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📒Every Day I Fight ✍ Stuart Scott
✏Every Day I Fight Book Summary : “When you die, it does not mean that you lose to cancer. You beat cancer by how you live, why you live, and the manner in which you live.” – Stuart Scott The fearless, intimate, and inspiring story behind ESPN anchor Stuart Scott’s unrelenting fight against cancer, with a foreword by Robin Roberts. Shortly before he passed away, on January 4, 2015, Stuart Scott completed work on this memoir. It was both a labor of love and a love letter to life itself. Not only did Stuart relate his personal story—his childhood in North Carolina, his supportive family, his athletic escapades, his on-the-job training as a fledgling sportscaster, his being hired and eventual triumphs at ESPN—he shared his intimate struggles to keep his story going. Struck by appendiceal cancer in 2007, Stuart battled this rare disease with an unimaginable tenacity and vigor. Countless surgeries, enervating chemotherapies, endless shuttling from home to hospital to office and back—Stuart continued defying fate, pushing himself through exercises and workout routines that kept him strong. He wanted to be there for his teenage daughters, Sydni and Taelor, not simply as their dad, but as an immutable example of determination and courage. Every Day I Fight is a saga of love, an inspiration to us all. From the Hardcover edition.
✏I Fight For My Health Every Day In A Way Most People Don t Understand I m Not Lazy I m A Warrior Notebook Book Summary : This is an empty 120 page notebook with mat cover and white pages.
📒Live To Fight Another Day ✍ Paul J. Verheyden
✏Live to Fight Another Day Book Summary : Paul’s life-changing events: 1. Born a triplet in 1955 – 4th of 6 children in family 2. Mom died when I was 5 years old in 1961. She was 45. 3. Dad married Mother when I was 7 in 1963. 4. Acceptance of Jesus Christ as Savior Lord at age 13, 1968. 5. College & single life- ages 18-26, 1974 - 1981. 6. Older sister died when I was 23 in 1978. She was 29. 7. Married at age 27 in 1982. 8. Birth of 1st daughter in 1986. 9. Birth of 1st son in 1987. 10. Delta Plane Crash when I was 33 in 1988. 11. Registered Architect, State of TX at age 34 in 1989. 12. Birth of 2nd son in 1990. 13. Car crash when I was 36 in 1991. 14. Registered Interior Designer, State of TX, age 38 in 1993. 15. Birth of 2nd daughter in 1993. 16. Mother died when I was 40 in 1995. She was 82. 17. Dad married Laverna when I was 41 in 1996. 18. Separation of both legs simultaneously at age 44 in 2000. 19. Miracle of the Crusaders Football Team at age 47 in 2003. 20. Dad died when I was 50 in 2006. He was 90. 21. Brain Surgery at age 53 in Jan. 2009. 22. 2 seizures with work and income loss at 53 in Feb. 2009. 23. Shoulder Surgery twice at 53 in Mar. 2009. Use the Bible Reading charts in the back of the book to read through the Bible in one year!
📒 Live Locally Fight Globally ✍ Jesse Jerome Norris
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📒A Pale Shade Of Blue ✍ Tommy Melis
✏A Pale Shade of Blue Book Summary : In this revised edition of his poetry collection, A Pale Shade of Blue, Tommy Melis explores topics ranging from feminism and equality to religious oppression and existential freedom. For this revision, he has added new poems written between 2011 and 2012 and included previously unreleased poetry written between 1999 and 2008, representing his earliest work. Like most Cuban Americans, he grew up in a family that celebrated their rich cultural history as both Cuban exiles and first-generation Americans. The characters represented in his poems have overcome mental illness and found healing in identifying common societal themes between the blurred lines of justice and freedom. Having to find their way to the light, they speak out of the darkness they have seen, and their relentless emotional trappings they each seek to be free from. The stories are of perseverance and often speak of things normally swept under rugs. The poems in this collection are divided into five distinct books: Book One: The Tree Growing represents rebirth and belief; Book Two: Stems considers embracing and releasing the darkness; Book Three: Branches speaks to oppression and cultural moldings; Book Four: Fire covers lessons learned; and Book Five: Roots looks at the connection between the poet and his reader. A Pale Shade of Blue opens up the world of a vibrant culture and the emotions associated with overcoming personal challenges for all to consider.
