Healing Ruth

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ISBN: 9780595235636
Release Date: 2002-07
Number of pages: 176
Author: Shelly R. Jackson
Publisher: iUniverse

Download and read online Healing Ruth in PDF and EPUB Chicago, "The Windy City", my birthplace, the place that I will always call home. That magnificent city will forever be a part of me although I left there for good when I was only fourteen years old. After all it was there that I learned to distinguish the sound of gunfire from the sound of a car backfiring. It was there that I learned to physically fight my battles and stand my ground.However, what I did not learn was how to give or receive love and affection. There was no time for such matters. Now, as I begin my graceful transition from my thirties into my forties I am bound and determined to discover and experience what I have missed for so many years and pass the new found knowledge on to my children.


Ruth and Naomi The Healing Journey

Filename: ruth-and-naomi-the-healing-journey.pdf
ISBN: 9780985268022
Release Date: 2012-03-01
Number of pages: 180
Author: Debbye Graafsma, mcc, bcpc
Publisher: Lulu.com

Download and read online Ruth and Naomi The Healing Journey in PDF and EPUB Ruth and Naomi, The Healing Journey is a personal workbook for women who want to discover greater joy in their emotional lives. It is a Bible study, which incorporates elements of training, journaling, and prayer as the participant experiences change, emotional recovery and spiritual development.


Anthropology of Touch

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ISBN: OCLC:2914562
Release Date: 1976
Number of pages: 220
Author: Ruth M. Cathcart-Rake
Publisher:

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Gift of Inner Healing

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ISBN: 0849900824
Release Date: 1978-05-01
Number of pages: 115
Author: Ruth Carter Stapleton
Publisher: W Publishing Group

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Tender Hands

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ISBN: 1891193023
Release Date: 1998-01-01
Number of pages: 69
Author: Ruth Weil Kusler
Publisher: Russia Heritage Collection North Dakota State University Lib

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Christian Healing

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ISBN: 9781591856290
Release Date: 2004
Number of pages: 327
Author: Mark A. Pearson
Publisher: Charisma Media

Download and read online Christian Healing in PDF and EPUB Why are some people not healed? What's the relationship between sin and sickness? Is it possible to heal memories? Active in healing ministry for many years, Mark Pearson offers thorough and balanced biblical teaching concerning physical, emotional, and spiritual healing in Christ. A priest in the Charismatic Episcopal Church, Pearson brings together the basic truths about healing from three streams of Christianity: sacramental, evangelical, and charismatic/Pentecostal. Christian Healing will help you understand:* Why the ministry of healing is downplayed or rejected by some in the church today* The devil's role in illness* The four ways God works healing* The deception and dangers of New Age* How to introduce a healing ministry in your church Written in a plain, user-friendly, and understandable manner, this book will enable you to fully grasp God as the Healer. Are you ready for this revelation? "Whatever your religious background, you will find Christian Healing an excellent introduction to the healing ministry if you are just getting started, or an important addition to your library even if you have been praying for the sick for many years."-Francis MacNutt, Director, Christian Healing Ministries, Jacksonville, Florida About the author: Mark Pearson, an Oxford graduate and clergyman for more than thirty years, Mark Pearson id the cofounder of New Creation Healing Center in Plaistow, New Hampshire, which combines medicine, biblical counseling, and prayer to minister to body, soul, and spirit. A leader of teaching and healing conferences around the world, Pearson is the president and cofounder of the Institute for Christian Renewal, which seeks to help bring a balanced spiritual renewal to churches and individuals.


Victim Healing and Truth Commissions

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ISBN: 9783319124872
Release Date: 2015-02-23
Number of pages: 184
Author: Holly L. Guthrey
Publisher: Springer

