EMPOWERED YOUTH A FATHER AND SONS JOURNEY TO CONSCIOUS LIVING

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Empowered Youth

Author : Michael Eisen
ISBN : 9781401939403
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Empowered YOUth: A Father and SonOCOs Journey to Conscious Living is the heartfelt story of Michael and Jeffrey Eisen who rose up from a tumultuous, emotional past to come together in a loving, respectful relationship as father and son; coach and student. Through this engaging narrative they help deconstruct the paradigms and beliefs that contribute to anxiety, stress and unrest within the family unit. They provide a refreshing perspective on how parents and kids can work together to empower and support one another by opening the channels of communication, dissolving fear and surrendering the need for control. With a perfect balance of amoving stories, applied learning, and practical wisdom, Empowered YOUth offers guidance and insights for parents, young people and educators. While adults will instantly relate to JeffreyOCOs struggle to connect with his children, provide for his family, and listen to his own heartOCOs desire, young people will love MichaelOCOs honest and emotional examination of an angst-filled childhood laden with stress, sadness, isolation, and self-inflicted pressure. Through this story of a relationship broken apart and put back together, Jeffrey and Michael provide inspiration for those looking to empower the next generation in a more loving, open and intuitive way. Empowered YOUth will leave readers feeling hopeful, passionate and optimistic."
Category: Family & Relationships

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Author : Faith Freed
ISBN : 9781401939885
Genre : Self-Help
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This book serves as a home base, a shortcut, and a jumping-off place for readers who find spiritual sustenance by going their own way.
Category: Self-Help

The Conscious Parent

Author : Shefali Tsabary
ISBN : 1473619386
Genre : Parenting
File Size : 28.94 MB
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Conscious parenting is about becoming mindful of your behaviour and engaging with your child as an individual. Dr Tsabary inspires parents to get back in touch with their emotions and shed the layers of baggage they have inherited during their own life and are unconsciously heaping on their children. As they become 'conscious' in their parenting, so parents can transform their relationship with their offspring and raise happy, well-adjusted children. The Conscious Parent is already transforming the way people are parenting through its sales in the US where it's spent 15 weeks on the New York Times bestseller list. Oprah described the book as 'The most profound book on parenting I've ever read' and Eckhart Tolle has said 'becoming a conscious parent is the greatest gift you can give your child.' The book features a foreword by His Holiness The Dalai Lama.
Category: Parenting

Sticky Faith

Author : Kara E. Powell
ISBN : 9780310591863
Genre : Religion
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Most parents would give anything to anchor their children with a vibrant faith that “sticks” and continues to mature long-term. Yet despite this deep desire, research indicates that approximately 40-50% of high school seniors drift from their faith after graduation. In response to this problem, the Fuller Youth Institute (FYI) has launched the College Transition Project, a national longitudinal study following 400 high school seniors during their first three years in college. This provocative and needed research is geared to spark a movement that empowers parents, churches, leaders, and adults of all ages to develop robust and long-term faith in kids.
Category: Religion

Empower Our Children

Author : Jason Nelson
ISBN : 0984828591
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Empower Our Children: God's Call to Parents shows you how to understand and heal your inner child, your family and the children in your life. Beyond a parenting guide, this book is for teachers, caretakers and anyone seeking personal transformation and the answers to live a more purposeful life. The practical exercises and soul-based concepts within Empower Our Children help readers to increase self-love, acceptance, confidence and peace. Topics addressed include healing the inner child, soul-based discipline and education, clear communication, limiting beliefs and emotional blocks, nurturing spirituality and passion, the mother-child bond, feeling safe with change, a deeper relationship with God, and intuitive decision-making. By placing attention on the individual and the spiritual growth process, Empower Our Children assists adults in "getting real" with the internal and external realms of spirituality so they can be healed. Jason Nelson is a defining voice of soul-based living. For over a decade, he has helped thousands of people through his international programs connect more deeply with their soul to heal, channel, intuit and manifest their life purpose. His books, including Age of the Soul and Empower Our Children, bring you a direct experience with God, whereby the simple act of reading them helps you to notice the spiritual forces in your life even more. "The close relationships I've had with children have shown me that they see the world with unconditional love. Children are an abundant source of joy and inspiration that activates our own inner child and soul. My soul was activated on my twenty-fifth birthday. God's presence filled me and words that weren't mine poured onto the pages of my journal, revealing universal lessons and my life purpose. This book was written using the same process of divine communication, offering readers spiritual solutions that inspire conscious parenting, empowering children and healing our own inner child." Jason Nelson
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Shaping The Journey Of Emerging Adults

