This is the story of a child of the great depression of 1929 and the miraculous way that God protected him during the second world war. guided and promoted him as a Railroad Labor Representative and gave him a ministry of healing and ...
Author: Charles Shockley
Publisher: WestBow Press
This is the story of a child of the great depression of 1929 and the miraculous way that God protected him during the second world war. guided and promoted him as a Railroad Labor Representative and gave him a ministry of healing and working of miracles. He is the founder of an International ministry to RV Campers. He and his wife still travel in a motor home and minister in churches and in campgrounds.
"What amazing things God has accomplished in and through the life of One Common Man." is so much more than just a subtitle. It is in fact the fullest statement of the central message of this book.
Author: Vernon Allen
Publisher: Xulon Press
Category: Biography & Autobiography
The word "Common" means "one of many, ordinary, usual, undistinguished". There is nothing about the person of Vernon Allen that would differentiate that person from any of hundreds, thousands even millions of his fellowmen. Not a member of the clergy, not a politician or a business leader, not a person of means by any measure, he lived a simple and very humble life by any human standard. "What amazing things God has accomplished in and through the life of One Common Man." is so much more than just a subtitle. It is in fact the fullest statement of the central message of this book. As the Almighty, God is perfectly within His own right to choose anyone He wants to do His bidding according to His will in His world for His glory. After all is said and done, this grand spectacle of existence is not about you or me or any other creature. It is ALL about HIM! He, and Triune He alone, is worthy of all the praise, all the adulation, all the worship of all creation for all time and eternity. It is God's expressed purpose and privilege to offer His calling to anyone, anyone who will choose to desire it and accept it on His terms. The joys and blessings of doing so are unspeakable, both in this world and in the world soon to come. Vernon and his wife, Kay, make their home in Concord, North Carolina, just north of Charlotte. They are the parents of two grown children. He is a carpenter and home repair handyman in the greater Metrolina area of North Carolina. He is an active member of his local church, wearing several different "hats" in the pursuit of church life and the Divine purpose for his existence here in the Father's world.
Have you ever wondered what Women truly want? Have you ever struggled with the difference between a Republican and a Democrat? Or why so many churches are eager for you to attend their service to hear about God but spend thirty minutes of your time talking about the importance of Tithing? How about the family member that consistently causes conflict in the family but your need to protect yourself and your kids is hindered because the person causing the conflict is "family"? In these pages are simple, common sense answers to the questions mentioned above and many more. Don't allow the common conflicts that we all share prevent you from living a fulfilling life. Address the questions, solve the source of conflict and be empowered to be the person you were meant to be for yourself and your family through Common Sense.
The Common Man, Maurice Manning’s fourth collection, is a series of ballad-like narratives, set down in loose, unrhymed iambic tetrameter, that honors the strange beauty of the Kentucky mountain country he knew as a child, as well as the ...
Author: Maurice Manning
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
The Common Man, Maurice Manning’s fourth collection, is a series of ballad-like narratives, set down in loose, unrhymed iambic tetrameter, that honors the strange beauty of the Kentucky mountain country he knew as a child, as well as the idiosyncratic adventures and personalities of the oldtimers who were his neighbors, friends, and family. Playing off the book’s title, Manning demonstrates that no one is common or simple. Instead, he creates a detailed, complex, and poignant portrait—by turns serious and hilarious, philosophical and speculative, but ultimately tragic—of a fast-disappearing aspect of American culture. The Common Man’s accessibility and its enthusiastic and sincere charms make it the perfect antidote to the glib ironies that characterize much contemporary American verse. It will also help to strengthen Manning’s reputation as one of his generation’s most important and original voices.
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We believe spreading knowledge and giving back are both equally essential for any society. With 100% of this book's profits, we will support NGOs fighting breast cancer in underprivileged areas.
Author: CA Viren Rajani
Publisher: Notion Press
Category: Business & Economics
“The hardest thing in the world to understand is the income tax.” When one of the smartest minds on Earth, Albert Einstein no less, finds something hard to understand, surely it must be. And that’s just income tax. Tax has evolved leaps and bounds since then and, not to forget, has got way more complex! During my professional career, I have interacted with a wide spectrum of individuals, from students to CEOs. Tax, by virtue of its draconian nature and complexity, continues to haunt everyone. Given the lack of basic tax knowledge, people tend to consider it complex and fear it. But once you understand the basics and are able to draw a framework, things fall in place. We have made a humble attempt to cultivate an understanding of tax right from its core by breaking it down into easy, digestible bits so that anyone can make sense of it. Further, the book is not voluminous (as with most tax literature), enabling ease of comprehensive completion of the basics. With Demystifying Tax for The Common Man, we want to simplify tax for our readers. We believe spreading knowledge and giving back are both equally essential for any society. With 100% of this book's profits, we will support NGOs fighting breast cancer in underprivileged areas.
As I look back at my life, from the lofty perch of eighty seven years old, I wonder sometimes, how I ever reached this great age, but before I go any further I should, first of all, tell you my name, which, by the way, is Godfrey.
