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Mountains of Grace

Author : Kelly Irvin
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When wildfires threaten her Montana home, Mercy Yoder finds herself torn between the Amish man who proposed without a declaration of love and the Englisch smoke jumper who can’t seem to stay away. Mercy Yoder loves her students and her life in the tiny village of West Kootenai, nestled at the foot of Montana’s most northern mountains. And she is in no rush to get married . . . much to the disappointment of her parents. In fact, she has turned down the one marriage proposal she’s received. Her beau, Caleb, has yet to tell her he loves her, stoking her fears that they simply aren’t right for each other. When a devastating wildfire threatens to destroy her beloved community, Mercy and her family evacuate to the nearby town of Eureka. There she meets Spencer McDonald, an Englisch fireman. Her conversations with him are unlike any she’s ever had with a man. She finds his directness and ability to express his feelings refreshing and completely different from Caleb, who is tightlipped about his past. But what would her family and community say if Mercy chose a relationship with an Englischer? Is Mercy willing to give up all she has known and loved for someone who finally understands her? Or can Mercy find the love she has always longed for closer to home? Sweet, inspirational Amish romance Part of the Amish of Big Sky Country Series Book 1: Mountains of Grace Book 2: A Long Bridge Home Book 3: Peace in the Valley Includes discussion questions for book clubs

Grace Lee

Author : Julia Kavanagh
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Realms of the Kingdom Mountains and the Throne of Grace

Author : Lindi Masters
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This book is the third in a series designed to inspire kids to explore and engage in the Kingdom realms of Yahweh. We take a closer look at realms of the Kingdom, Mountains and the Throne of Grace. Story written by Lindi Masters Illustrated and Designed by Lizzie Masters

Appalachian Mountain Religion

Author : Deborah Vansau McCauley
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"A monumental achievement. . . . Certainly the best thing written on Appalachian Religion and one of the best works on the region itself. Deborah McCauley has made a winning argument that Appalachian religion is a true and authentic counter-stream to modern mainstream Protestant religion." -- Loyal Jones, founding director of the Appalachian Center at Berea College Appalachian Mountain Religion is much more than a narrowly focused look at the religion of a region. Within this largest regional and widely diverse religious tradition can be found the strings that tie it to all of American religious history. The fierce drama between American Protestantism and Appalachian mountain religion has been played out for nearly two hundred years; the struggle between piety and reason, between the heart and the head, has echoes reaching back even further--from Continental Pietism and the Scots-Irish of western Scotland and Ulster to Colonial Baptist revival culture and plain-folk camp-meeting religion. Deborah Vansau McCauley places Appalachian mountain religion squarely at the center of American religious history, depicting the interaction and dramatic conflicts between it and the denominations that comprise the Protestant "mainstream." She clarifies the tradition histories and symbol systems of the area's principally oral religious culture, its worship practices and beliefs, further illuminating the clash between mountain religion and the "dominant religious culture" of the United States. This clash has helped to shape the course of American religious history. The explorations in Appalachian Mountain Religion range from Puritan theology to liberation theology, from Calvinism to the Holiness-Pentecostal movements. Within that wide realm and in the ongoing contention over religious values, the many strains of American religious history can be heard.

Grit Grace and Glory

Author : Don Atkin
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So many rely upon one or the other-grit or grace-rather than both-grit and grace. When I gave myself to Jesus I included my grit right along with my whole body, soul and spirit. All that I am and all that I have belong to Him, for His use as He sees fit.


Author : Steve Stroble
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Collection of short stories: What Smells? -- Little girl's fascination with garbage trucks takes her on a wild ride. Revenge of the Undead -- Promoting and marketing self-published books turns out to be harder than it seems for an author and her book's marketer. Riding the Bullet -- Casual conversation on a high speed train escalates into unexpected consequences. The Case of the Missing Sophomore -- Frantic mother hires P.I. Bobbi Heck to locate her missing daughter. OFFAL's Last Stand -- Changes intrude on a fraternal organization's longtime members, threatening their number one source of fun and fellowship. Why Do You Look So Strange (All of a Sudden) -- Life in a nursing home goes from mundane to bizarre for two of its residents. Porthole in the Fog -- Small opening in a dense fog opens up some long repressed memories for a jogger. EMP Code Blue -- The Mother of all solar activity leaves Earth's nations scrambling for cover. Battling the Big CA in Sunny CA -- Cancer in any form can be deadly, especially when it moves from one's body to soul. Perseverance (Short Stories) is book 1 in the Short Stories Series.

Women Who Move Mountains

Author : Sue Detweiler
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Infuse Your World--and Your Heart--with God's Life-Giving Power Amid our packed schedules and life's curveballs, our hearts long for more. We want to live and love well; we want to be a source of joy and life. The good news is that you can--and the secret is found in the simple act of prayer. Prayer was never meant to be a recitation of requests, but rather a drawing close to the heart of God. When you learn to exchange the obstacles of life for the promises of God, you will pray with passion and confidence rather than fear or insecurity. From this place of surrender and intimacy, you will discover what it means to become a powerful, effective woman of prayer--a woman whose life overflows with springs of living water that transform not only her own life, but the world around her. With study questions and journaling exercises included, this is the perfect book to go deeper either on your own or with a group.

New Directions in Ecofeminist Literary Criticism

Author : Andrea Campbell
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As ecofeminism continues to gain attention from multiple academic discourses, the field of literary criticism has been especially affected by this philosophy/social movement. Scholars using ecofeminist literary criticism are making new and important arguments concerning literature across the spectrum and issues of environment, race, class, gender, sexuality, and other forms of oppression. The essays in New Directions in Ecofeminist Literary Criticism highlight the intersections of these oppressions through the works of different authors including Barbara Kingsolver, Ruth Ozeki, Linda Hogan and Flora Nwapa, and demonstrate the expansion of ecofeminist literary criticism to a more global scale as well as important connections with the field of environmental justice. This collection offers fresh insight and expands the important discussion surrounding the field of ecofeminism and literature.

Decoration Day in the Mountains

Author : Alan Jabbour
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Decoration Day is a late spring or summer tradition that involves cleaning a community cemetery, decorating it with flowers, holding a religious service in the cemetery, and having dinner on the ground. These commemorations seem to predate the post-Civil War celebrations that ultimately gave us our national Memorial Day. Little has been written about this tradition, but it is still observed widely throughout the Upland South, from North Carolina to the Ozarks. Written by internationally recognized folklorist Alan Jabbour and illustrated with more than a hundred photographs taken by Karen Singer Jabbour, Decoration Day in the Mountains is an in-depth exploration of this little-known cultural tradition. The Jabbours illuminate the meanings behind the rituals and reveal how the tradition fostered a grassroots movement to hold the federal government to its promises about cemeteries left behind when families were removed to make way for Fontana Dam and Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Richly illustrated and vividly written, Decoration Day in the Mountains presents a compelling account of a widespread and long-standing Southern cultural practice.

Sea Fever

Author : Elsie Sze
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Mystery and Suspense in Kazakhstan! Sea Fever is a mystery thriller surrounding clandestine activities on Voz Island in the desiccating Aral Sea of Kazakhstan, when Ayan Kazbekov was growing up in a fishing village by the Aral in Soviet time. When two locals are murdered while taking a couple of strangers to the now-abandoned Voz Island in the post-Soviet era, Ayan and his friend Grace, the wife of an American expatriate, are incited to decipher a coded note secretly passed to Ayan before the fall of the Soviet Union by Victor, his Russian scientist friend from their university days in Moscow. Victor is not heard from again, but his note may hold clues not only to solving the locals’ murders but also thwarting life-threatening dangers to humankind.