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Remedial and Surrogate Parenting:
A Resource for Parents, Teachers, and Childcare Services
by Hollis L. Green
This book is a suitable syllabus for Human Development: The Early Years (Birth to Twenty) -- A study of physical, emotional, cognitive, social, moral/spiritual, and personality factors as they influence development through the life cycle stages (Birth to Twenty) in Family Life Education courses that require NCFR Criteria #3. Just like footprints, each child is different and age-specific care is required. Dr. Green's effort is to assure a positive and professional attitude among parents and others in child care, to provide sufficient knowledge of remedial development, and to provide basic guidance as to personal and professional behavior necessary to make parenting work in the home and with needy children in the custodial arena. It can be both a study and a reference guide for parents and personnel working in children's homes, and foster parents who pick up the slack in society when custodial care is not sufficient or government agencies are slow to respond to the needs of children.
Will The Real Jesus Please Stand Up?
by Dennis Ingolfsland
There was once a TV show called, "To Tell the Truth." It was a game show in which a panel of four celebrities was given the name and unusual occupation of one of three contestants. The panel had to ask the contestants questions in an attempt to determine which contestant performed the unusual occupation. At the end of the show the host would ask, "Will the real [contestant name] please stand up?" Considering all the different views of Jesus presented in books, magazines and movies today, people today might feel like asking, "Will the real Jesus please stand up?"
Dance with the Trinity: Pursuing God in Spirit and Truth
by Dr. Rye Bell
Knowing God is simple yet profound. Refusing to sidestep difficult issues, the author guides through scriptural direction and insightful narrative to find that place of intimacy he calls "The Dance". A motivator and a study guide, this book on relationships with God and fellow human beings will open the reader's mind to the reality of dancing with the Trinity.
The Evergreen Devotional: Complete New Testament
by Hollis L. Green
The New Testament is designed to guide our relationship with God and behavior toward others. This completed edition is the result of 42 years of labor translating NT Greek into a common devotional language. It is a candid rendering in chronologic order by books, in 5 sections. This text is true to the original language, but easy to read and understand.
Scripture means exactly what the first person who heard it understood it to mean; not what culture, tradition, or translators interpret the words to mean.
Getting a sense of the original intent provides an improved devotional understanding of the inspired text and will enable believers to remain Evergreen with daily renewal.
Thinking Outside the Frame: How Artists Make Actual Money in the Virtual World
by Gayle Etcheverry
"When I started as an artist there were no manuals to teach me the basics; nothing in print or online that showed me what to do. Now that I am living my dream and working as a paid artist, I get asked, "How do you do it? How did you become an artist - and make money at it?"
Answering these questions I realized I should write a manual; the book originally sought after when I started. This conclusion lead me to "think outside the frame" and fill this book with everything useful; all of the tools and information, the knowledge and inspiration to "promote yourself" and become a working? PAID? Artist!
The Threshold of Paradise
by Joshua Collins
The ancient east meets the present west in a deathly enclosure that leads to an ending the reader will not anticipate. Amid suspicions of infidelity, self-incriminating communications and a mysterious third-party, an ordinary couple discovers the extraordinary history of marriage at its very origin. Experience an all-too-common scenario that finds itself in a completely uncommon situation, a predicament that interlaces doubt with hope.