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Facing Death And Finding Hope

Author : Christine Longaker
ISBN : 9781448108268
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Many books have been written on the subject of death and dying over the last twenty-five years, yet none provides a comprehensive spiritual paradigm combined with practical guidance for resounding effectively and compassionately to be most common difficulties and challenges of the dying. Christine's Longaker's uncompromising and uplifting book does it all, and is based on her own personal experiences, her study and work with Sogyal Rinpoche and on the workshops she now holds all over Europe and the USA.
Category: Family & Relationships

Losing Love Having Faith Finding Hope

Author : Terryl Ebony
ISBN : 9781466947702
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Losing Love, Having Faith, and Finding Hope is a must read! This book is an empowering story for all parents. It is about three main characters: Love, the father; Faith, the mother; and Hope, their son. Their story will touch you, making you think about relationships and whether it would be healthier to walk away, even if children are involved. Losing Love, Having Faith, and Finding Hope gives parents an inside view of how their actions can have a negative impact on their child. The book shows how easily things can spiral out of control if the right type of communication is not present within the family. Parents will get some harsh realities about the consequences to their actions, along with very helpful personal and parenting tips. They will also learn the importance of working together for the benefit of their child. Children that relate to this story will be encouraged not to give up on themselves when they feel others have given up on them. Together, families can be restructured and functional despite all parties not living under the same roof; and children do not have to suffer the consequences of their parents actions.
Category: Family & Relationships

Finding Hope When Life S Not Fair

Author : Lee Ezell
ISBN : 9780800787783
Genre : Self-Help
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For everyone who has ever faced faith-shaking events, Lee Ezell chronicles her own journey through pain and loss to hope and reassurance.
Category: Self-Help

God S Presence In The Loss Of A Child

Author : Bill Sanford
ISBN : 9781614487760
Genre : Religion
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God's Presence in the Loss of Child began as simple daily accounts of the author and his wife's trials and emotions and activities during the 12 days in which their daughter was alive and in the hospital, after her birth. Following her unexpected death and through the coming months and years, they began to see and experience God’s blessings and better understand some of HIS plan for their daughter's life and for them. This is a simple story of just how Bill and his wife, dealt with real life as it was quickly thrown at them early one morning in June of 1989. Hopefully, you too, will see just how good God was, and how gracious and merciful HE was to Bill and his wife during that traumatic time in their young lives, and the many years since then, as HE continues to bless them and encourage them as they seek HIS will for their lives. Their prayer is that you too, might experience the same encouragement and strength that they did during that time and even today.
Category: Religion

Finding Hope

Author : Colleen Nelson
ISBN : 9781459732476
Genre : Young Adult Fiction
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2016 VOYA Top Shelf Fiction Selection CCBC’s Best Books for Kids & Teens (Fall 2016) — Starred Selection Hope leaves her small town for a fresh start, but her plans are derailed by an online romance and the appearance of her brother. Hope lives in a small town with nothing to do and nowhere to go. With a drug addict for a brother, she focuses on the only thing that keeps her sane, writing poetry. To escape, she jumps at the chance to attend Ravenhurst Academy as a boarding student. She’ll even put up with the clique-ish Ravens if it means making a fresh start. At first, Ravenhurst is better than Hope could have dreamed. She has a boyfriend and a cool roommate, and she might finally have found a place she can fit in. But can she trust her online boyfriend? And what can she do after her brother shows up at the school gates, desperate for help, and the Ravens turn on her? Trapped and unsure, Hope realizes that if she wants to save her brother, she has to save herself first.
Category: Young Adult Fiction

Finding Hope

Author : SJ McCoy
ISBN : 9781946220233
Genre : Fiction
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His time in Oregon didn’t end the way he’d hoped, and now Chance is back at the ranch. He put himself out there, made an attempt at opening up his heart to happiness, but it didn’t work out. Maybe he’s just not supposed to be happy? That’s what he’s starting to believe—until his Remington brothers convince him he shouldn’t give up Hope just yet. Finding Hope is the second book in the A Chance and a Hope trilogy. Look out for the third and final book Give Hope a Chance.
Category: Fiction

