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Opening the Windows of Your Soul

Opening the Windows of Your Soul

$22.95eBook: $9.99

Have we forgotten how to pray? Have we forgotten the purpose of prayer?
There is a huge need to rediscover prayer—to rediscover the genius of the greatest template ever presented to mankind: the Lord’s Prayer. Why? Because Jesus is the ultimate teacher, who brings us back to the basics and coaches us in praying the Lord’s will—not ours.
This book will encourage the reader to confidently pray God’s will, not theirs. Meditating on the Lord’s Prayer will lead the reader from a frustrating exercise in wish fulfillment to faith in the Lord’s sovereignty that God does what is best. Prayer as a means to instant gratification or a pleading for a cause will yield to prayer as an expression of partnership with the Lord, providing a calm sense of spiritual security. Those who pray will be secure in the knowledge that the Lord’s will is being done.

James Cantelon’s reaffirming of the power of the Lord’s Prayer is informed by more than fifty years of Christian ministry, researching the scriptures, and ministering to the needy and spiritually insecure. His perspective is informed by four decades of praying with various and foreign cultures (Israel, many African nations, and India).

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Cantelon’s Casual Commentary

Cantelon’s Casual Commentary

$24.86eBook: $9.99

Not only is the Holy Bible publishing’s all-time best seller, but Jesus continues to be the most famous and written-about character in history. The interest in Jesus always eclipses cultural, religious, and generational factors. He has universal and timeless appeal.
Cantelon’s Casual Commentary takes a 21st Century look at Jesus and the early history of the Church that sprang from his life and ministry. Its focus is the first five books of the New Testament: Matthew, Mark, Luke, John, and the Acts of the Apostles.

Jesus’ unique teaching method using everyday illustrations known as parables, in combination with his radical lifestyle, high regard for the poor and socially outcast, and amazing ability to heal the sick, are all presented in Cantelon’s Casual Commentary with refreshing insight and candor. The combination of rigorous research and personal Holy Land experience gives the book a fascinating and unique appeal.

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Sex is the Easy Part

Sex is the Easy Part

$18.99eBook: $9.99

This book is a kind of coaching manual on how to love a woman for life. Cantelon, a veteran pastor, broadcaster, and author draws from years of interaction and counselling with scores of couples, both married and about to be married, divorced or divorcing, and recently bereaved. He reflects on some of the most common components of relational stress that contribute to the fracturing of families and marriage. The book is not a trouble shooting exercise, however, but a positive coaching manual focused on the husband’s role and responsibilities in caring for and loving his wife for a happy and successful marriage. He is aware that even though his target audience is men many of those who purchase and read the book will be women. Thus much of his work has a general appeal to both husbands and wives. His motivation is to help stem the tide of divorce which has reached an almost 50% level in western culture. He believes that everyone, regardless of religion or ideology, is looking for a loving relationship that lasts. In that spirit “Sex is the Easy Part” looks to provide hope for those seeking sustainable love.

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The Boy Who Sang for the Angels

The Boy Who Sang for the Angels

$12.95eBook: $9.99

The Boy Who Sang for the Angels is an exciting story told using a setting of Europe during the mid-18th century. Jim paints a moving portrait of life during that period that resonates with the local color, music, cathedrals and customs of the time. The main story highlights a touching and most compelling account of the plight that many orphaned children faced during that period in history. Merging a delicate blend of the harshness and yet unexpected blessings of life for the main characters, he weaves a magical plot that is simply irresistible. The book contains 9 full-colour and beautifully illustrated drawings on high-gloss paper. It is recommended for ages 7-12 years, though, it will be read by "children" of all ages because of its universal appeal. Sure to become a Christmas classic, this is a book every child will benefit from and enjoy.

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