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Journey to the Promised Land

Journey to the Promised Land
  • Author : Jakob Streit
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2015-09
  • Total pages :172
  • ISBN : 193636784X
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Summary : Jakob Streit retells the stories of the Bible with colorful and compelling pictures that deepen the understanding of the stories' meaning. With his decades of Waldorf teaching with its storytelling curriculum, this master story teller brings the Old Testament to life. Geared to please nine and ten year olds, these books make wonderful class readers for fourth graders. A perfect balance is struck in these stories between reverent care in the accuracy of the tales and the vivid embellishments that make the stories real.

Journey to a Promised Land

Journey to a Promised Land
  • Author : Allison Lassieur
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2019
  • Total pages :160
  • ISBN : 1631632760
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Summary : "Hattie Jacobs and her family join the Great Exodus of 1879 in search of a better life in Kansas"--

Piau

Piau
  • Author : Bruce Murray
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2017-08-26
  • Total pages :272
  • ISBN : 9781459738461
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Summary : Piau led hundreds of Acadians into the wilderness to escape the Acadian Expulsion. He vowed to lead them to the Promised Land, where they could live without fear. Over the years Piau became a prisoner of war, was deported to Boston, and built a castle before finally leading his people to Memramcook, New Brunswick, the Promised Land.

A Journey to the Promised Land

A Journey to the Promised Land
  • Author : J. Mastine Nisbett
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2011-03
  • Total pages :184
  • ISBN : 9781452092324
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Summary : Dean Nisbett has crafted an excellent book that is carefully researched. He is a masterful storyteller, combining theology, sociology, history, scripture and church architecture into a masterpiece. Writing about the struggle of a suburban parish to build an edifice, the author cites numerous parallels between the Israelites' history and that of the parish. He recasts the Israelites' story into the contemporary, making the Bible relevant in demonstrating the ongoing work of God. Nisbett explores the struggle of African Americans to be integrated into the United States of America. He addresses the tension between West Indians and black Americans and notes the latter's significant contribution to the Episcopal Church. He recognizes the indelible contribution of the first African Americans who penetrated the white enclave of Cambria Heights. Recognition is also made of black Episcopalians for their valuable contribution to the society and for challenging the church to be honest to its Catholicity, insisting that they (black Episcopalians) be included into the "Body of Christ."The author explicates the concept of vocation, the "call" to serve God in His church. He shares his personal experience. Very inspiring! A must read for those contemplating the ordained ministry.The book integrates the Church into the life of the community. It is an excellent tool for congregational development, and could serve as a model for congregations to chronicle their history from a theological perspective. In addition, the book will be useful to those researching the history of the ordination of black Episcopalians and the birth of the black Episcopal congregation in the United States. It is a wonderful resource for those considering church construction. Finally, the author theologizes the building and provides a helpful manual for every worshiper whom the author (in" reference to 1st Peter") describes as "living stones" built upon the foundation of Jesus Christ, "The chief Corner Stone."

Journey to the Promised Land

Journey to the Promised Land
  • Author : Dennis R McLeod
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2019-06-06
  • Total pages :266
  • ISBN : 0473477890
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Summary : Fear, drama, suspense... and hope. Amid the ruins and chaos left by the Second World War, a family sets out from a small town in Russia to escape the uncertainty of living under the iron fist of Stalin. Their arduous journey takes them through Poland and then Germany, where they hear first-hand accounts of the holocaust where millions of Jews and others were exterminated only a few years earlier... and then on to France and England. A few years later, the son Simon, and his wife Rose visit Israel after discovering their Jewish roots and heritage. They arrive just in time to experience the dramatic Six Day War when the surrounding Arab nations attempt to destroy Israel. You will be kept wondering how this family can possibly survive as they flee the only home they've ever known. This powerful story is based on the true accounts of friends and strangers that the author has woven into fascinating fiction.

