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Decker's Complete Handbook on Mormonism (USED)

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Deepening Your Ministry Through Prayer and Personal Growth (USED)

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Defenders of God (USED)

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Dialogues with a Modern Mystic (USED)

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In this compelling and highly personal book, Mark Matousek interviews modern mystic Andrew Harvey on such topics as love, adoration, silence, and death. The result is a spiritual quest that goes into the art of seeing--ultimately becoming a discourse of mystical depth and beauty. New York Times Magazine feature interview. Documentary specials with Sky Television.
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Dictionary of Christian Biography (USED)

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Documentos De Pio X Bento XV (USED)

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Dream Thieves (USED)

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Readers will learn how to identify and defeat dream thieves - the people and circumstances that keep Christians from fulfilling their divine destiny A great book for those who are discouraged, tired, or burned out in their ministry or their walk with the Lord.
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Ears to Hear (USED)

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The word "vocation" may conjure up images of clergy in black suits, bishops in pointed hats, and monks in long robes. But they're not the only ones with vocations--or calls--from God. Lay people, too, are called to serve God, and in this book, Edward S. Little invites us to recognize - and respond - to our own unique vocations.

Ears to Hear takes readers on a journey through the Old Testament, showing the way God called ordinary people to service, and drawing parallels for ordinary people in the twenty-first century. The story of Abraham, who was called away from his homeland with no clear destination, exemplifies the insecurity of modern-day readers who may be called to abandon the security of their homes or their jobs to do God's will. The story of Moses, who was armed with a list of serious--and logical--objections to God's call, is a lesson for contemporary readers faced with seemingly insurmountable obstacles to their vocations. In each of these stories, Little shows that God's call--in Old Testament days and now--is always accompanied with more than enough grace to answer it.

Each chapter concludes with a set of discussion questions, making this an ideal book not only for individuals discerning God's call, but also for parish study groups.

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Easy Death (USED)

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Through discussion on the phenomena of life and death, this book confirms that a life filled with love instead of fear can lead to ultimately meaningful life and death.

El Salvador (USED)

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Emotionally Healthy Spirituality (USED)

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What Are YouMissing?
Peter Scazzero learned the hard way: you can t be spiritually maturewhile remaining emotionally immature. Even though he was pastorof a growing church, he did what most people do: Avoid conflict in the name of ChristianityIgnore his anger, sadness, and fearUse God to run from GodLive without boundaries
Eventually God awakened him to a biblical integration of emotionalhealth, a relationship with Jesus, and the classic practices of contemplativespirituality. It created nothing short of a spiritual revolution, utterlytransforming him and his church.
In this book Scazzero outlines his journey and the signs of emotionallyunhealthy spirituality. Then he provides seven biblical, reality-testedways to break through to the revolutionary life Christ meant for you. The combination of emotional health and contemplative spirituality, hesays, unleashes the Holy Spirit inside us so that we might experientiallyknow the power of an authentic life in Christ. "

Empowering Your Church Through Creativity and Change (USED)

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Encounter God in the City (USED)

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God is at work in the city. And he invites his people to join him. But the city is not merely a mission field for Christians to target. The city is also the environment where Christians are discipled and lives are forged into the image of Jesus. Urban ministry veteran Randy White shows how God transforms you when you answer God's call to the city. Urban life peels away your sin and self-deception and challenges your unexamined assumptions about privilege, race, class and power. Experiential discipleship moves you from abstract theory to hands-on learning and on-the-ground action, revolutionizing your perspective and making a difference in local neighborhoods and beyond. Passionate and practical, White's vivid narratives of experiencing God in the city show you how your spiritual health is intertwined with the health of the metropolis. Seek the welfare of the city, and both you and the city will be transformed.
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Enemy Within: Straight Talk About the Power and Defeat of Sin (USED)

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Drawing from two masterful works by John Owen, Kris Lundgaard offers insight, encouragement, and hope for overcoming the enemy within.
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Entering the Castle (USED)

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A motivational teacher and New York Times bestselling author presents an exciting new guide to awakening the spirit within.
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Eros Redeemed (USED)

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Tens of thousands of Christians are in the grip of sexual sin. Not only are they looking for forgiveness, they are also looking for healing and for a change that will make a permanent difference in their lives. Can the stranglehold be broken? John White insists that it can. Years of studying Scripture while ministering to those caught up in promiscuity, adultery, homosexuality, voyeurism and pornography have confirmed his belief. We can be redeemed from sexual sin. In the face of radical feminism and gay liberation, the author lays the groundwork for change with a thorough biblical study of human sexuality and what it means to be a man or woman in Christ. He also notes the consequences of sexual sin, the connection between promiscuity and violence, and the horrific effects of Satanic ritual abuse. In the heart of the book he offers the means of grace God has provided for inner healing and change. Then he shows how we can mend the hidden wounds of those needing forgiveness, healing and hope.

