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I Still Win

Author : Tiffany S Greene
ISBN : 0692569243
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The loss of a loved one. Infidelity. Deceit. Betrayal. We must all, at some point, face the unthinkable moments that shift our lives in unforeseen ways. How do we find the strength to overcome them and emerge stronger, wiser, even grateful for our struggle? In 1994, author Tiffany S. Greene and her husband experienced the tragic death of their son. This event took them down a series of dark, and seemingly hopeless, paths. Tiffany has endured the pain of these events and met the many challenges of rebuilding her life. In I Still Win, she shares what she has learned in these experiences ... and how God enabled her to triumph in them all

Fight For Your Life

Author : Winston Bennett
ISBN : 9781617396663
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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In life, we are all faced with many challenges, both positive and negative. There is no question whether you will face adversity and get knocked down; the only question is will you get back up once life hits you with its deadly punch. Coach Winston Bennett has been knocked down on numerous occasions, but refused to stay down. Through the power of the Lord Jesus Christ, Coach Bennett has fought his way back from job losses, personal addiction, and more. He believes that with Christ all things are possible. When you live for the King of Kings and Lord of Lords, nothing is too hard for you to overcome. If you are determined to gain your place in the kingdom, you will have to fight. Fight for Your Life is a provocative and detailed description of what it takes to master life's unforeseen challenges. If you are lacking self-esteem, fight; if you are lacking a positive attitude, fight; if you are lacking a relationship with the savior, fight for it. Anything in life worth having is worth fighting for. Fight for Your Life will inspire you to trust the Lord and keep on fighting.

From Tragedy To Triumph

Author : Kathy Louise Holmes
ISBN : 0615898572
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From Tragedy to Triumph takes you on a journey of how Kathy was molested and raped. Talks about healing from mental, physical, and verbal abuse. Gives you a glimpse into the heartbreaking accident where Kathy lost both of her legs while looking for love in all the wrong places. Talks about God's grace, Mercy, and Unconditional love. Talks about forgiveness, healing, and restoration

Tragedy To Triumph A Memoir

Author : April Faith Larrinaga
ISBN : 1463436262
Genre : Family & Relationships
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The story of Tragedy to Triumph is especially dedicated to my brothers and sisters who suffered years of torment at the hands of a maniacal self proclaimed preacher who ultimately hurt his family beyond imagination. Our father evaded the law for several years abandoning his eldest daughter in another state to live a life alone while holding the rest of the family captive. Four adults at the end of the journey were directly responsible for the atrocities that befell the children. Inside the home the children cried, innocence was lost and hearts were broken. This story also provides an insight into survival of the human spirit and rising above all indifference, sharing the power of faith, and miracles that happened in the midst of chaos. One person can change the future for their family and ultimately stop the cycle of abuse. This book was solely written in the hopes of saving lives.

Triumph And Tragedy

Author : Emil William Henry
ISBN : 9781848769472
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Triumph and Tragedy: the Life of Edward Whymper is an engrossing account of the extraordinary life of Edward Whymper (1840-1911), the best known but perhaps least understood mountain climber of the 19th century. Acclaimed as the first to scale the Matterhorn, Whymper personifies the spirited amateurism of the Golden Age of Mountaineering (1854-1865). Triumph and Tragedy accompanies a young but supremely confident Whymper on exhilarating ascents and narrow escapes amid beautiful, often dangerous Alpine peaks. The book lays bare the trauma of his companions’ deaths on the Matterhorn, and empathizes with him during the intense pressures of the accident’s aftermath. Emil Henry’s thoroughly researched biography then moves on to Whymper’s post-Matterhorn years. Following the publication of his classic Scrambles Amongst the Alps, Whymper travels first to Greenland’s unexplored interior and then to the high Andes mountains of South America where he becomes the first westerner to reach a 20,000 foot summit. In later life he is recognized as a noted explorer and the author of two best-selling books illustrated with drawings from a sketch-pad kept always in his shirt pocket. Triumph and Tragedy: the Life of Edward Whymper offers new and refreshing insights into the life of this notable Victorian personality. Spread throughout the book are examples of Whymper’s accomplishments as an author, artist, natural scientist, pioneering photographer, lecturer, and raconteur.

Breakthrough

Author : Charles Thomas Jr.
ISBN : 9781512783513
Genre : Religion
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Breakthrough: Stories of Resilience, Tragedy, and Triumph captures the lived experiences and collective wisdom of individuals from varied walks of life. The trials, tribulations, and battle scars that we all don are not meant to be hidden. They should be embraced and shared with the world. Life is but a fleeting moment. Regardless of how long we live, it will not be long enough. As such, it is advisable to smile, have fun, live, learn, enjoy the life journey as much as possible, and break through whatever is holding us back from being the best version of ourselves. Throughout Breakthrough, you will have the blessed fortune to learn about and incorporate the wisdom of some remarkable human beings who have experienced a variety of breakthroughs in their lives, are enjoying their journeys, and are successful, based on their own definitions. You will receive advice that will dramatically amend your perspectives on success, achievement, philosophies of life, love, and leadership, and many of the principles necessary for the full engagement and active participation in your life journey. You will learn the elemental importance of not allowing who you are to stop you from becoming who you want to be. The stories and themes of hard work, failure, resilience, learning from others, asking for help, leading from where you are, etc., are most inspirational. I am confident that the insights provided within these pages will offer you value and help you as you prepare or continue to offer useful service as a servant to many.

