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Author: Rebecca Ascher-Walsh
Publisher: National Geographic Books
ISBN: 1426211589
Pages: 160
Year: 2013
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A gift book collection of inspiring dog stories combines uplifting photographs with accounts of canine companions who comfort veterans, detect cancer, learn to surf and engage in rescue operations.
Author: Jennifer Mathieu
Publisher: Roaring Brook Press
ISBN: 1596439122
Pages: 336
Year: 2015-06-02
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Rachel Walker is devoted to God. She prays every day, attends Calvary Christian Church with her family, helps care for her five younger siblings, dresses modestly, and prepares herself to be a wife and mother who serves the Lord with joy. But Rachel is curious about the world her family has turned away from, and increasingly finds that neither the church nor her homeschool education has the answers she craves. Rachel has always found solace in her beliefs, but now she can't shake the feeling that her devotion might destroy her soul.
Author: Hilary Duff
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1442408561
Pages: 368
Year: 2012-11-06
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When her recently discovered soulmate Sage is kidnapped, photojournalist Clea Raymond makes an uneasy alliance with his enemies, not knowing if he is dead or alive, in a desperate attempt to be reunited with him.
The Devoted: A Novel
Author: Blair Hurley
Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company
ISBN: 0393651606
Pages: 320
Year: 2018-08-21
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A spellbinding confession of what it means to abandon one life for another, The Devoted asks what it takes, and what you’ll sacrifice, to find enlightenment. Nicole Hennessy’s life revolves around her Zen practice at the Boston Zendo, seeking solace in the tenets of Buddhism to the chagrin of her Irish Catholic family. After a decade of grueling spiritual practice under her Master’s tutelage, living on a shoestring budget as a shop clerk, Nicole has become dangerously entangled with her mentor. As Nicole confronts her past—a drug-fueled year spent fleeing her family’s loaded silences and guilt-laden "Our Fathers"—and reinvents herself in New York City, her Master’s intoxicating voice pursues her, an electrifying whisper on the other end of the phone. Somehow, he knows everything. In deft, soaring prose that bristles with psychological and erotic tension, Blair Hurley crafts a thrilling exploration of Nicole’s ecstatic quest for spirituality.
Thunder of Judgement
Author: Edwin Yip
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1479705632
Pages: 224
Year: 2012-10
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Erwin is one of many orphans living in the Land of Garmando, a self sustainable and fortified complex with military might and significant political relevance. Unlike the rest of the commoners in Elemation, the dream to become devoted to a high ranking noble is no mere fantasy. Does he have what it takes to protect, serve and obey his master for all eternity? This is complicated and preceded by the death of his brother.
Author: Dick Hoyt
Publisher: Da Capo Press
ISBN: 0306819023
Pages: 232
Year: 2010-04-13
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The remarkable story of a father’s devotion to his wheelchair-bound son and how their bond inspired millions of people worldwide. Born a spastic quadraplegic, Rick Hoyt was written off by numerous doctors. They advised his parents, Dick and Judy, to put their firstborn son in an institution. But Rick’s parents refused. Determined to give their son every opportunity that “normal” kids had, they made sure to include Rick in everything they did, especially with their other two sons, Rob and Russ. But home was one thing, the world at large, another. Repeatedly rebuffed by school administrators who resisted their attempts to enroll Rick in school, Rick’s mother worked tirelessly to help pass a landmark bill, Chapter 766, the first special-education reform law in the country. As a result, Rick and other physically disabled kids were able to attend public school in Massachusetts. But how would Rick communicate when he couldn’t talk? To overcome this daunting obstacle, Dick and Judy worked with Dr. William Crochetiere, then chairman of the engineering department at Tufts University, and several enterprising graduate students, including Rick Foulds, to create the Tufts Interactive Communication device (TCI). In the Hoyt household, it became known as the “Hope machine,” as it enabled Rick to create sentences by pressing his head against a metal bar. For the first time ever, Rick was able to communicate. Then one day Rick asked his dad to enter a charity race, but there was a twist. Rick wanted to run too. Dick had never run a race before, but more challenging still, he would have to push his son’s wheelchair at the same time. But once again, the Hoyts were determined to overcome whatever obstacle was put in their way. Now, over one thousand races later, including numerous marathons and triathlons, Dick Hoyt continues to push Rick’s wheelchair. Affectionately known worldwide as Team Hoyt, they are as devoted as ever, continuing to inspire millions and embodying their trademark motto of “Yes, you can.”
