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Uncommon Vows


Title : Uncommon Vows
Author : Mary Jo Putney
Publisher: ePublishing Works!
Total pages: 300 pages
ISBN: 1614176329

Wrenched from a monastery before taking final vows, Adrian de Lancey's fighting skill wins him an earldom. Fierce discipline masters his darker nature--until he finds a winsome slip of a girl lost in his forest, an illegal falcon on her wrist. Encountering the ice-blond warrior Earl of Shropshire, Meriel de Vere knows his dangerous reputation--and hides her identity to protect her brother's estate from the enemy earl. She does not expect to be arrested. Still less does she expect such a great lord to want her as his mistress. Her passionate need for freedom clashes disastrously with his obsession with his enchanting captive. Given a second chance to properly woo Meriel, can Adrian learn tenderness? Will the two of them claim lasting happiness--or will they lose all to a brutal sworn enemy? REVIEWS: "...a wondrous tale, brimming with adventure, intrigue, and memorable romance."" ~Romantic Times "A triumph!" ~Laura Kinsale "Uncommon Vows... is some of (Putney's) strongest and most inspired writing... A romance that definite qualifies as uncommon." ~All About Romance


Uncommon Core


Title : Uncommon Core
Author : Michael W. Smith,Deborah Appleman,Jeffrey D. Wilhelm
Publisher: Corwin Press
Total pages: 203 pages
ISBN: 1483333523

Leave instruction to the experts! Uncommon Core puts us on high-alert about some outright dangerous misunderstandings looming around so-called “standards-aligned” instruction, then shows us how to steer past them—all in service of meeting the real intent of the Common Core. It counters with teaching suggestions that are true to the research and true to our students, including how: Reader-based approaches can complement text-based ones Prereading activities can help students meet the strategic and conceptual demands of texts Strategy instruction can result in a careful and critical analysis of text while providing transferable understandings Inquiry units around essential questions can generate meaningful conversation and higher-order thinking


A Book of Uncommon Prayer


Title : A Book of Uncommon Prayer
Author : Theo Dorgan
Publisher: Penguin UK
Total pages: 208 pages
ISBN: 0141917261

A Book of Uncommon Prayer is a collection of spiritual and devotional texts, drawn from both inside and outside the limits of the world's religious traditions. Intended for believers and non-believers alike, it is organized with attention to the occasions of prayer, prayerful thought, and meditation. A Book of Uncommon Prayer is built around the idea that in an age marked at once by religious violence and the falling away of orthodox religious observance in the wealthy countries of the West, genuine spiritual curiosity is on the rise, and may be fed by a book that recognizes - and demonstrates - the universality of prayer. 'This anthology offers rewarding material, well researched, often surprising and infinitely worthwhile' Irish Times 'This excellent Penguin edition should rest handily within reach of anybody with an interest in the mystical or the ethereal' Sunday Tribune


The Book of Uncommon Prayer 2


Title : The Book of Uncommon Prayer 2
Author : Steven L. Case
Publisher: Zondervan/Youth Specialties
Total pages: 176 pages
ISBN: 0310828880

The Book of Uncommon Prayer 2 extends the tools offered in The Book of Uncommon Prayer by providing more experiences that bring students into a deeper awareness of God. This collection of scripted services, blessings, rites, and prayers meets the growing desire of young people to step outside the “noise” of their lives and linger in a slower, quieter place. Inside you’ll find:• A service to start the new school year• Blessings for a new youth room • A modified Seder meal• Hard Communion• Many blessings for everyone from babies to waiters• Lots of prayers for Advent, politics, sunsets, and more• A comprehensive guide for engaging the five senses in worshipThe Book of Uncommon Prayer 2 is an essential resource that can provide you with step-by-step instructions for meaningful services while also providing you an indexed reference for prayers and blessings that can be accessed at the drop of a hat. Geared toward all denominations and all levels of ministry involvement, The Book of Uncommon Prayer 2 creates an accessible, essential set of worship and prayer experiences that will draw your students to the still, quiet, love of Christ.


