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The Triumph of Failure By Terry Kenneally
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Ever had the feeling that you are failing in life? Great! Terry Kenneally will help you to Triumph in Failure! Terry is one of lifes losers, and in this VERY funny "motivational" book,... More > he helps you understand that failing is not only normal, its desirable - why beat yourself up trying to achieve more? Just accept that you are an average person, and learn to enjoy it. Take the first step to Failure today ... buy this book!< Less
Struggles and Triumphs WORKBOOK By Cynthia Simmons
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Do you love history? Do you enjoy learning about yourself by reading stories of historical figures? Do you want to grow closer in your walk with God. Then this book is for you. The workbook to the... More > popular books of the same name, Struggles and Triumphs, the workbook, will strengthen you as you read about strong people of the past.< Less
INSPIRATION: A Woman's Spiritual Triumph By Pastor Light (Aurora Wilson)
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An inspirational pocketbook for women. The book includes prayers, quotes, prose, and positive affirmations to empower women on their journey with God.
Brini's Victory: Triumph Over Depression By Sabrina Reneé Bevins
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Brini's Victory:Triumph Over Depression is my account of how I dealt with it at a young age. Briefly, I show my personal journey in overcoming depression through my faith in God. I go through a... More > series of steps of how God helped me become a victor.< Less
Brini's Victory: Triumph Over Depression By Sabrina Reneé Bevins
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Brini's Victory:Triumph Over Depression is my account of how I dealt with it at a young age. Briefly, I show my personal journey in overcoming depression through my faith in God. I go through a... More > series of steps of how God helped me become a victor.< Less
Tent City: Tragedy Turned Triumph By Lee Roberts, Donna M. Kshir, Laurie Smith-Tornerup
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Controversy surrounded Charleston, WV after Mayor Danny Jones ordered Tent City to be dismantled on the coldest day of the year; several members of the community took measures to help the local... More > encampment residents. Kshir, Roberts and Tornerup penned several heart felt chapters and poems based off several Tent City residents personal experiences and those of Andrew Palmer, the creator of "West Virginia's Most Wanted" and local man who was once homeless himself, who helped local encampment residents get off the streets and into The House of Hope. The book features several guest writers; Rev. Darick J. Biondi and Papa Don; and poet (Warren Van Gaasbeck) who share their opinions, views and personal bouts with helping the homeless.< Less
Tent City: Tragedy Turned Triumph By Lee Roberts, Donna M. Kshir, Laurie Smith-Tornerup
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Controversy surrounded Charleston, WV after Mayor Danny Jones ordered Tent City to be dismantled on the coldest day of the year; several members of the community took measures to help the local... More > encampment residents. Kshir, Roberts and Tornerup penned several heart felt chapters and poems based off several Tent City residents personal experiences and those of Andrew Palmer, the creator of "West Virginia's Most Wanted" and local man who was once homeless himself, who helped local encampment residents get off the streets and into The House of Hope. The book features several guest writers; Rev. Darick J. Biondi and Papa Don; and poet (Warren Van Gaasbeck) who share their opinions, views and personal bouts with helping the homeless.< Less
Tent City: Tragedy Turned Triumph By Donna M. Kshir, Lee Roberts, Laurie Smith-Tornerup
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Controversy surrounded Charleston, WV after Mayor Danny Jones ordered Tent City to be dismantled on the coldest day of the year; several members of the community took measures to help the local... More > encampment residents. Kshir, Roberts and Tornerup penned several heart felt chapters and poems based off several Tent City residents personal experiences and those of Andrew Palmer, the creator of "West Virginia's Most Wanted" and local man who was once homeless himself, who helped local encampment residents get off the streets and into The House of Hope. The book features several guest writers; Rev. Darick J. Biondi and Papa Don; and poet (Warren Van Gaasbeck) who share their opinions, views and personal bouts with helping the homeless.< Less
Tent City: Tragedy Turned Triumph By Donna M. Kshir, Lee Roberts, Laurie Smith-Tornerup
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Controversy surrounded Charleston, WV after Mayor Danny Jones ordered Tent City to be dismantled on the coldest day of the year; several members of the community took measures to help the local... More > encampment residents. Kshir, Roberts and Tornerup penned several heart felt chapters and poems based off several Tent City residents personal experiences and those of Andrew Palmer, the creator of "West Virginia's Most Wanted" and local man who was once homeless himself, who helped local encampment residents get off the streets and into The House of Hope. The book features several guest writers; Rev. Darick J. Biondi and Papa Don; and poet (Warren Van Gaasbeck) who share their opinions, views and personal bouts with helping the homeless.< Less
The Triumph of Life, Love, and Being Series By Austin Torney
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Fully Illustrated. In a monastical village (in 'The Triumph of Life, Love, and Being'), a monk and a nun to-be exchange notes, via the books they send back and forth, for illustration and editing,... More > they noting the forbidden knowledge therein. Thus begins their relationship, although they have not met in person. They soon meet, in a crypt, after the monk finds the key to opening the secret door to the nunnery, and there the loving escalates. When the monastical village burns to the ground, they embark on a picaresque journey, in which they employ their wisdom, encountering various and sundry situations, while walking ever onward through a landscape of forests, flowers, mountains, and deserts. They carry a special, speaking, book that they salvaged from the monastery's library, from which they live what is written, but, really, must live or witness it, truly, before it can be written as fact. It is, well, a different kind of book/movie; self-help, I suppose. One more thing: they speak in rhyme.< Less