Journey to the Promised Land

Journey to the Promised Land
  • Author : Carolyn Baker
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2018-09-06
  • Total pages :160
  • ISBN : 1720609411
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Summary : We all want to live and love more fully, and yet the price of our desire is often steep. Journey to The Promised Land is not just a moving story about reconnection, forgiveness, radical ego-adjustment, and having one's heart broken open. It is a story of what is possible when we are willing to engage in the inner work of healing the parts of ourselves that obstruct our loving aliveness--what is possible if we allow the ego to be radically transformed as we remain willing to stay present with and surrender to what in front of us right now. At this extraordinary moment of despair on our planet--at a time when hearts and conversations have become so hardened and polarized, it is crucial that we never shut down and that we continually open ourselves to mystery and miracles.

The Message of Numbers

The Message of Numbers
  • Author : Raymond Brown
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2016-04-11
  • Total pages :229
  • ISBN : 9780830889785
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Summary : Numbers is one of the "lost" books of the Bible--lost because it is neglected by many Christians. Named for its two "numberings," or censuses, of Israel--the generation that left Egypt and the generation that entered the land of promise--Numbers frames a fascinating account of the pilgrim people Israel learning to trust God. Readers are frequently puzzled by the dazzling variety of literature that makes up this book and wonder how to make sense of the whole. But in this thorough exposition of Numbers, Raymond Brown discloses the careful design and message of Numbers. He shows how God provides for the basic needs of the ideal life: to be loved, to be free, to be certain. Further, Brown highlights the rich theological themes of Numbers, untangles its meaning for today's readers and shows its enduring relevance for God's people.

Promise Land

Promise Land
  • Author : Jessica Lamb-Shapiro
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2014-01-07
  • Total pages :240
  • ISBN : 9781439101605
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Summary : “A funny yet surprisingly nuanced look at the legends and ideas of the self-help industry” (People, 3.5 stars), Promise Land explores the American devotion to self-improvement—even as the author attempts some deeply personal improvements of her own. Raised by a child psychologist who was himself the author of numerous self-help books, as an adult Jessica Lamb-Shapiro found herself both repelled and fascinated by the industry: did all of these books, tapes, weekend seminars, groups, posters, t-shirts, and trinkets really help anybody? Why do some people swear by the power of positive thinking, while others dismiss it as so many empty promises? Promise Land is an irreverent tour through the vast and strange reaches of the world of self-help. In the name of research, Jessica attempted to cure herself of phobias, followed The Rules to meet and date men, walked on hot coals, and even attended a self-help seminar for writers of self-help books. But the more she delved into the history and practice of self-help, the more she realized her interest was much more than academic. Forced into a confrontation with the silent grief that had haunted both her and her father since her mother’s death when she was a baby, she realized that sometimes thinking you know everything about a subject is a way of hiding from yourself the fact that you know nothing at all. “A jaunty, cannily written memoir” (Chicago Tribune), Promise Land is cultural history from “a witty and enjoyably self-aware writer…Jessica Lamb-Shapiro’s talent as a storyteller is undeniable” (The New York Times Book Review).

One in a Million

One in a Million
  • Author : Priscilla Shirer
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2010
  • Total pages :212
  • ISBN : 9780805464764
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Summary : Popular Bible teacher Priscilla Shirer goes beyond talk to show how we can apply what we hear in church every week to how we live every day.

The Journey to the Promised Land

The Journey to the Promised Land
  • Author : Dickson A. Mungazi
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2001
  • Total pages :213
  • ISBN : 0275968243
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Summary : Examines African American development as measured by progress in four critical areas of national life: economic, political, educational, and social.

