Download e-book for iPad: A GAY EPIPHANY: HOW DARE YOU SPEAK FOR GOD? by Robert K Pavlick

By Robert K Pavlick

“A homosexual Epiphany” is essentially my autobiography, the autobiography of a “man of no importance”, however it is de facto even more than that. It covers a fifty five yr trip starting with an blameless younger child’s look for God, complex via the conflicting dogmas and interpretations of institutional Christianity and matched with transforming into up homosexual within the 1950’s and 60’s.

The ebook covers the struggles of a tender guy who desires merely to serve God, yet who meets with not anything yet spiritual hostility and condemnation from institutional Christianity as a result of his homosexuality. It addresses many parts of analysis together with comparative faith, japanese philosophy, New Age, The Christian correct, politics, the yank Dream, fundamentalism, misinterpretation of non secular texts, authenticity of the Bible itself and plenty of different comparable issues quoting from experts in these fields of research.

It is an entice spiritual leaders, mom and dad, educators and legislators to teach extra compassion in the direction of homosexual women and men and provide them the whole recognize and equality to which they're entitled less than a mundane democracy. it truly is my reward to my homosexual brothers and sisters who should be suffering from find out how to combine their sexual identification with their spirituality. it's also meant as my present to these within the heterosexual group who nonetheless might be being affected by which religious direction, out of the loads that exist, will be leading to their non secular development. you'll both decide upon a direction which believes that “the glass is part empty” or a direction which believes that the “glass is part full.”

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The Love of a Brother; From Plaistow to Passchendaele - download pdf or read online

By Percy Cearns,Edward Cearns,Martin Cearns

the 1st global struggle touched the lives of thousands. however the LOVE OF A BROTHER is a truly own tale of the way the hostilities affected one huge, close-knit kin from London’s East result in the early 1900s.
It is instructed with loving affection throughout the eyes of 1 guy whose likely unbreakable bond along with his brother used to be shattered on August thirteenth, 1917 in a single of the main ferocious entrance line battles.
That was once the tragic day Royal Fusilier Fred Cearns died whereas battling for his country.
Within weeks brother Percy had written this tale of Fred's existence. The ebook tells us a lot approximately Fred's lifestyles with the British military in WW1 as Percy used to be a military dispatch rider and on his days off he was once capable of use his Triumph motorcycle to get to fulfill up together with his brother. background is filled with tales of the horrendous stipulations within the dust of Flanders and the 1917 battles for Passchendaele, yet the following we now have a lot fascinating and intimate element of what may perhaps take place clear of front line.
This heartfelt story of braveness and honour additionally serves as a desirable social heritage remark of what relatives existence was once like in East London on the finish of the nineteenth century.

This tale is especially a lot concerning the nice struggle of 1914 to 1918. it's consequently acceptable army charity should still gain and
HELP for HEROES (Registered Charity no. 1120920) has been selected. H4H supply useful direct help for wounded women and men of the military. All proceeds obtained through the writer may be should be donated to aid for HEROES

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Bill Mercer's Play-by-Play: Tales from a Sportscasting Insider PDF

By Bill Mercer

either a memoir and a "how-to" for an individual who aspires to a profession in broadcast journalism, relatively activities, this booklet calls on Mercer's significant adventure and identify acceptance in Texas to offer an insider's view of every little thing from play-by-play to interviewing a star athlete. Mercer all started his occupation because the voice wrestling in Dallas within the Nineteen Fifties, and later went directly to be a play-by-play announcer for groups starting from the Dallas Cowboys to the Chicago White Sox, as well as a short "hard information" stint on the time of the Kennedy assassination in Dallas in 1963.

