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Preparing For Easter

Author : C. S. Lewis
ISBN : 9780062641656
Genre : Religion
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Together in one special volume, selections from the best of beloved bestselling author C. S. Lewis’s classic works for readers contemplating the "grand miracle" of Jesus’s resurrection. Preparing for Easter is a concise, handy companion for the faithful of all Christian traditions and the curious to help them deepen their knowledge and consideration of this holy season—a time of reflection as we consider Jesus’s sacrifice and his joyous rise from the dead. Carefully curated, each selection in Preparing for Easter draws on a major theme in Lewis’s writings on the Christian life, as well as others that consider why we can have confident faith in what happened on the cross.
Category: Religion

Preparing For Easter

Author : Eduardo F. Pironio
ISBN : 0819858056
Genre : Holy Week sermons
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Category: Holy Week sermons

Preparing For Easter

Author : James L. Evans
ISBN : 0842350160
Genre : Religion
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This family devotional includes readings and activities for the days between Ash Wednesday and Easter Sunday. Each day's reading is accompanied by an object lesson and suggested activities for the whole family.
Category: Religion

Just In Time Easter Services Sermons And Prayers

Author : Kenneth H. Carter, Jr.
ISBN : 9781426728075
Genre : Religion
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Based on the Revised Common Lectionary and broadly ecumenical, this addition to the Just In Time! series provides creative liturgies, sermon helps, and prayers for Easter Vigil, Easter Sunday, and the 40 days of Easter.
Category: Religion


Author : Saviour Pirotta
ISBN : 1404237054
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Introduces this Christian holiday, discussing when it takes place, its history and significance, preparations, Holy Week, Good Friday, and how it is celebrated.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

From Preparation To Passion

Author : Eleanor Cooper Brown
ISBN : 9781609577650
Genre : Religion
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From Preparation to PassionDevotional and Reflective Meditations Celebrating the Lenten SeasonBased On the Lectionary and Celebrated African-American Sacred Songs and HymnodyThere are many devotional books written to help communities of faith and individuals to observe the season of Lent in a devout manner. Here within is another resource that is intended to allow you to truly engage yourself in the preparation and propel you into a Holy passion for Christ by the time you reach Easter. This push to a deeper passion may be enhanced through the connection of the celebrated African-American sacred songs and church hymns. From Preparation to Passion will be a resource you will want to use in subsequent years, as it offers insights through the meditative readings on the message that the music and the Word of God brings!From Preparation to Passion includes meditations highlighting sacred songs such as: "My Tribute," "God Is," "O Didn't It Rain," "I love Thy Kingdom Lord," and more!Excerpt: Jesus' avowal that the church is a "House of Prayer" rather than a den of thieves still applies. As present day pilgrims, prayer should stand as the "sweet communion" that draws us into a deeper love for the church and "her heavenly ways."Eleanor Cooper Brown is member of the United Methodist Church living in Metro Atlanta; she has extensive Music Ministry experience having served in several denominations including the UM, A.M.E. and C.M.E. churches, as pianist, organist, and church choir and music director. She has facilitated choir workshops, spiritual retreats, Bible studies, and worship planning with her local church. Eleanor currently serves as a volunteer member of the Lay Revitalization Ministry for the North Georgia Conference of the United Methodist Church. She deeply loves the beauty sacred music brings to the heart of worship.
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Easter Passover And Other Spring Festivals

Author : Ann Morrill
ISBN : 9781438127934
Genre : Electronic books
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Spring signifies change and a new beginning. A time of longer days and warmer weather, the holidays celebrated during this season reflect this sense of renewal and rebirth. The specific customs and traditions may differ among cultures, but the underlying themes - of honoring life and the triumph of good over evil - remain the same. Although hundreds of festivals occur in the spring, four in particular are widely observed: the Christian Easter celebration, the Hindu celebration of Holi, the Jewish observance of Passover, and the Persian festival of Navruz. Easter, Passover, and Other Spring Festivals discusses how these holidays encourage individuals to gather with family and friends, honor the sacrifices others have made, enjoy special foods, and exchange gifts or tokens of affection.
Category: Electronic books

Preparing For The Gatt

Author : United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition, and Forestry. Subcommittee on Foreign Agricultural Policy
ISBN : UCR:31210008130070
Genre : Agriculture and state
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Good Food Simply Prepared

Author : Joan Styrna
ISBN : 0977198642
Genre : Cooking
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New Cookbook Features Three Generations of Comfort Food Heritage "Good Food Simply Prepared: A Collection of Recipes from 3 Generations of the Styrna Family" by Joan Styrna is a different kind of cookbook. Each recipe in this collection from three generations of one Polish/Lithuanian family has a story to tell about the home and culinary values and traditions that influence every modern cook. Each chapter contains not just easy and tempting recipes, but a history of how they came to this country and how they were passed, and in some ways changed, from grandparent to parent to the author herself. This charming book is the perfect example of a culinary movement that is sweeping the nationsimple food made with fresh from the farm ingredients with a nod to our roots. Many of the easy-to-create recipes have been supplemented with a lively anecdote or story that will bring the reader into another time, place and flavor that shows how culinary traditions are made and kept.
Category: Cooking

Border Visions

Author : Carlos G. VŽlez-Iba–ez
ISBN : 0816516847
Genre : Social Science
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The U.S.-Mexico border region is home to anthropologist Carlos VŽlez-Ib‡–ez. Into these pages he pours nearly half a century of searching and finding answers to the Mexican experience in the southwestern United States. He describes and analyzes the process, as generation upon generation of Mexicans moved north and attempted to create an identity or sense of cultural space and place. In todayÕs border fences he also sees barriers to how Mexicans understand themselves and how they are fundamentally understood. From prehistory to the present, VŽlez-Ib‡–ez traces the intense bumping among Native Americans, Spaniards, and Mexicans, as Mesoamerican populations and ideas moved northward. He demonstrates how cultural glue is constantly replenished by strengthening family ties that reach across both sides of the border. The author describes ways in which Mexicans have resisted and accommodated the dominant culture by creating communities and by forming labor unions, voluntary associations, and cultural movements. He analyzes the distribution of sadness, or overrepresentation of Mexicans in poverty, crime, illness, and war, and shows how that sadness is balanced by creative expressions of literature and art, especially mural art, in the ongoing search for space and place. Here is a book for the nineties and beyond, a book that relates to NAFTA, to complex questions of immigration, and to the expanding population of Mexicans in the U.S.-Mexico border region and other parts of the country. An important new volume for social science, humanities, and Latin American scholars, Border Visions will also attract general readers for its robust narrative and autobiographical edge. For all readers, the book points to new ways of seeing borders, whether they are visible walls of brick and stone or less visible, infinitely more powerful barriers of the mind.
Category: Social Science