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The Marriage Test

Author : Jill Andres
ISBN : 9780698406469
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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A crash course in commitment: one couple and forty dates that could make or break their marriage before the wedding. Picking a partner is life’s most important decision, but how are we supposed to make it? Being in love is a good start, but the issues that ultimately wreck marriages—money and monogamy, career and kids—are hard to gauge until you’re actually hitched. So after a few years of dating, Jill Andres and Brook Silva-Braga built The Marriage Test to confirm their compatibility before saying “I do.” Forty revealing challenges simulate the issues that could tank or strengthen their union. For a month, they swap credit cards, for a weekend they borrow a baby. An embarrassing lunch with their exes tests their trust issues. Sexual gymnastics are required to recreate TV love scenes. From a night of speed dating to 24 hours handcuffed together, the crazy, awkward, emotional trials fling them headfirst into assorted marital minefields. Is their love strong enough to weather real life? Only forty dates will tell...

Preparing Yourself For God S Promises

Author : M. Denise Baccus
ISBN : 0882704761
Genre : Religion
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Many commentaries and devotionals have been writ-ten on the Book of Jeremiah; however, Baccus has focused on chapter 29 as it relates to Christian living and spiritual growth for the Christian today. In this clearly written, inspirational, and insightful book based on sound principles from the Word of God, she touches the readers heart in a personal way as she shares how God has worked these principles out in her own walk with Him. Gods promises for an expected end are for all Christians who are willing to prepare themselves by submission to the refining the work of God in their lives.

Campus Traditions

Author : Simon J. Bronner
ISBN : 9781617036163
Genre : Education
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From their beginnings, campuses emerged as hotbeds of traditions and folklore. American college students inhabit a culture with its own slang, stories, humor, beliefs, rituals, and pranks. Simon J. Bronner takes a long, engaging look at American campus life and how it is shaped by students and at the same time shapes the values of all who pass through it. The archetypes of absent-minded profs, fumbling jocks, and curve-setting dweebs are the stuff of legend and humor, along with the all-nighters, tailgating parties, and initiations that mark campus tradition--and student identities. Undergraduates in their hallowed halls embrace distinctive traditions because the experience of higher education precariously spans childhood and adulthood, parental and societal authority, home and corporation, play and work. Bronner traces historical changes in these traditions. The predominant context has shifted from what he calls the "old-time college," small in size and strong in its sense of community, to mass society's "mega-university," a behemoth that extends beyond any campus to multiple branches and offshoots throughout a state, region, and sometimes the globe. One might assume that the mega-university has dissolved collegiate traditions and displaced the old-time college, but Bronner finds the opposite. Student needs for social belonging in large universities and a fear of losing personal control have given rise to distinctive forms of lore and a striving for retaining the pastoral "campus feel" of the old-time college. The folkloric material students spout, and sprout, in response to these needs is varied but it is tied together by its invocation of tradition and social purpose. Beneath the veil of play, students work through tough issues of their age and environment. They use their lore to suggest ramifications, if not resolution, of these issues for themselves and for their institutions. In the process, campus traditions are keys to the development of American culture.

The Handy Law Answer Book

Author : David L Hudson
ISBN : 9781578593378
Genre : Law
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Combining practical legal tips with an exhaustive review of the law in the United States, this comprehensive reference answers more than 1,200 questions ranging from Where did the word tort come from? and How are state court judges selected? to Where did the first U.S. Supreme Court meet? Useful advice includes how to find a lawyer, how to file a complaint against a lawyer, how to document discrimination in the workplace, and how to handle oneself in court. Interspersed throughout are fun sidebars highlighting important cases and explanations of legal terms as well as entertaining information on bizarre and frivolous lawsuits, including one where a prisoner in Colorado sued prison officials after he injured himself during an escape attempt. With a wide range of information suitable for various knowledge bases—from junior high to junior college—this is an ideal source for anyone looking to get a better understanding of the law.

