Romantic Suspense to Keep Readers Guessing Until the Last Page Sophie Wittenbauer left her strict Mennonite hometown under a cloud of shame and regret. After a rough childhood, her teenage poor choices harmed others, leaving her with no choice but to change her life. Her entry-level writing job at a newspaper puts her in the right place at the right time to overhear office gossip about a prisoner who has information on a decades-old unsolved crime. While the other reporters write off the tip as the ravings of an angry criminal, Sophie can't ignore it because she knows the name of this prisoner from her old life. Upon learning from the man that one of the other suspects is hiding out in the Missouri town of Sanctuary, she takes on a false identity to investigate and meets the young pastor of a local church--the very man she'd loved as a troubled teenager. As she gets closer to finding the suspect, will the truth of her own past come out before she discovers the identity of the criminal--or the very person she's seeking puts a fatal stop to her investigation?
Author: Cambridge University Press
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Release Date: 2008-11-03
The Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary defines the vocabulary students need to succeed in high school and beyond. Entries cover more than 2,000 content-area vocabulary items, as well as general academic vocabulary and full coverage of everyday words and phrases. The CD-ROM lets students search for vocabulary by subject area, includes audio of all entry words, offers word family and frequency information, and has a thesaurus and instant lookup feature.
Project Sanctuary is a training manual to allow the user to begin understanding and using Quantum Logic, and to repair the conscious/unconscious divide.For most if not all endeavours at the far edge of human knowledge, an innate understanding of Quantum Logic is essential. This is systemic, organic thinking which may involve computations of n-complexity - and this cannot be achieved with ordinary thinking "the hard way". Human beings are structurally designed to think in Quantum Logic but have been entrained to a much slower, harder and highly limited logic of four dimensional symbols and language, thus causing a break between what we now call the conscious and the unconscious mind. For anyone involved in learning about people, psychology, healing, mathematics, art, creativity, physics etc. it is of the essence to firstly bridge the gap and allow insights derived from the Quantum Logic processes of the "unconscious mind" to be made available to the conscious mind once more; and secondly, to re-train the conscious mind to be able to compute in Quantum logic also, thereby "reuniting dream and real". This leads even at the beginning stages to a powerful increase in intuition, ESP, creativity and effectiveness in learning and understanding the complex systems of relationships, of people and of their ecology. Project Sanctuary achieves this reunification process by a simple and joyful communication within one person's mind in a stepped off reality dimension which gave the training process and the book its name. Project Sanctuary, the third edition, contains both the original training process as well as a reaching addendum of practical and powerful patterns which were derived directly by using the Project Sanctuary process itself in order to generate these.
The completely revised second edition further explores one of the most successful of America's indigenous religious groups. Despite this, the Adventist church has remained largely invisible. Seeking a Sanctuary casts light on this marginal religion through its socio-historical context and discusses several Adventist figures that shaped the perception of this Christian sect.
Playing with S is a resource book for Nursery Practitioners, Teachers, Teaching Assistants, Carers, Speech and language Therapists and Speech and Language Therapy Assistants to use in order to help children to say S in their talking. It contains activities, games and ideas to use with children aged from 3 - 7 years old. It can also be used with older children who have learning difficulties. Each section contains simple, easy-to-follow instructions and practical tips to help support the child. All the materials can be photocopies and instructions are given to help make resources for activities. There are progress sheets in each section to record progress in a fun way. Sample session plans are also included. The resource: Is divided into eleven sections which follow the acquisition of speech sounds in typically developing children; mouth (oro-motor exercises); single speech sound; short words that begin with the speech sound; longer words that begin with the speech sound s; words that end with the speech sound; words that begin or end with s and have more than one syllable; words that have the speech sound s in the middle of the word; opportunities to use all the words presented in the resource in phrases and sentences in a variety of activities and games; instructions and resources for games, which can be played with words from all the sections in the book to provide extra practise; ideas for working on saying s in words and sentences in the nursery, classroom and home; and session plans containing ideas for using this resource with children. There are ideas for making the activities more challenging in the sections and tips on how to make the activities easier, so you can tailor what you are doing to suit each individual child. Age 3-7 302 pp, A4, Wire-0-bound + CD.
