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Breath and Bone

Breath and Bone ebook ISBN: 1783682981
Publisher: Langham Publishing
Author: Riad A. Kassis,Pieter J. Kwant,Paul Windsor
Number of Pages: 264 
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This festschrift honours Chris Wright on the occasion of his 70th birthday. The theologians and leaders who have contributed to it have all benefitted from his friendship, scholarship, and partnership in the gospel. These essays demonstrate how preachers, scholars and writers from around the world are fleshing out the mission of God and breathing new life into the bones of Chris’s thinking. Contributions include: • A Life Devoted to the Mission of God • A Seed Bears Fruit in Latin America • Mission as Making (and Wearing) New Clothes • Election, Ethics, Mission and the Church in India • Preaching to Impress or to Save CHRISTOPHER J. H. WRIGHT, the International Ministries Director of Langham Partnership, has had a long connection to the global church. Born in Belfast to missionary parents, he has taught at Union Biblical Seminary, Pune, India, and at All Nations Christian College in Ware, England. In his PhD studies at Cambridge, he focused on the ethics of land, family, economics, debt and slavery. He has authored twenty-eight books, including The Mission of God, Old Testament Ethics for the People of God, Sweeter than Honey, and Knowing God – The Trilogy. Recognizing Chris’s commitment to scholarship, preaching and the global church, John Stott welcomed him as a friend and as his successor as head of Langham Partnership. Contributors: • Mark Hunt, USA • Jonathan Lamb, UK • Ian J. Shaw, UK • Igor Améstegui, Bolivia • Qaiser Julius, Pakistan • Collium Banda, Zimbabwe • Danut Manastireanu, Romania • Peter Penner, Germany • Brian Wintle, India • Frew Tamrat, Ethiopia • Las Newman, Jamaica • C. Rosalee Velloso Ewell, Brazil • Paul Swarup, India • Andrea Z. Stephanous, Egypt • Dwi Handayani, Indonesia • Athena E. Gorospe, Philippines • Gail Atiencia, Colombia • Riad A. Kassis, Lebanon • Mark Meynell, UK • Greg R. Scharf, USA • Pieter Kwant, Netherlands

Breath and Bone

Breath and Bone ebook ISBN: 1101219548
Publisher: Penguin
Author: Carol Berg
Number of Pages: 528 
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The mesmerizing conclusion to the fantasy epic Addicted to an enchantment that turns pain into pleasure?and bound by oaths he refuses to abandon?Valen risks body and soul to rescue one child, seek justice for another, and bring the dying land of Navronne its rightful king.

Bone, Breath & Gesture

Bone, Breath & Gesture ebook ISBN: 9781556432019
Publisher: North Atlantic Books
Author: Don Johnson
Number of Pages: 389 
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This book is a collection of writings on principles and techniques by the pioneers of bodywork and body awareness disciplines. Together, they represent a historical record of the field of somatics. Ranging from hands-on workers like Ida Rolf to phenomenologist Elizabeth Behnke, their lives span this century. In these lectures, writings, and interviews, editor Don Hanlon Johnson has sought to reveal the unbroken lineage, theoretical differences, and major similarities of these originators.

Bone Breath and the Vandals

Bone Breath and the Vandals ebook ISBN: 0671891898
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Author: Peg Kehret
Number of Pages: 113 
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Pursuing their runaway dog, Bone Breath, when the latter rebels against obedience school, Rosie and Kayo come face-to-face with the Spray Paint Vandals, who promptly kidnap Rosie to keep her quiet, unaware that Bone Breath is a fierce protector. Simultaneous.

Love in Flesh and Bone

Love in Flesh and Bone ebook ISBN: 1630872741
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
Author: Amy E. Richter,Joseph S. Pagano
Number of Pages: 138 
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On the weekend of April 22, 2012 the St. Anne's Church website received thousands of visitors. That Sunday, in the New York Times Magazine, an article appeared about the Rev. Dr. Amy E. Richter competing in a physique competition. The strong reactions to the article got Richter and her husband and fellow clergyperson, the Rev. Dr. Joseph Pagano, thinking about the scandal of the Incarnation. The claim that God entered fully into our flesh-and-blood human existence makes some of us squeamish. And yet, this shocking claim is at the heart of the good news that in Christ God is with us no matter what. There is nothing that can happen to us--no pain, no humiliation, no anguish--that can separate us from the love of God in Christ Jesus our Lord. In sermons for the seasons of Advent, Christmas, and Epiphany, Richter and Pagano proclaim the good news of the scandalous love of God in flesh and bone.

