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Through The Eye Of The Storm

Author : Donna Criswell Owens
ISBN : 9781490817873
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Life’s journeys are often unplanned, yet there is comfort in knowing God is in control. I expected to grow up, to marry, and to have children, but never expected to send those two sons to war or be diagnosed with cancer requiring a bone marrow transplant. Life is full of the unexpected and, therefore, it becomes quite a ride!
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The Storm Of War

Author : Andrew Roberts
ISBN : 9780141938868
Genre : History
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On 2 August 1944, in the wake of the complete destruction of the German Army Group Centre in Belorussia, Winston Churchill mocked Adolf Hitler in the House of Commons by the rank he had reached in the First World War. 'Russian success has been somewhat aided by the strategy of Herr Hitler, of Corporal Hitler,' Churchill jibed. 'Even military idiots find it difficult not to see some faults in his actions.' Andrew Roberts's previous book Masters and Commanders studied the creation of Allied grand strategy; Beating Corporal Hitler now analyses how Axis strategy evolved. Examining the Second World War on every front, Roberts asks whether, with a different decision-making process and a different strategy, the Axis might even have won. Were those German generals who blamed everything on Hitler after the war correct, or were they merely scapegoating their former Führer once he was safely beyond defending himself? In researching this uniquely vivid history of the Second World War Roberts has walked many of the key battlefield and wartime sites of Russia, France, Italy, Germany and the Far East. The book is full of illuminating sidelights on the principle actors that bring their characters and the ways in which they reached decisions into fresh focus.
Category: History

God S Grace In The Midst Of The Storms

Author : Barbara A. Covington
ISBN : 9781452098715
Genre : Self-Help
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What do you do when, in the early years of your marriage, when you are faced with an uninvited illness called schizophrenia? How do you manage a husband who has been stricken with the disease? How do you take care of a baby, home, work and remain sane? This book is both informative and inspirational. The members of this family eventually learn to understand Gods Majesty and what the Holy Spirit is in their lives.
Category: Self-Help

Eye Of The Storm

Author : Janise Collins
ISBN : 1467057266
Genre : Fiction
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EYE OF THE STORM is for the brave at heart and for those who enjoy sensitivity, intelliegence, strength and courage along with family traditions in their romance novels. The O'Dell family is torn asunder when Peter reveals to his mother that he is married. But, then comes the mystery behind how he came to meet his bride. His older brother Randon, is furious at the news and vows to get down to the bottom of this life-shattering, life-altering information. How could his younger brother, just throw away a potential career and pro-ball scholarship so easily? In Randon's search to get some answers, he mets up with his high school sweetheart. Passion and desire flare between them. Could Rosie trust Randon again? Trust doesn't come so easy for Rosie anymore. Despite her misgivings about Randon, her heart tells her its the right thing to do. Your going to love this heartfelt warm story of how the O'Dells overcome obstacle after obstacle in life. This endearing and tender romance remind us that love and forgiveness are the keys needed to unlock the heart.
Category: Fiction

The Storm In The Middle Of The Night

Author : Ronnie Cheatwood
ISBN : 9781589099562
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"The Storm In The Middle Of The Night" is a very helpful and practical book that can be used for self-study or in groups. The author's raw emotions and growth come through clearly as he works the reader through: FEELINGS...It's OK to grieve; QUESTIONS...It's not sinful to ask God questions in your mind; DOUBT; STATEMENTS FROM PEOPLE...Some healthy, others hurtful, dealing with loss; HONEST EMOTIONS; TRANSPARENCY...A pastor can hurt, too; and CHOICE...Deciding to move on.

Cct The Eye Of The Storm

Author : Gene Adcock
ISBN : 9781477269961
Genre : History
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Almost as soon as the second hijacked 767 struck the south tower of the world trade center, Air Force Combat Controllers began to report to their bases and pack their gear. Spread around the world in special tactics squadrons, these airmen would provide the lightly armed U.S. Army Special Forces teams with a number of capabilities that would turn them into world-class killing machines." John D. Gresham Author, "Air Force Combat Controllers at War" Afghanistan 2001 "These single Americans had the power to conjure lightning bolts out of the sky......... .......what happened in Afghanistan is one of the most extraordinary stories in military history." Mark Bowden Author, "Blackhawk Down" Somalia, 1999 "Individually, they are specially selected, specially trained, and, in support of special operations, almost daily bring American airpower to bear on our nation’s enemies. Indeed, they are very remarkable warriors, and this book will help many understand why so many of us hold our Combat Controllers in such incredibly high regard." Dr. James G. Roche Secretary of the United States Air Force 2001 - 2005 "...if you asked what tool of the trade would be the very last they would leave behind, you might be surprised at the answer. You would likely hear that it is not a tool that makes one nervous when it isn’t there, but rather a capability that is not organic to a troop of Delta Operators or Navy SEALs" "Just because you are the best of the best does not mean you are the best at everything. Any Delta operator can vouch for the capabilities of the air force combat controllers, and very rarely goes on a ‘hit’ without the men who wear the scarlet berets." Dalton Fury Delta Force Commander, Tora Bora, December 2001 Author, "Kill Bin Laden" - 2008
Category: History

