Free religion and spirituality Kindle books for 30 Jun 17

Music from Heaven

by Johanna Jenkins

CHRISTIAN ROMANCE
A Standalone Short Story With HEA!

Joanie Meeks is lost. And not just on a university campus that is too large for her and a music program where she’s not sure that she belongs. She also feels as though she’s lost her purpose or that she never truly had one. Deep down, she knows that God has a plan for her. If she didn’t believe that then she truly would be lost. She just wishes that she could see that plan for herself. When she hires an accompanist to help her with her end of semester vocal audition for the University’s performance program, she realizes that she is not the only one feeling lost. Though he tries to hide it behind a plain, pleasant exterior, Joanie knows that Noah Harding, her accompanist, has problems that she can’t even begin to imagine, starting with his distrust of Churches, Christians and the idea of God in general. In helping Noah find his faith, can Joanie discover her own purpose as well?

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Writings of a Mystic: Volume 2: Tarot Writings

by John Culbertson

Writings of a Mystic is a series of articles that mystic John Culbertson has written since he started his spiritual journey in the late 1990s. The majority of the articles found in the Writings of a Mystic series originally were published in various print and online publications, including his personal blog. They have been grouped together by category and are meant to serve both as reference material as well as thought pondering exploration.

This second book in the series is about tarot cards and tarot reading and covers various introductory topics in Tarot. It is a perfect reference source for the beginner. Included is the keyword method of interpretation for the court cards, major arcana, and minor arcana. You will also discover various tools that you, as a tarot student, can use to improve your reading ability.



Stranger Than Fiction: True Stories of the Paranormal

by Donald Allen Kirch

“Forget the world that you know. You are about to enter a dimension of the bizarre, where the strange and unusual will guide you down the path of imagination. True stories where the ordinary will be replaced with the fantastic! Explore legend, myth, and folklore These cases are based on theory and conjecture. The reader is invited to make their own conclusions on all the available information.

Stranger Than Fiction: True Stories of the Paranormal.”



Rock God: How God Shakes, Rattles and Rolls Our Easy-Listening Lives

by Robert C. Pelfrey

Has the church become like a bloated, aging rock star? Is Christian spirituality like easy-listening music? It’s time to shed the sequined jumpsuits and destroy our idols. Take up a cross and follow Jesus through rejection and death to the life that really is life.

God is calling us to follow his rebellion and to learn his riffs and rhythm. He is calling us to join him on the road and to root ourselves in his kingdom. Now is the time to set out for that undiscovered country whose music already beckons and whose King is the Rock God.

In Rock God, Robert Pelfrey uses characteristics of rock and roll to challenge our understanding of God and God’s work in the world, and to reorient our approach to Christian spirituality. Rock God tunes us to the God in whose image we are made and draws us out of our easy-listening lives.



More Than This: Contemporary Christian Romance Novel

by Staci Stallings

Liz Savoy has no plans to date anyoneâ??least of all the dark handsome mystery man who sometimes inhabits the corner table at the coffee shop where she’s working to get through school. But plans change, sometimes in ways no one expected.

Jake McCoy is the next mega-millionaire author, or at least he would be if he could get the stories in his head down on the ether. With no good place to write, he resorts to dark corners in Wi-Fi hotspots, knowing no one in the world cares about him or his comings and goings one way or the other. However, there is one waitress at The Grind coffee shop with a cute smile and kind eyes who doesn’t seem to think he is as invisible as he likes to think he is. Can reality with her ever hope to match the fantasy world where his imagination has him living?



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