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    • Happy This Year (Unabridged)

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      A practical, yet inspirational work that proposes it’s the inner world of our psyches that determines happiness, not outside forces. We have control over our own happiness and this powerful book offers concrete advice on how to tap into it and nourish it all year round. The author focuses explicitly on the positive ways we can establish a higher set-point in our thoughts, speech, and actions, resulting in greater sustainable levels of happiness. Regardless of what the year and your life may bring, we can become measurably and sustainably happier.

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    • Next Christians : The Good News About The End Of Christian America (Unabridged)

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      In the wake of the stunning research findings displayed in his 2007 bestselling book, unChristian-which revealed the growing disenchantment younger generations have with Christians-Gabe Lyons carefully articulates what he has learned from years of interviews, research and focus groups about the next iteration of the movement. Now Lyons looks to the future, carefully observing the end of Christian America’s dominance, and offers a compelling vision for how followers of Jesus can recover their core identity while faithfully navigating our current cultural milieu. Citing current-day models of renewal alongside practical examples of how the faith is adapting in a pluralist, post-modern world, Lyons debunks the popular view and paints a surprisingly optimistic picture of why Christianity’s best days just may lie ahead as a new generation makes their mark in our unprecedented, post-Christian age.

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    • Morning Star Of The Reformation (Unabridged)

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      When young John of Wycliffe arrives at Oxford University in the fourteenth century, he finds it a fascinating and perilous place. With his student friends, John experiences the terrible plague called the pestilence (the Black Death) and becomes involved in clashes between university factions as well as riots among the townspeople. When he can find time away from his studies, his favorite place is the inn of the Kicking Pony, where he and his companions discuss the political and religious issues of the day. It is here that he first shares his growing vision of an English Bible for all Englishmen to read.

      In the darkness of medieval England, John’s pursuit of truth gleams like a solitary star, the morning star that promises the sunrise to come. He paved the way for the theologians of the next century and opened hearts in preparation for the great Reformation itself.

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    • Morning Star Of The Reformation (Unabridged)

      $19.95

      When young John of Wycliffe arrives at Oxford University in the fourteenth century, he finds it a fascinating and perilous place. With his student friends, John experiences the terrible plague called the pestilence (the Black Death) and becomes involved in clashes between university factions as well as riots among the townspeople. When he can find time away from his studies, his favorite place is the inn of the Kicking Pony, where he and his companions discuss the political and religious issues of the day. It is here that he first shares his growing vision of an English Bible for all Englishmen to read.

      In the darkness of medieval England, John’s pursuit of truth gleams like a solitary star, the morning star that promises the sunrise to come. He paved the way for the theologians of the next century and opened hearts in preparation for the great Reformation itself.

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    • God Who Hung On The Cross (Unabridged)

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      Dois Rosser’s faith propelled him out of the boardroom and into villages in dozens of needy nations to invest his earthly fortune in building churches and broadcasting the gospel. In this inspiring memoir, Rosser takes us on a jolting jeep ride to a village in India where feeble lepers are joyfully building their church stone by stone, to a funeral in Cuba where the gospel’s message of hope inspires a Communist tour guide, to the Ganges River for the biggest Hindu festival in world history, and to a Ukrainian church built with government-donated bricks from a former Soviet missile silo.

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    • God Who Hung On The Cross (Unabridged)

      $29.95

      Dois Rosser’s faith propelled him out of the boardroom and into villages in dozens of needy nations to invest his earthly fortune in building churches and broadcasting the gospel. In this inspiring memoir, Rosser takes us on a jolting jeep ride to a village in India where feeble lepers are joyfully building their church stone by stone, to a funeral in Cuba where the gospel’s message of hope inspires a Communist tour guide, to the Ganges River for the biggest Hindu festival in world history, and to a Ukrainian church built with government-donated bricks from a former Soviet missile silo.