Author: Marjorie Jackson
Publisher: Barbour Publishing
ISBN: 1683223330
Pages: 176
Year: 2017-05-01
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Life is good with a God who is great! What’s a girl to do in a changing world full of darkness, distractions, pressure, lies, and uncertainty? Is it really possible for a twenty-first-century young woman to live a life in direct contrast to culture’s ever-changing standards? The answer is yes! With a Lord like Jesus, guidance like the Holy Spirit’s, and that powerful weapon we call the Holy Bible, God’s truth is ours to live out. Come learn along with talented young author, Marjorie Jackson, in this devotional about letting our love and dedication to Jesus penetrate every area of life—our relationships, our decisions, our standards, our convictions, our priorities, our everything. Whether you’re a long-time Christian or you’ve still got your spiritual training wheels on, get ready to dive into God’s Word and discover what it truly means to be a young woman of God who is completely, joyfully, beautifully different. Special Features Include: Unique Hand-Lettered Art Pages for Coloring Key Scripture Verses Personal/Small Group Study Questions
Author: Arron Chambers
Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.
ISBN: 1612916376
Pages: 272
Year: 2014-09-01
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Being a disciple of Jesus is an issue of devotion rather than duty. Before Peter began the most important act of his life—discipleship—Jesus didn’t ask him, “How many chapters of the Torah did you read today?” or “Are you attending services at the synagogue each week?” or “Did you give your tithe today?” No, before Peter began his journey of discipleship, Jesus asked him, “Do you love Me?” Arron Chambers thinks that we are asking new disciples of Christ the wrong questions and that it’s time to start truly following the example of Christ by asking of disciples what Christ asked of Peter: devotion, not duty. In Devoted, Arron presents a new paradigm for discipleship: falling in love with Jesus. This approach to discipleship emphasizes passion for Jesus as opposed to a plan for following Jesus.
Author: Tim Challies
ISBN: 1941114644
Pages: 130
Year: 2018-05
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History tells of women whose love for the Bible shaped its earliest and most prominent teachers. It tells of women who were great theologians, yet whose only students were their children. It tells, time and again, of Christian men who owe much to their godly mothers. Come take a brief look at eleven of them. from the church's earliest days to now.
Author: Brett Eastonfield
Publisher: Brett Eastonfield
ISBN: 1465886699
Year: 2011-07-09
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The Climatologist
Year: 1892
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Deeply Devoted (The Blue Willow Brides Book #1)
Author: Maggie Brendan
Publisher: Baker Books
ISBN: 1441234020
Pages: 352
Year: 2011-09-01
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When Catharine Olsen leaves Holland for America as a mail-order bride, she brings along some extra baggage: two sisters, her mother's set of Blue Willow china, and a tragic past. When she arrives in Cheyenne, Wyoming, she promptly marries Peter Andersen and dreams of starting life over in this rugged land. Peter is kind and patient with Catharine and accommodating to her sisters. His mother, however, is not. When she begins a campaign to sabotage Peter's marriage, Catharine is distraught, worried that her secret past will be discovered. Will her life end up as nothing but broken pieces? Or will these trials make her stronger? Readers will love negotiating the clash of cultures and class as a highborn European and a Western wheat farmer learn to love one another and trust God with both the past and the future.
The devoted
Author: Charlotte Bury
Pages: 866
Year: 1836
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Author: Alice Borchardt, Anne Rice
Publisher: Signet
ISBN: 0451403967
Pages: 524
Year: 1996
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Bound by a shared determination to save their people from Viking conquerors, Elin, a mistress of the forbidden powers, and Owen, a warrior-bishop, discover a burning love for each other. Reprint.
Author: Hilary Duff
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1442408561
Pages: 368
Year: 2012-11-06
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When her recently discovered soulmate Sage is kidnapped, photojournalist Clea Raymond makes an uneasy alliance with his enemies, not knowing if he is dead or alive, in a desperate attempt to be reunited with him.

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