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The Winds Of Grace

Author : Marilyn King
ISBN : 0996725830
Genre : Christian fiction
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Grace Cooper, still reeling from her mother's death, ponders her single parent's final words-a plea for forgiveness. From unopened letters sent twenty years before, she discovers that her father is not dead, as she had been told, but owns a prosperous sugar plantation in Jamaica-and he doesn't even know she exists. Eager to find her father and begin a new life with him, Grace sails to Jamaica, leaving her family and her long-time suitor, Dr. Ethan Boyd, in Charleston. After losing the documents proving her parentage out at sea, Grace is faced with adapting to a strange, new culture and the realization that nothing is as she imagined it would be. Will her father accept her without proof of her identity? How will she deal with the foreman of his sugar plantation, the handsome, cocky Cameron Bartholomew? What mysteries lurk in the Great House, threatening her future, her dreams, and her very life? Unexpected events tear at her heart, but Grace discovers that the winds of change bring with them The Winds of Grace from God for those who belong to Him.
Category: Christian fiction

Beach Winds

Author : Grace Greene
ISBN : 0996875697
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Off-season at Emerald Isle In-season for secrets of the heart... Frannie Denman has been waiting for her life to begin. After several false starts, and a couple of broken hearts, she ends up back with her mother, with whom she doesn't get along, until her elderly uncle gets sick and Frannie goes to Emerald Isle to help manage his affairs while he's recovering. Her uncle's oceanfront home, CAPTAIN'S WALK, isn't fancy, and she isn't a 'beach person, ' but she decides CAPTAIN'S WALK in winter is a great place to hide from her troubles. But Frannie doesn't realize that winter is short in Emerald Isle and the beauty of the ocean and seashore can help heal anyone's heart, especially when her uncle's handyman is the handsome Brian Donovan. Brian has troubles of his own. He sees himself and Frannie as two damaged people who aren't likely to equal a happy 'whole' but he's intrigued by this woman of contradictions. Frannie's mother wants her back home and Brian wants to meet the real woman he senses is hiding behind the good manners and expensive clothing, but Frannie wants to move forward with her life. To do that she needs questions answered. With the right information there's a good chance she'll will be able to affect not only a change in her life, but also a change of heart.

Secrets On The Wind

Author : Stephanie Grace Whitson
ISBN : 0764227858
Genre : Fiction
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This gripping series opens in post-Civil War Nebraska with the discovery of adesperate woman hiding in her cellar. What is her secret?
Category: Fiction

Plant Response To Wind

Author : J. Grace
ISBN : UCAL:B4456757
Genre : Science
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Category: Science

Grace And The Wind

Author : Kristina Dryža
ISBN : 9780992447335
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Grace thinks everything about her life is wrong. When the Wind makes a dramatic entry into her life, it forces Grace to question her sense of reality. Despite her initial reluctance, Grace and the Wind gradually develop an intense relationship through a series of extraordinary conversations. The Wind teaches Grace to perceive life through the wisdom conveyed in nature’s rhythms–circadian cycles, tidal and lunar sequences and the movements of the seasons–so that nature’s intelligence becomes her intelligence. Grace struggles with the teachings, but with the Wind as her guide she discovers how everything creates out of patterns. Could the key to flowing with the rhythms of nature, and not against them, be found in the essence of her name? In Grace and the Wind, futurist Kristina Dryža delivers a modern allegorical novel on how the very nature of life itself is expressed and experienced as rhythmic patterns of energy.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Bend With The Wind

