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Words In The Wilderness

Author : Stephen Gilbert Brown
ISBN : 9780791493342
Genre : Education
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Blends vivid personal accounts and sophisticated theoretical analysis to make a compelling book about one teacher's experience teaching on an Athabascan Indian Reservation in Alaska.
Category: Education

The Wilderness Of Words

Author : Don Anderson
ISBN : 0994500920
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Original poetry from observations of life

Word In The Wilderness

Author : Malcolm Guite
ISBN : 9781848256781
Genre : Religion
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For every day from Shrove Tuesday to Easter Day, the bestselling poet Malcolm Guite chooses a favourite poem from across the Christian spiritual and English literary traditions and offers incisive seasonal reflections on it. Lent is a time to reorient ourselves, clarify our minds, slow down, recover from distraction and focus on the values of God’s kingdom. Poetry, with its power to awaken the mind, is an ideal companion for such a time. This collection enables us to turn aside from everyday routine and experience moments of transfigured vision as we journey through the desert landscape of Lent and find refreshment along the way. Following each poem with a helpful prose reflection, Malcolm Guite has selected from classical and contemporary poets, from Dante, John Donne and George Herbert to Seamus Heaney, Rowan Williams and Gillian Clarke, and his own acclaimed poetry.
Category: Religion

A Table In The Wilderness

Author : Thom Rock
ISBN : 9781498218269
Genre : Religion
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The joyful premise at the heart of this book is that there is a table lavishly spread for all who hunger for forgiveness--the believer, the doubter, and the famished. The book's journey begins and ends with this assertion: not only is there a table of forgiveness set for us in the many wildernesses of life, there is a seat waiting for each and every one of us at that table. What matters is whether we take that seat and, if so, how we behave at the feast. Rooted in the notion of journeying, of setting out each day to discover some new vista along the many paths to the banquet hall of forgiveness, A Table in the Wilderness draws upon the wisdom of multiple religious traditions, as well as non-religious sources, in order to gain perspective on this long misunderstood subject. Readers are just as likely to encounter Dr. Seuss as they are to read the words of Sri Ramakrishna or Saint Augustine along the way. Anyone who has ever been hurt or has hurt another will find this book a helpful guide.
Category: Religion

Christ In The Wilderness

Author : Stephen Cottrell
ISBN : 9780281069538
Genre : Religion
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The remarkable English painter Stanley Spencer produced a series of works entitled Christ in the Wilderness (1939-54), portraying the forty days Jesus spent in the wilderness. These beautiful and compelling images give us a startling insight into Jesus' vocation and his own understanding of his ministry. They show his great love for nature and affinity with all creation. In this attractive illustrated book, Stephen Cottrell reflects on five of the Christ in the Wilderness paintings, and reveals them to be a rich source of spiritual wisdom and nourishment. He invites us to slow down and enter into the stillness of Stanley Spencer's vision. By dwelling in the wilderness of these evocative portraits, Stephen Cottrell encourages us to refine our own discipleship and learn again what it means to follow Christ.
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A Wilderness Of Words

Author : Theodore Billy
ISBN : 0896723895
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Beginning with a detailed discussion of Conrad's ambivalence toward the function of language and the meaning of fiction, Ted Billy explores the problematical sense of an ending in Conrad's tales and novellas. Billy demonstrates that Conrad's endings, instead of reinforcing the meaning of the narrative or lending finality, actually provide a contrasting perspective that clashes with the narrative's general drift.
Category: Literary Criticism

Walking In The Wilderness Of Fear

Author : Sarah Berthelson
ISBN : 9781609571948
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Sarah is a world renowned poet, author, and prayer warrior. Her story is about how fear has impacted her life and how God has walked with her through the wilderness of fear. This walk wasn't always easy and the direction wasn't always readily detectable but in the end, her walk with Jesus would reveal what was happening. The early death of a son took her further into this wilderness than she had ever been before and almost cost her an unimaginable price. Come identify with the events shared and learn some answers about life. Sarah Berthelson. In college Sarah was one of the first Baptist Student Union summer missionaries to be sent from Mississippi, As a military wife she was a lay missionary in Okinawa, Japan through the Foreign Mission Board. Sarah was a member of many churches where she taught in all areas of the church ministries and was often Sunday School Director. At the present time she is an adult Sunday School Teacher at First Baptist Church, Millington, Tennessee. She shares her walk with the Lord in other churches and ladies groups. In addition to writing, her passion is serving with an international prayer service where she ministers to people of all walks of life. Her sharing the plan of salvation and seeing people come to know the Lord Jesus in a personal way is most rewarding.

The Well Experience In The Wilderness

Author : Shenequia Smith
ISBN : 9781469116327
Genre : Poetry
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This book is a spiritual entrance into the authors life journey of wilderness, the scriptures and poetic expressions of depression, confusion, hurt, doubt, disappointment, etc, lead her to a well of hope, faith, strength, healing, wholeness and love. The author expressed her pain from suffering because she didnt know who she was and she had not yet tapped into her purpose and calling, but after she called, accepted and connected to her Savior, Jesus Christ, she was able to walk out her purpose and calling, as she persevered toward the promises of God.
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Voices In The Wilderness

Author : Judith Utman
ISBN : 9781449767556
Genre : Fiction
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Jack Davidson has all the experience he needs for any survival situation—or so he thinks. As he prepares to instruct his next basic navigation course on Seeley’s Mountain, he is unaware of the evil tracking toward his wilderness destination that will change everything. His students are expecting a pleasant getaway from their high-pressure lives in the city. Their weekend will soon turn to terror and put their rudimentary survival skills to the test. Residents of this backwoods region and visitors alike are thrust together while they battle the elements, the terrain, and the malevolent force within an escalating storm. As suspicions build and lives are compromised by the pervading darkness on Seeley’s Mountain, they soon turn to and against each other and learn more than they ever expected. Who will they trust as events spiral out of control, and who will survive?
Category: Fiction