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The Book of Icebreakers – 2nd EditionFrom: $ 2.00
The Book of Icebreakers has more than 300 ideas for your Bhakti-vriksha meetings, home programs, youth retreats, seminars, decision-making sessions, reunions, and any time you want to add spice to a gathering. Second Edition Updated and Enlarged.
- Congregational Development books
The Nectar of Congregational PreachingFrom: $ 2.00
The Nectar of Congregational Preaching is an inspirational overview of the development of Krsna Consciousness among the congregational members of ISKCON from the beginning until the present. It contains insights and instructions from our previous acaryas, and many realizations and personal accounts of success in congregational development by ISKCON Gurus, GBCs, and leading preachers.
Bhakti Vriksha Lessons for Members – SetFrom: $ 6.00
This set covers all six levels mentioned below. In order to encourage the congregational members to systematically advance spiritually, different shiksha-levels of commitment and standards of devotional service are recognized by ISKCON. These standards are prescribed for the devotees to consolidate and increase their spiritual practices. The different shiksha-levels of commitment and standards prescribed are:
- Krsna / Gauranga Sevak
- Krsna / Gauranga Sadhak
- Srila Prabhupada Ashraya
- Sri Guru Charana Ashraya
Bhakti-vriksha Modules Set (for Members)From: $ 6.00
These modules are for Bhakti-vriksha Members. In those modules we learn and discuss in weekly Bhakti Vriksha meetings how we can bring Krsna to our home and serve Him together as a family and share the joy of Krsna Consciousness with our friends.
Bhakti-vriksha Workbook SetFrom: $ 4.00
This Bhakti-vriksha Workbook is used to aid the Bhakti-vriksha members in deepening their knowledge of the Bhagavad-gita. The workbook is based on the theme of the chapters of the Bhakti-vriksha modules by testing them with open-book questions.
A Vaishnava in Every NeighborhoodSuggested Donation: $ 4.00
This book describes the characteristics of Vaishnava communities where the loving, caring, and expanding mood is part of the fabric of the community, and how it is possible to create such communities around any Iskcon center anywhere in the world, and sustain them without depending only on a few charismatic individuals.