Meet Lauren Bingham
Meet Desmond Devenish
From Blue Tapp, the author of Amazon International Best Seller “My Demon, My Jesus,” her extraordinary true story of surviving suicide, defeating depression and demonic oppression, and discovering real joy. Blue Tapp’s latest book introduces readers to Christian meditative prayer in a practical, easy to follow guide. Blue compassionately and gently leads readers through the process she followed to find healing from chronic suicidal depression.
The methods in this book will benefit anyone who struggles with depression, anxiety, panic attacks, fearfulness, chronic sadness, grief, bitterness, anger issues, unforgiveness, pessimism, addiction or any other internal anguish. Move beyond a temporary feel good from a bottle into real deep lasting authentic healing. Everyone should read this life-changing book!
Chaos Calmed: Introduction to Meditative Prayer & Spiritual Healing Workbook is a four week program that introduces readers to Christian meditative prayer and guides them through the spiritual healing process that healed the author from chronic suicidal depression.
In 1 Kings 19, God tells Elijah to go stand on a mountain. There was a great windstorm, then an earthquake, and then a fire. But God was not in any of those things. Instead, God spoke to Elijah in a “low whisper.” We find ourselves in a similar situation. Our culture’s messages are loud fires storming around us, constantly bombarding us. God’s words to us are often quiet. They can be drowned out by everything else. We usually must unplug from our culture and our busyness to hear God’s voice. If you make space for God regularly, in quiet stillness, He WILL respond to you.
If you want your relationship with God to be deep, lasting, and real, then it must go deeper than the surface physical level of you. It must reach down into your soul. It is within our souls where Christians will find the Holy Spirit residing within us. It is there that God can heal you and fill you with His love, peace, victory, and strength.
Each day’s session includes a short main message, meditation exercise, correlating Scripture and prayer. These exercises teach you how to quiet your thoughts and rest in the presence of the Holy Spirit. You can learn to manage your thoughts and emotions rather than being trapped inside of and controlled by them. Learning this discipline will bring you tremendous peace, joy, victory, and spiritual freedom. Your spirit will awaken as you grow closer to God.
The full workbook, Chaos Calmed: Introduction to Meditative Prayer & Spiritual Healing Workbook, includes four weeks of sessions (20 sessions, one session per day, five for each week with two free days each week). Sessions include introduction to meditative prayer, spiritual warfare, spiritual healing, mastering your thought life, conquering fear and depression, finding joy, going deeper with God, and living in victory. Readers explore a variety of meditative prayer techniques including deep breathing, lectio divina, breath prayer, meditation with nature and music.
Meet Dr. Dennis Murphy
Meet Laura Pruett
Are you thinking about selling your creations at craft fairs but aren’t sure where to start? Are you already selling items but would like more ideas to enhance your displays? The Craft Fair Vendor Guidebook: Ideas to Inspire is the go-to guide for people interested in this creative side hustle..
Including many color photographs from craft fairs and other vendor events, this book offers logical ways to display merchandise, simple solutions to save time and make money, and other practical advice. It even includes tips for craft fair organizers.
The author’s specialty is wire-wrapped jewelry, but the book’s principles may be applied to other crafts and merchandise. Learn tips on attracting customers to your enticing booth displays, including the Z layout.
Being a craft fair vendor involves efficiently transporting your booth items, quickly setting everything up like an attractive “mini store,” dismantling everything later that day, loading your vehicle (again!), and going home with more money than you’d brought. Setting up a portable display poses different challenges from creating one that will be stationary in a store setting. Each craft fair has its own layout and what works in one venue may not work in another. Therefore, it’s essential to have a variety of display ideas to determine the best one for each show.
The Craft Fair Vendor Guidebook contains common sense strategies to assist with your home-based business. It starts with business basics and expands to cover a wide range of topics from set-up to sales, including selling beyond the typical craft fair venue. Offering economical DIY techniques, learn how a child’s art kit can be transformed into a lovely jewelry display case or how PVC pipe can uplift your displays literally and figuratively.
Throughout the book, the author shares her experiences to encourage and inspire others. Instead of wasting countless hours searching online for realistic ways to elevate your craft fair business, this book is a handy, step-by-step reference. A quick read including 100 color photographs, this book should spark ideas and motivate vendors to create their best booths ever!
Note: This book has been updated regularly with the most recent in February 2023.
Meet Brenda DeHaan
Discover the One Word that will Change Your Life.
