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Mission Of The Family

Author : Jon Leonetti
ISBN : 9781937509620
Genre : Religion
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How will the world change? What is the key to moving the culture from death to life? The key is to communicate God’s will to people in a way that they can understand and follow. The best place to pass on God’s magnificent plan of sheer goodness is in the family. Through discussion of the Holy Family, Saints, prayer, sacraments, family dynamics, personal stories and anecdotes, Jon Leonetti inspires people to build families that are living witnesses to the Gospel. Mission of the Family serves as an excellent guide to equip families so that their change will change the world.

Three Colors Of My Life

Author : William Dunwill
ISBN : 9780595328802
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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An incredible, true story of a Holocaust survivor. When your world collapses around you, when your family is exterminated and your life is worth less than a dog's life, what do you do to survive? Young, David Tenenbaum chooses an unusual path to survival Equipped with the false Arian identity papers, he goes where only non-Jews would risk going at the time-he volunteers for work in Germany, in their Arbeit camps. What does he need to do to survive? How close is far enough from death? From Nazi Germany we are taken to the communist post-war Poland where we gain insight to the operations of the communist regime. Three Colors of My Life is a fascinating story of personal experience set on the background of the largest state organized mass ethnic cleansing in history.

Mission Possible

Author : Eva Moskowitz
ISBN : 9781118167281
Genre : Education
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"Strategies for making the schools we need that work for all kidsEva Moskowitz (the founder and CEO of the Success Charter Network in Harlem) and Arin Lavinia offer practical, classroom-tested ideas for dramatically improving teaching and learning. Moskowitz and Lavinia reveal how a charter school in the middle of Harlem, enrolling neighborhood children selected at random, emerged as one of the top schools in New York City and State within three years. The results of the Harlem school were on a par with public schools for gifted students and elite private schools. Describes what can be accomplished when students and adults all work to focus on constant learning and performance improvement; DVD clips are included for illustration The Success Academies have been featured in two popular and widely distributed documentaries, Waiting for Superman and The Lottery Details the Success Academies' THINK Literacy curriculum, which produces dramatic results in kids reading and writing skills In addition to providingstrategies and lessons for school leaders and teachers, Secrets of the Success Academies also serves as a guide for parents, policymakers, and practitioners who are passionate about closing the academic achievement gap"--

Body Blows

Author : Tim Miller
ISBN : 9780299176839
Genre : Performing Arts
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Hailed for his humor and passion, the internationally acclaimed performance artist Tim Miller has delighted, shocked, and emboldened audiences all over the world. Body Blows gathers six of Miller’s best-known performances that chart the sexual, spiritual, and political topography of his identity as a gay man: Some Golden States, Stretch Marks, My Queer Body, Naked Breath, Fruit Cocktail, and Glory Box. In Body Blows, Tim Miller leaps from the stage to the page, as each performance script is illustrated with striking photographs and accompanied by Miller’s notes and comment. This book explores the tangible body blows—taken and given—of Miller’s life and times as explored in his performances: the queer-basher’s blow, the sweet blowing breath of a lover, the below-the-belt blow of HIV/AIDS, the psychic blows from a society that disrespects the humanity of lesbian and gay relationships. Miller’s performances are full of the put-up-your-dukes and stand-your-ground of such day-to-day blows that make up being gay in America

Grandma Tell Me A Story

Author : Edith Bennett MacLelland
ISBN : 1463413858
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Most children love to hear stories, especially at bedtime. The favorite story of my two sons was told them by their father, over and over again, of which they never tired: HOW HE CAME OVER TO AMERICA FROM SCOTLAND ON A BIG BOAT. My purpose in writing this story now, of my voyage to Africa on a freighter, is that my grandchildren and great grandchildren might enjoy hearing of some of my experiences, which in the providence of God, have taken place in my life. Some statistics and a little information was acquired from the library before leaving for the various countries. This has been interwoven in my travelogue all of which was written on board ship.

Messy Church

Author : Ross Parsley
ISBN : 9781434705068
Genre : Religion
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When you look at the church today, what do you see? A corporation with a CEO at the helm? A social organization that does good things for the community? Pastor Ross Parsley believes that neither of those pictures is God’s desire. Instead, God wants His church to function as a family—a group of real people who love each other and care for one another’s needs, no matter how messy. Our culture is dying for the kind of community that only the church can provide—if we are living as God intended: as a family, protecting one another, extending grace, and loving unconditionally. We are not called to be consumers who ask what the church can offer us. We are called to love deeply, fight fairly, and bring hope to a generation of people starving to belong to something greater than themselves. Welcome to the family. You belong here.

The Mission Minded Child

Author : Ann Dunagan
ISBN : 9780830857043
Genre : Religion
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Ann Dunagan encourages parents and teachers to raise a new generation to reach toward God s purpose and potential. Includes over 25 missionary biographies, mission stories, hymns and hundreds of easy-to-use ideas.

Mission Of Honor

Author : Tom Clancy
ISBN : 1101003685
Genre : Fiction
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The Ops-Center team faces untold chaos on a mission in Africa in the ninth novel in the #1 New York Times bestselling series created by Tom Clancy and former Department of State official Steve Pieczenik. On the surface it seems a simple case: a group of African militiamen have kidnapped a priest and ordered all Catholic missionaries to leave the nation of Botswana. But the Vatican thinks otherwise. At its urging, Op-Center investigates—and finds out that the real purpose of the crime is a plan by outside forces to destabilize the government and seize the nation’s diamond mines. With its military team, Striker, out of commission, Op-Center must reinvent itself—and head straight into the crossfire of an African war.

Darth Maul S Mission

Author : Inc. Scholastic
ISBN : 9780545304412
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Jedi master Qui-Gon Jinn and his apprentice, Obi-Wan Kenobi, battle the evil Darth Maul as they try to protect Queen Amidala.

Almost Columbine

Author : Alexander Hutchinson
ISBN : 9780595419395
Genre : Fiction
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On April 20, 1999, in the small suburban town of Littleton, Colorado, two high-school seniors, Dylan Klebold and Eric Harris, assaulted Columbine high school. They intended to slaughter hundreds of their fellow classmates. This event shocked the nation but it was not the first time this type of plan had been made Nine years earlier a student in Massachusetts named James Ballum suffered a brutal beating at his high school. His tormentors walked away clean while James was suddenly expelled. This injustice drove him to a homocidal conclusion. This is the story of a tragedy that Almost happened.

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