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Joys Of Christian Humour

Author : Judson Cornelius
ISBN : 8171099025
Genre : Christian life
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A little book that could bring happy moments into your life.

Werner S Magazine

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ISBN : UCAL:B3099344
Genre : Elocution
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Littell S Living Age

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The Living Age

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ISBN : UCAL:B2895173
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The Singing Thing Too

Author : John L. Bell
ISBN : 1579996906
Genre : Music
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Werner S Magazine

Author : Edgar S. Werner
ISBN : CORNELL:31924067333736
Genre : Elocution
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My Life As I Remember It

Author : Billy D. Smith
ISBN : 1449024009
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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In writing my book I tried, to the best of my memory (and with the help of a lot of people), to relate and have a true story about the things that we did as children and adults about growing up and living in a small town in Alabama. Even though times were hard then, I feel very fortunate to have grown up during that time and in that place. I believe that my life has been guided and protected by a Higher Being and I thank God for looking after me and guiding my life. I also had some great teachers which I am thankful for knowing. Most of our teachers loved us and tried to help, when they could, to prepare for our future. All this gave me confidence to go into adult life and knew that I had my future in my hand and could make my life and that I alone am responsible for my actions. I believe that growing up in Roanoke gave me the knowledge and background to have a great life, for which I am thankful, and I hope for many more good years.

Born In The Darkest Time Of Year

Author : Andrew Marr
ISBN : 9780595326334
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At Christmas anything can happen: Scott creates a crisis for his family when the only thing he wants for Christmas is a unicorn. While spending Christmas in England, John meets a family from Cromwell's time. A ghost appears to Rose Lee just before Christmas and desperately tries to get her attention. Christopher goes out to his back yard to meet space aliens who have just landed on Christmas Eve. Martha searches her house for a treasure that a professional wise man says can be found in her home. Danny, a teenage boy genius, uses his time machine to see the future of Christmas. Charley meets a strange dog just before Christmas whose eyes turn red when aroused. This volume contains fifteen tales that catch the mystery, enchantment, and hope of the Christmas season for readers of all ages.

Villefrance

Author : George Callaghan
ISBN : 9781483408965
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Merde! Disaster! Brendas stiff upper lip and sense of fair play are shattered, like her endeavors to beautify this crumbling, weary excuse of a French Village. Who could have done this?! The mutterings of disgruntled citizens, resentment towards the woman from the land that a Frenchman pees in the direction of! And those Colonials! Brazenly disregarding middle class etiquette! Well really! One must not let standards slip! Is this the end of her Camelot? Will the mists clear to reveal a village in turmoil? Poor Brenda! Her world values are in tatters as she systematically trawls through her list of the bizarre oddballs that she could have provoked. " A hilarious look at over romanticized village life" " The rose colored glasses are off to reveal what seethes beneath idyllic French life" " Buying a house in France? Think again!"

The Cornhill Magazine

Author : William Makepeace Thackeray
ISBN : UIUC:30112118707782
Genre : Electronic journals
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The Musician S Leisure Hour

Author : Jacob Rosewald
ISBN : UCBK:C047547611
Genre : Music
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Flowers In The Snow

Author : Danielle Stewart
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In the 1960s, Edenville, North Carolina is full of rules. Sagging under the weight of racism and segregation the small community finds itself at a dangerous tipping point. Eleven-year-old Betty Grafton believes the world is fair. She knows there are worse places to live than Edenville. Unaware of the wars waging around her, she spends her days patting horses in the field and running errands for her mother. The world she doesn’t see, full of turmoil and unrest, is hiding just below the surface. One day, she has no choice but to see what’s been right in front of her all along. Alma knows where to walk. She knows who to talk to and which fountain she can drink out of. Her mother, Winnie, spares no opportunity to remind her how dangerous it is to be a little black girl in the South. When a chance encounter puts Betty face to face with the peril that exists in her own hometown, everything she knows turns upside down. The world isn’t as fair or safe as she’d imagined. Her family is the Klan. Her friends are the enemy. And nothing makes sense anymore. Although the world demands they stay apart, Alma and Betty forge a secret friendship. One that could cost them their lives.

Blitz Your Life

Author : Tim Shaw
ISBN : 9780998325309
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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If you've ever dreamed of something more in life, this book is for you. Winner in two categories at the 2018 Benjamin Franklin Awards, Blitz Your Life is a collection of reflections from a former NFL linebacker on a life lived fearlessly and challenges from a man with a sense of urgency for impact. These powerful stories range from Tim's time on the football field to the radically different life and goals that resulted from his diagnosis with ALS in 2014. Tim also shares stories of ordinary people who have faced everyday challenges and accomplished extraordinary things. Whether they sweep floors or rebuild neighborhoods or make music, all are living lives that make a difference. At times funny and others serious, Tim encourages readers to write their own goals and stories while pursuing their dreams. Through his whiteboard challenges, he provides practical help that takes readers on a road to success. From his NFL days to his support of ALS awareness, this fighter's message is a courageous call to find and enjoy a life with purpose.

