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Call Numbers: 220.61 Hat
Written specifically for today’s busy women, this book offers user-friendly advice on how to get the most from personal Bible study time. Transform the academic nature of Bible study into a fresh, simple format that will radically change the way you interact with Scripture forever. This great leader’s resource can be used with the Modern Girl’s Bible Study series or as a tool for discipleship ministry.
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Call Numbers: 243.8431 Hat
by Hatmaker, Jen. - c2010 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

What lists and systems and self-help books have failed to do for young moms in the trenches, Jesus can accomplish blindfolded. Yes, moms are busy, they need a break, and they'd just like a shower. But they are also strong and brilliant and have the power to move mountains. Author and speaker Jen Hatmaker takes the words and deeds of Jesus, adds the humor of a young mom's life, and offers messages of grace and encouragement. She shows overburdened moms forty things Jesus doesn't expect them to do on their own. Covering areas such as worry, marriage, priorities, money, and the trap of comparison, this lively Bible teacher brings Jesus's message alive in a format geared to the short moments moms have that can be allotted to reflection. This is a devotional for the woman inside the mom-the Bible student, the learner, the world-changer.
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Call Numbers: 248.4 Hat
by Hatmaker, Jen. - c2012 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

Disturbed by her family's comfortableness with American excess, Hatmaker writes with humor and depth about their unique social and spiritual decision to live by a rule of seven, reducing material possessions/distractions in order to connect with a greatly increased God.
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Call Numbers: 248.8425 Mah
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Call Numbers: 248.843 Jay
by Jaynes, Sharon. - c2004 - Copies: 0 of 1 available

Women are busy. Whether their energy is expended at home or at the office, women find themselves overwhelmed with the to-do lists in their life, and they long for time away from it all so they can really hear God's still small voice. "But when I pored over the pages of Scripture," says author Sharon Jaynes, "I discovered that some of God's most memorable messages were not delivered while men and women were away on a spiritual retreat, but right in the middle of everyday life. He spoke to Gideon while he was threshing wheat and to shepherds while they were watching their flocks by night."Using biblical wisdom and practical insights from her own life, Sharon invites readers to explore answers to the heart cry, "How can I hear the voice of God?"
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Call Numbers: 249 Egg
Sometimes parables communicate truths better than any self-help book. Meet the Millstones. Jason and Sarah and their three children are just the sort of Christian folks you d want for next-door neighbors. Or so it seems. As the story unfolds, the good family takes some wrong turns. Petty theft, on-line affairs, bad lifestyle choices and troubling attitudes show that things are far from well in the Millstone family. As the pages turn, readers discover such practical concepts as: change can be good but is often painful; marriage requires constant maintenance; crisis can be opportunity; actions speak louder than words; and love for your children and spouse means commitment and sacrifice. As they follow the parable of the Millstone family, readers will see these truths illuminated in a fresh new way that will help them strengthen their own marriage and family.
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Call Numbers: 253 Put
by Putman, Jim, 1966- - c2010 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

Real-Life Discipleship explains what should happen in the life of every Christian and in every small group so that the church becomes an army of believers dedicated to seeing the world saved.With the overriding goal to train disciples who know how to make more disciples, this book offers proven tools and strategies from Real Life Ministries, one of America’s fastest-growing churches.
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Call Numbers: 253 Tri
by Tripp, Paul David, 1950- - c2012 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

Dangerous Calling reveals the truth that the culture surrounding our pastors is spiritually unhealthy—an environment that actively undermines the wellbeing and efficacy of our church leaders and thus the entire church body.Here is a book that both diagnoses and offers cures for issues that impact every member and church leader, and gives solid strategies for fighting the all-important war that rages in our churches today.
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Call Numbers: 277.3 Hat
by Hatmaker, Jen. - c2009 - Copies: 0 of 1 available

What happens when Jesus interrupts the average life? Interrupted encourages believers to ask if their lives bring integrity to the gospel. Follow the faith journey of author and fellow disciplemaker Jen Hatmaker and rediscover Jesus among the least of us. Show more Show less
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Call Numbers: 306.874 Fri
by Frisbie, David, 1955- - c2005 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

