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Dying To Live

Author : Ken Gartner
ISBN : 9781602662322
Genre : Christian life
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In this work, Gartner shows the beneficial results of prison ministries which provide inmates with the opportunity to become spiritually transformed, strengthened, and forgiven. (Social Issues)
Category: Christian life

Dying To Live

Author : Clayton King
ISBN : 9780736939669
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Clayton King has spoken to two-million-plus people in 30 countries, including hundreds of thousands in the teen-to-thirties age group. Inspiring, humorous, energetic, he presents Christianity's unchanging core message with new vividness and passion. In Dying to Live, he challenges Christians to throw aside the "bigger, richer, more successful" paradigm and risk following Christ unreservedly. Readers will freshly see the joy of laying their lives down for the gospel as Clayton... tells stories--his own and others'--that give poignant, attractive pictures of radical discipleship considers why people are drawn to those willing to sacrifice themselves for others examines Jesus' paradox: that giving away your life is the only way to find it Believers hungering for a life that's worth dying for will be electrified by this passionate call to the bold virtues of living all-out for God, risking death, knowing their life is significant and their future is secure.

Dying To Live

Author : Kim Paffenroth
ISBN : 1439180741
Genre : Fiction
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A lone survivor in a zombie-infested world, Jonah Caine wandered for months, struggling to understand the apocalypse in which he lives. Unable to find a moral or sane reason for the horror that surrounds him, he is overwhelmed by violence and insignificance. Then Jonah comes across a group of survivors living in a museum-turned-compound. They are led by Jack, an ever-practical and efficient military man; and Milton, a mysterious prophet who holds a strange power over the dead. Both share Jonah’s anguish over the brutality of their world as well as his hope for its beauty. Together with others, they build a community that reestablishes an island of order and humanity surrounded by relentless ghouls. But this newfound peace is short-lived, as Jonah and his band of refugees clash with another group of survivors who remind them that the undead are not the only—nor the most grotesque—horrors they must face.
Category: Fiction

Dying To Live Life Sentence

Author : Kim Paffenroth
ISBN : 9781934861462
Genre : Fiction
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When the world ended, a handful of survivors banded together in a compound surrounded by the living dead. In a battle against a kingdom of savage prisoners, the survivors lost loved ones, they lost innocence, but still they coped and grew. Twelve years later even bigger surprises lay in wait, for some of the walking dead are beginning to remember who they are, and, even worse, what they’ve done.
Category: Fiction

Dying To Live

Author : Sonya M. Hayes
ISBN : 9781450072441
Genre : Poetry
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Dying to live is a book filled with all types of poems for everyday life. Reading this book of poems will give some incite of some situations that people have endured, while trying to regain their lives back. Dealing with these situations isn't easy when you think you are all alone and there is no one to turn to for help. This book can help people look at their lives differently and others as well before judging anyone. By publishing this great book of poems I hope to help people find another way to expressed themselves other than using violence among each other.
Category: Poetry

Dying To Live

Author : Joanne Harvey MSW
ISBN : 9781452047492
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Dying to Live Stories that will inspire you to start talking about the end of life without fear. What would it be like? To know you are dying and still live your life to the fullest? Death does not have to stun us with crushing grief, we can prepare for it. The true life stories in Dying To Live are filled with love, challenges, tears and laughter. Dying To Live is a must read for anyone who will stand in the fire with loved ones leaving this world. Death is a part of life. Celebrate the process and learn from the experiences of these incredible people. You will: · Discover ways to experience life and death without fear · Be inspired by love and hope with each remarkable story · Laugh and cry as you see we are all intrinsically the same · Celebrate the possibilities in your own life and death · Learn that you get to make up your own rules "Dying to Live reminds us that the end of the road can be embraced with love, insight, compassion and even joy. A book to be read and remembered.” Judy Reynolds, Author, Once Upon a Vine. Dying to Live is an extraordinary experience, revealing the soul's yearning for love, no matter what the circumstances may be. These stories will expand your heart into realms you never knew existed. Percy McManus, founder, Health Excellence, Inc. Joanne Harvey MSW is a hospice social worker, life coach and meridian practitioner with 25 years of experience guiding patients, individuals and families though the challenges of life, terminal illness and self-realization. "There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everthing is a miracle." Albert Einstein
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Dying To Live

Author : Marian Carter
ISBN : 9780334052401
Genre : Religion
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This is a key resource for reflective practitioners who want to explore subjects such as death, dying, bereavement and funerals from a theological perspective. The book engages readers to reflect theologically on issues of loss, grief, healing, the search for meaning and joy. Such theological reflection is vital for the development of good and grounded pastoral practice. Marian Carter encourages individuals and groups to critically reflect on experience in the light of Christian faith and theology and to become more informed and confident in the practice of ministry in the area of dying, death and the care of the bereaved.
Category: Religion

Dying To Live

Author : Clive Calver
ISBN : 9781934068809
Genre : Religion
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Many Christians acknowledge that they love Jesus but are disillusioned about their spiritual condition. They come to Christ to drink from the well of his new life, yet find that their thirst remains. Why has the Christian life not met their expectations for spiritual growth and how can they satisfy this craving for their Christian walk to have a deeper impact? Do you desperately yearn for a deeper relationship with God? Clive Calver —pastor, preacher and longtime church statesman —can relate. As a young preacher and fairly new Christian, he felt deeply frustrated in his efforts to experience spiritual transformation. Then it dawned on him that Jesus ' death on the cross achieved two things: how to die and how to live. Crucified love was God 's gift to us; resurrected life with Christ was his purpose for us. For far too long we have been presented with a version of the Christian faith that majors on what we get rather than on what we give. The cross has been portrayed as the place where Jesus died for us and where we receive from him but rarely as the location of our joint crucifixion with him. The uncomfortable truth is that Jesus calls us to share his cross. "If anyone would come after me, he must deny himself and take up his cross and follow me" (Matthew 16:24). Fortunately, we don 't have to be some kind of a "Super Christian" to allow God 's power to work through us. Calver shows how a number of ordinary believers have discovered the paradoxical fulfillment of the crucified life as they die to self and serve God and other people. By "dying to live," you too can know the joy of resurrection.
Category: Religion

Dying To Live

Author : Lance B. Rubin
ISBN : 9781496954794
Genre : Self-Help
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Dying to Live is a book showing off the awesome works of God and how the lord can and will do all he says and that his word is true. And that he stands by your side in the good times and the bad. I believe my book will challenge your faith and to believe and to stand firm on God's Word.
Category: Self-Help

Dying To Live

Author : Kim Baldwin
ISBN : 9781602824997
Genre : Fiction
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Can you out run death? Zoe Anderson-Howe's pampered life is abruptly shattered when she's taken hostage by FARC guerrillas while on a business trip to Bogota. While her father struggles to come up with the ransom, the British socialite must endure hardships that test her both mentally and physically. Elite Operative Fetch has been living in the Colombian jungle for six months on a mission to infiltrate the FARC and orchestrate the rescue of western hostages. When Zoe is added to her assignment, Fetch's sense of duty must override the disdain she initially feels for the self-indulgent tabloid queen. The task of freeing Zoe gains new urgency when it appears she may be key in stopping a mysterious new virus that is racing across the globe, killing indiscriminately. The support Fetch counted on is needed elsewhere. Can she get Zoe out of there on her own, and will that be enough to save the millions of lives in peril? Fourth in the romantic intrigue series: Elite Operatives
Category: Fiction