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Here are 100 plus tales of the paranormal told by apparently “normal” people, gathered by a reporter and wife of a clairvoyant.
Everyone has “giants” in their lives that need slaying—fears, worries, guilt, insecurity, etc.—but those giants can be overcome through self-awareness, combined with God’s grace. The...
Best known for his science fiction novels, David Zindell gets personal this time with insights into how growing up as a Baby Boomer in the...
Pastor, teacher, speaker and writer Rob Oberto describes how we can encounter God in a real, inspiring way in the midst of ordinary life.
This is a densely written work on the psychological interaction between reality and perception, specifically the left-brain interpretation of our environment.