It Started at the Church

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Ah, love at last! In her search for love, a young girl finally finds what she is looking for, but the things that she went through to find love proved to be almost too costly as...

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It Started at the Church - Brenda Havlicek
pdf | 236 KB | English | Isbn: 1463426305 | Author: Brenda Havlicek | Release Date: 2011-07-29
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Ah, love at last! In her search for love, a young girl finally finds what she is looking for, but the things that she went through to find love proved to be almost too costly as her life almost came to an end. "It Started At The Church" is the story of a young girl who wants to be loved and has fallen prey to an older man, who is seemingly a harmless good Christian brother. She finds herself in love and in trouble in an intriguing relationship of messed up religion, sex, drugs, alcohol and domestic violence at the age of seventeen years old. The story unfolds and becomes a true bond of insanity across many years of being in a horrifying relationship of so called love, and how she was lost in a world of brokenness, pain, and no self-esteem. It also tells how she finally gained the power to break free, to find purpose, passion and get on the road to inner love, healing and forgiveness.
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#1 It Started at the Church

It Started at the Church Book Brenda Havlicek
  • Author : Brenda Havlicek
  • Publisher : Author House
  • Release Date : 2011-07-29
  • Total Pages : 143
  • Genre : Biography & Autobiography
  • Review : (138)

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Ah, love at last! In her search for love, a young girl finally finds what she is looking for, but the things that she went through to find love proved to be almost too costly as her life almost came to an end. "It Started At The Church" is the story of a young girl who wants to be loved and has fallen prey to an older man, who is seemingly a harmless good Christian brother. She finds herself in love and in trouble in an intriguing relationship of messed up religion, sex, drugs, alcohol and domestic violence at the age of seventeen years old. The story unfolds and becomes a true bond of insanity across many years of being in a horrifying relationship of so called love, and how she was lost in a world of brokenness, pain, and no self-esteem. It also tells how she finally gained the power to break free, to find purpose, passion and get on the road to inner love, healing and forgiveness.

#2 It Starts at Home

It Starts at Home Book Kurt Bruner,Steve Stroope
  • Author : Kurt Bruner,Steve Stroope
  • Publisher : Moody Publishers
  • Release Date : 2020-08-04
  • Total Pages : 176
  • Genre : Religion
  • Review : (2)

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As Your Children Grow, Will Their Faith Grow Too? As both stories and statistics attest, the number of evangelical children who abandon Christianity in adulthood is staggering. To see effective change, parents cannot leave their child’s faith to chance. Rather, families must start nurturing faith early—you cannot start once your child is grown, you must start at home. Strengthening family and home life is the best way to encourage your children to maintain a lifelong faith. It Starts at Home upholds marriage and family as the proving ground for lasting success. Experienced pastors Kurt Bruner and Steve Stroope provide a clear purpose, an effective strategy, and a simple plan for anyone who wants to be intentional in their homes. Their insights will help leaders recalibrate their priorities by asking them to evaluate their leadership where it counts most. This newly revised edition evaluates the current trends families and young adults face that can contribute to this crisis. Don’t let your child’s faith fade to memory—learn how you can create a home that will prepare them for lifelong faith.

#3 It Started at a Wedding...

It Started at a Wedding... Book Kate Hardy
  • Author : Kate Hardy
  • Publisher : Harlequin
  • Release Date : 2015-04-01
  • Total Pages : 256
  • Genre : Fiction
  • Review : (345)

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One kiss is never enough! Claire Stewart thinks her day can't get any worse—but she's wrong! As if losing her best friend's wedding dress isn't enough, she's now faced with the ultra-handsome, ultra-successful brother of the bride, Sean Farrell… Oh, and she's had a crush on him for years! Sean might have turned his back on romance a long time ago, but somehow Claire manages to slip inside his heart. The trouble is Sean knows that when it comes to Claire one scorching, unforgettable kiss at a wedding just isn't enough…

#4 It Started at Christmas...

It Started at Christmas... Book Janice Lynn
  • Author : Janice Lynn
  • Publisher : Harlequin
  • Release Date : 2016-12-01
  • Total Pages : 192
  • Genre : Fiction
  • Review : (106)

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All she wants for Christmas is…him! This Christmas Dr. McKenzie Sanders knows exactly what she wants in her stocking her gorgeous colleague Lance Spencer. He’s a sexy, brilliant, caring doctor and, best of all, he’s just as averse to walking down the aisle as she is! They agree to indulge in a sizzling fling that will absolutely not end in wedded bliss. But even the best laid plans can go awry… Will risking their hearts lead to wedding bells?

