Feel Well Where You Dwell
Our dwellings—both our home and body—are intricately connected. Each has the potential to inspire the other to be its very best!
Your home is where your life happens. Learn how to create a sanctuary that inspires your well-being, so you can experience a greater sense of peace, comfort, and belonging.
Your body, including your mind and soul, needs daily nourishment to help you feel healthy and happy. You’ll discover simple ways to make self-care a priority in your home.
Melissa Michaels wants to show you how meaningful it can be to live a life that nurtures both your home and body. By making a series of small, intentional choices—from what you bring into your home to how you shape your daily habits and mind-sets—you can create a more rejuvenating environment that equips you to go into the world and accomplish all you set out to do.
Dwelling will help you
- learn to better care for your home environment so it takes care of you
- make decisions that simplify your life
- create more peace in your day
- invest in relationships that make you feel positive, challenged, and supported
- lean into faith for strength and renewal
When you discover the connection between your home and body and the action steps you can take to improve both, you’ll be on your way to a more balanced and happy life!
WARNING: If readers accept the author’s challenge, they will pray more deeply, effectively, and regularly than they ever have before. Through powerful daily “dares” or challenges, Ron Kincaid, pastor of Sunset Presbyterian Church in Portland, Oregon, guides readers not just to think or talk or read about prayer . . . but to actually pray. Individuals and small groups will gain confidence in their prayer lives, strengthen their understanding of prayer’s purpose, and learn how to apply key scriptural principles of prayer to their everyday lives.
The Prayer Dare is a practical, no-nonsense handbook that demonstrates concepts with relatable illustrations and then invites readers to engage in simple exercises to make the “dare” a personal reality. Journaling space is also provided to record practice and progress. Dares include “Don’t Be Afraid to Ask,” “Pray Like You Mean It,” “Take God Seriously,” and “Be Transparent.” Each dare builds on the last, and as readers take the challenges one-by-one, they will begin to do something incredible: pray.
It’s Okay to Have Needs of Your Own
You fell in love with him. But over time you’ve come to realize he’s in love with himself—and you feel trapped. His needs, his problems, and his plans always seem to take precedence over yours.
Dr. David Hawkins, director of the Marriage Recovery Center, offers a guide to help you identify signs of narcissism, understand how your loved one’s issues are affecting you, and prepare a biblical game plan for freeing yourself to live courageously in light of God’s love.
Whether the man in your life can be diagnosed with narcissistic personality disorder (NPD), exhibits narcissistic traits and emotionally abusive behavior, or has arrogant and self-centered tendencies, the emotional pain he causes you is very real. Discover the truths, wisdom, and grace you need to spark change in your relationship, set boundaries, and experience healing.
A revised and updated edition of the manifesto that shows how simplicity is not merely having less stress and more leisure but an essential spiritual discipline for the health of our soul.
Welcome back to Bright’s Pond, where strange happenings are afoot at the Greenbrier Nursing Home. The folks have suddenly grown younger, happier, and even a bit friskier thanks to Leon Fontaine, the newest Paradise Trailer Park resident. But Mildred Blessing is suspicious and sets out to investigate while the wedding to end all weddings is being planned. Only, in Bright’s Pond, nothing ever really goes as planned . . .
In this book the Puritan John Owen expounds on 2 Cor. 13:5 which says, “Examine yourselves, whether ye be in the faith; prove your own selves. Know ye not your own selves, how that Jesus Christ is in you, except ye be reprobates?” This book is good for those who worry about if they are truly trusting in Christ to save them or not. It points them to examine their life to see if they are believing, repenting, trusting, and obeying.
In this grab bag we have 5 romance fiction e-books from Barbour. The prices and sale dates that the publisher has provided are under each ebook cover.