Release on 2007-12-18 | by Katherine Woodward Thomas
7 Weeks to Attract the Love of Your Life
Author: Katherine Woodward Thomas
Category: Family & Relationships
Are you frustrated by stymied relationships, missed connections, and the loneliness of the search for someone to spend the rest of your life with? Are you ready, instead, to find “The One”? In Calling in “The One,” Katherine Woodward Thomas shares her own personal experience to show women that in order to find the relationship that will last a lifetime, you have to be truly open and ready to create a loving, committed, romantic union. Calling in “The One” shows you how. Based on the Law of Attraction, which is the concept that we can only attract what we’re ready to receive, the provocative yet simple seven-week program in Calling in “The One” prepares you to bring forth the love you seek. For each of the 49 days of Thomas’s thoughtful and life-affirming plan, there is a daily lesson, a corresponding practice, and instruction for putting that lesson into action in your life. Meditation, visualization, and journaling exercises will gently lead you to recognize the obstacles on your path to love and provide ways to steer around them. At the end of those 49 days, you will be in the ideal emotional state to go out into the world and find “The One.” An inspirational approach that offers a radical new philosophy on relationships, Calling in “The One” is your guide to finding the love you seek.
Release on 2015-09-22 | by Katherine Woodward Thomas
5 Steps to Living Happily Even After
Author: Katherine Woodward Thomas
Category: Family & Relationships
And Then They Lived Happily… We enter our romantic relationships with great love, hope, and excitement--we've found the 'one', so we plan and forge our futures together. But sometimes, for many different reasons, relationships come undone; they don't work out. Commonly, we view this as a personal failure, rather than an opportunity. And instead of honoring what we once meant to each other, we hoard bitterness and anger, stewing in shame and resentment. Sometimes even lashing out in destructive and hurtful ways, despite the fact that we’re good people at heart. That's natural: we're almost biologically primed to respond this way. Yet there is another path to the end of a relationship--one filled with mutual respect, kindness, and deep caring. Katherine Woodward Thomas's groundbreaking method, Conscious Uncoupling, provides the valuable skills and tools for you to travel this challenging terrain with these five thoughtful and thought-provoking steps: Step 1: Find Emotional Freedom Step 2: Reclaim Your Power and Your Life Step 3: Break the Pattern, Heal Your Heart Step 4: Become a Love Alchemist Step 5: Create Your Happy Even After Life This paradigm-shifting guide will steer you away from a bitter end and toward a new life that’s empowered and flourishing. From the Hardcover edition.
Release on 2016-09-01 | by Kathleen A. Cahalan,Douglas J. Schuurman
Voices from Eight Faith Perspectives
Author: Kathleen A. Cahalan,Douglas J. Schuurman
Pubpsher: Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing
Comparative religious insights into the meaning of vocation in today's world The concept of "vocation" or "calling" is a distinctively Christian concern, grounded in the long-held belief that we find our meaning, purpose, and fulfillment in God. But what about religions other than Christianity? What does it mean for someone from another faith tradition to understand calling or vocation? In this book contributors with expertise in Catholic and Protestant Christianity, Judaism, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism, Confucianism and Daoism, and secular humanism explore the idea of calling from these eight faith perspectives. The contributors search their respective traditions' sacred texts, key figures, practices, and concepts for wisdom on the meaning of vocation. Greater understanding of diverse faith traditions, say Kathleen Cahalan and Douglas Schuurman, will hopefully increase and improve efforts to build a better, more humane world. CONTRIBUTORS Mark Berkson (Confucianism and Daoism) Kathleen A. Cahalan (Catholicism) Amy Eilberg (Judaism) John Kelsay (Islam) Edward Langerak (Secularism) Anantanand Rambachan (Hinduism) Douglas J. Schuurman (Protestantism) Mark Unno (Buddhism)
