Start a Revolution, Incite Happiness! Delivered with fearless candor and disarming humor, Lama Marut introduces a simple set of exercises that offers a revolutionary yet wholly practical approach to creating and sustaining happiness in a complex modern age. Integrating the ancient teachings of Tibetan Buddhism into the everyday grind, A Spiritual Renegade’s Guide to the Good Life presents a fresh take on our quest for a joyful existence. Each chapter includes an action plan designed to elicit true happiness and forge a clear path toward fulfillment. You’ll learn how to: • transform problems into opportunities; • set yourself free from fear and anxiety; • unburden yourself of past resentment; • create an action plan for true happiness. Further explore the concepts of a spiritual renegade lifestyle through Microsoft Tags within this book, which link to online videos of Lama Marut discussing each of his concepts firsthand. This book is bound to disrupt your suffering, disturb your dissatisfaction, and elicit a deep-seated contentment. Happiness is in your hands.
Discover the role of the prophetic ministry and why it is so necessary today. Through this knowledge, you will: Discover how God awakens, calls, grooms and produces excellent prophets. See how prophets differ from psychics and how prophecy excels divination Get answers to the most common questions people ask about prophecy and prophets Recognize budding prophets in the church Paula Price intelligently and skillfully explains the function and responsibility of local church prophecy and prophets. As an indispensable reference, this comprehensive text is one no Christian should be without.Don’t let lack of knowledge keep you from utilizing one of God’s extraordinary gifts to the church today.
For many years novelist William Gaddis, despite having won two National Book Critics Circle Awards and a MacArthur Foundation's "genius award," suffered from commercial and critical neglect. However, Gaddis has more recently experienced a resurgence in his popularity among both groups and is now considered one of the strongest American novelists. This collection of essays explores the interrelation between Gaddis's writing and the culture that helped to engender it. The essays cover such topics as technique, genre, religion, art, economics, colonialism and the role played by Gaddis's own travels through Europe and North Africa.
Release on 2002 | by Michael W. Higgins,Douglas Richard Letson
The Catholic Church at the Crossroads
Author: Michael W. Higgins,Douglas Richard Letson
The Catholic Church has been around for two thousand years, reaches around the globe with 1 billion followers, and is still meaningful and even vital. The Church's role in modern life is greatly debated around the world. Recently, there has been little immunity from calls for change, and the response will reveal whether it is inclusive or withdrawn. 2002.