Author : Richard R. Dunn
ISBN : 9780830869756
Genre : Religion
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Between adolescence and adulthood is a new stage of life: emerging adulthood. Those in their twenties and early thirties find themselves in transition. This "provisional adulthood" is a time of identity exploration and instability in which one's vocation, purpose, relationships and spirituality are all being renegotiated. Many emerging adults lose sight of God and experience significant confusion and brokenness. Others unexpectedly reconnect with the Christian faith and seek deeper discipleship, yet lack helpful mentoring and direction. Veteran disciplemakers Rick Dunn and Jana Sundene offer concrete guidance for those who shepherd and care for emerging adults. Some traditional models of disciplemaking focus on a set curriculum to be transferred from the discipler to the disciplee. Dunn and Sundene instead emphasize relational rhythms of discernment, intentionality and reflection to meet emerging adults where they are at and then to walk with them further into the Christlife. Whether you're an older adult ministering to the next generation or a younger adult with a heart for your peers, this book is an accessible, hopeful guide for effective ministry to emerging adults.
Category: Religion

Rose S Foal

Author : Scarlett Lewis
ISBN : 1419634658
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
File Size : 35.9 MB
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Rose's Foal is written by Scarlett Lewis and illustrated with her photographs taken as the story unfolds. The book is a warmhearted story about Rose, a gentle and wise draft horse living on a farm in Connecticut, and her newborn foal. Her new son, Little Chief, is curious about the world around him and well-protected by his watchful and loving mother. This book shares their timeless story, and the thoughtful lessons of love and happiness that Rose imparts to Little Chief as he grows and explores his new world.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Nurturing Healing Love

Author : Scarlett Lewis
ISBN : 1401945864
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The mother of one of the children killed in the Newtown massacre discusses how the tragedy led her to a path of promoting peace and forgiveness, and counsels readers on how to deal with the unimaginable in their own lives.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

A Guide For Spiritual Living

Author : Kelly R. Jackson
ISBN : 1450285031
Genre : Religion
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Taken from his weekly email “KJ’s Weekly Message”, A Guide For Spiritual Living is the fourth book from Kelly R. Jackson, author of Temporarily Disconnected and Peace In My Mind. Through his own personal journey, this author looks to uplift his readers, share his experiences and inspire those who read his words to walk in the way of God. A Guide For Spiritual Living is a personal spiritual blueprint on how this author is attempting to become connected to God on a higher level through a deeper understanding of His Word. Both uplifting and powerful, A Guide For Spiritual Living gives Christians a more practical look at Christianity today. Taking the best of almost two years worth of emails, Kelly R. Jackson looks to give those young and old a way to apply the Word of God to everyday situations they may face in their lives. A Guide For Spiritual Living also includes other writings that are both insightful and inspiring, including “It’ll be alright...” and “I thought you were a Christian...”. By showing how he’s attempting day by day to apply The Word to his life, this author hopes to give you insight on how you can apply The Word to your life as well. For those in need of Christian motivation and encouragement, A Guide For Spiritual Living is a must read.
Category: Religion

Joining Children On The Spiritual Journey

Author : Catherine Stonehouse
ISBN : 9781585583119
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Understanding how a child's faith forms is crucial to knowing how adults can most significantly enhance the child's spiritual development. This book provides parents, teachers, and Christian education leaders with valuable insights into spiritual formation during childhood. With a biblical perspective as a starting point and a recognition of the crucial role of both the family and the faith community, Stonehouse reviews important contributions from noted child development experts Erik Erikson, Jean Piaget, Lawrence Kohlberg, and James Fowler. This overview gives insight into the processes of psychosocial, cognitive, and moral development in children and adolescents. Stonehouse concludes with solid guidelines for designing children's ministries. By carefully "setting the stage" through liturgy, sacred stories, and parables, Christian educators can help children meet with God. Quiet times of "godly play," carefully adapted to the age level of the child, enable adults to join with children on the journey toward deeper intimacy with God.
Category: Family & Relationships