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Raising A Lady In Waiting

Author : Jackie Kendall
ISBN : 9780768485776
Genre : Religion
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Raising Daughters Who Refuse to Settle In a culture that emphasizes finding the right pair of jeans over waiting for the right man, there is no time to sit back and hope everything just pans out. Mom, you are your daughter’s greatest influence, mentor, and relationship coach. It is time to take action! The most important decision of your daughter’s life is who will be her Master; the second is who will be her “mister.” You play a vital role in preparing her to make this choice. Bestselling author, Jackie Kendall, opens her heart and candidly shares four decades’ worth of experience with mothers who are raising daughters to navigate the challenges of relationships. These principles help you effectively guide your daughter to: • Maintain high relationship standards • Guard her mind from false relationship images • Teach her the value of waiting for God’s best Kids are passing school while flunking in relationships. Raising a Lady in Waiting provides you with the keys necessary to safeguard your daughter from pursuing “Bozos” and prepares her for the “Boaz” God has waiting.
Category: Religion

The Young Lady In Waiting

Author : Jackie Kendall
ISBN : 9780768498615
Genre : Religion
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Waiting for the right man? If you are like most young ladies, you are waiting for the right man, the right career, the right time to become who they are truly meant to be. But God wants you to become the right young lady. He wants to gently mold your willing heart into the lovely young lady He wants you to be. The Lord wants you to become a young lady with a soft heart toward God; devotion and love toward Him; peace in God s plan for you; patience as He prepares your future; purity of heart in every way. It is true that becoming the right young lady is the best first step of becoming a woman who is truly happy and fulfilled.
Category: Religion

Lady In Waiting Student Edition

Author : Jackie Kendall
ISBN : 9780768491272
Genre : Religion
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Lady in Waiting Student Edition is a fresh and exciting way to enhance your personal life and enrich your spiritual journey. This edition of Lady in Waiting includes: Original text of the best-selling book - complete and unabridged! Getting To Know Yourself Better Quizzes - Discover the "real you" with probing and provoking questions such as: 1 - Your non-Christian friends, if asked about your faith, would most likely say: A. "I think she goes to church." 2 - "She doesn't say much, but I know she believes in God." 3 - "I don't agree with everything she says, but she's the nicest person at our school. 4 - "Are you kidding? She's a Christian?" 5 - "She's an OK friend, but she talks about morals and Bible stuff too much." You will learn how to apply the principles taught in Lady in Waiting to your life, knowing that God is with you every step of the way. The questions, quotes, thoughts, and teachings help you become the woman God designed you to be. The spiritual truths you gain will bring you to new places in your experience with God and prepare you for deeper levels of loving relationships. You will have the confidence to step out into life every day with a smile on your face and a song in your heart!
Category: Religion

How To Raise A Lady Revised And Updated

Author : Kay West
ISBN : 9781401604646
Genre : Reference
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The day she was born, you dreamed of all that lay ahead. You envisioned a gracious young girl—the sort of daughter other parents admire—one who knows how to make charming conversation and when to hold her tongue. Polite and considerate, your daughter would know exactly how to behave, whether she was at the ballet with her grandmother or in the stands at a Friday night football game. But that tiny pink bundle wasn’t born knowing the finer points of being a lady. She needs your guidance . . . because honestly, she’ll never know how much perfume is too much or how much gratitude is too little if you don’t explain. Explore these timeless fundamentals of grace, thoughtfulness, and appropriate behavior, and pass along the lessons to your young lady in-the-making.
Category: Reference

