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Along The Way

Author : Randy Hain
ISBN : 0764821644
Genre : Religion
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Catholic life is not easy, especially in our contemporary society that views Christian beliefs in subjective and relativistic terms. As Christians, we cannot simply stand on the sidelines and watch. This book presents hot button Catholic topics such as ma

Navigating The Interior Life

Author : Daniel Burke
ISBN : 1937155862
Genre : Spiritual direction
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What is spiritual direction and my spiritual direction? What are my "blind spots" and how can I uncover them? What keeps me from all the spiritual riches Christ has for me? How can I better understand where I am in my spiritual progress? Daniel Burke's Navigating the Interior Life will give you the tools you need to understand how and why we grow and die in the spiritual life and what we can do about it.


Author : Randy Hain
ISBN : 0615932614
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A Proven Road Map for Today's Job Seeker Landed!, Randy Hain's fourth book, offers today's job seekers proven strategies and practical ideas gleaned from his 25+ years of recruiting, executive search and senior leadership experience along with the candid insights of real candidates in transition, hiring managers and other experts in the workplace who also share their experiences and thoughts. The result is a book filled with proven approaches to help job seekers of any age or experience level quickly get on the right path towards landing a new position. Landed! is a combination of candor, practical ideas, proven strategies and insights gleaned from professionals who have seen all sides of a job search. No matter where you are in your career or even if you have not yet joined the workforce, you will find tremendous value in Landed! as you consider how to navigate to the next job on your journey. Here is what a few folks had to say ... "We all lose our jobs, or our jobs lose us, and it is time to move on. Change is never easy but with Landed! in your hands, your odds just got WAY better. Randy Hain has seen it all, and he can share with you all you need to know to find the next great career in your life. Read it, believe it, do it! You will have no regrets." -Chester Elton, author of the New York Times best sellers, "The Carrot Principle" and "All In" "Landed! is a must-read for both senior executives and recent graduates alike who want to take their career to the next level whether they are currently in a job or looking for the next one. Randy provides keen insights from his own experience while summarizing helpful 'best practices' from his vast network of experienced corporate leaders, HR professionals and entrepreneurs. Take great notes because Landed! is full of tips that really work!" -Tim Tassopoulos, executive vice president of operations for Chick-fil-A "As a college student looking at a tough job market in a few years, I appreciate the practical lessons here. I want to find the right job and best fit for me and think this book can help. I appreciated the sections on interviewing and negotiating. Definite must read for students and anybody looking for a new job." -Brian Anthony, student at Clemson University

Caring Lessons

Author : Lois Hoitenga Roelofs
ISBN : 1935265377
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Imagine not wanting to be a nurse, teacher, or teacher of psychiatric nursing only to find yourself doing all three—and loving it! In Caring Lessons, Lois Roelofs tells her stories about being a rebellious minister’s daughter, reluctant nurse, restless mom, perpetual student, and eventually, fun-loving teacher. She used to tell her students that if she, an ordinary suburban sandbox mom, propelled by restlessness and prayer, could end up having a career, growing in faith, and getting a PhD, they could too. Roelofs brings the "therapeutic use of self" required in nursing to her writing. You will be amused, saddened, and inspired as you read this intimate and introspective memoir. You may even run to enroll or teach in a nursing program, and, if you’re already teaching nursing students, you may discover renewed gratitude for the privilege. The main theme of the book is caring—caring for others and caring for oneself. The "others" in Roelofs' career involved students as well as patients: students in the classroom, clinical settings, and her office and patients in inpatient as well as in a variety of outpatient settings. In caring for others, the nurse as caregiver must care for herself; she did so by changing jobs to suit her interests, going back to school more than once to feed her crave for learning, and seeking professional help when first her restlessness as an unhappy housewife and much later, illnesses of several people close to her and her husband’s cancer invaded her personal life. The idea for writing Caring Lesson came while Roelofs in Chicago was talking to a nursing friend in North Carolina. They were nearing retirement, wondering what they would do with their time, when the subject of writing their nursing stories popped up. They both had a passion for their profession and felt people need to know more about nurses. What do they do? How do they think? How do they choose where to work and what kind of work they do? And because she couldn't find any memoirs written by nursing professors describing their personal and professional lives, she felt she could reach out to others with her story. Readers will learn the importance of faith, family, and friendship that applies to their own lives whatever their profession and will come away with a new appreciation of caring for themselves as well as caring for others.