Author : Susy Eto Bauman
ISBN : 0990457109
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Bend with the Wind tells the story of an extraordinary woman, Grace Eto Shibata, and her family in 20th century California. It is the story of one family's belief in the American dream and offers a window into the history of a generation of Japanese Americans growing up in the 1930s and 1940s. As seen through the eyes of the youngest of eight children, Grace's account spans 100 years of her family history, beginning with her parents' immigration to the California's Central Coast in the early twentieth century. The story follows a generation of pioneers whose resilience and determination built strong families and strong communities. It shares the values that bound Grace's tightly knit family and supported Grace throughout her life, a life shaped by World War II, an arranged marriage, a family business, and motherhood. The book presents the story of a gracious and determined individual who learned to reach beyond her comfort zone to attain her own personal goals and dreams. Bend with the Wind celebrates Grace's life as a wife, mother, businesswoman, activist, author, and seventy-four-year-old college graduate. Meticulously researched and beautifully illustrated with documents and photographs of Grace, her family, and the communities in which they lived, this biographical memoir provides the reader with an emotionally satisfying and inspiring life story.

Walks The Fire

Author : Stephanie Grace Whitson
ISBN : 0785279814
Genre : Fiction
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A young pioneer woman, a strong Lakota man, and a land where the two must begin a legacy.
Category: Fiction

How Did I Get Here

Author : Barbara De Angelis
ISBN : 9781429903523
Genre : Self-Help
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All of us find ourselves, at one time or another facing the unexpected and asking "How did I get here?" Whether because of disappointments in love, crises in health, family or finances, professional dissatisfaction, or events beyond your control, life doesn't look like you expected or intended it to. HOW DID I GET HERE? is a groundbreaking inspirational handbook for anyone of any age going through change, challenge or reevaluation in any aspect of their lives. It is about finding your way to renewed hope and happiness from wherever you are. Renowned transformational teacher Barbara De Angelis masterfully guides you through an understanding of your own life lessons, and teaches you how to successfully use whatever you're going through as a springboard for regeneration and rebirth. We live in turbulent times of profound change, and many of us find ourselves at emotional and spiritual crossroads. HOW DID I GET HERE? offers illuminating teachings and practical, innovative techniques that free you to move forward into a life of renewed optimism, true contentment and courageous awakening. With her remarkable blend of timeless wisdom, practical techniques and down-to-earth advice, Barbara De Angelis helps you to : *Recognize and understand the significant transitions, turning points, and wake-up calls on your path *Transform fear into courage, confusion and into vision, and self-doubt into confidence *Turn what appear to be dead ends into doorways *Reclaim your passion and purpose for living and loving *Discover freedom, fulfillment and authenticity from the inside out Written with Barbara De Angelis' trademark eloquence, honesty and compassion, and containing the treasures of her own thirty-five year quest for enlightenment, HOW DID I GET HERE is a more than uplifting, intimate and moving--it is a true transformational manual for achieving emotional and spiritual rebirth that will change your life.
Category: Self-Help

Fall From Grace

Author : Richard North Patterson
ISBN : 9781451617085
Genre : Fiction
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Category: Fiction

Idle Hours The Grace And The Glory

Author : Pat S. Hogeboom
ISBN : 9781453552018
Genre : Fiction
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Notes from readers: I loved Idle Hours! What a terrific story. Once I began to read it, I couldnt put it down. It brought me great joy! Pat is a great writer-storyteller. With so many of the names and places being familiar, it made it that much more interesting. I want to buy more copies for my friends. Its a terrific gift. Dottie Hanly, retired librarian, Connetquot Schools Now this is what I call a great read! The story is so gripping I couldnt put it down. Idle Hours is fascinating in its history of the real Vanderbilts, mixed with the real people of the day. I loved Papa, and Almina. They were such a contrast to Alva and Willie K. I got so interested in Consuelo Im trying to find a copy of her autobiography, The Glitter and the Gold. Thanks Pat, I cant wait for the next book! Sally Bedford
Category: Fiction

