Islam: The House I Left Behind is a fascinating story and a beautifully written account of Dr. Daniel Shayesteh's life journey from Islam to Christ.
Author: Daniel Shayesteh
Publisher: 21st Century Press
Islam: The House I Left Behind is a fascinating story and a beautifully written account of Dr. Daniel Shayesteh's life journey from Islam to Christ. It is extremely touching, captivating and poetic in many areas. The color he has added in painting a picture of Iran, its cultural richness, its clash with Islamic culture is all a wealth of education and awakening for the world. His life journey is an ordained life journey that takes him through the cultures, religions and philosophies and eventually estalishes him in a house made by the hands of God.
Dr. Daniel Shayesteh's life journey took him from Islam to Christ.
Author: Daniel Shayesteh
Dr. Daniel Shayesteh's life journey took him from Islam to Christ. He was raised a practicing Muslim in Iran, involved in the Iranian Islamic Revolution and Muslim politics. When he lost favor with extremists, survived death row, but was released, and escaped to Turkey, he found Christians who led him to Christ. Here his story gives insights into the culturally rich Iran, its clash with Islamic culture, and the threat of radical Islam in the world.
Designed to be a witnessing tool as well as informative reading, this book answers questions those who have not received Christ will have after the rapture.
Author: Peter Lalonde
Publisher: Cloud Ten Pictures Incorporated
From the co-author of The Mark of the Beast, comes a revealing and intriguing look at the time on Earth between the rapture and Christ's second coming. Designed to be a witnessing tool as well as informative reading, this book answers questions those who have not received Christ will have after the rapture.
We had a good night, Lorraine and myself headed home in a taxi and so did
mum and Kathleen. The next morning Lorraine and I went to Lorraine's mother's
house for breakfast, a big slap up fry; Lorraine's mother really knew how to make
Author: Amanda Evans
A portrayal of the pain and suffering felt by the survivors of suicide. This book portrays the grief of a mother and daughter affected by suicide. The proceeds for this book will be donated to various organisations to help prevent suicide.
Readers will be touched and inspired by this latest novel from bestselling author Lurlene McDaniel: Beth's world has been torn apart.
Author: Lurlene McDaniel
Publisher: Laurel Leaf
Readers will be touched and inspired by this latest novel from bestselling author Lurlene McDaniel: Beth's world has been torn apart. She cannot figure out how to go on when a car accident claims the lives of her entire family, and she is the only survivor. Things seem to get even worse when she moves in with her aunt and her spoiled cousin, Terri. But with the love and support of her aunt and some unexpected friends, Beth struggles to overcome the despair that threatens to consume her. Will she be able to move past the painful memories without feeling guilty for being a survivor? From the Paperback edition.
Mama got a job as a house cleaner and Papa leaves early every morning to
stand in front of Home Depot. I mostly stay in the house taking care of the
annoying Juanito but today I attended my first English class at the adult school.
The adult ...
Author: Steven Mark Pinto
Publisher: Child Left Behind
Harley Justin Butler is a cool East Bay detective with a reputation for getting results in spite of his ADD. He didn't seem like he'd have much to gain by going undercover as a teacher at LBJ High, a tough school in the Iron Triangle section of Richmond to investigate the Alma Vargas murder. But something in Harley's core told him it was the right thing to do. You see Alma, an illegal immigrant from Mexico, was a stellar student at LBJ High. Alive, she was looked to up to by her peers but considered an annoyance by administrators, disappointed that she advertised the school's dirty laundry to the public. Dead, she becomes a martyr to students and someone the administrators would just as soon forget. Follow Harley as he seeks justice for Alma and along the way discovers some secrets of the soul.Sensual, Suspenseful, and Subversive! The most intriguing novel to come out of the States in years!Marcelo Oliveira - A Folha de Boa Viagem
They left the house in York when Jo was twelve years old. She got up when the
alarm went off on a perfectly ordinary Friday morning. There was no milk in the
fridge, just two halfempty bottles of white wine and a carton of apple juice.
Author: James Long
Publisher: Hachette UK
In a Somerset village, a teenage boy confronts a teacher with a story he should know nothing about. The boy's impossible knowledge uncovers memories Michael Martin has done his utmost to forget - and soon propels him into danger. As Martin confronts his past once more, three girls arrive in the village of Pen Selwood, one of them drawn by an ancient instinct to find a man called Ferney. Her actions reignite a love story, an instinct that cannot be broken, irrespective of the hurt and danger it brings to those around them...
The group of approximately twelve kids all stopped to hear what D'Marcus had to
say. “Say Curtis, did you see what happend last week. “Yeah, my momma and
sister left me in the house by myself. I'm with my friends now”, Curtis said as his ...
Author: Herman Fontenette
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
It was the last days on Earth. Deception was in its greatest form as people worshipped money and the things it brought foward. Deonica Joyner thought she had it made as her bank account grew from dating a multi-millionaire oil tycoon. She turned her back on spirituality only to be left-behind on Earth. The Wallace twins had the best opportunity to be caught up with their mother than the thugs they ran the streets with. They too became left-behind as they witnessed Jesus in the sky while on a mission to Mexico to rescue Deonica from her captives. She placed money over God as the twins chose the thug-life to be Left Behind with the Homies.
sadness behind it. My younger brothers and I had to stay at the house with our
maid, Anna Mae. We weren't allowed to play with our friends that day, so I played
with my dolls and my brothers with their trucks. Anna Mae did her chores but she
Author: Jeanne Vadala O'Donnell
Publisher: Tate Publishing
Unaware at the time, the unexpected death of her fahter would shatter the life of this five-year-old girl. She managed to get through the next few years adjusting to a large, blended family and calling another man Daddy. But something happened to her one night that marked a realization that life offers a seemingly endless supply of pain and emptiness. It was a pivotal poem that woke Jeanne O'Donnell with this revelation, the poem that became the impetus for A Child Left Behind. She carried it with her into adulthood, where she began a life of immorality, common to her free love generation. It was a shocking response from a date one evening that led her to the day that would changer her life forever. Yet her struggles continued, as did her poetry. They provided the stages for her metamorphosis, until she learned where to find the love she lost when she became A Child Left Behind. This book's genre is unique and a must read for anyone who has loved and lost.
