God I Need To Talk To You About Disrespect

Author: Susan K. Leigh
Editor: God, I Need to Talk to You Abo
ISBN: 9780758608109
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Booklet helps kids think about a behavior and pray about it.

God I Need To Talk To You

Author: Marlene Bagnull
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ISBN: 9780570049821
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As girls between the ages of 10 and 13 read these prayers and make this journal their own, they'll see that God can be closer to them than their closest friends.

God I Need To Talk Collection

Author: Susan Leigh
Editor: Concordia Publishing House
ISBN: 9780758660503
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As children grow, they face all sorts of different temptations and troubles, whether it's lying, being disrespectful, bullying, cheating, feeling sad . . . and the list goes on. And when children give in to these temptations or face these troubles, it's important for them to remember the Good News of God's love and His forgiveness.

Raising Respectful Children In A Disrespectful World

Author: Jill Rigby
Editor: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 9781416542575
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Author and speaker Jill Rigby maintains that our society has substituted self-esteem for self-respect, and in the process, we’ve lost our manners. In this inspirational and practical book, she tells parents how to instill character and purpose in their children without erecting walls of rebellion. In an effort to raise children with a healthy view of themselves, parents have focused on self-esteem rather than self-respect. And author Jill Rigby says there’s a big difference. It’s the difference between self-centered and others-centered children, the difference between performance-driven and purpose-focused teenagers. This book also examines three different styles of parenting—parent-centered, child-centered and character-centered. Parent-centered parents are more concerned with their own agenda than their child’s best interest. Child-centered parents are more concerned with their child’s approval than their child’s well-being. Character-centered parents are more concerned with their child’s character than their child’s comfort. A chapter on the School of Respect gives guidance for tots to teens and what the goal for each age group is and what training is necessary to reach that goal. This chapter also includes thirty-six ways to cultivate a house of respect. Drawing a distinction between performance and purpose, this book maintains that rather than asking what you want your child to do, you ask what you want your child to become. In delineating the difference between being a coach to your child vs being a cheerleader, the author teaches parents the difference in offering false and genuine praise and applauding mediocrity vs engendering excellence. With wisdom and insight, Jill Rigby shares age-appropriate ways to set boundaries with children without building walls of separation. Finally, she calls for parents to discipline (teach) their children rather than punish them.

Singing Was The Easy Part

Author: Vic Damone
Editor: St. Martin's Press
ISBN: 1429982691
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Born Vito Farinola in Bensonhurst, Brooklyn in 1928, Vic worked as an usher at the fabled Paramount Theatre before realizing a dream by shooting to the top of the Billboard Chart in 1947 with his first hit "I Have But One Heart." He was mentored by everyone from Perry Como to Tommy Dorsey. Frank Sinatra praised his voice and became a friend for life, giving him advice on singing and women. Damone had one of the most successful careers ever had by an American pop singer and one of the most glamorous and exciting lives of any guy who lived while the Ratpack reigned. • He was almost thrown out of the window of a New York City hotel by a mobster. • He dated Ava Gardner, who got him drunk for the first time. • He married glamorous Italian actress Ana Maria Pierangeli and later, Diahann Carroll. • He appeared at the Sands Hotel during the glory days of Vegas and once took a nude chorus girl into the steam room where the Ratpack was relaxing. In Singing Was the Easy Part, he talks frankly about his bankruptcy, his many marriages and his belief in God. It's a warm, funny, and inspiring memoir from one of America's greatest pop singers.

Dear Old Book

Author: Myrtle Simpson-Utley
Editor: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1664120696
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I was always curious about the diaries of granny. The family told stories that were passed down generation to generation but the actual diaries in hand will tell the true story of her life. She had faith in God that sustained her through her hardship in life. She lived through historical events that will encourage others to stand firm in their beliefs. Her deafness was no obstacle to her as she wrote the diary books. I hope the readers will be enlightened as they read this book.

