How are many people in different places around the world learning to live in a green and sustainable way? Find out how human activities such as driving cars and wasting energy are threatening our environment and putting the future of our planet at risk. Discover how people everywhere are choosing to live more sustainably by recycling, using green sources of energy, car-sharing, and reducing air travel.
Your Journey to Christian Living: A Guide for Believers was developed by author Rev. Dr. Wesley G. Green from sermons he has preached throughout his distinguished career in Christian ministry. The book provides instructions that readers may find helpful as they seek to learn about God or navigate the journey to Christian living and a life of purpose and joy in Christ. New Christians can thrive and mature spiritually, emotionally, and physically as they endeavor to fulfill the will of God. The book is intended for use in Christian life education programs of multicultural congregations and is appropriate for use in group discussions, in one-on-one meetings with new believers or prospective members of a church, or as a workshop resource.
Free Gift with Every Purchase! All purchasers are now entitled to download a brand new bonus, The Backyard Farm Book of Organic Gardening - absolutely FREE! (See back of book for details) If you've spent any time watching the TV news lately, chances are you've seen at least one piece about the environment--and how our lifestyle has torn it apart over the last 100 years. It's hard to imagine describing modern life without using the words "green" and "environment." Most scientists consider our planet under threat, and as various media outlets continue to proclaim, it is up to us to do something about it. However, many of us don't know what to do. We feel hopelessly lost when it comes to strategies and methods that will enable us to look after our planet. In fact, many of us feel that our existence actively harms our world on a daily basis. Relax. You're not killing the planet. And the good news is that living sustainably, in a way that helps protect the environment, is not an unattainable dream. If you proceed slowly and carefully, you can make small changes here and there that will push you towards a life of true sustainability. Since moving from the hustle and bustle of a metropolitan Northern England city to the peaceful shores of Lake Erie, I have had more space and time to experiment with various methods of sustainability and self-sufficiency. In this book, I will share the simplest, most effective and straightforward ways you can make a lasting difference for your home, family and environment.
Dot May Dunn grew up in Derbyshire, the daughter of a miner, during the wartime years. In 1951 she joined the NHS as an early recruit and went on to train as a nurse.Dot's books are full of wonderful anecdotal insight into the life that she has experienced, written with warmth, humour and vivid accounts of her surroundings - from deprivation, health problems and poverty, to personal determination, the surprises faced by midwives and the social history of the pre- and post-war years. Dot draws upon her wealth of experience and shares her life with her readers, provoking both laughter and tears along the way.Centred on Christmas during war-time, this book will focus on community spirit and the sense of coming together and supporting each other, which Dunn captures so well.
Many have called women the fairer sex. To those I say, come home late from a night out with the guys when the wife expects you home three hours ago. See the venom in her eyes as she stares you down and I defy any man not to cringe like a whipped poodle. In many ways, women are the stronger sex. Take childbirth for instance. It's highly doubtful a man could take pushing a football out a hole three times too small. Most men run for Mommy the second they get a splinter or a cold. And that's where this anthology shines. Like a teenage girl in high school, females can be more ruthless, cunning and evil than any man on the planet. Lacking empathy, they can slice up a person's self esteem till there's nothing left but bloody pieces. And now an all female stable of writers have been allowed to run free in the world of the undead. So see the living dead through a woman's eyes. But be careful...you might not like what stares back at you. With stories by: Alyn Day, Gretchen Elhassani, Chauma Smith Guss, Jennifer Goraczkowski, Jennifer Koehler, Rebecca Snow, Katie Simmons J.L. Petty, Suzanne Robb, Dana Bell, Marilyn Simpson, Julianne Snow and Candis Vargo.
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