What It Takes

Author : Mark Herzlich
ISBN : 9780698151130
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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In 2011, he became starting linebacker for the New York Giants and triumphed in the Super Bowl—after being told his cancer diagnosis meant he would never play football again.... As a child, Herzlich found an inspiring and grounding force in football, eventually turning his passion into a first-team All-American spot at Boston College. But after being named the conference’s top defensive player his junior season, the budding star was sidelined by a persistent, debilitating pain in his left leg. After months of tests, Herzlich received a shocking diagnosis: He had Ewing’s sarcoma, a rare bone cancer. Doctors put his odds of survival as low as fifteen percent—and no one thought he would be able to run, much less play, again. Then Herzlich learned of a radical alternative treatment that would give him the best chance to regain his strength and maybe even play football again. He had a choice to make, one that would allow him the chance to return to the game he loved, but it came at the risk of his life. Herzlich relied on family, friends, faith, and deep wells of determination to help him through treatment, and his drastic plan worked. Not only could he run, but he was stronger than ever physically, and mentally ready to battle his way to a spot on an NFL roster. When he was passed over by all 32 teams in the draft, he dug deeper and continued his training, winning a spot in the Giants’ training camp, and eventually, on the team. Mark Herzlich fought a battle against cancer, against statistics, and some days against himself. Told with candor and raw emotion, this is a story for anyone who has ever fought to beat the odds, for anyone who has ever been told that what they are about to attempt is next to impossible. Herzlich’s story embodies powerful lessons about what can be achieved through persistence and belief, and he serves as living proof that overcoming the impossible is only the beginning. With a foreword by New York Giants head coach Tom Coughlin
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Finding Hope When A Child Dies

Author : Sukie Miller
ISBN : UVA:X004295793
Genre : Psychology
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Shares stories about other cultures' customs concerning a death of child, and draws on case studies to bring comfort to those experiencing the loss of a child
Category: Psychology

Finding Hope

Author : Lois Winston
ISBN : 9780985968922
Genre : Fiction
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Hope Morgan was always the good girl, doing what her conservative parents expected: she gave up her dream of going to college, became a secretary right out of high school, and married the boy next door. When Hope is suddenly widowed, she finds the courage to pursue her own dreams. Twelve years later, after working full-time and going to school at night, she obtains her degree and is offered a position at a prestigious architectural firm. That’s when her long-exiled libido decides to resurface, and Hope finds herself falling head-over-heels for Ben Schaffer, her married boss. What Hope doesn’t realize is that Ben’s marriage is less than ideal. Within days of Hope starting her new job, Ben’s wife walks out on him and their three-year-old triplets–the same day the nanny lands in the hospital. When Ben can’t find a last-minute replacement, Hope agrees to step in as a temporary nanny–not the best decision she’s ever made, given her raging hormones. Ben is fighting a battle with his own hormones, but an office romance is the last thing he needs or wants. However, he and Hope are no match for three very determined three-year-olds on a mission to find a happy ending. Finalist Romance Writers of America Golden Heart Award (as Liberating Hope) Key words: award-winning, secret baby, comedy, workplace, love triangle, wealthy, second chance, triplets
Category: Fiction

Centering Our Souls

Author : R. Kirby Godsey
ISBN : 0865549850
Genre : Religion
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For more than twenty-five years, R. Kirby Godsey has been a regular in the Chapel Services at Mercer University as a proclaimer of the Word. Collected for the first time, these sermons reveal a vision for the Christian living out one's faith in the world. Godsey's unique prospective requires that the hearer/reader be a critical thinker in their faith. Brought to print for the first time in this book, these sermons serve as a clarion call for faithful and radical discipleship and honesty.
Category: Religion

A Grand Seduction

Author :
ISBN : 9780980473964
Genre : Divorce
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Three friends try to fix their friends marriages only to have everything spiral out of control.
Category: Divorce

Losing Hope

Author : Colleen Hoover
ISBN : 9781471131189
Genre : Fiction
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Sometimes in life, in order to move forward you must face the past… In Hopeless, Sky left no secret unearthed, no feeling unshared and no memory forgotten, but Holder's past remains a mystery. He is haunted by the little girl he let walk away from him and he has spent his entire life searching for her. He had hoped that he would finally gain closure and be able to rid himself of his guilt the moment they were reconnected. But he could not have anticipated that the exact opposite would occur and even more guilt and regret would be thrust upon him. Sometimes in life, if we wish to move forward we must first dig deep into our past and make amends with it. In Losing Hope, readers will learn what was going on inside Holder's head during all those moments that left him feeling hopeless and see whether he can perhaps gain the peace he desperately needs. Praise for Colleen Hoover: 'Brilliant and entertaining' - JAMIE MCGUIRE, New York Times bestselling author ofBeautiful Disaster 'This book will consume you - rip out your heart and piece it back together. I absolutely loved it!' - Paige Toon, author of One Perfect Summer 'Unique, unlike anything out there... Go out and read it already!' - TAMARA WEBBER, New York Times bestselling author of Easy
Category: Fiction

The Lost Secret Of Death

Author : Peter Novak
ISBN : 1612832342
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Novak investigates a belief called the Binary Soul Doctrine (BSD) which states simply that humans possess two souls which split at death, the conscious going on to reincarnate again and again, while the unconscious ends up in a type of limbo judging itself for all eternity. He goes on to explain that long ago the BSD was the primary belief of a single world religion, which since has been broken into more and more fragments. However, he claims that twentieth-century findings, including the work of Freud and Jung, as well as findings of modern neuroscience and Near-Death research, has marked a resurgence of belief in the veracity of the BSD. Novak argues--just as those long ago did--that it is essential for humans to integrate these two souls together before death to avoid the nightmare of being split in two at death. He even offers a few steps to help readers start the process of integration.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Black And White Bible Black And Blue Wife

