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Pistis Sophia: The Gnostic Tradition of Mary Magdelene, Jesus and His Disciples By G.R.S. Mead
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The Pistis Sophia is an extremely important Gnostic text, dating back to the early 2nd Century. The text claims that after His resurection, Christ remained on Earth for another eleven years, teaching... More > His Disciples up to the first level of the Mystery. In Gnostic teachings, the Sophia is the female aspect of God, and Christ is the male aspect of Divinity. The title "Pistis Sophia" translates to the "faith of Sophia".< Less
Those Jealous Creatures By C J Neill
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This work is based on the author's eleven-plus years of research into the lives of certain dedicated females who were disciples of Jesus Christ. They traveled with many other women, as well as with... More > the traitor, Judas, and other male disciples. This community of stalwart women not only supported Jesus' ministry morally & financially but, unlike certain of His other disciples, they stood with Him all throughout His final moments on earth, steadfastly witnessing His Murder, Resurrection and Glorious Ascension. It is now time that their brave story be made known to the rest of the world.< Less
Daughters of Jerusalem By Paul De Marco
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When we think of brave women in history who challenged the paradigm of their day to bring about change, we may think of suffragettes like Emmeline Pankhurst and Millicent Fawcett or nurses of the... More > Crimean war like Mary Seacole. But if we go back a further 1900 years, there was a band of women that history has forgotten, women who gave up their lives and their possessions and in some cases even their sons to support Jesus and his disciples. Living in a society that discriminated against women, they had to rise above bigotry each and every day in order to do this. Although forgotten, Mary Magdalene and the other Daughters of Jerusalem were the glue that held the mesh of this movement together. Jesus had cured them of disease and in gratitude they showed a loyalty beyond that of the apostles and they bravely walked behind Jesus to Calvary. They were the first witnesses of the resurrection and their story did not end there because they went on to evangelise in foreign lands themselves. This is their story.< Less
Under the Banner of Love By Robin Jones
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This research presents the evidence that Mary Magdalene was the ‘Beloved Disciple’ whose identity is revealed at the foot of the cross. For almost 2,000 years the incorrect naming of the... More > Fourth Gospel as ‘The Gospel According to John’ has misled its readers. It would be more correct to say ‘The Gospel According to John if you believe Irenaeus.’ Just as Church Fathers wanted a line of apostolic bishops linked to Peter and Paul, so they wanted the gospels attributed to people who were accepted by the Church. The Fourth Gospel shows that God views the qualifications for a Beloved Disciple differently to the traditional requirements of men. “But as many as received Him, to them He gave the right to become children of God, to those who believe in His name: who were born, not of blood, nor of the will of the flesh, nor of the will of man, but of God” (John 1:12-13). The Fourth Gospel has much to reveal to those willing to search it out.< Less
My Command to You By Jana Tether
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A layered drama piece depicting the Last Supper of Jesus with His Disciples; interwoven between two contemporary scenes between a business man and employee, and a mother and daughter. * Maundy... More > Thursday * Faith SCRIPT * Approx. 10 minutes long * 9 characters (could be more; male & female)< Less
Invisible Voices Spiritual Lifestyle Vol.1 SERVE AND MENTOR By Lawander Harris
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This book is one of many small prayer lifestyle guide books from the I.V. C. (Invisible Voices Calling) “Breakout Sessions.” It is meant to be read and implemented by those women that are... More > interested in a successful life, namely one of prayer servitude. I hope you will read the series of books and allow yourself to catch on fire with prayer, God’s love for people and service.< Less
Tales from the Pocono Ashram By Mary Khazak Grant
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A yoga camp in the Pocono Mountains during the 1970s is the setting for this collection of short stories. The disciples of the very charismatic female guru Lakshmy Devi provide inspiration for these... More > tales.< Less
Crystal Whisperer (Spotless series book 3) By Camilla Monk
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Sweet Jesus, this is it! Or maybe not. Perpetually foiled romance heroine Island Chaptal and reformed cleaning expert March —or is it Mr. November?— are enjoying a pleasant break in... More > South-Africa, after brushing death in the inhospitable and platypus-infested mountains of Liechtenstein... That is, until a commercial flight disintegrates over the Atlantic, killing hundreds, and Island's supervillain dad makes the news as the mastermind behind the attack. Old Lion Dries is now on the run, and he calls upon his last ally —and favorite disciple— March. From the streets of Venice to the turquoise waters of French Polynesia, March and Island embark on a deadly race against the clock to find out what secrets lie behind Dries’s downfall, and stop the mysterious “Crystal Whisperer” before it’s too late. This time, though, there might just be no winning against futuristic weapons, CIA agents, Roomba cats, (reluctantly) evil henchmen, and dads who won’t let you get your groove on, dammit!< Less
The Twelve Women of the Chalice By Leddy Hammock
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The idea of the number twelve as a symbol of spiritual fulfillment is as old as time. In the dawn of the New Thought movement in America, Mrs. Emma Curtis Hopkins, called the "Teacher of... More > Teachers," spoke of the twelve jewels of High Mysticism. Among her students, Mrs. Annie Rix Militz wrote of the twelve disciples as representing twelve spiritual faculties, and Charles Fillmore (Cofounder of the Unity Movement), wrote of the Twelve Powers of Man, likening the twelve disciples of Jesus Christ to twelve spiritual powers of humanity. In a movement of religious thought wherein women have always served and shone as co-equal partners in spirituality and in ministry with men, the time has arrived to acknowledge that there are also female representatives of the twelve powers of humanity to be found in the Bible, the basic Unity text.< Less
The Twelve Women of the Chalice By Leddy Hammock
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The idea of the number twelve as a symbol of spiritual fulfillment is as old as time. In the dawn of the New Thought movement in America, Mrs. Emma Curtis Hopkins, called the "Teacher of... More > Teachers," spoke of the twelve jewels of High Mysticism. Among her students, Mrs. Annie Rix Militz wrote of the twelve disciples as representing twelve spiritual faculties, and Charles Fillmore (Cofounder of the Unity Movement), wrote of the Twelve Powers of Man, likening the twelve disciples of Jesus Christ to twelve spiritual powers of humanity. In a movement of religious thought wherein women have always served and shone as co-equal partners in spirituality and in ministry with men, the time has arrived to acknowledge that there are also female representatives of the twelve powers of humanity to be found in the Bible, the basic Unity text.< Less