The author understands the struggle people have when they stumble and wonder if God will ever approve of them again. Having gone through an abortion as a teenager, Lola struggled with guilt and condemnation and hoped for the day she would get God approval again. Little did she know that the price paid for her sin included her freedom from guilt and condemnation. In this book, you will find out about the father’s heart, the provision he has made, and the joy of knowing that you can trace back your steps into his purpose for your life. He has not changed his mind about you. He never did. He never will.
In her first book, Ifeoma cuts to the heart of the matter with her witty, straight-forward, scriptural and relatable take on life and love as a Christian single. In the pages of this inspiring book, the author answers nagging questions that single Christians are sometimes too shy to ask but are very eager to know about singleness, sex and marriage. Questions like: • Is it scriptural for a Christian lady to propose to a guy she finds attractive or is sure is her God-ordained spouse? • Is it compulsory for a Christian to be married to fulfil his/her purpose? • When is the right time to get married? • How do I overcome the temptation to be anxious because I’m still single at my age? • Am I still single because God doesn’t love me? • Why do I still have all these sexual urges even though I’m saved and single? • What’s the big deal about having sex before I’m married? • How will I know the right person to marry? • Is there any difference between dating and courtship and does that even matter? • How do I overcome couple envy? and much more. Each chapter takes the reader on a journey of understanding the wisdom in trusting God even when the hope of marriage has been deferred. They also equip the Christian single with practical insights on how to relish this season of their lives as they prepare for what they hope will be their next.
What does the Biblical story of Nathan and David say about effective communication skills? How do you identify the Raja Bhoj, the Gangu Teli and the Shekchilli in your office? What is the corporate equivalent of an Ashwamedha yajna? Drawing from sources as diverse as the Mahabharata and the Bible, the Vikram-Betal stories, the Iliad and the Odyssey, Islamic tenets, the tales of rishis and kings, and fables from around the world, Devdutt Pattanaik, India’s leading mythologist, provides a fascinating account of what leadership entails. How to choose the right leader, effectively communicate with a boss, maintain the right balance between discipline and leniency? In these and other workplace situations, Pattanaik shows what leaders of today can learn about the art of leadership from stories written thousands of years ago, things no management course can teach. Leader: 50 Insights from Mythology uses myths and legends to arrive at wisdom that is both time-worn and refreshingly new, on what makes a good leader.
Dr. Jane Goodall’s revolutionary study of chimpanzees in Tanzania’s Gombe preserve forever altered the very, definition of humanity. Now, in a poignant and insightful memoir, Jane Goodall explores her extraordinary life and personal spiritual odyssey, with observations as profound as the knowledge she has brought back from the forest.