#5 It Started in a Cupboard

It Started in a Cupboard Book Kenneth Calman
  • Author : Kenneth Calman
  • Publisher : Luath Press Ltd
  • Release Date : 2019-08-15
  • Total Pages : 240
  • Genre : Biography & Autobiography
  • Review : (225)

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Sir Kenneth Calman’s extraordinary life story is based on a passionate love of learning – and it all began with him doing his homework by candlelight in a cupboard of his mum’s Glasgow council house. He went on to be at the forefront of three different medical revolutions – oncology, palliative care and the use of the arts in medical education – and to help guide the country through the BSE/VCJD health crisis. As Scotland’s and then England’s Chief Medical Officer the reforms he pushed through saved many lives by improving both cancer care and the training of doctors. Few people know as much about learning, laughter, health and happiness – or, come to that, sundials, beagles, cathedrals and cartoons. And few people have touched so many lives, especially those of the seriously ill and dying, with quite as much grace, humour and humanity.

#6 A Commentary on the Gospel of John

A Commentary on the Gospel of John Book David Pawson
  • Author : David Pawson
  • Publisher : Anchor Recordings Ltd.
  • Release Date : 2015-06-24
  • Total Pages : 431
  • Genre : Religion
  • Review : (319)

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'John is a remarkable Gospel, utterly different from the other three. It reflects the unique insights of the man who was closest to Jesus while he was on earth, and is full of concern that we should not just know about what Jesus did, but should also realize who he was. It reflects, too, John's burden the believers in Jesus should not be side-tracked by erroneous teaching, whether concerning Jesus' identity or the veracity of his claims. He wanted believers to be absolutely sure that eyewitnesses, Jesus' own words and his astonishing works all point to one who was truly God come in the flesh, the living Word, the very glory of God among humanity. John's collected evidence and proof all make the most compelling testimony to Jesus' right to demand our on-going trust and obedience.'

#7 Everybody In The Church Ain't Saved

Everybody In The Church Ain't Saved Book Patti Trafton
  • Author : Patti Trafton
  • Publisher : Urban Books
  • Release Date : 2012-08-15
  • Total Pages : 304
  • Genre : Fiction
  • Review : (1)

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Meet the members of the Love, Joy, Peace and Deliverance Community Choir, a group of young adults joined together through their passion for singing the Lord's praises—although their hearts are far from the things of God. Patrice Russell was raised in the church, but she is hell bent on living like the devil, not even trying to get help for the sex addiction she knows she has. Lorene McCall has been Patrice's best friend since childhood. When she's not singing, Lorene is cussin' like a sailor. Then she meets the man who inspires her to turn her life around. When an enemy from his past shows up to settle a score, Glen Pearson is out to win by any means necessary, even if it means violating the woman he loves. Dwayne Mitchell is battling with his sexual identity. When his mother makes a startling confession on her deathbed, Dwayne promises to stop allowing men to use his body. How long will he be able to hold to that promise? They may be faithful churchgoers, but this group proves that everybody in the church ain't saved!

#8 The Precarious Organisation

The Precarious Organisation Book Mady A. Thung
  • Author : Mady A. Thung
  • Publisher : Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG
  • Release Date : 2016-05-24
  • Total Pages : 359
  • Genre : Religion
  • Review : (195)

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The series Religion and Society (RS) contributes to the exploration of religions as social systems – both in Western and non-Western societies; in particular, it examines religions in their differentiation from, and intersection with, other cultural systems, such as art, economy, law and politics. Due attention is given to paradigmatic case or comparative studies that exhibit a clear theoretical orientation with the empirical and historical data of religion and such aspects of religion as ritual, the religious imagination, constructions of tradition, iconography, or media. In addition, the formation of religious communities, their construction of identity, and their relation to society and the wider public are key issues of this series.

#9 Trip Around the Sun First Leg

Trip Around the Sun First Leg Book Joe Colby
  • Author : Joe Colby
  • Publisher : Yorkshire Publishing
  • Release Date : 2022-07-28
  • Total Pages : 116
  • Genre : Fiction
  • Review : (123)

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It was called the roaring twenties. Bars were known as speakeasies. Radio sped to the inquisitive ear news of the world, Ford sold over a million Model-Ts, and a hardworking man could feed a family of six on ten dollars a day - with a nickel left over. The year was 1926, a time that a boy of thirteen - with his three siblings, his mother, and father - would take a yearlong travel from California to America's heartland, Missouri. This is but one leg of the story. You'll experience the challenges endured by our thirteen-year-old-long before there were freeways, air conditioning, and even in places paved roads. When you're a poor, migrant, farm-working family, you may hope for a change or better conditions, but it's probably not coming. To complain about it only makes it worse. The days turn into weeks for the family as they move firsthand through the elements of their travel. Rain, heat, dust, cold, rain, sunny days, starlit nights, rain - and, oh, let it be known, there was rain. All between each flat tire or breakdown of the car. A boy's character was built and rebuilt each new day.