The Power Of Determination Growing Up In Kenya In The 40s 50s And 60s

Author : Esther Gichuru
ISBN : 9781479725168
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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This book is about my life from my early years up to today. I was born in the early forties in Ruguru location, Mathira Division in Central Province Kenya. I had a hard time in my early years of education because my parents, especially my father, did not believe in educating girls. I became a teacher and got promotions because of excelling in my International and National Examinations. I have taught in the following schools: Nanyuki Catholic Primary School, Gikondi Catholic Primary School, Ngandu Girls Primary School, North Marmanet Primary School, Lower Kabete Primary School, Ndururi High School, Ngaindeithia High Primary School and Ngaindeithia High School where I was a principal before I came to America. In America, I have been an Instructional assistant in an Adult school, a teacher in a childcare center, and currently I have a family childcare home. I have also attended colleges here in America to attain Early Childhood Education.

Motion Picture

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Saving Your Marriage Before It Starts

Author : Les Parrott
ISBN : 9780310265641
Genre : Family & Relationships
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The Saving Your Marriage Before It Starts Workbook for Women will help you uncover and understand the unique shaping factors you bring into your marriage both as a woman and as an individual. Prepare for some surprising and helpful insights, for honest, intimate, and enjoyable relationship-strengthening conversations with you and your fiancé, and for engaging discussions with a small group.EXERCISES AND ASSESSMENTS Twenty-four exercises will shed amazing new light on the way you are put together, how that affects specific aspects of how you and your loved one relate, and how you can improve those areas to build a better relationship. You will gain unprecedented insights into* your personal "Ten Commandments"* making your roles conscious* getting your sex life off to a great start* identifying your "hot topics"* your spiritual journey ... and much, much more DISCUSSION GUIDE Les and Leslie will help both of you enjoy lively and eye-opening interaction through seven sessions and one bonus session in the Zondervan DVD. For use by small groups, individual couples, and pastors and marriage counselors. Each session links with the workbook exercises and concludes with an exercise each couple can do together over the next week.

40 Days And 40 Nights

Author : Faith Fellowship
ISBN : 9781300522331
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Nkjv Familylife Marriage Bible

Author : Dennis Rainey
ISBN : 9781418542146
Genre : Bibles
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With articles and insights by Dennis and Barbara Rainey, "The FamilyLife Marriage Bible" covers many of the issues facing husbands and wives: resolving conflict, communicating effectively, raising godly children, rekindling romance together, loving difficult family members, and more.

The Last Segregated Hour

Author : Stephen R. Haynes
ISBN : 9780199911011
Genre : History
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On Palm Sunday 1964, at the Second Presbyterian Church in Memphis, a group of black and white students began a "kneel-in" to protest the church's policy of segregation, a protest that would continue in one form or another for more than a year and eventually force the church to open its doors to black worshippers. In The Last Segregated Hour, Stephen Haynes tells the story of this dramatic yet little studied tactic which was the strategy of choice for bringing attention to segregationist policies in Southern churches. "Kneel-ins" involved surprise visits to targeted churches, usually during Easter season, and often resulted in physical standoffs with resistant church people. The spectacle of kneeling worshippers barred from entering churches made for a powerful image that invited both local and national media attention. The Memphis kneel-ins of 1964-65 were unique in that the protesters included white students from the local Presbyterian college (Southwestern, now Rhodes). And because the protesting students presented themselves in groups that were "mixed" by race and gender, white church members saw the visitations as a hostile provocation and responded with unprecedented efforts to end them. But when Church officials pressured Southwestern president Peyton Rhodes to "call off" his students or risk financial reprisals, he responded that "Southwestern is not for sale." Drawing on a wide range of sources, including extensive interviews with the students who led the kneel-ins, Haynes tells an inspiring story that will appeal not only to scholars of religion and history, but also to pastors and church people concerned about fostering racially diverse congregations.

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