Nearly 60 percent of remarriages end in divorce. What can people do to beat the odds?David and Lisa Frisbie share the fruits of more than 20 years of speaking, teaching, and counseling. Having talked to hundreds of couples, the authors use many real-life examples and speak with hope and humor about the challenges.
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Call Numbers: 306.874 Wri
by Wright, H. Norman. - c2012 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

Respected Christian counselor H. Norman Wright draws from his extensive experience to help couples establish strong, loving marriages. Whether divorced or widowed, people who marry again face unique challenges. Through 101 questions, Norm helps readers know their own views and understand where they agree and disagree with their future mates on finances, roles, sexuality, children, responsibilities, and previous relationship issues.
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Call Numbers: 92 Lau
by Laurie, Greg. - c2008 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

As a hippie and drug user who had grown-up in a dysfunctional family, Greg Laurie knew what it was to be lost. A seventeen-year-old, long-haired Greg soon discovered his passion for seeing people rescued from hopelessness and transformed into renewed beings with a saving faith in Christ. Laurie quickly became a wonder and an example as to how God could use someone with a sordid past to impact the world with the gospel. Throughout Greg’s autobiography, be encouraged by the trials he overcame and the far-reaching impact these lessons have had. The Lord’s influence in Greg’s life has been thoroughly evidenced by the fruit seen from the ministries Greg has planted, watered and grown; namely, Harvest Christian Fellowship (one of the 8 largest churches in America) and the Harvest Crusades. Greg Laurie’s legacy has been seasoned with trials and questions, but if God can take a hippie from a severely dysfunctional family and raise him to be one of the nation’s leading evangelists and pastors, what can God do with you?
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Call Numbers: 973 Car
by Carson, Ben. - 2014 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

"Dr. Ben Carson made headlines with his keynote at the National Prayer Breakfast in February 2013. Standing just a few feet from President Obama, the neurosurgeon offered a common sense critique of liberal government, calling for a return to our historic culture of personal responsibility, free markets, and upward mobility. Now, in this sequel to their #1 New York Times bestseller America the Beautiful, Dr. and Mrs. Carson offer a bold plan to stop the country's slide into fiscal and moral decay. Avoiding the political correctness of politicians and the animosity of Washington lawyers, Dr. Carson calls for respectful discussion and disagreement, with no subjects off limits. Applying the problem-solving skills he honed as a surgeon, he takes on tough issues such as education, health care, family values, race relations, taxes, charity, and the role of faith in public life. In his journey from poverty to the top of his field, Dr. Carson has lived the American dream. He shows how we can save that dream for our future generations, by restoring a moral, informed citizenry that will support "one nation, under God, indivisible.""--
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Call Numbers: C DVD Los
Two teenage friends uncover a long-lost medallion and accidentally travel through time and space to a ancient island kingdom. When a heartless warlord takes their amulet, the two friends join forces with the young and arrogant rightful king to recover the medallion and rescue the king's people from slavery.
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Call Numbers: CD 248.86 Jer
by Jeremiah, David - 2006 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

Jeremiah includes inspiring real-life stories of people who have struggled with terminal illness, the loss of a child, or the imprisonment of a spouse. He interweaves his own journal entries, revealing his battle with cancer and how the Psalms helped to sustain him during the fight of his life
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Call Numbers: CD 92 Zam Hil
by Hillenbrand, Laura. - c2010 - Copies: 0 of 1 available

On a May afternoon in 1943, an Army Air Forces bomber crashed into the Pacific Ocean and disappeared, leaving only a spray of debris and a slick of oil, gasoline, and blood. Then, on the ocean surface, a face appeared--Lt. Louis Zamperini. Captured by the Japanese and driven to the limits of endurance, Zamperini would answer desperation with ingenuity; suffering with hope, resolve, and humor.
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Call Numbers: CD SERMON 2014 05-25
by Garcia, Gabe - 2014 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

  My Favorite Verse
The young church in Collosea had found itself at a point where false teaching was infiltrating their community. this short letter, inspired by God and written by Paul, is delivered to guard the Collossians from the potential danger of heresy through the means of rooting them in the truth of Christ. As we prayerfully study and meditate on the identity and work of Jesus Christ, God will turn our understanding of Christ into deep convistions - deep convictions that will protect the church from error and cause the church to joyfully make Christ central to all we do.
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Call Numbers: CD SERMON 2014 06-01
by Hegg, David - 2014 - Copies: 0 of 1 available