Author: Godfrey Aurelius
Category: Biography & Autobiography
I get flashes in my mind, usually at bedtime when I'm half asleep, and make mental notes to try and remember them, but, by morning, they have slipped away into the murky gloom of forgetfulness, and as I am very impatient to write more stories, I have decided to finish my life story. I must say that life was never dull, but on the contrary absorbingly interesting always. I spend a lot of time talking to God and I think I know him well. He's carried me most of my life and guided me safely always. Perhaps one day I'll know the answers to some of life's questions. As I look back at my life, from the lofty perch of eighty seven years old, I wonder sometimes, how I ever reached this great age, but before I go any further I should, first of all, tell you my name, which, by the way, is Godfrey. My parents saw it on a packet of American cigarettes, namely, 'Godfrey Phillips'. I don't regard myself as a medium or anything like that, just an ordinary puzzled guy, that's all, who wishes, like most of us, to have normal dreams. Although my memory is beginning to falter a little, I can still remember clearly
Hilarious And Thought-Provoking At The Same Time, This Is A Treasurehouse Of Humour From One Of The Most Striking Voices Commenting On Indian Socio-Political Life.
Author: R. K. Laxman
From Financial Crises To The Woes Of Householders, From Political Instability To Rampant Corruption, Laxman S Cartoons Capture The Entire Gamut Of Contemporary Indian Experience. Hilarious And Thought-Provoking At The Same Time, This Is A Treasurehouse Of Humour From One Of The Most Striking Voices Commenting On Indian Socio-Political Life.
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This is the never before told story of hundreds of American who went to war in defense of their beliefs, to seek adventure and to see some of the world beyond their rural Pennsylvania neighborhoods.
Author: Verel Salmon
Publisher: Xlibris Us
This is the rest of the story of the men of the 145th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry, at least those who survived the clean-up at Antietam and the devastation at Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville and Gettysburg. Letters, diaries, service, pension and medical records from the Nationl Archives, reminiscences and historical texts merge to tell the men's stories in one of the most comprehensive regimental histories written. From casualty at Bristoe Station to the Bloody Angle to Cold Harbor and Petersburg, the reality of patriotism is enmeshed in disease, death and prisons the likes of Andersonville. The soldiers' successes contribute to saving the Union, freeing the enslaved and improving the blueprint for America's special destiny.
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This book has dreams for every common man and tries to find ways to materialise the individual dreams of the billion plus people of India. That's why this book is - One Vision for a Billion Dreams.
Author: Santosha K. Nayak
Publisher: Notion Press
Category: Business & Economics
This book is all about the economic empowerment of the common man. More than 80% of the people are under sheer darkness and away from real development. When we talk and see of development, it is less than 20 % of the country. Historically and systematically large sections of the people were kept under darkness. And the trend hasn’t seen light for quite some time despite all the efforts from many eminent persons from different walks of life. Perhaps, they all used only their minds and lacked in their heart while trying to find solutions. The author in this book has attempted afresh some steps with a bottom up approach to achieve real development of all, especially the left-out 80%; and achieve comprehensive economic development across every nook and corner of the country. This book talks about Unique Natural Endowment Theory, Graded Self-sufficient Model of Regional Economic Development; and analysed the structural needs in each sector of the economy so as to address the persistent on the ground problems. At present, entrepreneurial knowledge is at a low level among the larger mass; and challenges to micro entrepreneurship are high. The book also talks about entrepreneurial spirit and processes for the common man. This book discovers ways to reach new heights of growth and development in New India. This book has dreams for every common man and tries to find ways to materialise the individual dreams of the billion plus people of India. That's why this book is - One Vision for a Billion Dreams.
As the title of the book suggests, the journey was uphill for Garvin, but he's still walking in his field of dreams." -Tim Rosaforte Golf analyst, PGA insider, author and award-winning writer
Author: James Garvin
Publisher: Christian Living Books
Category: Biography & Autobiography
A Powerful True Story of Triumph, Collapse, and Redemption Jimmy has the kind of story they make movies about. He was born into the type of poverty that nobody ever escapes. But, from an early age, he showed an uncanny ability to defy the odds. Jimmy went to the prestigious Howard University on a baseball scholarship, and seemed on track to leave the legacy of generational poverty behind. But, after five years, he left Howard, without a degree and without much hope for his future. But, Jimmy knew how to work hard. Through a combination of ambition and good fortune, he left the world of menial jobs by discovering his true passion and talent, managing golf courses. Golf would take him all the places he once hoped baseball would. Jimmy became the first African-American president and partner in Golf Course Specialist's history. But, while he steadily climbed to the top of his profession, he made a few ill-advised decisions. After finally achieving everything he had ever hoped for, everything once again came crashing down as he faced a federal indictment for a crime he didn't commit. Would Jimmy be able to get his life back on course after this seemingly complete fall from grace? Legacy of a Common Man is a story of resiliency and ambition in pursuit of the american dream and just how fragile that dream can be. Get inspired by one of America's great-untold stories. "From a broken childhood of poverty to a career torn apart by scandal, the lessons Garvin learned have been captured in this inspiring read. As the title of the book suggests, the journey was uphill for Garvin, but he's still walking in his field of dreams." -Tim Rosaforte Golf analyst, PGA insider, author and award-winning writer
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