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Surviving the Storm: A Memoir

Surviving the Storm: A Memoir Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Chen Xuezhao
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1315286432
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Memoirs of the Chinese author, Chen Xeuzhao, who was branded a rightist by the communist authorities. The book tells of her suffering during the Cultural Revolution.

Surviving the Storm

Surviving the Storm Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Elder Lucille Fagin
Editor: WestBow Press
ISBN: 1664222723
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This book will take you into some deep, passionate, and personal moments of my life and of the lives of some of my family members. You will be able to take a closer look into life of Lucille, Author of the book “A Faith Worth Passing On” and some of her family members. I tell you that with faith and a relationship with God you will have favor that will take you places you cannot imagine. Further it shows how having faith in God will cause mountains to move, walls to crumble and enemies made low. Furthermore, the author entreats you to find purpose within you. Many of the trials in her life will help you understand that when God takes you through different storms, he has already anointed, and appointed you in the area of your affliction so you will be able to minister and help somebody else. Lucille brings witness that the many storms she overcomes are to help minister to and pray someone through. The author submits that she learned early in life to put her trust, (faith and confidence) in God. For each valley, there is a mountain top. It is for sure that no one knows what the future holds, but the one thing for sure we know who holds your tomorrow. You are encouraged throughout the pages to never give up or give out. No matter what happens in life to keep holding on, because there is always light at the end of every tunnel and a rainbow after every storm.

Surviving the Storm

Surviving the Storm Pdf/ePub eBook Author: P.A. DePaul
Editor: Harlequin
ISBN: 0369704746
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Coming soon! Surviving the Storm by P.A. DePaul will be available Jan 25, 2022.

Surviving the Storm

Surviving the Storm Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Laura L. Torres
Editor: WestBow Press
ISBN: 1973615266
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Laura was alone when she received the news: She had metastatic vulvar cancer. Having worked in the medical field for more than ten years, she knew the word metastatic was not good. The scariest part about the diagnosis, however, was going to be telling her children. Before Laura did that, she called her boyfriend, Lyle. Then, she texted each of her children and told them she needed to talk to them at home. All she could think about was what she was going to say, and how she was going to say it. How could she share this news without it crushing their spirits? Cancer also tested Lauras faith in the Lord, and she found herself wondering, How can He keep allowing things like this to happen in my life? What am I doing wrong? To answer that question, she read and reread the book of Job. He didnt question God when he was in the midst of losing everything. It was in that moment that a peace washed over her, and she was ashamed to even entertain the question of Why? Join Laura as she battles a life-changing diagnosis and learns how to confront it with a positive outlook and thankful heart for all of Gods blessings in Surviving the Storm. Laura L. Torres reveals how her faith helped her navigate challenges and obstacles after being diagnosed with a rare form of cancer. She currently resides in Wisconsin with her very large and loving family. Laura continues to be active with local outreach programs through her church and in her community.

A Relentless Hope

A Relentless Hope Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Gary E. Nelson
Editor: Wipf and Stock Publishers
ISBN: 1621890082
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Depression and related illnesses threaten to wreck the lives of many teens and their families. Suicide driven by these illnesses is one of the top killers of these young people. How do teens become depressed? What does depression feel like? How can we identify it? What helps depressed teens? What hurts them? How do families cope with teen depression? In A Relentless Hope Gary Nelson uses his experience as a pastor and pastoral counselor to guide the reader through an exploration of these and many other questions about teen depression. Nelson has worked with many teens over the years offering help to those who find themselves confronted by this potentially devastating attacker. The author also uses the story of his own son's journey through depression to weave together insights into the spiritual, emotional, cognitive, biological, and relational dimensions of teen depression. Through careful analysis, candid self-revelation, practical advice, and even humor, this pastor, counselor, and father reminds us that God's light of healing can shine through the darkness of depression and offer hope. A Relentless Hope is written for teens, parents, teachers, pastors, and any who walk with the afflicted through this valley of the shadow of death.

