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Andrea Randall

Natalie is a wife. Natalie is a mother. Natalie is a cutter. Clawing at walls built by resentment, regret, and guilt, Natalie cuts as an escape from a life she never planned. Staying present is only possible when you let go of the past. But, what if the past won't let go of you?

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Lara C. Collins

In The Stillness is a unique work designed to usher those facing unexpected life changes into God's powerful calming presence. It is comprised of three main parts: To The Stillness (things that bring us to God); In The Stillness (what He is to us); and From The Stillness (what we derive from His presence). Each section contains short messages on subjects applicable to that area. To The Stillness addresses issues such as injustice, arrogance, fear, shame and chaos. In The Stillness explains who the Father becomes to us as He meets us in our place of greatest need such as Warrior, Defender, Savior, Counselor and Refiner. From The Stillness speaks about what we learn in His presence, including vision, courage, hope, calling and honesty.

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Emilie Barnes

Bestselling author Emilie Barnes inspires women to lead fulfilling and faith-filled lives. From a heart devoted to God, Emilie shapes devotions that give women a sanctuary to seek God, ask for His leading, and praise Him in all things. More than 100 select devotions from Emilie will lead women to the quiet, beautiful refuge of God's love as they explore how to: trust God's heart and purpose for them greet each day with gratitude and hope love and nurture their families center their dreams and decisions on God's Word walk with faith through trials and times of joy Busy women juggling many responsibilities, plans, and needs will be delighted to come across this simple, lovely path to the peace and nourishment of God's presence.

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Eileen Peters

The Bible is the story of God's invitation to "BE STILL AND KNOW THAT I AM GOD." It is the story of men and women who found that invitation irresistible; whose journey to know God became a lifelong adventure. If you find yourself longing to know God this book will be a valuable tool. "Standing In The Stillness" invites you to explore the passion of God, enjoy the provision of God, encounter the purposes of God, experience the promise of God and embrace the presence of God. Eileen Peters has been a pastor's wife, missionary, and Bible teacher. She is a graduate of Providence Theological Seminary with a degree in Biblical Counseling. She and her husband, Lloyd, have two married children and five grand-children.

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Boti Nagy

New York fashion model Lara Nelson is swept off her feet by J.D., a mysterious man from the Australian Outback who possesses uncanny psychic abilities, insights and "gifts" that defy all rational explanation. Her fascination with him grows as they casually meet in various exotic locations around the world and his abilities become more apparent. But there is one problem: She is married. Why has this unusual man from the Outback come into Lara's life and why are they so drawn to each other? Is there more to life and love than the material and the comforts to which she has always aspired? J.D., or James Diamond, hails from a little-known area of Australia, where he was born and raised on a vast sheep station with his lifelong friend, Mulgunya Smith. The son of an Aboriginal elder, "Mully" provides a link to "The Dreamtime" and its influence on life today. Woven through In the Stillness of a Single Breath is also the side story of a hard-bitten journalist pursuing J.D. for his own flawed reasons, ones connected to Japanese war atrocities and his own journey for inner peace. He finds it, in the most unexpected way. About the Author: This debut novel by multiple award-winning Australian journalist Boti Nagy takes you on a journey around the world and within yourself, as you follow his intriguing cast of characters taking their own unexpected paths. Nagy has written two critically acclaimed non-fiction books on basketball, published in Australia, and is writing his next two novels. Publisher's website: http: //sbpra.com/BotiNagy

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Joe Rosenblatt

The Green Man’s forest is full of spirits. From the loftiest cedar to the lowliest centipede, all life falls under the dominion and protection of He Who Is Verdant. Circumspect eyes track defiant interlopers while decaying tree stumps nurse saplings with maternal tenderness. Tree branches entwine sensuously, and leaves rustle like the intimate whispers of lovers. A bird in the stillness waits, talons sharp, preparing to make his kill. Joe Rosenblatt’s latest collection of poems, The Bird in the Stillness, presents a forest in chiaroscuro—a delicate ecosystem held in tenuous balance by cycles of life and death, light and darkness, companionship and solitude. It provides a rich buffet of physical, spiritual and artistic nourishment for any pilgrim who cares to walk the woodland path ... and acknowledge that his warranty on breathing might be nearing its expiry.

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Paul Conklin

In the tranquility of the forest, in the stillness of a house, in the quiet moments of life God can be found, and He has a plan for you and every one of His creations. The mysteries of life can project a very dark, gloomy outlook towards the future, but with the Holy One lighting the way, each moment into the future is more peaceful and freeing. Christian author Paul Conklin explores this truth about God, in poetic verse, in his new book, Whispers in the Stillness. Removing oneself from the constant chatter of life and opening oneself towards meditation, Paul has discovered God s guiding force, urging His children to love others, to embrace His presence in nature and to rest in His eternal hands. Even if in the midst of problems, God has the power to help His children rise from the ashes and continue their story again."