Women In Waiting

Author : Julia Ogilvy
ISBN : 9781472901781
Genre : Religion
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The role of women in the Christian Church has been the subject of heated debate in recent years. This July the Church of England's General Synod vote approving the ordination of women bishops announced a new era for women in the church, ushered in after almost 100 years of campaigning. In this powerful book Julia Ogilvy interviews twelve of the most notable Christian women of our time, providing a telling and at times shocking analysis of the situation today. The women - from the Dean of York and the Presiding Bishop in America to Helena Kennedy QC and Dr Elaine Storkey - share some of the pain, disappointment and hurt they have experienced and reflect on the impact of a patriarchal Church on the suffering of women across the world. Their stories are very different but they all share a remarkable faith, humility and determination to fulfil their own calling. Each one is an inspiration to women everywhere and provides a unique insight into the role of the leader in any profession. Contributors include: Lucy Winkett, Rose Hudson-Wilkin, Sheila Watson, Vivienne Faull, Jane Williams, Elaine Storkey, Sarah Coakley, Helena Kennedy, Alison Elliot, Tamsin Merchant, Katherine Jefferts Schori, and Chilton Knudsen.
Category: Religion

Drowned

Author : Nichola Reilly
ISBN : 9781460326701
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Coe is one of the few remaining teenagers on the island of Tides. Deformed and weak, she is constantly reminded that in a world where dry land dwindles at every high tide, she is not welcome. The only bright spot in her harsh and difficult life is the strong, capable Tiam—but love has long ago been forgotten by her society. The only priority is survival. Until the day their King falls ill, leaving no male heir to take his place. Unrest grows, and for reasons Coe cannot comprehend, she is invited into the privileged circle of royal aides. She soon learns that the dying royal is keeping a secret that will change their world forever. Is there an escape from the horrific nightmare that their island home has become? Coe must race to find the answers and save the people she cares about, before their world and everything they know is lost to the waters.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Ladies In Waiting

Author : Jinx Drda
ISBN : 9781463400033
Genre : Fiction
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THE WOMAM WHO WOULD BE PRESIDENT IF..... Women have been waiting for many years to be elected President. In the book "Ladies in Waiting", Brooke Dawson finally breaks the glass ceiling to be elected President in 2020,, OR IS IT JUST A DREAM??
Category: Fiction

The Lady Of The Rivers

Author : Philippa Gregory
ISBN : 9781476746319
Genre : Fiction
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When the death of Joan of Arc shows her the dangers faced by strong women, Jacquetta, a psychic descendant of a river goddess, studies alchemy and becomes the secret wife of Richard Woodville before returning to the court of Henry VI.
Category: Fiction

Lord Nathan The Lady S Plans

Author : Grace Drune
ISBN : 9781312477629
Genre : Fiction
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Under the protection of the lord of the manor, life for the young lord Nathan, on the whole, could be called... Pleasant? But with the death of the lord of the manor and a new lord stepping into the void, life was undoubtedly going to change. Lady of the great house not finished with Nathan, Ellie, Maxwell or the young girls things were bound to get messy... But this messy? Adult content. Book Two of Nathan's journey from victim to victor.
Category: Fiction

F Licit De Genlis

Author : Bonnie Arden Robb
ISBN : 0874139996
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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This study of French writer/educator Felicite de Genlis examines both the way in which she theorized the maternal role in her works and the manner in which she lived out her own maternity. Genlis constructed a politics of motherhood that stretched and modulated the parameters of its socially defined role.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The Prince S Bride

Author : Lisa Kaye Laurel
ISBN : 9781459273108
Genre : Fiction
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ROYAL WEDDINGS ROYAL WEDDINGS. Three small-town women find happily-ever-after with three irresistible princes! THE PRINCE MUST MARRY! The ball had begun, the prince had arrived, and everyone wondered who would be his new bride…. Everyone except Julie Britton. The pretty castle caretaker knew she wasn't it. Despite the fact that she'd loved him, all those years ago…. Then the clock struck midnight, and the guests held their breath. The king was awaiting an announcement, and the bride was nowhere in sight! So Julie did what any devoted employee would do. She stepped up to the hard-hearted, but oh-so-handsome prince, and offered him herself….
Category: Fiction

Hardship And Hope

Author : Carla Waal
ISBN : 0826211208
Genre : Social Science
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Provides the journal entries, diaries, memoirs, and letters of over twenty women living in Missouri from the years 1820 to 1920. Also includes a brief history and background of each woman and her work.
Category: Social Science

