We all tend to need spiritual and marital guidance. The institution of marriage is like a successful basketball play- book. Each year brings new challenges. There is a lot of planning involved. Marriages cannot base its future on past success or past failures.
Archive for the Spirituality Category
This book deals with a systematic approach to letting go of the past and moving forward toward the prize of the high calling of God in Jesus.
Very few things can be as divisive as religion. In free America we are guaranteed the freedom of religion. This has kept the United States a mighty nation, with its strength being derived from unity in diversity.
In this 1 hour read Elizabeth shares her story “Life after Divorce” interspersed with tips on overcoming the trauma of divorce and reclaiming her singleness.
In “50 Bible Truths on Wealth”, nothing less than the whole truth of the Bible on the topic of wealth will be covered. Simple practical truths, points for attention but also precautions on money, wealth, possessions and prosperity.
When a single moment of senseless violence derails a family’s life. A true and touching story of love, unimaginable struggles, and faith following the terrorist attack on the US Embassy in Nairobi, Kenya.
The chief scientist at the Institute of Noetic Sciences (IONS) turns a critical eye toward such practices as telepathy, clairvoyance, precognition and psychokinesis. Are such powers really possible? Science says yes.
The Day I Started Dreaming tells the story of Elizabeth Alexander, from her humble beginnings in St. Thomas, Jamaica, through rejection, learning challenges, and two failed marriages.
Kimiya’s Quest is a personal story of a spiritual journey including out-of-body experiences, teleportation, spirit guide contact and time travel. The author brilliantly combines East Indian theology with quantum physics to understand this series of experiences.
The first guidebook to discuss the full scope of the intuitive process and propose structures to keep practitioners and clients safe. Heidi Light, a family counselor and certified hypnotherapist, asserts that we are in desperate need of guidance and standards so that we can approach the world of intuition, energy, and mysticism from a healthy and respectful place.