Finding the Missed Path

The Art of Restarting Horses


Author: Mark Rashid

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9781570767692

Category: Pets

Page: 200

View: 3078

Mark Rashid has made it his life's work to pinpoint the causes of equine distress that can sometimes make a horse's life in the company of humans difficult. In this book, readers are guided through practical steps for restarting horses, using Rashid's simple yet impactful concepts derived from years of study of martial arts. In true Rashid storytelling style, dozens of anecdotes entertain while gently revealing important lessons integral to every horseperson's journey. --Inside cover.

Advances in Spatial and Temporal Databases

10th International Symposium, SSTD 2007, Boston, MA, USA, July 16.-18, 2007, Proceedings


Author: Dimitris Papadias,Donghui Zhang,George Kollios

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 3540735402

Category: Computers

Page: 482

View: 370

For researchers and professionals in the field of databases, this is a must-read text that gives them right up-to-the-minute information on their field. It represents the refereed proceedings of the 10th International Symposium on Spatial and Temporal Databases, held in Boston, USA in July 2007. The 26 revised full papers were thoroughly reviewed and selected from a total of 76 submissions. The papers are classified in numerous categories, each corresponding to a conference session. These include continuous monitoring; indexing and query processing; and mining.

Avoiding the Path to Pisgah

Finding God's Sure Way to Your Promised Land


Author: Abayomi Akinyemi

Publisher: Charisma Media

ISBN: 1599793547

Category: Religion

Page: 124

View: 8227

When Moses stood on Mount Pisgah, he looked over the Promised Land, a destiny that he would never reach because of his disobedience. Author Abayomi Akinyemi uses Moses’ path to Pisgah as a metaphor to describe the tactics Satan uses to deceive, distract, weaken, and tempt people away from God’s will for their lives. The path to Pisgah represents a place of destroyed destiny, unrealized dreams, passionate pleas, failure at the edge of breakthrough, loss of the fruit of your labor, and substitution or replacement. Author Akinyemi describes how you can avoid these pitfalls to live a fulfilled life, increase your effectiveness in ministry, experience a heightened awareness of Satan’s schemes and knowledge of how to overcome them, and enjoy an unhindered relationship with God. Special prayers at the end of each chapter help guide readers into achieving freedom from past and potential mistakes. This book is an eye-opener that reveals how Satan seeks to cut short and destroy the destiny of every believer. Author Information Abayomi “Yomi” Akinyemi is a willing vessel in God's hands and a testimony to what God can do with an ordinary person. An evangelist by calling and a teacher of the Word, Yomi has served in various church ministries, including that of prayer and deliverance. Yomi is the founder of Kingdom for the Forceful Ministries. He has a bachelor of science degree from the University of Lagos, Nigeria, and was pursuing a masters degree in business administration at the university of Nevada, Reno, prior to accepting God’s call to go to Bible college. He is currently pursuing his MBA at Ashland University. He is married to Toyin, and they are blessed with three children. They currently reside in Columbus, Ohio.

35 Madeira Walks


Author: David Brawn,Ros Brawn

Publisher: Discovery Walking Guides Ltd

ISBN: 9781899554508


Page: 176

View: 4722

Miss Cutler and the Case of the Resurrected Horse

Social Work and the Story of Poverty in America, Australia, and Britain


Author: Mark Peel

Publisher: University of Chicago Press

ISBN: 0226653668

Category: History

Page: 344

View: 8328

Social workers produced thousands of case files about the poor during the interwar years. Analyzing almost two thousand such case files and traveling from Boston, Minneapolis, and Portland to London and Melbourne, Miss Cutler and the Case of the Resurrected Horse is a pioneering comparative study that examines how these stories of poverty were narrated and reshaped by ethnic diversity, economic crisis, and war. Probing the similarities and differences in the ways Americans, Australians, and Britons understood and responded to poverty, Mark Peel draws a picture of social work that is based in the sometimes fraught encounters between the poor and their interpreters. He uses dramatization to bring these encounters to life—joining Miss Cutler and that resurrected horse are Miss Lindstrom and the fried potatoes and Mr. O’Neil and the seductive client—and to give these people a voice. Adding new dimensions to the study of charity and social work, this book is essential to understanding and tackling poverty in the twenty-first century.

Finding The Balance


Author: Robert Ziefel


ISBN: 1312332824

Category: Fiction

Page: 268

View: 8976

Return once again to Demongate High, the only supernatural high school on Earth. If you went there for three years, then were forced to attend a regular high school, where no one had powers, you would be depressed too. Dean certainly is. He's the ""new kid"" in his senior year, and all his friends are elsewhere in the world because they can't go to school on the island anymore. But the supernatural world is everywhere, and as chaos grows, more and more improbable things start happening. Join Dean and his friends as they discover that source of chaos and try to restore balance before it's too late. If the guy who runs the Foundation will let him, that is. Martin DeVille is none to pleased with Dean, who keeps making talismans for his friends. After all, he is the greatest talisman maker on Earth, and he's still just a kid. His creations are much more powerful then they have a right to be, and that makes the Foundation just a little bit nervous. After all, what if he decides to take over?