Betty Grable: The Reluctant Movie Queen is a fascinating and intimate account of the famous star who was for many years the highest-paid woman in America and a favorite pin-up all over the world.
Have you ever been in a situation where all hope was lost? No one knew the depth of your pain? Your inward fears and screams were heard by no one? Then this book is for you. Using biblical knowledge and personal stories of overcoming Satan's attacks, Kendra brings a much needed, fresh insight to the important issues of depression, rape, abortion, temptation, and seduction. Using compassion and empathy, she shows you how to challenge negative thoughts, embrace healing, avoid temptation using biblical principles, and much more.
When it comes to the end of a relationship, the loss of a loved one, or even a national tragedy, we are often told we need "closure." But while some people do find closure for their pain and grief, many more feel that closure does not exist and believe the notion only encourages false hopes. Sociologist Nancy Berns explores these ideas and their ramifications in her timely book, Closure.
Broken Brain, Fortified Faith is the story of one family's journey through schizophrenia, navigating the uncharted waters of mental illness to find help for their daughter, Amber, and support for their family. This memoir is an honest look at the stress, anger, education, and finally, hope experienced through eyes of a mother. Along the way, she questions her trust in God as their family encounters setbacks, inadequate treatments, and additional family health crises.
Most eco-friendly books start with terror-inducing lists of the carcinogenic chemicals you are liberally slathering all over every single surface in your house, painting most people as unwitting eco-villains, happily Lysol-ing their way straight to hell. Well, listeners can just relax and unpack the (plastic) bags - no guilt trips today! All You Need Is Less is about realistically adopting an eco-friendly lifestyle without either losing your mind from soul-destroying guilt or becoming a preachy know-it-all whom everyone loathes.
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>InGot Religion?, veteran journalist Naomi Schaefer Riley sets out to identify and meet with religious leaders across America who are successfully engaging and growing the number of young members in their congregation. In interviews with clergy, academics, and (most importantly) the young men and women themselves, she uncovers a series of practical cross-denominational solutions that leaders of all faiths can employ in their own communities.
Numerology books offer some insight into the base number meanings of 0 to 9 but fail to go further to precisely pinpoint and explain why someone is seeing 1:47 on a clock daily and what it means to them. Covering the number meanings from 0 to 999, Soul Numbers helps listeners decipher any number sequence. Whether they're seeing single 2s everywhere or exactly four - 2222 - it will allow them to break the numbers down like an ancient code.
A child swipes her mother's ring, snatches her sister's nightgown, and runs outside to play "bride". She soon loses the ring, rips the gown, correctly assumes it's about to rain daggers, and runs away from home to find a better family. What happens next is a summer-long journey in which Grace Townsend rides shotgun in a Plymouth Belvedere, and hunkers in the back of a rattletrap vegetable truck, crawls into a crumbling tunnel, dresses up with a prom queen, and keeps vigil in the bedroom of a molestation victim.
Environmental Psychology consisting of different approaches requires research just as any other form of psychology. The stress of the environment can possess of a profound effect on behavior. This may result from violations of privacy, personal space, or territory. The world surrounding us and the structures thereof affect how we act and react to the environment. It may be the sustainable development of today can help to assure a better future for tomorrow's generation. Learn just how environmental psychology differs from its other forms.
One of the greatest realities about God is that He chooses to do what He does in participation with us. That is, He chooses to draw us into a cooperative relationship with Himself that allows us to participate in what He is doing in our lives and in the world. In His process, as God moves us from divine dissatisfaction through divine imagination to victory and rejoicing, He teaches us how to wait on Him one of the chief ways we participate with God.
Life can be hard and the baggage that it left behind can weigh you down. No one can take your baggage away, although you may have tried to get rid of it. So now what? You're stuck with your past, your hurt, and your pain. You must learn to live with all of your baggage. Or do you? Who will hold your bags when they get too heavy to carry? If you're struggling with baggage, then I wrote this helpful guide for you.
I Didn't Know - Identifying, Confronting, & Overcoming Child Sexual Abuse - the title is indicative of the subject matter. In this book the author brings to the forefront the many faces of child sexual abuse; those of the victims and the abusers. Yvette Allen-Tatum boldly confronts her past of child sexual abuse to demonstrate that TRUE deliverance is possible. Yvette believes that we ALL (victims, abusers, enablers, nay-sayers, etc.) can OVERCOME the horrible effects of child sexual abuse.
Everyone has been fascinated by hummingbirds at one time or another. Now, Lisa Cockrell, shows you how to build a hummer garden so you too can enjoy the sights of these amazing creatures. Full of advice, this audiobook gives you the ground work to create something special and marvel at one of life's truly remarkable birds, the hummingbird.
Samuel from America and Pierre from France are joined together in an adventure of a life time as they live in Israel for one year, participating in foreign exchange study. Samuel and Pierre decide that they will experience Israeli culture to the fullest and meet as many Israelis as possible. How can a couple of foreigners who just arrived in Israel who do not have much knowledge of the local language or customs go about doing this? A special operation that involves courage and commitment. Thus, Operation Food Know is born.
A young boy discovers his ability to hear the voice of a candy wrapper he has dropped. When things couldn't get any weirder, along comes another wrapper that happens to find her way to the boy as well. He discovers a whole new life he never knew existed. He learns what the everyday life of a candy wrapper is like. He also learns that trash prefers going into the garbage rather than floating around all alone in the world. Who would have guessed that trash had feelings too?