On a warm summer night, Jack Wallace awoke with a start. A strange feeling led him outside into the eerie night. A very odd sound greeted his ears as soon as the screen door closed behind him with a click.
The book uses the chakras metaphor as a template to establish a path toward spiritual awakening and release, it guides you through everyday challenges like fear, grief, guilt, shame, and more in a simple and practical language.
Annie believes that there's a ticking time bomb inside her. It's a powder keg of emotion that's just ready to explode. She has been desperately longing to turn the page after her incurable cancer diagnosis. But there's a painful story locked inside her; it's one that has been killing her for nearly thirty years.
Forgiveness is one of the cornerstones of Christianity. Still, even though the Bible tells us to forgive, it does not tell us how to forgive … or does it? Forgiveness is certainly not an immediate reaction. It is a process; it is something that you must work towards and want to work towards. The author guides readers through the process of understanding why you need to forgive and how to forgive.
Skylar is excited about her middle-of-the-summer pool party. She knows exactly who she’s inviting: but she will NOT invite Mary Kate. Last spring Mary Kate had a sleepover and she didn’t invite Skylar. Now Mary Kate can see how it feels to be left out.
Told from the point of view of a suddenly homeless mental patient wandering the streets as his meds wear off, Stone Flag takes us on a journey into one man’s past. From complete amnesia he starts a course that just keeps raising the stakes for 500 pages. Where it will leave him answers so many questions the book continues well beyond its ending.
Jack Baldwin had turned away from God at the age of seventeen, after a tragedy shattered his faith. But, God never gave up on Jack. Many years later, Jack learned that God had a plan for Jack all along.
Two young women have vanished and not even their kidnappers know where they are. Shaye had childhood fantasies about finding the legendary Exiles and walking among them in the place her people called "the land of cloud and leaf." But this isn't at all what she imagined.
“To be a Christian means to forgive the inexcusable, because God has forgiven the inexcusable in you.” - C.S. Lewis. In Finding Freedom from Unforgiveness, Greg Gordon shows some keys from Scripture to help us be free and release others.