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  1. Healing cancer requires knowledge of alternative treatments. Here it is.
  2. Channeled messages from mother Earth by Pamela Kribbe
  3. Honest and spiritually profound account of depression and psychosis
  4. Loving guide for lightworkers seeking to awaken the Christ Within.
  5. Finding out that the man you call ‘Dad’ is not your biological father from a consumer DNA test can have a devastating impact. Now there is a story guide for people who make this discovery, their loved ones, and genealogists who uncover them.
  6. There is a way out of grief. It will take time, but the pain will lessen, and your heart will heal. You will survive, and this book shows you how.
  7. Mary Magdalene was regarded as "the forbidden female" in the Christian tradition: wild, free and sinful. This book contains a dialogue with and messages from Mary Magdalene, channeled by Pamela Kribbe (PhD). It is about male and female energy, relationships, sexuality and healing.
  8. This book is a unique approach to boundary setting for professionals in healthcare and counseling. It includes examples of problematic behavior that helps the professional avoid and maintain ethical boundaries in the relationship.
  9. Two girls born on the same day in the same place with dramatically different lives. A comparison tale of the torture of having a narcissistic mother and enabler father versus the validation and support that comes from nurturing parents.
  10. I wrote this book to help others like me who are on a journey of grief. I consider it a handy “companion” to use along the way. If you have experienced a tragic loss, or know someone else that has, the road of grief doesn’t have to be walked alone.
  1. The rousing, illustrated story of the Birchmere music hall by founder and operator Gary Oelze with music writer Stephen Moore. Performers, staff, journalists, and patrons share their stories of bluegrass, folk, blues, jazz, r&b, and more.
  2. There is finally an answer to why the unchangeable Catholic Church changed so drastically in the 1960s, and who engineered those changes. That answer will destroy every preconceived notion regarding religious freedom as an unalienable right, what the Catholic Church really teaches and the true meaning of biblical prophecy for the latter days.
  3. Back when ships were wood with sails powered by wind, men were tough as iron. They sailed following the stars, ate dried food, lived spartan lives and endured rough seas. This is one man's adventures living in that world and more.
  4. There is a way out of grief. It will take time, but the pain will lessen, and your heart will heal. You will survive, and this book shows you how.
  5. Remembrance is A Caldwell Parish memoir of the life of Creston Curtis Dunn, who lived in three centuries and in the second and third Millennium. Mr. Dunn was one of the most influential and interesting individuals in the history of the Parish.
  6. I wrote this book to help others like me who are on a journey of grief. I consider it a handy “companion” to use along the way. If you have experienced a tragic loss, or know someone else that has, the road of grief doesn’t have to be walked alone.
  7. A new paradigm for belief in God based on His reason for creating the universe. It has been developed from the integration of Bible text, insights from the Holy Spirit, and what has been learned from science. The result is "The Theory of Everything".
  8. Channeled messages from mother Earth by Pamela Kribbe
  9. Honest and spiritually profound account of depression and psychosis
  10. Two girls born on the same day in the same place with dramatically different lives. A comparison tale of the torture of having a narcissistic mother and enabler father versus the validation and support that comes from nurturing parents.

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