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by Marilyn L DavisFor years, people have told you to write a book, you've got a great story to tell, and you could teach people something. But great stories don't always translate into excellent memoirs. Why is that? Excellent memoirs take pre-planning before you start writing – even a draft. A significant part of your pre-planning involves•Understanding why you are writing this book•Establishing positive mindsets•Creating emotional safety•Retrieving memories•Determining your theme•Choosing a point of view• ... more
by Joyce FitzGerald Galloway
Cats can bring out latent talents in humans, and they do so with remarkable success for Joyce FitzGerald Galloway, as told in THE CATS WHO LOVE(D) ME AND THE ONE WHO DOESN'T. It all begins one stormy night when the author retrieves a drenched and frightened tiger kitten from a gutter near her home in Ireland. Penny is to lead the parade of these cats, cats with colorful beauty and remarkable individuality, as they are endowned with special gifts, all but one giving her affection. For inst... more
by Daphne RobinsonBlack children are more than twice as likely as white children to be arrested. Black children are five times more likely than white children to be detained or committed to youth jails. These statistics are shocking because black children only make up 16% of the total number of children in this country. Why is the American Juvenile Court failing Black children? Daphne Robinson was a prosecutor for more than 20 years in the juvenile justice system. She has had an up close view of a system that... more
by Nitin Rakesh & Jerry WindEvery crisis while deeply unsettling, contains the seeds of opportunity. Nitin Rakesh, CEO of Mphasis and Jerry Wind, Lauder Professor Emeritus and Professor of Marketing at Wharton have written this book to help you transform any crisis into opportunities by applying the eight principles and an analytical framework to your own unique situation.
by Ronald N. FritschProviding his own faith as an example of the transition from conservative Christianity to accomodate the findings of modern science, Ronald N. Fritsch blends spirituality and quantum physics and provides a testament for a new understanding of God. Fritsch explains how God exists as a loving God and how this love is portrayed in his detailed and beloved Creation. Fritsch addresses controversial topics such as di-polar divinity, the humanity of Jesus of Nazareth, and salvation history along with ... more
by Dr. Patrick M. SchlievertDr. Patrick M Schlievert was in his first year as an assistant professor of Microbiology and Immunology, having spent two years trying to get the medical and scientific communities to recognize that there was a disease called toxic shock syndrome. Because he could not get even the Federal Government to recognize this disease, he started a national news media blitz that became second only to the Iran hostage crisis in 1980. Dr. Schlievert took this chance at great risk to his career because he gr... more
by Gary R. LindbergStudying the existence of God, Lindberg takes a different approach by investigating science as well as Christian research. Lindberg’s unique approach suggests that both science and the Bible were created by God and as a result the two say the same thing. Lindberg’s message will show that science itself proves the existence of God because of the evidence presented.
by Oliver StrömmuseManual for Beginning Interpreters answers the question: “How can I become a successful interpreter in U.S. immigration courts?” Using vignettes and an asylum hearing, this manual will teach you how to embark on this career. This book is an easy-to-read guide, a hands-on manual with practice material to improve interpretation skills. It provides concepts, definitions and vocabulary, tips from experienced interpreters and attorneys to help beginners avoid rookie mistakes, and supplies reference ma... more
by Kathryn StarkeThis educational book helps teachers help their students succeed in reading.
by Kathryn StarkeTackle Reading helps parents and teachers promote a love of literacy with a passion for football thanks to the motivational and inspirational stories from 45 contributing writers.
by John Byer
After 2000 years of troublesome doubt about the source of the Bible’s scripture, a police detective finally unravels a mysterious chain of evidence which led him to an unidentified and elusive disciple of Jesus -- who (unknown here-to-fore), created, organized, and then wrote. . . almost 75% of the New Testament (NT), where-in he fabricated fictional events and often used outside non-Christian sources to develop false and corrupted scripture, all done for the ostensible pu... more
by Tom WillettNicholas Alexandrovich Berdyaev (1874-1948) was a Russian philosopher and activist who changed the philosophical, aesthetic and religious landscape of the 20th century. The author of more than 15 books and nominated for the Nobel Prize in Literature seven times, he spoke in a new way about the centrality of creativity to what it means to be human. In 1922, along with other elite representatives of Russian culture, science and theology, Berdyaev was exiled from Russia by the Soviet authorities... more
by Joseph MirskyI owned a jewelry store in New Jersey. I sent letter sized 4 page newsletters to 1400 customers 3 times a year for 23 years with a variety of short articles, 69 in total The newsletters had articles about consumer and middle class issues, money, economics, and the lighter side of life. The newsletters were an instant hit when I started them in 1997. They were so popular — people would call to thank me for sending them — I can’t believe I’m not rich. Most pages have 3-5 short articles but s... more
by Charles D. JamiesonThe False Accusations of Child Abuse: A Survival Guide eBook will help teach you about child abuse and how to take legal action against false accusations. These actions include initial steps after being falsely accused, the litigation process, common results, how to hire an attorney and more. Visit our website to order your free eBook today!
by sue vidersthis is a workbook for aspiring writers based on a wide variety of movies
by David S. HeerenWhat will be the celestial sign of Jesus’ Second Coming and why will it be important for Christians to recognize it when it appears? These two themes are discussed at length in Jesus’ only sermon that fills four chapters of the Bible (Mt. 24-25, Mark 13, Luke 21). In this sermon, Jesus stressed the need for believers to be watchful (for the sign), prayerful, standing firm, fearing nothing and prepared for anything. Prepared believers will have a chance to share their faith during a great revi... more