By Daniel Powers
By Daniel Powers
By Debora F. Grant
Power issues for day-by-day dwelling is a publication designed to motivate you to find the hidden energy in way of life tales and to inspire you to dwell your lifestyles with power!
By Steve Porter
It is our wish that as you learn this e-book you might have an come upon with the Holy Spirit, our extraordinary Comforter. when you have untreated wounds, open your middle to our loving God as you're thinking that on this stuff, letting Him observe His therapeutic ointment and sooth you along with his love. He’s ready with open hands to welcome you domestic. may perhaps those letters be like a fresh circulation in that desolate tract place.
By Fr. George Rutler
Father George Rutler presents us with inspiring religious meditations at the final phrases of Christ from the go modeled at the seven a while of guy (Infancy to previous age) present in Shakespeare’s well-known soliloquy in As you love It. Integrating highbrow and religious realities, those meditations are well timed and social and cultural observations that painting the theological and religious value of the best drama of historical past, the eagerness of Christ.
By Rev. Fr. Frederick Faber
By Dr. Stan DeKoven,Richard Dungen,George Runyan
By Norris Chumley
“Norris Chumley traverses a non secular panorama unexpected to such a lot Westerners. . . . Take this booklet and skim. Even greater, learn this booklet and settle for its invitation to pray.” —Diana Butler Bass, writer of A People's heritage of Christianity
Norris Chumley offers a lavishly illustrated better half to the PBS documentary Mysteries of the Jesus Prayer. Readers can stick with Chumley on a pilgrimage during the holiest websites of the early Christian international as he searches for modern day practitioners of the traditional jap mystical culture and its such a lot sacred prayer: "Lord Jesus Christ, Son of God, have mercy on me, a sinner." This fantastically illustrated quantity contains black-and-white and full-color pictures of the author's travels via japanese Europe, together with infrequent photos from visits to holy websites the place photographers are just not often granted access.
By Jeannine K. Brown,Carla M. Dahl,Wyndy Corbin Reuschling