Joe s Word

Joe s Word Author Elizabeth Stromme
ISBN-10 0872864251
Release 2003-10-01
Pages 258
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A writer-for-hire in L.A.'s inner city finds his emotionally distanced world jeopardized by a client's special desires.



Native Heritage

Native Heritage Author Arlene B. Hirschfelder
ISBN-10 0028604121
Release 1995
Pages 298
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Spans two hundred years of Native American history and culture covering such areas as family life, natural resources, language, education, traditions, religion, and discrimination



A Man a Woman a Word of Love

A Man  a Woman  a Word of Love Author Joseph S. Pagano
ISBN-10 1498264603
Release 2012-08-22
Pages 132
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Description: A Man, A Woman, A Word of Love is a new collection of sermons by two of the finest preachers in the Episcopal Church today. They also happen to be married to each other. Beautifully written, compassionate, theologically astute, and oftentimes very funny, these sermons provide fresh insight into the inexhaustible riches of God's Word. Following the unfolding story of God's love in Scripture and tradition, Pagano and Richter lift up different dimensions of God's love celebrated in the different seasons of the church year. Informed by the pastoral sensitivity that comes from years of serving congregations, the wisdom that comes from years of study, and the grace and wit that comes from years of marriage, Pagano and Richter offer powerful sermons that glory in the reconciling love of God and invite us into the ongoing adventure of being known, redeemed, and transformed by that love. These are sermons for everyone who wants to know and love the God who already knows and loves each and every one of us. Endorsements: ""Joe and Amy's sermons are a gift to the church; they are a joy to read and hear. Like the very best short stories, their sermons are beautifully constructed, but so infused with warmth, wit, and wisdom that we are carried away by the narrative. They offer something for everyone: gentle humor, scholarly observations, penetrating insights, and often goose bumps--leading us into discovery about our call as Christians."" --Sarah Johnson, Writer and Editor, Sermons that Work, The Episcopal Church ""Engaging Scripture and the liturgical seasons to trace the movement of love and desire, Joe Pagano and Amy Richter give us personal, theological reflections in the form of sermons to propel the imagination of preachers and nurture all in the journey into God. They know how to tell a story, play with an image, detail matters of faith, shape a prayer, and proclaim the presence of God. This is no collection of sermons, but a well-crafted apologia."" --Timothy F. Sedgwick, Vice President for Academic Affairs and Professor of Christian Ethics, Virginia Theological Seminary ""I invite you to read this book! It is a treasure trove of exquisite jewels and precious metals, each shining through with the life and love of God. Creative, intimate, at times funny, deeply grounded in Scripture, and above all, loving."" --Mary D. Glasspool, Bishop Suffragan, Episcopal Diocese of Los Angeles About the Contributor(s): The Rev. Joseph S. Pagano is Associate Rector at St. Anne's Episcopal Church in Annapolis, Maryland, and Affiliate Professor of Theology at Loyola University in Baltimore, Maryland. He is the author of The Origins and Development of the Triadic Structure of Faith in H. Richard Niebuhr. The Rev. Amy E. Richter is Rector at St. Anne's Episcopal Church and Visiting Instructor at the Ecumenical Institute at St. Mary's Seminary and University in Baltimore. She is the author of Enoch and the Gospel of Matthew.



The Double Edged Sword

The Double Edged Sword Author Sarah Silverwood
ISBN-10 9780575095311
Release 2010-09-16
Pages 352
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'Sixteen's an interesting age: not quite a fully grown man, but not a kid either. Anything is possible when you're sixteen.' Finmere Tingewick Smith was abandoned on the steps of the Old Bailey. Under the guardianship of the austere Judge Harlequin Brown and the elderly gentlemen of Orrery House, Fin has grown up under a very strange set of rules. He spends alternate years at two very different schools and now he's tired of the constant lies to even his best friends, to hide the insanity of his double life. Neither would believe the truth! But on his sixteenth birthday, everything changes. The Judge is killed, stabbed in the chest with a double-edged sword that's disturbingly familiar, and from that moment on, Fin is catapulted into an extraordinary adventure. Through the Doorway in Fin's London, a hole in the boundaries of Existence, lies another London - and now both are in grave danger. For the Knights of Nowhere have kidnapped the Storyholder, the keeper of the Five Eternal Stories which weave the worlds together. Because of the Knights' actions, a black storm is coming, bringing madness with it. Fin may be just 16, but he has a long, dark journey ahead of him if he is to rescue the Storyholder and save Existence!