Crazy For The Storm

Crazy For The Storm Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Norman Ollestad
Editor: HarperCollins Canada
ISBN: 1443402753
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Norman Ollestad was thrust into the world of surfing and competitive downhill skiing at a very young age by the father he idolized. Often paralyzed by fear, young Norman resented losing his childhood to his father’s reckless and demanding adventures, even as he began to reap the rewards of his training. Then, in February 1979, a chartered Cessna carrying eleven-year-old Norman, his father, his father’s girlfriend Sandra and the pilot, crashed into the San Gabriel Mountains. Norman’s father -- a man who was both his son’s coach and hero -- was dead, along with the pilot; Sandra was clinging to life. Suspended at over 8,000 feet and engulfed in a blizzard, grief-stricken Norman descended the icy mountain alone. Putting his father’s passionate lessons to work, he defied the elements and made it down alive -- the sole survivor of the crash. A compulsive, page-turning read, at times nostalgic and heart-wrenching, Crazy for the Storm illuminates the complicated bond between an extraordinary father and his son, and offers remarkable insight to us all.

Survive the Day

Survive the Day Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Ben Young
Editor: David C Cook
ISBN: 0830781250
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Storms in life are inevitable. Eventually everyone faces one. Sometimes difficult circumstances continue with no end in sight while prayers for miracles seem to go unanswered. For the past three decades, pastor Ben Young has worked with families and individuals struggling to cope with the harsh realities of major life crisis. He also knows personally what it’s like to endure an ongoing storm. Through his own trials, he has learned not only to survive each dark day, but to live every day in ways that make a person stronger, wiser, and more at peace.

A Faith Worth Passing On

A Faith Worth Passing On Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Lucille Fagin
Editor: WestBow Press
ISBN: 1512704334
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A Faith Worth Passing On by Lucille Fagin Summary

Life is full of challenges. Some may be easily solved, while others seem almost insurmountable. They can come without warning and leave you with no idea of where to turn. As impossible as things may seem in these situations, it is important to know others have faced similar struggles and have emerged as better people for them—and that you can do so, too. In A Faith Worth Passing On: My Mother’s Attributes of Faith, author Lucille Fagin shares the story of how her mother’s faith helped her through many difficult times, reminding her that God has created each of us with a specific purpose. Each trial you experience can help you become the person He wants you to be. Fagin also provides biblical references to help put everything in context of the big picture. A Faith Worth Passing On reminds us that God will help us through trials in order to achieve the plan He has for each of us. God will help us up when we fall and put us back on the right path when we detour. It will not be easy, but His help and strength are there for the asking.

Surviving the Storm

Surviving the Storm Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Rosaland Jackson
Editor: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 9781456859077
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Surviving the Storm is an inside look into Rosaland Jackson ́s life. Her life is a traumatic, challenging, and spiritual journey. This book also discusses her state of mind during the period that left her incapacitated. Rosaland also developed her "Five point Recovery process" for people who have undergone a traumatic crisis in life and is now trying to live a new and different lifestyle. Every year of Rosaland ́s life was overwhelming, including her two births and her many surgeries. This is an encouraging and motivational book that shows Rosaland ́s continuous fight to beat the odds.

Survival: Ice Storm!

Survival: Ice Storm! Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Frieda Wishinsky
Editor: Scholastic Canada
ISBN: 144314648X
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Caught in the vicious ice storm of 1998, would you survive? A severe ice storm hits Montreal and parts of eastern Canada. Ethan’s dad is in Toronto on business and his step-mom, Sylvie, is is going to have a baby. The weather is so bad his dad can’t fly home. When the power goes off in their building, they try to adjust, but it’s cold despite all the blankets, and it’s dark despite candles and flashlights. Sylvie suddenly feels unwell and his elderly neighbour, Mrs. Greenbaum, has been hurt. Is the baby coming early? Can he get help for Mrs. Greenbaum in time? How will they survive?

The Perfect Storm: A True Story of Men Against the Sea

The Perfect Storm: A True Story of Men Against the Sea Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Sebastian Junger
Editor: W. W. Norton & Company
ISBN: 9780393076615
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"There is nothing imaginary about Junger's book; it is all terrifyingly, awesomely real." —Los Angeles Times It was the storm of the century, boasting waves over one hundred feet high—a tempest created by so rare a combination of factors that meteorologists deemed it "the perfect storm." In a book that has become a classic, Sebastian Junger explores the history of the fishing industry, the science of storms, and the candid accounts of the people whose lives the storm touched. The Perfect Storm is a real-life thriller that makes us feel like we've been caught, helpless, in the grip of a force of nature beyond our understanding or control. Winner of the American Library Association's 1998 Alex Award.