Blood and Bone

Blood and Bone ebook ISBN: 1921134224
Publisher: Brio Books
Author: Daniel Davis Wood
Number of Pages: 128 
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Winner of the 2014 Viva La Novella Prize With the death of her mother, eleven-year-old Abigail must learn to fend for herself against the cruel stewardship of her father. At war with the local Aboriginals and intent on staking his claim on the land at any cost, what occurs between the two is a stunning powerplay that exposes the limits of the human imagination. Inhabiting the speculative peripheries of the historical record, Blood and Bone is an uncompromising exploration of Australia’s dark history and its legacy. Following on from 2013’s successful winner, Midnight Blue and Endlessly Tall by Jane Jervis-Read, Seizure’s Viva La Novella competition is back! This initiative is unique in its support of writers and editors alike. Four talented editors each selected a manuscript to work on from of a pool of over 150 entries. The winning authors were announced at the Emerging Writer’s Festival in Melbourne in June 2014.

The Flesh and Bones of Medical Microbiology E-Book

The Flesh and Bones of Medical Microbiology E-Book ebook ISBN: 0723437254
Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
Author: Andrea Guyot,Silke Schelenz,Steven H. Myint
Number of Pages: 132 
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The Flesh and Bones of Medical Microbiology presents a very clinically orientated account of the subject. It covers all the key concepts you need with no gaps. It can be used either as an introduction to a topic, or as a revision aid. Dfficult concepts are depicted by cartoon-strip illustrations, helping you to quickly understand information. Big Picture Section - lets you relate detail to the subject as a whole High Return Facts - prevents you from having large gaps in your knowledge. Can be used as a revision tool. Reinforces the major points Cartoon-strip illustrations - enables you to visualise difficult concepts in a step-by-step format - information can be chunked into 'student-friendly' sizes Double-page overviews - you can read topic summaries without cross-referencing to other pages. All laid out on one spread

The Wisdom of a Broken Heart

The Wisdom of a Broken Heart ebook ISBN: 1416596321
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Author: Susan Piver
Number of Pages: 240 
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When a relationship ends, the anguish and disappointment can be devastating. A broken heart is genuinely traumatic. Typical recommendations to keep busy, move on, repair your hidden flaws, and then forget about it may not be helpful. In these pages, Susan Piver reveals that heartbreak actually creates an opportunity for genuine emotional and spiritual transformation, enabling you to emerge on the other side stronger, softer, and capable of loving with renewed confidence. In the years following her own experience, relationship writer Susan Piver searched the world’s wisdom traditions and discovered that heartbreak can be an uncompromising teacher of authenticity, power, and even joy. She shares that wisdom here, with instantaneously recognizable anecdotes, insights, on-the-spot practices, exercises, meditations, and down-to-earth advice that make The Wisdom of a Broken Heart a steadying prescription of solace and encouragement, wisdom and humor during the hardest time of your life. Like an infinitely patient, trusted friend, Piver tells you in a thousand different ways the most important thing to remember and the easiest to forget: “You’re going to be okay.”

Greatest Hits

Greatest Hits ebook ISBN: 9781930755857
Publisher: Pudding House Publications
Author: Richard Alan Bunch
Number of Pages: 19 
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Pills and Starships

