Download Book The Forgotten Touch More Stories Of Healing in PDF format. You can Read Online The Forgotten Touch More Stories Of Healing here in PDF, EPUB, Mobi or Docx formats.

The Forgotten Touch

Author : Nigel W. D. Mumford
ISBN : 1596270667
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
File Size : 38. 49 MB
Format : PDF, ePub
Download : 561
Read : 522

Download Now

The author's unusual spiritual journey transformed him from a Royal Marine Commando, trained to kill or be killed, to the director of the healing ministries of Christ the King Spiritual Life Center, where he now teaches people to heal and be healed. This long-awaited sequel to Hand to Hand: From Combat to Healing, Mumford's experience of healing in the trenches, offers vivid snapshots of God at work in the world. These true tales from the author's healing ministry and prayers gives the reader insight into the little-known world of modern miracles. Inspiring to Christians and non-Christians alike, these accessible stories challenge us to explore the depths of our faith. They will encourage healers in their ministry of prayer and those who are ill to seek physical and spiritual healing for themselves.


Author : Heather Gordon-Young
ISBN : 9780819232007
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 81. 12 MB
Format : PDF
Download : 291
Read : 665

Download Now

• Powerful, engrossing, and beautifully written spiritual memoir of pain and hope• Challenges the church to deal with and support those struggling with mental illness and their familiesFireflies recounts the writer’s quest to find light to ease the darkness and suffering she encounters in the world as her beloved older brother is enveloped by mental illness. Her journey for answers takes her from small-town British Columbia to Zimbabwe and exposes her to spiritual and religious settings from 12-step programs to fundamentalism, from Anglicanism to African evangelicalism. She presents her experiences without judgment, and her story reflects where religion helps and where it fails to help find meaning in the midst of life’s most painful challenges.

Healing Touch

Author : Zach Thomas
ISBN : 0664251870
Genre : Religion
File Size : 25. 55 MB
Format : PDF, ePub
Download : 944
Read : 324

Download Now

When Jesus ministered, he often used touch. Yet this human act makes many people uneasy. In this helpful book, Zach Thomas provides fresh perspectives on the practical meanings of touch for the faith community. He criticizes the church for its mind/body split and suggests a more wholesome path to using healing touch.

The Forgotten Jesus And The Trinity You Never Knew

Author : Damon W.K. So
ISBN : 9781608996315
Genre : Religion
File Size : 71. 89 MB
Format : PDF, Mobi
Download : 790
Read : 1039

Download Now

This book presents a dynamic picture of Jesus and relates this picture to Jesus' fundamental and underlying relationship with his Father through the Holy Spirit. The concrete expression of that relationship in Jesus' life, ministry, death, and resurrection is presented in a unified manner, avoiding the pitfall of majoring on only one of these aspects. This holistic and dynamic picture of Jesus in intimate fellowship with his Father through the Spirit gives the readers a valuable glimpse into the mystery of the Trinity and invites them to reflect on what it means to follow Jesus as individuals and as communities in the context of the twenty-first century with its many challenges.

Epilepsy Jody S Journey An Inspiring True Story Of Healing With The Edgar Cayce Remedies

Author : Linda Caputi
ISBN : 1929841043
Genre : Medical
File Size : 75. 80 MB
Format : PDF, Mobi
Download : 145
Read : 1033

Download Now

This is the remarkable true story of a young woman's seven-year struggle and final victory over epilepsy. Jody had been diagnosed with epilepsy when she was a teenager and initially chose the conventional approach of trying various medications to control the seizures. The medications didn't help; Jody was cured by Cayce's remedies.


