Riding The Rapids

Author: Charles Landry
ISBN: 9781859461617
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Riding The Rapids identifies the drivers for change that will shape British cities over the next 20 years.

Riding The Rapids

Author: A. J. Marcus
Publisher: eXtasy Books
ISBN: 1487414919
Size: 57.48 MB
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A kayak ride through turbulent water brings an otter shifter and a bear shifter together in ways they hadn't expected when the journey started.

Riding The Rapids

Author: Ashleigh Hooker
ISBN: 9781876106164
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In 1967 twenty-five year old Sylvia Jeanes left the suburbs of Brisbane for the jungles of Borneo. Riding the Rapids is the story of a woman who chooses a life of costly service. In theface of danger, spiritual warfare and her own human frailty, God¿s power keeps carrying her along. Now after 40 years in North Borneo, Sylvia¿s work continues. Her story is both encouraging and challenging.


Author: Sarah B. Beurskens
ISBN: 9780789119582
Size: 46.90 MB
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White-water adventure stories offer an introduction to the sport of kayaking.

Keeping Calm When Riding The Rapids Optimism And Perceived Partner Withdrawal

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Abstract: Partners often encounter situations in which their needs and preferences diverge. Partners sometimes prefer to be on their own and withdraw from interactions, and these situations can cause distress. We hypothesized that optimists may navigate such situations more adaptively. Using momentary assessment and questionnaire data from 103 couples, we examined how spouses responded to perceived partner withdrawal and whether optimism moderated these responses. When spouses perceived the partner to withdraw, they reported less positive and more negative behaviors. Optimism moderated this effect beyond the effects of positive expectations, suggesting that optimists are less reactive to withdrawal. Partners with more positive expectations reported more benevolent behaviors, although they reported less benevolent behaviors on days of partner withdrawal than on other days.

Riding The Flume

Author: Patricia Curtis Pfitsch
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1481461117
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Don't tell anyone -- the only safety is in secrecy. During the summer of 1894 the giant sequoia trees -- the oldest living things on earth -- are being felled for lumber in northern California. When fifteen-year-old Francie finds a note hidden in the stump of an old sequoia, she immediately recognizes her sister's handwriting. But Carrie died in an accident six years ago. Could Carrie's secret still be important? Francie's search for the truth turns dangerous, and she needs to get to St. Joseph fast. She's faced with the choice of either giving up, or riding the flume, a rickety track that carries lumber from the mills in the mountains to the lumberyard in St. Joseph. Should Francie risk her life for the secret her sister fought to keep?

Redeemed For A Reason

Author: Amy Garner
Publisher: WestBow Press
ISBN: 1512734993
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Every life has a meaning. Every life has purpose. Our churches are full of the redeemed, but are they fulfilling their purpose? Do they recognize the reason for their redemption? Take a journey with God and discover his reason for your redemption. Dont worry about packing your bags; God has already taken care of your luggage. Set off with him while he shows you all the wonderful experiences and gifts he has packed inside of you for this journey through life. Fulfillment and joy are waiting for you, a place of honor has been set for you, and the King wishes to become your traveling companion. Join Amy as she takes you through her journey to understanding the reason for redemption, marvel at the goodness of our Lord, and discover his perfect plan for your life.

Daily Stepping Stones Of Faith

Author: Carolina Carpenter
Publisher: Xulon Press
ISBN: 1607918005
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One stepping stone at a time, God brought healing, guidance, and direction into the life of Carolina Carpenter. Each poem, inspired by God, brought Carolina deliverance from the miry clay and set her feet upon the Rock. The publication of this book is nothing short of a miracle. For with God, all things are possible. Carolina's prayer is that through the pages of this book, others will receive healing, guidance and directions as they walk through the stepping stones of their lives. Today, Carolina Carpenter is serving as full-time missionary in South Carolina through the North American Mission Board. She is the proud mother of two grown children and two precious grandchildren. Carolina grew up in the mountains of Western North Carolina. She has served as a missionary in Malawi, Africa and in the United States. God also gave Carolina the talent to paint landscapes. Her work is in galleries in Tennessee and North Carolina.