Esther; A Woman Who was Courageous as She was Beautiful (USED)

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Ethics in the Shadow of the Holocaust: Christian and Jewish Perspectives (USED)

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Jewish and Christian scholars consider the Vatican document, "We Remember: A Reflection on the 'Shoah'." Robert Schreiter, Gerard Sloyan, Irving Greenberg, Cardinal Edward Cassidy, Michael Marrus, Steven Katz, John Morley, Judith H. Banki, and Ronald Modras address four major points of controversy, including the legacy of anit-Semitism in the church and the role of Pius XII during the Holocaust. Michael Berenbaum, John Pawlikowski, John Michalczyk, Peter Hass, Peter Hayes, and Donald Dietrich confront three major ethical themes, including what we can learn about today's economic and social structures based on the transformation of German business from reluctant supporters to full participants in Nazism.
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Everyday Enlightenment (USED)

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An engaging and practical guide to finding hapiness today, written by one of the most influential Buddhist leaders in the world.

"I love the modern world; we have so many opportunities to be generous and inspire each other," writes His Holi-ness the Gyalwang Drukpa in Everyday Enlightenment. And in this simple, powerful book based on ancient Bud-dhist teachings but framed to be relevant in today's world, the Drukpa outlines ways for all to find that generosity and inspiration in themselves.

As head of the thousand-year-old Drukpa Order, the Drukpa uses Buddhist practices to aid people who feel lost or uncertain, or who want to slow the pace of life and attend to the world around them more thoughtfully. He divides the book into sections including "The Un-common Path," "Walking Your Path," and "Overcom-ing Obstacles Along Your Way," and delineates ways in which readers can absorb into their lives Buddhist teach-ings that will allow them to choose to live more fully.

Clear and accessible, optimistic and profound, Everyday Enlightenment is essential reading for all those who want to improve their life by following a different, more meaning-ful life path.

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Everyday Grace: Having hope, Finding Forgiveness and Making Miracles

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From the #1 New York Times bestselling author of Illuminata comes a book about everyday peace, everyday purpose, everyday hope, everyday love, and everyday grace.

In these pages, author and lecturer Marianne Williamson acts as a guide back to the spiritual source, exploring the ways to nurture a thriving soul in a harsh world. The large and small difficulties of our days challenge us to open our hearts and minds. With an attitude of hope, a call to forgive, and a celebration of miracles, Williamson helps readers to find sacred footing on ordinary ground. For no matter what, there is always an opportunity to be happy. Everyone is entitled to the pleasures of everyday grace.

Exploring the Fourth Dimension: Secrets of the Paranormal (USED)

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Facing East: A Pilgrim's Journey into the Mysteries of Orthodoxy (USED)

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Frederica Mathewes-Green became an unexpected companion on her husband's pilgrimage into a faith that is as novel to us in the West as it is ancient in the East. Like many Americans seeking a deeper faith, Mathewes-Green and her family found in Eastern Orthodoxy a faith both demanding and offering more in true devotion and spirituality. In this luminous, affectionate, and deeply personal account of her pilgrimage, Mathewes-Green reveals a church strongly rooted in the teachings of its early fathers and a tradition of principle and great beauty that has endured throughout the centuries. Following the framework of the Orthodox calendar - from Lent to Pascha to Nativity, from Vespers to feasts to fasts - Mathewes-Green chronicles a year in the life of her small Orthodox mission church. Discovering the splendor and solemnity of Orthodox ritual, exploring the daunting majesty of Orthodox services and customs, and sharing their daily anxieties, disappointments, and delights, the Mathewes-Green family and the members of the Holy Cross Mission Church reveal both the intricacies of Orthodox belief and the deep joy they have found in their new faith. At once entertaining, hilarious, and reverent, Facing East is an unforgettable portrait of the human vitality and divine essence of Eastern Orthodoxy.

