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When God Called Piper Home

Author : Julie Brawner
ISBN : 9781449747664
Genre : Religion
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When God Called Piper Home, by Julie Brawner, is a true story of loss and shares the hope of Christ found in the midst of pain. The book is made up of 12 chapters, pictures, journal entries and resources that have helped along the way. Whether you have lost a child, given birth to a stillborn, experienced a miscarriage, or walked with someone who has—even if you are a mother or father of healthy little ones—this book will minister to your soul. "Julie takes you on an amazing faith-filled journey of grief, love, and healing until you reach a place of holy ground and catch a glimpse of eternity. One of the most moving and inspiring stories I've read in years!"—Susan G. Mathis, author of Countdown for Couples and The ReMarriage Adventure "Piper's story is beautiful and was meant to change so many lives! Through such a heartbreaking loss, this family's faith grows stronger each day. No matter what circumstances you may be facing in your own life, everyone will be able to relate and find inspiration through this story...inspiration to seek God's grace and love and live everyday much differently than we do now! Get comfortable, start reading, and this precious story will find it's way into your heart!" M. Pena After graduating from Texas A&M University, Julie Brawner had no idea what her life had in store for her. But after marrying Dave and entering the coaching world, Julie joined the ministry of her husband—showing young men and women the hope of Christ through sports and in the classroom. Every Tuesday and Friday night during basketball season, you would see Julie and young daughter, Adia, cheering on Coach "Daddy" Brawner from the stands in a Texas high school gym. But as the seasons of life changed, God chose to visit their family in an unexpected way. He dramatically impacted their family and their world when they lost their daughter, Piper Kay, just days before her due date. From the unrelenting touch of God's hand on her heart, Julie began to write. Journey through the story of loss and watch as the hope of Christ Jesus unveils before you. Wrestle in the valleys and climb to the mountaintops with the Brawner family as you allow Piper Kay to leave a mark on your heart unlike any other. Join them—and experience the immeasurable depths of love that shines from the face of the Savior.
Category: Religion

Band Of Angels

Author : Julia Gregson
ISBN : 1439117780
Genre : Fiction
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A STORY OF COURAGE, PASSION, AND HEROISM SET AGAINST ONE OF THE MOST TRAUMATIC WARS IN HISTORY Growing up in Wales, Catherine Carreg has been allowed to run wild, spending her childhood racing ponies along the beach with her friend Deio, the cattle-driver’s son. But Catherine is consumed by a longing to escape the monotony of village life and runs away to London with Deio’s help. Alone in the unfamiliar city, Catherine secures a position in Florence Nightingale’s home for sick governesses. As the nation is gripped by reports of war in the Crimea, Catherine volunteers as a nurse—and her life changes beyond all recognition. Arriving in Scutari, she is immediately thrown into a living nightmare. Amid the madness and chaos, Catherine is forced to grow up quickly, learning the hardest lessons of love and war.
Category: Fiction

Life Of Expressions

Author : Inez
ISBN : 9781450098779
Genre : Poetry
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All emotions that travel through the mind are described as a poetic testimony. Life of Expressions is a collection of poems that enlightens the story of Faith, a girl who struggles to fi nd herself within herself. She is driven by God’s blessings and has love, serenity, and patience; yet she seeks understanding. She withholds her true sensations until she becomes full of words that explode into a life of love, hate, passion, sadness, and happiness.
Category: Poetry

Why Do We Hurt Ourselves

Author : Baptiste Brossard
ISBN : 9780253036438
Genre : Social Science
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Why does an estimated 5% of the general population intentionally and repeatedly hurt themselves? What are the reasons certain people resort to self-injury as a way to manage their daily lives? In Why Do We Hurt Ourselves, sociologist Baptiste Brossard draws on a five-year survey of self-injurers and suggests that the answers can be traced to social, more than personal, causes. Self-injury is not a matter of disturbed individuals resorting to hurting themselves in the face of individual weaknesses and difficulties. Rather, self-injury is the reaction of individuals to the tensions that compose, day after day, the tumultuousness of their social life and position. Self-harm is a practice that people use to self-control and maintain order—to calm down, or to avoid "going haywire" or "breaking everything." More broadly, through this research Brossard works to develop a perspective on the contemporary social world at large, exploring quests for self-control in modern Western societies.
Category: Social Science

Why Sh T Happens

Author : Peter J. Bentley
ISBN : 9781605296609
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Have you ever fallen victim to Murphy's law? Sometimes bad things just happen. In Why Sh*t Happens, esteemed British scientist Peter J. Bentley takes readers on an informative and amusing tour through the least lucky, most accident-prone day of their lives. From sleeping through the alarm clock and burning breakfast to getting caught in the rain and navigating a slippery road, Bentley brilliantly explores disaster and mishap on a molecular level. In the process, he explains the science behind each accident, arming readers with the knowledge to understand what went wrong and how they can steer clear of future harm. Science is respected, trusted, and according to Bentley, largely misunderstood. Why Sh*t Happens urges readers to arm themselves with the power of science in order to better understand the world around them. When a car engine is damaged by the wrong gasoline or a computer is attacked by a virus, science is not to blame, but rather can provide an explanation of what happened. In a text that exudes charm and wit, Bentley reveals the causes behind a wide spectrum of mishaps, including why that razor nick won't stop bleeding, why metal sparks in the microwave, what makes chewing gum stick in hair, and why milk tastes sour when it goes bad. Sh*t will always happen, but now readers will know exactly why. Enter, if you dare, the world of everyday disasters.
Category: Health & Fitness

Creating Meaningful Funeral Ceremonies

Author : Alan Wolfelt
ISBN : 9781317756538
Genre : Psychology
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First published in 1994. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Category: Psychology

It S Beginning To Hurt

Author : James Lasdun
ISBN : 9781446418260
Genre : Fiction
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In sharply evoked settings that range from the wilds of Northern Greece to the beaches of Cape Cod, these intensely dramatic tales chart the metamorphoses of their characters as they fall prey to the gamut of human passions. The lives in them seethe with love, hate, desire, fear, tender corruption and cruel idealism. They rise to unexpected heights of decency, stumble into comic or tragic folly, they throw themselves open to lust, longing, paranoia - but they are always recognisably, illuminatingly, our lives. Winner of the BBC National Short Story Award.
Category: Fiction


Author : Iain M. Duguid
ISBN : 9780310866107
Genre : Religion
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Most Bible commentaries take us on a one-way trip from our world to the world of the Bible. But they leave us there, assuming we can somehow make the return journey on our own. In other words, they focus on the original meaning of the passage but don’t discuss its contemporary application. The information they offer is valuable -- but the job is only half done! The NIV Application Commentary Series helps us with both halves of the interpretive task. This new and unique series shows readers how to bring an ancient message into a modern context. It explains not only what the Bible meant but also how it can speak powerfully today.
Category: Religion

Beyond Life S Storms

Author : Isabel Cuerrier
ISBN : 9781418401689
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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A powerful account of a mother's loss (the death of her daughter, Starr), and subsequent healing journey.
Category: Biography & Autobiography