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By Mark Pearson Why are some people not healed? What’s the relationship between sin and sickness? Is it possible to heal memories? Active in healing ministry for many years, Mark Pearson offers thorough and balanced biblical teaching concerning physical, emotional, and spiritual healing in Christ. A priest in the Charismatic Episcopal Church, Pearson brings together the basic truths about healing from three streams of...

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By Jody Thomae God’s Creative Gift is an in-depth study for the creative Christian. It is intended for both professional and lay artists, for the casual crafter and hobbyist, and for those in both sacred and secular settings. It is for those who see things where others do not and for those whose imaginations cannot be confined by religious dogma and tradition. It is for musicians, singers, painters, sculptors, dancers,...

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By Ralph Martin Ralph Martin, drawing upon the teaching of seven acknowledged “Spiritual Doctors” of the Church, presents an in-depth study of the journey to God. This book provides encouragement and direction for the pilgrim who desires to know, love, and serve our Lord. Whether the reader is beginning the spiritual journey or has been traveling the road for many years, he will find a treasure of wisdom in The Fulfillment of All...

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By Luis M. Martinez Archbishop Luis Martinez shows you how and why your devotion to the Holy Spirit should be profound and encompassing. Huge in scope, yet simple and readable, this book covers virtually everything there is to know about the Spirit’s role in our salvation – and it does so with a refreshing reliance on God’s Word, not on opinions or subjective visions. Luis M. Martinez, the former Archbishop of Mexico City, maintains...

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By Richard Valantasis (Ed.), Deborah Haynes & James Smith   One of the great joys of the academic life is to pay homage in a Festschrift to a scholar who has influenced both colleagues and students over years of interaction and friendship both professional and personal. This volume honors a scholar and theologian of historical theology, a theorist and a practitioner of religion and the arts, and a keen analyst of cultural trends...

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By Richard Valantasis   This book is for those who yearn for a spiritual life that has depth and intellectual challenge. It is a thinking person’s guide to the spiritual life written for the smart seeker who wants to be fully attuned to God, fully interactive with other believers, fully connected to the wider world in which humans live, fully engaged with the physical universe, fully committed to service to the poor, and...

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By Richard J. Foster Richard Foster, bestselling author and founder of Renovaré, writes these words as one who has experienced what they describe. And in this new book he will beautifully guide you in this transformational way, that you might come to know deeper fellowship with God. Weaving together quotes and stories from the lives of mothers and fathers of the faith as well as powerful encounters with God from his own life, Foster...

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By C.W. McPherson When C. W. McPherson asked the members of his congregation to practice just ten minutes of silence each day during Advent, it seemed like a simple task. “It sounded easy,” said one of his parishioners, “but then I actually tried to do it.” This concise, conversational, and engaging book is for those who find it difficult or even impossible to slow down and be quiet. But if we can’t learn how to be still in the midst...

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By Judy Gordon Morrow Listen to My heart in the quiet of your heart . . . More. Life is full to overflowing, but we crave an illusive more. Via social networking, airwaves, and TV, our culture tells us to strive for more stuff, more activities, more adventure – you name it. Yet we are often left feeling unfulfilled and wanting. Empty, even. With so many demands for our attention, it is difficult to quiet our minds long enough to hear...

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By Timothy L. Owings In a world rapidly moving toward secularity, where violence and tragedy have seemed to join forces with loneliness and relational abandonment, does God still hear and answer prayer? Hearing God in a Noisy World answers with a resounding, “Yes!” Owings explains how to tune our hearts to hear God speaking in the dynamic interrelationship between creation, scripture, the people of faith, and the...

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By Father Mitch Pacwa, SJ How do we listen to God speak to our hearts, minds, and wills — especially above the noise and stress of the modern world? What is the process of discerning God’s will? Best-selling author and popular EWTN host Fr. Mitch Pacwa, SJ, tackles these and other questions in this comprehensive book on discernment. He says that first we need to believe in God and his moral laws and make a commitment to please him in...

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By Rueben P. Job   We live in a world of noise. Everywhere we go, we hear sounds that compete for our minds and hearts. Listening to God requires a deliberate choice to shut out the chaos around us and focus our thoughts. Listen, by Rueben P. Job, is a 40-day experience created to offer help to those new to prayer, those with a daily prayer routine, and those whose lives seem too busy to pray. With a focus on listening prayer and...