A Book of Uncommon Prayer


Title : A Book of Uncommon Prayer
Author : Brian Doyle
Publisher: Sorin Books
Total pages: 192 pages
ISBN: 9781933495620

Acclaimed, award-winning essayist and novelist Brian Doyle—whose writing, in the words of Mary Oliver, is “a gift to us all”—presents one hundred new prayers that evoke his deep Catholic belief in the mystery and miracle of the ordinary (and the whimsical) in human life. In Brian Doyle's newest work, his readers will find a series of prayers unlike any of the beautiful, formal, orthodox prayers of the Catholic tradition or the warm, extemporized prayers heard from pulpits and dinner tables. Doyle's often-dazzling, always-poignant prayers include eye-opening hymns to shoes and faith and family. In Doyle's words, “the world is crammed with miracles, so crammed and tumultuous that if we stop, see, savor, we are agog,” and the pages of his newest book give voice and body to this credo. By focusing on experiences that may seem the most unprayerful (one prayer is titled “Prayer of Abject Love for the Dishwasher, To Whom I Wish to Leave My Estate”), he gives permission to discover the joys and treasures in what he often calls the muddle of everyday life.


The Book of Uncommon Prayer


Title : The Book of Uncommon Prayer
Author : Constance Pollock,Daniel Pollock
Publisher: W Publishing Group
Total pages: 198 pages
ISBN: 9780849913358

These 150 prayers, devotions, and meditations offer readers a rare glimpse into the spiritual lives of 47 literary legends, including C.S. Lewis, Voltaire, Jane Austen, Walt Whitman, Daniel Defoe, and Harriet Beecher Stowe. Miniature.


Womens Uncommon Prayers


Title : Womens Uncommon Prayers
Author : N.A
Publisher: Church Publishing, Inc.
Total pages: N.A pages
ISBN: 9780819225320


Uncommon Prayer


Title : Uncommon Prayer
Author : Daniel Berrigan
Publisher:
Total pages: 145 pages
ISBN: 9781570751936

Themes of 42 biblical Psalms are reweaved into contemporary poetry & prayer.


The Book of Uncommon Prayer


Title : The Book of Uncommon Prayer
Author : Steven L. Case
Publisher: Zondervan/Youth Specialties
Total pages: 128 pages
ISBN: 0310850886

Why do you need this book?Because there are treasures in tradition.In stark contrast to the common belief that youth workers require nothing less than a light show, smoke machine, and sweaty punk-rock band to reach teenagers’ souls, more and more youth have actually been moving toward depth and quiet—and away from fluff and noise. Creeds, candles, silence, and ancient spiritual practices are all gaining understanding and popularity among students who’re passionately seeking otherworldly and mysterious fragrances. They’re realizing that there are treasures in tradition. The Book of Uncommon Prayer is your tool for unearthing, dusting off, and tapping into these treasures—but in ways that are completely contemporary and, more importantly, completely relevant to students.It’s personal.The prayers and worship services inside are written for youth ministry—for students and for youth workers! They tell the from-the-gut truth about what you and your kids face every day—and in language that won’t leave anybody scratching their heads.It’s practical.These tools are for just about any situation you can think of. Need a prayer for a lock-in? For family? For loving enemies? For final exams? How about a mind-blowing “Dumpster” Christmas service? An eye-opening service for All Hallows Eve? Or the most intense service for Good Friday you’ve ever experienced? They’re all here—along with many other innovative vehicles for bringing your students into communion with God.It’s unparalleled.This book is for all denominations. It doesn’t matter if you’re mainline or evangelical, Protestant or Catholic; The Book of Uncommon Prayer is geared for all teenagers and youth workers in Jesus’ church!There’s also an entire section of devotions and prayers written specifically for you, the youth worker, to renew and strengthen you when times are tough. Plus...we’ve included a bonus music CD in the back—Eucharist—an at-once moody and energetic, ancient-postmodern collection of songs straight from the “alternative worship” movement in the United Kingdom. Many services inside use songs from the Eucharist CD, and there’s even an entire service that uses the CD from start to finish.Mysterious. Practical. Treasure-filled. (Yes, uncommon, too!) The Book of Uncommon Prayer is a rich source of God-revealing worship and a one-of-a-kind guide for personal renewal that youth workers, camp counselors, Sunday school teachers, adult volunteers (and even students) will love.


