A horrifying true story of unconscionable conflicts of interest, betrayals, abuses, ineptitude, ultimate fraud and cover-up — when American dream clashed with American greed as played out with impunity in the judicial system. A blockbuster source of truth and awareness for all who care for justice.
— Supporters of the Rule of Law and
Human Rights who read the author’s
manuscript before publication of this book.
Are you one of the 80% of Christians in America that feel like they aren’t doing enough to help the world? If you only knew how easy it was to make a huge impact on thousands of lost souls, these feelings would change.
God is doing a tremendous work to reach the lost world. The great results are mainly due to a new movement in Missions called the Native Missionary Movement. This book focuses on your role in this movement, because without you, it cannot work.
Along the Corridors is Mary Ellen Baker’s first book. She has been in Nursing for 40 years, the last 20 in management and has seen and participated in numerous changes in the health care field—most of them for the good. A diploma nurse to start with, Mary Ellen received her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Nursing over a period of ten years while working full time.
Mother, I Come by MaudeEna Headlam, is a touching revelation of Diana, the Princess of Wales.
She was named The Fairy Princess, but the verses reveal it was not easy being a princess caught between the modern and traditional world. The poems are an expression of her vulnerability and her strengths.
The lines are filled with her pain of adjusting to a world of duty. There are words of anger as she deals with betrayals and the hand of fate. But at the end, there’s a sweet tenderness as she thinks of attaining in death what she was denied in life.
Resources developed during fifteen years as a writing instructor and freelance editor. Sands is a popular member of the Squaw Valley Community of Writer faculty, she teaches each summer at the Iowa Summer Writing Festival and in seminars throughout the West.
How to Find a Lawyer to Help you Help Yourself
“Your child has a serious liver disease and needs immediate medical attention.” Those words echoed from the doctor’s mouth at my daughter’s two month baby checkup. He took us in his office and gave us the shocking news. “She has a rare liver disease called Biliary Atresia and she needs to be seen at Children’s Hospital in Little Rock.” “How soon?,” we asked. He sat up in his chair, leaning forward with a serious look in his eyes and said, “like yesterday.”
Burt Chernow was an educator, art historian and a prolific author. He began teaching art in public schools in New York and Connecticut after serving in the U.S. Army in the mid-1950’s. In the 1960’s he accepted a full professorship at Housatonic Community College in Bridgeport, Connecticut, where he chaired the Art Department. He was the founding director of the Housatonic Museum of Art.
He authored many exhibition catalogues as well as articles for various art journals, including Craft Horizons, Art News, Art New England and others. His artwork is seen in private collections and was on display at the 1964-65 New York World’s Fair.
Picking Up the Pieces of a Broken Heart by Rev. Dale Roberts encourages grieving people to continue to trust in God in their most difficult and trying times. Rev. Dale Roberts encourages her readers to allow time to grieve over the loss of a loved one. She teaches that good grief must be experienced to be able to go on with life in a positive way. The society we live in according to Rev. Roberts believes that every situation should be experienced with a hurry up and get on with life attitude. However, she teaches that in order to be a healthy and whole person, one must be allowed time to grieve.