How can revival impact your everyday life? Maybe you've thought revival is for "super-charged" Christians - not for everyday people going through everyday life. Wrong. God wants your everyday to be overflowing with Holy Spirit power. Do you feel like there is more to being a Christ-follower than rhetoric, rules, and regulations? The truth is, you were created for a dynamic relationship with the living God. Don't settle for scattered showers when there is a great outpouring available.
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In How to Spot a Dangerous Man Before You Get Involved, Sandra L. Brown, MA, describes eight types of dangerous men, their specific traits, and characteristics. She explores victim's stories that tell how they came in contact with each type of dangerous man and their outcome. Brown then presents how to develop a defense strategy - how to spot, avoid, or rid themselves of this type of dangerous man. With these tools, Brown shows women how they can spot and avoid patterns of engagement with dangerous men.
Perhaps you've had an encounter with God that powerfully impacted your life - where sin, addiction, spiritual dryness, or other struggles simply faded away. If such experiences are commonplace when revival is happening, then.... How can I experience revival every single day of my life? With guidance from the leaders of the Brownsville Revival and the Bay of the Holy Spirit Revival, you will ignite and sustain your passion for Jesus....
This important audiobook combines authoritative information and humanitarian insight into the transsexual experience. Filled with wisdom and understanding, this groundbreaking book paints a vivid portrait of conflicts transsexuals face on a daily basis - and the courage they must summon as they struggle to reveal their true being to themselves and others. True Selves offers valuable guidance for those who are struggling to understand these people and their situations.
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What exactly is minimalism? How can it be beneficial in this day and age? Simple Living: The Beginners Guide to Minimalism will explain all of that and more. It can be difficult to make the transition to a more simplified lifestyle, as the trappings of the materialistic lifestyle are extremely strong - but with this book as a guide, it is all pretty easy to do.
Originally published in 1964, Fisherman's Fall brings a unique perspective to the world of fall fishing. In the preface, Robert L. Haig-Brown ruminates on the attempts to preserve the salmon and trout in the rivers of British Columbia. What we know could save them, yet what we do contradicts that knowledge. Gaining the knowledge in this book will help fishers learn the nature of the fish and might even inspire some to contribute to their preservation.
Few books have captured the haunting world of music and rivers and of the sport they provide as well as A River Never Sleeps. Roderick L. Haig-Brown writes of fishing not just as a sport, but also as an art. He knows moving water and the life within it - its subtlest mysteries and perpetual delights. He is a man who knows fish lore as few people ever will, and the legends and history of a great sport. Month by month, he takes you from river to river, down at last to the saltwater and the sea.
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"Prostate Cancer Isn't Colorblind" is from the July 26, 2016, Health section of The New York Times. It was written by Lannis Hall, Arnold D. Bullock, Angela L. Brown and Graham Colditz and narrated by Keith Sellon-Wright.
Eloise has just embarked on a journey. A journey that would take her into the world of the Crazy Cat Lady. Starting with a cute little black kitten, she finds laughter, frustration, love and sorrow are all rolled up in a ball of fur.
Originally published in 1954, Fisherman’s Winter is Roderick Haig-Brown’s final installment in his well-known “seasons” cycle. With a unique blend of experience and observation, Haig-Brown brings readers through the exotic rivers of South America in the winter months, showing rather than explaining the many things he encounters. Rather than writing about typical winter fishing, Haig-Brown departs from British Columbia, where the other titles in his seasons cycle take place, and heads to unknown rivers in South America, where he learns as much as his readers will.
Elias has always dreamed of being in a position of power, and now he's there. The rush is exquisite, but one piece of paper can take it all away... forever. History teaches us. Sometimes, that lesson is not learned.
"Local Second Virginia Tech Student Charged in the Death of Blacksburg 13-Year-Old" is from the National section of The Washington Post. It was written by T. Rees Shapiro, DeNeen L. Brown and Fenit Nirappil and narrated by Sam Scholl.
"Judge Declares Mistrial in Case of Officer Charged in Freddie Gray Death" is from the Top Stories section of The Washington Post. It was written by Lynh Bui, DeNeen L. Brown and John Woodrow Cox and narrated by Sam Scholl.
"School Picture Day Still Matters Even When Cameras Are Everywhere" is from the October 23, 2015 Ideas and Controversy section of The Washington Post. It was written by Stacia L. Brown and narrated by Sam Scholl.
"How Fox's Police Procedural 'Rosewood' Is Expanding Representations of Black Men in Network TV" is from the October 10, 2015 Life and Entertainment section of The Washington Post. It was written by Stacia L. Brown and narrated by Jill Melancon.
"'The Perfect Guy' and the Drawbacks of Colorblind Moviemaking" is from the September 20, 2015 Life and Entertainment section of The Washington Post. It was written by Stacia L. Brown and narrated by Jill Melancon.
For black women, stereotypes associated with Afros can’t be shed, but their appeal is a nod to history and tradition.
The first lines of Issa Rae's new memoir, The Misadventures of Awkward Black Girl, let readers in on a little-known fact: Her full name isn’t Issa Rae. The 30-year-old Senegalese-American writer and actress was born Jo-Issa Rae Diop, the pronunciation of which caused her endless trouble when she was younger.
Evil resides in Sacred Heart, Mississippi-an isolated town where the residents protect one of the secrets of the universe. And its time is up. A young deputy is the central figure in the fall of the Sacreds and the religious hold the family has held over the town for generations.
Wally the Cockeyed Cricket thinks himself a fine musician. But humans disagree. When he finds himself trapped in Mrs. Grumpydee's kitchen, he sings a sad song and Mrs. Grumpydee's ears are offended. She locks Wally in a jar and charges children a dime to see the unusual insect. But when the jar is knocked over and shatters, Wally the Cockeyed Cricket sings a different tune.