  Real Questions
This weekend we begin our Summer Series: Real Questions. First up is this concept we keep hearing about … a “worldview.” But just what is one of these? And if there is a biblical worldview, what is it?
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Call Numbers: CD SERMON 2014 06-08
by Hegg, David - 2014 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

  Real Questions
“Don’t judge me!” Have you heard that lately? It seems that living above anyone’s assessment or condemnation is fast becoming part of the Bill of Rights. But what does the Bible actually teach? Are we prohibited from assessing sinful behavior unless we are “without sin”? Thankfully, the New Testament is not confused on this subject, so we don’t have to be, either. The message is clear that Christ-followers are to recognize sinful behavior and respond to it in truth and love with both compassion and courage.
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Call Numbers: CD SERMON 2014 06-15
by Hegg, David - 2014 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

  Real Questions
In the ancient world, identifying with Christ would often bring adversity. This kept all but true Christ-followers from entering the water. Today the same cannot be said. Baptism has become a fad in some respects, as churches and even Hollywood promote spontaneous baptisms of those whose lives may never have demonstrated the fruits of repentance and saving faith. This raises questions: Just what is baptism anyway? Why do it? What does baptism signify in the life of the one being baptized? Is it merely personal or is there an element of community with the local church?
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Call Numbers: CD SERMON 2014 06-22
by Hegg, David - 2014 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

  Real Questions
Just how are we to think of Jesus? Is he the ultimate life-coach, financial planner, health care professional, butler and fixer? Is his role to fit into our lives or do we largely have it backwards? This weekend, we’ll sit in the audience as Peter declares Jesus to the stunned Pentecost crowd of Acts 2. And as telling as what he says is what he seems to leave out regarding Jesus. Apparently, following Jesus Christ is much more about how we fit into his plan than how we can get him to fit into ours.
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Call Numbers: CD SERMON 2014 06-29
by Hegg, David - 2014 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

  Real Questions
What should we think about tradition? Is it good or bad? Can we change some things while others must never change? How do we know the difference? Can the Bible help? These are important questions, especially when our fast-moving culture collides with our biblical worldview. Fortunately, our worldview and the Scripture it is built on give us all we need to consider and practice change in ways that are pleasing to God and necessary to the advancement of his kingdom.
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Call Numbers: CD SERMON 2014 07-06
by Hegg, David - 2014 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

  Real Questions
Among the many challenges we face as Christ-followers is that of our “dual citizenship.” We are, first and foremost, citizens of heaven as those who have been redeemed in Christ. But we are also citizens of our country, which brings with it certain privileges and responsibilities. How do these relate? And more importantly, how can we avoid the perils of allowing our passion for this world to override our kingdom focus?
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Call Numbers: CD SERMON 2014 07-13
by Hegg, David - 2014 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

  Real Questions
The subject of "justice" is often in our conversations these days. What is right and fair? Who decides? What about all those who seem to suffer unjustly? And where does God stand in all this? And most of all, how can a just God accept us who sin?
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Call Numbers: CD SERMON 2014 07-20
by Garcia, Gabe - 2014 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

  Real Questions
Poverty is a problem, and when we see someone struggling to meet life's basic necessities, we know that this isn't the way God intended the world to work. But what is the church's role in interacting with the poor? Is caring for the poor always helpful? Hopwfully, as we formulate a biblical understanding of poverty, we will be able to walk winsomely in a broken world by caring for others as God had cared for us.
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Call Numbers: DVD 248.4 My H
2013 - Copies: 0 of 1 available

After decades of traveling around the world with Revivals with his father, Billy Graham wants to have his last words as he asks for this one last 'My Hope' message to everyone in the world to share with him.
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Call Numbers: DVD Fin
2014 - Copies: 0 of 1 available

The only thing standing between Dr. Lisa Leland and the wedding of her dreams in the Hamptons is a 2,600-mile drive from Los Angeles to her new life. However, a run-in with the law in the country town of Normal, NC, leaves Dr. Leland with a choice: jail or community service. Sentenced to serve three days as the town's doctor, Lisa has her world turned upside down by a man she would never expect. Quickly, Lisa finds that there's a lot more to Normal than she could have ever imagined.
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Call Numbers: F Ara
by Arana, Nikki, 1949- - 2012 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