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ISBN-10 ONB:+Z223569301
Release 1865
Pages 4
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Pierced By A Sword

Pierced By A Sword Author Bud Macfarlane
ISBN-10
Release 2014-02-10
Pages 571
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Immerse yourself in a sweeping story set against the backdrop of historical and present-day Marian Apparitions. Join unforgettable characters as their lives intertwine during the Great Tribulations. Discover why America's best-loved Catholic novelist has thrilled, inspired, and surprised over one million readers who simply could not put this unforgettable epic down. Must-reading for every Catholic.



No Ordinary Joes

No Ordinary Joes Author Larry Colton
ISBN-10 9780307717245
Release 2010-10-05
Pages 384
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On April 23, 1943, the seventy-man crew of the USS Grenadier scrambled to save their submarine—and themselves—after a Japanese aerial torpedo sent it crashing to the ocean floor. Miraculously, the men were able to bring the sub back to the surface, only to be captured by the Japanese. No Ordinary Joes tells the harrowing story of four of the Grenadier’s crew: Bob Palmer of Medford, Oregon; Chuck Vervalin of Dundee, New York; Tim McCoy of Dallas, Texas; and Gordy Cox of Yakima, Washington. All were enlistees from families that struggled through the Great Depression. The lure of service and duty to country were not their primary motivations—they were more compelled by the promise of a job that provided “three hots and a cot” and a steady paycheck. On the day they were captured, all four were still teenagers. Together, the men faced unimaginable brutality at the hands of their captors in a prisoner of war camp. With no training in how to respond in the face of relentless interrogations and with less than a cup of rice per day for sustenance, each man created his own strategy for survival. When the liberation finally came, all four anticipated a triumphant homecoming to waiting families, loved ones, and wives, but instead were forced to find a new kind of strength as they struggled to resume their lives in a world that had given them up for dead, and with the aftershocks of an experience that haunted and colored the rest of their days. Author Larry Colton brings the lives of these four “ordinary” heroes into brilliant focus. Theirs is a story of tragedy and courage, romance and war, loss and endurance, failure and redemption. With a scope both panoramic and disarmingly intimate, No Ordinary Joes is a powerful look at the atrocities of war, the reality of its aftermath, and the restorative power of love. From the Hardcover edition.



The Double Edged Sword

The Double Edged Sword Author Sarah Pinborough
ISBN-10 9781473221901
Release 2017-03-30
Pages 352
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'Sixteen's an interesting age: not quite a fully grown man, but not a kid either. Anything is possible when you're sixteen.' Finmere Tingewick Smith was abandoned on the steps of the Old Bailey. Under the guardianship of the austere Judge Harlequin Brown and the elderly gentlemen of Orrery House, Fin has grown up under a very strange set of rules. He spends alternate years at two very different schools and now he's tired of the constant lies to even his best friends, to hide the insanity of his double life. Neither would believe the truth! But on his sixteenth birthday, everything changes. The Judge is killed, stabbed in the chest with a double-edged sword that's disturbingly familiar, and from that moment on, Fin is catapulted into an extraordinary adventure. Through the Doorway in Fin's London, a hole in the boundaries of Existence, lies another London -- and now both are in grave danger. For the Knights of Nowhere have kidnapped the Storyholder, the keeper of the Five Eternal Stories which weave the worlds together. Because of the Knights' actions, a black storm is coming, bringing madness with it. Fin may be just 16, but he has a long, dark journey ahead of him if he is to rescue the Storyholder and save Existence!



Hopping Mad

Hopping Mad Author Franklin W. Dixon
ISBN-10 1442409436
Release 2010-09-14
Pages 96
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In The Missing Mitt, the boys must help their teammate find his lucky mitt before the last game, or their Little League season is doomed!



The I Love Trader Joe s Party Cookbook

The I Love Trader Joe s Party Cookbook Author Cherie Mercer Twohy
ISBN-10 9781569758847
Release 2010-11-01
Pages 240
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The I Love Trader Joe s Party Cookbook has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from The I Love Trader Joe s Party Cookbook also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full The I Love Trader Joe s Party Cookbook book for free.



