Finally! An easy to read and understand book about one the most important subjects most people never learn about...until it's too late! Life Insurance! The first half of this book is written in a simple style to help the reader easily understand the different types of life insurance without overwhelming graphs and mind numbing charts. The second half of this book with take the reader on a journey across kitchen tables and experience real life stories of some of the disasters and pitfalls that many of the folks we have met, have made. It also includes some good and happy endings of some of these folks, as well. It will shed light on the dangers of misinformation or lack of knowledge on this important subject. I hope this book will educate and enlighten the reader and help preserve their family's legacy.
God wants us to know how much he loves us. This love is not "generic." It is, as Pastor Gerrit Dawson puts it: "specific, intense, free, passionate, delighted love! Love fitted to each one of us in our uniquely created being." When we experience this love, we experience blessing. The Bible tells a blessing story. And in these pages we are invited to enter into that story with the Triune God. Along the way we share the journey with many others who have inspiring stories of personal and social change. This workbook will transform your relationship with God and others as you discover the unique ways that God wants to express his love for you. This 40-day guide will walk you and your group through passages of Scripture, times of prayer and simple exercises all designed to lead into the deep blessedness of life in God's love."
Life Can Be Positively Different is a friendly and practical guide to happiness that approaches you in an gentle and, yes, positive way. It invites you to look at your current situation and evaluate your relationships.
Life Can Be Positively Different looks at how you can lead a more fulfilling life by adopting a more positive approach to your relationships and to your life. It focuses mostly on how you can change your perception and your attitudes to feel happier and more serene. From her professional experience as a counsellor, the author of this book has found that in life-Acceptance, appreciation, and support are the keys that open up the door to happier relationships. Once you know how to apply them, your life becomes positively different.
Life Can Be Positively Different is written in a clear, concise, and conversational style which makes it easy to read and apply. It communicates genuine care and support from someone who has experienced the ups and downs of relationships in her professional and personal lives.
The book acknowledges that although you cannot always change the circumstances in your life, you do have a choice on how you react to them. A positive mental outlook, open-mindedness, flexibility, and gratitude are some of the attitudes that can help you increase the positives in your life and decrease the negatives.
The three principle ideas of accepting, appreciating, and supporting other people are deceptively simple ones. We all know we should do these things, but actually achieving them in real life situations is not so easy.
The author guides you gently towards achieving these qualities by reviewing the choices and relationships in your life, and finding new ways to respond to the world around you. You will be surprised at how your life can improve when you begin to look at it in a new way.
This book is the second in a series of guides for the four main formatting styles (APA, Harvard, Chicago and Vancouver), and focuses on the Harvard format. It is written in a way that is clear, logical and easy to understand. Information is given on the general requirements of the Harvard format, the correct way to cite sources, and all the formatting requirements for different types of bibliography entries.
"In the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit Amen." Now slip on your habit and walk in Joyce Falconero Zemba's shoes as she takes you back fifty years into the hallowed convent halls and into her life as a Catholic nun. No longer under a rule of silence, Joyce reveals in this autobiography what your Sunday school teacher would not want you to read. Learn what was really happening behind the veil of the sisterhood of deception that was being portrayed to the public - skeletons of what felt like brainwashing to the shadows of being romantically approached by a priest. You will not be able to put this book down as you watch Joyce leave home as an eager, energetic, young woman with a heart to do good, grow into someone who learns that even the holiest of professions can be full of lies and deceit. If she does not get out in time, her spirit would be the price.
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