The Story Behind Words Of The Bible Explained

Author: Pastor Garrick Bridgeforth Sr
Editor: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1479770442
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I was born in Brooklyn, New York. A child with no father. He passed away when I was one year old, but I went on with life. My mother has six kids. Yes, I was brought up in a group home till I was twelve, moved to Brooklyn to live with my biological mother, and have been with her ever since. Life was hard as a teenager. There were many drugs in my life, anger and resentment to all for the loss of my father, and the homelessness I had to endure. But God, amen, he called me to ministry service at the age of fourteen. I was brought up in the church but backslid for I wanted to live a life with women and drugs, so my nickname was Mr. Sex, Drugs, and Rock and Roll. This life turned me into a bad person with a good heart. I was strung out on crack cocaine and alcohol for three years; but God stepped in, took me out of the abandoned buildings I was sleeping in, and now gave me more than I ever had, because God saw my heart and saved me in 1995 at the Helping Hands Ministry under Pastor Randolph Ferdinand. There I learned how to pray in the spirit, how to believe in God to remove my hurt. There I heard God teach me his laws, and he told me what he wanted me to do. So I grew in the Lord with wisdom, finished the program, obtained a job, worked hard, got married, and became a pastor of the House of Prayer under Apostle Gladis Dugue. There I was blessed by God with a ministry, and I became a Sunday school teacher. I have my associates degree in management and my bachelors degree in science in religion, and I prayed, and God showed me the words in the Bible. He said, You must teach on every word in the Bible before you leave this earth. I began reading the words, and the Holy Spirit guided me into understanding the meaning of the words in the Bible for everyday life. None of the meanings are from the dictionaryall from God to me to you. I would like to thank my wife, Noreen Bridgeforth, who inspired me, my son; Apostle Dugue; Apostle Tyrone Monroe; and House of Prayer, an anointed new beginning where I teach Sunday school. I would like to thank my grandfather Willie Bridgeforth Sr. and my father, Robert, and my mother, Marie Bridgeforth. Thank you to all my family and friends at Helping Hands Ministry and Pastor Randolph Ferdinand.

My God My God

Author: Brenda Hicks-Wiggins
Editor: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1452051917
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MY GOD! MY GOD! When you turn your life over to GOD, the minute you surrender all, it's a long hard road to travel. The enemy gets so busy in your life, shaking and stirring up trouble. But we must remember to keep the faith no matter what comes our way. Life is a challenge, filled with trials and tribulations. MY GOD! MY GOD! is what I feel when I think about GOD'S presence in my life. MY GOD! MY GOD! is what I say when I see the awesome miracles that GOD has performed in my life.God spoke to me one day and said I want you to write about your experience on this faith walk. I pray that these essays will be a blessing to everyone who is seeking to find that close intimate relationship with GOD. I hope I can be an encourager to anyone that is traveling on that straight and narrow path called righteousness. May GOD bless everyone. "Taste and see that the LORD is good; blessed is the man who takes refuge in him. PSALM 34:8

God S Favorite

Author: Lawrence Wright
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Provides a fictional account of the events that took place in Panama in the late 1980's that led to the capture of Panamanian leader Tony Noriega.

Text Messages From God

Author: Jeff Stallinga
Editor: Lulu.com
ISBN: 035981395X
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Don't you sometimes wish that God would send you text messages through the day, giving you advice and encouragement? Well, actually he has already sent you countless messages through the greatest text of all: the Bible. This devotional book for junior high aged students will unlock some of the things God has to say to them from his Word: guidance for their day, comforting words, and challenges for their lives.

Raped In The House Of God

Author: Jim Parker
Editor: iUniverse
ISBN: 0595765610
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Raped in the House of God is an invaluable resource for anyone trying to understand the lifetime effects sexual abuse by priests has on a person's life. Author Jim Parker tells his story of soul murder and his ongoing journey of recovery. His story recounts not only the immediate catastrophic impact of a 12-year-old boy being sexually abused, but how his parents' request to keep the abuse a secret led to over forty years of frustration and self destructive behavior. Parker gives the reader details of how his life has been altered, including: His loss of purpose Inability to achieve in school Distrust of men Failed relationships with family and others Inability to set clear boundaries Years of isolation Three failed marriages Raped in the House of God is a must read for other survivors of clergy sexual abuse, their families, concerned Catholics seeking to better understand the crisis facing their church today, and health care professionals charged with the challenge of helping survivors.