The Winds Of Time

Author : Grace Butler Difalco
ISBN : 9781452579924
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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From my earliest memories, I have always felt God's presence in my life. Happy days or troubled ones, wherever I am on my journey, He is with me, and speaking to Him is as natural as breathing. We all come from God, and we return to Him. It is not the temple in which we worship or the colour of our skin, but the way we choose to live our lives. It's the colour of our hearts that matters, and there are only two colours--good choices and bad choices. My inspiration comes from life--the hopes, dreams, tragedies and triumphs of fellow humans and from my own spiritual journey. It comes from my feelings of being connected to the One who gave me life and to those who now walk silently among us. The ocean, a timeless opera, is always a source of inspiration for me and music that leaves me begging for more. Writing brings me closer to God, and if my words bring a little peace, joy or healing to others, then I am truly honoured.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Give The Winds A Mighty Voice

Author : Daniel P. Fuller
ISBN : 9781498207157
Genre : Religion
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For almost thirty years, twenty million people tuned in weekly to Charles E. Fuller and the "Old Fashioned Revival Hour." Sunday after Sunday, they listened over radio as the crowd, gathered in Long Beach Auditorium, wafted the strains of "Jesus Saves" around the world. In this firsthand account Daniel P. Fuller chronicles the life and work of his father, a man whose name is almost synonymous with gospel broadcasting and who founded the theological seminary that bears his name. The strong evangelistic urge that dominated Charles E. Fuller's ministry permeates every page of Give the Winds a Mighty Voice. The early broadcasts, the struggle for financial support to stay on the air, and the sermons full of fiery concern for the lost made Charles E. Fuller an unparalleled phenomenon in the history of religious radio. More than that, he was a personal friend to those who gathered to hear the old gospel preached by a man who believed the whole Bible. Daniel Fuller probes into the deep intentions that motivation his father to strive by faith, and often against seemingly impossible odds, to keep the broadcast going. Quoting from the thousands of letters that arrived daily, he recounts the response that millions made as they listened around the world. The biography of Charles E. Fuller is the story of a religious movement. As you read Give the Winds a Mighty Voice, you will relive both the disappointments and the victories of which so many people were a part. Christians in every land are part of the rich heritage bestowed by Charles E. Fuller through the medium of gospel broadcasting. Your memory of the tradition will be enriched and cherished as you read this moving account of his life and thought. Book jacket.
Category: Religion

Living With Grace Flow And Ease

Author : Cheryl Baldwin and Mary Finerty
ISBN : 9781452588339
Genre : Self-Help
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Grace is a positive influence emanating from a source greater than us. It enhances our spiritual well-being and leads to improved flow and ease in our lives. The authors share powerful stories about living with grace, flow, and ease, and ways you can actively invite these joyful gifts to work for you as part of an awakened, intentional life.
Category: Self-Help


Author : Maggie Gee
ISBN : 9781846591785
Genre : Fiction
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Paula is a victim of mysterious harassment. She lives near the railway line that carries nuclear waste through the heart of London and feels curiously, constantly unwell. Grace, her remarkable eighty-five-year-old aunt, deplores the evils of the modern world. When she, too, is plagued by silent phone calls, she escapes to Seabourne on the South Coast, where nothing ever happens except quiet deaths and holidays. Bruno is a sexually quirky private detective who attacks daisies with scissors, germs with bleach and old ladies for fun. If he follows Grace to Seabourne, can anything save her? Inspired by the real-life murder of anti-nuclear protester Hilda Murrell, Grace is a breathtaking thriller that asks whether, in a bankrupt, dishonest, security-mad Britain, courage and love still count for something. Excellent' The Times Heart-stoppingly exciting' Time Out Maggie Gee's excellent novel treads a sure path between love and fear, taking as its starting point sinister and secret happenings in contemporary England. I read it twice, and it was even better the second time.' Anita Brookner, The Spectator Full of poignancy and power.' Jeannette Winterson
Category: Fiction

