Finding the Way

Finding the Way

"The hardships of growing up in large Amish families had created a bond between Elizabeth and her best friend Rachel ... Rachel dreamed of romance while Elizabeth wondered what life would be like to not be Amish."--Page 4 of cover.

Author: Barbara Jo Schwartz Yoder

Publisher: Selah Publishing Group

ISBN: 1589300513

Category: Religion

Page: 208

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The hardships of growing up in large Amish families had created a bond between Elizabeth and her best friend Rachel. They would dream of romance and share visions of the future. But the girlhood dreams are shattered when one is diagnosed with a serious illness and the other struggles to find the strength to cope with the tragic events as the mysteries of life unfold.
Categories: Religion

Finding the Way Home

Finding the Way Home

Author: Gordon Kyle

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 9780969138563

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Finding a Way

Finding a Way

I learned from my family that most things could be achieved – the challenge was finding a way. Blind from birth, Graeme Innes was blessed.

Author: Graeme Innes

Publisher: Univ. of Queensland Press

ISBN: 9780702257278

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 304

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I learned from my family that most things could be achieved – the challenge was finding a way. Blind from birth, Graeme Innes was blessed. Blessed because he had a family who refused to view his blindness as a handicap and who instilled in him a belief in his own abilities. Blessed because he had the determination to persevere when obstacles were put in his way. And now, after a long and successful career – from lawyer to company director to Human Rights Commissioner – he has written his story. Finding a Way shares his memories of love and support, of challenges and failures, and of overcoming the discrimination so many people with disabilities face. He writes of the importance of family, the value of courage and the unique experience of a life without one sense but with heightened awareness of the others. Alongside his life story, Innes shares ideas on advocacy for people with disabilities and outlines what remains to be done to fully include people with disabilities in Australian society.
Categories: Biography & Autobiography

Finding Her Way Home

Finding Her Way Home

Welcome To Redemption, Oklahoma The idyllic little town Cheyenne Rhodes has chosen for her fresh start is almost too welcoming.

Author: Linda Goodnight

Publisher: Steeple Hill

ISBN: 9781426846816

Category: Fiction

Page: 224

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Welcome To Redemption, Oklahoma The idyllic little town Cheyenne Rhodes has chosen for her fresh start is almost too welcoming. After all, she's come here to hide from her past—not to make new friends. But single dad Trace Bowman isn't about to let Cheyenne hide away her heart. He can't ignore the special way she has with his daughter, Zoey— or how she's reminded him of the power of real love. Now he needs to convince Cheyenne that Redemption is more than a place to hide—it's also a way to be found….
Categories: Fiction

Finding A Way To Live

Finding A Way To Live

The contents of that scrapbook, along with some additional photographs, have now been compiled into Finding a Way to Live, with the intention of sharing this important part of our history.

Author: Hoki Perano

Publisher:

ISBN: 0473502682

Category: Whalers (Persons)

Page: 256

View: 560

Before they surrendered their lives, a handful of ex-whalers helped to complete a scrapbook-type collection of their stories, photos, and other interesting data. By putting together this project, they salvaged some of the history of the Tory Channel Whaling Enterprise. The contents of that scrapbook, along with some additional photographs, have now been compiled into Finding a Way to Live, with the intention of sharing this important part of our history.
Categories: Whalers (Persons)

Finding the Way

Finding the Way

This is a book for those who want to practice Christian faith as a way of life, not merely accept it as a system of doctrine. We are not lost in a trackless, twenty-first-century spiritual wasteland.

Author: Bruce McNab

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN: 9781621896937

Category: Religion

Page: 186

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Life is a complex journey, and each of us must find our own way. But sometimes we take a wrong turn and get lost. When that happens we have to backtrack and begin again. We are living in a time when many young adults who dropped out of church in high school or college are seeking to reconnect with their faith, while older Christians are feeling a need to turn their own lives around. Finding the Way offers help for all Christians who are hungry for an intimate relationship with God and want to restart their spiritual journey on a path they can see clearly, explain simply, follow faithfully, and share with others. This is a book for those who want to practice Christian faith as a way of life, not merely accept it as a system of doctrine. We are not lost in a trackless, twenty-first-century spiritual wasteland. There is a Way that can lead us home to God. We have companions on the journey, and the Good Shepherd himself will guide us. Finding the Way calls us to brave the steep, upward journey with Jesus--to rededicate ourselves boldly to the imitation of Christ.
Categories: Religion

Finding the Way Through Mark

Finding the Way Through Mark

This primarily intended for the reader who has no previous knowledge of biblical criticism.It avoids technicalities but leaves the reader with a vivid and informed impression of this earliest gospel portraying an elusive and mysterious ...

