A Cup Of Sugar Neighbor

Author: Jeanette Lockerbie
Editor: Moody Publishers
ISBN: 0802492908
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In our increasingly self-sufficient society, neighborliness is scarcely more than a nostalgic memory. Yet the need for sociability is still great—perhaps greater. And as Christians it is our responsibility to reach out and meet that need. A Cup of Sugar, Neighbor is a collection of 100 devotionals providing spiritual encouragement and instruction for being a better neighbor, a better witness, a better friend.

Out Of Darkness

Author: Melba Conaway
Editor: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1456721917
File Size: 22,41 MB
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Meet Angela Graham, a vibrant, young clothing designer who is beset by many crises in her life. Even though she is a child of God, she turns against Him at an early age because of her mothers death. You will become totally absorbed in Angelas dilemmas as the world seems to collapse around her. Observe as she attempts to cope with job difficulties, family unrest, and health issues by relying on her own self-sufficiency. Angela Grahams quest for happiness and meaning in life will bring both joy to the heart and a tear to the eye. As the trials in this young womans life are unveiled, many will get a glimpse of their own weaknesses. This inspiring story will serve as a source of encouragement, and help point its readers to the love and mercy of a great God, who cares for each individual despite ones rebellion, mistakes, and misgivings. Follow the pages of this novel and observe the difference in existence and real living. Come out of the darkness into light.

Stardust Miracle

Author: Edie Ramer
Editor: Blue Walrus Books
ISBN: 0985643714
File Size: 38,92 MB
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A miracle is going to happen... Becky Diedrich is the cheesemaker's daughter. The minister's wife. The good sister. What she's not is her own woman. What she can't be is a mother. And then she catches her husband with another woman. And she moves in with her sister. And she starts to see sparkles. And this is just the beginning...

Miracle Interrupted Set

Author: Edie Ramer
Editor: Blue Walrus Books
ISBN: 1939328098
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Miracle Interrupted Book Set, Books 1, 2 and 3 MUST WORSHIP CATS, a Miracle Interrupted Novella, Book 1 She's a cat on a mission... Only two years old, Cat is tired of being sent to stay with humans who don't appreciate her. She escapes the latest mismatch, deciding this time she'll choose who she stays with, not the other way round. But finding the perfect home is more dangerous than she thought, and for Cat, food and shelter are no longer enough. They must worship her. ______ STARDUST MIRACLE, Miracle Interrupted Book 2 A miracle is going to happen... Becky Diedrich is the cheesemaker's daughter. The minister's wife. The good sister. What she's not is her own woman. What she can't be is a mother. And then she catches her husband with another woman. And she moves in with her sister. And she starts to see sparkles. And this is just the beginning... ______ MIRACLE LANE, Book 3 She forgot how to hate, and now she's learning how to love... Brain-damaged Nia Beaudine can't remember her life before The Accident. Someone intentionally ran over her and left her for dead. Now she's living in the 'witch's house' she inherited in the village of Miracle, relearning how to live on her own. Well, almost on her own - the talking cat helping her cope is a bonus. But when a hate-filled family member shows up with a gun, Nia knows she needs real help. Former Army Sergeant and PTSD sufferer Rob Ackerman regularly covers for his identical twin, the village constable, and answers Nia's emergency call. This strange young woman immediately sees he's not his brother. In return, he sees that the only way she can fully live in her new life is to find out why someone in her old life tried to kill her...and might try again. As they dig up Nia's past, the attraction between them grows. Their brains may be damaged, but their bodies and hearts are working just fine.