Triumph And Tragedy In Mudville

Author : Stephen Jay Gould
ISBN : 9781409000099
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Among Stephen Jay Gould's many gifts was his ability to write eloquently about baseball, his great passion. Through the years, the renowned palaeontologist published numerous essays on the sport which have now for the first time been collected in a volume alive with all the candour and insight that characterized Gould's writing. Here are his thoughts on the complexities of childhood streetball and the joys of opening day; tributes to Mickey Mantle, Babe Ruth, and lesser-knowns such as deaf-mute centerfielder 'Dummy' Hoy; and a frank admission of the contradictions inherent in being a lifelong Yankees fan with Red Sox season tickets. So, too, does Gould deftly apply the tools of evolutionary theory to the demise of the 0.400 hitter, the Abner Doubleday creation myth, and the improbability of Joe DiMaggio's 56-game hitting streak. This book is a delight - an essential addition to Gould's remarkable legacy, and a fitting tribute to his love for the game.

From Tragedy To Homeless To Triumph

Author : DAMON GILSTRAP
ISBN : 9781475997705
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I wrote this book for anyone who has fallen from grace that you can rise again. I know everyone has a story no matter how big or small your story is, it’s your story. No matter what type of hand you have been dealt in life, you have to play your hand. I knew my hand was a bad hand it went something like this I had a 2 of hearts 9 of spade 6 of diamond and a 4 of diamond and king of clubs and I was told to sit at the table of life and play that hand and win. Anyone that knows about poker knows I was dealt an abominable hand, but I knew I still had 47 more cards to play. I did not like my hand, I knew I was dealt an abominable life hand but something deep in my soul told me to throw that hand back in the deck and get another hand and make it work. I knew it was going to be hard but I was going to make it work. I stood up and brushed myself off and tried again even harder. It’s not how you start the race; it’s about how you go through the race and finish the race.

Triumph And Tragedy

Author : Peter Jackson
ISBN : 9781780571744
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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This collection of revealing profiles captures the essence of a galaxy of Welsh world-beaters from across the sporting spectrum: athletics, boxing, cricket, football, golf, horse racing, motor racing, rugby union, rugby league and tennis. Those featured include arguably the best Welsh rugby union player of the twentieth century; the greatest bowler never to play for England; the farmer's boy who became a master golfer; the Cardiff boy from Splott who made such a name for himself in Hull that they named a thoroughfare after him; the 'Gentle Giant' from Swansea still revered in Italy some 50 years after his last match for Juventus; the only post-war Welsh jockey to win the Grand National twice; and the unsung hero from the Rhondda who became the saviour of Manchester United in the weeks after the Munich air disaster. Their stories, based on exclusive interviews and coloured with anecdotes, will inspire future generations to believe that nothing is impossible.

Standing Tall

Author : C. Vivian Stringer
ISBN : 9780307449269
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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“Lots of people have dreams, but C. Vivian Stringer is the dream—a coalminer’s daughter who believed when her Poppa told her there was no obstacle she could not surmount. And she lives that dream, teaching others to rise up to meet challenges, turning underdogs into champions again and again—on and off the court. This is the quintessential American story, of a woman and of a family pulling together against the odds. Standing Tall offers an important message of hope to so many.” —John Chaney, Hall of Fame college basketball coach At a time when heroes are too rare, C. Vivian Stringer sets a shining example. She has time and again shown character, fortitude, and heart, both on and off the hardwood, and in the face of unbearable loss. In Standing Tall, she shares her remarkable life story, inspiring us to find this fortitude within ourselves. “Work hard, and don’t look for excuses,” Stringer’s parents told her, “and you can achieve anything.” But her faith and perseverance would be tested many times. A gifted athlete, she had to fight for a place on an all-white cheerleading squad in the sixties. In 1981, just as her coaching career was taking off, her fourteen-month-old daughter, Nina, was stricken with spinal meningitis. Nina would never walk or talk again. Still grieving, Stringer brought a small, poor, historically black college to the national championships—a triumph hailed as “Hoosiers with an all-female cast.” In 1991, her husband, Bill—her staunchest supporter, the father of her children, and the love of her life—fell dead of a sudden heart attack, but that same year, she led yet another young team to the Final Four. Through these dark times and others—including her bout with cancer, shared here for the first time—Stringer has carried her burdens with grace. Given her history, it was no surprise that she led her team to respond to Don Imus’s slurs with dignity and courage. Standing Tall is a story of quiet strength in the face of punishing odds. Above all, it is an extraordinary love story—love for the game, for the players she has coached, for her close-knit family, and for the husband she lost far too soon. It will resonate long after the last page. From the Hardcover edition.

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