly.

There are times, like the man travelling from â??Jerusalem to Jericho’ despite our best efforts, we fall.

It is in those times when we feel most alone, God’s presence is with us even more.

And it is my prayer that as you read this version of the Christmas story, that you will be reassured that the Father knows what you are going through and you will be pleased to remember in this season and always, “Who’s Your Daddy.”



Oracles of Celestine Light: Nexus

by Embrosewyn Tazkuvel

Nexus, The Second Book of Celestine Light, contains 44 chapters. It is a chronological record taking place about 2,000 years ago that begins with the birth of Yeshua of Nazareth, known to most people in the world today as Jesus. It recounts his previously unknown life and teachings up until the time his ministry begins in his late twenties.

As he was growing up, Yeshua had many influential teachers from lands near and far, and the significant interplay he had with them is faithfully recorded.

Nexus also reveals the full story of the close kinship and experiences shared by Yeshua and his cousin Yochanan the Baptizer, known today as John the Baptist.

Yeshua was married at the age of 18 to Miriam of Magdala and from that moment she became his constant companion and grew into a woman of great spiritual power and authority in her own right. Much of Nexus reveals the details of their life together, including the birth of their two children and the family’s travels and adventures while living in Egypt for some years.

Everyone is familiar with the Ten Commandments, but in Nexus we discover there were originally twelve commandments and all of these have significant differences and go into more detail than the ten commonly known.

Many of the events recounted in Nexus are found in no other book on Earth. These include several profound and moving sermons missing from modern religious texts. For both, Christians and non-Christians, the lost teachings of Yeshua unveiled in Nexus provide a blueprint for a happy life, with profoundly wise counsel that will guide you to greater fulfillment on whatever path you choose.



Nothing Is Impossible with God: Reflections on Weakness, Faith, and Power

by Rose Marie Miller

The Power of Weakness

No one likes to feel weak. Just thinking about our inadequate resources can fill us with fear and hopelessness. But Rose Marie Miller has a different perspective. For her true weakness is a gift born out of a deep sense of need, it drives us to Christ and unleashes all the redeeming energy of God’s grace in our lives and others.

Rose Marie Miller, a living example of God’s power in weakness, weaves together biblical insights and personal experience and shares a new, gospel-driven way of living where the way up is down, the weak become strong, and the dead receive life. God, for whom nothing is impossible, uses weak people to change the worldâ??and that includes you!

Rose Marie Miller, Bible teacher; conference speaker; missionary with World Harvest Mission; and author of From Fear to Freedom: Living as Sons and Daughters of God. Rose Marie and her late husband C. John “Jack” Miller worked together to plant the New Life Presbyterian Churches and begin World Harvest Mission. She has five children, twenty-four grandchildren, and twenty great-grandchildren and divides her time between London, England and Jenkintown, PA. WHM is a movement of people empowered by God’s grace to plant churches around the world. For more information visit whm.org.



Adequate Warning (An Absolute warning of an Absolute Messiah)

by Michael Gore

Biblical teaching on the Authenticity of Jesus Christ! Adequate Warning: An Absolute warning of an Absolute Messiah! In this book we strip away any and all personal doubt that Jesus Christ was and is the Messiah and show beyond any doubt that there will be no excuse for any person who denies Christ by the act on non-acceptance! This book will change your lifeâ?¦ My warning is this book is not for wimps! Don’t pick it up if you don’t want your life changed!



John Galt Walkabout (photojournalism)

by Linda Shelnutt

This December 2013 edition of JOHN GALT WALKABOUT is infiltrated with intelligence required commentary and exotic agendas. Thought provoking new perspectives on historic concepts work around issues and scenes of honorable substance like biographies, coal mining, interior design, alternative healing, spiritual strength, motivation… substance with emotional and artistic depth.

By documenting experiments worked with to develop JOHN GALT WALKABOUT, the author has provided insights not likely to be found elsewhere, insights developed beyond what she has researched in established presentations of Right/Left Brain functions and other art and metaphysics concepts.

Steady sales of WINDOWS WALKABOUT inspired this offering of JOHN GALT WALKABOUT. These two books are similar yet different:

WW features owners of Bed and Breakfast Inns through 13 stories written from in-depth interviews.

JGW focuses exemplary offerings from the housing industry through 107 colored photos taken during a tour of recently built, luxuriously decorated houses in areas with easy access from Shelnutt’s home in Colorado.

How could commentary worked around 107 photos from a Parade of Homes in Colorado Springs, Colorado become a timeless basis for an original work of nonfiction titled, JOHN GALT WALKABOUT [updated September 2013]?

As the famous philosopher Hegel said when asked to write a Preface to THE PHENOMENOLOGY OF MIND, you have to read it to get it.

A preface [Hegel’s Preface was a book in itself] won’t cut it until the full work(s) has been read, so it’s useless to write or read a preface. But, Hegel wrote and published that Preface anyway. Why?

Shelnutt thinks she knows why, and shared that succinct theory in a nonfiction book MOLASSES MOON… which is also offered on YouTube in an amateur video reading by the author.

