Title : Finding Margo
Author : Jen Turano
Publisher: Christian Series Level I (24)
Total pages: 500 pages
"International pop star, Margo Hartman is dead tired of touring and a needy entourage. Running away from it all seems like the perfect solution until someone wants her dead for real"--
Title : Finding Peace
Author : Charles Stanley
Publisher: Thomas Nelson
Total pages: 240 pages
In times of crisis and confusion, Dr. Charles Stanley has learned the one phrase that can carry him through: "God, You are in control." The peace he has experienced in life stems from that foundational belief. In Finding Peace, Dr. Stanley shares with readers how they, too, can experience an unshakeable peace which "passes all understanding." Filled with encouragement to lift the soul, Finding Peace offers insight on what causes us to live without God's peace in our lives, and how we can reverse course and open our hearts to receive it. Also, Stanley gives his perspective on the things that hinder peace-including the "Four Great Hallmarks of God's Peace" and "Five Essential Beliefs for a Peaceful Heart"-to put the important message of this book into concrete terms. Addressing regret, anxiety, and fear, Dr. Stanley extends hope for overcoming the obstacles that block peace with the Lord. Finally, he gives direction on learning to live a life of contentment.
Finding Your J Spot: Joy in midlife and beyond
Title : Finding Your J Spot: Joy in midlife and beyond
Author : Peter Brill, MD and David Debin
Total pages: N.A pages
Finding Your Way In A Wild New World
Title : Finding Your Way In A Wild New World
Author : Martha Beck
Publisher: Hachette UK
Total pages: 272 pages
Many people wonder how they got where they are and what they should do now. They feel called to help others and change the world but they just don't know how. Too often, they end up stuck in careers and relationships that don't fit. Now, in Finding Your Way In A Wild New World, popular life coach Martha Beck shows readers how to find their true selves and extend healing to everyone and everything around them. She identifies this growing body of people as wayfinders. Drawing on her coaching expertise and her extraordinary experiences in the South African bush, Martha leads her readers through four magical and practical steps to awaken them to a new way of living in the 21st century.
Finding A Man Worth Keeping
Title : Finding A Man Worth Keeping
Author : Victorya Michaels Rogers
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Total pages: 256 pages
How to Find the Man of Your Dreams How to find the man of your dreams is no longer a matter of mystery and frustration. Victorya Michaels Rogers has done her dating homework, and in this upbeat book she shares the wisdom from her dating experiences with more than one hundred men -- ninety-seven of whom asked her out for a second date. After having found Mr. Right, Victorya will help you, too, find a man worth keeping as she shares secrets, such as how to be a great date, how not to freak him out, how to know when to call it quits, and much more. Don't give up. Refuse to settle. This book can teach you how to find a man who is truly worth keeping.
Best Advice on Finding Mr. Right
Title : Best Advice on Finding Mr. Right
Author : Kelly Gould
Publisher: Thomas Nelson
Total pages: 144 pages
Best Advice on Finding Mr. Right delivers savvy secrets for finding (and keeping!) the man a woman deserves - straight from other women who've successfully navigated the dating scene. From how to flirt to how to get him to commit, this book provides common-sense advice served up with spunk for the woman looking to find love - and make her relationship work. "Flirting is essential. I think the woman should signal men to let them know they will be receptive so that he can feel comfortable approaching. Anyone can learn how to flirt. I did, and I am somewhat introverted." "If you're hanging out with a cluster of girlfriends, get away from them. Men fear the mob of women. Break away from your crowd for a moment to give him the opportunity to approach when you're alone. And if that doesn't work, spill your drink on him."
The Apple in the Orchard: A story about finding the courage to emerge as a leader
Title : The Apple in the Orchard: A story about finding the courage to emerge as a leader
Author : Sonia Di Maulo
Total pages: 34 pages
"The Apple in the Orchard by Sonia DiMaulo is a lovely little book with a profound message: To pursue greatness, aspiring leaders sometimes must dare to leave the familiar. Opportunities for growth and learning are all around you-so take the leap, and grow!" - Ken Blanchard, coauthor of The One Minute Manager and Great Leaders Grow Discover the new vision for the world of work and get a glimpse into the power of living systems as models for sustainability, collaboration, and growth.
Finding the Way
Title : Finding the Way
Author : Nelson Mendes
Publisher: WestBow Press
Total pages: 128 pages
Finding the Way is a story of one man’s spiritual quest and a modern perspective on the life of Jesus of Nazareth. His teachings can heal and solve our current fears, stresses, and illnesses by going to their root—the heart of the matter. Finding the Way serves as a guide for Christians seeking a deeper understanding of, and relationship with, Christ, as well as a primer for those who are “spiritually lost”—wandering from one belief system to another. This work reveals the importance of placing Jesus at the center of our lives to manifest permanent peace and happiness.
Finding Anything about Everything in Texas
Title : Finding Anything about Everything in Texas
Author : Edward M. Walters
Publisher: Taylor Trade Publications
Total pages: 213 pages
A crash course in locating information about the Lone Star State. Each chapter begins with an engaging, little known, even quirky story and then shows the reader how to follow the printed and electronic trail to uncover more detail.
