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Growing Up In Heaven

Author : James Van Praagh
ISBN : 9781446490952
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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James Van Praagh is one of the most famous psychics in the world, whose extraordinary gift enables him to bridge heaven and earth. Drawing on nearly three decades of spirit communication, in Growing Up in Heaven he takes us on a powerful, emotional and ultimately inspiring journey to the other side. With compassion and insight, he offers a detailed portrayal of a child's soul on its journey from this world to the next. Through true stories and messages from those who have passed over, he explains the unbreakable bond between parent and child while offering us an amazing vision of heaven. Van Praagh proves that love transcends the physical and material planes of this world, and offers compelling evidence that our departed ones, however young and tragically taken, will always be a part of our lives.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Growing Up Golden

Author : Mindy Ward
ISBN : 9781465397225
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Although there are many pristine lakes surrounding the Spokane area in Washington State, none compared to our Deer Lake and the memories of the summers we spent growing up there. It was a space in time from 1951 through 1960. The children of a less complicated era, we were allowed the freedoms about which children today can only dream. The stories, song titles, poetry and recipes within the pages of this book are straight forward, like that time in our lives. The events experienced remain unique and unforgettable like the vivid hues of wildflowers pressed into our hearts.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Heaven In The American Imagination

Author : Gary Scott Smith
ISBN : 9780199831975
Genre : Religion
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Does heaven exist? If so, what is it like? And how does one get in? Throughout history, painters, poets, philosophers, pastors, and many ordinary people have pondered these questions. Perhaps no other topic captures the popular imagination quite like heaven. Gary Scott Smith examines how Americans from the Puritans to the present have imagined heaven. He argues that whether Americans have perceived heaven as reality or fantasy, as God's home or a human invention, as a source of inspiration and comfort or an opiate that distracts from earthly life, or as a place of worship or a perpetual playground has varied largely according to the spirit of the age. In the colonial era, conceptions of heaven focused primarily on the glory of God. For the Victorians, heaven was a warm, comfortable home where people would live forever with their family and friends. Today, heaven is often less distinctively Christian and more of a celestial entertainment center or a paradise where everyone can reach his full potential. Drawing on an astounding array of sources, including works of art, music, sociology, psychology, folklore, liturgy, sermons, poetry, fiction, jokes, and devotional books, Smith paints a sweeping, provocative portrait of what Americans-from Jonathan Edwards to Mitch Albom-have thought about heaven.
Category: Religion

Flaxie Growing Up

Author : Sophie May
ISBN : UOM:39076002576044
Genre : Brothers and sisters
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In the sixth (last) book of the series, Flaxie is now 12 years-old. The story follows her somewhat strained relationship with her brothers and sisters, and an adventurous campout Flaxie enjoys with her friends. The series comes to a conclusion in Flaxie's 13th year at Christmas time.
Category: Brothers and sisters

Growing Up In A Hutterite Colony

Author : Peter Tschetter
ISBN : 9781466964082
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Reflections Reading Peter Tschetter's book Growing Up in a Hutterite Colony is a personal reminiscent collection of stories of a generation living during transition times to a more convenient way of living on the prairie of South Dakota. One can get a gimpse of the living conditions of that generation whether one was in communal living or in community living. Peter has expressed believing that a Christ-centered life is lived by allowing the Holy Spirit of God to move one to live in a way that show's God's grace. That a Christ-centered life mst reflect a heart filled with the testimony of Jesus of those who claim His name---thereby giving real meaning to their own being. "Pete", as affectionately known, has expressed a desire to write down more stories of his childhood. His rich eperiences and also those involved should be read and not fall forgotten to the ages. I encourage him and the Hutterite people to share their life of communal living in this unique American sub-culture. - - Dawn (Hofer) Stahl
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Growing Up In The West

Author : Edwin Muir
ISBN : 9781847674708
Genre : Fiction
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A man returns to France to unravel the truth about his father’s actions during WWII in “a novel of scope, substance and strength all too rare today” (Spectator). Widely acclaimed as Allan Massie’s finest novel, A Question of Loyalties explores the complexities of loyalty, nationality, and family legacy after the horrors of World War II. Rife with the anguish of hindsight and the irony of circumstance, this powerful book is “addictively narrated . . . Out of one broken man’s story evolves the weighty history and treachery of a whole era” (The Times). Etienne de Balafré, half French, half English, and raised in South Africa, returns to postwar France to unravel the tangled history of his father. Was Lucien de Balafré a patriot who served his country as best he could in difficult times, or a treacherous collaborator in the Vichy government? “I have no hesitation in calling it a major novel . . . Massie here has vigorously pushed back the narrowing boundaries of English fiction.” —Spectator
Category: Fiction