Author: John Fenton

Publisher: A&C Black

ISBN: 0264673808

Category: Religion

Page: 134

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This primarily intended for the reader who has no previous knowledge of biblical criticism.It avoids technicalities but leaves the reader with a vivid and informed impression of this earliest gospel portraying an elusive and mysterious Jesus.
Categories: Religion

Finding the Way

Finding the Way

Operation Timothy is an investigative Bible Study with the goal of helping people to grow spiritually.

Author: Cbmc

Publisher:

ISBN: 1947457047

Category:

Page: 68

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Operation Timothy is an investigative Bible Study with the goal of helping people to grow spiritually. Book one explores these six questions: The Bible, Believe it or not? Is God relevant to my life? Who is Jesus? Did Jesus have a purpose in coming? Can God accept me? and How can I be forgiven?
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Fixing the Homeland Security Information Network

Fixing the Homeland Security Information Network

Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Homeland Security. Subcommittee on Intelligence, Information Sharing, and Terrorism Risk Assessment

Publisher:

ISBN: PSU:000066762638

Category: Intelligence service

Page: 45

View: 609

Categories: Intelligence service

Finding the Way

Finding the Way

A collection of stories and poems showing unique aspects of America and American life, past, present, and future. One in a series of readers.

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: LCCN:68019302

Category: Readers

Page: 476

View: 169

A collection of stories and poems showing unique aspects of America and American life, past, present, and future. One in a series of readers.
Categories: Readers

Finding a Way

Finding a Way

Yet this is much more than a footballing memoir, and the title refers to more than sporting endeavour.

Author: Len Johnrose

Publisher: Troubador Publishing Ltd

ISBN: 9781800460959

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 344

View: 343

Finding A Way will appeal to football fans, describing as it does the delights of playing the sport professionally, and sharing with the reader the secrets of the dressing room – and midfielder Len Johnrose’s candid opinions of the players and managers who populated his glory years. Yet this is much more than a footballing memoir, and the title refers to more than sporting endeavour. The book – full of humour – will also appeal to those who are fascinated by the human spirit and how it can vault the most intimidating barriers to happiness. ‘Finding a way’ has become Len’s mantra since his diagnosis with motor neurone disease (MND) in 2017, some years after his retirement from professional football, while he was working as a teacher and maintaining high standards of physical fitness through sport and gym. This cruel disease gradually removed all such activities from his life. Now it severely restricts his personal freedoms as his everyday movement became increasingly affected – the memoir was written using voice-recognition technology as Len can no longer control his hands. It’s been a long journey for Len since he played for Blackburn Rovers, Hartlepool, Bury, Burnley, Swansea City and Preston North End. Yet this quietly admirable man has found a way to overcome the unexpected challenges he’s faced off the field, and that brings its own satisfaction.
Categories: Biography & Autobiography

Finding the Way

Finding the Way

A collection of fifteen original stories set in the magical realm of Valdemar, a place where individuals who have been gifted with special abilities gather, includes a new novella by Mercedes Lackey and Larry Dixon.

Author: Mercedes Lackey

Publisher: Daw Books

ISBN: 0756406331

Category: Fiction

Page: 344

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A collection of fifteen original stories set in the magical realm of Valdemar, a place where individuals who have been gifted with special abilities gather, includes a new novella by Mercedes Lackey and Larry Dixon.
Categories: Fiction

Frost Valley

Frost Valley

Author: Alan Filreis

Publisher:

ISBN: 0967582857

Category: Camps

Page: 128

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Categories: Camps

Finding a Way Ahead

Finding a Way Ahead

Powerful reflections on the spiritual nature of healing in a handy, read-anywhere book.

Author: Angela Harper

Publisher: Circle Books

ISBN: 1785354183

Category:

Page: 112

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Powerful reflections on the spiritual nature of healing in a handy, read-anywhere book.
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Family

Family

Tells the story of a young couple who choose to adopt children after discovering they have medical challenges preventing them from conceiving.