A Parent's Book of Uncommon Prayer


Title : A Parent's Book of Uncommon Prayer
Author : Eydie Comeaux
Publisher: Xulon Press
Total pages: 192 pages
ISBN: 1594670935


The Book of Uncommon Prayer


Title : The Book of Uncommon Prayer
Author : Pamela Hood
Publisher: Lulu.com
Total pages: 252 pages
ISBN: 0557528453

The Book of Uncommon Prayer is a unique blend of humor and holiness, puns and petitions, with a prayer to fit nearly every technology filled moment of our busy lives. Lost your cell phone? There's a prayer for that. Finally got the router and modem to connect to your computer? There's a prayer for that. Landed the job as network administrator? There's a prayer for that. Thumbs sore from texting too much? There's a prayer for that, too. Sistertech is an angel sent by The One In Charge to show us ways to attend to our daily activities as a means of both embracing the blessings of technology and enhancing our awareness of the spirituality of our work. The Book of Uncommon Prayer is sure to delight as well as enlighten the techie in your life.


Uncommon Prayer


Title : Uncommon Prayer
Author : Kenneth Swanson
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
Total pages: 258 pages
ISBN: 1532602634

Almost everyone, from devoted Christian to searching agnostic, has thoughts and questions about prayer. Through his ministry, Episcopal priest Kenneth Swanson discovered that many people, despite their individual beliefs, needed to be taught how to pray in order to grow closer to God. Written clearly and persuasively, Uncommon Prayer traces different spiritual movements and different types of prayer, telling the stories of men and women, from the dawn of biblical history through the modern day, who have grappled with their relationship with God--offering lessons for each of us on how to pray comfortably and effectively. Unique in its approach, fascinating to read, and inspiring in its simplicity, Uncommon Prayer is an uncommonly useful and important book that will appeal to those who are yearning for greater meaning, deeper spirituality, or who are simply seeking a new sense of intimacy with God.


Uncommon Prayer


Title : Uncommon Prayer
Author : Michael Plekon
Publisher: University of Notre Dame Pess
Total pages: 280 pages
ISBN: 0268100039

In Uncommon Prayer: Prayer in Everyday Experience, Michael Plekon wants to change our minds on what constitutes prayer. In doing so, he makes a theological claim that commonplace aspects of the Christian life are best understood as prayer, whereby encouraging us to see that everyday life carries religious import; prayer and the religious life are not restricted to special places and times, but are open to all believers at all times. Plekon examines the works of diverse authors, including many who have challenged the status quo of institutional churches. He asks us to listen to what poets, writers, activists, and others tell us about how they pray at work and at home, with colleagues, family, and friends, in all the experiences of life, from joy to suffering, sadness to hope. Among them are Sarah Coakley, Rowan Williams, Heather Havrilesky, Sara Miles, Thomas Merton, Mary Oliver, Christian Wiman, Mary Karr, Barbara Brown Taylor, Dorothy Day, Maria Skobtsova, Paul Evdokimov, Seraphim of Sarov, and Richard Rohr. Plekon argues that prayer encompasses a much wider variety of activity than formal and liturgical prayers and that, by recognizing such aspects of prayer, the believer is made more receptive to transformative aspects of prayerful attitudes.


