A Change Of Heart

Author: Daniel Levy (M.D.)
Publisher: Alfred a Knopf Incorporated
ISBN:
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Takes a close-up look at the Framingham Heart Study, which began in 1948, and the revolutionary information it has provided about cardiovascular disease and its lifestyle component, and explains how by limiting risk factors--fat and alcohol intake, smoking, excess weight, physical inactivity, and stress--and monitoring blood pressure and cholesterol can reduce the ailment. 25,000 first printing.

A Change Of Heart

Author: Julia Thorne
Publisher: Perennial
ISBN:
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Discusses the decision to divorce, facing change, dealing with transitions, finding forgiveness, and starting a productive new life

A Change Of Heart

Author: Beth Wiseman
Publisher: Thomas Nelson
ISBN: 1401688268
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Follow one year in an Amish community with three heartwarming tales of old friends and new beginnings. "A Change of Heart" is one novella from this collection. Leah is no good at cooking, cleaning, sewing, gardening—the skills that young women need to make a proper Amish wife. All she wants to do is write stories, but she's sincerely tired of being a disappointment. Will she ever find someone who accepts her just as she is?

A Change Of Heart

Author: Andrea Evans
Publisher: Rutledge Books
ISBN: 9781582442419
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But this relationship can be one of the most challenging aspects of marriage. A Change of Heart was designed for mothers-in-law and daughters-in-law who want to improve and strengthen their relationships. Appropriate for use in small groups or for personal study, it offers: A personality questionnaire to help you "look in the mirror" for insight into your own traits and temperament, An engaging story that thoughtfully illustrates the adjustments a woman must make as she becomes part of another family, A study guide filled with exercises, readings and practical ideas to promote healing in your relationship-even if the situations and people around you do not change.

A Change Of Heart

Author: Erin L. McConnell
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1453592482
Size: 45.34 MB
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Embark on a stirring journey that touches the heart and enriches the soul... This novel revolves around the life and loves of the main’s character, Analeise. Being the daughter of a politician, her parents keep a close eye on her, not wanting to draw any attention to the voting public. After her boyfriend breaks up with her however, a new line of events begin to unfold. At seventeen, she unexpectedly gets pregnant, struggles to cope as her parents throws her out, and deals with the trouble of having her new boyfriend away while she gives birth. Lucky for her, she has a friend who has her back, and a Lord who guides her thoughts and actions. Also a story of friendship, love, and forgiveness, A Change of Heart reminds readers that everyone is truly blessed with God by their side.

A Change Of Heart

Author: Amanda Fallgren
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1449018882
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Mia Bentley is a well known accomplished writer. Growing up she had always been an independent and strong willed child. Add to that a very avid imagination, which has probably helped her get where she is today. She has everything she wants. A beautiful home nestled in the mountains of Colorado and a great career. After a tough break up with her fiance, she is adamant about staying single and avoiding all heartaches. She is content with her life the way it is. Until a string of chilling events threaten to invade her world. Then Lane comes into her life. Now she is faced with the decision of taking a chance on love and letting Lane into her life...and heart. Will her world end up shattered again? Lane Talon is a reputable landscaper in Denver and has enjoyed his life to the fullest. His focus is his business. He's happy being single and going on the occasional date. He's in no rush to settle down or to settle for just anyone. That's when he meets Mia. There's a spark there that he's just not willing to ignore and a woman he's not willing to let go. Now all he has to do is convince Mia to take a chance on love. But, will her past stay in the past and let him in?

A Change Of Heart

Author: Thomas C. Oden
Publisher: InterVarsity Press
ISBN: 0830880194
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Preaching's 2014 Best Books for Preachers 2014 Best Theological Memoir from Byron Borger, Hearts and Minds Bookstore How did one of the twentieth century's most celebrated liberals have such a dramatic change of heart? After growing up in the heart of rural Methodism in Oklahoma, Thomas Oden found Marx, Nietzsche and Freud storming into his imagination. He joined the post-World War II pacifist movement and became enamored with every aspect of the 1950s' ecumenical Student Christian Movement. Ten years before America's entry into the Vietnam war he admired Ho Chi Min as an agrarian patriot. For Oden, every turn was a left turn. At Yale he earned his PhD under H. Richard Niebuhr and later met with some of the most formidable minds of the era—enjoying conversations with Gadamer, Bultmann and Pannenberg as well as a lengthy discussion with Karl Barth at a makeshift office in his hospital room. While traveling with his family through Turkey, Syria and Israel, he attended Vatican II as an observer and got his first taste of ancient Christianity. And slowly, he stopped making left turns. Oden's enthusiasms for pacifism, ecumenism and the interface between theology and psychotherapy were ambushed by varied shapes of reality. Yet it was a challenge from a Jewish scholar, his friend and mentor Will Herberg, that precipitated his most dramatic turn—back to the great minds of ancient Christianity. Later a meeting with then Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger (later Benedict XIII) planted the seeds for what became Oden s highly influential Ancient Christian Commentary on Scripture. This fascinating memoir walks us through not only his personal history but some of the most memorable chapters in twentieth-century theology.