Like a heart-to-heart talk over coffee, reading this joy-filled book encourages women to forget the lies and expectations the world feeds them, instead believing that God made them for a purpose and that He loves them right now and always. Holley takes readers on a journey of the heart to discover their strengths and embrace all that God created them to be.
Step into the imaginative realm of one of the oldest continuous cultures on Earth, the Kalahari Ju/'hoansi Bushmen. Translated by Beesa Boo, a Bushman, and interspersed with detailed commentary from Bradford and Hillary Keeney, this book presents the core teachings of the Kalahari Bushmen as told by the tribal elders themselves. Decades in the making, it constitutes the first comprehensive work on the world's oldest tradition of healing and spiritual experience.
In this companion to his biggest best-seller, Care of the Soul (1992), Moore focuses on spirituality and its many aspects. In personal anecdotes and thoughtful meditations, he explores spirituality not as a form of escape but as a way to appreciate the moral complexity of human life. An important theme throughout is suffering.