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My Life Above the Clouds: In the Footsteps of Henry David - download pdf or read online

By Margaret Rose Scribner

Who hasn’t dreamed of escaping a boring life, shredding unrelenting accounts, thumbing a nostril at starving application behemoths, and fleeing to a couple distant mountain hideaway? Ben did! Pull up a chair, pour a satisfying beverage, and stick to his trip as he strives to exist off the grid, on ten awesome acres atop an Idaho mountain. In that remoted atmosphere, as he labors to transform its tiny cabin right into a self-sufficient dwelling house, he started to think that he was once evolving right into a modern day Henry David Thoreau. His tale chronicles, with humor and knowledge, his first 12 months together with his struggles, trials, blunders, classes realized, error made, associates bought, and curious encounters with local natural world. it truly is informative, enlightening, humorous, and inspirational. army yarns, trucker’s stories, and anecdotes abound, and liberally laced with the wit and knowledge of Henry David.

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Dear Momma - download pdf or read online

By Christine Riley

desire got here whilst Christine Riley met Jesus, who helped her via all of it – the harm, the ache, and the unanswered query why me?

Based on precise occasions, expensive Mama recounts the psychological, actual, and sexual abuse a lady persisted as a baby and adolescent.
Note from the writer: “To my relations: i admire you. thanks for believing in my desires. Lord, might you usually be the top of my life.”

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New PDF release: Fifty-Seven: A Memoir of Death and Life

By Michael Ruffin

Michael Ruffin has continuously been conscious of his mortality. A deeply introspective baby, as his mom and dad and folks he enjoyed died, he grew to become more and more conscious of every body else’s mortality to boot. at the same time heartbreaking and funny, Fifty-Seven: A Memoir of dying and lifestyles recounts Ruffin’s ongoing trip towards knowing and embracing the everlasting whereas loving and letting move of the transitority. At its middle, Fifty-Seven is the tale of 1 person’s fight to be human.

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New PDF release: My Diary, August 30th to November 5th, 1874

By Cornelia Adair,Malcolm Thurgood,Montagu K. Brown

Cornelia Wadsworth Adair’s ancestors had pioneered in western manhattan, the place they opened and built huge, palatial estates; and the lifestyles they lived used to be dependent and aristocratic. Adair too was once discreetly cultured; but she took nice own excitement within the tough and primitive land of her famed JA Ranch in north Texas. due to actual pain and noisy passengers, she detested touring through railroad trainer; but she may well trip all day on horseback and lie all the way down to sleep on a makeshift cot by way of a waterhole or on an Indian’s flea-infested buffalo rug. She used to be a woman of attention-grabbing contradictions.
This little Diary is her energetic account of a two-month journey which she and her husband made into the western a part of the us in 1874. The ostensible objective of the journey was once to seek buffalo; notwithstanding, those huge beasts really play a truly small half within the magazine. particularly, the e-book is a fascinating and sometimes fun account, through an observant girl, of the lengthy trip from her husband’s property in eire to manhattan, to Chicago and on into higher Michigan, throughout Lake improved to Minnesota, down the Mississippi for numerous days, out to the buffalo-hunting grounds in Nebraska, then to Denver and the wonders of the Rocky Mountains, and at last again to long island and the Europe-bound ship.
Adair writes with a simple fluency; and her eye for picturesque aspect, her flavor for a laugh incongruities, her romanticist’s appreciate Nature, and her intuition for a “good story” mix to make her Diary friendly and enjoyable studying, whereas her powers of willing commentary offer worthy perception into lifestyles because it was once then within the West. First published for personal stream in 1918, the unique ebook is now an extraordinary collector’s merchandise of Western Americana. Mrs. Adair stated that she was once permitting its book for 2 purposes. First, she used to be afraid that her grandchildren and younger acquaintances could take into account her merely as “an previous woman who sat in an armchair, and whose stick needed to be appeared for”; she sought after them to understand that she had as soon as been “a very energetic individual . . . [who] did all kinds of interesting things.” moment, she felt it priceless to checklist her reports simply because “the international is altering so quick, methods of vacationing particularly so . . . and that i imagine it can be attention-grabbing to match what used to be performed in 1874 with what is going to be performed by the point the youngsters may be able to go back and forth. doubtless they are going to do their trips via air, and do many, many stuff that i haven't been in a position to do; yet they could by no means see the prairies of the USA of their wild uncivilised kingdom, or hunt buffalo over them, nor can they pow-wow with the purple Indians in a camp at the Platte River. So whenever has its personal distinctive joys, and the good factor is to overlook as low as attainable, and to percentage as much.”

