The Bible Is My Best Friend Family Devotional

Author: Sheila Walsh
Publisher: B&H Publishing Group
ISBN: 1433688042
Size: 46.58 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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From author Sheila Walsh, the Bible Is My Best Friend Family Devotional connects families to both the word of God and to each other. 52 key scriptures form the basis for the devotions, which build on the verses and challenge the family to commit them to memory.

My Best Friend

Author: John D. Cook
Publisher: Xulon Press
ISBN: 1606473999
Size: 21.60 MB
Format: PDF, Docs
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"Want to hear God laugh, tell Him your plans" was on a church's sign, I recently saw. Typically, we go through our lives with dreams and goals for our family, which we are working to achieve. Then one unforeseen event can dramatically change all of these plans. Four children lose their mother, and a husband loses his loving wife. In My Best Friend, is a personal account of a remarkable woman, military wife and a commitment to marriage, as seen through the memories of family and friends. This book also contains a section for couples to examine their own marriage from questions based on a broad range of experiences. JOHN D. COOK, a veteran of over 22 years of naval service and more than 17 years as a government contractor, a devoted husband and father of four wonderful children. John resides on beautiful Whidbey Island, Washington.

My Best Friend

Author: Marc St. Martin
Publisher: FriesenPress
ISBN: 146025628X
Size: 40.28 MB
Format: PDF, Docs
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Losing a pet is hard, but when that pet is your best friend, the loss is much harder. This book was written to showcase one young boy’s experience losing his best friend and how, with the help of his family, the sadness and feelings of loss eventually turned to happy memories and gratitude for the time spent together. This book does not try to colour over the sadness and frustration, but rather seeks to show how one boy navigated those feelings. Mostly this book celebrates the life of an amazing dog and a friendship that meant the world to one little boy.

Being Human Being Migrant

Author: Anne Sigfrid Grønseth
Publisher: Berghahn Books
ISBN: 1782380469
Size: 65.46 MB
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Migrant experiences accentuate general aspects of the human condition. Therefore, this volume explores migrant's movements not only as geographical movements from here to there but also as movements that constitute an embodied, cognitive, and existential experience of living "in between" or on the "borderlands" between differently figured life-worlds. Focusing on memories, nostalgia, the here-and-now social experiences of daily living, and the hopes and dreams for the future, the volume demonstrates how all interact in migrants' and refugees' experience of identity and quest for well-being.

Dark Tomorrow

Author: K. Blanchard
Publisher: Publish America
ISBN: 9781413776379
Size: 44.96 MB
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Come and take a dive into the world of Melissa Portright, a teenage girl struggling with the psychological aftermath of several brutal rapes. Walk with Erik Pain, an angel battling for redemption, as he learns what its like to feel the pains others cause and how beautiful human frailty is. Let Eriks fading eyes and vivid language open your mind up to an aspect of our society that some choose to ignore and others simply deny exists; grow with him and learn how precious each life is, and ultimately how devastating the selfish actions of others may become. And never forget

An Improbable Life

Author: Michael I. Sovern
Publisher: Columbia University Press
ISBN: 0231537050
Size: 20.61 MB
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Columbia University began the second half of the twentieth century in decline, bottoming out with the student riots of 1968. Yet by the close of the century, the institution had regained its stature as one of the greatest universities in the world. According to the New York Times, "If any one person is responsible for Columbia's recovery, it is surely Michael Sovern." In this memoir, Sovern, who served as the university's president from 1980 to 1993, recounts his sixty-year involvement with the institution, as well as his experiences growing up poor in the South Bronx and attending Columbia. Sovern addresses key debates in academia, such as how to make college available to all, whether affirmative action is fair, whether great researchers are paid too much and valuable teachers too little, what are the strengths and weaknesses of lifetime tenure, and what is the government's responsibility for funding universities. A labor-law specialist, Sovern also discusses his personal and professional accomplishments off campus, particularly his work to compensate victims of racial exploitation and his recommendations as chairman of the Commission on Integrity in Government.

Self Regulation

Author: Rondalyn Varney Whitney
Publisher: PESI Publishing & Media
ISBN: 193766130X
Size: 77.49 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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Building strong skills for self-regulation and improving quality of life for families is the focus of this revolutionary book on sensory-sensitive learning for children who struggle with common activities of daily living. Using a metaphor of building a house, Rondalyn Whitney and Wendy Pickren guide you through strategies to balance the scales of sensation with collaboration, critical reasoning and problem solving. Activities, recipes, case studies, unique worksheets and journal logs incorporate a WISER approach to resolving disruptions in functional development and creating optimal outcomes.

With Your Own Heart And Hands

Author: Cynthia Alika Rose
Publisher: Balboa Press
ISBN: 1452596050
Size: 29.34 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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Upon reaching the age of eighteen, young women everywhere ask themselves many questions. Who am I? Where do I belong? What should I do next? This book was written to help young women ages 18-25 with their journey. It is a time of self-exploration, filled with discovery about yourself and your life's possibilities. Author Cynthia Alika Rose shares the stories and reflections of several young women. She also provides strong encouragement and specific resources. the book covers everything from listening to your intuition to creating a space in your home that is positive and a true reflection of your own inner light. She reminds young women that everything they need to make it through this passage is in their own hearts and hands. This is a gentle, encouraging self-help guide for any young woman during this special time in her life. "The perfect gift for mothers to give their daughters as they prepare to leave the nest. Providing them with the tools to embrace their twenties with confidence and the realization that they are not alone as they endure the struggles of life that are ahead." --Lauren, an interviewee from with Your Own Heart and Hands,with her mother

The Bible Is My Best Friend Flip Book

Author: Sheila Walsh
Publisher: B & H Kids
ISBN: 9781433688157
Size: 31.37 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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Give your family 365 days of inspiration! Spend a few minutes each day focusing back on God's Word with The Bible Is My Best Friend Flip Book. Placed on a desk, nightstand, or breakfast table, the Flip Book can be used in memory practice or as a daily reminder for families reading through its companion title, The Bible Is My Best Friend Family Devotional by best-selling author Sheila Walsh. The Flip Book is also a great standalone product for anyone who wants to revisit key scriptures daily or weekly. Combined with the other products in The Bible Is My Best Friend brand, the Flip Book offers your family another reminder of how God's Word can be their greatest friend.

Own The Room

Author: Amy Jen Su
Publisher: Harvard Business Press
ISBN: 1422183947
Size: 15.77 MB
Format: PDF
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Find your signature voice People are drawn to and influenced by leaders who communicate authentically, connect easily with people, and have immediate impact. So how do you become one of them? How can you learn to “own the room”? This book will help you develop your leadership presence. According to Amy Jen Su and Muriel Maignan Wilkins, leadership presence is the ability to consistently and clearly articulate your value proposition while influencing and connecting with others. They offer a simple and compelling framework, as well as practical advice about how you can develop your own personal presence. No matter where you sit in an organization, you can “own the room” if you are able to do two things well: first, demonstrate your authentic value and distinction, and second, connect to others in a positive way. Leaders who are able to be authentic while connecting with and impacting others have what the authors call a “signature voice”—a means of self-expression that is uniquely and distinctly their own. Once you discover and express your own signature voice, you’ll be ready to take your leadership presence to the next level. Filled with real-life stories and examples, Own the Room demystifies the concept of presence and gives you the tools you need to identify and embrace your unique leadership voice—and have a greater impact on the world around you.