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Get your family dinner conversations rolling with Life Dice Conversation Cubes. A family game that is meaningful, quirky and fun for everyone.
Why is A for Apple instead of Active, and B for Ball instead of Brave? Learning about character strengths is just as important as learning the ABCs, and should actually begin even earlier. Did you forget to teach your children or students to be Creative and courteous? Never fear, this colorful poster will teach children the vocabulary of virtues and remind you of what is really important.
Lanyards are now the standard at almost every school, hospital and corporation in the country. If you have to wear one, why not make it beautiful and inspiring?
Learning virtues is just as important as learning your ABCs. With this colorful set of refrigerator magnets you can teach your children both at the same time.
A light-weight low-cost 100% silk stole that you can wear to indicate that you are a chaplain or that you are there to offer spiritual comfort. The nine different religious symbols in the rainbow-colored design let people know that you can serve people from any religious background. Available in white or black.
Destined to become a classic in recovery literature, this book contains all three books in the Longing series in one volume. It includes The Secret of Emotions, 4 Tools of Emotional Healing and Longing for Love.
Here is a beautiful way to give your choir a coordinated look that is reverent without being religious. Whether you are in a community choir, a church choir, a peace choir, an interfaith choir, a part of the Ubuntu Choir Network, or are just someone who loves to sing, these 100% silk scarves illustrate the joy of lifting your voice to heaven.
This deck of cards is perfect for children’s classes, games nights, and family gatherings.
It can be used to play any game that uses a standard 52-card deck, (including Euchre, Hearts, 21 and more) but its unique faces and suits teach spiritual principles and virtues while you play!
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