Pills and Starships ebook ISBN: 1617752843
Publisher: Akashic Books
Author: Lydia Millet
Number of Pages: 256 
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A teenage girl and her brother fight for their family’s future in a world devastated by climate change: “Thrillingly scary . . . There is much here to enjoy” (The Washington Post). In a dystopian future brought about by global warming, seventeen-year-old Nat and her hacker brother, Sam, have come by ship to the Big Island of Hawaii for their parents’ Final Week. The few Americans who still live well also live long—so long that older adults bow out not by natural means but by buying death contracts from the corporates who now run the disintegrating society, keeping the people happy through a constant diet of “pharma.” Nat’s family is spending their pharma-guided last week at a luxury resort complex called the Twilight Island Acropolis. Deeply conflicted about her parents’ decision, Nat spends her time keeping a record of everything her family does in the company-supplied diary that came in the hotel’s care package. While Nat attempts to come to terms with her impending parentless future, Sam begins to discover cracks in the corporates’ agenda—and eventually rebels against the company his parents have hired to handle their last days. Now Nat will have to choose a side, in this moving and suspenseful novel by a National Book Award–nominated author. Winner of the Paterson Prize for Books for Young People “A deep read, but fast; it lingers in your mind long after it’s been read.” —New York Journal of Books “A brilliant dystopian novel . . . Beautifully written, dark but ultimately hopeful.” —The Buffalo News “The details are terrific . . . and as the tension mounts it becomes a real page turner.” —The Independent “Vivid, moving . . . Will attract mature teen fans of Divergent, Hunger Games, and similar apocalyptic survival stories.” —Midwest Book Review

Breath and Bones

Breath and Bones ebook ISBN: 1932961151
Publisher: Unbridled Books
Author: Susan Cokal
Number of Pages: 400 
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In 1884, Famke Summerfugl is ousted from her convent in Denmark for ... sensuousness and pulled from servitude by a second-rate painter named Albert Castle. Loving to be looked at, and able to stand perfectly still without shivering, Famke is the ideal artist’s model. When Albert takes his eight-foot masterpiece and leaves his model behind, Famke sets out over the Atlantic, convinced that she is his muse. Following Mirabilis, her highly acclaimed debut, Susann Cokal blends pre-Raphaelite painting, American brothels, Utahan polygamists, a bit of cross-dressing, a dynamite-wielding labor movement, one California millionaire, and the invention of electrical stimulation (as treatment for consumption) into a comic novel that gallops across the American west.

Throw Me a Bone

Throw Me a Bone ebook ISBN: 9780743255912
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Author: Cooper Gillespie,Sally Sampson,Susan Orlean
Number of Pages: 146 
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This guide to cooking healthy, tasty food for man's best friend--with 50 recipes and illustrated with 50 photos and drawings--is by Cooper Gillespie, bestselling author Susan Orlean's dog, with recipes by Sally Sampson.

Breath of Life Poetry

Breath of Life Poetry ebook ISBN: 1469121859
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Author: Leon D. Labastide
Number of Pages: 98 
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This book of poetry is my first book in which I am well pleased. To all the readers and writers, youre going to be reading a mixture of emotions as well as things that will make you ponder. Ive elaborated about my relationships with the opposite sex, my family, my friends, and the biggest of them all, my relationship with Jesus Christ. Ive learned to love the word of God and the great impact it has on my life. I believe this ministry of poetry will touch nations. This book is not about religion. The purpose of this book is to share testimonies about struggles in relationships as well as in life. This book also focuses on different issues that are bringing division in the body of Christ. Moreover, this is my way to spread the word of God, sharing what God has blessed me with; and that is the ability to write whats in my heart. I believe that Jesus Christ is in the minds of everyone, crying out because hes not in their heart. I pray and ask God that this book of poetry be a blessing to friends and family as well as nations.

A Rag, a Bone and a Hank of Hair

A Rag, a Bone and a Hank of Hair ebook ISBN: 9780192750471
Author: Nicholas Fisk
Number of Pages: 118 
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It is the end of the 22nd century. The birthrate is falling and the government has begun to manufacture reborns. Brin, an arrogant 12 yr old, is sent to live with a reborn family, recreated from 1940, in order to monitor the experiment. 9 yrs+