What Did I Learn Today Lessons On The Journey To Unconditional Self Love

Author : Akosua Dardaine Edwards
ISBN : 9781452580111
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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It's a funny thing when you take responsibility for your life and tell the absolute and brutal truth. What's the famous saying? The truth will set you free? Yes, it sure does. The time had come to be brutally honest, to tell the truth, to take responsibility. This is my story, the journey of how I discovered love for me, unconditionally.

Journey Of An American Muslim

Author : A. Opio Masud
ISBN : 9781452074504
Genre : Religion
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Journey of an American Muslim is an epic journey into the life of the author. It's a biography that is uncompromising in its authenticity and honesty. Muslims and non-Muslims will appreciate its candor as the author shares his experiences in the four phases of his development into his life as a Muslim in America. In this book you will discover: -The major influences that encouraged the Author to study and later become a Muslim. -How the Author transitioned from being a very "zealous" Muslim in the beginning; to discovering "spirituality" while taking more risks in his practice of the Muslim life; to becoming an open minded "truth seeker" who happens to be Muslim. -In candid detail how the Author survived multiple marriages (learning experiences), the loss of two good paying professional jobs, foreclosure of his home and working at Wal-Mart for 3 1/2 years earning what he considers "survival income." Journey of an American Muslim is a personal journey and an odyssey of major proportions for any human being. Muslim or non-Muslim, to have to experience. One wonders how one could survive such a personal drama, financial upheaval and professional setbacks. This author not only experienced the epic journey, but lived to tell about it.

Awakening Power Of Miracle Bracelet

Author : Atina A.
ISBN : 9781524533816
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The book is a true live-changing story of a woman named Susan. It’s about her astonishing historical journey and her imperfect circumstances that transformed her into an extraordinary woman. Through her faith, Susan discovered that her life was a deliberate journey by the Higher Source. Therefore, she allowed her senses to channel with supernatural glowing light, higher energies, and receive messages. As a result, Susan is able to transmit this supernatural, glowing energy through her handmade bracelet, 4P steps miracle, and healing other’s life and body. As an addition, she is anticipating to leave the legacy of this power spread behind herself. Susan’s story reveals the foundation of our resolution on earth. Her challenging, ordinary life of being born as a woman in Afghanistan hauled her into a life of mystery yet is rewarding and had her travel on the road no one’s dared to cross. Thus, doubt is not her life philosophy as she lived life by example. Susan’s accomplishments and her PhD are not bought and can’t be taught. It was designated by the Higher Source as he knows her strength.

One Cross One Way Many Journeys

Author : David H. Greenlee
ISBN : 9780830857227
Genre : Religion
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A look at the reality of conversion in our present political and cultural world.

Along The Way

Author : Ron Bruner
ISBN : 9780891126737
Genre : Religion
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A call for the church, the whole church, to enter into a serious conversation about the spiritual nourishment of our children Conversations about children and faith draw us close to the heart of God, among the people of God, these talks are justifiably nuanced and passionate. The authors of "Along the Way" lead everyone in the church, parents, grandparents, teachers, friends, ministers, and leaders, in a careful yet understandable dialogue about nurturing children spiritually. Along the way, we discover that the individuality of each child and the distinctiveness of their context call us to see each child's walk with God as a unique journey of discovery. We also learn that sharing these paths with children changes and bless us at least as much as it does them.

Lessons From The Crossroads

Author : Ed Poole
ISBN : 0972074015
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Lessons from the Crossroads is full of stories and tales Ed has heard from others, tales that are now part of his life. The story of any one of us is, in part, the story of all of us. By telling the story of his experiences of reclaiming his authentic path, Ed inspires his readers as they discover humor, joy, laughter, personal meaning in their own lives, some sadness, but most of all, a sense of hope, love, forgiveness and personal excitement for the times their lessons are learned from their own crossroads experiences. While reading this book, you will become aware of the changes Ed experienced in his life which will provide insight into the many changes you have created in yours as your journey led you to your different crossroads. Ed shares his feeling about many of his struggles, concepts and relationships as he share his insights throughout Lessons form the Crossroads. Ed also has the unique ability to share his growth from the beginning of this manuscript to the end, and you will rejoice in his transformation as well as receive inspiration and courage to continue yours. It is the joy of sharing these stories as you write your own that will create a heartfelt connection to Ed and his wisdom for years to come.

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