Hymn Art Prints by Little Things Studio
Featuring some of Kate's most beloved hymns.
Dimensions: 8.0 x 10.0 inches
Shipping Weight: 1.8 ounces
This applies to any and all prints! Mix and Match 4 or more and a 15% discount will automatically be applied in your cart.
ABOUT THE CREATOR
Little Things Studio brings beauty and truth to the special spaces in your life through art prints, calendars, cards, and bookmarks. Mississippi-born and Nashville-based artist Kate Whitley weaves word and image with lush floral designs, vibrant and vintage color schemes and lovely hand-lettering of hymns, songs, and quotes.
Alabaster Guided Meditations edited by Brian Chung and Bryan Ye-Chung
Come and experience the Scriptures in a fresh and life-giving way.
In collaboration between Alabaster Co. and IVP, the volumes in the Alabaster Guided Meditations offer the full text of a biblical book in the New Living Translation, presented alongside beautiful full-color photographs that invite the reader into deeper reflection. The Scripture passages and photography are interspersed with guided meditations, incorporating the church’s ancient Lectio Divina and Visio Divina tradition, written by experienced Bible teachers.
With careful use of space and legible typefaces, these thoughtfully designed volumes allow for deep exploration between text and images.
Softcover: 128 pages
Dimensions: 8x10 inches
Shipping Weight: 1 lb
ABOUT THE EDITORS
Brian Chung is the co-founder and business director of Alabaster Co. An entrepreneur, designer, and speaker, Brian has appeared on The Washington Post, Forbes, and The New Yorker.
Bryan Ye-Chung is an artist, designer, and entrepreneur. He is the co-founder and creative director of Alabaster Co., and has been featured in the Washington Post, the New Yorker, and Vox.
Faith with a Twist: A 30-Day Journey into Christian Yoga by Hillary D. Raining and Amy Nobles Dolan
Faith with a Twist: A 30-Day Journey into Christian Yoga blends the ancient church’s wisdom and the spiritual practice of yoga. This book has a different meditation, prayer, or practice to go along with readers’ yoga practice for each day of a month-long journey, inviting participants to grow in their love of God. In addition to the core material, there will be a series of postures (with helpful modifications that could be done while seated) as well as suggestions on how this series could be used to complement different seasons in the church year.
All too often attempts to blend yoga and Christianity have failed to do justice to both traditions—often sacrificing the wisdom of one tradition for the other. Faith with a Twist connects the traditional eight limbs of yoga with the church’s understanding and emphasis on living a holy life. This approach creates a unique blend of spiritual practices and religious wisdom that are perfect for the yoga novice and the experienced practitioner alike.
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Paperback: 127 pages
Dimensions: 8.0 x 10.0 x 0.5 inches
Shipping Weight: 9.8 ounces
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
Amy Nobles Dolan is founder of Yoga With Spirit and leads classes and retreats on the power of yoga to reconnect and deepen faith. She lives with her husband and three children in Wayne, Pennsylvania, and is an author and editor of books and essays about yoga.
Hillary D. Raining is the rector of St. Christopher's Episcopal Church in Gladwyne, Pennsylvania. She holds a bachelor's degree with honors in religion and psychology from Moravian College, a master of divinity from Yale University and the Institute of Sacred Music, an Anglican certificate from Berkeley Seminary, and a doctorate in ministry from Drew University. In addition to her parish ministry, she has served on several diocesan and church-wide ministries as well as in ecumenical and interfaith efforts. She is a yoga instructor and musician and has many varied hobbies, including skiing, hiking, gardening, and beekeeping. She is married to Ken Raining, a librarian, and they have a daughter, Delia.
Boxed Notecard Sets by Muscadine Press
Brighten Notecard Set
Sometimes life calls for a word of encouragement or a reminder of how much you care. What better way to lift spirits than to send a handwritten note? These notecards were designed with that purpose in mind. This mixed stationery pack includes four designs: Hello Friend, You're the Best, Thanks a Bunch, and Just Because. The cards coordinate beautifully and are the perfect way to show support and boost confidence.
