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Briarpatch

Author : Ross Thomas
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“America's best storyteller.” —The New York Times Book Review From Edgar Award-winning author Ross Thomas comes Briarpatch, a thrilling mystery of one man’s personal mission to find justice for his family. Now, the basis for the USA Network television series executive produced by Sam Esmail, creator of Mr. Robot. A long-distance call from his small Texas hometown on his birthday gives Benjamin Dill the news that his sister Felicity—born on the same day exactly ten years apart—has died in a car bomb explosion. She was a homicide detective who had perhaps made one enemy too many over the course of her career. Unwilling to let local law enforcement handle the investigation, Dill arrives in town that night to begin his dogged search for his sister’s killer. What he finds is no surprise to him as he begins to unravel town secrets, because Benjamin Dill is never surprised at what awful things people will do. Featuring an Introduction by New York Times bestselling author Lawrence Block Edgar Award Winner for Best Novel

The Briarpatch Gospel

Author : Shayne Wheeler
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Hasn’t Jesus called us into the thorns and thistles with Him to love what we find there? What if we had the courage to follow him into the briarpatch and discover life as we were always meant to live it? In The Briarpatch Gospel, dynamic young pastor Shayne Wheeler presents a radical message of grace, one that won’t allow you to remain comfortable merely sitting in a church pew. He shares his own heartbreaking personal journey through the briarpatch, and his church’s remarkable experience of creating a community in which people walk through life’s issues—even the darkest, most painful problems and questions—together. Unafraid. Like Jesus did. Think about it: What is your (or your church’s) briarpatch—the area where you’re afraid to go, or feel unequipped to address? Is it sharing what you really think on controversial issues? Becoming friends with someone who’s different from you? Confronting and overcoming your own pain, doubts, or fears? Bold and challenging, The Briarpatch Gospel provides a new vernacular for Christians to have open, honest conversations about what loving each other in Christ’s name might look like in the briarpatches of their own communities.

Rabacoon Out of the Briarpatch

Author : sarah linsley
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Adam Ronoak would have lost his only relative Lilly in the foster care system if he hadn't been adopted into Rachel's family. Now his one and only legal guardian is missing, and Adam finds he must go to the end of another world to keep his family together.

Rabacoon The Briarpatch Series

Author : sarah linsley
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Adam thought that when he and Lilly were adopted by Rachel they would never have to worry about being separated again. Now Rachel is missing and Adam finds he must go to the ends of another world to rescue her and keep whats left of his family.

The Briarpatch Book

Author : Briarpatch Community Staff
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Briarpatch Review

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To Be of Use

Author : Dave Smith
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As a pioneer in the sustainable business movement, Smith & Hawken co-founder Dave Smith is on a mission to inspire people everywhere to reconcile compassionate values with capitalism. To Be of Use shows that business can be a force for radical change and paints a picture of how those driven by simple core values can make the world a better place. The book is a fascinating combination of Smith’s own transformation and rise in sustainable business with an inspirational manifesto of what meaningful work is and how we can find it.

The Living Economy

Author : Paul Ekins
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First Published in 1986. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Briar s Patch Book 7 An Adventures in Amethyst Series Novel

Author : Karen Wiesner
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Amethyst, WI is a small, peaceful town on a pristine lake with an active tourist season in summer. When the air turns chill, the area is transformed into a ghost town with only a handful of lifers who stay. Populated with colorful characters, Amethyst is bursting with mystery, romance, and jealousy. Come and visit a place where anything is possible all-year-round. As a teenager, Roman OBudO Marasek was shy, a farmerOs kid who grew up to be a farmer himself. The first girl he loved was Briar Sankey. Years later, he married, had a daughter, and his wife died unexpectedly. Raising Harper hasnOt been easy alone. Briar had spent her life confident she had all the time in the world to make a life for herself. At forty-seven, she no longer has the same choices. When Bud asks her for help with Harper, she canOt refuse. Suddenly sheOs seeing Bud in a whole new lightEand falling in love with the sweet, shy man whoOs been there all along.

Wisdom from the Briar Patch

Author : Clara V. Ruffin
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"Clara Ruffin's writings are as fun and heart warming as her teaching. Each student could count on her love and support and in this volume you are invited into her creative classroom as she relives some of her most memorable moments." -Shirley W. Wilson, Former Colleague "Very inspirational. My life on the pages of this book." -Margie Wilson, Paraprofessional "Clara Ruffin's writing is very soulful. In the way she conveys emotion, she is also able to share what is in the heart." -Chivon Tilley, Parent Clara Ruffin's Wisdom from the Briar Patch is her most recent book. In it, she shares classroom experiences as only she can. The book is a compilation of devotionals, poems, insights and quotations that depict a few of the very real issues and struggles found in the schoolhouse. Her works have appeared in Christian Educators' Teachers of Vision Magazine and in Daring to Dream Again (Overcoming Barriers that Hold You Back), a 50-Day Spiritual Adventure for pastors and congregations. Additionally, two of her poems have been published in the Fragrance of Kindness by Cheri Fuller. A segment of her life appeared in Luis Palau's It's a God Thing. Several of her pieces also appear in The Gift of Teaching, a Handbook for Christians Who Serve in Schools by Daniel Elliot and R. Lewis Hodge. Before her retirement, some of her more innovative classroom escapades were written up in the Hartford Courant and Bloomfield Journal. Clara's unpretentious writing style draws you in and holds you. She has written four other books: Esteem, Harvest, We Win, and Tree Trunk Love.