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Dear Pastor

Author : Bill Adler
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Letters to their pastors provide humorous and revealing insights into children's perceptions of God, religion, church, and what it means to be a good Christian

The Village Pastor and His Children

Author : August Heinrich Julius Lafontaine
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The Just Shall Live by Faith

Author : David Paul McDowell
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Romans: the apostle Paul’s magnum opus. It is a book that has changed the lives of countless men and women throughout the history of the church, and it could change your life as well! The Just Shall Live by Faith begins by clearly outlining the whole book of Romans and then sets about explaining each section of the outline in commentary form written from a pastoral perspective, with illustrative material and practical applications. There are questions for each section that can be used for individual study or small-group discussion. It has been field-tested by small groups of women and men, and has proven to be insightful, encouraging, and spiritually challenging. Romans is not a book meant to be casually read. The Just Shall Live by Faith will ensure that you go deep.

Dear Pastor and Christian Worker

Author : Alex W. Ness
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Memories of Lottie By a Pastor

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Dear Professor Dyson

Author : Freeman J. Dyson
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"Freeman Dyson has designed nuclear reactors and bomb-powered spacecraft; he has studied the origins of life and the possibilities for the long-term future; he showed quantum mechanics to be consistent with electrodynamics and started cosmological eschatology; he has won international recognition for his work in science and for his work in reconciling science to religion; he has advised generals and congressional committees. An STS (Science, Technology, Society) curriculum or discussion group that engages topics such as nuclear policies, genetic technologies, environmental sustainability, the role of religion in a scientific society, and a hard look towards the future, would count itself privileged to include Professor Dyson as a class participant and mentor. In this book, STS topics are not discussed as objectified abstractions, but through personal stories. The reader is invited to observe Dyson's influence on a generation of young people as they wrestle with issues of science, technology, society, life in general and our place in the universe. The book is filled with personal anecdotes, student questions and responses, honest doubts and passions"--

Memoir of Abner Kingman Nott Late Pastor of the First Baptist Church in the City of New York

Author : Richard Means Nott
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Dear Pastor

Author : Marvyn L. Dubrick
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Our Dear Eddie Or A Brief Narrative of the Life and Death of Edward Champion Pease

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A Pastor s Sketches Or Conversations with Anxious Inquirers Respecting the Way of Salvation

Author : Ichabod Smith Spencer
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A Pastor s Sketches

Author : Ichabod Smith Spencer
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At the pastor s by the author of The Swedish twins

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Dear Pastor

Author : Jay Menefee
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This little book, Dear Pastor, examines our situation both Biblically and historically. It finds that after three hundred years of leadership and influence, American pastors abandoned the public square and relinquished education and commenting on governance to secular humanists. These folks are turning America into a secular welfare state. This book lays out in four steps how to restore the nation. It provides hope that these steps are achievable and encouragement that God s grace is sufficient to the task."

From a Pastor s Wife s Perspective

Author : Bertha Hall
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You are not paranoid! Women have been given special insight to recognize when something is not quite right. Sometimes we have to stand up and protect those whom we love in our relationships. Lasting relationships depend on divine help to be encouraging and provide depth. God is not only protecting relationships, but he also helps us to survive difficult circumstances.

Sunday Funnies to Tickle the Soul

Author : David M. Varner
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David Varner is a retired corporate relations executive and journalist with broad-spectrum experience in business and agency arenas. Sunday Funnies to Tickle the Soul is his first published work. Varner is a recognized writer with a wide range of interests including technology, history and pro-life and family issues. He enjoys a well-earned reputation among his journalist peers for being both a knowledgeable and credible writer of news, features and business communications. Mr. Varner earned a BS degree in Food Science from Delaware Valley College in 1958. He is a member of the Knights of Columbus, Msgr. Leo Guildea Council #7847. He was a former member of the National Society of Professional Journalists. He lives with his wife Joan in Palm Coast, Florida.

The Harbinger Or New Magazine of the Countess of Huntingdon s Connexion

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Evangelical Biography

Author : Erasmus Middleton
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Scriptural remembrances of a faithful pastor rev Charles B Snepp

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Dear Mr Carson

Author : Elizabeth Ridley
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“Fat girls have fewer choices in life. This is painful but true. You’ll never be the center of attention; never the belle of the ball. No one gives fat girls the benefit of the doubt. Skinny, pretty girls get the best of everything. We get whatever’s left.” So warns the mother of Wilma “Sunnie” Sundstrom, a bright, precious, overweight 13-year-old whose lifelong dream is to meet her idol Johnny Carson, and appear as a guest on The Tonight Show. The year is 1978, and Sunnie a straight-A student and aspiring filmmaker deals with constant teasing from her eighth-grade classmates by dreaming of Hollywood accolades and writing a screenplay, “Girl on the Lam,” which she is certain will star teen sensations Kristy McNichol and Robby Benson. Sunnie lives in suburban Milwaukee with her banker father, her stay-at-home mother, her sullen older sister, Ingrid, and her brilliant younger brother, Max. Sunnie’s closest friend and confidante is Grannie Lassen who encourages Sunnie’s show-biz dreams. Grannie’s own tap-dancing ambitions were cut short by the untimely death of Grannie’s younger sister, Wilma. A devastating loss plunges Sunnie into despair and her family packs her off to an all-girls summer “fat-camp” in Northern Minnesota, where her days revolve around skimpy meals, calisthenics, and humiliating daily public weigh-ins on the camp’s livestock scale. Love enters Sunnie’s life in the form of a dashing boy from the Pentecostal Bible camp across the lake. When his late night canoe visits suddenly and mysteriously cease, Sunnie and her friend Cherise take matters into their own hands, with nearly tragic results. Rather than return home in shame, Sunnie takes a desperate leap of faith and embarks on a cross-country journey. Challenged more deeply than she ever expected, she discovers the unorthodox ways that dreams really can come true.

Pastor Pastor

Author : David Simon
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Set in south London's African-Caribbean community, this story centers around the dream of Winnie, a strong Caribbean woman. This dream sets in motion the rivalry between two pastors and even their congregations. This novel examines human courage and African-Caribbean spirituality. Pastor Pastor is a powerful novel about love, greed and rivalry. Set in south London's African-Caribbean community the story is centered around Winnie, a middle-aged black woman who has a dream to help her community which sees two pastors compete for the hearts and mind of the local people. This intriguing novel examines human courage and spirituality. David Simon is an award winning writer and educationalist. He is the author of the Genius series, the novels Garvey's Last Soldier, Secrets of the Sapodilla and the Windrush play, Mountaintop.