📒Fight To Survive ✍ Steven Blair Wheeler
✏Fight to Survive Book Summary : In mid-December, 1944, the men of the US 106th Infantry Division were holding part of the front line that protruded into Nazi Germany when Hitler launched a massive surprise offensive. Thousands of German infantry in white camouflage supported by hundreds of heavy guns, and whitewashed tanks-including huge Tiger IIs-overran the American positions. Out-numbered and often without communication with neighboring units, American GIs fought stubbornly. Many died at their posts, others grudgingly withdrew under tremendous pressure to then turn and fight again. But while the Allied high command strove to determine the extent of the Nazi offensive, and began to shit units to combat it, two entire regiments of the 106th Infantry were surrounded. The men were forced to choose between surrender or attempt a perilous escape. Fight to Survive tells the stories of men who fought to stem the German onslaught. These American infantrymen, armored cavalrymen, engineers, artillerymen, and Service and Supply technicians fought bravely against overwhelming odds. Ultimately, some decided to take their chances on escape and evasion rather than surrender. The man who took it upon himself to rally some of these soldiers is First Lieutenant Arthur Hill, whose experiences are based on a real American hero whose exploits are the stuff of legend. Fight to Survive also tells the story of a highly-decorated Nazi SS major. Karl Grabner's one aim is to return to combat duty after having been severely wounded on the Russian front. He is a Nazi, and a realist. He knows that Germany will not win the war and is determined to lead a combat unit one last time so that he can die in battle. But the story would not be complete without including the Belgian civilians of the Maris family who help the GIs in the nearby forest at the risk of arrest or summary execution. Fight to Survive is the first book of the three-part series Still in the Woods. Book two, Behind Enemy Lines, is now in publication. The final book, Forest Battles, is scheduled for publication in summer of 2015.
📒Everyday Miracles By God S Design ✍ David A. Jernigan
✏Everyday Miracles by God s Design Book Summary : Don't you wish your body and life came with an Operator's Manual? In his groundbreaking book, Everyday Miracles by God's Design, Dr. David Jernigan presents an amazing interweaving of the latest science and the universal truths from God's Word. This book is a bold step towards the Operator's Manual you always wanted!
📒One Continuous Fight ✍ Eric J. Wittenberg
✏One Continuous Fight Book Summary : The titanic three-day battle of Gettysburg left 50,000 casualties in its wake, a battered Southern army far from its base of supplies, and a rich historiographic legacy. Thousands of books and articles cover nearly every aspect of the battle, but not a single volume focuses on the military aspects of the monumentally important movements of the armies to and across the Potomac River. One Continuous Fight: The Retreat from Gettysburg and the Pursuit of Lee's Army of Northern Virginia, July 4-14, 1863 is the first detailed military history of Lee's retreat and the Union effort to catch and destroy the wounded Army of Northern Virginia. Against steep odds and encumbered with thousands of casualties, Confederate commander Robert E. Lee's post-battle task was to successfully withdraw his army across the Potomac River. Union commander George G. Meade's equally difficult assignment was to intercept the effort and destroy his enemy. The responsibility for defending the exposed Southern columns belonged to cavalry chieftain James Ewell Brown (Jeb) Stuart. If Stuart fumbled his famous ride north to Gettysburg, his generalship during the retreat more than redeemed his flagging reputation. The ten days of retreat triggered nearly two dozen skirmishes and major engagements, including fighting at Granite Hill, Monterey Pass, Hagerstown, Williamsport, Funkstown, Boonsboro, and Falling Waters. President Abraham Lincoln was thankful for the early July battlefield victory, but disappointed that General Meade was unable to surround and crush the Confederates before they found safety on the far side of the Potomac. Exactly what Meade did to try to intercept the fleeing Confederates, and how the Southerners managed to defend their army and ponderous 17-mile long wagon train of wounded until crossing into western Virginia on