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Hurricane of Love
Author: Dan Wheeler
Publisher: WestBow Press
ISBN: 1973632896
Pages: 224
Year: 2018-07-19
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Beth and Dan Wheeler had it all. Their growing family consisted of two beautiful daughters, a loving son-in-law, and a handsome grandson. They lived in their dream house on a beautiful, sprawling property. Dan was enjoying a thriving career as a popular television host on QVC. Suddenly in 2012, their world was rocked when Beth was diagnosed with stage IV cancer. Our priorities were turned upside down but ultimately right side up in an instant, Dan writes. For three years, he balanced his career as a cheerful, upbeat television host with caring for his wife as she battled for her life against an aggressive form of cancer. Now, at last, he shares their inspiring story in Hurricane of Love: My Journey with Beth Wheeler. Beths tremendous capacity to love swept through the halls of medical clinics, hospitals, and chemotherapy suites, positively impacting the lives of medical personnel, family, and friends. You will read about the many miracles they encountered along the way, including an angelic appearance and glimpses of heaven. Beths love and her strong faith in the Lord enabled her to face death with grace, dignity, and tremendous courage. This book will calm your fears, strengthen your faith, and inspire your hope. Beth Wheelers love was like a hurricane. It hit everyone in its path. Be prepared to be swept away!
Kisses from Katie
Author: Katie Davis, Beth Clark
Publisher: Authentic Media Inc
ISBN: 1780780699
Pages: 209
Year: 2013-01-18
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Katie was a normal American teenager when she decided to explore the possibility of voluntary work overseas. She temporarily 'quit life' to serve in Uganda for a year before going to college. However, returning to 'normal' became impossible and Katie 'quit life' - college, designer clothes, her little yellow convertible and her boyfriend - for good, remaining in Uganda. In the early days she felt as though she were trying to empty the ocean with an eyedropper, but has learnt that she is not called to change the world in itself, but to change the world for one person at a time. By the age of 22 Katie had adopted 14 girls and founded Amizima Ministries which currently has sponsors for over 600 children and a feeding program for Uganda's poorest citizens - so it is no wonder she feels Jesus wrecked her life, shattered it to pieces, and put it back together making it more beautiful than it was before.
Somebody Like You
Author: Beth K. Vogt
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1476737592
Pages: 368
Year: 2014-05-13
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In this beautifully rendered, affecting novel, a young widow’s world is shattered when she meets her late husband’s identical twin—and finds herself caught between honoring her husband’s memory and falling in love with his reflection. Haley’s three-year marriage to Sam, an army medic, ends tragically when he’s killed in Afghanistan. Her attempts to create a new life for herself are ambushed when she arrives home one evening—and finds her husband waiting for her. Did the military make an unimaginable mistake when they told her Sam was killed? Too late to make things right with his estranged twin brother, Stephen discovers Sam never told Haley about him. As Haley and Stephen navigate their fragile relation­ship, they are inexorably drawn to each other. How can they honor the memory of a man whose death brought them together—and whose ghost could drive them apart? Somebody Like You is a beautifully rendered, affecting novel, reminding us that while we can’t change the past, we have the choice to change the future and start anew.
The Healing Consciousness
Author: Beth Baughman DuPree
Publisher: Wovenword Press
ISBN: 0976667843
Pages: 312
Year: 2006-01-01
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Beth Baughman DuPree, M.D. spent years developing the skills of a surgeon, only to discover that Western medicine is only a part of the process for addressing cancer and other diseases. The wisdom of complementary medicine is a basic tool for healing the whole patient.
Beth's Journey
Author: Peggy Williamson
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1477292586
Pages: 124
Year: 2012-11-20
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Beth’s Journey is a tale of courage and strength of the human spirit. In a writing style that is clean, simple, and beautifully authentic, author Peggy Williamson’s narrator is Beth herself. Beth is a teen age girl who lives on the family homestead in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia. She and her brother were orphaned when she was sixteen, and they join a wagon train headed to Oregon. Beth and Newitt were taught well by their parents, and are up to the challenges of the rugged trail westward. Williamson provides the readers with vividly depicted details of the rigors and dangers faced by pioneers who traversed the Oregon Trail. Heat, storms, mountains, rivers, exhaustion, and illness plague them, but it is the brutal Indian attack that ultimately tests Beth to the limits of her endurance. Beth’s Journey is a tribute to our heritage, and a researched, but fictional view of our American experience during the period of time.
Once Were Warriors
Author: Alan Duff
Publisher: Univ. of Queensland Press
ISBN: 070222829X
Pages: 198
Year: 1990
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Alan Duff's ground-breaking first novel is one of the most talked-about books ever published in New Zealand and is now the basis of a major New Zealand film. This hard hitting story is a frank and uncompromising portrayal of Maori in New Zealand society. It is a raw and powerful story in which everyone is a victim until the strength and vision of one woman transcends brutality and leads the way to a new life. Alan Duff was born in Rotorua and now lives in Havelock North. He is the author of two novels, Once Were Warriors and One Night Out Stealing and one work of non fiction, Maori, the Crisis and the Challenge.
We Never Left You
Author: Beth Olsen, Richard Olsen, Andrea Cagan
ISBN: 069264489X
Pages: 164
Year: 2016-02-15
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Embark on a journey of healing and life after death in this true story of one couple struggling to heal after the devastating loss of their two children.
