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Fire In My Soul

Author : Joan Steinau Lester
ISBN : 0743407881
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Traces the career of the civil rights crusader and Congressional delegate for Washington, D.C., from her early challenges to her efforts against the Senate and the Supreme Court on such issues as sexual harassment and free speech.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Fire In My Soul

Author : Delbert McCoy
ISBN : 1592320627
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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This Fire Down In My Soul

Author : J. D. Mason
ISBN : 1429988517
Genre : Fiction
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When Faylene Watkins begins counseling women of her husband's congregation at Hope Filled Christian Center church, three women teach her the perils of love, sex and obsession. Choir girl Elise thinks she's found a good man in Jay, a truck driver who came blowing into her life one sultry night. Irresistible and sensual, he's caught up in romancing Elise. However, when she's ready for happily ever after, he realizes that he can't just walk away from his wife and two children. And Elise just can't seem to let him go. Everyone knows that singles ministry leader Renee is full of herself. When she starts her latest interior decorating project, she thinks her client's husband is hot, and together, they're on fire. Meanwhile his wife wants to be friends, and it's not long before a twisted game starts to unravel. For twenty-five years Tess's life revolved around her unfaithful husband (who sits on the deacon's board) and their two wonderful sons. But now the kids have left the nest and Tess wants to spread her wings. While busy seeking her first job and creating a new social life outside the church, Tess meets a new man—a most forbidden man—who rides into the picture to rock her world off its steady axis. All the while, First Lady of the church and counselor, Faye is keeping a secret of her own that is much deeper than any one of them could ever imagine.
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A Fire In His Soul

Author : Amos Bunim
ISBN : 0873064739
Genre : History
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The inspiring story of one man's uncompromising determination to build American Jewry.
Category: History

Fire In My Soul

Author : Soon Bong Choi
ISBN : 9781630873141
Genre : Religion
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Fire in My Soul pays tribute to the life and legacy of Dr. Seyoon Kim, who has taught as Professor of New Testament at Fuller Theological Seminary for almost two decades and is known internationally for his work on the origin of Paul's gospel. This collection of essays in his honor revisits classic issues in Pauline studies and offers fresh insights on Paul's use of righteousness language in his letters, the occasion and purpose of Romans, the problem of universal sinfulness, and justification by faith. It also presents several exegetical studies on the use of the Old Testament in the gospels. Scholars, students, and pastors interested in Pauline soteriology and gospel hermeneutics will find this volume helpful in their own research, teaching, and ministry.
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Fire In My Bones Sword In My Soul

Author : Roy Key
ISBN : 9780595345618
Genre : Bibles
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Roy Key has a B.A. and M.A. from Pepperdine University, did graduate study at Lutheran and Union Theological Seminaries, received a M.Div, from Drake Divinity School, and a D.Min. from McCormick Theological Seminary. He taught at Dasher Bible School and Simpson College, and for 20 years served as Minister of the Church of Christ in California, Alaska, Georgia and New York. His final 20-year Ministry was in Ames, Iowa, as Senior Minister of First Christian Church, serving on Local, Regional and National levels of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ). Roy Key says of Fire in My Bones-Sword in My Soul: "This I had to write. To make one more attempt to reach back across the gulf to family and friends who could not understand why I am gone. To let 'Disciples' know who this sojourner is among them, why he came, the road he traveled, the dream that lures him still, and the pain that will not stop as long as the rift remains."
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The Ink Of My Soul And The Fire In My Bones

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In his debut memoir, The Ink of My Soul & The Fire In My Bones, Ethan DeAbreu - blogger, photographer, and martial artist - shares his compelling story of self, and offers words of wisdom and encouragement for all those that are bold enough to pursue their dreams.After a year of successful blogging, and being featured on multiple publications, DeAbreu set the ambitiously audacious goal of writing his first book. He has compiled meaningful stories from his personal life that capture quintessential essence of what it is to be human.Intelligent, poignant, and wise beyond his years, Ethan has touched the souls of his readers by unapologetically sharing his true heart with them.

Fire In The Soul

Author : Dinyar Godrej
ISBN : 9781906523169
Genre : Poetry
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Presents a collection of poems, including works by such prominent figures as Pablo Neruda and Margaret Atwood as well as authors known only in their homelands, on human rights issues from the Armenian massacres to the present.
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Singing In My Soul

Author : Jerma A. Jackson
ISBN : 9780807863619
Genre : Music
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Black gospel music grew from obscure nineteenth-century beginnings to become the leading style of sacred music in black American communities after World War II. Jerma A. Jackson traces the music's unique history, profiling the careers of several singers--particularly Sister Rosetta Tharpe--and demonstrating the important role women played in popularizing gospel. Female gospel singers initially developed their musical abilities in churches where gospel prevailed as a mode of worship. Few, however, stayed exclusively in the religious realm. As recordings and sheet music pushed gospel into the commercial arena, gospel began to develop a life beyond the church, spreading first among a broad spectrum of African Americans and then to white middle-class audiences. Retail outlets, recording companies, and booking agencies turned gospel into big business, and local church singers emerged as national and international celebrities. Amid these changes, the music acquired increasing significance as a source of black identity. These successes, however, generated fierce controversy. As gospel gained public visibility and broad commercial appeal, debates broke out over the meaning of the music and its message, raising questions about the virtues of commercialism and material values, the contours of racial identity, and the nature of the sacred. Jackson engages these debates to explore how race, faith, and identity became central questions in twentieth-century African American life.
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Fire In The Soul

Author : Joan Borysenko
ISBN : 9780759520707
Genre : Psychology
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The author of the New York Times bestseller Minding the Body, Mending the Mind reveals the power of spiritual optimism: a philosophy that sees life crises as opportunities for personal growth and spiritual transformation.
Category: Psychology