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Habits of the Heart

    Are you “out of shape” spiritually? Do you long for a life that is fully and deeply engaged with the Creator? Does your heart ache to be transformed by God? Real change happens only when we train ourselves … Continue reading

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Words From The Hill

  A disruptive and surprising journey through the Beatitudes. Most of the time, life doesn’t work out like we expect it will. We spend time and energy trying to climb some sort of spiritual ladder, oblivious to the fact that … Continue reading

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A Call To Mercy

  Published to coincide with Pope Francis’s Year of Mercy and the Vatican’s canonization of Mother Teresa, this new book of unpublished material by a humble yet remarkable woman of faith whose influence is felt as deeply today as it … Continue reading

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Abundant Life In Jesus Devotional

    God loves you far too much to let you linger in a life that’s old, stale, and filled with worldly pleasures that bring nothing but short-term satisfaction. This book of daily devotions promises to help you shed that … Continue reading

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Understanding World Religions

  I am not sure whether or not one can truly understand all of the world’s religions but Gary R. Morgan sure does give us a decent jumping off point. In his book Understanding World Religions in 15 Minutes a Day Morgan … Continue reading

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