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"We have, according to our beliefs, 5 essential parts: body, soul, spirit, heart, and mind which all have to be satisfied equally. When you are in balance you are walking on the right road, following the right path of life. - Author
Why spirituality in palliative care -- Guidelines/preferred practices for spiritual care -- Spirituality : defining the concept -- Background -- Professional guideline standards for spiritual care -- Spiritual care models -- Spiritual history taking and assessment of patients and families -- The sp…
Writing out of the pain of his wife's fight for her life but also the wonder of watching the prayer movement they founded touch many lives, Pete Greig wrestles with the dark side of prayer and emerges withe a hard-won message of hope, comfort and profound biblical insight for all who suffer in sile…
v.1: Meditation-based clinical interventions ; v.2: Possible biological substrates of meditation ; v.3: Clinical research I : meditation and mental health ; v.4: Clinical research II : meditation and physical health (includes additional presentation and questions and answers content) ; v.5: In…
Presents three years of correspondence between theology professor Gregory Boyd and his seventy-year-old father, Edward, in which they debate issues of Christianity. Gregory thoughtfully responds to questions asked by both believers, and non-believers.
Two CD's encase in small book (56 p.) ; Disc 1: Messages ; Disc 2: Music