A Promised Land, a Perilous Journey

A Promised Land, a Perilous Journey
  • Author : Daniel G. Groody,Gioacchino Campese
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2008
  • Total pages :332
  • ISBN : UOM:39015077121898
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Summary : A Christian theological interpretation of the border reality is a neglected area of immigration study. The foremost contribution of A Promised Land, A Perilous Journey is its focus on the theological dimension of migration, beginning with the humanity of the immigrant, a child of God and a bearer of his image. The nineteen authors in this collection recognize that one characteristic of globalization is the movement not only of goods and ideas but also of people. The crossing of geographical borders confronts Christians, as well as all citizens, with choices: between national security and human insecurity; between sovereign national rights and human rights; between citizenship and discipleship. Bearing these global dimensions in mind, the essays in this book focus on the particular problems of immigration across the U.S.-Mexico border. The contributors to this volume include scholars as well as pastors and lay people involved in immigration aid work. Daniel Groody has also produced a documentary on immigration, “Dying to Live.” “A Promised Land, A Perilous Journey offers a rich, interdisciplinary treatment of the subject of migration, showing the human face of contemporary migration as a global phenomenon. The authors explore historical antecedents in Biblical and early church history, the political debates about borders and the right to migrate, and the role of race, ethnicity, and gender in the 'perilous journey' of migrants. This is an indispensable text for all interested in the theology of migration and the ethics of migration policy.” —William O'Neill, S.J., Jesuit School of Theology, Berkeley “At times saddening, at times inspiring, A Promised Land, A Perilous Journey, brings fresh perspectives to the discussion of immigration. These essays reach beyond the policy debate and the heated emotions of the moment and provide much needed reflection on larger truths.” —Roberto Suro, University of Southern California

A Journey to the Promised Land

A Journey to the Promised Land
  • Author : Karen Skovgaard-Petersen
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2001
  • Total pages :84
  • ISBN : 8772897147
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Summary : Towards the end of the 1190s a Norwegian canon - his name is unknown - composed a dramatic account of the Danish-Norwegian expedition which, as part of the so-called Third Crusade, had left for Jerusalem some years earlier. Since 1187 the city had been in Muslim hands, and the Danish and Norwegian travellers set out to join in the liberation of the city. They came too late to fight, however, since a peace arrangement had been agreed upon by the Christian and Muslim leaders. In spite of this the canon makes the most of the heroic nature of the enterprise, drawing upon a series of literary and theological themes used in connection with crusading in the twelfth century.

A Child's Story of the Book of Mormon

A Child's Story of the Book of Mormon
  • Author : Deta Petersen Neeley
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :1987
  • Total pages :382
  • ISBN : 0875791018
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Summary : Presents the deeds and adventures of the Book of Mormon retold in simplified language.

Journey to the Promised Land

Journey to the Promised Land
  • Author : Dwayne Makala
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2014-05-27
  • Total pages :222
  • ISBN : 9781493198757
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Summary : The Liberia Exodus of 1878 was the one of the biggest events in African American history. It certainly rivaled the Emancipation Proclamation and the end of slavery in the nineteenth century, as the grand event and the most talked about until the coming of Marcus Garvey some forty years later.

Journey

Journey
  • Author : Jason Anderson
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2011-01-01
  • Total pages :463
  • ISBN : 9780768490442
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Summary : God is constantly moving His children along the path to a better and deeper world of wonder and supernatural power and destiny. Are you following His lead? The Journey is an exciting look at biblical journeys and parallels them with your modern-day life. Practical truths revealed throughout the pages dissolve the mediocrity from your life, and provide direction to walk a new path—with Him. You will learn: How to identify where you are. Where your destiny is and how to get there. About life’s four possible destinations. How to exercise your creative power. The terms of God’s covenant with you. How to defeat your Jericho. That your greatest enemy may be within you. The Journey is an anointed, insightful, and often humorous revelation of the stages of Christian life. With a refreshing absence of religiosity, author Jason Anderson pinpoints life-changing truths, exposes common misconceptions, releases grace, and debunks the time-tested excuses keeping you from the place of rest in which you were designed to rule and reign.