Life After the Storm

Life After the Storm Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Jan Harrison
Editor: Harvest House Publishers
ISBN: 0736961798
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Are winds of change, doubt, or grief swirling around you? Engaging author and teacher Jan Harrison shares how, when storms strike, you can depend on God's spiritual supplies— His promises, His Spirit, His ever-present help, and the treasures of His Word. After a storm of loss forever changed the landscape of Jan's life, her faith and years of Bible study were tested. In that journey, she discovered how God was and is able to fill her every need. Now, with compassion and courage, Jan will help you: stop living in fear of "what if" and be ready for life "even if" sense God's constant presence and gentle healing experience the transforming confidence and faith that only a storm can unveil Whether you or someone you care about faces a difficult season, the lifelines of God's promises will lead you to life and hope after the storm.

A Light at the End of the Tunnel

A Light at the End of the Tunnel Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Sally Latimer
Editor: Balboa Press
ISBN: 1982226676
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A Light at the End of the Tunnel by Sally Latimer Summary

From the beginning I always felt I didn’t belong. My own parents didn’t raise me, I felt unloved, unwanted, like it was my fault, the physical abuse, the sexual abuse, I thought everything was my fault, I didn’t feel worthy of love and I took that feeling into a 25 year marriage that ended in divorce. I still felt broken & unworthy of love, but the one thing I did promise myself was that when I had kids of my own they would never experienced what I went through. I had to be the one that broke a vicious cycle and I did it. Life’s began to look up for me, when I met my future husband on a blind date. Everything was so wonderful until March 7, 2014 when my world exploded into madness, my youngest son 35 was killed. My perfect world had fallen apart. I asked God “why him, why now?” Read how I found the resiliency to go on, I was heartbroken, how was I suppose to go on? How does any parent who loses a child move forward? I was much stronger than I ever thought I could be, but I survived and so can you.

Dark Days, Bright Nights

Dark Days, Bright Nights Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Matthew O'Brien
Editor: Central Recovery Press
ISBN: 1949481433
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A vivid and enlightening oral account of homelessness in the Las Vegas storm drains and the hard work of re-entering mainstream society. Are you aware that hundreds of people live underground in the flood channels of Las Vegas? Few people were until Matthew O'Brien grabbed a flashlight, tape recorder, and expandable baton for protection and explored the storm-drain system in depth. This research resulted in his landmark book Beneath the Neon. Now the drains have been covered by CNN, Fox News, NPR, Dr. Phil, the New York Times, the BBC, Al Jazeera, and many other media outlets. They have even found their way on to popular TV shows, including CSI, Criminal Minds, and into mainstream movies. But the fact that several of these drug- and gambling-addicted tunnel dwellers have clawed their way out of the drains and turned around their lives has received far less attention. Dark Days, Bright Nights shares their harrowing stories and provides a unique perspective on one of America's most fascinating cities. It also paints a larger picture of homelessness and recovery in America. These stories are the happy (though not Hollywood) ending to the infamous tunnel tale. The narrative is complemented by bios and stark, black-and-white images of the survivors, putting a scarred, knowing face to the unblinkingly honest accounts.

Surviving the Storm Through the Wind of the Spirit

Surviving the Storm Through the Wind of the Spirit Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Roma Holley
Editor: Elm Hill
ISBN: 1400305209
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Surviving the Storm Through the Wind of the Spirit by Roma Holley Summary

Surviving the Storm Through the Wind of the Spirit is the story of one woman’s journey through grief. The loss of her 21 year old son threw her into a storm from which she could see no hope of survival. Through the guidance of the Holy Spirit, her journey shows her the truth in God’s word that we can experience joy again through the promise of eternity. Roma Johnson Holley lost her 21 year old son, Zachary, to a horrific vehicle accident. The journey that ensues is one that is more like a roller-coaster ride than an actual journey. A roller-coaster will take you up and down, with twists and turns and then eventually return to where it began. And so has been this journey. Unspeakable joy at the birth of grandchildren and then the remembrance that this child will never know their Uncle Zachary. Unspeakable grief at the loss of a beloved cousin and aunt and then the remembrance that they are now in the presence of God. This journey is one that no one wants to take but that almost everyone will have to endure at some point in their life. The destination of each person will depend upon how we deal with the trials and difficulties along the way. Join Roma as she travels a rough and tumble road until she realizes the power of the Holy Spirit. The comfort, guidance and strength that comes from this one realization changes her entire perspective.