Deadly Echoes (Finding Sanctuary Book #2)
Title : Deadly Echoes (Finding Sanctuary Book #2)
Author : Nancy Mehl
Publisher: Baker Books
Total pages: 336 pages
After a youth filled with tragedy and upheaval, Sarah Miller's life is finally settled with all echoes of the past silent at last. She happily calls Sanctuary her home and spends her days teaching at the local school. Sarah's joy at her recent reunion with her sister, Hannah, and meeting the niece she didn't know she had is too soon interrupted when Deputy Sheriff Paul Gleason informs Sarah her sister has been killed. As she learns more about Hannah's death, the circumstances are eerily similar to their parents' murder. Sarah enlists Paul's help in digging deeper into the murders the police are dismissing as burglaries gone wrong. Paul's concern encourages Sarah's growing feelings for him, but as their investigation peels back the layers of lies almost twenty years old, they get close to uncovering the truth one person will do anything to hide--even if that means coming after the last remaining members of the Miller family.
Finding God in the Shack
Title : Finding God in the Shack
Author : Roger E. Olson
Publisher: InterVarsity Press
Total pages: 160 pages
The Shack has touched millions of readers with its portrayal of a compassionate God in the face of great evil. Many have identified with the main character's Great Sadness, the terrible burden of grief that often accompanies and follows a deep loss, for the Great Sadness is part of the human condition. And it compels us to ask, Where is God? Who is God? Roger Olson, who has faced his own Great Sadness, finds a good deal of comfort in this much beloved, story as have so many others. Some may ask, however, Is God really like that? Is that really how God responds to evil? Can God be trusted? Olson also views The Shack with a theologian's eye and finds much sound truth. He delves into many of the significant issues raised by the book such as forgiving those who have done us great evil, how God acts in the world, how God is three persons in one and what difference this makes to us. While he offers his own criticisms of the book, he largely finds the truth about God in The Shack.
Finding God in The Shack
Title : Finding God in The Shack
Author : Randal Rauser
Publisher: InterVarsity Press
Total pages: 173 pages
What would it be like to lose your youngest child to a serial killer? And then to have God invite you out for a conversation at the very shack where the terrible deed took place? And then imagine that the door to that shack of horrors opened . . . and before you knew it you had been swept up in the motherly embrace of a large African American woman? This most unlikely of stories, as told in William Young's The Shack, has become a runaway bestseller and it is easy to see why. But even as lives have been transformed through this book, other readers have sternly denounced it as a hodgepodge of serious theological error, even heresy. With one pastor urging his congregation to read it and another forbidding his congregation to, many Christians have simply been left confused. Aware both of the excitement and uncertainty generated by The Shack, theologian Randal Rauser takes the reader on a fascinating journey through the pages of the story. In successive chapters he explores many of the book's complex and controversial issues. Thus he explains why God the Father is revealed as an African American woman, he defends the book's theology of the Trinity against charges of heresy and he considers its provocative denial of a Trinitarian hierarchy. But at its heart The Shack is a response to evil and so Rauser spends the final three chapters considering the book's explanation for why God allows evil, how the atoning work of Christ offers new hope for a suffering world and ultimately how this hope extends to all of creation. Through these chapters Rauser offers an honest and illuminating discussion which opens up a new depth to the conversation while providing the reader with new opportunities for Finding God in The Shack.
Finding Betty Crocker
Title : Finding Betty Crocker
Author : Susan Marks
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Total pages: 288 pages
IN 1945, FORTUNE MAGAZINE named Betty Crocker the second most popular American woman, right behind Eleanor Roosevelt, and dubbed Betty America's First Lady of Food. Not bad for a gal who never actually existed. "Born" in 1921 in Minneapolis, Minnesota, to proud corporate parents, Betty Crocker has grown, over eight decades, into one of the most successful branding campaigns the world has ever known. Now, at long last, she has her own biography. Finding Betty Crocker draws on six years of research plus an unprecedented look into the General Mills archives to reveal how a fictitious spokesperson was enthusiastically welcomed into kitchens and shopping carts across the nation. The Washburn Crosby Company (one of the forerunners to General Mills) chose the cheery all-American "Betty" as a first name and paired it with Crocker, after William Crocker, a well-loved company director. Betty was to be the newest member of the Home Service Department, where she would be a "friend" to consumers in search of advice on baking -- and, in an unexpected twist, their personal lives. Soon Betty Crocker had her own national radio show, which, during the Great Depression and World War II, broadcast money-saving recipes, rationing tips, and messages of hope. Over 700,000 women joined Betty's wartime Home Legion program, while more than one million women -- and men -- registered for the Betty Crocker Cooking School of the Air during its twenty-seven-year run. At the height of Betty Crocker's popularity in the 1940s, she received as many as four to five thousand letters daily, care of General Mills. When her first full-scale cookbook, Betty Crocker's Picture Cook Book, or "Big Red," as it is affectionately known, was released in 1950, first-year sales rivaled those of the Bible. Today, over two hundred products bear her name, along with thousands of recipe booklets and cookbooks, an interactive website, and a newspaper column. What is it about Betty? In answering the question of why everyone was buying what she was selling, author Susan Marks offers an entertaining, charming, and utterly unique look -- through words and images -- at an American icon situated between profound symbolism and classic kitchen kitsch.
