Fit for Faith book made into 3 online courses

Fit for Faith

7 weeks to improved spiritual & physical health
made into 3 online courses:

Fit_for_Prayer  Food_for_Thought (3)  Flex_your_Spirit (2)

† Home study

Watch the 7 video tutorials on your own time. Watch them all in a row or one a day or one a week. It’s entirely up to you!

† Spiritual component

Learn about prayer, Bible study, and journal writing to connect on a deeper level with God.

† Physical component

Learn about healthy eating, cardio and strength training, and stretching exercises to incorporate into your day.

 

 

 Fit for Prayer

Exercise strategies to get you in shape!

Prayer strategies to connect deeper!

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Learn how to fit prayer and physical activity into your daily routine

 Fit for Prayer $9.97

 

 Food For Thought

Expert advice on healthy eating!

Simple strategies to study the Bible!

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 Find out how to nourish your body and spirit

through healthy eating and Bible study

Food for Thought $9.97

 Flex your Spirit

Stretching techniques to escape stress!

Journal writing to achieve a sense of health!

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 Discover a new way to express yourself with God

through journal writing and stretching

Flex your Spirit $9.97

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Spiritual GPS – God Promised Solutions by Oliver Reid

Spiritual GPS by Oliver Reid

About The Book

Spiritual GPS is dedicated to the masses that found themselves paralyzed at life’s intersections and crossroads. This book is committed to those who are in desperate need for God’s direction each and every day of your life. To the one that has lost their way this book is devoted to you. To the one that can’t see God’s promises because of life’s obstructions this book is designed with you in mind.

If you have ever faced a problem that appeared to be bigger than the solution this book is handcrafted by God for you. If you have endeavored to hear the simple words you can this book is for you.

Spiritual GPS is tailored to people of diverse backgrounds and experiences. This book caters to individuals who dare to dream and live on the cutting edge of their next level. Spiritual GPS is focused on allowing you to concentrate on godly solutions instead of the equations.

Oliver Reid

About The Author

Apostle Oliver T. Reid, called into the ministry in his youth, is a powerfully anointed and dynamic man of God. Known to be a remnant preacher and a testament to these times, Apostle Reid flows with a global prophetic mandate with God’s signs and wonders following. A man of many gifts and talents, he walks in the office of Pastor, Prophet, Evangelist and Teacher, and most affectionately knows him as “Apostle.” As a trailblazer, stalwart, and international apostle Reid has a passion to see the body restored, sinner’s saved, and broken hearts mended.

A native of Charlotte, North Carolina, Apostle Reid is happily married to Miatta Reid and a proud father. He is a graduate of Winston Salem State University with a BA/BS degree in History and Sociology. Apostle Reid obtained a Bachelors as well as a Master’s Degree in Theology from Life Christian University. He is presently in pursuit of his Doctor of Ministry in Theology degree from Life Christian University.

Connect with Oliver:

Facebook

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Links to purchase the book

Amazon

Trailer
Tour schedule

 

Mothers and Daughters: Mending a Strained Relationship by Teena M. Stewart

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Chapter 2, Excerpt

The Perfect Relationship Myth

In some sense every parent does love their children,” she responded, ignoring his second question. “But some parents are too broken to love them well and others are barely able to love them at all…1 Papa – The Shack

In the photograph actress Gwyneth Paltrow appears completely at ease. Eyes closed, dressed in an elegant white evening gown that accentuates her slender neck and upswept hair, Gwyneth leans back against the comforting embrace of her mother, Blythe Danner. Both women are remarkably beautiful with facial similarities so alike that no one could mistake them for anything other than what they are—mother and daughter.

The photographer has crafted a beautiful portrait which emotes a sense of tranquility and security and something more—a surreal moment of an ideal existence between a mother and daughter. The two seem so at ease in one another’s company that they need say nothing, just co-exist peacefully in the same space.

What woman hasn’t longed for such a mother-daughter relationship? The carefully staged portrait of Gwyneth and Blythe, however, is just that, a staged portrait. The photographer painstakingly considered their wardrobe, the lighting, the backdrop and the pose. None of it happened by chance. Though the younger actress may indeed have a good rapport with her mother, it is undoubtedly imperfect. Even if their bond is as close as the photo implies, at times their relationship may be pulled snug and taught like a comfortable pair of perfect fitting jeans. At other times their bond may feel frayed, stretched, and dangerously thin.

On a daily basis we interface with human beings laden with idiosyncrasies and short-comings spawned by unique upbringings. We even exhibit these ourselves. For better or worse, our personal history forms us into who we are and we are left trying to make relationships work despite these quirks. Close-knit friendships between mothers and daughters are a rarity. On occasion when we do glimpse what appears to be a healthy, tight relationship between a mother and daughter, we may view them through a filter making their relationship appear more perfect and desirable than it actually is. Perhaps this is because we find our own so lacking and long deeply to have just a fraction of such intimacy in our own.