Captain Phil Harris

Author : Josh Harris
ISBN : 9781451666083
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The electrifying behind-the-scenes story of the late Deadliest Catch star, from his own two sons. Prior to his untimely death in 2010, Captain Phil Harris was a star of Discovery Channel’s Deadliest Catch, the hit show that follows the exhilarating lives of Alaskan crab fishermen as they brave the vicious Bering Sea. He led his crew through hurricane-force winds and fourstory- high waves, hauling in millions of pounds of crab and raking in millions of dollars. Phil worked hard, but he played even harder. His life on shore—from his rebellious days to his tempestuous marriages, from his addictive habits to his fundamental American success story—could serve as a reality show in itself. He lived his life at Mach speed: the blitz of crab season, the six-figure paydays, the thunderous motorcycles, and the drug-fueled parties. High-speed chases and all-night blackjack binges were par for the course. But as wild as Phil could be, he was always openhearted and infectiously friendly. He was a devoted friend, a loving father, a steadfast captain, and a hero to audiences across America and around the world. His death in 2010, the result of stroke and heart failure at the age of fifty-three, left a hole in the hearts of millions. In this exclusive authorized biography, Phil’s two surviving sons, Josh and Jake Harris, team up with bestselling author Steve Springer and coauthor Blake Chavez to share the thrilling story of Phil’s remarkable life.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Raise The Roof

Author : Pat Summitt
ISBN : 9780307814463
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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"It wasn't a team. It was a tent revival." So says Pat Summitt, the legendary coach whose Tennessee Lady Vols entered the 1997-98 season aiming for an almost unprecedented "three-peat" of NCAA championships. Raise the Roof takes you right inside the locker room of her amazing team, whose inspired mixture of gifted freshmen and seasoned stars produced a standard of play that would change the game of women's basketball forever. The 1997-98 season started innocently enough. One Saturday in August, four young freshmen--Semeka Randall, Tamika Catchings, Ace Clement and Teresa Geter--arrived on the Tennessee campus to begin their college careers. Welcoming them were a number of players from the previous year, including Chamique Holdsclaw and Kellie Jolly. But that night, in a sign of things to come, a simple pickup game turned into an amazing display of basketball brilliance--freshmen against established players, and with barely a shot missed by either side. Suddenly Pat Summitt glimpsed the future: fast, aggressive and hugely talented. This might be the team she'd worked her whole career to coach. As the season got under way, other dramas unfolded. After one emotional team meeting, Summitt realized that many on the team were playing for something more than just the glory of the game: all four freshmen, for example, came from single-parent homes, and the tough circumstances of the majority of the other players seemed to add an extra edge to their desire to win it all. Further, Chamique Holdsclaw, widely regarded as the greatest female player ever, was being dogged by questions about turning pro--and she seemed reluctant to rule it out. Meanwhile, another member of the team began to notice the unwelcome attentions of a fan, who soon turned out to be a full-fledged stalker. All this was behind the scenes; out on the court, the win column was swelling with every game: 8-0, 15-0, 21-0. As 1997 turned into 1998, Pat Summitt began privately to admit that this team had changed her: these kids were so lovable, funny and eager to please that she simply had to let them into her heart. Along the way, the Lady Vols were redefining what women were capable of, trading in old definitions of femininity for new ones--in short, they were keeping score. And by the time they entered the NCAA Final Four tournament in Kansas City, Summitt found herself believing the impossible: despite all the distractions, the 1997-98 Lady Vols could go undefeated, and, in doing so, raise the roof off the sport of women's basketball. Packed with the excitement of a season on the brink of perfection and filled with the comedy and tragedy of one year in the life of a basketball team, Raise the Roof will have readers cheering from the bench for a team of all-conquering players and their astonishing coach.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Over The Top

