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Joel Thimell

Joel Thimell

12 July at 01:12

Rescued by God: Noah...Elijah...and Lot?
Everybody knows that Noah was the one righteous man that God rescued from the Flood. And serious Bible students remember that God sent ravens to feed Elijah during a lengthy drought. But Lot? The guy who barely escaped the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah with his daughters? Why was he rescued by God? Was it just because his Uncle Abraham pleaded with God? Or is there more to the story?
My hope is that readers will see that the God of the Old Testament is full of love, compassion and grace for rebels like Lot and me, just like He is in the New Testament.

Wendy McAlpine

Wendy McAlpine

10 April at 02:58

The Genesis Cafe, http://www.robbymcalpine.com/p/the-genesis-cafe.html , is a comforting story about two friends. They have a thinky-talky friendship and hang out in pubs and coffeeshops. Among the things they discuss in an old book by Dr. Ladd who wrote for most of his life about the Kingdom of God and what that means. It seems to mean something different to everybody that you hear these days. You would have a huge eye/heart-opening experience if you read Dr. Ladd directly, that is if you didn't choke to death on the technical wording. This brings Dr. Ladd's big book into normal people-speak. It is also very comforting, like having a wise old friend.

Wendy McAlpine

Wendy McAlpine

10 April at 02:54

Detoxing from Church, http://www.robbymcalpine.com/p/detoxing-from-church.html, is all about healing from the wounds inflicted by the followers of Christ. What if you want to keep your connection to God but stepping into a church makes you uncomfortable or actually feel painful?

Matthew Milam II

Matthew Milam II

16 April at 23:17

"Well done, thou good and faithful servant: thou hast been faithful over a few things,..."
(Matt. 25)

I've heard many, who, when quoting this passage, all seem to stop at the colon, without making mention of the fact that the servant has faithfully carried out a task to the Masters delight. Just how much of our Christian walk is in line, faithfully, with the Masters liking? Are we doing all we can to live out the command of Jesus, or are we busy making excuses as we push our service further on the back burner. "The Jesus Command' is an examination of Christ's charge to love one another as He has loved us. It takes into account His point of view and what would be expected of anyone who would be called His Disciple. A word of caution... there may be a few hard bits to swallow.

John 6:60,66 (KJV)
Many therefore of his disciples, when they had heard this, said, This is an hard saying; who can hear it?

From that time many of his disciples went back, and walked no more with him.

Wendy Gillissen

Wendy Gillissen

9 August at 21:15

It was a bit of a shock to discover that my award-winning fantasy début was actually inspired by my own past lives, especially since I am a past life therapist with over ten years' experience. But to share the spiritual insights and wisdom of times past through this story has proven to be worth every effort. I hope to inspire, move and entertain my readers with the adventures and spiritual experiences my characters have lived through.

Sue Batton Leonard

Sue Batton Leonard

2 June at 20:02

As an author who just published "Gift of a Lifetime:Finding Fulfilling Things in the Unexpected, I look forward to reading other authors' work for the spiritually minded.

James L Hill

James L Hill

30 May at 03:35

Pegasus, the first starship, will take the best that the world has to offer and transplant it on another world. Readers are taken on an emotional roller coaster as the only two people to escape the escalating madness must wrestle control of the ship from its Artificial Intelligence and restore faith in human dignity. In this work, readers see a future that is just around the corner. Beware, technology advances faster than our knowledge of what to do with it.

Shahida Arabi

Shahida Arabi

10 May at 19:36

The Smart Girl's Guide to Self-Care provides a comprehensive introduction to the spiritually-minded, offering useful tips on concepts like mindfulness, meditation, opposite action, positive rebellion, positive affirmations and radical acceptance.

It also helps give a spiritual lift to survivors of emotional and/or physical abuse and trauma.

Check it out here: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00JK86OAI (Kindle) http://www.amazon.com/Smart-Girls-Guide-Self-Care/dp/1497489245/ (Print)

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