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    • On God : An Uncommon Conversation (Unabridged)

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      In probing, amusing, and uncommon dialogues conducted over three years but whose topics he has considered for decades, Norman Mailer establishes his own system of belief, one that rejects both organized religion and atheism. He presents instead a view of our world as one created by an artistic God who often succeeds but can also fail in the face of determined opposition by contrary powers in the universe, with which war is waged for the souls of humans. In turn, we are given freedom-indeed responsibility-to choose our own paths. He believes that our individual behavior, a complex mix of good and evil, will be rewarded or punished with a reincarnation that fits the sum of our lives.

      Mailer is original and unpredictable in this inspiring verbal journey, a unique vision of the world in which God needs us as much as we need God.

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    • On God : An Uncommon Conversation (Unabridged)

      $63.00

      In probing, amusing, and uncommon dialogues conducted over three years but whose topics he has considered for decades, Norman Mailer establishes his own system of belief, one that rejects both organized religion and atheism. He presents instead a view of our world as one created by an artistic God who often succeeds but can also fail in the face of determined opposition by contrary powers in the universe, with which war is waged for the souls of humans. In turn, we are given freedom-indeed responsibility-to choose our own paths. He believes that our individual behavior, a complex mix of good and evil, will be rewarded or punished with a reincarnation that fits the sum of our lives.

      Mailer is original and unpredictable in this inspiring verbal journey, a unique vision of the world in which God needs us as much as we need God.

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    • When Sickness Heals

      $39.95

      In his new book, Dr. Siroj Sorajjakool draws on more than ten years of studies on health benefits in relation to spirituality, especially focusing on the function of meaning. He expounds on his theory that healing is primarily the function of meaning, and meaning transcends sickness and even death itself. He concludes that what people ultimately seek in life is the healing of their souls.

      A health crisis can lead to a discovery or rediscovery of meaning. Chronic illness, suffering, and pending death often spur a cry or prayer for God’s intervention. But when miracles do not happen, individuals are faced with an important developmental task. The journey involves individuals reconfiguring their belief system in order to accommodate chronic or terminal illness. This transition leads to changes in theological understanding and movement from belief in a God of intervention to the God who remains with us through the valley of the shadow of darkness.

      Sorajjakool brings many Eastern and Western resources to his conversation on health, meaning, and healing. He incorporates the perspectives of theologians and philosophers like Paul Tillich, Carl Jung, SAren Kirkegaard, Raimundo Panikkar, Dietrich Bonhoeffer, and John Macquarrie; as well as references to religious texts, including yin and yang, alchemy, and goddess Khali.

      A clear, distinct understanding of spirituality in clinical contexts is presented, with an argument for the role of meaning in the healing process, based on evidence that there may be healing even in the face of death. Sorajjakool identifies the transitional processes people may go through as they seek to make sense of their experiences during a health crisis. He suggests an alternative approach to spiritual assessment and provides methods of spiritual care that speak to the soul.

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    • Gospel According To Oprah (Unabridged)

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      4.25 Hours On 4 CDs

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      Oprah Winfrey is arguably the most well-known and most well-liked woman in the world today. Every day her television show reaches millions of viewers, and if you include her magazine, Web site, book club, television network, and movie production company, her influence is without comparison. Indeed, she has been nicknamed The Queen of All Media. Yet unlike many celebrities, Winfrey’s is an overwhelmingly and unerringly positive public persona. In this book, religion reporter Marcia Nelson explores the spiritual dimensions that are prevalent in all aspects of the Oprah Winfrey media empire. Though Oprah is rarely explicitly religious on her television show or magazine, Nelson points out that there are several major Christian themes that weave through these aspects of her life and work: confession, redemption, healing, mission, forgiveness, and salvation. Nelson concludes that Oprah is a compelling spiritual teacher in a spiritually eclectic and ever-practical America. This book will appeal both to Oprah fans and people who are fascinated by the intersection of religion and popular culture.

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