More Grace For The Daily Grind

Author : Larry Briney
ISBN : 9781615790807
Genre : Religion
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Larry Briney is a graduate of LIFE Bible College, Los Angeles, Class of 1956, and is currently Associate Pastor of Valley Christian Center in Fresno, California. He has been in active ministry for 53 years, having served churches in Illinois for 5 years, in Eureka, California for 24 years, and in Fresno, California for nearly 24 years. He and his wife Beth have been married for 55 years and have 3 children, 5 grandchildren, and 3 great grandchildren. Larry is a speaker, writer, counselor, multi-media creator, and Macintosh Computer consultant. He has traveled extensively in the Middle East and has led 14 groups on study tours of Israel and other countries in the Mediterranean region.
Category: Religion

Grace And The Drawl Invasion Of Earth

Author : Dale Cusack
ISBN : 9780557082117
Genre : Art
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Grace and the Drawl Invasion of Earth. A young college sophomore, Grace is an unlikely candidate to save the human race. But this wouldn't be the first time this determined young woman has risked her life in battle. This time, however, things are different. Human scientists have witnessed the destructive power of the Drawl for themselves. Driven by sheer hunger, Drawl attacks on humans have increased and become more brazen. In an audacious attack the extra dimensional creatures pour into Grace's world. Meanwhile chief scientist Dr Yang has copied the Drawl technology that allows them to travel between dimensions. The cats are now able to fight beside Grace in her own world. Now, somewhere in the Australian outback, the only thing standing between the humans and the Drawl invasion is an elite band of soldiers fighting side by side with a small group of cats. In a battle that stretches across continents, Grace is hurled from one corner of the earth to another as she helps to repel the invaders.
Category: Art

Outrageous Grace

Author : John Otterbacher
ISBN : 9781408113738
Genre : Travel
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'If you fall far enough, its hard to know when you hit bottom. The air gets sucked out of you on the way down.' This is an inspirational story of a family man struck down with heart failure in his prime - just as he and his wife (and children) had decided to sail a circuit of the Atlantic for a year. Devastated that his plans are thwarted he endures seven operations in eight months as procedure after procedure fails, with heart attacks in between. Finally, he has to endure open heart surgery - and immediately makes plans for his 'trip'. This is the story of an incredibly determined sailor totally unwilling to give up his dream in the face of massive odds. Narrated with present-tense immediacy, this is John's account of drowning in heart disease, fighting back to the surface and sailing on. It begins with him flat on his back in a local health club, gasping for air. It ends 31 months and 4000 miles later when he and his family sail their boat into Schull Harbour, Ireland. Funny, tragic, uplifting, humorous - it will 'speak' not only to timid sailors, wondering if they are brave enough to take that big step (whatever 'big' is in their own terms) but also to anyone facing immense difficulties, setbacks and even life-threatening danger in their non-sailing lives. It is an inspirational story with a message for everyone. Yachting Monthly will publish an extract from the book and do an off the page offer on the book. And the author is prepared to do talks in the UK (he's currently considering an invite to speak at the RGS and the Sailor's Society in 2009). He self-published in the USA where the book was a finalist in the Best Book Award by USA Book News. Most recently it was awarded an Indie Award as Best New Non-Fiction Book of the Year.
Category: Travel

A Grace Given

Author : Kent Gilges
ISBN : 9781594171826
Genre : Faith
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A Grace Given stands apart for its humility, honesty, and genuine devotion. - George Weigel, author of Witness to Hope: The Biography of John Paul II A Grace Given is a decade long window into the metamorphosis of the soul. This is a modern day Pilgrim¿s Progress told with humor, deep love, and unflinching honesty. A book every Christian should read. - Donald E. Wildmon, Founder of the American Family Association and American Family Radio Gilges is a superb writer. - Tina Dennelly, National Catholic Register A Grace Given is a searing debut book about a father¿s life in the shadow of his daughter¿s terminal illness, and the beauty, spiritual growth, and joy that can eventually come from suffering. This is the personal account of the impact that one life, however seemingly insignificant, can have on those around it. Beyond that, it explores the meaning of faith, the growth and deepening of spirituality that comes from suffering, and the gift that a severely handicapped child represents.
Category: Faith