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In Reverence: A Plan for the Preservation of Tolomato Cemetery, St. Augustine, Florida By Matthew Kear
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Tolomato Cemetery is the oldest remaining cemetery in St. Augustine, Florida. It was founded in an era when the grim and grey church graveyard was the cultural norm in the North American colonies. In... More > an act of compassion for a group of unfortunate Catholic refugees in British East Florida, the cemetery was established on the site of an abandoned Franciscan mission, where it remained active through the end of the 19th century. After a century of neglect, it now faces complex material conservation issues and a lack of public involvement in its care and interpretation. It sits silently locked within its gates, unable to share its own stories of St. Augustine's rich history. This book explores how the site evolved over the centuries into its present state and what can be done to ensure its survival and return to a place of prominence among the cultural resources of one of America’s oldest cities. "In Reverence" was written as a graduate thesis at Cornell University in 2009 and has been revised for publication.< Less
Gut Health Secrets: How Gut Health Affects Your Whole Body & Mind By Rachel Miner
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Rachel Miner is an author, health & wellness expert, entrepreneur, athlete, community & church leader and mother of seven. Rachel’s passion for helping others get healthy started with... More > her own battles with health and happiness. Rachel struggled with severe allergies since the age of five, suffered silently from depression since she was fourteen and fought fluctuating weight gain much of her adult life, even while training for triathlons and marathons. After a cancer scare, and a desire to be whole again, Rachel discovered for herself the scientific connection between the gut and its relationship to her body, mind, and happiness. Through education, diet, exercise and the proper supplementation, Rachel was able to kick depression, lose weight, and love life again – without prescribed drugs. Get ready to learn the GUT HEALTH SECRETS that will unlock the mysteries to helping your body and mind function the way they are designed to work.< Less
Gay Kinky Mormon By Jacob Jenson
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Jacob was born into a Mormon family in the late 1950s. As he grew up, he quickly learned he wasn’t wired the same way as others. He wondered why he was interested in being tied up and why he... More > didn’t have the same interest in girls as his male friends did. Convinced he was the only one in the world with these foreign feelings, he thought himself insane and kept his terrible secret hidden. He prayed every day that he could just be “normal.” He served a mission with dedication and married in the Temple. He tried following the teachings of the Mormon Church, but he could not subdue his yearnings to be bound. Finally, he went to a therapist who told him he was gay. With the church’s encouragement, Jacob subjected himself to “gay to straight” therapy, which ended in deep depression and trips to mental hospitals. His story is for all the men who suffer silently and urges turning guilt into acceptance, struggle into survival. ForeWord Clarion Book Review< Less
Gay Kinky Mormon By Jacob Jenson
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Jacob was born into a Mormon family in the late 1950s. As he grew up, he quickly learned he wasn’t wired the same way as others. He wondered why he was interested in being tied up and why he... More > didn’t have the same interest in girls as his male friends did. Convinced he was the only one in the world with these foreign feelings, he thought himself insane and kept his terrible secret hidden. He prayed every day that he could just be “normal.” He served a mission with dedication and married in the Temple. He tried following the teachings of the Mormon Church, but he could not subdue his yearnings to be bound. Finally, he went to a therapist who told him he was gay. With the church’s encouragement, Jacob subjected himself to “gay to straight” therapy, which ended in deep depression and trips to mental hospitals. His story is for all the men who suffer silently and urges turning guilt into acceptance, struggle into survival. ForeWord Clarion Book Review< Less
Beauty & Joy: The Christian Nature of Music By Abigail Judith Fox
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Humanism has destroyed music. We no longer have any idea what music is, what music does, or how music is written. The reason is very simple: music is a Christian art. Cut music off from the Christian... More > faith and what you have left is madness and confusion. Humanists tell us that music means everything and nothing. They say it provokes a spiritual response, without believing in God. Their compositions are devised through empty processes and leave many people asking, "Why don't they write them like they used to?" The Church has been silent. Christians say that music is a controversial and divisive subject and only causes arguments. But this does not stop Christians from playing, singing, making and enjoying music every day. The Church has surrendered music to humanism. This book takes it back. "The Christian Nature of Music" challenges the status quo. It does not present a new philosophy or an alternative view. It is the truth.< Less