It only took one bullet. Austia's friend and student fell dead. And with a glimpse of a newspaper headline, the young and recently widowed Austia knows more about what happened than the police. From that fatal night, Austia’s secret outreach to the U.S. Muslim community—in the guise of English language classes—becomes a target. Local Muslim extremists set their sights on ending her ministry and even her life. And the women she ministers to will be next.A thick web of deceit closes in around Austia, and her circle of friends becomes smaller by the day, even as she finally opens herself to the idea of falling in love again. But who can she trust? Facing a spiritual battle that proves more treacherous than it at first seemed, Austia’s convictions are tested to their limits and her heart becomes primed for breaking. She must ask herself: how much she will risk to stay true to her herself, her faith, and to the lives of the women she serves?
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Call Numbers: F Cam
by Camden, Elizabeth, 1948- - c2012 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

Lydia Pallas, a translator for the U.S. Navy, is hired by Alexander Banebridge, or "Bane," a man who equally attracts and aggravates her, to translate a seemingly innocuous collection of European documents, and finds herself in the middle of a secret war against some of the most dangerous criminals on the East Coast.
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Call Numbers: F Cob
by Coble, Colleen. - 2014 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

"Lilly secures a job as maid in a grand manor in Austin, Texas. But even far from home, her past lurks around every corner.When Lilly Donnelly arrives at the Cutlers' famed Butterfly Mansion in 1899, the massive house and unfamiliar duties threaten to overwhelm her. Victorian Austin is lavish, highly political, and intimidating, but with the help of the other servants, Lilly resolves to prove herself to her new employers.Then, while serving at an elegant dinner party;Lilly recognizes one distinguished guest as Andrew, the love of her life, who abandoned her without a word back home. He seems to have assumed a new identity and refuses to acknowledge her, leaving her confused and reeling.Before Lilly can absorb this unwelcome news, shes attacked. Could it be the sinister;Servant Girl Killer who has been terrorizing Austin? Or is it someone after something more personal someone from her past?Does she dare trust Andrew to help or is he part of the danger threatening to draw Lilly into its vortex?"--
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Call Numbers: F Dic FAI # 3
by Dickerson, Melanie. - c2012 - Copies: 0 of 1 available

  Fairy Tales; 3
Sophie is trying desperately to escape her stepmother's jealousy, when a young man named Gabe arrives from Hagenheim Castle announcing that she is betrothed to his older brother. As Gabe, who is also betrothed, fulfills his mission to find Sophie, emotional conflict ensues as they realize that their feelings for each other have developed into romance, though they are both promised to other partners.
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Call Numbers: F Dic FAI # 4
by Dickerson, Melanie. - 2013 - Copies: 0 of 1 available

  Fairy Tales; 4
In this story loosely based on the Cinderella fairy tale, Gisela is determined to get an invitation to the ball being thrown for the duke's son, Valten, but meeting him may not lead to her happily-ever-after.
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Call Numbers: F Fab
by Fabry, Chris, 1961- - c2012 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

Truman Wiley's son is dying, and the only thing that can save him is a heart transplant. All hope seems lost, until Truman learns of a death row inmate who is willing to donate his heart to Truman's son. But right before the time of execution, Truman discovers that the inmate may be innocent. For his son to live, should his innocent man die?
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Call Numbers: F Gro
by Groot, Tracy, 1964- - c2012 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

Years of Nazi occupation have stolen much from Brigitte Durand. Family. Freedom. Hope for a future, especially for a woman with a past like hers. But that changes the day American fighter pilot Tom Jaeger is shot down over occupied France. Picked up by the Resistance, Tom becomes the linchpin in their plan to infiltrate a Germans-only brothel and get critical intel out through Brigitte, a prostitute rumored to be sympathetic to the Allied cause.D-day looms and everyone knows that invasion is imminent. But so is treachery, and the life of one American pilot unexpectedly jeopardizes everything. He becomes more important than the mission to a man who cannot bear to lose another agent and to a woman who is more than just a prostitute, who finally realizes that her actions could change the course of history.
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Call Numbers: F Hei RUS # 3
by Heitzmann, Kristen. - c2012 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