Joe s Liver

Joe s Liver Author Paul DiFilippo
ISBN-10 9781473206410
Release 2014-11-27
Pages 320
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An orphaned boy in the Caribbean named Readers Digest (after the magazine) but referred to mainly as "Ardy" is deeply inspired by his readings of the stories that appear in his namesake magazine and conceives of a plan to make a pilgrimage to the Digest HQ in Pleasantville, New York. He embarks on an odyssey to what he envisions as the most important symbolic beacon of the wonderfulness that is America. A simple trip turns complicated and Ardy meets an endless stream of very odd and unusual characters as his journey progresses to an unexpected finish.



Live by the Sword

Live by the Sword Author Gus Russo
ISBN-10 1890862010
Release 1998
Pages 617
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Argues that the Kennedy brothers' pursuit of Fidel Castro led to JFK's assassination



Sword of Honour

Sword of Honour Author Evelyn Waugh
ISBN-10 9780141909936
Release 2012-05-31
Pages 736
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Waugh’s own unhappy experience of being a soldier is superbly re-enacted in this story of Guy Crouchback, a Catholic and a gentleman, commissioned into the Royal Corps of Halberdiers during the war years 1939–45. High comedy – in the company of Brigadier Ritchie-Hook or the denizens of Bellamy’s Club – is only part of the shambles of Crouchback’s war. When action comes in Crete and in Yugoslavia, he discovers not heroism, but humanity. Sword of Honour combines three volumes: Officers and Gentlemen, Men at Arms and Unconditional Surrender, which were originally published separately. Extensively revised by Waugh, they were published as the one-volume Sword of Honour in 1965, in the form in which Waugh himself wished them to be read.



Return to the Caffe Cino

Return to the Caffe Cino Author Steve Susoyev
ISBN-10 9780977421411
Release 2007-01-01
Pages 483
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RETURN TO THE CAFFE CINO gives a fresh, exciting portrait of the non-commercial NY theater scene in the 1960's. The scene is painted here by dozens of short essays by the artists that were a part of the creative fission that flared so brightly there and that still influences so much of today's theatre. The eyewitness stories are usually hysterically funny, filled with that sense of freedom that ignited a movement that continues today in small independent theaters. And the editors of the anthology have filled the pages with vintage pictures, including one of a fifteen-year-old Bernadette Peters getting her start at the Caffe Cino!



Constantine s Sword

Constantine s Sword Author James Carroll
ISBN-10 0618219080
Release 2002
Pages 756
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Examines the two-thousand-year relationship between Christianity and Judaism, examining the long entrenched tradition of anti-Semitism that culminated in the Church's failure to protest the Holocaust during World War II.



High Frequency Word Phrases Level 2 Word Variants

High Frequency Word Phrases Level 2  Word Variants Author Edward Fry
ISBN-10 9781480791763
Release 2014-10-01
Pages 6
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Increase student reading fluency in 2nd grade with this engaging and effective lesson! Through strategic use of Fry's Instant Words, students will both improve reading prosody and build important comprehension skills.



Jack Flint and the Redthorn Sword

Jack Flint and the Redthorn Sword Author Joe Donnelly
ISBN-10 9781842557709
Release 2010-12-30
Pages 400
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Jack Flint is 13. He's never known his mother and has - literally - lost his father. On a stormy Halloween he steps from his humdrum world of school, chores and getting by, into a maelstrom. Scaling the dark-walled coppice known as Cromwath Blackwood he and his best friend, Kerry Malone, find a mysterious circle of thirteen standing stones. Stones that almost seem to be breathing, pulling the boys to a place of myth and mayhem. From playing fields to battle fields they stumble into the legendary world of Temair. Here Celtic myth comes to life as Jack, Kerry and Corriwen Redthorn, the orphaned daughter of a Temair Chief, face the terrifying cunning of Morrigan, goddess of death and her servants, the Scree and the cruel, black-feathered Roaks. Their quest is fast paced and furious. Along the way, startlingly, Jack realises they are not just saving their own lives, they find clues that might lead him to his father. Stepping through portals to other worlds is a favourite device - Narnia, Harry Potter, our own DOOMSPELL and LEGENDEER trilogies - but it's one of the most successful if it's done properly, as it is here by Joe Donnelly. Drawing on Celtic myth with his own original embellishments, he knows the world he's created inside out.