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  • The Revelation Mandate: The Foundations of the Priesthood of Every Believer

    by Lewis Todd
    The Book of Revelation is the summation and capstone of Scripture, showing Jesus Christ in all of his ascended glory. Intimately interwoven is the presentation of the Church as His beloved bride. Revelation clarifies the mandate and plan of action of this everlasting union and priesthood of Christ and his Church. If the Church today seems weak, in retreat, and culturally irrelevant, Revelation gives us the cure. The command to overcome is the same for the Church today as it was in John’s day. Sh... more
  • What Makes You So Special?

    by Jennifer Morehouse
    A children's picture book about differences and diversity. Characters include sea creatures who showcase what is special about them.
  • Persian Flora

    by Nayera Majedi
    Based on the spirals, swirls, curls, and curves of the natural world, Persian Flora offers a collection of line-drawn images suitable for adult coloring technqiues. Hand drawn by artist Nayera Majedi, the graphics feature the beautiful flowers and greenery found in nature?s verdant landscape throughout the changing seasons. The artist would like to offer useful hints about the choices of coloring these designs, especially using pigments of red, purple, white and gold, and two greens, one dark an... more
  • The Fighter

    by Linna Baraki
    My sister Arian was a fighter who, since the age of twenty eight, battled cancer for nearly nineteen years, always with a smile on her face, a hope to survive, and a desire to live. She never asked, Why me? She never complained about any pain and never gave up on life. She looked at cancer as an opportunity to make the best out of the rest of her life, which she lived outside her comfort zone to achieve her dreams. She never let cancer control her life and lived by ?I have cancer, cancer doesn?t... more
  • Until One Has Loved an Animal

    by Mildred A. Drost, DVM
    Mildred Drost has had the honor of meeting many wonderful beings?canine, feline, and wild. She has had comical interludes and been shocked and horrified. She has seen, met, and experienced miracles. Through it all, she has become part of the best career in the world. Dr. Drost is a veterinarian who, by her own admission, is completely fascinated by her patients. In Until One Has Loved an Animal, Dr. Drost shares all the amusing and heartwarming ways that pets affect all of our lives. She recall... more
  • The Brooklyn Wars

    by Neil deMause
    Across the globe, the word “Brooklyn” has come to represent cutting-edge cuisine, a vibrant music and literary culture, and the epitome of hip. But most of the world doesn’t see the price that local residents pay as their neighborhoods are swallowed by change. Masterful storyteller and award-winning journalist Neil deMause turns a spotlight on how the New Brooklyn came to be, who shaped it — and the winners and losers when “urban renaissance” comes to town.
  • The Truth of Jesus' Life While Reflecting on His Parables and Other Sayings: Part Two

    by Walter Schenck
    Walter Schenck's brilliant study of selected parables of Jesus offers original and bold insights into an oft written subject. Walter Schenck, alone, has been authorized copyright ownership of the parables by the United States government. Part Two is an extraordinary interpretation, without rival, regarding Jesus parables and sings. His fresh perspectives are uncompromisingly prophetic, visionary, filled with historic reference and moral guidance. If anyone wants to truly understand the parables,... more
  • Don't Shoot Innocent People

    by Richard Gary Horn
    Too many innocent people being shot in our times. This book was written for the millions of citizens who function normally in our society every day and are trying to understand why some people would go out and shoot totally innocent people who have absolutely no relationship at all to the shooter. It was also written for those who are fed up with society and want to strike back?those individuals who have hate in their hearts and revenge on their minds. It offers alternatives to the way they?re t... more
  • American Public, attention please: Survival Skills for USMLEs and Medical Licensing in the United States

    by KATHERINE THUY MILLER
    This book is to help foreign medical doctors who immigrate to the US legally to return to practice medicine via medical licensing. This book explains in very details all the steps and important issues to help foreign medical doctors to start their saga of medical licensing on their own with DIY- Do It Yourself fashion. Further into the purpose of this book, I would like to address directly that via the way I explain the extraordinary work that USFMDs (US citizen foreign Medical Doctors) ha... more
  • Collaborative Leadership for Classroom and School

    by Don Broadwell
    My book shows teachers how to collaborate. It is a by-the-numbers approach, knowing teachers who master the technique can apply it informally, and even quickly in a rapid flowing situation. Collaborative Leadership for Classroom and School answers the question, "What happens to traditional Situational Leadership (the Hersey/Blanchard design) when we add collaborative deciding to the mix?" The answer makes leading a more exciting, and even fun adventure than ever before. It comes just in time to... more
  • London - A Visitor's Guide

    by Craig Cross

    See London through the eyes of local, as he takes you into the attractions, into the hotels, and onto the London Underground. The refreshingly honest reviews are full of handy practical advice and money-saving tips. Everything you need to know is here: times, prices, Top 10 lists, example itineraries, and a guide to using London's buses, taxis and trains.

  • Real Talk for Teens Jump-Start Guide to Gender Transitioning and Beyond

    by seth rainess
    Transitioning is a marathon—not a 100-yard dash. What are you going to do once you reach the finish line? Real Talk is the first book devoted exclusively to gender transitioning for youth. Seth takes early transitioning seriously and offers an in-depth roadmap of the numerous issues that youth can expect to encounter in their journey. But Seth doesn’t stop there. He provides a guidebook of sound advice to help them navigate various stages of gender reassignment, including treatment options fo... more
  • The Key to LIFE

    by Jim Phillips
    The Key to LIFE is about personal empowerment and responsibility. It doesn’t suggest a specific way of looking at and living life that we all should follow, however it does suggest we look at ourselves, who we believe our Self to be, why we are here and what we are here to do. It is my belief we incarnate to explore, express and experience the truth of who we are within the experiences of life created for this specific purpose. It is a journey of self-recovery upon a path of our own choosing. ... more
  • Архитектор Иосиф Каракис

    by Олег Юнаков

    Книга посвящена жизни и творчеству одного из самых ярких украинских советских зодчих Иосифа Юльевича Каракиса, автора множества зданий, ставших впоследствии памятниками архитектуры. Издание содержит информацию о таких объектах, как Национальный музей истории Украины, ресторан «Динамо», детский сад «Орлёнок» и многих других общественных, промышленных и жилых зданиях, построенных на территории бывшего СССР. Исследование базируется на материалах собственного архива архите... more

  • Pear-shaped: The Story of Truth

    by Gary Green
    The quest for truth defines the human condition. We are drawn to its promise and long to uncover its secrets. In our interactions with others we hope for truth. It is the foundation of trust upon which all affairs must depend. Yet we live, it is said, in an era that is “Post Truth”. What does this mean and what have we lost? In government, business and the institutions of society, truth has become non-essential, an inconvenience, an option chosen only when it helps achieve a desired outcome. ... more
  • Sea Trials: Around the World with Duct Tape and Bailing Wire

    by Wendy Hinman

    A shipwreck might end a dream of circumnavigating the globe. Not for the Wilcox family.

    In 1973, the Wilcox family sets off to sail around the world aboard the 40-foot sailboat, Vela. Thirteen months later, they are shipwrecked on a coral reef, with surf tearing a huge hole into the side of their boat.

    With years invested in saving money, preparing the boat, and learning to navigate by the stars, parents Chuck and Dawn refuse to give up. Fourteen-year-old Garth is determi... more

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