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Finding Calcutta: Memoirs of a Photographer By Marie Bissell Constantin
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In 1984, Mother Teresa arrived in New Orleans to speak to a large crowd waiting in the Superdome. As Marie Bissell Constantin drove in from Baton Rouge to take her photograph, she had no idea that... More > her encounter would mark the first of many, and that one day one of her images of Mother Teresa would be unveiled in front of over three hundred thousand people for her beatification ceremony in St. Peter’s Square. In her photographic memoir, Constantin leads others through her unique journey of exploring the possibility of becoming a nun herself as she traveled to capture Mother Teresa in rare, private moments. In addition to powerful black-and-white images of Mother Teresa, Constantin shares personal stories that shine a light on the selfless life of nuns, from other religious orders, who live and work among the most abandoned people in the world.< Less
Finding Calcutta: Memoirs of a Photographer By Marie Bissell Constantin
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In 1984, Mother Teresa arrived in New Orleans to speak to a large crowd waiting in the Superdome. As Marie Bissell Constantin drove in from Baton Rouge to take her photograph, she had no idea that... More > her encounter would mark the first of many, and that one day one of her images of Mother Teresa would be unveiled in front of over three hundred thousand people for her beatification ceremony in St. Peter’s Square. In her photographic memoir, Constantin leads others through her unique journey of exploring the possibility of becoming a nun herself as she traveled to capture Mother Teresa in rare, private moments. In addition to powerful black-and-white images of Mother Teresa, Constantin shares personal stories that shine a light on the selfless life of nuns, from other religious orders, who live and work among the most abandoned people in the world.< Less
Finding Calcutta: Memoirs of a Photographer By Marie Bissell Constantin
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In 1984, Mother Teresa arrived in New Orleans to speak to a large crowd waiting in the Superdome. As Marie Bissell Constantin drove in from Baton Rouge to take her photograph, she had no idea that... More > her encounter would mark the first of many, and that one day one of her images of Mother Teresa would be unveiled in front of over three hundred thousand people for her beatification ceremony in St. Peter’s Square. In her photographic memoir, Constantin leads others through her unique journey of exploring the possibility of becoming a nun herself as she traveled to capture Mother Teresa in rare, private moments. In addition to powerful black-and-white images of Mother Teresa, Constantin shares personal stories that shine a light on the selfless life of nuns, from other religious orders, who live and work among the most abandoned people in the world.< Less
Widow of Calcutta By Jack Allen
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The author of Change of Heart, An Innocent Among Them and Breathe of the Flesh brings you the newest Josh McGowan adventure. A pirate treasure lost in the Caribbean more than 300 years ago becomes... More > the focal point of a contest between a South American drug lord and the wife of the research scientist who uncovered its location. The treasure is not a chest of jewels and coins but a sacred cross forged of gold and bearing a giant ruby that legend says holds spiritual powers. For the drug lord it is a link to his past, but for the scientist’s wife the value the cross holds is the last hope she has to save her niece. Josh is attracted to this fearless, beautiful woman but finds himself drawn into her personal competition with the drug lord to find the cross first. Every day that passes brings her closer to losing her niece. Josh is the only one who can find the cross and save the girl’s life, unless he is killed first.< Less
Great Expectations By Charles Dickens
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Pip, a poor village boy, finds two chance meetings set his life on an unexpected course. At the water's edge, he has a terrifying encounter with an escaped convict. In the decaying grandeur of Miss... More > Haversham's house, he falls hopelessly in love with the heartless Estella. When an anonymous benefactor helps him move to Calcutta, the heart of the British Raj, Pip pursues his great expectations and his dream of winning Estella's heart. Relocating Pip's extraordinary journey to nineteenth-century India, this coming-of-age story, evoking some of Dickens' most colourful characters, is faithful to the period of the book and the richness of Dickens' language - a vivid theatrical retelling of a universally loved masterpiece.< Less