Author: Sheila Walsh
Publisher: Thomas Nelson
Release Date: 2011-08-08
Wren has tried to shelter her only son from the tumult of the world. Now she's about to find sanctuary . . . in the last place she ever expected. In tiny Cottage Cover, on the coast of Maine, Wren Evans is raising her gifted son, Charlie. A single mom, she's fought hard to give Charlie a stable, secure home life. When a prestigious music academy in Boston expresses interest in Charlie's talent, Wren is willing to move them again to make his dreams come true. But Wren doesn't know that Charlie has been praying for her. And the answer to her son's prayers will change both of their lives. As Wren plans their move to Boston, life in Maine begins to fall apart. Her job is threatened with budget cuts, and Wren's grandmother, Ruth, arrives unannounced, with an outlandish request. Ruth wants the family gathered together one last time, at the summer home where, years before, an accident shattered Wren's peaceful childhood. In the tumult, Wren finds a friend in a handsome, kind-hearted local, Paul Callahan. When the family gathers in Cottage Cover, old wounds will be healed, new love will blossom, and the innocent prayers of a child will be answered in a most unexpected way.
Kiron discovers that the world of Alta has a dark side when he attempts to enter into Altan noble society and exposes a plot orchestrated by the Magi to take over Alta with a powerful weapon called the Eye of Light.
Scholar Israel Knohl offers a new perspective on the history and theology of the Priestly source of the Pentateuch. Knohl claims that groups associated with the Priestly Torah appear ensconced within the Temple, operating within a "Sanctuary of Silence", in contrast to the later Holiness School, which reached a loftier conception of God and a broader purview of faith, holiness, and practice.
(Glory Sound). Quality compilations of sacred duet materials are not easy to find. This useful "potpourri of praise" is filled with duet material for a variety of vocal combinations. Musical diversity abounds with selections for almost every season of the church year. A lushly orchestrated accompaniment CD is available to add to the singers' performance options, and the beautifully crafted piano writing will make live presentations an equally expressive worship experience. From gospel hymn arrangements to more traditional choices, this will be the most used collection in your cabinet. A listening CD featuring Sue Martin is also available. Songs include: Ask of Me; Declaration of Faith; He Shall Feed His Flock; Immortal, Invisible; Jesus Is My Song of Grace; Just Beyond the Manger; Lullaby to a Rose; Of Tears and Sorrows; Shepherd of the Stars; Songs of the Promise; Songs of the Wayfarer; Still Is the Night; There Is a Green Hill Far Away; Wonderful Songs of Grace.
Author: Robert A. Briggs
Publisher: Peter Lang Pub Incorporated
Release Date: 1999-01
Provides an enthusiastic Christian perspective on imagery of the Jewish Temple in the Book of Revelation and its significance to the apocalyptic teachings in the Book of Revelation. The author traces various Temple themes through the Old Testament, demonstrates how they were used in Revelation, and explores the concept of the Temple in a number of noncanonical Jewish writings, assessing the degree to which sources other than the Old Testament influenced the Apocalypse's Temple symbolism. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
All the techniques presented in the original reference work, now on CD-ROM. Five years after the first edition of Landscape Restoration Handbook was published, its natural landscaping and ecological restoration techniques have become standard and successful practice throughout the nation. They are now in the Landscape Restoration Handbook on CD-ROM. Naturalization: mutually beneficial for environmental protection and cost savings By outlining the proper use of naturalization techniques, the print version gave landscape professionals a viable alternative to more intensive management approaches-ensuring a greater degree of environmental protection, while reducing various maintenance costs. Now you access these benefits on CD-ROM. A comprehensive guide to natural landscaping and ecological restoration