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Walking On Water

Author : Claire Saxby
ISBN : 1865093947
Genre : Children's stories
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Category: Children's stories

Walk On Water

Author : Heather Gemmen
ISBN : 0781439833
Genre : Religion
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Teaches the w sound with an adaptation of the story of Jesus walking on the water.
Category: Religion

Walking On Water

Author : John F. Deane
ISBN : UOM:39015032986203
Genre : English poetry
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Category: English poetry

Walking On Water

Author : Derrick Jensen
ISBN : 9781603580250
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Remember the days of longing for the hands on the classroom clock to move faster? Most of us would say we love to learn, but we hated school. Why is that? What happens to creativity and individuality as we pass through the educational system? Walking on Water is a startling and provocative look at teaching, writing, creativity, and life by a writer increasingly recognized for his passionate and articulate critique of modern civilization. This time Derrick Jensen brings us into his classroom--whether college or maximum security prison--where he teaches writing. He reveals how schools perpetuate the great illusion that happiness lies outside of ourselves and that learning to please and submit to those in power makes us into lifelong clock-watchers. As a writing teacher Jensen guides his students out of the confines of traditional education to find their own voices, freedom, and creativity. Jensen's great gift as a teacher and writer is to bring us fully alive at the same moment he is making us confront our losses and count our defeats. It is at the center of Walking on Water, a book that is not only a hard-hitting and sometimes scathing critique of our current educational system and not only a hands-on method for learning how to write, but, like Julia Cameron's The Artist's Way, a lesson on how to connect to the core of our creative selves, to the miracle of waking up and arriving breathless (but with dry feet) on the far shore.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

If You Want To Walk On Water You Ve Got To Get Out Of The Boat

Author : John Ortberg
ISBN : 9780310296065
Genre : Religion
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Winner of the 2002 Christianity Today Book Award! You’re One Step Away from the Adventure of Your Life. Deep within you lies the same faith and longing that sent Peter walking across the wind-swept Sea of Galilee toward Jesus. In what ways is the Lord telling you, as he did Peter, "Come"? John Ortberg invites you to consider the incredible potential that awaits you outside your comfort zone. Out on the risky waters of faith, Jesus is waiting to meet you in ways that will change you forever, deepening your character and your trust in God. The experience is terrifying. It’s thrilling beyond belief. It’s everything you’d expect of someone worthy to be called Lord. The choice is yours to know him as only a water-walker can, aligning yourself with God’s purpose for your life in the process. There’s just one requirement: If You Want to Walk on Water, You’ve Got to Get Out of the Boat.
Category: Religion

Walking On Water

Author : Claire Summerhill
ISBN : 9780595341917
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Walking on Water takes you on a life-changing journey to a place where what you've always believed to be impossible becomes possible. Drawing on diverse religious traditions and her own profound life experiences, beloved spiritual teacher Claire Summerhill guides you through seven easy-to-follow steps to a life of unlimited possibility. As you discover how to create the life you have only dreamed of, you will let go of the fears and insecurities that have stopped you before, and take your first bold steps into a totally new kind of existence. With practical and powerful insight, Walking on Water shows you how to: Let go of your limiting beliefs Open yourself to the new vision of life that follows Experience the harmony that comes in learning when to accept things as they are and when to seek change Create results that have previously seemed impossible to you Rejoice in the freedom and breadth of a life lived fully If you're ready for a remarkable adventure into an existence far different from anything you've imagined before, try Walking on Water with Claire. Don't worry, she won't let you drown
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Walking On Water

Author : Randall Kenan
ISBN : UOM:39015045974816
Genre : Social Science
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The account of a six-year journey across North America offers a sense of the state of race relations
Category: Social Science

Men Walking On Water

Author : Emily Schultz
ISBN : 0345811011
Genre : Fiction
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Men Walking on Water opens on a bitter winter's night in 1927, with a motley gang of small-time smugglers huddled on the banks of the Detroit River, peering towards Canada on the opposite side. A catastrophe has just occurred: while driving across the frozen water by moonlight, a decrepit Model T loaded with whisky has broken the ice and gone under--and with it, driver Alfred Moss and a bundle of money. From that defining moment, the novel weaves its startling, enthralling story, with the missing man at its centre, a man who affects all the characters in different ways. In Detroit, a young mother becomes a criminal to pay down the debt her husband, assumed dead, has left behind; a Pentecostal preacher brazenly uses his church to fund his own bootlegging operation even as he lectures against the perils of drink; and across the river, a French-Canadian woman runs her booming brothel business with the permission of the powerful Detroit gangsters who are her patrons. The looming background to this extraordinary story, as compelling as any character, is the city of Detroit--a place of grand dreams and brutal realities in 1927 as it is today, fuelled by capitalist expansion and by the collapse that follows, sitting on the border between countries, its citizens walking precariously across the river between pleasure and abstinence.
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Walking On Water When You Feel Like You Re Drowning