Blowing The Lid Off The God Box

Author: Anne Robertson
Editor: Church Publishing, Inc.
ISBN: 0819226270
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What’s in your God-box? Each of us, says author Anne Robertson, builds our own way of understanding God—our “God-box”-- and fills it up with bits of scripture, wisdom, and our experiences of God at work in our lives. It’s a perfectly good way to puzzle out what God means to us. Encountering God through our human limitations, we learn something about the meaning of Incarnation. But to say that our experience of God is the only valid one is to put a lid on the box and create an idol. This book is about examining our God-boxes and bursting them wide open. Blowing the Lid Off the God-Box starts with the ministry of Jesus – who blew the lid off everyone’s God-box by constantly challenging his followers with the unexpected. Subsequent chapters examine the God-boxes we create with scripture, worship, and political and social agendas. In a world marked by extremism on both the right and left, the author calls readers to spiritual balance as they learn to integrate others’ experiences of God, rather than insisting on their own. Anne Robertson is a United Methodist minister who leads a parish in Dover, New Hampshire. Active in the New England Conference of the United Methodist Church, she is a regular columnist for Zion’s Herald, a national publication.

Hawks Mountain

Author: Elizabeth Sinclair
Editor: Bell Bridge Books
ISBN: 1611940222
File Size: 51,32 MB
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Rebecca Hawks has come home to remember who she was before the lure of life as a social worker in a big city nearly destroyed her-and might, still. She's moved back to her family's namesake mountain in West Virginia, where Granny Jo Hawks can help her forget the horrors she'd seen and been unable to prevent. Ex-Navy Corpsman, Nicholas Hart, has moved to Hawks Mountain in hope that its timeless Appalachian serenity will help him overcome his painful war memories. Now Rebecca and Nicholas must find each other-and their chances of a life together after putting the past to rest-on Hawks Mountain. Elizabeth Sinclair is the award-winning, bestselling author of numerous romance novels and two acclaimed instructional books for writers. Her novels have been translated into seven languages and are sold in seventeen countries. She lives in St. Augustine, Florida, with her husband and two dogs.

Niacl Administrative Officer Ao 2020 14 Mock Test Latest Edition Practice Kit

Author: Rohit Manglik
Editor: EduGorilla
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New India Assurance Company Limited (NIACL), based in Mumbai, Maharashtra is a public sector general insurance company of India. It is the largest general insurance company of India on the basis of gross premium collection inclusive of foreign operations. It was founded by Sir Dorabji Tata in 1919, and was nationalized in 1973. NIACL is going to recruit the candidates for the posts of NIACL Administrative (AO) over many vacancies. The New India Assurance Company Limited is a leading General Insurance Company and conducts NIACL exam annually for the posts of NIACL Administrative Officer. NIACL selection process is based on three phases such as Preliminary Exam, Mains Exam and Interview. For getting a name in the final list of selection candidates needs to have passed each and every phase. The minimum qualification required for NIACL Administrative Officer (AO) 2020 exam is, candidates should have Graduate or Post Graduate degree from any government recognized University in any discipline with at least 60% marks for General candidates and 55% marks for SC/ST/PWD candidates. Minimum age required to appear for NIACL AO recruitment 2020 exam is 21 years, and upper age limit is 30 years.

There S More Than Corn

Author: Harold Straugh
ISBN: 0359189148
File Size: 68,24 MB
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29 Short-Stories all based out of Indiana. From werewolves, to vampires, to things never even heard of before. Just know in Indiana, there's more than corn.

Chicken Soup For The Soul My Kind Of America

Author: Amy Newmark
Editor: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1611599733
File Size: 41,80 MB
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"These 101 stories showcase an America filled with good people who volunteer in their communities, help their neighbors, and pride themselves on doing the right thing"--Back cover.

Incredible Short Stories

Author: Michael Reisman
Editor: iUniverse
ISBN: 0595437214
File Size: 20,13 MB
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These short stories contain circumstances, wishes or dreams that all of us have. You may find them very close to your own personal life and easy to relate to. Maybe it was a relative or friend who it happened to or just a dream you woke up from on your pillow. It the emotional content that I pour from my heart to reach yours. Whether it is real or not is just a fine line that we need not distinguish.

True Stories Of False Confessions

Author: Rob Warden
Editor: Northwestern University Press
ISBN: 0810126036
File Size: 39,39 MB
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Collects thirty-eight articles describing how innocent men and women have been coerced into confessing to crimes they did not commit, revealing the questionable methods police officers use to get confessions from suspects.

