Download Memoirs of the Supernatural by Felecia Wade PDF

By Felecia Wade

The supernatural realm of the spirit is a fact even if one believes it or no longer. Memoirs of the Supernatural is a e-book approximately just a couple of supernatural occasions that came about within the lifestyles and ministry of Pastor Tony and Felecia Wade. This ebook is certain to rainy your urge for food to hunt God extra concerning the energy and authority of a believer.

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Download An Explorer's Guide to Karl Barth by David Guretzki PDF

By David Guretzki

an individual exploring a brand new territory understands the good thing about an skilled consultant. A consultant could make the adaptation among tiresome drudgery and a life-changing experience. this is often as actual for exploring new thinkers and books because it is for places.

If ever a theologian required a advisor, it'd be Karl Barth. His many writings have secured his position because the most important theologian of the 20 th century. the large Church Dogmatics on my own spans over 8 thousand pages and 6 million phrases. David Guretzki has been analyzing and instructing Barth for many years, and he has accrued various tricks and notes alongside the way in which for a way top to discover the writings of the Swiss theologian.

Inside you are going to find

  • frequently requested questions
  • a thesaurus of key techniques and persons
  • a journey consultant to Barth's early writings
  • tips on tips on how to write a paper on Barth
  • a guided travel to the Church Dogmatics

Whether you're a first-time reader or a pro pupil, An Explorer's consultant to Karl Barth offers you the instruments and the best way to get the main from your event. benefit from the journey!

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Download Beyond My Yesterdays: A Woman's Journey from Darkness to by Jeannie Keneley PDF

By Jeannie Keneley

While many have written near to divorce and therapeutic via adversity, few have opened their hearts as totally as Jeannie Keneley does in past My Yesterdays to offer us perception into the super deepest international of melancholy and devastation within the means of therapeutic from abuse, betrayal, and abandonment. Jeannie is a full-time Christian writer and speaker with a passionate center for the hurting, and an encouraging message for a person that reveals themselves lonely and misplaced within the technique of lifestyles. Gleaning from the biblical tale of the lady on the good, Jeannie paints a narrative of 2 girls separated by way of thousand years of background, yet intrinsically woven jointly through one shared adventure. As we glance at those girls, our eyes are opened to new insights and truths of the incredible strength of therapeutic via God's outstanding grace.

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Download American Goddess at the Rape of Nanking: The Courage of by Hua-ling Hu,Paul Simon PDF

By Hua-ling Hu,Paul Simon

The eastern military’ s brutal four-month career of town of Nanking in the course of the 1937 Sino-Japanese warfare is understood, for reliable cause, as “ the rape of Nanking.” As they slaughtered an envisioned 300 thousand humans, the invading infantrymen raped greater than twenty thousand ladies— a few estimates run as excessive as 80 thousand. Hua-ling Hu provides the following the superb untold tale of the yank missionary Minnie Vautrin, whose dependable defiance of the japanese secure 10000 chinese language girls and youngsters and made her a legend one of the chinese language humans she served.

Vautrin, who got here to be identified in China because the “ dwelling Goddess” or the “ Goddess of Mercy,” joined the overseas Christian Missionary Society and went to China in the course of the chinese language Nationalist Revolution in 1912. As dean of stories at Ginling collage in Nanking, she committed her existence to selling chinese language girls’ s schooling and to assisting the poor.

At the outbreak of the struggle in July 1937, Vautrin defied the yank embassy’ s order to evacuate the town. After the autumn of Nanking in December, eastern squaddies went on a rampage of killing, burning, looting, rape, and torture, quickly decreasing the town to a hell on the earth. at the fourth day of the profession, Minnie Vautrin wrote in her diary: “ There most likely is not any crime that has now not been dedicated during this urban at the present time. . . . Oh, God, keep an eye on the harsh beastliness of the warriors in Nanking.”

When the japanese squaddies ordered Vautrin to go away the campus, she answered: “ this can be my domestic. i can't leave.” dealing with down the blood-stained bayonets regularly waved in her face, Vautrin shielded the determined chinese language who sought asylum at the back of the gates of the varsity. Vautrin exhausted herself defying the japanese military and taking good care of the refugees after the siege resulted in March 1938. She even helped the ladies find husbands and sons who were taken away by way of the japanese squaddies. She taught destitute widows the talents required to make a meager residing and supplied the easiest schooling her restricted assets may let to the youngsters in desecrated Nanking.