Faith Enterprise (USED)

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Faith of American First Ladies (USED)

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The book uses stories of numerous First Ladies, and shows how these women triumphed over the extreme pressure of their position by placing their faith in God.
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Faithful Dissenters: Stories of Men and Women Who Loved and Changed the Church (USED)

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Faithful Dissenters tells the stories of people who took risky stands and sometimes paid heavily. Yet the benefits of their dissent have unquestionably enriched the church and all of us. They include:
-- Catherine of Sienna
-- Thomas Aquinas
-- Matteo Ricci
-- Hildegard of Bingen
-- John Henry Newman
-- Mary Ward
-- Yves Congar

All of these men and women had one thing in common: they loved the church. And the church they helped change now holds all of them in high esteem.

Fascinating Stories of Forgotten Lives (USED)

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Finding God at Harvard (USED)

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Kelly Monroe presents forty-two compelling testimonies from faculty members, former students, and orators at Harvard University whose reflections explode the myth that Christian faith cannot survive a rigorous intellectual environment.

First Communion (USED)

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Following Jesus Without Dishonoring Your Parents (USED)

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Go to the right school. Become a doctor or a lawyer. Marry a nice Asian. These are some of the hopes of our Asian parents. Knowing that our parents have sacrificed for us, we want to honor their wishes. But we also want to serve Jesus, and sometimes that can seem to conflict with family expectations. Discovering our Asian identity in the midst of Western culture means learning to bridge these and other conflicting values. We need wise counsel on
  • our parents' ways of loving us
  • vocations that show respect for our parents and allow us to serve God
  • the "model minority" myth and performance pressures
  • marriage, singleness, and being male and female
  • racial reconciliation
  • spirituality and church experiences
  • unique gifts Asians bring to Western culture
  • This book, written by a team of Asian American student ministry workers who have been there, can serve as our guide on a difficult journey. The authors represent a variety of perspectives, including the immigrant experience of a Korean man, a third-generation Japanese-American's understanding of his parents' experience in the internment camps during World War II, and a Chinese American woman's struggle to communicate with her parents. Their accounts of humorous, frusrating and heartbreaking personal experiences (as well as stories from other Asian American students and adults) offer support and encouragement. And their ideas for living out the Christian faith between two cultures show us the way to wholeness.

    Footprints in the Sand (USED)

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    For Such a Time as This: Hope and Forgiveness after the Charleston Massacre (USED)

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    The instant her phone rang, Reverend Sharon Risher sensed something was horribly wrong. Something had happened at Emanuel AME Church, the church of her youth in Charleston, South Carolina, and she knew her mother was likely in the church at Bible study. Even before she heard the news, her chaplain's instinct told her the awful truth: her mother was dead, along with two cousins. What she couldn't imagine was that they had been murdered by a white supremacist. Plunged into the depths of mourning and anger and shock, Sharon could have wallowed in the pain. Instead, she chose the path of forgiveness and hope - eventually forgiving the convicted killer for his crime. In this powerful memoir of faith, family, and loss, Sharon begins the story with her mother, Ethel Lee Lance, seeking refuge in the church from poverty and scorn and raising her family despite unfathomable violence that rattled Sharon to her core years later; how Sharon overcame her own struggles and answered the call to ministry; and how, in the loss of her dear mother, Sharon has become a nationally known speaker as she shares her raw, riveting, story of losing loved ones to gun violence and racism. Sharon's story is a story of transformation: How an anonymous hospital chaplain was thrust into the national spotlight, joining survivors of other gun-related horrors as reluctant speakers for a heartbroken social-justice movement. As she recounts her grief and the struggle to forgive the killer, Risher learns to trust God's timing and lean on God's loving presence to guide her steps. Where her faith journey leads her is surprising and inspiring, as she finds a renewed purpose to her life in the company of other survivors. Risher has been interviewed by Time Magazine, Marie-Claire, Essence, Guardian-BCC Radio, CNN, and other media sources. She regularly shares her story on American college campuses and racial-reconciliation events. "To Forgive a Killer," her essay as told to Abigail Pesta published in Notre Dame Magazine, won the 2018 Front Page Award for Essay published in a Magazine, awarded by the Newswomen's Club of New York.