The Adventure Bible For Nirv Book Of Devotions For Early Readers

Author: Marnie Wooding
Editor: Zonderkidz
ISBN: 0310429536
File Size: 76,87 MB
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Buckle up, hold tight, and get ready for adventure! The NIrV Adventure Bible Book of Devotions for Early Readers takes kids on the ride of their lives. This yearlong devotional carries young children on a thrilling journey of spiritual growth and discovery. Through these exciting fictional stories about kids finding adventure in the real world, boys and girls will be inspired to live a life of faith--the greatest adventure of all.

Eyes Of The Father

Author: Todd Leyden
Editor: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1546274987
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Is it possible we only see a small fraction of what this life has for us? Often, our view is blinded by the things of this world. My family’s seemingly perfect life was dramatically interrupted when a doctor described our son Payton as the sickest kid in an acute-care children’s hospital. As Payton’s life hung on the precipice, the doctors posed three daunting questions that were impossible to fathom with human understanding—ones a parent should never face. The response was not our own, and the years to follow would reveal an improbable journey of faith. Eyes of the Father: Seeing Meaning in the Mirror unlocks a series of inexplicable events that provided assurance and perspective in ways we never could have imagined and begged the question “Why?” This is a story of hope as we cast our eyes on things unseen and the glorious unfolding that is ours, despite difficulty and human despair, to see anew with eyes of the Father.

Persephone Demeter And Aphrodite On The Threshold

Author: Teresa Hannah Treadwell
Editor: LULU
ISBN: 1483408493
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According to myth, the Greek goddesses Persephone, Demeter, and Aphrodite faced difficult decisions about love and children. Now, three mortal women-Tess, Tiffany, and Tanya-face conflicts in the same vein. Each woman is on the threshold of great change, if only they have the strength to go it alone. Tess balances her time among her career, her children, and her husband, but she feels detached from her marriage. It would be easy to leave for her sake, but what about the children? Tiffany, on the other hand, seems to have the perfect marriage; she enjoys being a housewife and mother. Life is wonderful-until she realizes her husband has a secret. Tanya moved from Russia with her daughter, hoping to start a new life in Seattle with Jim, but he is not what he seems. Tanya must make her choice to stay or go, but nothing waits for her in Russia. Three women face life-altering decisions when they meet at their neighborhood clubhouse. Will their new friendships be a help or a hindrance?

An Expendable Man

Author: Margaret Edds
Editor: NYU Press
ISBN: 0814722393
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How is it possible for an innocent man to come within nine days of execution? An Expendable Man answers that question through detailed analysis of the case of Earl Washington Jr., a mentally retarded, black farm hand who was convicted of the 1983 rape and murder of a 19-year-old mother of three in Culpeper, Virginia. He spent almost 18 years in Virginia prisons--9 1/2 of them on death row--for a murder he did not commit. This book reveals the relative ease with which individuals who live at society's margins can be wrongfully convicted, and the extraordinary difficulty of correcting such a wrong once it occurs. Margaret Edds makes the chilling argument that some other "expendable men" almost certainly have been less fortunate than Washington. This, she writes, is "the secret, shameful underbelly" of America's retention of capital punishment. Such wrongful executions may not happen often, but anyone who doubts that innocent people have been executed in the United States should remember the remarkable series of events necessary to save Earl Washington Jr. from such a fate.

Wasted Tales Of A Young Drunk

Author: Mark Judge
Editor: New Word City
ISBN: 164019195X
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The book at the center of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation hearings. Mark Judge describes in vivid detail the privileged milieu in which he and his classmate and friend Brett Kavanaugh were raised and fast times at their all-male preparatory school - benders, blackouts, and hookups. Judge candidly chronicles the twists and turns of his downward spiral into alcoholism. "It soon became obvious," he writes, "that drinking was one of the major forms of recreation at Prep. On Monday morning, the upperclassmen would return from the weekend with stories about keg parties, girls, and hours spent in bars in Georgetown. . . . At Prep, seniors would often go directly from class to a bar. They would even drink with alumni at football games." Cynicism and black humor underscore this hard-edged memoir of a young journalist's alcoholism and subsequent recovery.

