I ve Never Loved Him More

I ve Never Loved Him More Author Candy Abbott
ISBN-10 193879608X
Release 2017-04-03
Pages 270
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I've Never Loved Him More is one wife's story of what it means to live out her vows, "in sickness and in health," as her husband's caregiver in his struggle with Alzheimer's disease. With the same candor and tenacity that Candy Abbott displayed in her first book, Fruitbearer: What Can I Do For You Lord?, this story takes the reader through discovery, acceptance, adjustment, and battle against the ravages of what is often seen as a soul-crushing disease. Armed with faith, humor, and a history of spiritual victories, Candy demonstrates how she is loving her way through the mind-maze that would steal her husband of four decades. She engages Scripture, prayer, and spiritual support to combat this disease, weapons which can inspire others who are fighting chronic illnesses.



Fruitbearer

Fruitbearer Author Candy Abbott
ISBN-10 9781886068605
Release 2014-03-31
Pages 114
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Do you long for the excitement the early Christians experienced and want to produce lasting fruit for the Kingdom of God? Do you long for the power to live your faith joyfully and make God your top priority? Do you long to recognize the voice of the Holy Spirit and sense a "call" on your life but feel inadequate? Do you long to have Christ's peace, even in the midst of turmoil, so you can impart peace to others? When you are busiest about the Lord's business, it is sometimes easy to forget that you cannot bear fruit unless you are rooted in the Vine. This new millennium, with back-to-back natural disasters and personal trials at every turn, demands that you trust Christ to empower you for service. As you read these pages, you will discover a new depth and fresh appreciation for God's work in your life, even in distressing times. Invite the Holy Spirit to meet you between the lines of Candy Abbott's spiritual journey, and you will find your relationship with your heavenly Father strengthened. Instead of asking "What can God do for me?" let your heart be filled to overflowing when the Holy Spirit prompts you to ask "What can I do for YOU, Lord?"



The Husband Project

The Husband Project Author Kathi Lipp
ISBN-10 9780736933100
Release 2009-01-01
Pages 208
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Using the sense of humor that draws thousands of women a year to hear her speak, Kathi Lipp shows wives through simple daily action plans how they can bring the fun back into their relationship even amidst their busy schedules. --from publisher description.



Historical Genesis

Historical Genesis Author Richard James Fischer
ISBN-10 0761838066
Release 2008-01
Pages 227
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The beginning chapters of Genesis come alive with characters, places, and events almost totally unknown outside of the Bible itself except when illuminated by the fascinating history of the ancient Near East. Did a man we call Adam actually exist? Was someone known to us as Noah warned of a cataclysmic flood and instructed to build an ark? Could the Tower of Babel incident actually have happened? The reader will gain a new appreciation for the historical integrity of Genesis 2-11, and marvel at the evidence that the persons, places, and events depicted, though long misunderstood, could be real.



Snow Men

Snow Men Author Andrew Ceroni
ISBN-10 9781478744573
Release 2015-03-18
Pages 304
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Dave McClure is on a plane to Alaska in early winter, having quit his job with the FBI and turned his back on the world. It’s been a year since the horrific accident that claimed his wife and son, and McClure is still unable to move beyond his grief. Remembering the joy he once shared with his wife on vacation in Alaska, he heads north... seeking solace and resolving to either put his painful past behind him or succumb to the unforgiving Alaskan wilderness. Instead, McClure finds a grisly scene in the forest—the body of a hunter whose throat has been cut ear to ear. And that’s only the beginning. In Snow Men—equal parts international thriller and wilderness survival—McClure uncovers a cache of nuclear weapons and a Russian-Iranian plot to wipe the nation of Israel off the map. With only a hunting rifle, a pistol, and a few days worth of supplies, Dave McClure not only faces Russian Special Forces and the harsh reality of nature, but discovers a will to live he didn’t know he still had. Spanning locales in Alaska, Paris, Amsterdam, Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, Thailand, and Washington, DC, Snow Men is a stunning thriller set against the pristine beauty of Alaska’s rugged Wrangell-St. Elias wilderness.



No Place for Normal New York

No Place for Normal  New York Author Clifford Browder
ISBN-10 9781634137249
Release 2015-09-08
Pages 364
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From random sightings of the spectral (and spectacular) Rollerena, a fortyish male who would grace onlookers with his fairy godmother benedictions in a cloud of white fabric and rhinestones, to some of the haunts that Charles Dickens frequented during his visits to the city, author Clifford Browder leaves no stone unturned, or for that matter, subject untouched. Topics include (but are not limited to) alcoholics, abortionists, grave robbers, Occupy Wall Street, the Gay Pride Parade, peyote visions, sinners that New Yorkers will (or won't) put up with, and an artist who makes art of a blood-filled squirt gun and a blackened human toe. From the grotesque to the engrossing, No Place for Normal: New York celebrates the shocking, weird, unpredictable, yet utterly wonderful tapestry that makes New York unlike any other city in the world, and a place that so many are proud to call home.