The Book of Uncommon Prayer


Title : The Book of Uncommon Prayer
Author : Katherine Mosby
Publisher: Harper San Francisco
Total pages: 63 pages
ISBN:

The author of Private Atlars offers a collection of eloquent prayers that resist fashionable themes while celebrating the uniqueness of heartfelt supplication, combining poetry, spiritual lyric, and monastic tradition.


The Uncommon Prayer-Book (Fantasy and Horror Classics)


Title : The Uncommon Prayer-Book (Fantasy and Horror Classics)
Author : M. R. James
Publisher: Read Books Ltd
Total pages: 28 pages
ISBN: 1473379245

M. R. James was born in Kent, England in 1862. James came to writing fiction relatively late, not publishing his first collection of short stories – Ghost Stories of an Antiquary (1904) – until the age of 42. Modern scholars now see James as having redefined the ghost story for the 20th century and he is seen as the founder of the 'antiquarian ghost story'. We are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern editions with a brand new introductory biography of the author.


Uncommon Sense


Title : Uncommon Sense
Author : N.A
Publisher:
Total pages: N.A pages
ISBN:


Uncommon Bond


Title : Uncommon Bond
Author : N.A
Publisher: C.L. Gillmore
Total pages: 295 pages
ISBN: 1935636294

Rose Allison Flynnmgrew out of her troubled childhood, went to college, became a teacher, married a lawyer, raised two children and didn't ask any questions. For thirty-seven years. Facebook led her to Jake, the n ow long-married boyfriend she left in 1969 and the internet fields their emotional reunion. Rose wants more from life and Jake feeds her passion online, but makes no promises.


Uncommon Carriers


Title : Uncommon Carriers
Author : John McPhee
Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux
Total pages: 256 pages
ISBN: 9781429988971

What John McPhee's books all have in common is that they are about real people in real places. Here, at his adventurous best, he is out and about with people who work in freight transportation. Over the past eight years, John McPhee has spent considerable time in the company of people who work in freight transportation. Uncommon Carriers is his sketchbook of them and of his journeys with them. He rides from Atlanta to Tacoma alongside Don Ainsworth, owner and operator of a sixty-five-foot,eighteen-wheel chemical tanker carrying hazmats. McPhee attends ship-handling school on a pond in the foothills of the French Alps, where, for a tuition of $15,000 a week, skippers of the largest ocean ships refine their capabilities in twenty-foot scale models. He goes up the "tight-assed" Illinois River on a "towboat" pushing a triple string of barges, the overall vessel being "a good deal longer than the Titanic." And he travels by canoe up the canal-and-lock commercial waterways traveled by Henry David Thoreau and his brother, John, in a homemade skiff in 1839. Uncommon Carriers is classic work by McPhee, in prose distinguished, as always, by its author's warm humor, keen insight, and rich sense of human character.


An Uncommon Journey


Title : An Uncommon Journey
Author : H. Norman Hyatt
Publisher: Farcountry Press
Total pages: 512 pages
ISBN: 1591520568

Based on the memoir of Stephen Norton Van Blaricom, An Uncommon Journey details the origins of Dawson County, Montana, in the late 1800s. The oldest of nine children, Van Blaricom left home at the age of thirteen and worked for many of northeastern Montana's earliest ranches. After working for the Northern Pacific Railroad, he married Maud Griselle, one of the first female telegraphers for the Northern Pacific. More than a family history, An Uncommon Journey tells the personal stories of many of the first settlers of this last West: buffalo hunters, cattlemen, train drivers, early tradesmen, saloonkeepers, scallywags, and lawmen. This is the story of many of the long-forgotten first settlers of old Dawson County and how they met the challenges of a country that was then primitive and remote at its best and deadly at its worst. For all of them it was, indeed, An Uncommon Journey.


An Uncommon Poet for the Common Man


Title : An Uncommon Poet for the Common Man
Author : Lolette Kuby
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter
Total pages: 190 pages
ISBN: 3110899299