  A rush of wings; bk. 3
Fixing problems is what Morgan Spencer does best, but following the tragic death of his wife he retreats to his brother's Rocky Mountain ranch to heal and focus on the care of his daughter. Quinn Riley has been avoiding her past for four years, and when a Thanksgiving snowstorm brings her into the Spencer family's warm and loving world, she begins to believe she might find freedom in their friendship. But the man she helped put behind bars has recently been released, and is bent on revenge.
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Call Numbers: F Ken DIS # 1
by Kendig, Ronie. - c2010 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

  Discarded heroes ; 1
"After a tour of duty in a war-torn country, embattled former Navy SEAL Max Jacobs finds himself discarded and alienated from those he loves as he struggles with war-related PTSD. His wife, Sydney, files a restraining order against him and a petition for divorce. Max is devastated. Then a mysterious man appears. He says he's organizing a group that recycles veterans like Max. It's a black-ops group known as Nightshade. With the chance to find purpose in life once again, Max is unable to resist the call of duty and signs on. The team handles everything with precision and lethal skill--until they're called upon to rescue a missionary family froma rebel-infested jungle and avoid a reporter hunting their identities. Will Max yield his anger and pride to a force greater than him--love?"--P. [4] of cover.
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Call Numbers: F Mye LAS # 1
by Myers, Bill - 2013 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

  The Last Fool; bk. 1
TIME: Fifty years in the future. Religion has been banned.LOCATION: Sisco Heights Mental Health FacilityCHARACTERS: A seer who has delightful conversations with tattoos, eletric shavers, and janitorial supplies. A wannabe superhero, complete with shower cap, goggles, and bath towel cape.A prophet who sees 20 seconds into the future. An amnesiac who opens a fortune cookie and reads: "You are My favorite child. God."Careful to avoid state scrutiny, these quirky characters begin to explore the amazing possiblities if such a statement is true. The thinking soon infects other patients and the government must tighten its noose until it is met with some startling surprises. A quick and fun read, this first novella of The Last Fool series will make you chuckle while pausing to think.
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Call Numbers: F Wal
by Walsh, Dan, 1957- - 2014 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

In October 1962, Colt Harrison and his little brother, Timmy, hatched a plan. They would run away from their Florida home, head for their aunt's house in Savannah, Georgia, and refuse to come home until their parents got back together. But things go terribly, terribly wrong. Colt's mother and father must come to grips with years of neglect and mistrust in order to recover their beloved sons, their love for one another, and their broken marriage. In this emotional story, Dan Walsh takes readers on a journey to rediscover the things that matter most in life--love, truth, and family.
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Call Numbers: F War
by Warren, Susan May, 1966- - c2012 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

  A Deep Haven novel
To everyone who knows her, Annalise Decker is a model wife and mother. No one knows that she was once Deidre O'Reilly, a troubled young woman whose testimony put a dangerous criminal behind bars. Relocated through the Witness Security Program to the sleepy town of Deep Haven, Deidre got a new identity and a fresh start. When Agent Frank Harrison arrives with news that the man she testified against is out on bail and out for revenge, Annalise is forced to face the consequences of her secrets.
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Call Numbers: J 266 Swi
by Swinford, Betty - 2005 - Copies: 0 of 1 available

Have you ever wanted to travel the world? Perhaps you'd like to visit far away countries and discover all about the people who live there? What if instead, you'd like to have adventures closer to home? Well this book is for you!Meet some very adventurous missionaries and learn about the countries they worked in. Find out what it's like to be in the middle of the Mau Mau rebellion in Africa or how orphanages in India present difficulties you would never imagine. Find out how difficult it can be talking to people about Jesus in London or how looking after children in China is completely different, and exhausting!Gladys Aylward, Jim Elliot, Amy Carmichael, William Carey, Lottie Moon, and others all knew what it was like to work in a foreign country. Charles Spurgeon and Chief White Feather were missionaries in their native lands - but they had troubles too.Here is danger, adventure and excitement - all through working for God. Here are stories about people from the beginning of modern-day missions up to the present day. It's all part of being in the Christian family - a family that is spreading round the whole world at an amazing rate.At the end of the book are some check-up questions to help you remember the stories.
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Call Numbers: J 92 Cun Ben
by Benge, Janet, 1958- - c2005 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

