Down A Country Road
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📒Down A Country Road With The Amish ✍ Kathy Kuderer
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📒Down A Country Road ✍ Tony Ormond
✏Down a Country Road Book Summary : 'Down a Country Road Volume II is an evocative return to a way of life that has largely disappeared. From the explorer pioneers of the nineteenth century to those who continue to inhabit the harsh inland environment today, the wry humour and staunchness, determination and other admirable qualities of the Kiwi characters and their tales of coping and surviving the harsh conditions are a revelation.
📒Down A Country Road ✍ Inglath Cooper
✏Down a Country Road Book Summary : A small town contemporary romance about unexpected love and second chances. . .
📒Down A Country Lane ✍ Gary Blinco
✏Down a Country Lane Book Summary : In the winter of 1948, a poorly educated jack-of-all-trades moved his ever- increasing family to a small vegetable crops' farm on the Darling Downs, in Queensland. They arrived in a horse and wagon to begin an extraordinary life of hardship and challenge in the bush. This book follows the harsh life of poverty that is eclipsed by the threads of dry humour, love and warmth that embraces a large closely-knit family. The living conditions endured are almost primitive, even for the nineteen fifties, as they fight to carve an existence from the land. His father's lingering fight with lung cancer compounds the pain of his own battle, as a National Service Soldier in the Vietnam War. The accounts of the war are graphic and poignant, and could only emerge from one who has experienced the frightening reality of combat. Highlighted through the suffering and dreams is a mother's undying devotion to her family, as she struggles to raise them, more or less on her own.
📒50 Years Down A Country Road ✍ Ralph Emery
✏50 Years Down a Country Road Book Summary : For the past half century, Ralph Emery's incredibly popular radio and television programs have allowed millions to tune into the newest hits and savor their old favorites. Now Ralph combines his unique perspective with an encyclopedic wealth of country lore as he examines the changing face of the music he loves. From Hank Williams, George Jones, Loretta Lynn, and Johnny Cash to Garth Brooks, Shania Twain, and the Dixie Chicks, he chronicles the lives and careers of the stars, many of them his close friends. He shows how country music has changed over the years, but also reveals how its eternal themes and timeless melodies have kept this quintessentially American genre alive and well for fans of all ages.
📒Down A Country Lane ✍ Dene Ward
✏Down a Country Lane Book Summary : Dene Ward was a city girl who married a country boy. They raised their family in the country, as their father was raised, and she quickly learned about toiling in the garden, chasing loose pigs, looking for snakes in the oddest places, and never taking for granted electricity, running water, and a clear path from the road to the house--half a mile down the country lane. Join her as she shares the lessons she has acquired with hard experience, which have also given her more insight to the rural-based lessons Jesus taught, and find yourself too, a little closer to God.
📒Along That Country Road ✍ Marian Matthews
✏Along That Country Road Book Summary : Born in 1921 in a two-up, two-down cottage in Gloucester, Mary is the cosseted only child of Fred, a carpenter and Edith, a retired head parlour maid. But Mary's idyllic childhood is shattered by tragedy, the effects of which remain with her all her life. In her teens, Mary discovers first love, but the storm clouds of war gathering over Europe force her down a different road. She becomes a Land Girl and meets Harold, a farmer's son. They marry and share their passion for each other and the land. The relentless toil of running a dairy unit in post war Britain on just 32 acres, forces Mary to draw on every last ounce of her strength.
📒Rachel S Prayer Country Road Chronicles Book 2 ✍ Leisha Kelly
✏Rachel s Prayer Country Road Chronicles Book 2 Book Summary : The Wortham family has been tested through hard times of injury, illness, and loss. But with the world on the brink of war, they are about to be tested again. And this time, they'll face the ultimate test: one of courage and survival. Just days after the surprise attack on Pearl Harbor, Robert Wortham and Willy Hammond enlist. As they head off to fight, their families are left behind to deal with fears of what lies ahead for their beloved brothers and sons. Armed with their faith in God and a bold prayer from Robert's girlfriend, Rachel, the Worthams and Hammonds can only hope for peace, strength, and a greater understanding of God amidst this cruel conflict that could forever change the future of both families. The continuing story of the Wortham family and book 2 in the Country Road Chronicles, Rachel's Prayer is a powerful saga of courage and faith during the Second World War.
📒And The Walls Came Tumbling Down ✍ Tom Morrison
✏And the Walls Came Tumbling Down Book Summary : The Civil War is in its early stages when Joshua Stone leaves his home in rural North Carolina to help protect his family and to seek adventure. Joshua is taken to a training camp where he learns to soldier and becomes close to five other recruits who are his tent mates. He experiences war first hand at the battle of Fredericksburg. There he kills three enemy soldiers. He then begins to question the rightness of taking another life. One dark night, at the battle of Chancellorsville, he shoots a shadowy figure who turns out to be his own general Stonewall Jackson. From this point forward he can no longer shoot at another man. His group of buddies dwindles to three. And now he is running across the fields at Gettysburg as a part of Picketts charge. His two remaining companions are killed and he leaves something on the battlefield that will tie him to Stonewall Jackson for the rest of his life. The story explores the issues of the justified killing of another human being, the treatment of negroes and the effects of war on soldiers both physically and mentally.
📒Teachable Moments From My Savior ✍ Allison Jordan
✏Teachable Moments From My Savior Book Summary : I'm amazed at how my Savior can take any and every circumstance around me to show me more about him. From drinking a cup of coffee to riding down a country road, each moment of life is a glorious opportunity to learn more about the heart of my Savior. These are precious moments for me to grow more and more in love with him! My prayer has always been that this journey of life would continually bring honor and glory to him. By using every opportunity, my mistakes, my successes, and my day-to-day adventures, he teaches me how to use them for his glory. This life he blessed me with is all about him and I want the world to see Jesus in me. He is Life and so worth living for! So, these are my thoughts, my heart cries, and my lessons from his glorious Word. These are the teachable moments from my Savior!