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Gift Of The Red Bird

Author: Paula D'Arcy
Publisher: Crossroad 8 Avenue
ISBN: 9780824519568
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When Paula D'Arcy lost her husband and baby in a car crash, she began an inner search for a faith that was stronger than fear. In Gift of the Red Bird she shares her remarkable spiritual adventure.

Following The Red Bird

Author: Kate Rademacher
Publisher: Light Messages Publishing
ISBN: 1611532221
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In Following the Red Bird, Kate Rademacher describes how she came to embrace a relationship with God after maintaining a pick-and-choose approach to spirituality for many years. Raised in a staunchly secular, liberal community, Christianity was never a path she had seriously considered. Married to a devout Buddhist, Rademacher was sitting on a cushion at her husband’s meditation center one day when Jesus appeared unexpectedly in her consciousness and called her to follow him. She was baptized a year later to the day. Part memoir and part meditation on Christian teachings, Following the Red Bird: First Steps into a Life of Faith explores not only the why of Christianity, but also the how. How do we learn to listen for God’s voice? How do we apply Christian teachings to everyday life? How do we develop and sustain a relationship with Jesus? The image from the book’s title becomes a metaphor for the ways Rademacher slowly discovers answers to these questions as she stumbles into a new life in the church. Both the searcher and the long-time believer will benefit from her experience and insight.

A New Set Of Eyes

Author: Paula D'Arcy
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780824525736
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After twenty-five years of searching for answers to her husband's and daughter's tragic deaths, a woman shares her insights into the true nature of God's intentions.

The Red Bird

Author: Astrid Lindgren
Publisher: Arthur a Levine
ISBN: 9780439627962
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Anna and Matthew, two poor siblings who have known only hunger, cold, and hard labor since their mother died, follow a bright red bird to a land of happiness.

Miracles In Red

Author: Cathy and Walter Hopper
Publisher: WestBow Press
ISBN: 1449774865
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March 2015 here's an update on Clarence, and Fannie, as in the past years, they are hurrying to have their first batch of baby cardinals just in time for Easter Sunday. We will be sure and post a photo of the them as an soon as we can! We have many more different type of birds that have joined our bird family over the past two years. We are currently working on a children’s photo book of all the birds. Our grandchildren enjoy the many beautiful photos we’ve taken of them over the years and we want to share them with many more children and adults as well. We look forward to hearing from you and how God has blessed you with miracles in your lives. My health still amazes our cardiologist to this day and we are still giving God the glory for my healing.

Daybreaks

Author: Paula D'Arcy
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780764816390
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Paula D'Arcy is a grief counselor and in this issue of Daybreaks she shows us how to truly approach this holiday season from the heart. She also describes what we can bring to Advent and Christmas to make them a more gratifying experience for ourselves and others. Each reflection--enhanced with full-color artwork--takes only a few moments but can help you enjoy the season in ways that will have a lasting impact all year long. Booklet View sample pages.

Northern Cardinal

Author: Gary Ritchison
Publisher: Stackpole Books
ISBN: 9780811731003
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"Packed with information, the writing is clear and direct and accessible to bird watchers at every level." - -Eirik Blom, Birdwatcher's Digest

Sacred Threshold

Author: Paula D'Arcy
Publisher: Crossroad 8 Avenue
ISBN: 9780824524654
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A former therapist takes a journey into the world of love through the stories of Morrie, of Tuesdays with Morrie fame; Julie, who was incarcerated following a devasting accident; and Scott, who needed a therapist who would spend hours walking with him. Original.

Sacred Darkness

Author: Paul Coutinho
Publisher: Loyola Press
ISBN: 0829436596
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Before there was light, God was. In fact, darkness is the medium God worked in to create the world, the universe, and all material things. Certainly, God lives in the warmth of sunlight and within our happiest days--but God also dwells in darkness. In Sacred Darkness, Paul Coutinho, SJ, examines how many Christians are fearful of dark times and struggles, yet it is often darkness that sheds light on our world and helps us live more effectively and more fully in the painful situations of our lives. Throughout the book, Coutinho shares powerful stories of how darkness can empower us--from a self-destructive alcoholic, to St. Ignatius, to the author himself. Ultimately, Sacred Darkness encourages us to overcome our "fear" or the dark by exploring the legitimate role of darkness on the spiritual journey. By learning to embrace darkness rather than run from it, we can experience God's love in ways and in places where we would least expect it.

Streams Of Contentment

Author: Robert J. Wicks
Publisher: Ave Maria Press
ISBN: 1933495464
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In his most intimate self-portrait, Robert J. Wicks--bestselling author of Riding the Dragon and respected spiritual guide, therapist, and speaker--reflects on childhood summers spent away from New York on his family's farm. He mines those memories for lessons in finding contentment amidst hectic contemporary life. Author, speaker, psychologist, and spiritual guide Robert J. Wicks opens a window into his personal life, relating stories of the people and places that shaped his spiritual perspective in youth and early in his professional career. Now in paperback, Streams of Contentment shows Wicks as a New York City boy spending summers on his uncle's farm in the Catskills. He highlights the resonance between life in the country and the insights of spiritual writers on gratefulness and mindfulness, concluding: "The crucial calling for me now is to be content with who and where I already am."