Growing Up To Be A Child

Author : Peter Sidebotham
ISBN : 9781490840666
Genre : Religion
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This book, written by a consultant paediatrician, offers unique perspectives on child development and parenting, and on Christian life and discipleship. In it, Dr Sidebotham interweaves his own professional observations and understanding of the processes of child development with a very personal engagement with his daughter as she grows, reflections on his role as a father, and on his own journey of faith. Dr Sidebotham looks at a childs development from the point of view of the Shema prayer: love the Lord your God with all your heart, soul, mind, and strength. He uses that as a basis to explore what it might mean for Christian disciples to become like a little child. The personal nature of the book is a winner. It is generous and inclusive. A lovely book. Elaine Storkey, President of Tear Fund A beautiful and worthy book. Readers will find this a delight to read. Scott Bessenecker. Associate Director of Missions, InterVarsity Christian Fellowship A beautiful account of a fathers love for his daughter, weaving the spiritual, personal and professional into a testimony of Gods abundant gift of life in all its fullness: moving and inspiring. Keith Sinclair, Bishop of Birkenhead
Category: Religion

Heaven In 77

Author : Mark Steinbach
ISBN : 9781490801698
Genre : Religion
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This is the true story of Mark’s Near Death Experience. It is an exciting and detailed account of his glimpse of the depths of Hell and of his journey to the glorious heights of Heaven. Initially he wrote his story for his family and his friends. But soon he realized that his story might be useful and meaningful for people everywhere. Come with him now, as together you visit Heaven in ‘77.
Category: Religion

Playmates From Heaven

Author : Gilda Jean Rose
ISBN : 1458203670
Genre : Self-Help
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As children, many of us have special, invisible playmates. We run and play with them; we turn to them when we are lonely. They stand by our side when times are difficult. For some, those playmates are extra special, because they are sent from the heavenly Father. In Playmates from Heaven, author Gilda Jean Rose tells the story of her invisible childhood playmates, sent to her from the heavenly Father. Like “ordinary” invisible friends—at least invisible to others—she ran with them beside her, flying free, and played with them. But they were more. The heavenly Father sent them to stand by her and protect her. And while many childhood playmates leave us as we mature, the ones sent to Rose by God have stayed with her throughout her life. Rose’s personal stories in Playmates from Heaven reflect the courage and comfort that come from trusting in God, whose love is extended to all who believe in Him and entrust themselves to the care of His ministering angels. They are playmates and protectors for life.
Category: Self-Help

The Difference Heaven Makes

Author : Christopher Morse
ISBN : 9780567027337
Genre : Religion
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By focusing upon a rehearing of the Gospel news of heaven today, the author invites readers to exercise a "post-modern permission" to listen to this testimony without either the usual modernist earplugs or an uncritical post-modern "make believe." Without attempting to retrace the history of images and interpretations of heaven, Morse seeks rather to draw upon this background to get to the heart of the issue of modern eschatological and apocalyptic discussion by proposing in the foreground a "thought experiment".
Category: Religion

Growing Up A Friend Of Jesus

Author : Jean-Paul Bérubé
ISBN : 2895070415
Genre : Children
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Offers children ongoing initiation into a life of prayer in a variety of creative ways. It gives parents a practical tool to help them initiate conversations with their children about their faith, their problems, their values and concerns.
Category: Children

Growing Up A Sullen Baptist And Other Lies

Author : Robert Flynn
ISBN : 1574411276
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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This is an eclectic array of seventeen essays, all of which will evoke a direct and immediate response. Ranging from humorous to satirical, from persuasive to sarcastic, Flynn moves from preaching to the choir to preaching at the choir. Trained as both a Baptist and a Marine, he explores the concepts gleaned from a world that this training did not equip him to control, improve, or escape. Flynn admits he has tried to meld the pretty presumption of the Baptists that "all men are brothers" with the hard presumption of the Marines that "you will attack until I say you are dead." He calls the result an unholy view of the world in which he lives and survives, alternating between humor and anger.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Growing Up With God

