Download Free A Womans Spiritual Retreat Book in PDF and EPUB Free Download. You can read online A Womans Spiritual Retreat and write the review.

Let us draw near to God with a sincere heart in full assurance of faith.... Let us hold unswervingly to the hope we profess, for He who promised is faithful. --Hebrews 10:21-24 Every Christian experiences times when faith is hard to come by. When God seems as remote as the deliverance we seek. These times of spiritual crisis can deeply alter your life--for better or for worse. With this book Sheila Cragg wants to guide you in making it a change for the better, one day at a time. Whether your spiritual pilgrimage has just begun or you are well on your journey with God, the sensitive perspective, daily Bible study, tender prayer times, and the journaling within these pages can help you work through the emotions of a spiritual crisis--whenever it comes--and develop a deeper faith. A faith that can deal with heartache, doubt, and despair, and yet maintain its trust in God. When you're in spiritual shock, this book will show you how to safely endure it. When denial comes, you'll discover how to be realistic about your pain and still place your confidence in the Lord. When you feel angry, here is help for keeping that anger from controlling and destroying you. If you experience guilt or shame, you'll encounter the good news of spiritual restoration, repentance, and freedom. When you come up against despair, you'll learn how God can give you a new hope in your walk with Him. And ultimately, you'll discover that not only is Christ the redeemer of your soul, but of your earthly sorrows, too. The one who gives your spiritual recovery possibility, your peace a reality, your suffering meaning--and your pilgrimage a purpose.
A Spiritual Field Guide* Guide to the most powerful & effective practices taught at the Women's Retreats* Everything in one book with diagrams & charts* The purpose behind each practice or meditation* History of the practice / meditation and its lineage* How and when to use each tool and the healing expected
Readers will discover a peaceful spirit, increased energy, spiritual renewal, and deeper faith by doing uplifting activities, such as savoring the smell of favorite foods, enjoying complete silence, and delighting in God's creation.
Asking why Western women are dropping out of traditional religion in record numbers, the best-selling author of A Woman's Book of Life probes the disconnect between patriarchal religion and women's experience and shows women the path to spiritual healing. Reprint.
Women are busy. Whether their energy is expended at home or at the office, women find themselves overwhelmed with the to-do lists in their life, and they long for time away from it all so they can really hear God's still small voice. "But when I pored over the pages of Scripture," says author Sharon Jaynes, "I discovered that some of God's most memorable messages were not delivered while men and women were away on a spiritual retreat, but right in the middle of everyday life. He spoke to Gideon while he was threshing wheat and to shepherds while they were watching their flocks by night." Using biblical wisdom and practical insights from her own life, Sharon invites readers to explore answers to the heart cry, "How can I hear the voice of God?" Includes helpful study guide.
Provides women with advice on dealing with family and personal crises from a Christian perspective
Private investigator Ulysses Donaghue's vacation is interrupted by the apparent suicide of a notorious Hollywood film director, followed by the murder of his wife's hairdresser, and Donaghue discovers that a guest at the abbey has deadly past. Reprint. K.
Stories behind some of the best-loved hymns of Christendom.
A historical study of religion, and the causes, effects and responses to religious change in Nigeria. The contributors analyse growth in religion and offer explanations for the massive drift from traditional religions to Christianity and Islam during the colonial and post-colonial periods which resulted in Christian and Muslim groups each constituting over 40% of the entire African population, the most rapid growth in Islam and Christianity in any time in the history of Africa. They trace how these changes transformed traditional religions noting aspects of continuity and discontinuity within them; and assess the impact of the missionaries and conversion, urbanisation and Western education on these traditional religions. The study also considers the relationship between orthodox Islam, dominant in Northern Nigeria, and 'Ahmadiyya' Islam. It assesses the conflicts between different Muslim groups, and Muslims and Christians within the political context of Nigeria. First published in 1985, this is a timely re-issue providing the historical background, necessary to understanding the current issues in Nigeria today and their political impact.

Best Books