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Download e-book for iPad: By Dawn We’ll Be Free: One Family’s Courageous Journey to by Georgette Hadvina

By Georgette Hadvina

on the finish of global struggle II, the Soviet military driven the Nazi’s out of jap Europe and commenced to occupy it. It used to be 1945, once they invaded Hungary and made it a Communist country, essentially the most repressed within the world.

Georgette’s kin quick went from a comfy center category existence in Budapest, Hungary, to being prisoners of 1 of the main bad platforms in sleek times.

Thousands of Hungarians have been arrested, imprisoned, and tortured. Many had died of hunger and of foul stipulations after being pressured from their houses and made to reside in camps. a few have been finished. Georgette and her family members knew that they had to flee, or they'd be becoming a member of their unlucky neighbors.

Georgette used to be captured by way of Russian squaddies, hunted via a Communist undercover agent in Austria, and suffered the results of a failed try to break out in the course of the notorious Iron Curtain, all sooner than she used to be seventeen years old.

By sunrise, We’ll Be loose is the narrative of a courageous baby and teen, who lived throughout the tyranny of Stalinist Communism and finally triumphed within the loose us of a.

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Get Dance Like Nobody's Watching PDF

By Alis Cerrahyan

“Life, as all of us, old and young comprehend, isn't really reasonable. So what can we do approximately it? can we permit it defeat us whereas we're within the so much susceptible kingdom, agony what appears massive soreness that we won't undergo? Or will we take a private trip via our personal truth and face the last word wisdom: we're not on my own; there's a loving God who cares approximately us. Dance is a publication delivering solutions by means of a smart lady who has traveled not just from continent to continent (and writes in her fourth language after Armenian, Turkish and French) yet from abject hopelessness to survival and luck via her religion, her self-reliance and her devotion to Christianity - her faith - yet now not one to which she limits her insights. She tells us how she survived via her personal rough-honed spirituality; her unending look for self assurance and the trail that supplied her for fulfillment and success."
I. B. Wells writer of ladies of Summer.

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Julia Keleher,Elsie Ruth Chant's The Padre of Isleta: The Story of Father Anton Docher; PDF

By Julia Keleher,Elsie Ruth Chant

Adolph F. Bandelier, Charles Fletcher Lummis, and Father Anton Docher are names heavily linked to the early colonial days in New Mexico. All of those characters seem during this narrative of Isleta Pueblo which tells the tale of dad Docher’s lifestyles within the Indian pueblo from the day whilst he first arrived alongside the line that was once undesirable, however the sundown appealing in 1891 till the time of the loss of life of his nice associates, Bandelier and Lummis, and his personal dying a number of months later in 1928. Father Docher’s task used to be now not a simple one, yet his nice persistence and figuring out helped him via many problems. the tale is going into a lot of those and into a lot of the legend and superstition of Isleta Pueblo which the Padre encountered in the course of his lengthy lifestyles there. He used to be really attracted to the tale of pop Padilla, the Franciscan friar who got here with Coronado’s band, whose physique was once buried within the church at Isleta yet which refused to stick underground. JULIA KELEHER was once a member and Professor within the English division of the collage of latest Mexico from 1931 to her retirement in 1959. She was once additionally a certified author and edited every one of her brother, William A. Keleher’s books, all of which were released via Sunstone Press in its Southwest historical past sequence. Her collaboration with Elsie Ruth Chant led to this interesting number of incidents for all readers attracted to the yank Southwest. She was once married to Lloyd Chant and raised teenagers, George Ashley Chant and Julia Jane Chant.

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