The Calling from God shares an in-depth analysis of various callings to individuals to preach from a biblical standpoint. It comes in unique ways for each individual. So the exact nature of the calling from God is difficult, at best, to describe, for it does not lend itself to any private interpretation, especially to someone not privy to the calling. Within the text, the reader will learn about the struggles of various people with God and within themselves. All experiences are coercing, demanding, and cajoling for sure. However, the one called has to determine within oneself what Gods will is for him/herself. The Calling from God will serve as a guide to those seeking answers about their possible destiny. The book takes the approach that many are called, but only a few answer because of uncertainty. The book will help one decide what to do based on their life-changing experiences with the power of the Lord Jesus Christ. The ones called must make sure of their calling, for there is much to do since the harvest is great. This book shows in detail some of the preparation needed as one grows in service to the calling from God. All Christians are called by God the Father to be witnesses of his resurrection power by grace through faith in the Lord Jesus Christ. For sure, a call in any form lays a heavenly claim upon the one called. This book helps one understand the calling from God and will help one reach a sound decision based on their life and experiences in comparison to selected biblical callings. The Calling from God will serve a reference manual and a valuable source of information for anyone thinking about answering or has answered the call from God. The decision to serve is very personal, as you will learn from the book The Calling from God and many biblical examples. If you are struggling with the decision to serve or not to serve, this book is for you. You will know after reading The Calling from God if you are one of the few chosen to serve and trust Gods wisdom in leading you to point others to the uplifted Christ. Will you answer the call from God? The alternative is to wrestle with the Spirit, as conviction works slowly and agonizingly in the soul. This book is a must read.
Based on research in northern Thailand, this ethnographic study examines Hmong cosmological beliefs about the cycle of life as expressed in practices surrounding birth, marriage, and death, and the gender relationships evident in these practices.
Do you bounce from church to church wondering why the churches today do not resemble the early church in the Bible? Are you told you are too sensitive or worse yet, in rebellion, when you refuse to sit quietly by, when people are lied to and manipulated into submitting themselves to a corrupt system? Are you told you will never find a perfect church since they are all made up of imperfect people, like you?I don't buy it? John the Baptist called for the church to repent to prepare the way for the birth of our Lord. Today I am calling for the church to repent, the whole Christian church, in preparation for Our Lord's Second Coming! I am "Calling In The Remnant" to be unified not in possessions, or property, but in unity of purpose, looking to survive what is to come as the true body of Christ, not enabling dysfunction but encouraging ALL of the saints to "keep the faith and finish the race."JOANNA moved to Tulsa in 1986, a single mom of three little boys, completed her Bachelor's Degree at Oral Roberts University, and began her search for where God wanted her to serve and belong. Eventually, God led her to minister with the homeless, where she found fulfillment in helping people that truly needed her help and appreciated her knowledge and experience about alcoholism and dysfunctional families. In 1992, she married her current husband Barry, who had been homeless off and on for 12 years. Sober now for 19 years, he currently works for DOC as a maintenance technician. Their son, Jacob, is now a junior in High School. Joanna's first book "Are Christians the Hitlers of Today? A Search for Truth" is also published by Xulon Press. Visit Joanna at www.myspace.com/joannaministries.
The Calling from God shares an in-depth analysis of various callings to individuals to preach from a Biblical standpoint. It comes in unique ways for each individual. It will serve as a guide to those seeking answers about their possible destiny.
The author of Greater Expectations cites rising levels of young people who are entering adulthood without a clear sense of purpose, explaining how parents and educators can productively assist children to discover and responsibly pursue their true interests. Reprint.
BOOTY CALL IN THE CHURCH Carolyn Denise Pastors, Deacons, Choir members, and members all fall prey or are themselves the culprit to the growing number of sexually active Single or adultery committing Christians. "I would love to see you in a bathing suit." The married pastor said to the church member. "Will you be my booty partner?" The deacon asked. This book goes into great detail as it dares to talk about what no one wants to talk about but all know is happening in our churches today, Booty Calls! Carolyn Denise, author of A Mother's Tongue.Overcoming Verbal Abuse. is use to dealing with tough controversial issues. The once homeless Carolyn now a published author, public speaker, college grad and home owner, can be reached at NyLoRac Enterprises Inc. PO Box 608355, Orlando, FL 32860-8355 phone number 321-251-4915 You can also contact Carolyn Denise at www.goodnewsfromthehood.com or email her at [email protected]