To change your habits, you must ﬁrst change your mind! Perhaps you have a habit you would love to replace with a new, healthier one. Unfortunately, it is far too easy to procrastinate or make excuses when it comes to making better choices. When work isn’t so busy, When the holidays are over, When I have more money, When I’m not so tired. Believe it or not, change is possible! The book in your hands is about making the “when” happen “now”. Lifestyle coach Danna Demetre takes you on a 40-day journey that reveals how an “inside-out” approach can result in dynamic and lasting change. Discover how to: – identify your unhealthy thoughts and replace them with healthy ones. – maximize your energy in simple ways by eating right and staying active. – achieve true rest and regeneration. – use a daily journal to move toward permanent change. – and much more! Whether your goal is losing weight, kicking a smoking habit, or improving ﬁtness and vitality, a healthy and more satisfying life can be yours! Replace your old negative mind-set with new healthier messages that move you toward the person God designed you to be.
Saints who raised the dead
The raising of the dead has been performed hundreds of time since the days of Christ. Our Lord told his apostles to raise the dead (Matt. 10:8), and over the Christian centuries many Saints have done so, particularly St. Francis Xavier, St. Patrick, St. Vincent Ferrer, St. Catherine of Siena, St. Teresa of Avila, St. Bernard of Clairvaux, and many more
Christianity Among Other Religions
In today's pluralistic culture many people Christians and non-Christians alike-are searching for the meaning of life but feel confused by the labyrinthine multiplicity of religions in the world. this book intends to show that Christianity is God's response expressed in human words and in human history to the divinely inspired yet sin-distorted universal human search for God.
The Last Things
this is an accessible and deeply profound look at those four most important things: death, judgment, hell, and heaven. professor Regis Martin expertly guides the reader through the eschatology, with the aid of popes, theologians, and even literary greats. The Last Things is at once entertaining and enlightening, and a must-read in preparation for the inevitable final days.