The Old Time River Rats

Author: Kenny Salwey
Publisher: Voyageur Press
ISBN: 1616731699
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Colorful characters once populated the Upper Mississippi River Valley swamps and floodplain forests. These are the river rats, hill folk, and swamp dogs whose stories Kenny Salwey tells so well. Now long gone, these legendary denizens of the river bottoms come alive in Kenny’s signature brand of storytelling, rife with insight and laughter, woodslore and a time-tested philosophy of the natural world. With a foreword by regional historian Gary Schlosstein, this deep delving into the old-time community of the Mississippi River presents a rich picture of a life as fascinating as it is fast-disappearing in our fast-paced, high-tech world.

Planning Monitoring And Evaluation In Development Organisations

Author: John De Coninck
Publisher: SAGE Publications India
ISBN: 8132100484
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Planning, monitoring and evaluation (PME) remains a challenge for many development organisations, increasingly faced with the rigours of designing and using a well-structured monitoring and evaluation system, and of linking this closely with their planning cycles. Effective PME is, nevertheless, essential for their organisational survival and to enable them to make an effective contribution to sustainable development. This book shares the 'real-life' experiences of 20 PME trainers and facilitators from Africa, Asia and Europe and offers some suggestions for effective support to PME processes. It focuses on civil society organisations, including NGOs, church-linked development offices, networks, and people's organisations. A rich selection of examples, success stories, challenges and practical tips are offered. The authors advocate careful and sensitive PME facilitation.

Faith Based Radicalism

Author: Christiane Timmerman
Publisher: Peter Lang
ISBN: 9789052010502
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Terror attacks against Western symbols of power, suicide terrorism in Chechnya, or bombing of abortion clinics in the United States: these are a few of the violent religious outbursts that the media never seem to stop broadcasting. While these outbursts are mostly linked to Islamic extremism, it should however be acknowledged that every religion has its own violent side. Despite all the events the media are too prompt to show us, it would be dishonest and insensible not to accept that every religion has also a potential for religious peace building and communal renewal. How, can it be explained then, that religions sometimes react violently against the society surrounding them by trying to overthrow it, while at some other times they willingly help and try to build a better world for everyone? The University Centre Saint-Ignatius Antwerp organised an interdisciplinary summer seminar in September 2005 and gathered senior scholars - all experts in their own fields - and junior scholars - who will be the experts of tomorrow - from all over the world, to discuss these burning issues. The seminar focused on miscellaneous topics all pointing towards the question of religion and society; like literalism and the Holy texts, the ambivalence of faith-based radicalism, the psychology of religion and terrorism, nationalism and religion and religious social movements. - Publisher.

The Ruler S Guide

Author: Chinghua Tang
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1501138774
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Core principles by the seventh-century emperor credited as China's greatest leader is comprised of his dialogues with advisors and critics and covers strategies in the arenas of government, business, the military, athletics, philanthropy, and parenting.

Breaking The Barriers

Author: Jason Frenn
Publisher: FaithWords
ISBN: 0446564052
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In a world filled with dysfunction, futility, and confusion, people are looking for meaning and significance. They want to break through the barriers holding them back. BREAKING THE BARRIERS offers three foundational pillars to equip readers for overcoming the most difficult obstacles in their lives. These three pillars teach readers how to: -Take on the character of God the Father -Take on the wisdom of the Son -Take on the discipline of the Spirit. Through dynamic stories of people who have overcome seemingly insurmountable odds, and the powerful example of the author who has overcome great adversity in his own life, this book shows readers that God is on their side and desires for them to fulfill the dreams and purposes he has placed in their hearts.

Having Fun

Author: Vicki Yates
Publisher: Heinemann-Raintree Library
ISBN: 9781403498328
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Demonstrates what play was like in the past while comparing that experience to play today.

Eternity And Time

Author: Per-Arne Bodin
Publisher: Stockholm Universitet
ISBN: 9789185445745
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The Interpretation Of St Luke S Gospel 1 11

Author: R. C. H. Lenski
Publisher: Augsburg Fortress
ISBN: 1451416857
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This item is part of: Lenski New Testament: In Twenty Volumes. Pastors and students of the Bible who seek deep and detailed engagement with the text of the New Testament have long relied on R.C.H. Lenski's classic text now available again. Even though its historical-critical work has been surpassed, the strong narrative quality, accessibility, and "holy reverence for the Word of God" (Moody Monthly) of Lenski's work have allowed his commentary to continue as an excellent resource for serious study of the New Testament and sermon preparation.

Archaea

Author: Paul Blum
Publisher: Horizon Scientific Press
ISBN: 1904455271
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The authors present an expanding pattern of new information relevant to both the general and the technical reader.The book focuses on molecular biology and genomics and topics include the biology of metals, redox chemistry, respiration, sugar catabolism, nucleic acid modification, DNA replication, repair and recombination, transcriptomics, signal transduction and peptide antibiotics. Throughout the well-referenced text the emphasis is on emerging topics in specific fields providing the reader with a vision of the future in the expanding world of Archaea. Essential reading for all Archaea researchers and everyone with an interest in prokaryote molecular and cellular biology. A recommended book for all microbiology libraries."--BOOK JACKET.

Blame It On Texas

Author: Cathy Gillen Thacker
Publisher: Harlequin
ISBN: 9781426878046
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Lewis McCabe fell for Lexie Remington long ago. But as a shy and awkward teenager he thought he had no chance with her. Now he's a successful business owner and ready to romance Lexie, who's back in their hometown of Laramie, Texas. However, Lexie, an image stylist to the stars, thinks Lewis is asking for her professional help. So in order to spend time with the woman of his dreams, Lewis agrees to a makeover. Lexie is determined to see Lewis as just a client, no matter how she's starting to feel. But Lewis has other plans — he wants Lexie to stay in Laramie for good. And he wants a lot more than just a new look. Whatever happens, they can blame it on Texas!