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The 3 Big Questions For A Frantic Family

Author : Patrick Lencioni
ISBN : 9780787995324
Genre : Family & Relationships
File Size : 50.90 MB
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The best-selling author of The Five Dysfunctions of a Team presents a fable on the art of successfully managing family life, introducing some simple and practical leadership tools--based on business strategies--that can bring purpose, clarity, and joy to family relationships by overcoming chaos without sacrificing fun and spontaneity.
Category: Family & Relationships

What Makes Me Me

Author : Robert Winston
ISBN : 1465439056
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
File Size : 76.96 MB
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Why do you have brown eyes, hairy fingers, dangly earlobes, or knuckles that crack? Are you a thrill-seeker, a people-person, a computer whizz, or a social wallflower with a morbid fear of spiders? And if so, who's to blame -- your parents or your genes? What Makes Me, Me? is an age-appropriate tour of the tricky subject of biology and how genetic make-up and experience makes everyone unique. Find out what genes and chromosomes are for, why some people are left-footed but right-eyed, and what it takes to become an Olympic athlete or a chess grand master. Diagrams, illustrations, updated images, and the easy-to-understand text in What Makes Me, Me? makes this difficult subject digestible, while tests and quizzes create a personal experience allowing children to see how the information relates to themselves.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Find Me In The Desert

Author : Jonathan Gundersen
ISBN : 9781935909132
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Gundersen shares how God restored wholeness after his family began careening out of control.
Category: Family & Relationships

Mindfulness And The Big Questions

Author : Ben Irvine
ISBN : 9781782404309
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
File Size : 46.78 MB
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"Irvine, a philosopher, strikes an engaging, self-deprecatory tone as he criticizes his field for its aloofness and failure to engage with the world as it is." - The Creativity Post Why am I here? What does it all mean? These are the big questions we all ask ourselves at some point. Offering an enlightening approach to these universal conundrums this book explores how mindfulness can reveal hidden solutions to life’s mysteries. Weaving together philosophy and mindfulness to reveal how we can become wiser and happier simply by paying attention to everyday life, Dr Ben Irvine illustrates how the feeling of existential angst can be turned into a sense of wonder and opportunity. Offering a positive approach to the common problem of existential angst, he teaches how to embrace life’s uncertainties through the transformational practice of mindfulness meditation, and provides practical and thoughtful meditations for everyday life, bringing us back to the here and now.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Be Your Own Beautiful

Author : Devin Brown
ISBN : 9781481716574
Genre : Self-Help
File Size : 46.16 MB
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Be Your Own Beautiful ~ is a book dedicated to inspiring women of all ages and nationalities to always find the beauty within themselves while learning to love who they are. It is important that, as women, we face our insecurities so that we are able to embrace the fullness of our purpose and who God originally destined us to be. Being a woman who has struggled most of my life with anger, it became important to me to find the root of this anger because it had turned me into a person that many people didn’t want to be around, including myself. I chose to share my story because I desire to help as many young ladies/women break free from the pain of their past while embracing the Rare Beauty that awaits within. Once that Rare Beauty is found, I guarantee you will realize that YOU are not an illusion of beauty but the definition of it.
Category: Self-Help

Salt Of The Earth

Author : Travis Gibson
ISBN : 9781477177921
Genre : Fiction
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In this sequel to the novel, Southern Gospel, the residents of Truman County are forced to deal with the fallout from a sensational murder. The fact that the victim is one of the most prominent citizens of the county is shocking enough but when an arrest is made for the crime, its an even bigger surprise. As is to be expected, speculation abounds concerning motive and method. A wide variety of the county population, ranging from teenagers to senior citizens, becomes involved in the investigation and subsequent trial which is not a typical one even by Truman County standards. Against this background, Old Man Teke Thomas and Vern L. Upshaw two well-known Truman County men - are forced to deal with problems of their own, problems that in their own way will have great effects on the general welfare of Truman County. And, as was shown in Southern Gospel, Old Man Teke and Vern L. have their own unique approaches to the solutions of those problems.
Category: Fiction

The Big Questions

Author : Lama Surya Das
ISBN : 9781594862083
Genre : Self-Help
File Size : 59.80 MB
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A leading Western Buddhist scholar and author of Awakening the Buddha offers a series of reflections and insights that challenge readers to develop individual, authentic responses to some of life's most provocative questions, from What is my purpose in life? to What happens after I die?
Category: Self-Help

Leading Kids To Jesus

Author : David Staal
ISBN : 9780310570240
Genre : Religion
File Size : 62.18 MB
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According to a study by George Barna, a person is most likely to become a Christian between the ages of four and fourteen. Yet the majority of evangelism training is designed to reach adults, not children. Leading Kids to Jesus equips children’s ministry leaders with proven principles to help them have life-changing discussions with kids. The focus is exclusively on personal interactions, not corporate presentations or prop-driven illustrations. Readers learn the best ways to communicate God’s love to toddlers, preschoolers, and elementary school children in words they understand. The book adapts two simple communication tools from the bestselling evangelism course Becoming a Contagious Christian, which helps you develop your own three-part story and the four components of the gospel message. Included is a survey of what questions to expect from kids, along with other helps and children’s ministry experience from Willow Creek’s Promiseland staff and volunteers. A companion volume for parents called Leading Your Child to Jesus is also available.
Category: Religion