If Hegel’s Preface is true, why provide this book description for JOHN GALT WALKABOUT?

That would be to create curiosity to surge SALES of JGW, of course.

Just so you know, Hegel’s PHENOMENOLOGY OF MIND covered not just a tome but several of them. The concepts were so complex Shelnutt’s philosophy professor joked that it took ten years to read and comprehend that title, and once a person [a scholar, of course] accomplished that, he swore by Hegel’s concepts… probably because it took so long to accomplish that enormous decade eating task.

Reading JOHN GALT WALKABOUT and viewing the photos is meant to provide pleasure of the purest kind, through entertaining an engaged mind,

With Respect,

KINDLE GLOW BOOKS

JOHN GALT WALKABOUT was written and designed for Kindle Select, and shows gorgeously on KINDLE FIRE devices [or smart phones or PC’s with Kindle Apps], as far as colored photos and hyperlinks to related web sites.

Kindle devices using black and white electronic ink, on the other hand, provide easy, comfortable reading and viewing photos in direct sunlight as well as indoors.

The content in JGW is sufficient within itself without use of the hyperlinks to Internet sources which are provided for readers who wish to further explore some of the material.

In spite of the large file size of photojournalism books like this walkabout series, tests by KINDLE GLOW BOOKS using average speeds have shown even these books to download in under a minute.

Three additional photojournalism walkabout books have been added to a series opened by JGW, noted above as having been inspired by WINDOWS WALKABOUT:

AQUA OASIS WALKABOUT [Books 1 and 2]

HISTORIC HEARTH WALKABOUT

Yet another evolution of use of the walkabout concept has cropped up in chapter installments of a second book in progress, MYRTLE’S PENULTIMATE WALKABOUT, in a paranormal cozy mystery series opened with MYRTLE’S ULTIMATE MYSTERY. MPW chapter installments 1 – 12 are available as of this update of JOHN GALT WALKABOUT.

The above collections of books would make priceless gifts for all seasons.



Renewal Journals 16-20

by Geoff Waugh

Renewal Journals 16-20 is a bound volume of: Renewal Journal 16: Vision, Renewal Journal 17: Unity, Renewal Journal 18: Servant Leadership, Renewal Journal 19: Church, Renewal Journal 20: Life. This is Volume 4 of 4 bound volumes of the Renewal Journals (Issues 1-20). Each Renewal Journal is also available individually.



When Fear Comes Home to Love

by Leelah Saachi

In 1992 Leelah, artist and therapist, is painting a numinous image of a tree with several inhabitants, as part of her education and spiritual process. She discovers that the figures in the Tree represent archetypal, collective aspects in the human mind, of fear, violence, abusive dominance and control She realizes that she is living The Image – exploring its landscape through her own life. The Image is the cover of this book.

She enters a deep spiritual process, where she is guided by Divinity – «Blue» -portrayed in The Image as a wise and humorous blue animal. Through encounters with the dark figures within The Tree, she discovers how the dark forces and belief-systems in the human mind are created, and also what is needed to transform them and see the hidden needs and cry for love behind the brutal and dark form of evil.

Humoristic and meaningful «coincidences» – synchronicities – occur frequently in L’s life, illuminating the themes L and her patients are living and exploring. Dialogues with Divinity/ Blue meander through the book, which is illustrated with images made by L and her patients from their spiritual exploration – process.



Acquiring the Benefits of Biblical Wisdom

by Jerry Ginther

Acquiring the Benefits of Biblical Wisdom is a collection of short essays, which contain Bible verses and commentary to stimulate the reader to realize the value of Scripture in our lives. The benefits of this wisdom exceeds anything the world affords and it is the intention of this book to encourage the reader to continue to seek these benefits on his own through regular Bible study.
The first short essays begin with Solomon and a few of his proverbs concerning wisdom. Other topics are covered in the remaining commentaries.



Overwhelming Minority

by J. Ted Esler

Overwhelming Minority could be about you. Read how a regular family got mixed up in something beyond what they were ready to encounter. Journey with the Eslers as they take a leap of faith into unknown, enemy territory. Discover what happens when we make ourselves available to God.



The Christmas Bonus

by Byron Haskins

Things one does not discuss at the Christmas dinner table lest someone is offended.



Creation Versus Evolution: A Biblical and Scientific Study for High School Students

by RockieSue Fordham

Creation Versus Evolution: A Biblical and Scientific Study is designed as a 9th-10th or 11th-12th grade Bible course whose purpose is to evaluate and contrast the biblical story of creation with Darwin’s theory of evolution. This course examines what the Bible actually teaches, the scientific evidence in support of the biblical creation story, and in what ways operational science is consistent with the Bible and inconsistent with the theory of evolution.



