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About the Author

Thurman Faison is a former pastor and TV minister. He graduated from North Central Bible College in Minneapolis Minnesota with a Bachelor's Degree and obtained his Master's Degree from National Louis University in Evanston Illinois. He is currently retired and lives with his wife Connie in south Florida. They spend their time enjoying traveling between Florida and Jamaica. They have nine children between them, and thirteen grandchildren and two great grandchildren. It has been Thurman's desire to share some of his thoughts on spirituality with those who also seek the kingdom of God within themselves and its expression in the world around them.

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  • File Size: 195 KB
  • Print Length: 302 pages
  • Publisher: Createspace (September 9, 2009)
  • Publication Date: September 9, 2009
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B003QP4GSI
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Thurman L Faison is a former pastor and TV minister. He graduated from North Central Bible College in Minneapolis Minnesota with a Bachelors degree and received his Masters degree from National Louis University in Evanston Illinois. His ten years in television ministry included, co-hosting a daily talk show, and hosting his own teaching series. This multifaceted ministry exposed him to the diversity among believers, and of the vastness of the kingdom of God. Thurman is a self published author of the books, "To The Spiritually Inclined", "Be Spiritually Bold," and "The Spirit Of Man." His hope is that these books will help shed light on many areas of spiritual thought that may not have had much attention or consideration. Mr Faison is retired and lives in Florida with his wife Connie. They spend their time traveling between; Chicago, Jamaica, and Florida. They have nine children and fourteen grandchildren.

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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Maiysha Clairborne on June 24, 2010
Format: Paperback
It is a pleasure to come across a book that plainly distinguishes religiosity from spirituality. The author is obviously well versed in the scriptures, however this book is not simply about the quoting the Bible. The author takes the scriptures as a foundation, breaks them down to the reader, explaining history and context, and then puts it's all into perspective for our day and time. From the very beginning he alerts us to his intention to empower us with phrases like "We do not have to go to the scriptures in order to talk to God" which from the beginning takes the guilt and shame out of those awakening from purely religious experience to a spiritual existence. His tone is matter of fact but not preachy or condescending! It became clear during my read that I was being taken on a journey from religiosity to spirituality, and I very much appreciated the presentation. This is a very informative book for both the Seeker and the "seasoned Christian" who wants a deeper meaning to their faith. Highly recommended!
Maiysha Clairborne
Life On Your Terms: 7 Steps to a More Empowered You
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Rev. Aaron Moore on November 2, 2010
Format: Paperback
Rev. Thurman L. Faison is an accomplished man.
He is well versed in the Bible. Rev. Faison
has a broad acquaintance with religion.
He is like a "4-star Genral" in his overall
subject "To The Spiritually Inclined".
I like his book very much. There are surely many
good sermon "starter" ideas which he
clearly sets forth to the reader which ideas
can be invaluable to a minister or to anyone
reading his book. It is a book for the times
we live in as many are searching and asking the
question of religion "Is that all there is?"
Be assured there is more! Thurman's book can
prove to be a valuable companion to you on your
spiritual quest and spiritual journey.
Rev. Aaron Moore, Tampa, FL, 2 November 2010
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Joanne Lyons on June 16, 2010
Format: Paperback
But you will need to be asking, seeking and/or knocking.
It's like a breath of fresh air to read Mr. Faison's call to action on our part. It's about time we breathe new meaning into old things and old thoughts. The book is easy to read and he knows the scriptures and speaks them with authority. It is a most pleasurable read. I had a hard time stopping and putting it down.
I felt re-encouraged to apply Jesus' teaching to my life. And even if you don't know all of the stories from many years of reading the Bible, attending church and Sunday school lessons as I do, I think you'll still think it sounds fresh and interesting. I was much encouraged to step out of my 'boat' or comfort zone, keep my faith and not become distracted by my natural surroundings. I learned the key is keeping my spiritual focus in the right place.
Thurman reminds us that our minds, thoughts, imaginations and expectations provide the powerful catalyst for the supernatural. We need to be involved in our own healing. It requires aspiration and/or desperation, and definitely expectation. What a wonderful description of faith and explanation of how it's brought forth.
Thank you Thurman Faison! A hard task well done.
Joanne Fields Lyons, author It's About Time!: It's All About Time ...Time, Love, And Tenderness (Volume 1)
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Vernelle Nelson on February 13, 2010
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This book is one of the best I've ever read on the subject. Mr. Faison very clearly states what many people, including myself, think and believe. His insights and commentary are thoughtful, and well stated in plain, concise language, making this book very easy to read as well as enlightening. A job very well done!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Neveen Ochoa on August 12, 2010
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I thoroughly enjoyed this book. Having been raised in the Assemblies of God/Pentecostal Church community, as I became an adult, I was aware of what it meant to be religious, but I didn't understand what it meant to be "spiritual." While in grad school, I was faced with very stressful situations and encounters, so I turned to various self-help books and other resources to assist with finding balance while facing day to day challenges. A lot of these books, though not religious in nature talked about being spiritual and spirituality. I think that Thurman Faison does a wonderful job of hi-light the spiritual messages and lessons referenced in biblical Judeo-Christian teaching and cleverly points out that our sense of spirituality is intrinsically tied to our personal relationship with God; that biblical or religious teachings can serve as inspiration as opposed to absolute law. I also enjoyed his emphasis on the use of faith as a cornerstone of every spiritual pursuit. I found this book to be very encouraging and inspirational.

Liz Carrillo
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Maiysha Clairborne on June 24, 2010
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It is a pleasure to come across a book that plainly distinguishes religiosity from spirituality. The author is obviously well versed in the scriptures, however this book is not simply about the quoting the Bible. The author takes the scriptures as a foundation, breaks them down to the reader, explaining history and context, and then puts it's all into perspective for our day and time. From the very beginning he alerts us to his intention to empower us with phrases like "We do not have to go to the scriptures in order to talk to God" which from the beginning takes the guilt and shame out of those awakening from purely religious experience to a spiritual existence. His tone is matter of fact but not preachy or condescending! It became clear during my read that I was being taken on a journey from religiosity to spirituality, and I very much appreciated the presentation. This is a very informative book for both the Seeker and the "seasoned Christian" who wants a deeper meaning to their faith. Highly recommended!
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