Download and read online Victim Healing and Truth Commissions in PDF and EPUB ​This book intends to contribute to the growing body of transitional justice literature by providing insight into how truth commissions may be beneficial to victims of mass violence, based on data collected in Timor-Leste and on the Solomon Islands. Drawing on literature in the fields of victim psychology, procedural justice, and transitional justice, this study is guided by the puzzle of why truth-telling in post-conflict settings has been found to be both helpful and harmful to victims of mass violence. Existing studies have identified a range of positive benefits and negative consequences of truth-telling for victims; however, the reasons why some victims experience a sense of healing while others do not after participating in post-conflict truth commission processes continues to remain unclear. Hence, to address one piece of this complex puzzle, this book seeks to begin clarifying how truth-telling may be beneficial for victims by investigating the question: What pathways lead from truth-telling to victim healing in post-conflict settings? Building on the proposition that having voice—a key component of procedural justice—can help individuals to overcome the disempowerment and marginalisation of victimisation, this book investigates voice as a causal mechanism that can create pathways toward healing within truth commission public hearings. Comparative, empirical studies that investigate how truth-telling contributes to victim healing in post-conflict settings are scarce in the field of transitional justice. This book begins to fill an important gap in the existing body of literature. From a practical standpoint, by enhancing understanding of how truth commissions can promote healing, the findings and arguments in this volume provide insight into how the design of transitional justice processes may be improved in the future to better respond to the needs of victims of mass violence.


Ruth

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ISBN: 1414330006
Release Date: 2007-11-01
Number of pages: 304
Author: Lori Copeland
Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.

Download and read online Ruth in PDF and EPUB The continuing story of mail-order brides in the successful Brides of the West series. Spunky, young Ruth Priggish is on the run from an 80-year-old suitor. Her only hope of eluding him is to seek help from an unwilling protector, U.S. Marshall Dylan McCall. Copeland’s readers will delight in this rollicking story of romance and danger.


Aging Our Way

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ISBN: 9780199912094
Release Date: 2011-10-03
Number of pages: 344
Author: Meika Loe
Publisher: Oxford University Press

Download and read online Aging Our Way in PDF and EPUB In 1998, Hallmark unveiled their new "One-Hundredth-Birthday" cards, and by 2007 annual sales were at 85,000. America is rapidly graying: between now and 2030, the number of people in the U.S. over the age of 80 is expected to almost triple. But how long people live raises the question of how well they live. Aging Our Way follows the everyday lives of 30 elders (ages 85-102) living at home and mostly alone to understand how they create and maintain meaningful lives for themselves. Drawing on the latest interdisciplinary scholarship on aging and three years of interviews with the elders, Meika Loe explores how elders navigate the practical challenges of living as independently as possible while staying healthy, connected, and comfortable. While most books on the subject treat old age as a social problem and elders as simply diminished versions of their former selves, Aging Our Way views them as they really are: lively, complicated, engaging people finding creative ways to make their aging as meaningful and manageable as possible. In their own voices, elders describe how they manage everything from grocery shopping, doctor appointments, and disability, to creating networks of friends and maintaining their autonomy. In many ways, these elders can serve as role models. The lessons they have learned about living in moderation, taking time for themselves, asking for help, keeping a sense of humor, caring for others, and preparing for death provide an invaluable source of wisdom for anyone hoping to live a long and fulfilling life. Through their stories, Loe helps us to think about aging, well-being, and the value of human relationships in new ways. Written with remarkable warmth and depth of understanding, Aging Our Way offers a vivid look at a group of people who too often remain invisible--those who have lived the longest--and all they have to teach us.


Healing Hearts

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ISBN: 9781595549884
Release Date: 2011-08-08
Number of pages: 432
Author: Beth Wiseman
Publisher: Thomas Nelson Inc

Download and read online Healing Hearts in PDF and EPUB Three hope-filled stories about second chances, trusting your heart, and the power of forgiveness. Healing HeartsùEmpty-nesters Levina Lapp and her husband Naaman have no children under their roof for the first time in 30 years. When Naaman leaves to visit cousins in Ohio, Levina never expected him to be gone a year. Now that he's back, will they be able to move beyond this estrangement and rekindle the fire of the love they once shared? A Change of HeartùLeah is a writer in a community that does not encourage such fruitless endeavors. She lacks the skills necessary to be a good Amish fraaùcooking, cleaning, quilting, and gardening. Aaron is aware of Leah's short-comings, but his heart is captured by this spirited young woman. Will Leah's role as an Amish wife and mother force her to set aside her creative lifeùor will Aaron make an offer she never dreamed was possible? A Choice to ForgiveùLydia has loved two men in her life. Daniel, who disappeared one Christmas Eve long ago, leaving only a note saying he wanted to live in the Englisch world. And Elam, Daniel's brother, to whom she had been happily married for 15 years. When Elam dies, Lydia gives up on ever loving again. But she is shocked when Daniel wants to return to the Order and her life. Is there enough forgiveness in her heart to overlook the past and move into a future that could fulfill her dreams?