The Epistle of Paul to the Ephesians (New Testament Collection)

by Michael Gore

GORE COMMENTARIES: (Scripture Only) present the complete “The Epistle of Paul to the Ephesians”.
This translation by using the standard 5,000 Basic English words. Including 100 words that were helpful to understand poetry were added along with 50 “Bible” words for a total of 5,000 words.
This version is effective in communicating the Testaments, Books, Letters & Gospels contained in the collection we today known as the Holy Bible to those with limited education or where English is a second language and rates as one of the easiest versions to read.



Grandpa’s Back

by Carl Brahe

Little Boy’s Gift

In 1959 I read about a boy in my second grade, Weekly Reader. His family and medical team expected him to die from an inoperable brain tumor. Late at night he used his imagination to blast away the tumor by playing a game. His story stuck with me throughout my life.

I never expected to have to use the simple concepts I had read about, but in 1982 I was in a motorcycle accident that threatened to leave me paralyzed. I asked my doctor how my body would heal naturally if it could heal. He told me it was impossible, that surgery was my only option. I said, “That’s not what I asked. I asked, if a body could heal how would it do it.”

He gave me a theoretical model of my body healing my spine. I asked him to explain until I could see the process in my mind’s eye. I began using imagery based on what my doctor told me. I accompanied the visualization with music playing in my head. After a year and a half of constantly working in this way, I was told there was no medical reason I shouldn’t skydive if I wanted.

My experience led me to return to graduate school to learn more about mind/body healing. I was fortunate to study with many of the most outstanding teachers in the field. I’ve always been thankful for that little boy’s gift.

This story introduces children to the concept that they can affect their own health and healing if they work at it. It was originally written for a man with ALS.

Original copies of this book are being offered for sell for $9,999.99 at this time 9/2013



Moses Wrote About Me

by Philip Mitanidis

What is in a name? “Buddy” “Friend” “Dad” Mom” are all common character names we have used at one point in our life. They are nick names, pet names, and even titles we give people in our lives. Sometimes one person can have many pet names or titles. What if one person had well over a dozen? During a conversation about this particular person may get a bit confusing and many even mislead on to whom u are talking about.

This is especially true when you are talking about “The Creator”. Yes another name for the same person that this book goes in detail about.

Throughout The Torah, the New and Old Testaments’ names such as “Shiloh” “the LORD of Hosts,” “the Most High,” “the King Of Israel,” “Jehovah,” “the Rock,” to name a few, are all common character names that refer to GOD; but sometimes, it can confuse to which GOD or Gods are being talked about. The work “Moses Wrote About Me” by Philip Mitanidis identifies exactly to whom is being referenced and it may be a bit of a surprise to find out who really is “The GOD of Abraham”



Roni Bear’s Journey

by Carl Brahe

In 1958 a small boy lay dying in his hospital bed. He had inoperable brain cancer. Modern medicine could do nothing. This boy instinctively learned to play a game that cured his cancer.
This began the practice of PNI (psychoneuroimmunology) in this country. Now this boy’s gift is returned to the children. Healing Stories for Children, use rhymes and stories to teach your child in a way that she learns naturally. Imagination is a powerful healing tool that your child can learn to consciously use in meeting life challenges of all kinds. Each of the, PNI Healing Stories for Children, helps your child discover his own, natural, lifetime healing tools.

Roni Bear’s Journey was written specifically for neurological and genetic disorders. The story can help a child’s family cope with the disease process. This story is useful in all healing for all ages.



True Life Hauntings

by Thomas Nwafor

A book which is packed full of spine chillings stories. Many are real accounts from the individuals who witnessed the occurrences themselves. If you wish to frighten the life out of yourself, your friends or family then this is the book for you. There are many stories and you will be looking over your shoulder from beginning to end.

Don’t believe in ghosts? You will after you have read through these pages my friend.



Who’s Your Daddy? Bible Based Stories for Modern Families : Vol 2

by David Robert Nelson

This is the second book in the series â??Who’s Your Daddy? Bible bases stories for Modern Families’. I am extremely grateful for the support and encouraging words received from the first book. One of the main requests of readers was to present a book to include an older audience.

Some persons will see a slight difference in this presentation in that while the first book explored issues boys and teens in the scriptures possibly went through; this presentation explores issues from young to adult men perspectives.

As always, this book is not a collection of Bible stories retold in a particular way, but rather a collection of Bible based stories for the entire family. As with the first book; all stories are written in the first person. Hopefully you will find a similar flow to the stories as in Volume one.

And for those of us who are Parents…try and find some time to read to your Sons and Daughters. We’re never too old for a story.



Fall Romances (Hunter Chronicles #2)

by J. R. Cellon

Trouble brews triple for Josh with the start of his last year of high school. Valerie shows up ready to stake her claim; and Paula is recruited by Kate to spy on him. Barbara encourages Kate to use her feminine charms to motivate Josh in his studies and into marriage.



Women Of Righteous King

by Kristine Cucinotta

To encourage other women for the work that is all about the Kingdom & Glory of God.

What it is to be a woman of God, single married, divorced, widowed, kids, no kids it doesn’t matter the status, Just purely the foundation of Jesus Christ and His purpose and divine order for women.



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