Author : G. C. De Pietro
ISBN : 9781466984608
Genre : Psychology
File Size : 38. 58 MB
Format : PDF, Kindle
Download : 778
Read : 1193

Download Now

Born prematurely, and later diagnosed with a life-threatening childhood illness, Ms. De Pietro spent most of her early years in hospitals. Surviving several near death experiences had a lasting effect on her. It was there in the hospital at the child life center that she was first introduced to art. She knew from then on that she would dedicate her life to being an artist. After studying at the School of Visual Arts and later at the Paris American Academy, she went on to have a fruitful career as a painter. As time went on she realized that cloistering herself in her studio painting did not address her own suppressed emotions which had caused her to seek refuge there in the first place. Furthermore, it didn’t allow her to give back to others who were suffering. Taking a sabbatical from painting to study art therapy, Ms. De Pietro set out to confront her own complexes and in the process help those in need. She learned how to use the creative process to reach those who experienced trauma and abuse. She recognized that you cannot run and hide from past trauma because the past will come and find you. What is hidden in our shadow selves is what keeps us confined and doomed to repeat the patterns of abuse. It is only by confronting the truth of what happened in the past that helps us shed the shroud of secrecy that keeps us spellbound in shame and guilt. ”We all have stories. We all have had pain and suffering in our lives, some more than others. If we keep our stories locked up and hidden they will become a heavy burden, and cause us only more grief. We can learn from our past when we step back and take a long hard look, and realize that these traumatic experiences don’t define us. We learn more from our struggles and misfortunes than we do from our accomplishments. When we let go of our guilt, shame, fear and loneliness, we can make room for the good stuff, like joy, and love. Follow the stories and you will find the truth hidden in between the lines”.

Animals And The Kids Who Love Them

Author : Allen Anderson
ISBN : 9781577319603
Genre : Pets
File Size : 82. 46 MB
Format : PDF, Mobi
Download : 662
Read : 522

Download Now

A boy and his dog, girls and their horses — the clichés click because they’re so often true. But some kids do more than play with their pets, and some animals do more than fetch and purr. These kids and animals love unconditionally, and through that love, the condition of each is transformed. This collection is for animal lovers of all ages — and for anyone who wants to smile or needs to heal. You’ll meet: • Ricochet, the golden retriever who surfs in charity events to raise money for children with disabilities • Casper, the rabbit who helps a boy sleep through the night in his foster home • Sparkles, the Dalmatian whose fire-safety lesson saves the lives of a five-year-old and her father • Snazzy, the black pony who helps a boy learn to talk • Cocoa puff, the guinea pig who loves hearing children read • Frankie, the dachshund with “wheel legs” who helps a boy with a leg brace find hope

The Baptist Quarterly Review

Author :
ISBN : MINN:31951002147831O
Genre : Baptists
File Size : 49. 35 MB
Format : PDF, Mobi
Download : 985
Read : 310

Download Now

The Baptist Quarterly Review

Author : John Ross Baumes
ISBN : UOM:39015074660203
Genre :
File Size : 56. 44 MB
Format : PDF, Kindle
Download : 544
Read : 1315

Download Now

Make A Difference

Author : Melvin L. Cheatham
ISBN : 9781418516345
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 33. 24 MB
Format : PDF, ePub
Download : 409
Read : 586

Download Now

Dr. Mel Cheatham, a successful neurosurgeon with a thriving private practice, found himself at the age of fifty feeling empty. He had it all. And yet he knew something was missing-the peace and joy that comes from showing God's love to others. Then one day he heard Franklin Graham speak about the desperate need for doctors in developing countries, and in that message, Mel heard God speaking directly to his heart. He gave up a private neurosurgery practice and devoted himself to full-time medical relief work and evangelism projects in developing and war-torn countries. Mel Cheatham found out what it means to Make a Difference. In Make a Difference, Mel shares the stories of dozens of people who have risked it all to gain what they cannot lose-people who learned to listen to God and respond to His call to love the world. You'll read about: Karen Daniels, a 31-year-old nurse from British Columbia who heard God calling her to minister through her medical skills in wartorn Sudan, where temperatures often reach 115 degrees and the only "bathrooms" are pit latrines dug in the ground. Marianne Morton, who donated a kidney to a neighbor she barely knew, a Jewish man who was being kept alive only through daily dialysis. Through these and many other stories, and through the use of Scripture, Melvin will help you listen to God's still, small voice, calling you to make a difference, to show His love to a world in need.

Top Download:

Best Books