  Christian heroes, then & now
Count Zinzendorf opened his estate to persecuted Moravian Christians, and under his leadership this vibrant community launched the modern missions movement. Beginning at Herrnhut and traveling as far as Africa, America, and Russia, the bold believers of the Moravian Church planted seeds that continue to bear fruit even today.Through his unswerving belief that nothing is impossible for God, Loren's vision of waves of young people became the reality of Youth With A Mission, unleashing young Christians in missionary service when that was unheard of. Today, through the mission he began, multiplied thousands of believers- young and old- are working together to bring the gospel to the whole earth.
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Call Numbers: J 92 Zin Ben
by Benge, Janet, 1958- - c2006 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

  Christian heroes, then & now
Six-year-old Ludwig was sitting at the table, reading his Bible and praying, when Swedish soldiers stormed through the castle door. Ludwig looked up at the soldiers and then returned to his prayer and reading. The soldiers stopped and stared-then left. They said they could not ransack a place that God watched over.An unusually mature Christian at a very young age, Count Nicolaus Ludwig von Zinzendorf did not follow the course dictated by his noble birth but followed God's call even to the point of being banned from his native Saxony. Once destined for the royal court, the count instead became a spiritual father to millions.Count Zinzendorf opened his estate to persecuted Moravian Christians, and under his leadership this vibrant community launched the modern missions movement. Beginning at Herrnhut and traveling as far as Africa, America, and Russia, the bold believers of the Moravian Church planted seeds that continue to bear fruit even today.
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Call Numbers: J F ADV IMA # 01 Copy 2
by Hering, Marianne. - c2010 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

  The Imagination station ; bk. 1
Beth and her cousin Patrick travel in Mr. Whittaker's invention, the Imagination station, to 1000 A.D. Greenland, where they meet Erik the Red and Leif Eriksson and witness the spread of Christianity in that country.
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Call Numbers: J F ADV IMA # 02 Copy 2
by Hering, Marianne. - c2010 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

  The Imagination Station; bk. 2
Patrick and his cousin Beth travel back in time to ancient Rome, where they meet Telemachus and help put an end to the spectacle of gladiators fighting to the death.
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Call Numbers: J F ADV IMA # 03 Copy 2
by Hering, Marianne. - 2011 - Copies: 0 of 1 available

  The Imagination Station ; bk. 3
Cousins Patrick and Beth travel in Mr. Whittaker's invention, the Imagination Station, to thirteenth-century China, where they meet Marco Polo and Kublai Khan and are mistaken for Christian shamans.
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Call Numbers: J F Bun SOU # 1
by Bundschuh, Rick, 1951- - c2007 - Copies: 0 of 1 available

  Soul surfer series
One year after losing an arm in a shark attack, fourteen-year-old Bethany Hamilton is still a champion surfer and serves as an inspiration to others, but her faith is tested when an unpleasant new girl seeks her friendship.
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Call Numbers: M 306.81 Rai
by Rainey, Dennis, 1948- - c2004 - Copies: 0 of 1 available

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Call Numbers: M 612.6 Lar
by Larimore, Walter L. - 2003 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

“Everything a boy should know, but won’t ask!” Finally, everything you wanted to know about your body, but you’ve just been too chicken to ask. Lintball Leo’s Not–So-Stupid Questions About Your Body is the first book for boys that gives honest answers to real questions about your body from a biblical perspective. No, you’re not falling apart—you’re just growing up! But there’s no need to fear, when Lintball Leo is near. He’s your personal guide to understanding your body. With information about everything from steroid use to body parts, there’s not a question Lintball Leo hasn’t heard. These aren’t questions some adult made up, but they’re real questions asked by real boys just like you. You want to know the truth? Now you can, because Lintball Leo’s Not–So-Stupid Questions About Your Body gives you the facts—no holds barred! Through imaginative and innovative products, Zonderkidz is feeding young souls.
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Call Numbers: SPA 235.4 And
by Anderson, Neil T., 1942- - 2001 - Copies: 1 of 1 available

Se siente atrapado. El maligno parece haber tomado el control de sus pensamientos y acciones, causándole pecar una y otra vez. ¡Pero hay una solución! El Dr. Anderson le da una estrategia comprobada para liberarse de las ataduras de Satán y de las cadenas del pecado que se convierte en hábito. ¡Proclame victoria hoy! Rompiendo Las Cadenasincluye historias que le fortalecerán, asi como sugerencias.
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