Siempre recuerda… Mamá te ama y Papá te ama. Tu hermano te ama, y tu hermana te ama. Tu abuela te ama, y tu abuelo te ama. Tus tías y tus tíos te aman, y tus primos te aman. Y tus amigos te aman. Pero más que todo… ¡Jesús te ama!
Everyone has a dream. Having taught school for fifty plus years, selling World Book Encyclopedias, setting up school libraries, and a special chemical library, I have catalogued a lot of books. For many years I have wanted to write a book sharing my story.Janie's Unbelievable Journey: Inspirational Letters Along the Wayis Janie Wilkins's true story of life as a wife, mother, and educator. She is a lifelong educator with a host of experiences and accomplishments. Growing up in rural north Louisiana, The daughter of a mail carrier, Wilkins went on to attend Louisiana Tech University and was the first student in Louisiana Tech's history to graduate with certification in library science and as president of Tech's first library club. Janie also graduated with a B.A. In English and social studies from Louisiana Tech University. In her career, she has touched many lives through classroom instruction in English and social studies and by setting up numerous public school libraries in Brevard County, Florida. In her free time, she continued her investment in children by becoming one of World Book Encyclopedia's best sales representatives in the south. She was presented the keys To The city of Dallas for her outstanding World Book sales as a teacher representative.
After captivating thousands of readers to embrace their own unique light in "Shine from Within", Nikki Banas returns with her much anticipated second collection of letters in "Along the Way" to inspire boundless light throughout every journey.You will embark on countless unique, life-changing, and transformative journeys throughout your life. Some will last a lifetime and some just a season. Some of them will begin by complete surprise and others will be carefully planned out and measured from the beginning. Some paths you will wish you could walk forever and some you will wish came to an end much sooner. Some will be full of wonderful highs and others will test your strength and courage through its lows. Whether the path you are on right now is easy or difficult, whether it is clear or foggy, whether you are trekking alone or with others, know that there is always, always, so much light, love, magic, and wonder to be found all along the way. So keep your eyes wide, your heart open, and allow yourself to experience all of the beautiful things this life has to offer along the way.
The author shares her deepest thoughts and communications from her journey conversations with God. Prayers Gathered Along the Way is a compelling, gripping, and mesmerizing collections of letters and conversations that takes you through a journey of prayers collected for the heart, mind, and soul for the purpose to help others who are going through heartache. This book is intended for healing, and moving forward from infidelity, divorce, loss, and grief. Prayer 11 Surround my home and my family with Angels from the Holy Spirit. Don't let any unclean spirits get in the way in Jesus name. Open my eyes and heart of understanding not only to my needs but of the needs to others around me too. Open the spiritual eyes to see what is right, what is wrong and to know the difference. Open the mind, heart, and eyes to see love, honor, and respect correctly. Lord, remove the distractions from blocking my view in what you need me to do. Show me through it all, by your power. Don't allow me to put anything before you and asking for my family to do the same. Lord, bring your fighting Angels, I can't battle this anymore. Bring you protecting Angels and give me the victory. Glory be to God the Almighty. In Jesus name, Amen!
The intention of this series of devotionals is to give the reader a nugget of biblical truth and wisdom to carry throughout his/her day.We are encouraged in Scripture to meditate on the Word of God - that is to allow the words we read each day to permeate our minds and hearts.This series is designed with the busy Christian in mind. Although it is not meant in any way to replace personal Bible study, this series is meant to supplement it."Give us this day our daily bread..."
Suitcase Letters is a collection of letters written by the author, John Howse then 19 years old, to his Mother and family. Howse left Cootamundra, his small town in New South Wales, Australia, boarding a ship bound for Europe. His letters home relayed the tales and adventures from England, Europe, and then from across the pond in North America. Howse first wrote from onboard the S.S. Otranto, en-route across the Ocean to Europe, from various ports along the way, and once docked, offering up keen impressions of the other side of the world. From sleeping in haystacks along the road in Belgium, working in the mines of Northern England, to seeing some of the great stage actors in London and musicians in New York City, the reader is given a rare look through the adventurous eyes of a young man coming of age. When Howse returned back to his home 14 years later, he found his mother had kept all of his letters in a leather travel bag atop her bedroom wardrobe. A few years later, after her death, the bag had migrated to a back bedroom. Subsequent visits found it progressively on the back porch to a shelf in the garage and finally rather unceremoniously under an awning but otherwise exposed to the Australian critters and weather. Luckily, Howse then reclaimed the letters. These many letters are a joy to read, giving the reader a window unto the optimistic possibilities of the 1950's for a young traveler, and the idea that even then, the world was both enormous and familiar as there was always another young traveler easily found. The stories in the letters will bring laughter, wonder, and hopefully, tap into a sense of adventure for the reader to explore the world themselves.
A celebrated jazz writer offers fascinating portraits of friends he's known during a lifetime in jazz For more than half a century, jazz writer and lyricist Gene Lees has been the friend of many in the world of jazz music. In this delightful book he offers minibiographies of fifteen of these friends--some of them jazz greats, some lesser-known figures, and some up-and-comers. Combining conversations and memoirs with critical commentary, Lees's insightful and intimate profiles will captivate jazz fans, performers, and historians alike. The subjects of the book range from the versatile orchestrator and arranger Claus Ogerman to legendary jazz broadcaster Willis Conover, from the gifted young Chinese violinist Yue Deng to undersung pianist Junior Mance. Lees writes about these figures both as musicians and as human beings, and he writes out of a conviction that jazz as an art form represents the highest values of American culture. Inviting us into the lives of these unique individuals, Lees offers an affectionate view of the jazz community that only an insider could provide.
What's it all about... this crazy thing called life and how can we make the most of it? One woman answers these big questions, as she takes a voyage through the past, the present, the players, and the ponderings of her life - sending love letters back to them all along the way. Can letters change a life? They have already changed the life of the author and touched the hearts of the thousands of people around the world who have already read her Peachey Letters Blog... Now in book form, these letters do so many things - they entertain, engage, elucidate and energise, and more than that they ultimately show us how to let go and really love life, living it to the full...