Celebrate Notecard Set
Sometimes life calls for a bit of extra celebration. What better way to share joy and cheer than to send a handwritten note? These notecards were designed with that purpose in mind. This mixed stationery pack includes four designs: Congratulations, Happiest Birthday, Oh Happy Day, and Praise the Lord. The cards coordinate beautifully and are the perfect way to celebrate the things that matter most with the people that matter most.
Encourage Notecard Set
Sometimes God uses something as simple as a handwritten note from a friend to uplift and encourage us, and these notecards were designed with that purpose in mind. This mixed stationery pack includes four designs: Hello Beautiful, Many Thanks, Take Heart, and Thinking of You. The cards coordinate beautifully and are the perfect way to send a little cheer to those who need it most.
Uplift Notecard Set
Sometimes life calls for a word of encouragement or a reminder of how much you care. What better way to lift spirits than to send a handwritten note? These notecards were designed with that purpose in mind. This mixed stationery pack includes four designs: Chin Up Buttercup, Hello Sunshine, Love You So, and You Got This. The cards coordinate beautifully and are the perfect way to show support and boost confidence.
Heavy Cardstock: Set of 8 notecards and envelopes
Dimensions: 4.25 x 5.5 inches
Shipping Weight: 3.7 oz
ABOUT THE CREATOR
Muscadine Press is a Christian ministry devoted to equipping and empowering the people of God to cultivate a faithful life. We launched in 2015 as a branch of founder Leslie Ann Jones' writing and teaching ministry. Leslie Ann had been designing custom stationery on the side for quite some time and really enjoyed the work, but she felt the Lord leading her in a new direction: one that combined her love for pretty paper with her passion for the Word of God. So she closed up her stationery shop and set out to design a line of faith-based products designed to help people draw near to the Lord. She started with the Dwell Journal, moved on to art prints, and eventually added a line of stationery. In 2017, she began to feel the Lord leading her to yet another transition: a new name for the LAJ Shop. After months of hard work and navigating all the little details that go into such a big change, we re-launched as Muscadine Press in 2018.
The Next Right Thing: A Simple Soulful Practice for Making Life Decisions by Emily P. Freeman
Nothing gets our attention like an unmade decision: Should I accept the new position? Which schooling choice is best for my kids? How can I support my aging parents? When we have a decision to make and the answer isn't clear, what we want more than anything is peace, clarity, and a nudge in the right direction.
If you have trouble making decisions because of either chronic hesitation or decision fatigue, Emily P. Freeman's The Next Right Thing offers a fresh way of practicing familiar but often forgotten advice: simply do the next right thing.
This simple, soulful practice will help you:
Whether you’re in the midst of a major life transition or are weary of the low-grade anxiety that daily life can bring, Emily helps create space for your soul to breathe so you can live life with God at a gentle pace and discern your next right thing in love.
Hardcover: 256 pages
Dimensions: 5.7 x 8.6 x 0.8 inches
Shipping Weight: 1.06 pounds
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Emily P. Freeman is the Wall Street Journal bestselling author of Simply Tuesday and A Million Little Ways. As host of The Next Right Thing podcast, she helps create space for the soul to breathe, offering a fresh perspective on the sacredness of our inner life with God. Emily and her husband live in North Carolina with their three children. Connect with her online at EmilyPFreeman.com and on Instagram @emilypfreeman.
There is no more reliable voice today than Emily P. Freeman. Her consistency and faith have moved and changed me over and over again. The Next Right Thing is exactly that--the next right thing for you to read, for Emily to write, and for us all to live by. I'm so thankful this book exists."
— Annie F. Downs, bestselling author of 100 Days To Brave and Remember God
"I confess I've never struggled much with unmade decisions, but I also never thought about the process by which we go about making them. The Next Right Thing enlightened me, brought awareness, and gave me tools I didn't realize were missing in my decision-making. Emily points us to ultimate peace and clarity in our lives in the midst of uncertainty and chaos by gently pulling our focus back to the One who gives them."