Like the Shepherd

Like the Shepherd Author Robert Wolgemuth
ISBN-10 9781621575689
Release 2017-03-27
Pages 256
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A husband's God-given responsibility to his wife is to be her shepherd: to love her, serve her, comfort her, protect her, provide for her, sacrifice for her, and lead her. Like the Shepherd guides men on how to embrace the role of shepherd, drawing on the wisdom of the Bible to give men practical, powerful advice on how to take responsibility for their relationships and realize the Christian ideal of a healthy, happy marriage.



Hitler s Orphan Demetri of Kalavryta

Hitler s Orphan  Demetri of Kalavryta Author Marc Zirogiannis
ISBN-10 9781312942875
Release 2015-03-11
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This historical novella is set in the famed Greek village of Kalavryta, the site of one of the worst massacres in the history of World War II. Panagiotis and Vasiliki Zirogiannis are met with the realities of Italian and, later, Nazi occupation of their beloved, little village in the Greek countryside. Against the backdrop or war, rebellion, and tragedy they try to affirm their love and protect their baby, Demetrios. This book tells the true story of a human tragedy of epic proportions.



The Wedding

The Wedding Author Nicholas Sparks
ISBN-10 9780751552966
Release 2013-04-18
Pages 288
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It began with The Notebook . . . After thirty years of marriage, Wilson is forced to face a painful truth. His wife, Jane, has fallen out of love with him. Despite the shining example of his in-laws, Noah and Allie Calhoun (originally recounted in The Notebook), and their fifty-year love affair, Wilson is unable to express his true feelings. With his daughter about to marry, and his wife thinking about leaving him, Wilson knows it is time to act. He will do anything he can to save his marriage. With the memories of Noah and Allie's inspiring life together as his guide, he vows to make his wife fall in love with him . . . all over again.



The Christian Husband

The Christian Husband Author Bob Lepine
ISBN-10 9781441266552
Release 2009-09-01
Pages 224
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FamilyLife Today cohost Bob Lepine takes men deeper into what it means to be a Christlike husband. Providing a clear explanation of the spiritual priorities for any godly husband, he supplies practical pointers for making real-life changes. Readers will learn exactly what God expects from them according to biblical principles--not cultural fads. Discover the advice and teachings offered by Bob Lepine and other men who are seeking to follow the divine call of God--to truly be a Christian husband and learn how to put it into practice.



Ancient Guardians The Hawaiian Legend of Sharktooth and Hawkeye

Ancient Guardians  The Hawaiian Legend of Sharktooth and Hawkeye Author Kanani Hurley
ISBN-10 9781478759249
Release 2015-07-02
Pages 242
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Adventurous, imaginative, and brave, Kawehi has enjoyed her life on the island of Kaua‘i, and she especially loves the time she spends with Kahoku, her older brother. But when a shocking event unexpectedly turns her world upside down, Kawehi will find herself facing unimaginable truths about her family and the people around her, as she is catapulted headlong into a world of mystery and myth. Although Kawehi’s gentleness and innocence are powerful talismans against the evil she will confront, the strength of her character, and the amazing gifts she never knew she had will allow her to rise to heights of achievement that her family could never have dreamed of. Beautifully written, rich with the culture, surroundings, and native legends of Hawai‘i, Ancient Guardians: The Hawaiian Legend of Sharktooth and Hawkeye introduces a unique heroine and her family, whose adventures you will be excited to follow in this inventive and compelling new series.



26 Gorgeous Hikes on the Western Cote D Azur

26 Gorgeous Hikes on the Western Cote D Azur Author Florence Chatzigianis
ISBN-10 0979279623
Release 2008-02-01
Pages 150
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26 Gorgeous Hikes on the Western Côte d'Azur is an illustrated guide that invites you to slow down to the rhythm of your footsteps, and soak in the Western French Riviera's natural beauty. With detailed trail descriptions, hiking maps, hiking data such as time, distance, difficulty and elevation profiles for twenty-six hikes, the guide shows you where to: Stroll along the coast and reach inlets otherwise only accessible by boat. Hike up red mountain peaks and embrace the views of the Mediterranean Sea. Climb up a bluff and discover the resting site of ancient millstones. Enjoy a walk by chestnut groves and watch a monastery set aglow in the setting sun.Explore this magical region in a sensitive, ecologically responsible way.Illustrated with over 50 photographs, the scenic hikes range from one-hour strolls to half-day treks. 26 Gorgeous Hikes on the Western Côte d'Azur appeals to active travelers who long to explore France's Côte d'Azur on foot and off-the-beaten-path. It describes half-day hikes by the coast, through forests of chestnut trees and cork oaks, over hills of red volcanic rocks. Color photos and maps illustrate each hike. The book not only describes hikes, but engages readers with information on local geology, flora, fauna and human history.Close to 10 million people visit the Côte d'Azur or French Riviera every year. According to a study commissioned in 2002 by the World Tourism Association, 25% of visitors to France mentioned they would love to explore the countryside on short discovery hikes during their vacation.26 Gorgeous Hikes on the Western Côte d'Azur offers the insights of Florence Chatzigianis, a long-time hiker who has spent many months over the last ten years scouting southern France's footpaths for hikes with panoramic views over the Mediterranean, hikes that lead to inlets otherwise only accessible by boat, hikes to prehistoric sites that rarely see a visitor.