Core Curriculum for Critical Care Nursing - E-Book

Core Curriculum for Critical Care Nursing - E-Book ebook ISBN: 1455756288
Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
Author: JoAnn Grif Alspach,AACN
Number of Pages: 992 
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From the experts at the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses (AACN), comes the definitive resource on administering quality nursing care to critically ill patients. The 6th edition has been updated to reflect the current state of critical care nursing practice and includes new content on the AACN Synergy Model, professional care and ethical practice, and critical care patients with special needs, as well as the most current literature and clinical studies. The clear and logical format makes this book an ideal study tool for critical care nursing orientation and continuing education programs. By covering the newest content on the CCRN exam, it also serves as an important resource for nurses preparing for critical care certification. Authored by the experts at the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses. Reflects the most recent blueprint of the CCRN examination. Content spans basic to advanced levels with an emphasis on nursing practice. Organized by body system and written in a concise outline format for ease of use. Coverage of the AACN Synergy Model is featured in the new opening chapter. Professional Care and Ethical Practice is integrated into the Core Curriculum series framework. A new chapter on Critical Care Patients with Special Needs includes bariatric and geriatric patients in critical care, as well as high-risk obstetric patients. Features new content on chest tubes, liver transplantation for acute liver failure, spirituality, and spiritual aspects of care. Integrates pain as the 5th vital sign and includes JCAHO, HCFA, and AHCPR guidelines relating to pain management. Features AHRQ evidence-based practice guidelines as reference sources for practice interventions. New organization for Patient Care presents patient problems, needs, etc. in order of clinical priority. Expanded Nursing Interventions includes considerations related to patient/family education, patient transfer, and discharge planning. Web-based resources for CDC, AHA, NINR, National Guideline Clearinghouse, NIH Consensus Conference Proceedings, ADA.

A Feather On The Breath Of Ellulianaen

A Feather On The Breath Of Ellulianaen ebook ISBN: 098704625X
Publisher: Submarine Media Pty Ltd
Author: Robert Denethon
Number of Pages: 380 
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A Feather on the Breath of Ellulianaen is an epic fantasy set in a land of gryphons, dwarves and humans, ruled over by dark elves. The Nomoi Empire is rising. An elven mage has come to the north, and the recently widowed taverner Hinfane must join forces with the gryphons in order to defeat the evil mage. An epic about the fight against evil, finding love, and what does it mean to be gryphon in this age, when all the old certainties are being eroded by the rule of the Empire.

River of Breath

River of Breath ebook ISBN: 1440106150
Publisher: iUniverse
Author: Margot Biestman
Number of Pages: 336 
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River of Breath a healing path to vitality, ease, and well-being by Margot Biestman In this time of profound change and renewed hope, high demands are being placed on each of us. We are called upon to respond with devotion and courage. River of Breath offers a path from old to new ways of being, a path toward personal and cultural transformation. Read it and be touched by a truth within yourself that can feed your body and soul. Many of us long for this experience. Authentic to the core you don't read this book you experience it. I breathe more consciously through each exquisite life tale, poem, and artwork. It flows and guides my flowing. Totally unique. Nancy Herrick, Physician's Assistant, Homeopath Margot Biestman is saying something very personal and distinct, yet universal at the same time. She creates a portal through which others can walk into an experiential realm. She manages to do this succinctly, in a few lines, in such a way that I am reminded of the very best poetry where the poet is saying the deepest truth of what he or she knows. Ann Nix, M.A. CHT, Artist, Teacher When you do things from your soul you feel a river in you, a joy. Rumi Synopsis River of Breath brings to light how we can meet today's challenges with greater flexibility and confidence, and with less stress and fear, through a unique practice called breathexperience. We can find benefit and truth in the simplicity of sensing how breath flowing through our body without our control can support vitality, ease, and well-being, whatever the circumstances. Margot Biestman transports the reader beyond thinking and imagining to sensing the simple, ancient, yet immediate reality of breath movement in the body. Through sensing her own breath as she writes, she allows her words and drawings to emerge from her essence and flow onto the page. For the reader, just taking in these expressions of her truth is itself an invitation to join her in an intimate breathexperience. Margot describes how, even in our culture with its fast pace and attitude to achieve at any cost, we do not have to be victims of pushing and pulling our bodies around, creating strain, anxiety, pain, and illness. Through the experience of breath, we recognize our choices to support the truth of who we are. Conditioned patterns fall away and though some occasionally return, they lose their impact. We have the capacity to make a difference in our lives and the lives of those around us. Margot leads us on her personal journey in the experience of breath for three-and-a-half months. She includes emotions and thoughts as parts of the oneness that breath creates body, mind, soul, and spirit. Even when she loses breath awareness, she learns from these experiences in practicing the art of being human. A separate section contains detailed guidelines for specific breathexperience sequences, inviting the reader to practice allowing and sensing the natural breath moving in the body. Principles of breathexperience, benefits, application in daily life, a breath class, individual hands-on treatment, and a brief history complete the book.