The Choir Director

Author : Carl Weber
ISBN : 9781617730344
Genre : Fiction
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SOON TO BE A MAJOR MOTION PICTURE New York Times bestselling author Carl Weber takes readers back to church—where preaching isn’t always enough . . . Bishop T.K. Wilson has done all he can to make First Jamaica Ministries a success. But with his last choir director getting caught in a scandal, attendance and cash flow are down. To fill the pews and collection plates, Bishop is counting on a new choir director, the charismatic Aaron Mackie, to revive the church. Aaron has been waiting his entire life to prove he has what it takes to be a big-time choir director. But his ways around women, past and present, could cost him more than his job. Soon, the Bishop is dealing with in-fighting, jealousies, and personal vendettas. But a final piece of the puzzle has yet to be revealed: Someone has been robbing the church blind. Someone whose connection to the Bishop is far too close for comfort . . . CATCH UP WITH BISHOP T.K. WILSON AND CHURCH MEMBERS IN THESE BOOKS So You Call Yourself a Man The First Lady Up to No Good The Choir Director

Harper S Weekly

Author : John Bonner
ISBN : UOM:39015013724433
Genre : United States
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God S Stories

Author : Sharon Lynn Davy
ISBN : 9781477152232
Genre : Religion
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I know that all of us have God Stories to share. If we are still, we can see the hand of God daily. God is always there watching over us and directing our paths. These stories of God s intervention will show you His faithfulness and abundant love that He pours out on His children . It is my hope that these stories will touch the hearts of many. Over the last 11 years as I was experiencing the various storms of life I would see that God was ever present. I would spend time in prayer and reading His Word. He would comfort me and speak to me. When the storms were calmed, I would sit down and write the story. I can take no credit for this book. This is not about me but all about God. I give Him all the glory.

Can T Stop Walking

Author : Murphy V. S. Anderson
ISBN : 9781725295568
Genre : Religion
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Can’t Stop Walking: Every Walk Must First Begin with a Step, Purpose, and Direction is a stunning and incisive nonfictional narrative which critiques some of the cultural, traditional, and societal issues which impacted and challenged the lives of many Liberians, especially the youth who suffered, bled, and died in their ignorance during the Liberian Civil War. This is a book uniquely written to bring the readers mentally closer to some information and experiences that may seem unrealistic but true, inconceivable or trivia but factual. The book reveals the tireless and unwavering efforts made by two friends bound together in one faith and purpose with a desire to change the mindset of youths who were actively involved in a civil war. It discusses how these two friends nonviolently challenged the culture, tradition, and societal elites of a small town by engaging the youth and elders through the “Trinity Plan” and helped transform a struggling church threatened by dogmas and traditional practices.

Childhood In A Welsh Mining Valley

Author : Vivian Jones
ISBN : 9781784614799
Genre : History
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Vivian Jones recounts with great warmth his childhood in a working class family within the community of a small mining village in the Welsh Valleys in the 1930s. This fascinating book brings the detail of that time, place and culture vividly back to life and considers the influence that growing up in such an environment has had on who the author is today. 11 black-and-white photographs.

Bedside Manna

Author : Martin Winbolt-Lewis
ISBN : 9781782220619
Genre : Medical
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A retired hospital chaplain looks at the traumatic and complex experience of ill health that patients and their families face together with some suggestions about the much-needed sensitive pastoral and spiritual care which brings a feeling of nurture to people adrift from their normal lives in the National Health Service hospital setting.

Trouble In My Head

Author : Mathilde Monaque
ISBN : 9781448117130
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Mathilde Monaque developed severe depression when she was just 14. The eldest in a family of six and an exceptionally bright and gifted little girl, the discovery shook her family to the core. Trouble in My Head is Mathilde's tender and illuminating account of her struggle to surface from a disease that could have taken her life. With remarkable sensitivity and lucidity she describes her experience of depression, her days in the teenage hospital and her battle to conquer the disease. Mathilde's perspective as a sufferer of teenage depression is unique. Unlike adult depression which involves feelings of guilt, Mathilde describes teenage depression as a breaking down of certainties, the fear of being oneself, the fear of not loving and of not being loved. Adults and teenagers alike will find inspiration and insight in her touching and remarkable account.

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