12 Christmas Duets for Saxophones (or Oboes) By Kenneth Baird
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"12 Christmas Duets for Saxophones (or Oboes)" by Kenneth Baird is a delightful collection of intermediate to advanced level duets based on traditional Christmas carols. They are... More > challenging at times (not for beginners), without being overwhelming; at times, joyful; at times, uplifting; at times, serene. In addition to being a great resource for saxophone or oboe teachers to play at lessons with their students, these duets are suitable for informal Christmas performances and many are appropriate for church services. Although these arrangements are based on “12 Christmas Duets for Flutes” by the same arranger, changes in key and transposition have been made so as to truly arrange these duets for two saxophones or two oboes. Included are: Away in a Manger, Deck the Halls, Hark! The Herald Angels Sing, Joy to the World, O Come, All Ye Faithful, O Come, O Come, Emmanuel, O Holy Night, O Little Town of Bethlehem, Silent Night, The Wassail Song, We Wish You a Merry Christmas, and What Child is This?< Less
Bach senza Basso, About the solo works for violin of Johann Sebastian Bach By Anner Bylsma
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When an important violinist has reached the 4th bar of the first Adagio in the 1st Solo, he will already have changed enough little things to put his listener on a different footing. This... More > violinist’s playing is about performing. He is a colonialist, the score is his material now, leaving no room for a discussion between himself and his silent customer. Imagine Bach’s own (excellent) violin playing as the sermon of a minister in a small church speaking to everyone personally, while our modern violinist is singing about himself, preferably in large venues, for the masses. It feels almost like archaeology to dig up the many undisturbed gems lying about in the manuscript. Intriguing questions come to mind: discussions about counterpoint for one solo-instrument only; how less can be more; the role of the listener; how to suggest things which actually are not there, the uncanny memory of our customers; and first and foremost: how to NOT to make masterworks sound like exercises.< Less
Habakkuk - A Prophecy for Our Time By Victor Robert Farrell
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As the church in the West is found to be mostly dead and covered with Laodicean lukewarm vomit, as The Lord, slips the dead things silently over the side of the storm tossed ship into the dark... More > oblivion of the waves of secular humanism and rising Islam, what remains will need to be fortified with steel to live in a quickly changing anti-Christian world of persecution. There is no better prophecy more equipped to speak to such a remnant who shall be so very besieged. Welcome to Habakkuk, 35 of 66, a prophecy for our time. For more information see www.66books.tv Pastor, Rev. Victor Robert Farrell is long time author of 'Night Whispers' and President of The 66 Books Ministry, a 21st Century global city mission, grass-roots, back to the Bible movement, preaching the Gospel in the 66 most influential cities of the 250 nations of the world; that’s 16,500 cities, each being preached in, on an annual and an on-going basis! For more info see - www.66books.tv< Less
The Christmas Angel By Abbie Farwell Brown
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Détresse et Charité, released in the United States as The Christmas Angel and in Britain as The Beggar Maiden, is a 1904 French short silent film directed by Georges... More > Méliès. It was released by Méliès's Star Film Company and is numbered 669–677 in its catalogues.At Christmastime, a girl and her family live in poverty; the girl's mother is ill and bedridden. The father asks the girl to go to nearby Paris, and beg for alms. The girl finds a church, but she is pushed aside by the professional beggars working on its steps, and is unable to get alms. She tries to ask for food at a bakery, but is thrown out again. As night falls, she collapses and falls asleep; a rag-and-bone man takes pity on her, shares his piece of bread with her, and gives her his shawl. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Christmas_Angel Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book.< Less
Memoir Of A Traumatic Brain Injury Survivor III By Michael House
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Traumatic brain injury, ten percent chance to live, six month coma. I unbuckled and silently begged for death. Jacob Myler, the driver, fell asleep. We hit the ditch to the right, swerved, then hit... More > the light poles at Winder, Georgia’s Pine Hills Golf Course, right before the pond. I sustained 6 month coma, nerve damage, traumatic brain injury, shunt, crushed facial bones, brain surgery, lung tap, stomach tap, & broke bones on my left side and 5 blood clots in my brain. It was revenge on my church secretary granny’s lie. She said the promise was a dream. It was a vehicle. Anything. I didn't care. But she had been saying I should let my electrical & plumbing contractor papa train me to not pay college tuition. I badly wanted to go to college. this memoir entails the dilemma I faced after I was slung out of the window and my football coach, Donald Quack, I’d had five years earlier on the EMT squad rescued myself.< Less

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