Journey To Forgiveness

Author: Eve Bauer
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781543020359
Size: 61.44 MB
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Life on a farm spanning the mid-1950s to the mid-1970s offered many challenges for a girl child. In the case of young Eve, coming of age in the lush San Luis Valley of the Southwest, there was an added challenge: her household consisted of her parents and five sisters, at a time when children were expected to be farmhands, rather than young humans learning to navigate life. Daughters were no exception, and Eve's dad was harsh and demanding. Yet, along with his demands for labor, came his love for life and his desire to share his wisdom. As Eve grows into a woman, she vacillates between loving and hating her father. But when she faces his impending death, she realizes it's time to make peace with the past.


Author: Brian Castle
Publisher: SPCK
ISBN: 028107027X
Size: 42.95 MB
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Starting from the area covered by his previously book - Memory, Victimhood, Forgiveness and Reaching out to the Other, the author moves deeper to speak of personal flourishing, social cohesion, political co-existence and the survival of the planet, as well as a deeper understanding of the work of God in the world.

A Journey To The Unknown Of A Young Girl Named Kahache

Author: Mauricia D Mathews
Publisher: Trafford Publishing
ISBN: 1412238714
Size: 79.38 MB
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A Journey to the Unknown of a Young Girl Named Kahache is sensational. It will make you laugh, make you cry, and make you live again.

Border Of Death Valley Of Life

Author: Daniel G. Groody
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
ISBN: 0742571882
Size: 35.29 MB
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This is a powerful, first-hand account of a religious ministry that reaches out to console, heal, and build the lives of poor and desperate immigrants who come to the United States in search of a better life. Daniel G. Groody talked with immigration officials, 'coyote' smugglers, and immigrants in detention centers and those working in the fields. The picture that emerges starkly contrasts with the negative stereotypes about Mexican immigrants: Groody discovered insights into God, family, values, suffering, faith, and hope that offer a treasury of spiritual knowledge helpful to anyone, even those who are materially comfortable but spiritually empty. This book has a message that reaches across borders, divisions, and preconceptions; it reaches all the way to the heart.

The Road To Qua Qua Farm

Author: Kathleen J. Perry
Publisher: Author House
ISBN: 1452019088
Size: 21.18 MB
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The Road to Qua ~ Qua Farm is an inspirational story of a young couple living on a hippie commune in the early 1970's. Together with a small band of Hippies from Boston, they moved to the back woods of Nova Scotia. The Old Weagle Farm was over one-hundred years old, run down, and in need of major repair; but the ideal place to live communally in a healthy environment, free from the norms, and values of society. They would learn to live off the land, and barter for things they could not provide for themselves. Daily living was pushed to the limits with the absence of electricity, indoor plumbing, and central heating. Determined to break tradition, their journey led them to this place, and they were determined to find out why!Their Quest was spiritual in nature, as they discovered the dusty road leading to the farm was just the beginning of a journey to awaken their souls, and satisfy the emptiness within their hearts. It would be a quest toward the King and His Kingdom! Striving for a life filled with material possessions, power, and pleasure, still touches generations today. Through personal experience, and circumstances beyond their control, they began to realize this pursuit was empty, and meaningless, leaving an unquenchable thirst that could not be satisfied. Compelled to search for the true meaning of their existence, their lives, attitudes, and characters were transformed along the Road to Qua ~ Qua Farm. The true stories within the pages of this book will inspire, and encourage you to achieve your hopes, and dreams while helping you to discover for yourself the real purpose of your life. For what will it profit a man to gain the whole world, and loose his soul?

Forgiving The Boundaries

Author: Terry Caesar
Publisher: University of Georgia Press
ISBN: 9780820316734
Size: 70.11 MB
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Caesar attempts to historicize the sustaining interplay between romanticism and travel writing, but also emphasizes that his understanding of American travel writing has more to do with narrative form, epistemology, and cultural inheritance than particular historical shapings