Teena Stewart

Author Bio

Teena Stewart is an author, ministry leader, and artist with hundreds of published articles to her credit in the secular and Christian realm as well as numerous books. Her current focus is on helping others find value and beauty in themselves and others despite brokenness and transforming them into authentic, mature Christ followers.
When she isn’t writing, she is creating artwork and jewelry treasures (often from discarded and found objects) or leading ministry for Java Journey–an innovative coffee shop ministry in Hickory, NC–whose mission is similar to her own, to provide hope and restoration to the hurting and broken by sharing Christ’s story, showing His love and by empowering the restored to serve others.

Her two most recent books include:

Mothers and Daughters: Mending a Strained Relationship (Beacon Hill).

A book that will help you name your hurts, face the barriers that stand in the way of a healthy mother daughter relationship, and forgive what feels unforgivable. Learn to cultivate a friendship, communicate more effectively, and become a part of the change you want to see. There is hope for restoration and renewal.

The Treasure Seeker: Finding Value and Love in the Arms of Your Loving Heavenly Father (Wine Press).

Author and artist Teena Stewart uses the “lost” parables and treasure stories to illuminate the precious relationship to be had between us and our Heavenly Father. He transforms us into gems of stunning beauty and shows us our remarkable potential and true worth. Teena designed a Treasure Seeker jewelry line that ties in with the book.

Her books are available on Amazon.com, Barnes & Nobles, through her website and at most other bookstores.

Contact info:

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Trusting God When Bad Things Happen

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Trusting God When Bad Things Happen

Guest post by Shelley Hitz
My heart continues to be heavy for all those grieving today across our country. I don’t believe it was a coincidence that I published a book this past week called, “Trusting God When Bad Things Happen.” And even before the tragedy in Connecticut, I felt led to offer it free on Smashwords this month.

Trusting God In The Midst of the “Storms” of Life

When bad things happen, what is your reaction? Do you trust God even when you don’t understand?
There was a dark season in my life when it literally felt like an earthquake had occurred. Everything in my life seemed to be falling apart…my family, my finances, our church. And I asked God the simple question, “Why?” This book is the result of my own search for answers. In the end, God gave me illustrations that I will share with you and brought healing to my heart and my distorted view of Him. I was able to trust Him again, even though my circumstances had not changed.
I pray that God uses this short eBook to deeply impact you as well. I have included questions for reflection for you to go through individually or as a group.
“In this world you will have trouble. But take heart! I (Jesus) have overcome the world!” – John 16:33
One Reader’s Response:
“This book has Biblical answers to the ‘Why?’ we are hearing so much today after the shooting tragedy in Connecticut. Thank you, Shelley, for the timeliness and wisdom.” ~Barbara

Download This Book for Free

For anyone interested, you can download the book “Trusting God When Bad Things Happen” FREE this month.

Smashwords     https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/263666

100% Off Coupon Code: HB95F
Expires: January 1, 2013
This book is also available for $0.99 on Kindle
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The Next Big Thing?

Is Trees of the Book gonna be The Next Big Thing?

I have been tagged by Jan Cox  author of Tadeo Turtle.

Here are my answers to the questions:

What is the (working) title of your book?

The activity bookTrees of the Book – Learning from God’s Creation, will be coming out in the spring of 2013.

Where did the idea come from for the book?

As an avid walker, I have a love and appreciation for nature, especially walking through the woods.  I also like to read the Bible and found myself curious about the trees mentioned in scripture.  At the time I started my research I was actively involved in children’s ministry in my church so wanted to share what I learned in an entertaining format for the children. I produced one-sheets to fit into the weekly bulletins and featured one tree a week for seven weeks. I collected these together and added facts about each tree with fun activities. And voila, I had the beginnings of this book!

What genre does your book fall under?

Trees of the Book is written for children in grades two and three. It can also be used for teachers as a supplemental book to the Growth & Changes in Plants curriculum for Canadian teachers.

Which actors would you choose to play your characters in a movie rendition?

I could see such a book being narrated by someone from Veggie Tales, like Bob the Tomatoe, as the stories are brought to life through cartoon characters that would appeal to young children…maybe Larry the Cucumber.

What is the one-sentence synopsis of your book?

Take a tour of 7 different trees in the Bible and discover the stories God has to tell through them.

Will your book be self-published or represented by an agency?

Self-published. I am working with Diane from ByDesign Media to publish the book and Esther Haug to create the illustrations.

How long did it take you to write the first draft of your manuscript?

I started in 2008 and played with the manuscript over the years.

Who or What inspired you to write this book?

Peter Black, a Canadian author, had mentioned that he put together his book Parables from the Pond after sharing it with his church audience one story at a time.

What else about your book might pique the reader’s interest?

Each of the seven chapters includes a Bible story told from the viewpoint of the tree, fast facts to help identify the specific tree, and an activity to help reinforce the truth in the lesson. Challenging questions support each story. Glossary and “People of the Bible” sections at the back of the book define words highlighted in bold. Project suggestions are provided to supplement your learning.

And now I tag:

Eric Wright

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