Expert Secrets

Author: Russell Brunson
Publisher: Morgan James Publishing
ISBN: 1683504593
Size: 56.59 MB
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Your message has the ability to change someone’s life. The impact that the right message can have on someone at the right time in their life is immeasurable. It could help to save marriages, repair families, change someone’s health, grow a company or more... But only if you know how to get it into the hands of the people whose lives you have been called to change. Expert Secrets will put your message into the hands of people who need it.

Mother Daughter Bond

Author: Roshaunda Alexander
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1514410893
Size: 79.53 MB
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A story of a mother's unconditional love for her daughter.

What Tears Us Apart

Author: Deborah Cloyed
Publisher: Harlequin
ISBN: 146030974X
Size: 48.31 MB
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Love lives in the most dangerous places of the heart The real world. That's what Leda desperately seeks when she flees her life of privilege to travel to Kenya. She finds it at a boys'orphanage in the slums of Nairobi. What she doesn't expect is to fall for Ita, the charismatic and thoughtful man who gave up his dreams to offer children a haven in the midst of turmoil. Their love should be enough for one another-it embodies the soul-deep connection both have always craved. But it is threatened by Ita's troubled childhood friend, Chege, a gang leader with whom he shares a complex history. As political unrest reaches a boiling point and the slum erupts in violence, Leda is attacked…and forced to put her trust in Chege, the one person who otherwise inspires anything but. In the aftermath of Leda's rescue, disturbing secrets are exposed, and Leda, Ita and Chege are each left grappling with their own regret and confusion. Their worlds upturned, they must now face the reality that sometimes the most treacherous threat is not the world outside, but the demons within.

The House Of Joshua

Author: Mary Kathryn Donachy
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1450082335
Size: 65.11 MB
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This captivating book introduces you to a loving, fascinating family and a special way of life. You will laugh and cry as you experience life with the family and friends of Joshua McCracken. You will find that it will leave you with a hunger for more. Mary Kathryn Donachy will capture your interest as well as your heart and leave you anxiously awaiting the unfolding saga of The House of Joshua.—Paula J. Reichert Raising teenagers has never been easy, even in Pennsylvania in the 1800s. But this family relies on their faith, determination, and dreams of the future to survive the physical, mental, and spiritual obstacles they face. This is a saga of the McCracken family, led by Joshua and Mary Kathryn, who lead their children with love and dependence on their own individual faith and personal convictions. On their journey, they meet new friends and new opportunities. There are the crises of young love, dealing with scars of the past, as well as a perilous blizzard. We meet Indians and runaway slaves and learn about tanning and ice harvesting. This is a great page-turner. I couldn’t wait to see what happened next.—Daniel C. Brown

Proceedings Of The 4th World Conference On Detergents

Author: Arno Cahn
Publisher: The American Oil Chemists Society
ISBN: 9781893997011
Size: 72.26 MB
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These proceedings document a conference that has become the forum not only for the dissemination of new technical developments, reviews of markets and consumer habits across the globe, but also for communicating "policy" by the major players in the industry.

Property Rights In The Late Medieval Discussion On Franciscan Poverty

Author: Virpi Mäkinen
Publisher: Peeters Publishers
ISBN: 9789042909403
Size: 67.20 MB
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Property Rights in the Late Medieval Discussion on Franciscan Poverty contributes to our understanding of the history of the concept of individual natural rights by tracing the controversies surrounding the Franciscan ideal of absolute poverty from the 1250s to the 1320s. Virpi Makinen, Th.D., analyzes the complex legal, moral, and theological arguments for and against the Franciscan ideal of giving up all rights over property - an ideal that the Franciscans argued was in perfect imitation of Christ and the Apostles. Makinen pays particular attention to the concepts of rights, especially to the distinctions between dominion (dominium), right (ius) and factual use (usus facti). She discusses the arguments made by both the defenders of the Franciscan claim of apostolic poverty (Bonaventure and Bonagratia of Bergamo) and the attackers, most of whom were secular clerics (such as William of Saint-Amour, Gerard of Abbeville, Henry of Ghent, and Godfrey of Fontaines). Makinen then analyzes the support the Order received from the papacy, and how this support was undermined by Pope John XXII's vehement attack on the Franciscans in the 1320s. The book shows how the debate concerning Franciscan poverty gave rise to a new language of rights, which paved the way to the idea of individual natural rights.


Author: Patience Oyenike Ogunbiyi
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1467883697
Size: 72.88 MB
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Abeke and her husband Soga wanted a child but this became an impossible dream when every child born to the couple died before the age of five. Heart broken and and resigned to fate and neighbours' insults, Abeke did not expect much of her last child Efuseewo. But Efuseewo lived and survived even after her parents died before she was fully adult