Author : Tommy Nelson
ISBN : 1604826797
Genre : Religion
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Today more people than ever are suffering from emotional distress. Whether they are dealing with depression, anxiety, obsessiveness, fear, worry, or stress, their lives are limited and compromised by the ill-effects. People who suffer from emotional distress often feel isolated and unloved, either by God or by others, and often believe that there is no hope and no way out. There is good news, however! A truly biblical approach to healing emotional distress focuses on a holistic cure that integrates the mind, body, and spirit. Even when we feel truly alone, God is holding us in His hand. Even when we feel truly hopeless, God offers comfort and purpose. And even when we feel like we will never escape the pit of emotional distress, God sets our feet on firm ground and promises to never let us go. No matter what we have been through or what we are going through now, God can bring critically needed healing and transformation into our lives when we adjust what the authors refer to as “stinkin’ thinkin’.”
Category: Religion

Walking On Water

Author : Anthony De Mello
ISBN : 1782181717
Genre : Religion
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This is a book about a path for reaching God in our own time,' says Anthony De Mello at the beginning of Walking on Water. As he moves us along that path, he blends Christian wisdom with Eastern methods of meditation and, in his own inimitable style, draws widely on stories of monks, rabbis, and soldiers, fairy tales and legends, gentle jokes and Zen sayings, along with numerous simple exercises. Fresh, lively, and absorbing, Anthony De Mello's extraordinary insights into the reality of human life, and its divine origins and destination, will come as a breath of fresh air and encouragement to everyone who seeks meaning and purpose in our turbulent world.
Category: Religion

Defy Gravity By Walking On Water

Author : Lisa Newell
ISBN : 9781412099325
Genre : Self-Help
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Defy Gravity By Walking On Water associates ones "purpose in life" with dreams and desires. It motivates the reader to turn dreams and desires into reality.
Category: Self-Help

Walking On Water

Author : Jeremy V. Jones
ISBN : 0830742859
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Surfing is spiritual. Ask most wave riders and they’ll describe some sense of deeper connection with the water, the waves or the power around them. Surfing to them is a spiritual experience. In a subculture that’s traditionally known for its rebellion, here you’ll find a deep undercurrent of faith amongst these top wave riders who share an understanding that the Creator of the waves also desires to know and relate with them. In these pages, you’ll meet top surfers such as C.J. Hobgood, who rose to the top of the surf world but found it ultimately dissatisfying; Bethany Hamilton, a courageous teen who survived a shark attack and returned to the sport; surf legend Tom Curren, a middle-aged father of four whose comeback of sorts is the talk of the surf world; and Al Merrick, a remarkable surfboard shaper who crafts the vehicles ridden by surf stars. Discover what makes these celebrities and others believe that surfing is meaningless without a deep satisfying faith in something more.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Walking On Water

Author : Andy Martin
ISBN : 0749399147
Genre : Surfing
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Category: Surfing

Walking On Water

Author : Robert P. Vande Kappelle
ISBN : 9781725259768
Genre : Religion
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How did Jesus do it? we wonder. How did he walk on water? To which we can imagine Jesus responding, "O ye of literal faith. Walk with me on the waters of life; explore with me the depths of reality." Walking on water is not, as one might think, about staying on the surface of things, but rather about going deep into the ordinary aspects of our lives and finding gold. It is not about exotic miracles or blind faith, but about "living into a new way of thinking." Most of us experience a continual flow of ideas, images, and feelings, clinging to these as if they were us. They are us, but not our True Self. They represent the atomized self, our small imperial ego. While this egocentric False Self is necessary, its role is temporary, a warm-up rather than the adventure itself. To ascertain our True Self, we must lose the false images that no longer serve us, images of God that are insufficient and images of ourselves that are similarly inadequate. Bringing to life tales about labyrinths and quests for the Grail, Walking on Water encourages us to go with Jesus into death and resurrection, encountering the universal Christ there, the True Self that gives all humans final meaning and definition. Such living "saves" us from our smaller and untrue selves, transforms our consciousness, and transports us from limited first-half-of-life living and thinking into second-half-of-life possibilities. The dynamic approach to spirituality described in this book--a transformational journey nourished by myth, metaphor, and mystery--will promote the wisdom, compassion, maturity, and connectedness we all need and desire.
Category: Religion