Katrina And The Need For Revival In The American Church

Author : Jerry Bass
ISBN : 9781490819181
Genre : Religion
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What is it going to take to revive the American church and usher in a spiritual awakening in the country? The author was trapped in a downtown hospital in New Orleans during Hurricane Katrina. From that experience, Jerry Bass believes that God allowed this disaster in order to wake up the church from its spiritual lethargy. This book was written with an overwhelming conviction that revival in the American church is needed. Endorsements "Reading Jerry's book brought about different emotions in me. My first emotion was painful memories of a very difficult time in my life living in a city that was destroyed by Hurricane Katrina. My second emotion was one of hope as Jerry called for revival in our city, state, and nation. Ladies and gentlemen WE NEED REVIVAL in America, and it MUST start in our churches!" ?Fred Luter, Jr., pastor, Franklin Avenue Baptist Church, New Orleans, Louisiana, president, Southern Baptist Convention ?I?ve never seen the need for revival in the Church like I see it now. I pray for revival every day. I did not pray for revival before I read this book nor understand the difference between a revival and evangelization. I have also realized that 2 Chronicles 7:14 is directed to God's people (that includes me!) and not to unbelievers. I believe that many American Christians will be touched by God's Spirit as they read this book and glean from it that revival must start first with them.? ?Bob Leaman, LSU Health/Director of Continuing Dental Education
Category: Religion

The Day The Preacher Was Silenced

Author : Dipth. Hinds
ISBN : 9781479708437
Genre : Religion
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Some doctors are baffled at the fact that Rev. H. Meredith Hinds is still alive today. They are saying he is a living miracle. Twelve years ago, this preacher was diagnosed with cancer of the throat and was not expected to talk again, far less preach. The chief surgeon told him that during the operation, he could not remove much of the tumor because the cancer cells were so aggressive, that they had already spread to the main artery of the brain, as well as the spinal cord. This man was told that the only help available for such a condition as his was radiation treatment. However, he refused to accept the radiation treatment his doctor had prescribed and decided that he would trust God for his healing instead. You will be greatly challenged by the faith of this amazing man of God. "This work is a vital reading for all. It should provide inspiration to those who find themselves in testing situations, and also those in search of faith". Prof. Curwen Best BA (UWI), MPhil (UWI), PhD (Birmingham) Professor of Popular Culture and Literary Studies UWI, Cave Hill Campus, Barbados "Quite frankly, your story should be a "bestseller" here in the USA and abroad. It's not only a great book, but it's personable and genuine and it probes at the heart making you want to seek God's face even more. I also enjoyed that you were not puffed up and afraid to talk about your weaknesses". Marisa, New Jersey
Category: Religion

Eye Of The Storm

Author : Hannah Alexander
ISBN : 9780373444809
Genre : Fiction
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"After one of her patients is murdered, Dr. Megan Bradley has to get away. Away from the crime she saw but couldn't prevent, and away from missionary Gerard Vance, who almost made her trust in love again. Shaken and scared, Megan flees to the one place she can heal--her small Missouri hometown. She never expected Gerard to follow her ... or for danger to find her again. When they discover a murderer lurks in town, Megan will need strength from Gerard--and the Lord--to save lives. Including their own."--Publisher.
Category: Fiction

Story Of The 1900 Galveston Hurricane

Author : Nathan C. Green
ISBN : 9781455612550
Genre : History
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One hundred years after the hurricane of 1900 devastated Galveston, Texas, it remains the most deadly natural disaster in United States history. Although many heeded the warnings of local weatherman Dr. Isaac Monroe Cline, numerous others did not. More than 6,000 souls perished. Shortly after the storm, author Nathan C. Green set out to share with the world the Story of the 1900 Galveston Hurricane . For those who had lost their lives, he would become their voice; for those who had somehow miraculously survived, he would become their chronicler. To further memorialize the events of the Galveston Hurricane, Pelican has reprinted Dr. Isaac Monroe Cline's Storms, Floods and Sunshine: An Autobiography, which it first published in 1945.
Category: History