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The Minister, the Missionary, & the Mission Field By J.T. Lyons
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THE CALL OF GOD is still at work in the hearts of God's most faithful servants. With child-like faith and iron-clad conviction that can come only from over forty-five years of experience in... More > preaching the Gospel, Dr. J.T. Lyons outlines the responsibilities of the minister and the missionary in their relationships to one another in light of the Lord's command to "Go ye" into all the world and preach the Gospel. This book is designed for both the seasoned pastor and the newly appointed missionary. To those living in the post-modern era of the twenty-first century, Dr. Lyons assures us of the vitality and relevance of communication between ministers and the need to understand one another for the sake of the Gospel. From the first century to the present, the mission field continues before us and calls us to organize, communicate, and give the message that, without limits of culture or language, goes into all the world to every creature. Dr. Lyons' work is a clarion call to do just that.< Less
The Minister, the Missionary, & the Mission Field By J.T. Lyons
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THE CALL OF GOD is still at work in the hearts of God's most faithful servants. With child-like faith and iron-clad conviction that can come only from over forty-five years of experience in... More > preaching the Gospel, Dr. J.T. Lyons outlines the responsibilities of the minister and the missionary in their relationships to one another in light of the Lord's command to "Go ye" into all the world and preach the Gospel. This book is designed for both the seasoned pastor and the newly appointed missionary. To those living in the post-modern era of the twenty-first century, Dr. Lyons assures us of the vitality and relevance of communication between ministers and the need to understand one another for the sake of the Gospel. From the first century to the present, the mission field continues before us and calls us to organize, communicate, and give the message that, without limits of culture or language, goes into all the world to every creature. Dr. Lyons' work is a clarion call to do just that.< Less
TERMCRAFT: The emergence of terminology science — Volume 1: The First Scribal Arts and Techniques By J. L. F. LAMBERT
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Jean Lambert’s meticulously elaborated work "Termcraft: The emergence of terminology science from the Vinčans and Sumerians to Aristotle" sheds new light on the emergence of... More > terminology in earliest periods of inter-human language development. – Dr. Christian Galinski, Infoterm (Vienna, Austria) Prof Lambert’s work explores the roots of terminology from the earliest times, tracing the history of the Term from mankind’s very beginnings to modern applications of terminology science. He gives a lucid account of the different philosophical underpinnings which have shaped terminology theory and practice through the ages. – Prof E Taljard, Department of African Languages (U. of Pretoria) Lambert goes much further into the day-today needs, business concerns, religious beliefs, and priorities of these cultures than many history textbooks. Thanks to this, Termcraft nearly doubles as a walk-through of the ancient world. […] Termcraft is well worth the slow read. – Anna Call (ForeWord Clarion Reviews – Five Stars)< Less
Embrace Ultra-Ability! Wisdom, Insight & Motivation from the Blind Who Sees Far and Wide By Shirley Cheng
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Life is musical, yet your heart has to know how to pick up the beat to dance to its lovely tunes. Embrace Ultra-Ability! will gently guide you through the dance steps so you can waltz to the music of... More > life. Filled with the blind author's precocious wisdom and insight, this book empowers you to accept all the jewels Jehovah God Almighty abundantly supplies us, and supports you on your journey to using the gifts wisely. Once you have welcomed all His treasures--from love to hope--be ready to dance with your heart to life's wondrous melodies! "If there is ever to be a poster person for people with ultra-abilities, it would have to be twenty-four-year-old Shirley Cheng. ...(a) power-packed guide...full of sage advice, helpful exercises, common sense analyses...tough love prescriptions..." -ForeWord CLARION Reviews< Less
Breaking In: The www.JobsPage.com Guide to Newspaper Internships By Joe Grimm
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Breaking In is the insider's guide to landing -- and acing -- your newspaper internship. These are your strategies for applying, interviewing, succeeding and then using your newspaper internship to... More > launch your career. This book is based on the www.JobsPage.com Web site, which Detroit Free Press Recruiting and Development Editor Joe Grimm created as a strategy guide to newspaper careers. Twenty recruiters, editors and journalists have contributed. They include: Richard Holden and Linda Shockley, Dow Jones Newspaper Fund; George Rede, The Oregonian; Bobbi Bowman, American Society of Newspaper Editors; Cedric Bryant, Gannett; Randy Hagihara, Los Angeles Times; Theola S. Labbe, the Washington Post; Reginald A. Stuart and Harry Walker, McClatchy; Walter Middlebrook, The Detroit News; Cathy Panagoulias, Wall Street Journal; Melissa Jordan, San Jose Mercury News; Don Hudson, (Jackson, Miss.) Clarion-Ledger; Kathy Pellegrino, (South Florida) Sun-Sentinel.< Less
Breaking In: The www.JobsPage.com Guide to Newspaper Internships By Joe Grimm
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Breaking In is the insider's guide to landing -- and acing -- your newspaper internship. These are your strategies for applying, interviewing, succeeding and then using your newspaper internship to... More > launch your career. This book is based on the www.JobsPage.com Web site, which Detroit Free Press Recruiting and Development Editor Joe Grimm created as a strategy guide to newspaper careers. Twenty recruiters, editors and journalists have contributed. They include: Richard Holden and Linda Shockley, Dow Jones Newspaper Fund; George Rede, The Oregonian; Bobbi Bowman, American Society of Newspaper Editors; Cedric Bryant, Gannett; Randy Hagihara, Los Angeles Times; Theola S. Labbe, the Washington Post; Reginald A. Stuart and Harry Walker, McClatchy; Walter Middlebrook, The Detroit News; Cathy Panagoulias, Wall Street Journal; Melissa Jordan, San Jose Mercury News; Don Hudson, (Jackson, Miss.) Clarion-Ledger; Kathy Pellegrino, (South Florida) Sun-Sentinel.< Less
Inventions That Built the Information Technology Revolution By Rhys McCarney Ph. D.
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In 1975, there were a couple thousand physicists doing research in the areas of optics and semiconductor devices. A handful of scientists created a few inventions that formed the hardware platform... More > for computers, mobile devices, the internet and broadband communication. They received plaques acknowledging the brilliance of their work. Today, computer, internet and social media software – which wouldn’t exist without the platform – is king. Five high tech corporations make up 12% of the US market capitalization of public companies. Many titans have wealth of $10 to $100B. How did so many derive so much wealth from the inventions of so few who received so little? “… a sweeping and deeply intelligent look at the history of an industry that has done more to shape the modern world than any other.” - Foreword Clarion Reviews. “…exactingly argued and refreshingly original.” “A painstaking account of the intersection of money, law, and creativity.” – Kirkus Reviews. Visit: www.rhsymccarney.com< Less

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Our World Our World By Deleah Payne
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