    For the Happiness of My Own, My Chosen Ones (USED)

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    Foundations for Faith: Design for Discipleship (USED)

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    Your Personal Examination of Biblical DiscipleshipYou can learn more about the life available to you in Jesus Christ through this Bible-study series. On your own or in a group, you can discover what it means to be a Christ-centered disciple, how to develop Christian character, how to have victory over sin, and how to grow toward maturity in your daily walk with God.Book 1, "Your Life in Christ," covers these topics: God Cares for YouThe Person of Jesus ChristThe Work of ChristThe Spirit within YouBook 2, "The Spirit-Filled Christian," covers these topics: The Obedient ChristianGod's Word in Your LifeConversing with GodFellowship with ChristiansWitnessing for ChristBook 3, "Walking with Christ," covers these topics: Maturing in ChristThe Lordship of ChristFaith and the Promises of GodKnowing God's WillWalking as a ServantBook 4, "The Character of the Christian," covers these topics: The Call to Fruitful LivingGenuine Love in ActionPurity of LifeIntegrity in LivingCharacter in ActionBook 5, "Foundations for Faith," covers these topics: Who Is God?The Authority of God's WordThe Holy SpiritSpiritual WarfareThe Return of ChristBook 6, "Growing in Discipleship," covers these topics: What Is a Disciple?The Responsible StewardHelping Others Find ChristFollow-upWorld VisionBook 7, "Our Hope in Christ," is an introductory chapter analysis study of 1 Thessalonians.
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    Fresh Power (USED)

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    The sequel to Cymbala's 'Fresh Wind, Fresh Fire and Fresh Faith', reveals what it means for individuals and for the church to be constantly transformed by the Holy Spirit. Dramatic stories from the Bible and the life of the Brooklyn Tabernacle fill each page.
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    From the Ashes; A Spiritual Response to the Attack on America (USED)

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    United We Stand. Together We Heal.

    As a nation we watched as heroic rescuers sifted through the rubble in search of signs of life. As individuals, we are still sifting through our emotions in search of peace, solace, and understanding. Our emotions have run the gamut from shock and disbelief, to grief, anger, fear and hope. From the Ashes: A Spiritual Response to the Attack on America is a collection of original essays, poems, and statements from religious leaders and extraordinary citizens whose wisdom will help lead us - and our nation - on a spiritual search toward justice, hope, and healing. Contributors include: Archbishop Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Bruce Wilkinson (author of The Prayer of Jabez), Karen Armstrong (author of The History of God), Reverend Andrew M. Greeley, Thich Nhat Hanh, Kathleen Norris (author of The Virgin of Bennington), Neale Donald Walsch(author of Abundance and Right Livelihood), Sharon Salzberg (author of Loving Kindness), Michael Wolfe (author of The Hadj), and many others. Also included are previously published essays about the tragedy from Pope John Paul II, Reverend Billy Graham, and His Holiness the Dalai Lama. All profits will go to disaster relief funds.

    Fullfillment in Christ (USED)

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    Gate of Heaven (USED)

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    Getting Sent; A Relational Approach to Support Raising (USED)

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    Most of us would rather have a root canal than ask for money.
    Raising support is one of the most difficult challenges facing Christians in ministry. Fears of rejection, concerns about biblical validity, feelings of not being deserving, anxiety about limited resources can all block us from obtaining the means to fulfill our calling.
    This book both affirms that God uses the Christian community to send us into ministry and demystifies the process. This down-to-earth handbook

  • offers a clear, biblical perspective
  • gives step-by-step instructions on how to assemble the tools unique to each person's support-raising task
  • helps you know what range of gift to ask of a potential donor
  • outlines the how-tos of holding a home promotional event
  • tells the four predictors of church support
  • is aware of the diverse ethnic contexts of today's new mission candidates
  • includes a chapter by a woman for women on their unique challenges in support raising
  • shows how to build a base in a strong church when you don't have one
  • explains exactly why people do and don't give

  • The relational strategy in this book has proven valuable for those who serve Christ on campus, in the city or in other special ministries at home or abroad. It is not necessarily the quickest approach to raising money, but it is the most lasting and fulfilling for those who give and receive.

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    Gift of Peace (USED)

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    In the final two months of his life, Joseph Cardinal Bernardin made it his mission to share his personal reflections and insights in this book, "The Gift of Peace." Using as a framework the previous three years, which included false accusation of sexual misconduct, diagnosis of cancer, and return of the cancer after fifteen months of being in remission, Cardinal Bernardin tells his story openly and honestly. At the end of his life, the Cardinal was at peace. He accepted his peace as a gift from God, and through this book, he shares that gift with the world. "The Gift of Peace" is part of the Cardinal's pastoral legacy; through this book his ministry lives on.
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    God Is My Broker (USED)