What Don T Kill Me

Author: Lisa Butler
Editor: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 149693931X
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“...Babe, your mother made me a little nervous.” she said with a straight face. I rubbed her arms, “Why? I thought everybody was happy. What’s wrong? I’m here. You can always talk to me. We said we would stay honest and open with each other a long time ago, right?” She nodded, “But she told me to tell you that you need to tell me everything. What was she talking about?” I exhaled as a million thoughts ran through my mind. Where do I start? Let me think... Derek Greene finally had the woman of his dreams, Ciara. Now all he has to do is pray that he’s strong enough to prove that she can move on from being “Damaged Goods,” all while letting her into his life and what ultimately lead him back to her. They say, “What don’t kill you, makes you stronger,” but how strong can one person’s heart be?

Battle Of The Sexes

Author: Wendy Treat
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ISBN: 9780931697319
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The Ursuline Manual Or A Collection Of Prayers Spiritual Exercises C Interspersed With The Various Instructions Necessary For Forming Youth To The Practice Of Solid Piety Arranged For The Young Ladies Educated At The Ursuline Convent Cork Fourth Edition Revised And Enlarged Stereotyped

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The Ursuline Manual Or A Collection Of Prayers Spiritual Exercises Etc

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The Northington Chronicles

Author: L. J. Watts
Editor: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1462879721
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Stephen Northington was ten years old when his parents died. His maternal grandmother, knowing his parents wishes, continued to raise the Northington children as Christians. Stephen grew into a personable, easy going and laid back guy. He is a non-politically correct Christian man without the expected fire-and-brimstone personality whose character is not often challenged. However, even though his Christian beliefs are sometimes questioned non-believers find it hard to argue with him. Kathy Hall was raised with very little religious influence in her life. She grew up in an upper middle class family and was the youngest of four children and the only daughter. She was very popular in high school and college and had the same four best friends all eight years. She grew up to be a very beautiful woman and is successful in her career. But, Kathy is not successful in love and is a divorcee who is also the mother of a very urban preteen daughter, Kendra. Kendra is pampered but not spoiled. She is allowed the freedoms of most urban children. She travels to malls and Chicago attractions using the public transportation systems with her closest friends and knows the Chicago streets better than most adults. She is also well aware of her mother's single-life woes as she watches first hand the men that come in and out of her life and is present when her mother's friends sit around the kitchen table to discuss the details of their romantic adventures and failures. Stephen and Kathy are coworkers at a major corporation and they eventually become acquainted. They are assigned side-by-side cubicles where they become regular coffee chit-chatters. Kathy uses Stephen as a sounding board for her weekly Monday morning pity party cries over her failed relationships. Eventually, Kathy has a revelation as she suddenly sees Stephen in a new light and their lives become intertwined. They find themselves facing life issues that initially create conflict between Kathy and Stephen. The conflict between them begins to subside but increases for Kendra. As they move forward with their lives Stephen is encouraged, Kathy is motivated but Kendra's frustration deepens. The lives of the three of them become more intertwined as they face new and more challenging conflicts. See how these three handles a homosexual couple attending a barbecue at the home of Christians and decide to challenge the host; Kendra develops a friendship with a Christian girl and they become best friends. She watches as her friend gets bullied by a school classmate and tries to encourage her; and Kathy is alarmed and frustrated with the surprising political agendas revealed at the public school Kendra attends and challenges the administration. Stephen, Kathy and Kendra handle these challenges and more in The Northington Chronicles, A New Beginning. Book Reviews: I found reading The Northington Chronicles to be magnetizing. From the opening paragraph you're drawn in with the conflict swirling through Kendra's mind. L. J. Watts has keenly constructed many scenarios that provide the correct amount of tension which makes The Northington Chronicles a compelling can't-put-the-book-down read. Each chapter, each scene, begs both questions and answers. How would I react if this event appeared in my life? Not only are you given a glimpse inside the three main characters lives, you truly get to live vicariously through them as their stories unfold. Kudos to the author and may God continue to bless you. ERW Northington Chronicles: A New Beginning is the best book I've read in years. It's a mixture of everyday life issues with some comedy and drama with a little bit of romance sprinkled in there. There's so much to learn from reading this book including how to biblically (Christ-like) handle situations like bullying, and domestic/civil coupling, etc. It's a great book for book clubs because it causes one to have questions a