Surviving the Storm

Surviving the Storm Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Cheryl Krauter
Editor: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0190636173
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Surviving the Storm by Cheryl Krauter Summary

Surviving the Storm presents a humanistic psychological perspective on how to support cancer survivors by offering an individualized narrative structure designed to help them tell their stories. This is a book for people who need to tell the story of how they've been touched by cancer. It doesn't tell what to eat, or how much to exercise, or what to think and feel. Instead, it introduces a contemplative perspective and gives readers a pragmatic structure to help them tell their unique story of surviving or living with cancer. It helps them discover their authentic voice, giving them a way to speak in their own words. Workbook sections are the core of this book and offer a narrative structure created for patients, partners, families, and friends with an emphasis on the different needs and questions of each group. This book focuses on the whole person, their potential, and their natural drive toward authenticity. A contemplative perspective emphasizes shared human needs such as love, belonging, and personal meaning, and expands beyond the learning-based behavioral and psychosocial resources that are currently available to cancer patients and their families. The book provides options that differ from the support group and medical models of treatment, opening up an alternative to the mode of managing or tolerating the issues of cancer into the realm of awareness, exploration, acceptance, and transformation. While it is tempting to find solutions and try to" there is much to be gained from learning how to live with uncertainty and from delving more deeply into the emotional residue of cancer. Included are definitions of the different phases of cancer survivorship, material that gives survivors a viewpoint that normalizes the challenges they face, and current research and literature. Personal stories of cancer survivors are highlighted, and poetry and writings related to cancer are interspersed throughout the book to make it more personal.


Noah Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Richard Holmes
Editor: BelleBooks
ISBN: 161026147X
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Noah by Richard Holmes Summary

You can survive your life’s storms!

In this book, you will understand and learn from the issues, thoughts, motivations, and dynamics in Noah’s life that transformed him from a nobody into the one man that God chose to use for the survival of humanity.

Not only that, you will

- what you need to be and do to be a person used by God

- how to leave a legacy for the saving of your family, friends, city, and nation.

Discover how to build an ark with your life that makes a difference for Christ for generations to come!

"God wants to set you free from what you believed you are not. Some things that have defined you and limited you, God is saying it is time to move beyond and rise above them and let this be your uprising moment. The future is NOW; God is calling you to build. Do not allow any limitations to hold you back anymore. Realize God has chosen you. If God is for you, what storm can come against you?”

-Pastor Richard Holmes

The Wyoming Blizzard of 1949

The Wyoming Blizzard of 1949 Pdf/ePub eBook Author: James C. Fuller
Editor: Arcadia Publishing
ISBN: 1439664900
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The Wyoming Blizzard of 1949 by James C. Fuller Summary

Snow, wind and frigid temperatures devastated parts of Wyoming and neighboring states in 1949. For nearly two months, towns and ranches were marooned by enormous drifts, some reportedly eighty feet tall. The storm stranded hundreds of motorists on the highways and stalled nearly two dozen trains at depots throughout the state. Communities pulled together to assist not only their neighbors but also anyone unable to escape the snowstorm. The deaths of motorists and livestock weighed heavily on the minds of Americans as news spread nationwide. Author and historian James Fuller recounts these harrowing stories of tenacity and fortitude.

Surviving in the Storm

Surviving in the Storm Pdf/ePub eBook Author: Bruce Brummitt
Editor: Charisma Media
ISBN: 1629984345
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A page-turner, Surviving In the Storm tells gripping true stories of Christians who have lived out their Christian faith under the hand of authoritarian government. Author Bruce Brummitt delivers an exciting, easy-to-read book about amazing things he and Eastern European believers experienced in the 1980s behind the Soviet Union’s communist Iron Curtain.