Finally anguish a frightened breakdown in 1940, Vautrin again to the us for scientific remedy. twelve months later, she ended her personal existence. She thought of herself a failure.

Hu bases her biography on Vautrin’ s correspondence among 1919 and 1941 and on her diary, maintained in the course of the complete siege, in addition to on chinese language, jap, and American eyewitness money owed, executive records, and interviews with Vautrin’ s family.

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Download Letting Go: The story of one's man's journey to live by by Todd Clevenger PDF

By Todd Clevenger

Todd Clevenger realized early on that taking dangers used to be a part of lifestyle. He was once clinically determined as a severe diabetic on the age of 14 yet refused to enable the illness cease him from following his passions. After reaching awesome good fortune in company, his center was once irrevocably replaced in the course of an unforeseen sojourn to Ecuador
A compelling tale that strikes from Detroit to
Denver, New Orleans to Ecuador and, ultimately, Africa. it is going to tug in your middle and fill you with pleasure. commute with Todd as he learns to dwell by way of religion and serve others by means of following God's excellent plan.

"The factor that pulls humans to Todd is his love for all times and how that he desires. he'll say, 'If we serve a God that actually created the universe, then why cannot we...' it is having that love for all times and having the ability to dream significant that's severe and rare." -Justin Culver, CEO, Burtech Corporation.

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Download God Needs Me by Lynn Fox Adams PDF

By Lynn Fox Adams

Does God really want somebody? Lynn Fox Adams solutions that question with a powerful sure. As a patient of the often-misdiagnosed and misunderstood ailment dysautonomia, Lynn has spent her lifestyles in general bedridden and homebound. but this has now not stopped her from sharing and spreading the message of Jesus Christ during the international. God wishes Me: residing with Dysautonomia is Lynn's own tale of desire, encouragement, and confirmation that certain, God actually can use an individual in his country. victims of dysautonomia or different power stipulations, in addition to family and friends participants of these that suffer, will cherish this first-of-its-kind e-book and locate wish, encouragement, or even recommendations therein as they notice ailment, irrespective of how debilitating, doesn't need to keep an eye on one's religious existence.

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Download Hope in Bomb City Yesterday Today Tomorrow by Ben Forde,Chris Spencer PDF

By Ben Forde,Chris Spencer

Ben’s new booklet of ‘hope’ is going digital for today’s
war-zone soldiers

Local writer and previous RUC Officer, Ben Forde has released an up-to-date model of his 1979 booklet – desire in Bomb City.

The e-book which introduced a message of desire and private peace in the course of the such a lot violent years of Northern Ireland’s ‘troubles’ has been up to date and multiplied with clean insights, this time with its topic directed at a brand new viewers that comes with infantrymen scuffling with in Afghanistan and different clash zones.

The new booklet to be able to be on hand on Kindle used to be first released in 1979, in the course of the IRA terror crusade of 1969-1992, and made really an impact,
particularly because it was once written by way of a police officer serving at the entrance line in

Portadown-born Ben had enrolled with the Royal Ulster Constabulary in 1960
during an past terror crusade, and over the subsequent decades
experienced purely 4 and a part years of ‘normal’ police provider. His inner
strength in the course of the tough years of the concerns got here, he says, from his
family and his religion in Christ.

Speaking sooner than the release Ben acknowledged: “Family existence supplied helpful time spent with my spouse and kids, it supplied sanity and love as a necessary antidote to the insanity and hatred that I and my comrades needed to face every day in the course of these years. however it was once my religion that used to be my non secular rock, and from religion springs desire, that's the topic of either my unique publication and this new, prolonged variation: desire in ‘Bomb urban’ – the previous day, at the present time, Tomorrow.”

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Download Pure Heart: The Faith of a Father and Son in the War for a by William F. Quigley PDF

By William F. Quigley

In the summer time of 1862, as Union morale ebbed low with domestic entrance department over battle bills, coming emancipation, and demoralizing battlefield losses, 24-year-old William White Dorr enlisted as a lieu- tenant within the 121st Pennsylvania Volunteers, a brand new Union regiment organizing in Philadelphia. His father, the Reverend Benjamin Dorr, rector of Christ Church, Philadelphia, strived to avoid divisions in his congregation from sundering that Episcopal church traditionally tied to the nation’s founding.