Author : Spencer Jones
ISBN : 9781473841093
Genre : Fiction
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Although separated from the modern reader by a full century, the First World War continues to generate controversy and interest as the great event upon which modern history pivoted. Not only did the war cull the European peoples of some of their best and brightest, it also led to the destruction of the Austro-Hungarian, German, Ottoman and Russian empires, and paved the way for the Second World War.??This thought-provoking book explores ten alternate scenarios in which the course of the war is changed forever. How would the war have changed had the Germans not attacked France but turned their main thrust against Russia; had the Greeks joined the allies at Gallipoli; or had the British severed the communications of the Ottoman Empire at Alexandretta? What if there was a more decisive outcome at Jutland; if the alternative plans for the Battle of the Somme in 1916 had been put into effect; or if the Americans intervened in 1915, rather 1917???Expertly written by leading military historians, this is a compelling and credible look at what might have been.
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Victoria

Author : A. N. Wilson
ISBN : 9780698170056
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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“[A] shimmering and rather wonderful biography.” —The Guardian (London) When Queen Victoria died in 1901, she had ruled for nearly sixty-four years. She was the mother of nine and grandmother of forty-two and the matriarch of royal Europe through her children’s marriages. To many, Queen Victoria is a ruler shrouded in myth and mystique, an aging, stiff widow paraded as the figurehead to an all-male imperial enterprise. But in truth, Britain’s longest-reigning monarch was one of the most passionate, expressive, humorous, and unconventional women who ever lived, and the story of her life continues to fascinate. A. N. Wilson’s exhaustively researched and definitive biography includes a wealth of new material from previously unseen sources to show us Queen Victoria as she’s never been seen before. Wilson explores the curious set of circumstances that led to Victoria’s coronation, her strange and isolated childhood, her passionate marriage to Prince Albert and his pivotal influence even after death, and her widowhood and subsequent intimate friendship with her Highland servant John Brown, all set against the backdrop of this momentous epoch in Britain’s history—and the world’s. Born at the very moment of the expansion of British political and commercial power across the globe, Victoria went on to chart a unique course for her country even as she became the matriarch of nearly every great dynasty of Europe. Her destiny was thus interwoven with those of millions of people—not just in Europe but in the ever-expanding empire that Britain was becoming throughout the nineteenth century. The famed queen had a face that adorned postage stamps, banners, statues, and busts all over the known world. Wilson’s Victoria is a towering achievement, a masterpiece of biography by a writer at the height of his powers. *Read the book, then watch the PBS series "Victoria," starring Jenna Coleman (Dr. Who), Rufus Sewell (Pillars of the Earth), Dame Diana Rigg (Game of Thrones), and Tom Hughes (About Time).*
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Once Upon A Castle

Author : Nora Roberts
ISBN : 9781101146941
Genre : Fiction
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#1 New York Times bestselling author Nora Roberts presents four enchanting tales of castles, spells, and happily-ever-afters... In Nora Roberts's "Spellbound," a bewitchingly beautiful lady casts a thousand-year love spell on the man of her dreams—and unleashes a nightmare that only true love can conquer. In Jill Gregory's "Castle Doom," a Gypsy's prophecy spells love when an unlikely pair join to fight the ultimate evil—and find themselves in their own battle of hearts. In Ruth Ryan Langan's "Falcon's Lair," a young American travels to England to free her father's friend from a fatal curse—and discovers a helping hand from a charming, handsome spirit. In Marianne Willman's "Dragonspell," a brave young princess sets out to save her kingdom with the help of a meddling sorceress—and wins the heart of a dashing warrior along the way.
Category: Fiction

Women S Fiction

Author : Deborah Philips
ISBN : 9781441150226
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Now in its second edition and with new chapters covering such texts as Elizabeth Gilbert's Eat, Pray, Love and 'yummy mummy' novels such as Allison Pearson's I Don't Know How She Does It, this is a wide-ranging survey of popular women's fiction from 1945 to the present. Examining key trends in popular writing for women in each decade, Women's Fiction offers case study readings of major British and American writers. Through these readings, the book explores how popular texts often neglected by feminist literary criticism have charted the shifting demands, aspirations and expectations of women in the 20th and 21st centuries.
Category: Literary Criticism