Walking On Water

Author : Greg Hinnant
ISBN : 9780884198758
Genre : Religion
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Jesus wasn't the only one to walk on water... ...Peter got down out of the boat, and walked on the water... (Mat. 14:29) Just as Jesus empowered Peter to walk safely upon the stormy waters of Galilee, believers today can and should expect that same supernatural power to carry them safely through perilous, terrifying circumstances. In this timely exposition, Greg Hinnant identifies tried-and-true principles from the Word of God that build faith and prepare the faithful for life's stormy seas. He skillfully guides his reader to a radical perspective on adversity and hardship. Contending that more affliction always brings more growth, he helps both seasoned and new believers experience the benefits of seeing God in difficulties as well as blessings. He also sheds light on the trouble spots and critical tests that can mean the difference between defeat and victory. With an emphasis on the love of God, Hinnant encourages the believer to embrace painful trials that ultimately lead to a place of fruitfulness and destiny. He also speaks to church leaders, exhorting them to take the road less traveled instead of serving the popular notion of the day. He challenges all believers to examine the Word closely and to remain vigilant, even after the storms pass. About the author: Greg Hinnant, author of Walking in His Ways and Spiritual Truths for Overcoming Adversity, is a teacher, writer, pastor and expositor of the Word. Called to teach New Testament discipleship and to minister to ministers, Greg has ministered both in America and abroad. He is an instructor with Christian Life School of Theology (Columbus, GA) and has had many articles published in The Evangelist (Evangelical Tract Distributors-Edmonton, Alberta, Canada) and in The Herald of His Coming (USA). Greg resides in High Point, NC. Recent Releases by Greg Hinnant: Word Portraits Precious Pearls From the Proverbs
Category: Religion

Walking On Water

Author : Morningside Writing Ministry
ISBN : 9781490822136
Genre : Religion
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Walking on Water is a compilation of stories and narrative poems that shows God's divine intervention in human lives.
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Walking On Water

Author : Jeffrey Sandidge
ISBN : 9781606476468
Genre : Religion
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Walking on water will show you what to expect when you step out by faith to accomplish your God given assignment. Each Chapter will motivate you to keep pressing forward as you pursue God's call on your life. You will be faced with many challenges in life but God will guide you through them. God will change many things in your life, but above all, God will change you. Expect an exciting journey and expect to finish what God has started. Pastor Jeff is the Senior Pastor at the Kingdom of God Church in Cincinnati, Ohio. Jeff lived the 1st half of his life mastered by sin until he was saved in 1990, called to preach in 1993 and ordained in 1995. He attended Temple Baptist Bible College. Jeff was involved in teaching at his local church, preaching in jails, nursing homes and providing home bible studies for anyone interested. God placed it in Jeff's heart in 1993 to start a church. Pastor Jeff was not raised in church, so he knew that this was something that he could not do without the LORD. In March 2005, the Kingdom of God was born. This nondenominational church focuses on teaching people that God wants to manifest HIS Kingdom through them. "Thy Kingdom come, Thy will be done, In Earth as it is in Heaven"
Category: Religion

Walking On Water

Author : Gretta Mulrooney
ISBN : 9781312203600
Genre : Fiction
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Walking on Water is a novella set in London. A number of characters impact on each other's lives, revealing the truth about old losses, scars and secrets.
Category: Fiction

Walking On Water

Author : Eleanor Goodall
ISBN : 9781458209924
Genre : Fiction
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Twenty-year-old college student Sarah Watson has just arrived in Venice, Italy, to study for a year. Enthralled with the beautiful city and its inhabitants, Sarah quickly acclimates to the maze of narrow streets and canals. With a week until her fall term begins, Sarah is enthusiastically touring Venice when she encounters the first of many who will influence her experience in more ways than she can ever imagine. With a live-life-to-the-fullest outlook and a zeal for exploring a new part of the world, Sarah embraces the sights of the city and its islands across the lagoon, quickly immersing herself in the culture and meeting new international friends that include a handsome American, an Italian waiter, a hotel manager, and a fellow student. As Sarah falls in love with a city and its people, she soon realizes that joys, challenges, and potential dangers are the same—no matter where she lives. Walking on Water is the tale of a college student who embarks on an unforgettable adventure in a magical city.
Category: Fiction

Walking On Water

Author : James O. Gilliom
ISBN : 9781426727559
Genre : Religion
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Connecting the biblical text with contemporary ethos, 'Walking on Water' contains fourteen sermons based on the miracles of Jesus.
Category: Religion