In God s Name

In God s Name Author David Yallop
ISBN-10 9781472105158
Release 2012-08-23
Pages 160
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Only thirty-three days after his election, Pope John Paul I,Albino Luciani, died in strange circumstances. Almost immediately rumours of a cover-up began to circulate around the Vatican. In his researches David Yallop uncovered an extraordinary story: behind the Pope's death lay a dark and complex web of corruption within the Church that involved the Freemasons, Opus Dei and the Mafia and the murder of the 'Pope's Banker' Roberto Calvi. When first published in 1984 In God's Name was denounced by the Vatican yet became an award-winning international bestseller. In this new edition, Yallop brings the story up to date and reveals new evidence that has been long buried concerning the truth behind the Vatican cover-up. This is a classic work of investigative writing whose revelations will continue to reverberate around the world.



Blue Hydrangeas

Blue Hydrangeas Author Marianne Sciucco
ISBN-10 9780989559218
Release 2013-04-24
Pages 299
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A nursing facility is everyone's solution for what to do about Sara, but her husband, Jack, can't bear to live without her. He is committed to saving his marriage, his wife, and their life together from the devastation of Alzheimer’s disease. He and Sara retired years ago to the house of their dreams, and operated it as a Cape Cod bed and breakfast named Blue Hydrangeas. Jack has made an impossible promise: He and Sara will stay together in their beautiful home no matter what the disease brings. However, after nine years of selfless caregiving, complicated by her progressing dementia and his own failing heart, he finally admits he can no longer care for her at home. With reluctance, he arranges to admit her to an assisted living facility. But, on the day of admission, Sara is having one of her few good days, and he is unable to follow through. Instead, he takes them on an impulsive journey to confront their past and reclaim their future. In the end, he realizes that staying together at any cost is what truly matters.



Dark Lands Requiem

Dark Lands  Requiem Author Lyn I. Kelly
ISBN-10 9781483434223
Release 2015-09-10
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Webb Thompson awakes, disoriented and fearful. He sees green grass and a black, boiling sky spread out before him. He finds his little sister nearby, unconscious. When he reaches her side, Sundown is alive. But now they have other problems: where are they, how did they get there, and what is that growling noise? Webb and Sundown have awakened in the Dark Lands-a world between life and death where sacred souls battle malevolent evil for control of the living realm, a battle of which mere mortals know nothing. How did Webb and Sundown come to this place? Are they living? Are they dead? Or are they something else?



Still Time

Still Time Author Jean Hegland
ISBN-10 9781628726176
Release 2015-09-01
Pages 240
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From the author of Into the Forest, a moving novel about memory, Shakespeare's green worlds, and the power of reconciliation. Until John Wilson met the warm, wise woman who became his fourth wife, the object of his most intense devotion had always been the work of William Shakespeare. From his feat of memorizing Romeo and Juliet and half a dozen other plays as a student to his evangelical zeal as a professor, John’s faith in the Bard has shaped his life. But now his mental powers have been diminished by dementia, and his wife has reluctantly moved him to a residential care facility. Even there, as he struggles to understand what’s going on around him, John's knowledge of the plays helps him make sense of his fractured world. Yet, when his only child, Miranda—with whom he has not spoken since a devastating misunderstanding a decade ago—comes to visit, John begins to question some of his deepest convictions. In his devotion to Shakespeare, did he lose his way? Did he wrong the child who wronged him? The story of an imperfect father and a wounded daughter's efforts to achieve some authentic connection even now, Still Time celebrates redemption and the gift of second chances. It is that rare novel that ends on a resounding note of hope, reminding us that there is always time to live fully and love deeply, so long as we are alive.



About Alice

About Alice Author Calvin Trillin
ISBN-10 1588365786
Release 2006-12-26
Pages 96
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BONUS: This edition contains an excerpt from Calvin Trillin's Quite Enough of Calvin Trillin. In Calvin Trillin’s antic tales of family life, she was portrayed as the wife who had “a weird predilection for limiting our family to three meals a day” and the mother who thought that if you didn’t go to every performance of your child’s school play, “the county would come and take the child.” Now, five years after her death, her husband offers this loving portrait of Alice Trillin off the page–his loving portrait of Alice Trillin off the page–an educator who was equally at home teaching at a university or a drug treatment center, a gifted writer, a stunningly beautiful and thoroughly engaged woman who, in the words of a friend, “managed to navigate the tricky waters between living a life you could be proud of and still delighting in the many things there are to take pleasure in.” Though it deals with devastating loss, About Alice is also a love story, chronicling a romance that began at a Manhattan party when Calvin Trillin desperately tried to impress a young woman who “seemed to glow.” “You have never again been as funny as you were that night,” Alice would say, twenty or thirty years later. “You mean I peaked in December of 1963?” “I’m afraid so.” But he never quit trying to impress her. In his writing, she was sometimes his subject and always his muse. The dedication of the first book he published after her death read, “I wrote this for Alice. Actually, I wrote everything for Alice.” In that spirit, Calvin Trillin has, with About Alice, created a gift to the wife he adored and to his readers.