The JOY of Giving: Prosperity Politics in America and Why Evangelicals Have Not a Clue By Philip Ellerbrock
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Have you tried purpose driven life-styles after Y2K, prayed the prayer of Jabez, and still find yourself empty and dissatisfied come credit crisis in 9/’08 or oil spilling off the Casino Coast?... More > We have. Our journey takes us back to Christ—from Protestant “workaholic righteousness”—even from Mother Teresa’s revelations: how she lost the presence of Jesus in her life over sixty-six years of serving the poor in Calcutta, India. Could we find ourselves alienated from Christ too? Oh yes. Where’s the JOY and satisfaction we once knew? Is tithing by Law what God wants? Join us in finding out what Jesus Christ really has to say about trusting in ourselves, America, and easy step "What works for me" theology.< Less
The JOY of Giving: Prosperity Politics in America and Why Evangelicals Have Not a Clue By Philip Ellerbrock
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Have you tried purpose driven life-styles after Y2K, prayed the prayer of Jabez, and still find yourself empty and dissatisfied come credit crisis in 9/’08 or oil spilling off the Casino Coast?... More > We have. Our journey takes us back to Christ—from Protestant “workaholic righteousness”—even from Mother Teresa’s revelations: how she lost the presence of Jesus in her life over sixty-six years of serving the poor in Calcutta, India. Could we find ourselves alienated from Christ too? Oh yes. Where’s the JOY and satisfaction we once knew? Is tithing by Law what God wants? Join us in finding out what Jesus Christ really has to say about trusting in ourselves, America, and easy step "What works for me" theology.< Less
The JOY of Giving: Prosperity Politics in America and Why Evangelicals Miss the Truth By Philip Ellerbrock
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Have you tried purpose driven life-styles after Y2K, prayed the prayer of Jabez, and still find yourself empty and dissatisfied come credit crisis in 9/’08 or oil spilling off the Casino Coast?... More > We have. Our journey takes us back to Christ—from Protestant “workaholic righteousness”—even from Mother Teresa’s revelations: how she lost the presence of Jesus in her life over sixty-six years of serving the poor in Calcutta, India. Could we find ourselves alienated from Christ too? Oh yes. Where’s the JOY and satisfaction we once knew? Is tithing by Law what God wants? Join us in finding out what Jesus Christ really has to say about trusting in ourselves, America, and easy step "What works for me" theology.< Less
Looking for the Summer By Robert W. Norris
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David Thompson is a former Vietnam War conscientious objector in Paris on a quest to find himself in the early days of 1977. When he befriends an Iranian and an Afghan and is invited to return with... More > them to their countries, his quest slowly becomes a descent into his own personal hell. On the road from Europe to the East he encounters Kurdish bandits in the eastern mountains of Turkey, becomes involved with an underground group opposed to the Shah in Iran, escapes to Afghanistan, and later suffers extreme sickness on the streets of Delhi and Calcutta. Although continually searching for the happiness and identity he could not find in the U.S., he cannot easily shed his American past. Throughout the journey he is hounded by the demons of memory, particularly that of his father, a World War Two hero who disowned David and died while David was still in prison. The journey itself becomes a physical manifestation of his struggle to achieve reconciliation with his own conscience.< Less
Looking for the Summer By Robert W. Norris
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David Thompson is a former Vietnam War conscientious objector in Paris on a quest to find himself in the early days of 1977. When he befriends an Iranian and an Afghan and is invited to return with... More > them to their countries, his quest slowly becomes a descent into his own personal hell. On the road from Europe to the East he encounters Kurdish bandits in the eastern mountains of Turkey, becomes involved with an underground group opposed to the Shah in Iran, escapes to Afghanistan, and later suffers extreme sickness on the streets of Delhi and Calcutta. Although continually searching for the happiness and identity he could not find in the U.S., he cannot easily shed his American past. Throughout the journey he is hounded by the demons of memory, particularly that of his father, a World War Two hero who disowned David and died while David was still in prison. The journey itself becomes a physical manifestation of his struggle to achieve reconciliation with his own conscience.< Less

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