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A Friend in God By Tom Noe
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Friendships can be spiritually powerful as well as personally uplifting. In fact, good friendships can deepen your love for God. Aelred, a monk of Rievaulx, knows from experience what good Christian... More > friendships are, and teaches you how to build them and how to avoid common mistakes. For years, Aelred made friendship an essential part of his Christian life. When he looked at the results, he found that the fruit was very good. In this book he distills what he learned about his own experience of friendship. He also draws from three great sources of wisdom: Holy Scripture, the Church Fathers (especially Saint Augustine) and the classical Roman author Cicero. In this new translation, Aelred’s words and experiences come alive. Aelred (1109-1167) was an abbot of the Cistercian monks at Rievaulx Monastery in Yorkshire, England. Translator Tom Noe is an author and editor in South Bend, IN.< Less
Into the Lions' Den By Tom Noe
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The exciting true story of the unstoppable power of the Holy Spirit behind the Iron Curtain! In 1976 Andrew Plodowski, an Indiana lawyer, heard God calling him to return to his native Poland to... More > minister. He was 60. Most people would have been thinking about retirement. This book details 12 years of incredible stories of miracles, healings, divine inspiration and guidance. In circumstances of economic ruin and political revolution, where atheism was the official cult and poverty and repression the daily norm, the Spirit of God was at work! The Polish people called Andrew their "apostle of the charismatic renewal." The movement was new to Poland when he arrived, and it grew rapidly. In 1994 a nationwide gathering of the Polish charismatic renewal drew over 200,000 people! This is the story of a ministry blessed by God.< Less
Lao Tzu's Tao Te Ching: The Way By Tom Noe
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This version of the Tao Te Ching is not a translation, but my personal attempt to come to terms with this classic of religion and literature. Here is the text alone, without history and without... More > comment. Much of what Lao Tzu says is addressed to people of power, but all of us, powerful or not, can learn from him or, rather, he can help us to unlearn what we think we know. I have loved this book for many years, because it has challenged me, as a Christian, to think in new ways about God’s presence in the world as the abiding Holy Spirit. Lao Tzu wasn’t thinking about the Holy Spirit when he produced this masterpiece, but God has always been here in the world for all to see, and I think Lao Tzu saw him. In Christ, God humbled himself to become a human being, and this counter-intuitive way—a profound humility at the center of human life—wouldn’t seem strange at all to Lao Tzu. I can almost hear him now: “Be quiet! Just let them read it!"< Less

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