Author : Ruth A. Tucker
ISBN : 9780310524991
Genre : Religion
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Ruth Tucker recounts a harrowing story of abuse at the hands of her husband—a well-educated, charming preacher no less—in hope that her story would help other women caught in a cycle of domestic violence and offer a balanced biblical approach to counter such abuse for pastors and counselors. Weaving together her shocking story, stories of other women, and powerful stories of husbands who truly have demonstrated Christ’s love to their wives, with reflection on biblical, theological, historical, and contemporary issues surrounding domestic violence, she makes a compelling case for mutuality in marriage and helps women and men become more aware of potential dangers in a doctrine of male headship.
Category: Religion

Affinities And Other Stories

Author : Mary Roberts Rinehart
ISBN : 9781609778880
Genre : Fiction
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Five short stories dealing with the escapades of society women in America and England. CONTENTS: I AFFINITIES II THE FAMILY FRIEND III CLARA'S LITTLE ESCAPADE IV THE BORROWED HOUSE V SAUCE FOR THE GANDER
Category: Fiction

How To Find God In The Bible

Author : Woodrow Kroll
ISBN : 9780307563965
Genre : Religion
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If you want to know God's heart, the best way is to read His Word. Back to the Bible president Woodrow Kroll takes the intimidation out of reading the Bible. Designed to help ordinary people connect with God through His Word, this book explores tangible ways to prepare yourself, define your expectations, and profit from the experience. The author also shares personal discoveries that have revolutionized his understanding of Scripture. You'll find simple keys to understanding the Bible and solid insights on making the intimate connection with God happen. Some people have read God’s Book for years without ever meeting the Author. Do you struggle with the Bible, wondering how to find God in the pages of His Word? Wonder no more! God is waiting for people just like you—spiritual seekers who want to know the truth, who want to meet Him personally. In How to Find God in the Bible, Woodrow Kroll will take you on a fascinating journey of personal discovery. You’ll learn how to understand the world’s most important book, and why you can trust it completely. Inside you’ll uncover insights that can change your life today. And—maybe for the first time—you’ll encounter the God you’ve been looking for all along. Story Behind the Book As a well-known and respected Bible teacher, I have often been asked, "I read that same passage and I didn’t see that in there. How do you find those insights that seem to be hidden to others?" I have written this book to help new believers and those struggling to make sense of their faith or the Bible. It reveals my "secrets" to making sense of the Bible and makes simple what some may view as complicated in God’s Word.
Category: Religion

Finding Faith In The Dark

Author : Laurie Short
ISBN : 9780310337089
Genre : Religion
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Can we trust a God who gives us different answers than we pray for? Who only fully reveals himself when we look back? Who lets us walk in darkness for months (and sometimes years) at a time? In Finding Faith in the Dark, Laurie Short says yes, and through her story and the stories of others, she reveals a God who is able to transform the dark chapters of our lives into opportunities of grace. Maybe you've been there: The husband or wife you stayed faithful to had an affair The death of a spouse or child has torn your heart A diagnosis has taken away your health, your plans and your future When these things happen, we are left wondering "Where is that God who promises to answer our prayers if we trust in Him? Why isn’t my life turning out the way I hoped, let alone how I had planned?” If you are, or have ever been, in that place, this book is for you. And more than helping you find your way out, this book will help you find your way through that place.
Category: Religion

Newsweek

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Genre : Foreign news
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Category: Foreign news

Searching For Hope

Author : Matthew Tully
ISBN : 9780253005977
Genre : Education
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“A gritty, wonderfully honest investigation of life in an urban American high school in the 21st Century.” —Jay Mathews, Washington Post education columnist Searching for Hope is a gripping account of life in a once-great high school in a rough Indianapolis neighborhood. Granted unfiltered access to Manual High throughout an entire school year, award-winning journalist Matthew Tully tells the complex story of the everyday drama, failures, and triumphs in one of the nation’s many troubled urban public high schools. He walks readers into classrooms, offices, and hallways, painting a vivid picture of the profound academic problems, deep frustrations, and apathy that absorb and sometimes consume students, teachers, and administrators. Yet this intimate view also reveals the hopes, dreams, and untapped talents of some amazing individuals. Providing insights into the challenges confronting those who seek to improve the quality of America’s schools, Tully argues that school leaders and policy makers must rally communities to heartfelt engagement with their schools if the crippling social and economic threats to cities such as Indianapolis are to be averted. “[W]hile the book offers no unfamiliar insight into the plight of urban schools, it does give a powerful, ultimately genuine voice to the complicated, imperfect individuals whose victories and hopes are often unreported.” —Publishers Weekly “[T]his keen observation of teens at a troubled high school makes for fascinating reading.” —Library Journal
Category: Education