William F. Quigley Jr. offers a story that remarkably encapsulates a lot of the North’s adventure of the conflict. Reverend Benjamin Dorr was once essentially the most very important monks of the period, who strived to carry his warring parishioners intact. His efforts paralleled Lincoln’s some distance higher yet related problem to maintain the Union. “The Nation’s Church” was once torn except inside among a faction of Pennsylvania’s prime anti-emancipation Democrats and a faction of the city’s and state’s top Republicans. Like Lincoln, Dorr invoked a temperate religion except the civil faith with which such a lot american citizens crusaded opposed to one another. Dorr prayed that battle should be shunned. yet, whilst warfare got here, he stood faithfully in aid of the Union and of the conflict as Lincoln waged it, emancipation incorporated, even unto the main grievous of losses.

William White Dorr used to be a tender officer in a storied Union infantry regiment whose courageous stand at Gettysburg used to be pivotal within the Union’s protection. Ten months later, donning the second one bar of a military captain, the rector’s son might lead his corporation once again into the desolate tract, probably the most brutal and bloody campaigns of the war.

By war’s finish, many Philadelphians got here to compliment the spirit of charity and forgiveness exemplified via Reverend Dorr. He was once their shepherd via that political, constitutional, monetary, and spiritual predicament, and to honor his reminiscence they erected stone monuments in “The Nation’s Church” to him and to Captain Dorr, “A Christian and a Patriot, ‘Faithful unto death.’”

Clearly and engagingly written, Pure Heart is exclusive in its narrative synthesis of domestic entrance political divisions and frontline infantry reviews. The emotional middle of the tale lies in Reverend Dorr’s dating along with his soldier son, poignantly published in a lately came upon selection of his son’s wartime letters.

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Download Wahn oder Wunder?: Die Resl von Konnersreuth - wie sie by Christian Feldmann PDF

By Christian Feldmann

Heilige oder Betrügerin, Wahn oder Wunder? Nach wie vor scheiden sich an der 1962 verstorbenen Schneiderstochter Therese Neumann die Geister. Die einen sind davon überzeugt, dass die stigmatisierte Resl von Konnersreuth 36 Jahre lang ohne jegliche Nahrung blieb und alljährlich die Leiden Christi am eigenen Körper miterlebte. Die anderen, allen voran der 2003 verstorbene Regensburger Theologe Dr. Josef Hanauer, halten sie für eine hysterische Betrügerin, die mit ihrer Selbstinszenierung ein Millionen-Vermögen scheffelte. Ihre Anhänger verlangen die Seligsprechung, ihre Gegener hoffen, dass der Schwindel endgültig aufgedeckt wird. Über Jahre hinweg lief der sogenannte Informativ-Prozess, der kirchenrechtlich erforderlichen Vorstufe, des jetzt eröffneten Seligsprechungs-Prozesses. Die neue Biographie der Resl von Konnersreuth erscheint aus aktuellem Anlass: Nach einer part kirchlicher Zurückhaltung hat sich der Regensburger Bischof Prof. Dr. Gerhard Müller für eine Seligsprechung der Stigmatisierten ausgesprochen.

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Download Chains in China by Bradley Booth PDF

By Bradley Booth

The interrogator slapped the desk together with his hand and stood to his ft. “If you do not need my support, there’s not anything extra i will do for you right here! notwithstanding, i think i need to inform you that from this present day ahead, issues won't cross good for you the following on the Wu Xi criminal. . . . while you are obdurate and don't supply the confession, the warden turns into tricky as nails. he'll by no means allow you to out of here!”

In 1960, Chen, a loyal younger Seventh-day Adventist, was once imprisoned and thrown into “the cage” for refusing to paintings at the Sabbath. inspite of dwelling within the worst type of dirt and subsisting on a hunger vitamin, Chen sought for each chance to inform his fellow prisoners and criminal officers in regards to the loving God he served.

Chains in China illustrates the nightmare of tribulation God’s humans have frequently persevered for the reason for Christ. it's a chronicle of relentless devotion and a tribute to the faithfulness of a God whose love by no means we could cross. Chen is aware this firsthand, for have been it no longer for the miracle God played to save lots of his lifestyles, he may have died in Wu Xi Prison.

Pastor Chen writes, “His grace was once constantly adequate for me in stable occasions and undesirable, and this present day i would like to glorify His name.”

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