Journey to the Promised Land

Journey to the Promised Land
  • Author : Gabriel Ademola Olatunji
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2009
  • Total pages :47
  • ISBN : STANFORD:36105132867305
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Journey to the Promised Land

Journey to the Promised Land
  • Author : Morris Cerullo
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :1999
  • Total pages :437
  • ISBN : OCLC:49631918
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My Journey to the Promised Land

My Journey to the Promised Land
  • Author : Dorothy Schuler
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2011-02-22
  • Total pages :212
  • ISBN : 1456527274
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Summary : Growing up in rural Kansas where her family constantly struggled to ward off poverty and loss, Dorothy Schuler determined to find her own "promised land" of plenty and spiritual fulfillment. Dorothy takes us along on her journey and shows us how through faith in God and hard work she found the place she sought. Her childhood desire "to see beyond" the world of her tiny village came to fruition in unexpected ways, bringing beauty and fulfillment into her life beyond imagining. Dorothy Schuler, the mother of twelve, now 95 years old, lives in Seattle.

Finding Jesus In the Exodus

Finding Jesus In the Exodus
  • Author : Nicholas Perrin
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2014-10-07
  • Total pages :128
  • ISBN : 9781455560677
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Summary : If you want to understand who Christ is, you have to begin by understanding what Jesus meant when he said in Luke 24:27, "And beginning with Moses and all the prophets, he explained to them what was said in all the Scriptures concerning himself" (NIV). In FINDING JESUS IN THE EXODUS, biblical scholar Nicholas Perrin shows that the Bible's story of the Exodus from beginning to end is filled with prophetic foretellings of the person and work of Christ: Moses as a great deliver and prophet The voice in the burning bush The Passover Lamb of God The unleavened bread The rock and pillar of cloud The red sea crossing The manna from heaven You will see all of these and more as examples of Christ in the story of the Exodus.

Journey to the Promised Land

Journey to the Promised Land
  • Author : Andrea Gabrieli
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2001-04-01
  • Total pages :300
  • ISBN : 0738867594
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Summary : Born in the twenties and raised by loving religious parents in a hermetically sealed ivory tower, Andrea was plunged into a world of lies, envy, jealousy, and hatred not long after her mother's sudden death. A teenager, she was crushed and confounded by her stepmother's abuse. Through her stepmother's methodical brainwashing and diabolical lying, her younger siblings turned on her, as did her father. Several years later, an embittered atheist, Andrea was still unable to assert herself, still naive and trusting. And made to order for the master of abuse, her husband. In middle age she was stricken with a debilitating and excruciatingly painful disease. Through the years Andrea had explored philosophy, psychology, and parapsychology, looking for answers. She found none. Not sure if God existed, in desperation she called out to Him for help, and to her everlasting exultation, she found the Promised Land!

Journey To The Promised Land

Journey To The Promised Land
  • Author : Nancy J. Blackburn
  • Publisher :Unknown
  • Release Date :2018-05-17
  • Total pages :516
  • ISBN : 1681977834
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Summary : The idea of the story, Journey to the Promised Land, was inspired by a vision Nancy had one day in 1985 while praying. The presence of God and the vision was so profound that Nancy knew that she had a responsibility to write what the Holy Spirit was giving her. The story did not come all at once. Days, months, and sometimes a year went by before she would get another thought on the story. The ending of the story did not come until after twenty-six years. It took twenty-eight years to complete her book. Young readers ages eight to sixteen will be amazed with many short stories within a big story. Each story has its own significance to enrich imaginations and get the reader's attention. The overall big story is to help children to become aware of the Promised Land, which is God's gift to Israel. Young children need to know more about the Promised Land. Two tribes of Hebrew people live on Love Boot Island, the tribes of Judah and Levi. It is thought they are Messianic Jews. There is a great famine in the land. The Hebrew parents love their famine babies so much that they put them in ten boats under the care of Captain Hershel D. Langley and his wife, Tillie B. Langley. There is no other way to save the famine babies. They sail for the Promised Land. Amazing things happen on this journey. Some critters sabotage the boats, and they become scattered in the ocean. In the story, readers will find out about the honor of keeping promises, how God made an unconditional covenant with Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob. This was God's promise, and God never breaks a promise. The story is both fictional and nonfictional, and the Holy Scriptures are true and real.