Author : Nancy Cocks
ISBN : 2895071683
Genre : Religion
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"One way to help children ""grow up with God"" is through storytelling. By telling children stories that speak of their concerns, by listening to the stories that children long to tell, and by exploring their questions, parents and teachers can help them to grow up trusting God. This book is a how-to manual, developing the latent storyteller in each person; a workbook, showing how to interact with children using stories; and a treasury of stories with which to practice, play and, most importantly, tell."
Category: Religion

Growing Up Latino

Author : Harold Augenbraum
ISBN : 0395661242
Genre : Literary Collections
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Features the writing of Sandra Cisneros, Oscar Hijuelos, Rudolfo Anaya, Julia Alvarez, and others
Category: Literary Collections

The Keys From Heaven To Earth

Author : Norma Beloved
ISBN : 9781491754726
Genre : Religion
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The most trilling part about this is when I get pulled over on the other side of the rainbow by in archangel and the Angel said to me for you have asked and we are here to lead you on the right pathway to the Kingdom of the most high host. And the land were abundant and his beauty. And the appearing of the most beautiful bright light I ever seen pulled me in a dimensional journey. Where there is all beauty of waterfalls and mountains and flowers and trees in the land this is where I befriend the three Giants Abraham and Nora an John they were great builders of this land where they built castles bridges and also made a time travel digital disc with the ability to transform energy of technical technology intelligence laser light thrown into the Earth atmosphere an underneath the foundation to make the foundation of the earth stronger to withstand technology by the two great mountains that stand in great heights. And the time travel had the ability to plant the good seed in the poorest countries for the soil to reproduce and for the foundations of the water to flow to every country the abundant were sent from the hidden mystery promises land of Paradise and there were great healings all over the world for the Peoples from the hand of Jesus Christ.
Category: Religion

Chasing Shadows

Author : Sue Parker
ISBN : 9781452527154
Genre : Religion
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It is often said life is at its cruelest when a parent outlives his or her child. As unnatural as that may seem, many parents find themselves in that position. Whether caused by disease, illness, accident, crime, or suicide, parents can find themselves making funeral arrangements rather than planning a child’s birthday party, graduation, or wedding. Author Sue Parker knows firsthand what that is like. In Chasing Shadows: A Mother’s Attempt to Process Her Grief, Parker shares her experiences after the death of her youngest child. For much of 2012, Rowan said he wouldn’t live to see 2013. After all, the Mayan calendar ended on December 22, 2012, so he reckoned everyone was going to die. Rather than dwell on the negativity, he grabbed every opportunity with enormous enthusiasm, including a quad bike ride that cost him his life on Boxing Day. Bereft, heartbroken, in a state of total shock, and struggling to survive, Parker felt she had two choices. She could follow him over a cliff or try to make some sense of the tragic turn her family’s lives had taken. Everyone’s experiences are different, but in Chasing Shadows: A Mother’s Attempt to Process Her Grief, those going through similar circumstances may find help in knowing what to do to go forward. You’ll discover the path forward is not always easy, and there will likely be times when you find yourself wondering, Why bother? Through her experience, Parker shows you can go on, and you should.
Category: Religion

100 Things I Learned In Heaven

Author : Karen Bauer
ISBN : 9781452522906
Genre : Religion
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While living in Singapore in 1996, Karen Bauer, from Iowa, became ill and felt darkness descend upon her family. When the illness worsened and many frightening events began to occur, she consistently prayed to God and all of heaven for help. After she had a traumatic brain injury in 2003, her spiritual vision was opened and she felt as though she was living in a nightmare while being fully awake. As a last resort in 2004, she sought help from a spiritual healer and hypnotherapist from Hong Kong named Mabel. During her first meeting with her, a huge powerful angel appeared. From that moment on, she was changed forever. Hypnotherapy uncovered a near-death experience and severe head trauma from her childhood that catapulted her into these spiritual realms at an early age. The following years were saturated with many trips to heaven for lessons and healing and numerous angelic visitations. She was healed and she discovered her true soul purpose. She longed to tell everyone she knew about what she experienced in heaven, but fear kept her silent. Now, almost ten years after her first journey to heaven, she feels called to share everything that she learned and experienced with all of mankind! In 100 Things I learned in Heaven, Karen shares all of the lessons she learned from God and the angels, describes in full detail everything that she felt and saw while ascending to and in heaven, and discloses what she learned about the darkness. She believes that if everyone knew how much love and help they have in heaven and how all of heaven is just waiting for us to ask for assistance in every situation, it would change their lives forever and they would be free to live with increased hope, trust, power, and joy
Category: Religion