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By Suzanne G. Farnham, Joseph P. Gill, R. Taylor McLean, & Susan M. Ward   Do you ever feel as though your life has become a broken record? You’re hearing the same song play over and over again? Nearly every human being on earth has likely spent some time on the carousel of pain. Whether you’re dealing with the guilt and regret of your own sinful choices, or you’re sitting in the shame of someone else’s...

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By Bruce Bickel & Stan Jantz   Life makes more sense when we understand the Bible better. And that’s what Listening to God, the newest book from Bruce Bickel and Stan Jantz, is all about. If God Himself were teaching you about the Bible, Christian living, the world, and the church, what would He say? Or how would He explain Himself, Jesus Christ, or the Holy Spirit? Every day for an entire year, Listening to God presents a brief,...

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By J. Phillip Newell   An overview of Celtic spirituality and its implications for us today. Listening for the Heartbeat of God presents a spirituality for today, modeled on the vital characteristics of Celtic spirituality through the centuries. Here is an emphasis on the essential goodness of creation and humanity made in the image of God. This book traces the lines of Celtic spirituality from the British church in the fourth century...

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By Benedict J. Groeschel A masterfully simple and useful book on prayer written by an experienced retreat leader, counselor, and lecturer. Discusses how listening can be the key to encountering God in a fresh way in our lives. (Publisher’s description) Available at Christian...

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By Kay Arthur & Pete De Lacy   In Kay Arthur’s newest study, readers will mine gems of truth from the book of Jeremiah using the hands-on process of observation, interpretation, and application to dig through the text. Jeremiah’s warnings to a nation that has turned its back on the Lord echo through the ages and speak to cultures today. As readers see the prophet’s heartbreak at the nation’s apostasy, his sense of urgency, and...

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By Loren Cunningham   An Adventure in Hearing and Obeying the Voice of God This practical guide to hearing God’s voice shows how an ordinary man who was committed to hearing God and obeying Him became the founder of the largest interdenominational missions organization in the world. Loren Cunningham’s dream began with a vision – waves of young people moving out across the continents announcing the Good News of Jesus Christ...

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By Marjorie J. Thompson Forgiving others and humbly asking for forgiveness are central disciplines for all Christian believers. Lent, a time to reflect on our Christian journey, is an appropriate time to deepen our understanding and practice of forgiveness. Marjorie J. Thompson, author of the best-selling book Soul Feast, takes a close look at our understanding of forgiveness in this encouraging study. In six brief chapters, Thompson...

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By Chris Hoke Interweaving his own story with moving vignettes and gritty experiences in hidden places, a jail chaplain and minister to Mexican gang and migrant worker communities chronicles his spiritual journey to the margins of society and reveals a subversive God who’s on the loose beyond the walls of the church, pursuing those who are unwanted by the world. Wanted follows a restless young man from the sunny suburbs of his youth...

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Edited by Nader R. Shabahangi Creativity has no age requirements and flows freely from young and old alike. This inspiring collection of poems was written by elderly residents of assisted living communities in California. Nader R. Shabahangi, the founder of AgeSong and AgeSong Institute, serves as editor of this anthology. He offers Gems of Wisdom as a demonstration that “life is a continual process of learning, growing and...

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By Jen Ferguson & Craig Ferguson In this candid account, Craig and Jen Ferguson share their personal story of the shame, anger, and hopelessness associated with Craig’s porn addiction. It threatened to destroy their marriage until they discovered how drawing close to Christ could lead them out of the pit of sinful habits, unhealthy responses, and personal despair toward true recovery. Marked by biblical and practical...

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By Craig Gross & Steven Luff You Can Be Sexually Pure. When it comes to sex and sexuality, men often find themselves in a losing battle against temptation. Whether it’s overt pornography or simply oversexualized images of women, media can be a man’s worst enemy. This straightforward book helps men understand and embrace the true purpose and role of sex in their lives. Whether single or married, all men must cope with...

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By Richard Rohr This newly revised version of From Wild Man to Wise Man helps men accept their masculinity and discover a new male spirituality that reflects the true nature of God. In it, author Richard Rohr, a Franciscan priest, acts as mentor and guide to lead men through each stage of their spiritual journey. This new edition has shorter chapters, making it more conducive to a small group study and an appendix that provides...

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By Ralph Milton   Man to Man is Ralph Milton’s take on what it means to be a man in today’s world of changing roles and new understandings. A must read for anyone who’s looking for some laughs as well as affirmations about being a man.  Ralph Milton is one of Canada’s best-known religious communicators, and a recipient of an Honorary Doctorate of Sacred Letters from St. Stephen’s College, Edmonton. He...

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