This inspirational collection of ingenious tales that include schemes for getting your life back is woven into a series of hilarious triumphs filled with love, grief, and mischief. High-spirited shenanigans will motivate you to move ahead after a loss, breakup, or divorce. No matter what you’ve been through, every reader (you) will achieve a heightened sense of happiness and a deeper level of confidence than you ever imagined. This book supersedes everything you’ve been told about healing.
Uncover unusual secrets for getting on with your life after a big disappointment or being dumped. You’ll be motivated to revitalize your life in ways you never thought of. Spoiler Alert: You’re going to learn more than how to fake your death and dance naked, with dignity. (You’ll love those chapters.)
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You’ll not only learn how to tie knots when you’re at the end of your rope, refocus your energy, and outsmart a bear; you will find remarkable ideas to enhance your notoriety before you croak. Begin rejuvenating and basking in self-appreciation and exhilaration. Learn how to get there in one spectacular day!
PLUS: a sure-fire plan for moving forward.
Discover the one true secret to living a meaningful life. You can laugh, you may cry, but you will ultimately be entertained and redirected. You’ll find that you’re not alone.
This Book is Full of
- Life Hacks
- Travel Flub Fixes
- Fun facts about potatoes, dogs, cows, turtles, dolphins…
- Gut-busting inspiration to create happiness all around you
- Gleeful tactics to escape humiliation, balconies, & boredom
If you enjoyed bestsellers like Eat, Pray, Love by Elizabeth Gilbert, where she takes her life out of the comfort zone, you’ll love Coffee Cups & Wine Glasses‘ real-life examples of haphazard accomplishments. It’s nothing like the book He’s Just Not That Into You, where Greg Behrendt gives you the courage to walk away. You’re probably already walking. Coffee Cups & Wine Glasses is more like: Dance, Rejoice, Laugh, Live, Excel, and Get Your Life Back – no matter who isn’t into you.
- It’s a Journal
- It’s a Vision Board
- It’s entertaining, comical, and inspiring
You deserve more than an old mattress and day-old coffee. Follow the 10 simple steps to getting over Richard Cranium (AKA Dick Head) and learn to live as if you’re going through Hell. Hint: Keep going.
Coffee Cups & Wine Glasses is the perfect gift for yourself, your girlfriends, and anyone who needs reassurance, a comical boost, a kick in the rear, or a reason to believe how brave, lovable, and magnificently courageous they are.
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The very concept of New York City conjures up a wealth of emotions in many people. For writer Joanie Strulowitz, it has always been a place of magic: an enticing playground, a cascade of art, a wonderland of fascinating characters, a youth serum to keep her feeling forever young.
Believing herself to be a New Yorker who just happened to be born in Iowa, Strulowitz felt the tantalizing call of Manhattan from the time she was four, and eventually made her home there. In this love song to the City, she pays adoring tribute to the essence of Manhattan from its intense pace and the pounding excitement in the air to the funky charm and even the glittering pavement that provides a stage on which it all unfolds.
The City is her laboratory, her art studio, and the extraordinary inspiration for this collection of captivating vignettes. In each short but sublime piece, Strulowitz evokes the luminous ambiance that has lured artists and adventure seekers to the island metropolis for generations: enthralling chance encounters, the slightly terrifying exhilaration of first subway rides, the soothing clink of silverware in a favorite sidewalk cafe, the urge to break into song when discovering a perfect little boutique.
Anyone who has lived in New York City, played tourist there, or just dreamed of paying a visit will find something to love in this transcendent appreciation of the jewel-encrusted celebration of life and art that is Manhattan.
Meet Joanie Strulowitz
ALTHOUGH JOANIE STRULOWITZ is seasoned in numerous aspects of the arts and business, writing has always been her baby. While raising her two daughters in Iowa, she joined the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators. Years later, after finding her first apartment in Los Angeles, she discovered that–magnetically–the SCBWI offices were two blocks from her front door.
Originally from Iowa and later Chicago, Strulowitz moved to New York because, as she explains in My Love Affair with Manhattan (Vignettes of a Life in the City), “My soul has always lived there, and my body needs to catch up.”
With a memory that is largely emotive, she recalls almost every square inch of how she felt growing up. As an observer who always thought something was wrong with her because she didn’t fit in, she discovered that writing books, and being involved with all of the arts, help to make sense of life.
Now she seeks to be the voice she searched for, so the lessons she learned can help others to find the gifts in their differences–and to believe in themselves and their dreams.
Today you can find her (and her black turtleneck) in Los Angeles, writing a chapter on her grocery bag while walking home, or completing her YA fantasy novel during Pilates sessions.