By the time of his death in 1892 Charles Spurgeon had preached nearly 3,561 sermons as well as 49 volumes of commentaries, sayings, anecdotes, illustrations, and devotions. His writings were so prolific and his sermons so numerous that for years after his death many of his sermons still continued to be published on a yearly basis.
"Sermons that Stand the Test of Time!"
For 33 years, Bobby Bowden was the heart and soul of Florida State football. Now Seminoles fans of every generation will get to relive the glory and passion of Florida’s winningest coach in this edition of Tales from the Florida Seminoles Sideline. In this gripping narrative, Bobby Bowden and Steve Ellis bring readers right up to the sideline to experience pivotal moments in Florida’s football history.
"narrator is horrible"
Ohio coaching legend Paul Brown said he wanted to create "the New York Yankees of pro football" when he assembled the Cleveland Browns from scratch in 1946. Despite his ambition, not even the future Hall of Fame coach could have foreseen ten league championship appearances and seven titles in the team's first ten years.
The day Archie lost his 31-year job as a laborer at a meatpacking company, he was forced to confront the secret he had held so closely for most of his life: at the age of 54, he couldn't read. For all his adult life, he'd been able to skirt around the issue. But now, forced to find a new job to support his family, he could no longer hide from the truth. The Last Reader Standing is the story of Archie's amazing and often painful journey of becoming literate at middle age, struggling with the newfound knowledge of his dyslexia.
The Blackwell Companion to Catholicism offers an extensive survey of the history, doctrine, practices, and global circumstances of Roman Catholicism, written by a range of distinguished and experienced Catholic writers. Engages its readers in an informed and informative conversation about Roman Catholic life and thought.
If you are in search of great travel tips then you must acquire a copy of Travelling At a Bargain - Great Travel Tips. This audiobook is a bit different from the other books that are out there as it really goes into a bit of detail on how the frugal traveler can really find the best deals to suite their budget. The author has done quite a bit of traveling herself and has found that with a bit of time and effort, great discounts can be found not only for airfare but for hotel stay and transportation as well.
How much weight do you need to lose to reach your ideal and healthy weight? Ten pounds? Thirty pounds? A hundred pounds? Whatever your answer, multiply it by three. You are now looking at the number of days it will take for you to reach your ideal weight when you follow my program. For those with a lot of weight to lose it will happen even faster. All this without constantly feeling deprived while having a lot of energy and vitality.
"The Material Is Awesome - Narration is Horrible"
This audiobook is Stacey's attempt to describe, in a concise and relatable way, where our national healthcare policy went wrong. His analogy centers on a grocery store in the fictional town of Capital Springs and details what happens when the city government decides to issue food vouchers in order to help the community s poor and then gradually begins to reduce their reimbursement.
Tony Volpentest was born without hands and feet, a condition so rare it does not have a name. Doctors said he would never be able to walk without prosthetics or special accommodations. Tony proved them all wrong when he started walking at 15 months old and went on to do everything any other kid could do: ride a bike, play basketball, and learn to write. In high school, he took up the least likely sport for someone without feet - track.
Frank’s autobiography shows him to be truly one of a kind. For example, while he is a good team player he is always fiercely individualistic and independent, and should circumstances bring about a conflict between the two his independence wins out. This autobiography also shows that from his youth Frank was adventurous. From his teenage years he travelled - first to the countries neighboring his homeland (Germany), and then, at age 19 he travelled from Germany to Pakistan by bicycle.