Thin Places: Where Faith Is Affirmed And Hope Dwells

Bill and Terry Treacy died three months apart, after fifty years of marriage and a lifetime of faith. Devastated by this loss, their ten children found comfort in inexplicable signs assuring them that their parents were at peace, reunited in heaven, and yet still present in the lives of those who grieved for them. In Thin Places: Where Faith […]

The Purpose of Religion: Enlightenment, Meaning and Love in Jewish, Christian and Islamic Symbology

On July 1, 2011, in Religion/Faith - Non-Fiction, by andrewcort

In a world of religious antagonism, at last a message about the underlying decency and unity of our western traditions

Bathsheba's Boy

On June 13, 2011, in Religion/Faith - Non-Fiction, by Katherine_B. Duke

Proverbs 31 teachings by beautiful Bathsheba for herself, her son, and every Mother.

Secrets of Spiritual Happiness

On April 12, 2011, in Religion/Faith - Non-Fiction, by Sharon_Janis

In “Secrets of Spiritual Happiness,” Sharon Janis demystifies the secrets of spiritual happiness in an entertaining, accessible and down to earth style. She describes the barriers to happiness and offers practical tips to help readers respond to life situations in ways that will bring greater harmony and happiness. Readers will learn how to feel complete […]

Why God Matters – How to Recognize Him in Daily Life

On April 12, 2011, in Religion/Faith - Non-Fiction, by Deacon Steven Lumbert

Summary: Many times one sees Roman Catholicism explained using either closely reasoned theology or a appeal to ancient writers of the Church. While both are legitimate approaches, the average reader looking to explore the faith is often left cold. In their collaboration, Why God Matters, Deacon Steven Lumbert and his daughter, Karina Lumbert Fabian, delieneate […]

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