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Moments Together For Growing Closer To God

Author : Dennis Rainey
ISBN : 9781441266798
Genre : Religion
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This book is one in a set of small gift hardcover books in the Moments Together series that present thirty days of devotionals for married couples to read together. The focus of these selections is on a couple's walk with the Lord, both as individuals and as a couple. Consistently coming together to read a devotional and pray together will help couples to measure the daily decisions they make against the teachings of Scripture and will encourage them to let the Holy Spirit lead them into God's purposes for their lives.
Category: Religion

The Alice Walker Collection

Author : Alice Walker
ISBN : 9781780225845
Genre : Fiction
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This stunning ebook collection brings together the complete works of Alice Walker's prose fiction and includes: THE THIRD LIFE OF GRANGE COPELAND; MERIDIAN; THE COLOR PURPLE; THE TEMPLE OF MY FAMILIAR; THE COMPLETE STORIES; BY THE LIGHT OF MY FATHER'S SMILE; THE WAY FORWARD IS WITH A BROKEN HEART; and NOW IS THE TIME TO OPEN YOUR HEART. Whether discovering Alice Walker for the first time or finding works by her that you haven't read before, this is a must-have collection from a true heavyweight of contemporary American letters.
Category: Fiction

Strangers To Ourselves

Author : Julia Kristeva
ISBN : 0231071574
Genre : Psychology
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Kristeva begins with the personal and moves outward by examining world literature and philosophy. She discusses the foreigner in Greek tragedy, in the Bible, and in the literature of the Middle Ages, Renaissance, Enlightenment, and the twentieth century.
Category: Psychology

Drawing Closer To Nature

Author : Peter London
ISBN : 1570628548
Genre : Art
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The author reveals the fine art of using creativity to "connect" with the natural world, presenting a series of guided "creative encounters" designed to stimulate this bond in each reader. Original. 15,000 first printing.
Category: Art

Passing Through The Fire

Author : D. C. Kerns
ISBN : 9781452535975
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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The ideas presented within these pages can help the reader focus on improving self and community through imagination and thinking. There is hope for change when the inspiration comes from within. When it comes to freedom of thought, it is easier to change one mind at a time than entire cultures. As long as there are individuals who express optimism for such change, there is hope for all of us. The topics cover common themes that people and society come across while passing through the fire of daily life. These themes are about all of us. They are about time, space, matter, spirit, humanism, and universalism. They attempt to explain by seeding the complex with the simple. There are no endings, only beginnings in awareness when its purpose is to unify consciousness on Earth with universal life. When this occurs rightly, our perceptions will move us into that next stage of being: universal inclusiveness and its eternal expansion.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Closer To The Cross

Author : Barthelemy Charles
ISBN : 9780595214105
Genre : Religion
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This book was written to help Christians deepen their spiritual walk with Jesus, dealing with questions surrounding the Cross. It was written to answer questions concerning the crucifixion, the events surrounding it, and references to the crucifixion throughout the Bible. It is a guide to keep the core of Christianity, the crucifixion of Jesus Christ, from being questionable or ambiguous.
Category: Religion

Coming To Narrative

Author : Arthur P Bochner
ISBN : 9781598740387
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Weaving autoethnography, theoretical exposition, and a close examination of social trends, distinguished scholar Arthur P. Bochner shows how the theoretical paradigms in the human sciences have developed and changed over the past four decades.

Down Rivers Of Windfall Night

Author : Frances Garrett Connell
ISBN : 9781465329899
Genre : Fiction
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The story of several generations of a family, as seen through the wonderings and wanderings of it youngest daughter; uses dreams, stories, trips, journals, and letters to trace the power of commitments and consciousness, memory and forgetting, reality and dream, mythology and religion, and mental illness and vision. As the Arthur family gathers to hold a vigil beside the dying father, James, their voices drift in and out over 80 years and two continents to recall their individual lives, as Yvonne, the narrator, discovers her final role.
Category: Fiction

Coming To Canada

Author : Kevin Kingsley-Williams
ISBN : 9781475977110
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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What does it take to leave a good job, your community, your country, and even your continent, and move 4,200 miles away? As financial controller at a top-tier bank in The Gambia, Kevin Kingsley-Williams was provided a house, a maid, a car, club memberships, and other perks of corporate life. But after experiencing the 1994 military coup, he immigrated in January of 1997 to Toronto, where the thermometer registered minus 10 degrees Celsius. Once in Canada, Kevin immediately hits a series of snarls as he attempts to build a new life. Getting a job requires an address, but getting an address requires proof of employment. He is found ?lacking in Canadian experience? yet also deemed to be ?overqualified.? Having misjudged the effectiveness of his footwear, he is forced to wander a shopping mall in his socks?yet the ski mask and parka he wears in a desperate attempt to stay warm cause potential employers, landlords, and bankers to view him with alarm. Join Kevin as he adjusts to a new world, where apartments that were for rent a few hours ago are ?unavailable? when he arrives to look at them and phrases such as ?digging out? take on new meaning after the first snowstorm. Kevin offers, with his humor and perseverance, a fresh perspective on the challenges of the immigrant experience.
Category: Biography & Autobiography