The Flexible Vegetarian: A Cookbook

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BalboaPress, Oct 26, 2012 - Cooking - 80 pages

This true story began eleven years before Ann Paulson was ready to share the startling experiences that occurred over the next year and left her flabbergasted. Considering herself an "ordinary" Christian, she always believed there must be a heaven, but she never gave much thought to the idea that she had lived before. Then she began a very personal friendship with Jeshua, who the world knows a Jesus. Jeshua used Ann Paulson's past lives to show her how God's love accepts us as we are and flows through the ages in events and people, no matter who they are.
The author found the things she was learning difficult, but she became curious enough to keep listening and do her own research. She shares her exciting discoveries about our changing times and the "school" we each attend when we are born to this life. Stepping Stones for the Heart is a comfortable reminder that God's love is available to us whether we believe it or not, and that Jeshua and wise angels are always with us to help us along the way.
Ann Paulson's obedience to some insistent angels gives all of us the chance to learn more about why we are here and how we can do the most with our lives.


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Women Like Us Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to encouraging, empowering, and engaging women and girls to make a difference globally and locally. The organization is based on the book, Women Like Us: Real Stories and Strategies for Living Your Best Life by Linda Rendleman. As a result of the success of this book Linda and Dr. Sally Brown Bassett teamed up to create an inspirational tea and speaker series to expand on the theme of the common threads which run through women’s lives. The Women Like Us Foundation was created to inspire and empower women and under-served girls to make a difference globally and locally.

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