Ten Percent Marriage

Author: Robert Wright
Editor: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1599261197
File Size: 63,48 MB
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Robert Henry Wright, Jr., a resident of the Idaho Panhandle since 1988, has published Ten Percent Marriage, a second novel set in the Sandpoint, Idaho, area. Wright categorizes Ten Percent Marriage as a love story, an action story, and as personal relations in an outdoor setting. To escape the horror of a sadistic sexual assault that had left her with an illegitimate child and a shattered life before that life could begin, Emily has been living in a cabin at Arrowhead Point beside Lake Pend d'Oreille in northern Idaho. She had exiled herself there thirty years ago at age seventeen. Harvey considers himself to be one of God's chosen losers, as he had lost at everything he had truly wanted to win: the state high school football championship; his son; and his wife. The final blow was having been presented with an early retirement package and shown to the door. Aimless and defeated, he goes to see a piece of land he had won in a bouré game years before; the land is located at Arrowhead Point beside Lake Pend d'Oreille in northern Idaho. Emily and Harvey meet; they clash; they become attracted to each other; but there are obstacles to overcome. Harvey discovers that there are two Emilys: Ewón and Etú. Ewón is the dominant personality, a passionate artist who has a well developed phobia of males. Etú is fun loving, flirtatious, reckless, and has a mania for males. To Harvey's dismay, Emily is Ewón for ninety percent of the time and Etú for the remaining ten percent. Oth

Broken Souls

Author: Barbara Roose Cramer
Editor: Trafford Publishing
ISBN: 1490776419
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A distraught mother is thrown into prison, and her four young children are swept into the system facing a world of betrayal, deceit, and social atrocities that no child should ever have to bear. Its also the story of Private Investigator Missy Baker and Detective Craig Olson who work in a city filled with police corruption, prostitution, and murdera city where money talks and crime is the norm. The two find themselves helping four little girls who have been mentally, physically, and emotionally betrayed. It is the story of the youngest girl, Becky, who tries to save her three siblings from an undeserved hell on earth and her inspiring journey to where God finds her and Becky finds herself. Broken Souls is the story of Becky, the woman-like child who never gave up.

My Wake Up Fall

Author: Joelle Kantor
Editor: Balboa Press
ISBN: 1982265515
File Size: 42,64 MB
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After a jogging mishap, at the age of 45, Joelle Kantor sustained her fourth traumatic brain injury. That fourth TBI sent her spiraling down a very dark tunnel of agony, depression and deep desperation. For three long years, she fought for her life, exploring every healing protocol she could find... to no avail. She came to realize that brain injuries take time to heal, no matter what treatments are implemented. Joelle’s journey through the depths of hell forced her to go deep within herself to find the strength and courage she needed to survive her tragedy and transform her life.

The Good Sister

Author: Gillian McAllister
Editor: Penguin
ISBN: 0525539409
File Size: 69,42 MB
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An electrifying novel about the unyielding bond between two sisters, which is severely tested when one of them is accused of the worst imaginable crime. Martha and Becky Blackwater are more than sisters--they're each other's lifelines. When Martha finds herself struggling to balance early motherhood and her growing business, Becky steps in to babysit her niece, Layla, without a second thought, bringing the two women closer than ever. But then the unthinkable happens, and Becky is charged with murder. Nine months later, Becky is on trial and maintains her innocence--and so does Martha. Unable to shake the feeling that her sister couldn't possibly be guilty, Martha sets out to uncover exactly what happened that night, and how things could have gone so wrong. As the trial progresses, fault lines between the sisters begin to show--revealing cracks deep in their relationship and threatening the family each has worked so hard to build. With incredible empathy and resounding emotional heft, The Good Sister is a powerhouse of a novel that will lead readers to question everything they know about motherhood, family, and the price of forgiveness.