Author: Kathleen A. McMahon

Publisher: Trafford Publishing

ISBN: 9781426955273

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 20

View: 142

Tells the story of a young couple who choose to adopt children after discovering they have medical challenges preventing them from conceiving.
Categories: Family & Relationships

Finding a Way

Finding a Way

Book #1 in The Unexpected Love Series but each book can be read as a standalone. Recommended for ages 18 and up. I am finally free. This is my chance for a fresh start. My chance to live the way I want to. Boston is my destination.

Author: T. E. Black

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN: 1517341205

Category:

Page: 300

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Book #1 in The Unexpected Love Series but each book can be read as a standalone. Recommended for ages 18 and up. I am finally free. This is my chance for a fresh start. My chance to live the way I want to. Boston is my destination. Just when I think things are going to get better from here, I meet him. Malcolm Davis. He is the image of masculinity, with rough edges I would love to soften. Although I wonder what it would be like to be with a man like him, I know it would never work. But, I do know two things, ever since I met him, I'm happy and he makes me feel safe. Both of those things lured me into taking a chance. I mean what's life without taking any chances? It's not much of a life without the risk of getting your heart broken. I imagine that for Malcolm Davis, falling in love with someone would be akin to a hurricane; anything that stands in the path of what he wants; gets demolished. Well, I guess my theory will be put to the test.
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Finding a Way to the Heart

Finding a Way to the Heart

Finding a Way to the Heart examines race, gender, identity, and colonization from the early nineteenth to the late twentieth century, and illustrates Van Kirk's extensive influence on a generation of feminist scholarship.

Author: Robin Brownlie

Publisher: Univ. of Manitoba Press

ISBN: 9780887554216

Category: History

Page: 269

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When Sylvia Van Kirk published her groundbreaking book, Many Tender Ties, in 1980, she revolutionized the historical understanding of the North American fur trade and introduced entirely new areas of inquiry in women's, social, and Aboriginal history. Finding a Way to the Heart examines race, gender, identity, and colonization from the early nineteenth to the late twentieth century, and illustrates Van Kirk's extensive influence on a generation of feminist scholarship.
Categories: History

Finding the Way Home

Finding the Way Home

This book is a collections of poems written from my college years to 2008.

Author: Fabiola Sully

Publisher: Outskirts Press

ISBN: 1432716220

Category: Poetry

Page: 48

View: 235

This book is a collections of poems written from my college years to 2008. They pertain to dealing with life's challenges, obstacles, and growing up. I am opeing myself to the world and I hope they can relate to my struggles and growth process.
Categories: Poetry

Finding Your Way

Finding Your Way

And the same way we do not tell passengers or drivers in cars , " You all have to
have this technology in order ... Department of Homeland Security about that
issue , and perhaps finding $ 40 million to provide an alternative to the GPS
system .

Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure. Subcommittee on Coast Guard and Maritime Transportation

Publisher:

ISBN: MINN:31951D038009140

Category: Aids to navigation

Page: 76

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Categories: Aids to navigation

Finding a Way Home

Finding a Way Home

Virginia, the Lovings secured their future when the court struck down all state laws prohibiting mixed marriage. Acclaimed author Larry Dane Brimner's thorough research and detailed reconstruction of the Loving v.

Author: Larry Dane Brimner

Publisher: Astra Publishing House

ISBN: 9781635924503

Category: Young Adult Nonfiction

Page: 112

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When Mildred and Richard Loving are arrested, jailed, and exiled from their home simply because of their mixed-race marriage, they must challenge the courts and the country in order to secure their civil rights. Richard Perry Loving and Mildred Jeter Loving wanted to live out their married life near family in Virginia. However, the state refused to let them--because Richard was white and Mildred was black. After being arrested and charged with a crime, the Lovings were forced to leave their home--until they turned to the legal system. In one of the country's most prominent legal battles, Loving v. Virginia, the Lovings secured their future when the court struck down all state laws prohibiting mixed marriage. Acclaimed author Larry Dane Brimner's thorough research and detailed reconstruction of the Loving v. Virginia case memorializes the emotional journey towards marriage equality in this critical addition to his award-winning oeuvre of social justice titles.
Categories: Young Adult Nonfiction