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Boti Nagy

New York fashion model Lara Nelson is swept off her feet by J.D., a mysterious man from the Australian Outback who possesses uncanny psychic abilities, insights and “gifts” that defy all rational explanation. Her fascination with him grows as they casually meet in various exotic locations around the world and his abilities become more apparent. But there is one problem: She is married. Why has this unusual man from the Outback come into Lara’s life and why are they so drawn to each other? Is there more to life and love than the material and the comforts to which she has always aspired? J.D., or James Diamond, hails from a little-known area of Australia, where he was born and raised on a vast sheep station with his lifelong friend, Mulgunya Smith. The son of an Aboriginal elder, “Mully” provides a link to “The Dreamtime” and its influence on life today. Woven through In the Stillness of a Single Breath is also the side story of a hard-bitten journalist pursuing J.D. for his own flawed reasons, ones connected to Japanese war atrocities and his own journey for inner peace. He finds it, in the most unexpected way.

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T. Alan Stumbo

We are always searching for things to do in order to draw God nearer to us, when all that is really needed is to become still before Him. In an age of technological commotion and striving to succeed, few of us see how busy we really are. It has been said, "Busyness is not of the devil; busyness is the devil." Noise, entertainment, habits, and everyday distractions are keeping many believers from breaking through to true rest, and fullness in Christ. Will you become one of those who discover the treasure of stillness? Will you take the challenge and rise from the ashes with a new heart, a new spirit, renewed strength, renewed passion, and a new purpose for living? Join the author as he retells the story of his life-changing experience on the North Shore of Lake Superior. It was during a year of stillness and seclusion that he discovered what was missing from his daily walk with God. When we encounter God-we are changed. When we are changed-we discover peace and rest. Are you weary from all the noise? Are you languishing spiritually? He still speaks to the weary, heavy laden, hungry and thirsty. Come and sit a spell. Be still and know that He is God. He is God, be still and you will know Him.

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Barbara Fiand

Popular spirituality writer Barbara Fiand is back with a moving book inspired by the death of her dearest friend and soul mate. Shadowed by grief, Fiand uses her friend's untimely passing as the starting point for ponderings about the nature of hope and the solace that comes from the beauty of nature speaking to us.

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Neil McKenty

Long after ordination in 1963, John Main discovered that the form of prayer advocated by the swami already existed within the mainstream of Western Christianity but had fallen into disuse. From then on, he was to devote his life to restoring this form of Christian meditation to its rightful place within the Church. His work began with the foundation of a meditation centre at Ealing Abbey in London and led, some years later, to the foundation of the Benedictine Priory of Montreal and the establishment of a worldwide spiritual family linked through the daily practice of meditation. Neil McKenty paints an attractive portrait of this compelling Irish monk whose teaching and writing on meditation were to transform the lives of thousands of men and women.

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Jennifer L. Farley

When Jennifer Farley completed her training in an alternative healing modality, she had no idea how much it would change her life. The connection she felt with The Creator was strengthened beyond anything she learned and knew to exist. In April of 2009, she was asked to begin duties as one of many of The Creator’s transcriptionists. Since then, she has received messages of unconditional love, caring, and most of all, hope. The messages and lessons here are for you, the searcher and awakening soul, so that you may also connect to the greatest teacher of all time.

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Louise Goodman

The year is 1905 and just as sure as the boll weevils nest in the rafters of the barn to return next year, so the seeds of madness lay waiting to destroy the McKinnon family. In Louise Goodman's new novel, Darla McKinnon tells her story-of a young girl, born into a violent family where denial of reality becomes their way of surviving. From the cotton fields of Texas to the streets of Los Angeles, Darla's rich imagination leads her to believe that California presents them all the opportunity to lead a "proper" life. Fantasy rarely comes true, but, in Stillness In The Air, it seems that some of Darla's dreams are realized when she is sent to live at a farmhouse in Anaheim where she cares for the ailing Mrs. Sparrow. Here she learns how to love and lets herself be loved. She matures into a thoughtful and lovely young woman. But happiness has a way of fleeing when least expected and so it is that Darla is thrown into a battle of wills with her ruthless brother, Jasper. His derangement spirals deeper into madness, threatening to take Darla and her two sisters with him.

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P. A. Skantze

Stillness in Motion in the Seventeenth Century Theatre provides a comprehensive examination of this aesthetic theory. The author investigates this aesthetic history as a form of artistic creation, philosophical investigation, a way of representing and manipulating ideas about gender and a way of acknowledging, reinforcing and making a critique of social values for the still and moving, the permanent and elapsing. The book's analysis covers the entire seventeenth-century with chapters on the work of Ben Jonson, John Milton, the pamphletheatre, Aphra Behn, John Vanbrugh and Jeremy Collier and will be of interest to scholars in the areas of literary and performance studies.

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P.A. Skantze

Stillness in Motion in the Seventeenth Century Theatre provides a comprehensive examination of this aesthetic theory. The author investigates this aesthetic history as a form of artistic creation, philosophical investigation, a way of representing and manipulating ideas about gender and a way of acknowledging, reinforcing and making a critique of social values for the still and moving, the permanent and elapsing. The book's analysis covers the entire seventeenth-century with chapters on the work of Ben Jonson, John Milton, the pamphletheatre, Aphra Behn, John Vanbrugh and Jeremy Collier and will be of interest to scholars in the areas of literary and performance studies.