Using more than four hundred recent neuroscientific references, Matheson makes the case for the life and teaching of Jesus as your optimal path to brain health and fitness, explaining how to handle anxiety, depression and trauma, aligning neuroscience with the Biblical narrative of redemption.
See if you can find yourself a part of the agony of despair, the bliss of joy, gratitude, and hope. In various aspects of life's challenges, turn the pages and sing with me, laugh with me, be humble with me, and weep with me. Your tears are mine, shed by the same human experiences and held by the same creative hand. To Him, to God, we turn with our questions for answers. His power is marvelous and teaches our hearts to love. We have to mourn, we are given strength to lay our wreaths and flowers and move on. Touched by these trying circumstances of life, there is one common desire, to talk to God
The Dreams of King Neb details the story of Daniel and King Nebuchadnezzar as adapted from Daniel chapter 2 and presented in a simplistic way to interest and delight early development of any age, especially those with developmental disabilities.
The Little lamb series consists of ten stories about two best friends, Woolly the lamb and Billy the Kid. These stories detail the many adventures Woolly and Billy experience. If you're interested in building character, a strong set of values, and a love for reading in your children, this is the series for you.
The wind had gotten strong, fast. Danielle watched her husband hunched over, struggling against the wind to get to safety, only to realize safety wasnt safe On May 22, 2011, Joplin, Missouri, was hit by a tornado, historic in size. The path it left changed the city and its inhabitants forever. Danielle C. Stammer reveals how her family survived at St. Johns Hospital and recounts the emotions and choices they made to get their family through the tornado and the following days, weeks, and months. It is a journey of renewal and growth in the midst of heart-wrenching losses. Singing Over Me weaves fear and trust with grief and healing. It is honest and inspiring, offering hope for any loss.
Author of the acclaimed historical novel, The Scholar's Challenge, Julian Bauer now turns his unique writing abilities to two contemporary novellas, The Lawyer's Relic and A Grandfather's Dilemma. The first novella asks how an agnostic lawyer would react if he found a bloody napkin wrapped as a Christmas gift. Would he throw it away even if he found a card attached describing it as the burial face cloth of Jesus Christ? How would he react if supposedly miraculous events occurred? Would his legal skills play a factor in his search for an answer to what it all means? The second novella puts a elderly man in a predicament. He faces death from old age and has settled all his worldly affairs when...
Little Elephant was born with a very long trunk, much longer than any of the other elephants in his herd. He is made fun of by the other small elephants, as well as the adults of the herd. It crushes his heart, but on one hot, sunny day, his trunk proves to be far more valuable than what the others have seen. God had a plan for his trunk, and Little Elephant becomes a lifesaver and a hero!
Traditional teaching materials for elementary grades—Bible stories, pictures, and fill-in-the-blanks—become boring for students as they reach the fifth grade in Sunday school. They are ready to start using their own reading skills and for an introduction to expressing themselves through performing arts—drama. These Bible stories are directly from Scripture, allowing children to learn Scripture while acting it out in simple, easy-to-make costumes. They will be excited to use this new method of learning weekly and eager to arrive in your class each week to help set up the staging. With forty-two Old Testament and twenty-six New Testament stories presented in drama form, you’ll have more than enough to choose from to make your lesson for each week come alive. And the students will never forget the stories, because they were a part of them.
It was a very cold winter in northwest China when a little beggar girl who could neither hear nor speak followed a rag-tag line of children into a large white tent. She fixed her eyes on the woman who was speaking and the bright colored pictures she showed. Gwa-gwa, whose name means Little Lonely could not know that one of those pictures was to change her life. Gwa-gwa is a real person; the missionaries are real, as are many of the details of the story. When at last she comes to a real home on Christmas Day, a day she afterward called her coming day, Gwa-gwa found some answers to the questions she couldnt even ask. What did the picture mean? Who was the Baby? And what did it have to do with her?
A young girl and her older brother recall a walk at night around Halloween. The problem is that they remember the story very differently. What did the brother see that affected him for life? What was his secret? The story is powerful and will amaze you.