A November Bride
Author: Beth K. Vogt
Publisher: Zondervan
ISBN: 0310339189
Pages: 132
Year: 2014-10-28
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A year's worth of novellas from twelve inspirational romance authors. Happily ever after guaranteed. Can a decades-long friendship marred by two romantic missteps ever lead to happily ever after? Sadie McAllister’s clients know how lucky they are to have her: an ultra-fastidious personal chef who leaves behind a spotless kitchen and a week’s worth of mouth-watering meals. Erik Davis, her best friend since middle school, is content to enjoy Sadie’s culinary skills too while maintaining their “friends only” status. Most of his energy is focused on his just-launched freelance business and casual dates that never come close to a commitment. But when Sadie is offered a once-in-a-lifetime cooking job across country, Erik realizes maybe he’s taken his best friend for granted. Even more, he’s about to lose his only chance for lasting love. How can Erik convince Sadie that the well-known adage “Marry your best friend” just might apply to them? With God’s help, can they both move past their assumptions about each other and their future? Should Sadie and Erik risk taking their relationship to the romantic point of no return? If they do, their decades-long friendship is as a good as done . . . unless it ends at the altar.


Author: Sarah Beth Durst
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1471104974
Pages: 320
Year: 2012-12-11
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When Cassie was little her grandmother would tell her stories about the Arctic… stories about snow and ice, about a beautiful castle made of ice, and about her mother, who made a deal with the Polar Bear King and was swept away to the ends of the earth to become a prisoner of the trolls. Cassie is older now and has no time for fairytales and talking animals, or lies about her dead mother. Living with her father at the Arctic research centre, she is determined to become a leading scientist and researcher. But when Cassie comes face to face with a mysterious polar bear, one that defies all scientific fact or knowledge, she begins realise that the fairytales could actually be true. Armed with the knowledge that her mother might be alive, Cassie makes a deal with the Polar Bear King, and embarks on a dangerous journey against time to save her. But her agreement with the Polar Bear King comes with consequences she never bargained for, and before her journey's end Cassie will discover the true meaning of love and family, and loss. A compelling romantic fantasy set in the beautiful frozen Arctic.
The Long Way Home
Author: Rachel Spangler
Publisher: Bold Strokes Books Inc
ISBN: 1602824770
Pages: 256
Year: 2011-01-01
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They say you can't go home again, but Raine St. James doesn't know why anyone would want to. Rory St. James was disowned after she came out at seventeen. She rebounded by moving to Chicago, changing her name to Raine and putting down her hometown to audiences around the country. Now, ten years later, too old to be considered a gay youth, broke, evicted, and fresh off a much needed break-up, Raine St. James is forced to accept a job teaching at Bramble University in Darlington, the town she's been publicly bashing for the last decade. Beth Devoroux was born and raised in Darlington. Despite losing her parents at a young age, she is well loved by everyone who knows her. She leads a comfortable life with good job at Bramble University, a long-term but closeted relationship, friends that she can count on, and everything she thinks she wants, so why is she so drawn to a rabble-rouser like Raine St. James? Can Raine and Beth face their pasts and come to terms with their differences in order to have any hope for a future together?
Healing Begins in the Kitchen
Author: Ivan Misner
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 1514228920
Pages: 430
Year: 2017-07-13
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"Offering information, support, and recipes for anyone looking to make a positive impact on a serious health condition, Healing Begins in the Kitchen is the ultimate resource for building up your immune system so that it can do what it is meant to do: keep you healthy."--Back cover.
Bold Women in Montana History
Author: Beth Judy
Publisher: Bold Women
ISBN: 0878426760
Pages: 252
Year: 2017
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From the Blackfeet warrior Running Eagle to the stereotype-smashing librarian Alma Jacobs, the eleven women portrayed in this engaging book were indeed bold--breaking down barriers of sexism, racism, and political opposition to emerge as heroines of their time. The third in this Mountain Press's state-by-state series for teen readers, Bold Women in Montana History reveals the feminine side of the Tresure State's storied past. Within these pages are stories of fearless femmes who dared to dream and resolved to take action. Among them we meet Annie Morgan, a Philipsburg homesteader whose mysterious life is only now coming to light; the bronc-riding Greenough sisters, Alice and Marge, who became rodeo stars during the sport's heyday; and Elouise Cobell, champion of Native American rights.
Into the Wild
Author: Sarah Beth Durst
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 1595141855
Pages: 278
Year: 2008-05-29
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Rapunzel tries to live a normal life after her escape from the Wild and the fairy tale plots it imposes, but when the Wild takes over her town, it is her daughter Julie who tries to prevent everyone from being trapped in a story.
Rachel's Tears: 10th Anniversary Edition
Author: Beth Nimmo, Darrell Scott, Steve Rabey
Publisher: Thomas Nelson
ISBN: 1418513792
Pages: 224
Year: 2009-02-16
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"I am not going to apologize for speaking the name of Jesus . . . If I have to sacrifice everything . . . I will." ûRachel Scott The Columbine tragedy in April 1999 pierced the heart of our country. We later learned that the teenage killers specifically targeted Rachel Scott and mocked her Christian faith on their chilling, homemade videotapes. Rachel Scott died for her faith. Now her parents talk about Rachel's life and how they have found meaning in their daughter's martyrdom in the aftermath of the school shooting. Rachel's Tears comes from a heartfelt need to celebrate this young girl's life, to work through the grief and the questions of a nation, and to comfort those who have been touched by violence in our schools today. Using excerpts and drawings from Rachel's own journals, her parents offer a spiritual perspective on the Columbine tragedy and provide a vision of hope for preventing youth violence across the nation. Meets national education standards.
What Inspirational Literature Do I Read Next?
Author: Pamela Willwerth Aue, Henry L. Carrigan
Publisher: Gale Research International, Limited
ISBN: 0787639427
Pages: 479
Year: 1999-08-31
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Religiously-inspired novels, inspirational writings and biographical works on people who are models for spiritual growth are among the recommendations found in this reference.