The Eleventh Commandment

Author: G. Smith
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ISBN: 9780972903868
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The Christian Church has failed. It has been almost two thousand years since the founder of the Christian Church, Jesus Christ, died upon the cross, yet the Great Commission is not completre. There are more human beings in slavery than ever before in the human experience while pornography and sexual crimes are rampant. Here in the United States, a nation supposedly under God, the percentage of people actively attending the church of their choice has fallen to less than half of what it was 40 years ago. If that were not enough to prove my premise regarding the failure of the Christian Church, every second someone in this world dies of starvation while the organized church ignores the very people it was founded to serve, the lost.

Why Am I Single

Author: FLORENCE KAETU-SMITH
Editor: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 9781453578476
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WHY AM I SINGLE is written for unmarried people, and for those who are in marriage, but emotionally single. This book helps you to fi nd the source of your problem, ignite something in you, that will push you in to a solution. It also highlight reasons for singleness in many continents, namely Europe, America, Africa ETC. Do you know someone who is guilty of these issues discussed, if yes, give them, this book, they will be convicted to change. The Author discussed issues that many people dare not discuss, and this fear has brought about this epidemic of singleness.

Only God

Author: Steve W Taylor
Editor: Steve W. Taylor
ISBN: 1727554833
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I was once a pastor of a successful church that grew and grew. At one point in time, it was the fastest growing church in the city where I was. Hundreds came to Christ or returned to him and I had many friends. Then the bottom fell out of my life and I lost everything. I lost my marriage, my church, and all my friends. I walked around numb for months, trying to make sense of it all. But God knew my heart was his and he gave me a fresh start. He sent me the most amazing woman to stand at my side. Together, we went on a journey that is nothing short of miraculous and amazing. There were also many struggles and tears, as well as many sleepless nights. We endured much opposition and persecution. At one point, my wife died in my arms. When I cried out to God, he sent her back. Through it all, God was faithful. He can even raise the dead! Our story is one of relentless faith in God and his ability to do anything. It will make you laugh and probably cry. You will almost certainly shake your head in disbelief and find yourself praising God. Most of all, we hope that you will be like us and find yourself saying, “Only God!” To Him be all the glory. Steve W. Taylor [email protected]

Living A Life On Fire

Author: David Hernandez
Editor: Trafford Publishing
ISBN: 141203552X
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Living a Life on Fire is both inspiring and practical. David Hernandez Jr. thoroughly explains how a Christian teenager can come into a closer fellowship with God, walk in freedom, be used by God in a greater way, become powerful through prayer, and become mighty through the reading of God's word. If you know a Christian teenager who is struggling to serve God, this is the perfect book for that teen, and if you know a teenager who just wants to know God in a greater way, this is the perfect book for them also. Living a Life on Fire is full of powerful testimonies of God's saving power, captivating word illustrations, answers to some tough questions, interesting yet purposeful stories, extreme challenges, and much more! Living a Life on Fire makes the perfect gift for a teenager who wants to serve God in this ungodly generation. This book will not only challenge teenagers, but this book will also encourage, strengthen, bless, and change the teenager who reads it and applies the principles within the book.