I’m planning to read at least 12 books related to my spirituality this year. Some are long time faves, worth re-reading. Here are my first 3 titles…
I love Louise Hey because of her in-depth work and study of how we manifest spiritual/emotional/mental issues into our physical health. “You Can Heal Your Body A – Z” is an enlightening read.
I’ve heard the title “The Celestine Prophecy” many times, am just getting around to reading this one.
“The Alchemist” is an all time favorite! I’ve read it a few times, with fresh eyes every time.
While testing the beta site, I realized – and was able to articulate – that repetitive worship songs don’t work for me. I can’t get into them for more than a couple of minutes since the same words are repeated over and over. However, I can read a quote and it will resonate with me for days. Good stuff Pocket.Rev!!
War Cry For The Warrior: (link below)
John Hagee: Nothing Can Stop You!!! (Link below)
Black and Yellow Christian Remix. Another great exercise piece (link below)
Uncle Reese: Til I pass out (click link below)
This sermon blessed me. HERE is the video.
Looking to counter some bad habits in your life? Try this tool.
Angels have been awe-inspiring to me since childhood. Was an adult the first time I saw diverse art and photos of Angels. Hope these inspire you too.
Searched all over…. Nobody Greater
People and place are crucial aspects of our faith. People are molded and shaped by their place, consciously and unconsciously. Pastah J talks seriously about the churches need to reconnect and reinvest in geographical places for the sake of the people God has placed there.
Canaan Community Church is a church carefully listening to the voices of our neighbors in the community and responding to what God is doing in their lives. We are committed to seeing the people of the West Englewood nieghborhood, on the south side of Chicago, and surrounding communities wholistically restored through God’s redeeming power at work in both the local church and other organizations that care about redemptive work. The focus of our congregation and community is bringing forth the idea of the Hebrew word “Shalom” which is usually translated as peace. However, it is more accurately defined as nothing missing, nothing broken. Imagine a community where we have everything we need?
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I need a Word from you.. that’s why I Open Up My Heart… Amen!