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Danielle Shroyer went on a pilgrimage to the Holy Land at a time when she was tired of wordy pra...
"Jack Levison studies, meditates, prays, and writes of the place of the Holy Spirit in our lives with more skill and understanding than anyone I know."—Eugene Peterson, author/translator of The Message
40 Days with the Holy Spirit will inspire you to encounter God in fresh and surprising ways.
Professor and scholar, teacher of poets and poetry and convert to Eastern Orthodoxy, Donald Sheehan...
In its 10th year of publication, with more than 50,000 copies sold, The Jesus Creed teaches you how to live out Jesus' command to love God and to love your neighbor as yourself.
If you have always been troubled by the image of God as a punitive judge, this book will show yo...
Join John Hiigel in discovering the Gospel of Matthew as a complete guidebook for being a disciple of Christ
Celebrate the rhythm of life's calendar of events, as well as the Christian liturgical year, with this book as your guide.
A book on the unique aspects and development of Catholic devotion to the Holy Spirit from antiquity to the present, Catholic theology of the Holy Spirit and the new and exciting ways the Spirit is working among Catholics and all Christians today.
McKnight has added a new appendix to one of his most popular books with further reflections on the meaning of the Gospel itself that will refine how you think about Jesus, the church, and the faith you live.
A spiritual guide for how to make the most of the last quarter of a good life.
Provocative and life-changing, Fresh Air combines moving personal anecdotes, rich biblical studies, and practical strategies for experiencing the daily presence of the Holy Spirit.
"I challenge you to get through a chapter of this book without a desire for God being struck in your soul." - read more . . .
In this remarkable memoir, join Heather King, a convert with a checkered past, as she spends a year reflecting on Saint Thérèse of Lisieux and discovers radical faith, true love, and abundant life.
This wry memoir tackles twelve different spiritual practices in a quest to become more saintly.