— Candace Cameron Bure, actress, producer, and New York Times bestselling author
"This book will leave you with confidence, wisdom, intention, and a perspective shift about the big and small decisions in your life. Reading The Next Right Thing is your next right decision."
—Myquillyn Smith, Wall Street Journal bestselling author of Cozy Minimalist Home
"Emily has a gift for speaking into light things that are already true in most of us but are often dimmed by the clouds of busyness. Her words are a must-read in my own life, and I'm so grateful to call her a friend."
—Tsh Oxenreider, author of At Home in the World
"Emily P. Freeman is the real deal. She is wise, a trusted guide, and prepared with just the words you need to hear at the moment you need to hear them. If you are feeling stuck or overwhelmed or are longing for a revitalizing perspective on decision-making that is both practical and life-changing, then The Next Right Thing is the book you have been searching for. You will certainly want to read Emily's words once a year as a refresher on how to live with intention and ease."
—Mandy Arioto, president and CEO of MOPS International
"Like all of Emily's writing, this book is both insightful and practical. It teaches us that life is to be lived, not figured out. And the way we live it is one brave choice at a time."
—Jeff Goins, bestselling author of The Art of Work
"Emily P. Freeman's voice is gentle yet mighty, and I'm obsessed with every word of this quiet masterpiece. We all find ourselves in times of transition, aching for a final decision, and it's easy to force the finish line. Emily kindly and confidently invites us to a new path where the finish line is secondary. That concept would normally have me running for the hills, but this book held me still, prompting me to breathe and take my next step in love. I'll never make decisions the same way again."
—Kendra Adachi, founder of The Lazy Genius Collective
"The Next Right Thing is a book you can go back to again and again, and each time it will hit you in a new and fresh way. If you struggle to make decisions, if you're in the midst of a big life change, if you'd just love some quiet guidance to be more intentional with your days, and/or if you love Emily's writing and podcast, this book is for you!"
—Crystal Paine, New York Times bestselling author, founder of MoneySavingMom.com, and host of The Crystal Paine Show
"Reading Emily P. Freeman, I start to believe Jesus's promise more--that his yoke is easy and his burden light. The Next Right Thing delivers us from anxious hand-wringing over our uncertain futures."
—Jen Pollock Michel, author of Surprised by Paradox
"Relatable, actionable, and inspiring, Emily's words will take you deeper into the process of graciously taking your next step."
—Alan and Gem Fadling, founders of Unhurried Living
"Emily has become my decision-making guide. In this book she offers deep wisdom that is easily applied to everyday life. Through stories and images and metaphors, Emily shows us that the next right thing is not only possible but also desirable. This book is both timely and timeless."
—James Bryan Smith, author of The Good and Beautiful God
"We live in a time with a crippling, overwhelming number of options and decisions to make. Emily offers a practical guide for discerning 'the next right thing' in the big and small moments of life. I am so grateful for this book!"
—Jordan Raynor, bestselling author of Called to Create
Be the Bridge: Pursuing God's Heart for Racial Reconciliation by Latasha Morrison
In an era where we seem to be increasingly divided along racial lines, many are hesitant to step into the gap, fearful of saying or doing the wrong thing. At times the silence, particularly within the church, seems deafening.
But change begins with an honest conversation among a group of Christians willing to give a voice to unspoken hurts, hidden fears, and mounting tensions. These ongoing dialogues have formed the foundation of a global movement called Be the Bridge—a nonprofit organization whose goal is to equip the church to have a distinctive and transformative response to racism and racial division.
In this perspective-shifting book, founder Latasha Morrison shows how you can participate in this incredible work and replicate it in your own community. With conviction and grace, she examines the historical complexities of racism. She expertly applies biblical principles, such as lamentation, confession, and forgiveness, to lay the framework for restoration.
Along with prayers, discussion questions, and other resources to enhance group engagement, Be the Bridge presents a compelling vision of what it means for every follower of Jesus to become a bridge builder—committed to pursuing justice and racial unity in light of the gospel.
Reading Guide HERE.