Finding Aaron Laws: A Walter Spotsman (Spots ) Mystery
Title : Finding Aaron Laws: A Walter Spotsman (Spots ) Mystery
Author : Joseph DeMark
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
Total pages: N.A pages
When the enthusiastic visions of a bright seventeen year old man catapult him into the dark world of drugs and violence, he negotiates a life changing agreement with the devil himself. Aaron Laws finds himself running for his life with no destination in sight. The blue barrel of a large caliber revolver aimed point blank at his head, and the thermal trauma about to take place in his life, jolt him back to reality. After Bob and Linda Laws retain case-hardened private detective Walter Spotsman (Spots) to find their son, Aaron, they are brutally assassinated on the Pennsylvania Turnpike. When Spots is informed of the couple’s violent murder, he pledges to find Aaron Laws, dead or alive. Spots’ committed path to finding the young man, hurls him into the intrigue and danger of the underworld’s hierarchy. His unmeasurable tenacity ignites a forceful finale.
Olivia, Finding Her Way
Title : Olivia, Finding Her Way
Author : Tessa Palmeri
Total pages: N.A pages
Olivia's off to college with her boyfriend, Cameron, looking forward to freedom from her parents. She realizes she's led a pretty sheltered life, and embracing the college culture isn't as easy as she expected. After losing something that's very important to her, she struggles to find her way. She finally discovers what was missing in her life, but is it too late to recover what she's lost?
Title : Finding Sofia
Author : Lucy Crisetig
Publisher: Balboa Press
Total pages: 162 pages
Sofia is a thirteen-year-old with an open heart and great ideas. She has been content to stay in the background for most of her life–– until this turning point. Crucial relationships with her family and friends seem to be falling apart. In the midst of struggling to understand that, an enormous environmental challenge at school has stirred up a passion in Sofia that she never knew existed. She is reeling from the pressure and feels all alone. She has no idea of what to do. Aura knows Sofia’s never been alone and she knows exactly what she could do. Aura is the Guidance Sofia has forgotten about. She does her best to remind Sofia that she’s there, only a breath away. If Sofia could find her Self and ask for help, then Aura could step in. Will the pressure be too much for Sofia? Can she dig deep to find her Self? What can Aura possibly do?
Finding the Truth in Christmas Falls
Title : Finding the Truth in Christmas Falls
Author : Danielle Stewart
Publisher: Danielle Stewart
Total pages: N.A pages
Being God's Man by Finding Contentment
Title : Being God's Man by Finding Contentment
Author : Stephen Arterburn,Kenny Luck,Todd Wendorff
Total pages: 96 pages
How satisfied are you with your life? Men like you are finding it tougher than ever to be content with what they have. They compare themselves with others and continually come up short. The soul-gnawing result is discouragement and disappointment. Lasting contentment comes only from a transformation of your mind, emotions, and will. It also takes a personal encounter with the God who can make you content. In Being God’s Man by Finding Contentment, you will track this struggle for a new identity through various biblical passages. Like Jacob, you will not be fully settled and content until you lay to rest your past and take up a new identity in Christ. Jacob became a new creature, a man on a mission for the Lord. His struggle was over. He knew why he was here and what he had to do. His life took on purpose and meaning that transcended the striving. Yours can, too. Special Features: ·Practical studies facilitate personal encounters with God and other men ·Questions encourage genuine reflection and help build godly convictions ·“Real Life” case studies show how the truths you discover have worked out in other men’s lives ·“Standing Strong” section gives you the opportunity to form and express your action steps with God and your group From the Trade Paperback edition.
Finding Inner Courage
Title : Finding Inner Courage
Author : Mark Nepo
Publisher: Conari Press
Total pages: 304 pages
Mark Nepo has been interviewed by Oprah on her Soul Series radio network and his The Book of the Awakening has been featured in O, The Oprah Magazine and on the Oprah TV show. In this book, Mark invites readers to explore their own inner core through the stories of ordinary people, political activists, artists, spiritual teachers from a variety of traditions. These are people who have faced themselves, their warts and weaknesses. They have stood by the courage of their convictions in all kinds of moments, great and small. Nepo’s insights and commentary are spot on, and help readers relate the stories of others to their own lives. The book is divided into three sections--finding our inner core, standing by our inner core, and sustaining the practice of living from that place. Each of the nearly 60 brief essays and stories elucidates and inspires. Nepo’s broad range of stories and people, of traditions and insights, offers myriad ways for readers to relate to their own search for courage. The late Howard Zinn said of this book, “A poetic, profoundly thoughtful rumination on how we might live.” *This book was originally published by Conari Press in 2007 under the title Facing the Lion, Being the Lion.
Title : Finding Amy
Author : Carol Steward
Publisher: Large Print Press
Total pages: 335 pages
While Jessica Mathers is in the hospital for surgery, her daughter, Amy, and the sitter who was caring for her both disappear, and Jessica turns to Detective Sam Vance for help.