the early morning of July 14, is the subject of this study One Continuous Fight draws upon a massive array of documents, letters, diaries, newspaper accounts, and published primary and secondary sources. These long-ignored foundational sources allow the authors, each widely known for their expertise in Civil War cavalry operations, to describe carefully each engagement. The result is a rich and comprehensive study loaded with incisive tactical commentary, new perspectives on the strategic role of the Southern and Northern cavalry, and fresh insights on every engagement, large and small, fought during the retreat. The retreat from Gettysburg was so punctuated with fighting that a soldier felt compelled to describe it as "One Continuous Fight." Until now, few students fully realized the accuracy of that description. Complimented with 18 original maps, dozens of photos, and a complete driving tour with GPS coordinates of the entire retreat, One Continuous Fight is an essential book for every student of the American Civil War in general, and for the student of Gettysburg in particular. About the Authors: Eric J. Wittenberg has written widely on Civil War cavalry operations. His books include Glory Enough for All (2002), The Union Cavalry Comes of Age (2003), and The Battle of Monroe's Crossroads and the Civil War's Final Campaign (2005). He lives in Columbus, Ohio. J. David Petruzzi is the author of several magazine articles on Eastern Theater cavalry operations, conducts tours of cavalry sites of the Gettysburg Campaign, and is the author of the popular "Buford's Boys" website at www.bufordsboys.com. Petruzzi lives in Brockway, Pennsylvania. A long time student of the Gettysburg Campaign, Michael Nugent is a retired US Army Armored Cavalry Officer and the descendant of a Civil War Cavalry soldier. He has previously written for several military publications. Nugent lives in Wells, Maine.
📒The Fight To Flourish ✍ Jennie Lusko
✏The Fight to Flourish Book Summary : Explore how to live a life of joy and fullness, especially in the midst of disappointment and broken dreams. How do you live a full life? Perhaps the better question is, how do you really live when life throws you sucker punches, when you face obstacles that seem to snuff out your faith, when you lose something or someone precious to you? In The Fight to Flourish, Jennie Lusko encourages women to suit up and thrive, not just in the dailies of monotony and routine but even in the most desolate of places. Using the backdrop of her second-born daughter Lenya’s passing into heaven five days before Christmas in 2012, Jennie invites readers to embrace whatever destination they’ve landed. She teaches how, through the good and the bad, they can learn to grow, be strong, draw near to God, and be a blessing to others. It is in this sacred space of pain and promise that women can begin to flourish.
📒The Beautiful Fight ✍ Gary L. Thomas
✏The Beautiful Fight Book Summary : In a groundbreaking book that rethinks spiritual formation, Gary Thomas argues that the contemporary church is in danger of accepting Christianity as a historical reality but not as a present power. Is the grace that pardons powerful enough to transform? Answering with a resounding yes, Thomas presents a compelling picture of what it means to be a “God oasis” in a God-forgetting world.“The first chapter alone is worth reading many times. This is beauty and struggle. This is the death that leads to life.”John Ortberg, Pastor and Author, Menlo Park Presbyterian Church“Set this book down ... slowly ... turn around ... and run away ... unless you hunger for a deeper vision of faith and thirst for genuine life transformation ... if you do, read on.”Kevin Harney, Pastor and Author“Once again, Gary Thomas challenges me to live passionately for God and to apply his transforming power to my daily decisions.”Kay Warren, Executive Director, HIV/AIDS Initiative, Saddleback ChurchThe Beautiful Fight will energize your life and your church. It will inspire you, equip you, and challenge you to delve ever deeper into what it means to be a truly holy believer, transformed into the image of Jesus Christ. Discover just how radical Christian transformation can be, as you learn to see with new eyes, think with a new mind, and feel with a new heart. Thomas rallies you to the Beautiful Fight—the struggle to fully express the wonder and life-changing power of Christ in this world through every aspect of who you are.