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All Riled Up: A Story of Wreckage, Restoration & Rebirth Ted L Carroll
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Size: 5.5" x 8.5"
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781682731475
Higginbotham, after a near fatal, debilitating car wreck, regains consciousness after an extended coma and is now catapulted back into the stream of life. Here, Riley Higginbotham is joined by Ted L Carroll (author of The Weathering of Strawberry Ben, The Strawberry Ben Spiritual Workbook, and Illegal Jesus) to co-author this work, Higginbotham’s writing debut. All Riled Up, although fiction, is the parallel story of mid-thirties Rave, his fiancée Annie, Brode (Rave’s best friend), Kade (Rave’s son), Milly (Annie’s mother and Rave’s very own ‘Mrs. Robinson’-esque obsession). Between Rave’s near-death experience, Brode’s relentless friendship (despite his severe alcoh ...
The Strawberry Ben Spiritual Workbook: CoCreating Everyday Eternal Living Ted L Carroll
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Size: 5.5" x 8.5"
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781633188860
"The Strawberry Ben Spiritual Workbook: Co-Creating Everyday Eternal Living,"is a tool for practice and application of spirituality, and in that way, for “achieving” spiritual growth. It offers specific insights. The book's "Part II, The Workbook," is an interactive guide - with excerpts and questions from my first novel, "The Weathering of Strawberry Ben." Pointedly, "Part I, Co-Creating Everyday Eternal Living," is an introductory summary of theoretical, psychological, and philosophical views concerning the holistically healthful pragmatics of applied spiritual principles. In addition, Part I serves as a brief theory of the human need for a dynamic, working, RELATIONAL SPIRITUALITY. St ...
The Weathering of Strawberry Ben Ted L Carroll
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Size: 5.5" x 8.5"
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781633186095
"The Weathering of Strawberry Ben" is a journey of bereavement from demonic dependencies to choking desperation and from helpless sadness to despairing soul-thievery. The story also expresses one's abrupt awakening to a seemingly strange new life of unconditional love and radical forgiveness. Paradoxical circumstances leave one, unashamedly, wanting more. Would Strawberry Ben kill himself?