Hardcover: 256 pages
Dimensions: 5.2 x 8.0 x 0.7 inches
Shipping Weight: 7.5 ounces
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Latasha Morrison is a bridge-builder, reconciler, and a compelling voice in the fight for racial justice. Ebony magazine recognized her as one of their 2017 Power 100 for her work as a community crusader. Tasha has spoken across the country at events that include: IF:Gathering, Justice Conference, Youth Specialties, Catalyst, Orange Conference, MOPS International, and many others. A native of North Carolina, Tasha earned degrees in human development and business leadership. In 2016 she founded Be the Bridge to inspire and equip ambassadors of racial reconciliation. In addition to equipping more than 1,000 sub-groups across five countries, Be the Bridge hosts a closed, moderated online community of bridge-builders on Facebook with more than 20,000 members.
"Be the Bridge catalyzes a truth-filled vision of courage and hope! Drawing from a deep well of spiritual practices, historical narratives, and personal experiences, Latasha Morrison engages readers on a critical journey toward God’s heart for humanity, one that promises to enlighten and unsettle us. With refreshing vulnerability and insight, this book unearths our racial brokenness and offers a communal salve of justice and restoration. A timely resource for a world in need of healing."
—Jonathan Eng, justice advocate and campus pastor at Gateway Church, Austin
"When it comes to the intersection of race, privilege, justice, and the church, Tasha is without question my best teacher. Be the Bridge is THE tool I wish to put in every set of hands. Put frankly, if we followed the path she writes about, the path of humility and repentance, courage and action, we would see the end of racism. It really is that simple. Tasha is one of the most important leaders in my generation."
—Jen Hatmaker, New York Times best-selling author of For the Love and Of Mess and Moxie
"This book is a must-read primer for anyone seeking to be a peacemaker rather than just a peacekeeper. Latasha Morrison equips and encourages us to do the difficult but necessary work of dismantling the walls of systemic racism, confronting implicit racial bias while establishing an anti-racist purpose. For those wanting to understand and embody the deeply woven fabric of racial reconciliation and anti-racism work, this book will expose, educate, elucidate, and ultimately make you an intentionally conscientious neighbor."
—Pastor Darryl Ford, Ikon Community Church
"When I want to know how to do the hard work of reconciliation and peacemaking, Latasha Morrison is one of the first people I go to. She’s introduced me to a new way of thinking while bringing together people of different perspectives, opinions, and histories. When she calls us to be a bridge to connect people to people, her challenge is more powerful, because she’s already been the bridge that has gotten us this far."
—Reggie Joiner, founder and CEO of Orange
"Through Be the Bridge Latasha Morrison offers a feast to the body of Christ. Vivid storytelling combines with sharp exegesis to draw readers onto the bridge of racial healing and justice. There, Morrison calls the body to face the truth—the whole truth and nothing but the truth. She does not pull punches. She does not make it pretty. Yet, this consummate bridge-builder lays foundations that hold the tension—and hold us together on the journey toward God’s kind of love."
—Lisa Sharon Harper, president and founder of FreedomRoad and author of The Very Good Gospel
"I have known Latasha Morrison for over for a decade. Her commitment to racial healing, reconciliation, and unity is unparalleled. Her extraordinary new book, Be the Bridge, is the blueprint the Christian church has been waiting for."
—Lee Allen Jenkins, author, speaker, and senior pastor of Eagles Nest Church
"Tasha Morrison gives us much needed guidance in this book on how to explore the tough dynamics of race, identity, and culture that doesn’t focus on simple, shallow solutions but helps us see in profound ways how we can transform ourselves and thus our communities in the way we act and think about race. Tasha masterfully weaves together her personal stories and experiences with history to make us aware of the human impact of racism—and then gives us the tools to respond. Tackling issues of race can seem daunting and overwhelming, but by providing us practical steps to engage laced in grace, truth, and mutuality, Tasha meets us where we are and helps us become better-formed disciples of Jesus to pursue a more holistic vision of the Good News for all people."
