An Emerging Spirituality: Your Spiritual Revolution Without the Smoke and Mirrors [NOOK Book]

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Ricky Maye in his Newest project introduces us to the revolutionary concept of An Emerging Spirituality, Maye contends that the Christian and Spiritual walk since not of this world is often misunderstood and manipulated. He offers hope in lines such as, "The Spiritual life is about becoming not become, our journey is about changing not changed. It's about overcoming not overcome.
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An Emerging Spirituality: Your Spiritual Revolution Without the Smoke and Mirrors

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Overview

Ricky Maye in his Newest project introduces us to the revolutionary concept of An Emerging Spirituality, Maye contends that the Christian and Spiritual walk since not of this world is often misunderstood and manipulated. He offers hope in lines such as, "The Spiritual life is about becoming not become, our journey is about changing not changed. It's about overcoming not overcome.
Be prepared for the journey of a lifetime, Your journey. Ricky will take you through the rocky, raw and rated R spiritual journeys of many Biblical personage.

“There is a revolution happening in the Church today. One that seems to be questioning the age-old assumptions about an exclusive God who lives so far away from creation. Be rest assured these questions have been asked long before we came along. However, Ricky Maye re-ignites this all-important conversation in an engaging voice that must be heard and speaks of a God who accepts and embraces everyone, even the ones we love to hate. This is a must-read.” -George Elerick
Author of Jesus Bootlegged //Cultural Theorist // Human Rights Advocate


“If you're like me, then you'll find comfort in this book. Ricky understands that the Industrial Era of faith, of time being money, of growth being upward, is false. We are full of doubt, unsure of where we're going, and Ricky reminds us that that's the whole damn point.” From the Forward
Alex Gamble
Author of Leaving Eden // Teacher //Blogger
www.Alexgamble.blogspot.com

“In Ricky Maye’s redemptive book, an emerging spirituality is defined as a journey seeking more. While rules and traditions of religion may limit faith, spirituality is following God out of the known into uncomfortable, sometimes painful growth. The benefit is personalized salvation uniquely designed to meet our individual needs. Ricky contends that salvation’s greatest value isn’t getting to heaven, but about eternal life right now, where Jesus meets our deepest hearts desires for unconditional love.”
Joy Wilson
Author of Uncensored Prayer: The Spiritual Practice of Wrestling With God (Civitas Press, 2011)
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013290815
  • Publisher: Ricky Maye
  • Publication date: 9/9/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 176
  • Sales rank: 1,247,494
  • File size: 621 KB

Meet the Author

Ricky Maye is an Author, Speaker and Activist residing in Cincinnati, Ohio. Ricky is the Author of An Emerging Spirituality and Rethink Christianity and more.

Ricky Maye is a widely sought after voice in communities of faith and human rights. Ricky will astound groups with his unique insight into Biblical language and history that will penetrate the hearts of everyone in attendance. Ricky will provide a right now word from God to you personally through his props and one of a kind presentations.

Ricky Maye is available to speak nationally and internationally on a wide variety of subjects including but not limited to religion, faith, post modern, emergent Christianity, human rights and inclusive subjects.

Ricky is ideal for small gatherings in homes, small groups, churches, and gatherings due to the intimate nature of his speaking, but is also available for rally’s, universities and conference or festival speaking.
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  • Posted November 2, 2012

    It was a good read

    He may not take the usual course but he is accurate in his views.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 24, 2011

    A truly unique understanding of the spiritual journey, you must read!

    I can't say much other than it was well worth a dollar, The insight, the word studies and Ricky's simple approach to spirituality and Christianity are sure to spark a progressive fire.

    2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 21, 2012

    I am still reading, and have found a few fresh insights so far,

    I am still reading, and have found a few fresh insights so far, but I just wish he'd take a freshman comp class. When an author doesn't know when not to use an apostrophe, after a while, it becomes distracting. Rob Bell he ain't!

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    Posted December 27, 2012

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