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    The author, a failed, alcoholic Wall Street trader, had retreated to a monastery. It, too, was failing. The walls were crumbling. The roof was leaking. The monks were on food stamps. An ancient order was about to go belly-up. Then, one fateful day, Brother Ty decided to let God be his broker - and not only saved the monastery but discovered the 7-1/2 Laws of Spiritual and Financial Growth. Brother Ty's remarkable success has been studied at the nation's leading business schools and scrutinized by Wall Street's greatest minds, but the secret to the miracle is not to be found in any management analysis. The answer lies in the ancient texts used by the monks. Now, for the first time, Brother Ty reveals the secrets he found in those texts - complete with chapter and verse citations - and tells how you can get God to be your broker. But even more important than the money you'll make is the inner peace that you will achieve. Each chapter ends with a lesson and Market Meditation that will tell you whether to buy or sell, plus a "host" of other self-improvement strategies.
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    God Never Panics (USED)

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    Is there any hope? At times hope can seem elusive as a butterfly fluttering just beyond your grasp. Today our world, including the church, is filled with people who desperately need hope. God Never Panics offers encouragement and insight to those who are feeling overwhelmed with the storms of life. The reader will discover important principles to overcome discouragement and despair. Those who have experienced the misfortune of a house destroyed, a lawsuit lost, the stock market drop, a crop ruined, a business gone under and a family broken apart will find hope through the pages of this book.

    God Spoke to Me (USED)

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    God Wears Lipstick: Kabbalah for Women (USED)

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    For millennia, the spiritual science known as Kabbalah has not only been skewed towards men and their issues, but women have literally been forbidden to study it. And in many cases, still are. Now, Karen Berg, breaks all barriers by revealing what was once taboo - the kabbalah for women. Whatever you are looking for - more fulfilment, more passion, more understanding, better relationships, a better life--God Wears Lipstick will give you the tools and the power to have it all.
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    God's Power to Change Your Life (USED)

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    What does it take to...Become more loving?Live more peacefully?Develop patience? Have self-control?"In the years I have been a pastor," writes Rick Warren, "the number-one question I'm asked is, 'Rick, why can't I change?'" People want to change--but they're stuck.Do you want to get unstuck? Here's how.Drawing simple but powerful truths from the Bible, this book gives you practical guidance for specific types of change, and it links you up with the power to actually make the changes you long to make.As you apply the truth of God's Word by the power of his Spirit, your life will change. You'll move out of your rut--and get on track with God's wonderful purposes for your life.
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    Gold in Your Memories (USED)

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    Macrina Wiederkehr shares a wealth of effective ways to awaken the golden memories each of us has. Her use of creative rituals, personal symbols, and pilgrimages to hallowed places invites us to make similar journeys to our past.
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    Good Morning, Holy Spirit (USED)

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    This inspirational work tells of Hinn's encounter with the Holy Spirit, and the unfolding of Scripture that followed. Hinn shows how to recongnize the voice of the Spirit; offers seven steps to a more effective prayer life; provides freedom from fear of the "unpardonable" sin; and shares God's Master Plan.
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    Good News in Exile (USED)

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    With the recognition of the sweeping changes now taking place in North American society comes the realization that Protestant mainline churches no longer enjoy the privileged status they once did. In this forward-looking contribution to pastoral theology, three leading ministers discuss the state of church life today, explore the particular opportunities that our new world offers the church, and provide a clear picture of what a new, "postliberal" church can look like in practice.

    Speaking directly to pastors and church leaders who find the liberal/conservative polarity tired and unhelpful, the authors interact with the theoretical work of George Lindbeck, Stanley Hauerwas, and others as they trace strategies for a new way to do church. The three authors also provide autobiographical sketches that tell how their years of diverse church experiences have led to their new perspectives.

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    Good Without God (USED)

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    A provocative and positive response to Christopher Hitchens, Sam Harris, Richard Dawkins, and other New Atheists, Good Without God makes a bold claim for what nonbelievers do share and believe. Author Greg Epstein, the Humanist chaplain at Harvard, offers a world view for nonbelievers that dispenses with the hostility and intolerance of religion prevalent in national bestsellers like God is Not Great and The God Delusion. Epstein's Good Without God provides a constructive, challenging response to these manifestos by getting to the heart of Humanism and its positive belief in tolerance, community, morality, and good without having to rely on the guidance of a higher being.

    Gospel for Kids Series A (USED)

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    Grace Eventually: Thoughts on Faith (USED)

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    From the New York Times bestselling author of Bird by Bird, Hallelujah Anyway, and Almost Everything

    "Lamott has chronicled her wacky and (sometimes) wild adventures in faith in...the wonderful Grace (Eventually)." (Chicago Sun-Times)

    In Grace (Eventually): Thoughts on Faith, the author of the bestsellers Traveling Mercies and Plan B delivers a poignant, funny, and bittersweet primer of faith, as we come to discover what it means to be fully alive.