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📒Standing On My Knees ✍ Pinkstone
✏Standing on My Knees Book Summary : The Gentleman seemed to have been reliving a tragic accident, not being able to remember any of its details. The ongoing frightening memories, the sense of constant danger, numbness & disconnect made for any hopes of a mental & physical, recovery nearly impossible; because, The Gentlemen woke up one day, a Paraplegic.
📒Standing On My Knees ✍ John Olive
✏Standing on My Knees Book Summary : THE STORY: Catherine, a young and promising poet affected with schizophrenia, returns home to her cluttered apartment after a stay in the hospital. Urged on by her publisher she struggles to pursue her art, but the very intensity of thought that th
📒Standing On My Knees ✍ Jeff Lucas
✏Standing on My Knees Book Summary : myths that hinder our prayer life. Describing his book as an alternative prayer manual, Jeff offers a wealth of practical suggestions to help Christians of all ages and stages to develop a stronger one-on-one relationship with the Almighty. He is open about his own struggles in this area, and writes with clarity and compassion about an aspect of the life of faith that many of us find difficult. First published as How Not to Pray, this book is now revised and updated. Jeff says: The core message is the same, but ten years on I am writing from a different part of the wood. I am not sure I am wiser, but I am certainly more experienced – and continue to believe that if we get our prayer habits right, the rest of life is more likely to fall into place.
📒Standing On My Knees ✍ Kathryn S. Carrington
✏Standing on My Knees Book Summary : I met Jerome on a busy city street in Baltimore, Maryland, when he was forty-five years old. On that particular day, I was out and about, enjoying a much-needed day off from work. I wanted to purchase a sukiyaki sub. I parked my car in an area of west Baltimore that Baltimoreans call the VillageEdmonson Village, to be exactand proceeded to make my way through the hood, toward a rather grim-looking sub shop. This particular sub shop was a familiar passage where food inspectors were sure to notice the cooks not washing their hands, where the ovens would probably need a good cleaning, and the windows and floors would more than likely be absent of a fresh coat of paint or a wash; yet this place had the best subs five miles north or south of the beltway. The funny part about this entire situation was that this was a place that I knew I had no business eating anything out of. Sometimes it's the most unlikely places where God has us meet those who are destined to serve as teachers and/or students in our lives. "
📒Down On My Knees ✍ Victor McGlothin
✏Down On My Knees Book Summary : When a single mother takes a vow of celibacy, she has no idea that trying to be good will make her want to be so bad. . . A single mom and busy advertising executive, Grace has been a bridesmaid one too many times. Not that she doesn't have her share of admirers--and lovers--but Grace wants something more. She's ready for a husband--and a father for her thirteen-year-old son, André. With a little counsel from her church minister's wife--and a little inspiration from the sight of André's handsome English teacher, Wallace Peters--Grace decides to keep her mind open and her clothes on. No matter how hard the Devil chases her. . . After a series of dating fiascos, Grace receives a call from Wallace Peters. Will the school teacher save the day? Or will André's biological father, who mysteriously reappears after thirteen years, turn out to be Mr. Right after all? As Grace soon discovers, it's amazing what miracles can happen once she puts her life--and her heart--in His hands. . .
📒Taken To My Knees ✍ Kimberley Rideout
✏Taken to my Knees Book Summary : On March 14, 2012, Kim Rideout heard the words that one in every nine women will hear in her lifetime: she had breast cancer. Taken To My Knees is a candid memoir written from the daily journals she kept as she underwent surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation treatments to deal with the IDC Stage IIB breast cancer she had been diagnosed with. Rideout recounts how scared she was in those early days with a brutal honesty. She takes her audience along with her as she makes daily attempts to reconcile her “new normal” with the gut-wrenching fear that a cancer diagnosis brings. In sharing her story, Rideout demonstrates how important it is to be surrounded with love, family, and friendship and how a positive attitude can be just as important in the healing process as any medication. This poignant book will provide a firsthand insight to family, friends, and caregivers of any breast cancer patient as well as give hope and strength to fellow warrior survivors.
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📒Sleeping With Steinbeck ✍ Kelly Dougherty
✏Sleeping with Steinbeck Book Summary : "Chronicles ... Dougherty's cross-country journey with her dog. Following in the steps of legendary author ... John Steinbeck, Dougherty shares [her] perspective of the American spirit."--Page 4 of cover.
📒Standing Our Ground ✍ Lucy McBath
✏Standing Our Ground Book Summary : From the national spokesperson for Everytown for Gun Safety and leading gun violence prevention advocate comes the riveting memoir of a mother’s loss and call to action, as well as a faith-based exploration of how the nation’s gun laws put a deadly target on American lives. Lucia Kay McBath knew deep down that a bullet could one day take her son. After all, she had watched the news of countless unarmed black men unjustly gunned down. Standing Our Ground: Putting Faith in God Over Faith in Guns is McBath’s memoir of raising, loving, and losing her son to gun violence, and the story of how she transformed her pain into activism. After seventeen-year-old Jordan Davis was shot by a man who thought the music playing on his car stereo was too loud, the nation grieved yet again for the unnecessary loss of life. Here, McBath goes beyond the timeline and the assailant’s defense—Stand Your Ground—to present an emotional account of her fervent fight for justice, and her awakening to a cause that will drive the rest of her days. But more than McBath’s story or that of her son, Standing Our Ground keenly observes the social and political evolution of America’s gun culture. A must-read for anyone concerned with gun safety in America, it harkens back to such bestsellers as The Short and Tragic Life of Robert Peace and Nobody.