—Jenny Yang, vice president of advocacy and policy at World Relief
"Tasha Morrison has been an encourager, a trustworthy friend, and profound teacher to me over the past few years. Through this book, she can be that to you as well. Her words are full of truth and love, and will cause you to stop and wrestle with your own biased ideas and perspectives that may otherwise go unchallenged. I’m adding this book to my ‘everyone that loves Jesus should read this’ list!"
—Jamie Ivey, bestselling author of If You Only Knew and host of The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey podcast
“Be the Bridge is essential reading for everyone. With great courage and compassion Latasha chose to pursue conversations on race and racial equity and in doing so birthed a global movement that reached beyond church walls and is touching society. Her work is vital because responding to racism and racial division—in our schools, businesses, communities, politics and yes even our churches—is something that we all desperately need to do. Our future depends on it. This phenomenal book is a message, a model and a mentor for exploring how to pursue justice and racial unity in the light of the gospel. It has the potential to change your life and transform your community. Buy it immediately, and join in.”
—Jo Saxton, co-host of Lead Stories Podcast and author of The Dream of You
“Latasha Morrison is a champion of racial reconciliation and an advocate for racial justice. Through her words and her life, she exemplifies why we must face the hard truths of history in order to affect change in the present and build a better future. Allow Latasha’s words to challenge you, encourage you to question, and inspire you to be a bridge builder.”
—Amena Brown, author of How to Fix a Broken Record and host of HER with Amena Brown podcast
“Tasha Morrison has the remarkable ability to listen with compassion and cast vision about the preferred future. Her serving on staff with us at Gateway Church in Austin shifted the trajectory of our church family. Now you can discover how to Be the Bridge through her thoughtful, insightful, and practical book. The world needs more Tasha Morrisons, and her book can help us make progress towards the multiethnic kingdom of God.”
—Dr. Eric Bryant, campus pastor at Gateway Church, South Austin, and author of Not Like Me
A Single Act of Love 16 oz Travel Mugs by Be a Heart
"A single act of love makes the soul return to life." - Saint Maximilian Kolbe
Be a Heart founder and designer Erica Tighe Campbell writes, "This [quote] is one of my favorite reminders. A few months ago, after making a big move to a new city and struggling with all the changes, I was sitting in prayer wallowing. And then I recalled what Saint Maximilian said - an act of love could make my soul come alive. So I cancelled my plans for the day and volunteered at a refugee center. Sure enough, it was just what my soul needed.
I hope this message can carry us all through - a small reminder to make little acts of love for the health of our souls."
FITS IN MOST CUP HOLDERS: Insulated mug measures 3 x 8 x 3 inches and holds 16 ounces. Slim base easily fits in most standard cup holders.
DOUBLE WALLED TUMBLER: Vacuum-insulated construction keeps your beverage hot or cold for hours at a time (without the mug changing temperature and becoming too hot or cold to touch!).
SPILL PROOF: Travel mug is made of insulated, double-wall acrylic with a spill-proof plastic lid. Screw-on lid has a flap opening that can be used with one hand.
EASY CARE: Mug can only be hand washed but the opening is large (3 inches wide), which makes cleaning hassle-free; lid also screws off for an effortless cleaning. Thermal mug cannot be used in the microwave but holds both hot and cold contents
QUALITY DESIGN: 16 oz mug is made without BPA, lead, phthalate, keeping your beverage rid of any harsh flavors or ingredients. The metallic design is extra special.
Plastic Mug: 16 oz
Dimensions: 3.0 x 8.0 x 3.0 inches
Shipping Weight: 9.4oz
ABOUT THE CREATOR
The mission of Be a Heart is to "be a heart" for oneself and others through real life stories, beauty and lifestyle products that model hope and light in the midst of personal and social darkness, leading to the transformative experience of being raised up and loved by God's own Heart. Founded by Erica Tighe Campbell, Be a Heart's vulnerability, spirituality and artistry consistently overflow into raw, original collections of textiles, apparel, accessories, party goods, art prints and award-winning calligraphy.