The striking part was that my dad was there with us and we took one final walk
through the house before we left it for good and my dad left with us. More recently
, I had a dream about our vacation. My sister, dad and I always took a oneweek ...
Author: Karen Mueller Bryson
In this collection of interviews with survivors of suicide, individuals talk candidly and intimately about how their lives have been impacted by the suicide of a family member or close friend. Over 50 individuals were willing to share their personal tragedies as a way of helping others who face a similar loss as well as educating the public about the issues survivors of suicide face. Their willingness to share their stories is a testament to their endurance and strength in the face of adversity.
He stopped. 'This is my house, you're welcome to call a cab and wait here. I can
make you a coffee to sober you up. Not that I'm suggesting you need to.' I thought
about walking the distance home. 'Black, two sugars,' I said, stumbling up the ...
Author: Colette McBeth
Publisher: Hachette UK
I know who attacked her. The same man who killed me... Six years ago Melody was left for dead. When the body of another woman, Eve, is discovered, Melody knows her attacker is still out there. The only way she can survive is to follow the clues of the life that Eve left behind. A gripping psychological thriller that will keep you gripped to the page. With rave reviews from Paula Hawkins and Marian Keyes, this should be your next summer read! 'The plot is taut and compelling, and the writing is excellent' MARIAN KEYES 'A well-paced, meticulously-researched thriller which is not just gripping but compassionate, too' PAULA HAWKINS, author of THE GIRL ON THE TRAIN What readers are saying about The Life I Left Behind: 'I was completely blown away. An outstanding read, brilliantly written' 'A fabulously twisty thriller that worked so well. Well written storyline, tension and pace. A definitely 5 star read for me' 'Kept me turning the pages until the very end with my heart in my throat. A fast-paced thriller with great characters and sharp social observations... a real treat'
No Child Left Behind : how can we increase parental awareness of supplemental education services? : hearing before the Committee on Education and the Workforce, U.S. House of Representatives, One Hundred Ninth Congress, second session, ...
Author: United States. Congress
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
No Child Left Behind : how can we increase parental awareness of supplemental education services? : hearing before the Committee on Education and the Workforce, U.S. House of Representatives, One Hundred Ninth Congress, second session, September 21, 2006.
His car pulled over to the side of the road and stopped; he waited a minute until
all the dust he had kicked up settled ... He looked one more time at the woman
and the next thing you knew he was off running behind the house to the fields in
Author: Andrew Sheehy
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
No Child Left Behind explores the legal ramifications of a baby born after a botched abortion. The custody battle divides the nation once again, and both sides descend upon a Hereford Texas courthouse outraged with only the child stuck in the middle.
Those She Left Behind When Kathryn Garner took her life, she could not have
known the devastation she would unleash for her family, friends ... Dream House
Nightmare The house that has everything is worth busting your budget for... isn't it
Author: Tonya Thomas
Publisher: Four Winds
When Kathryn Garner took her life, she could not have known the devastation she would unleash for her family, friends, and the people she came in contact with every day. She was hurting, but she did she have any clue as to the pain her ultimate solution would cause the other women in her life? Dealing with the aftermath of suicide is difficult for family, friends, and even people who knew the deceased in everyday situations. That one desperate act unravels so many lives. Sometimes it helps to know that there are others going through the same kind of turmoil as Those She Left Behind.
Unlike the situation in the House, most Republicans in the Senate felt
comfortable enough with the final legislation to endorse the bill (U.S. Congress
1994c, S10316). ESEA Conference Committee When Congress reconvened
following its ...
Author: Maris Vinovskis
Publisher: Teachers College Press
Distinguished historian and policy analyst Maris Vinovskis examines federal K-12 education policies, beginning with the publication of A Nation at Risk and focusing on the National Education Goals, America 2000, Goals 2000, and No Child Left Behind. In addition to discussing key policy debates, he also addresses the practical aspects of implementing and evaluating school and classroom reforms, drawing on his unique experiences working in the Department of Education during both the George H.W. Bush and Bill Clinton administrations.
A troubled home life, his parents' divorce, and being kicked out of the house by
his father had left him rootless. He dropped out of school to get his GED and
enlist in the army. Almost the first thing he discovered about himself in the army
Author: Charles W. Sasser
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
The 10th Mountain Division is known as the most deployed unit in the U.S. Army. Today the War on Terror has drawn it to Afghanistan and Iraq. To Lieutenant Colonel Mike Infanti's unit fell the pacification of a hellish hotbed of terrorism south of Baghdad dubbed "The Triangle of Death." Of the more than three thousand Americans killed since the start of the war, over one thousand were in this region. Colonel Infanti assigned Delta Company to the most dangerous sector of the Triangle, a five-mile stretch of road that paralleled the Euphrates River in a series of blind s-curves where death stalked the Americans day and night. Delta knew they were virtually assured of getting hit on a daily basis. Each day and night became something to be dreaded and feared, exacting a heavy psychological toll on soldiers stressed to the limits of their mental and physical endurance. In the predawn of May 12, 2007, two Humvees occupied by seven soldiers and an Iraqi translator were ambushed by insurgents. When the smoke cleared, four soldiers and the translator were dead and three were missing, presumably seized by the enemy. For over a year, Delta searched for their missing comrades, never giving up hope. Their creed of battle: None Left Behind