Faces of Joseph is a story of a man born and raised in a preacher’s home, who sets his sights on finding his purpose in life. He weaves a life in the Christian Church as a Presbyterian... More > minister, where he finds partial fulfillment in social-political activism. In the sixties, Joseph involves himself in the civil rights movement in Selma, Alabama. In 1970 he unites with other ministers for an Intra-Faith spiritual quest which takes them to London, Geneva, Rome and Israel. In the 70s and later 80s the the author undergoes two dramatic changes in the desert of Arizona . In the first experience he chooses to walk away from Presbyterianism to Pentecostalism. The second experience follows several years later where Joseph discovers an inner world of the spirit that opens the door to new self-awareness. The book ends with an unusual chapter where Joseph meets two very special people in a dream. Here, Joseph stumbles on a fantastic discovery that will lighten as well as enlighten the heart of the reader.< Less
"Gentle River Flow" is a collection of writings, from the sublime to the seeming mundane. Essays on the subject of truth are juxtaposed with writings of an experience driving through a... More > desert storm, letters written to a friend on the subject of the origins of Christianity and brief articles written about the experience of star gazing. Further essays are about UFOs and on the experience of a past life regression. Additional subjects include writings on writers’ block, God-Talk, dreams, numerology, the human as a divine being, and stories about a stranger who reappears after a twenty year absence to help with a new aspect of a spiritual journey.
The finished book offers the word picture of a river. There are places where the eddies are quite rough, and there are quiet pools where the water flows ever so gently.
This is a book for casual reading and serious study containing many levels of awareness. "Gentle River Flow" is for the on-going spiritual journey and the expansion of human consciousness.< Less
The author presents a strong case for the power of the presence of divine love to awaken the human soul. Through a little known secret this book shows how the unconditional love of God is also the... More > most efficient method for spiritual development. The discovery of the teachings of Jesus about divine love exposes and dissolves many myths concerning the origin and destiny of man. The message in this book is the key which unlocks the mysteries of the past, and opens the door to the path that leads to the celestial heavens. If you have never heard of the Padgett messages you will be grateful for the compilation of a few of his writings in this book. The author offers an introduction to the writings of James E. Padgett which he did between 1914 and 1920.< Less
The basic premise of this little book is that truth may be covered and hid, but it cannot be destroyed. Truth "is". A story is written about the centurion who stood close by during the... More > crucifixion of Jesus, which illustrates this premise. The story of the centurion, who said, "I Thought I Killed Jesus", brings a new and fresh picture of what happened 2000 years ago. This book is offered as a contribution to uncovering what is hidden deep in the heart and mind of every human. Read this book and discover that the story of the centurion brings to light deep truths of your true Identity.< Less
What does a father do when his son asks him to tell a story? Over a period of several years the author tells his son a story about an imaginary place called The Magical Dream Forest. He creates two... More > friends for his son and calls them Ozo and Creedo. Together, the three boys enter a magical world. They acquire the ability to speak with the animals of the forest and their adventures broaden as they meet and become friends with characters such as two magnificent tigers, Big Bear and Mr. Grizzly, Majestic Eagle and two very rascally rabbits. A special character enters the stories when the boys meet TumbleDee, a little wizard who knows just about everything there is to know about the forest. Here are stories of pure fun, adventure, trouble, daring rescue and bravery. Tales of strength and courage are everywhere, heightened when each boy receives the message to “Be who you are”, suggesting a deep source within where adventure through play continues forever.< Less
Inspired by “A Course in Miracles”, Joseph Babinsky writes his first novel. We are introduced to Matthew, a very successful architect living in Tucson, Arizona. He is married to Amy and... More > the two become close friends with Heather, owner of the book store in Greer, a small town in the White Mountains of Arizona. One year after the untimely death of Amy, Matthew has an unusual dream which carries him and Heather on a spiritual adventure that changes their life. Who is the stranger that enters Heather’s shop and sets Heather in a new direction? Who is Dr. John Penfield? Is he more than a physician? Why does the subject of forgiveness play such an important part in A Course in Miracles? And why is forgiveness so prominent in the life of Heather's mother? These are but a few of the themes and questions introduced in “Matthew’s Choice”.< Less
This “Little Book of Truths – Eco Edition” contains excerpts from the teachings of Jesus and other Celestial spirits which they gave by means of spirit communications in the... More > writings of James Padgett between 1914 and 1920. They reveal that we have available to us the opportunity of experiencing a new birth of our souls through God's great love. The greatest truth of all is this: The transformation of the soul through the inflowing of God’s Great Love. “Little Book of Truths” shows how this is possible and the way that it is accomplished. The purpose of this book is to offer help to awaken our souls to the existence of Divine Love – what it is, and what it can do when permitted to enter our souls. The subtitle “Eco" in the special edition is simply indicates that this book is set at the lowest possible price in order to make it available for as many people as may desire to have a copy.< Less