Angels and Miracles Grief and Hope

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ISBN: 9781462024698
Release Date: 2011-06-20
Number of pages: 180
Author: Pastor Jim Knotek
Publisher: iUniverse

Download and read online Angels and Miracles Grief and Hope in PDF and EPUB Pastor Jim Knotek has experienced quite a few miracles and healings among his parishioners and, especially, at home with his family. Miracles certainly fascinate us; even so, we must focus not on the miracle but on the miracle-maker, Jesus Christ. There would be no other reason for a miracle, unless Jesus was at the very center of it. He and His angels are continually watching over. Angels and miracles are interrelated, intertwined under all conditions and circumstances. As God’s children, we are in a very unique relationship with Him and His angels. Angels and Miracles, Grief and Hope, includes the word grief because most of us have had firsthand knowledge of death and grief among our immediate family, relatives, or friends. Grief and death are not pleasant thoughts, but unfortunately, we can’t get away from those unwelcome intruders. The sadness and desolation of dealing with Alzheimer’s disease and the trauma of losing a spouse are wrapped in the knowledge that there is life after death and that Jesus Christ is God! In his memoir, Pastor Knotek tells his story and shares the glory of God and the place that miracles and angels play in the biggest miracle—life!


Transformative Language Arts in Action

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ISBN: 9781475810615
Release Date: 2014-11-26
Number of pages: 230
Author: Ruth Farmer
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

Download and read online Transformative Language Arts in Action in PDF and EPUB Transformative Language Arts, an emerging field and profession, calls on us to use writing, storytelling, theater, music, expressive and other arts for social change, personal growth, and culture shift. In this landmark anthology, Transformative Language Artists share their stories, scholarship and practices for a more just and peaceful world, from a Hmong storyteller and spoken word artist weaving traditions with contemporary immigrant challenges in Philadelphia, to a playwright raising awareness of AIDS/HIV prevention. Read the stories, consider the questions raised, and find inspiration and tools in using words as a vehicle for transformation through essays on the challenge of dominant stories, public housing women writing for their lives, histories and communities at the margins, singing as political action, the convergence of theology and poetics, women's self-leadership, embodied writing, and healing the self, others, and nature through TLA. The anthology also includes “snapshots,” short features on transformative language artists who make their livings and lives working with people of all ages and backgrounds to speak their truths, and change their communities.


Peace in Our Hearts Peace in the World

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ISBN: 1402757174
Release Date: 2008
Number of pages: 372
Author: Ruth Fishel
Publisher: Sterling Publishing Company, Inc.

Download and read online Peace in Our Hearts Peace in the World in PDF and EPUB Peace begins with us! When the world is at its most threatening and uncertainty reigns, it comforts us to know that mindful living is still within our grasp. Peace in Our Hearts, Peace in the World helps us come to a full and deep understanding of our own thoughts, actions, limitations, and strengths--and the effect they have on the world at large. Ruth Fishel serves as our wonderfully effective guide through this year-long journey of introspection, reflection, and resolution. Her daily encouragement to appreciate the most basic things in life--waking up, brushing our teeth, the breaths we take--alternate with thoughts on relationships, choice, and personal responsibility. A thought-provoking quote accompanies each meditation: Fishel draws these wise words from sources old and new, ranging from Buddhism to new spiritual writings by Eckhart Tolle, Christina Feldman, and Deepak Chopra. Small enough to travel with, and beautifully designed, this book makes inspirational reading available anytime, anywhere. Readers will find its comforting presence a constant reminder of the maxim that drives this motivational collection: if there is peace in our hearts, there may indeed one day be peace in the world.


The Healing Season

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ISBN: 9781426853388
Release Date: 2010-01-01
Number of pages: 256
Author: Ruth Axtell Morren
Publisher: Steeple Hill

Download and read online The Healing Season in PDF and EPUB Though he'd found his life's calling ministering to London's underclass, Dr. Ian Russell hadn't yet found his life's mate. Then the former army surgeon encountered the enchanting stage actress Eleanor Neville. Ian's good works and strong faith set him apart from other men Eleanor knew. But despite his fascination with her glittering world, Eleanor feared her notorious past would end their future together before it had even begun. Could true love and faith overcome all obstacles and make their lonely hearts as one?


The Chinese Way to Healing

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ISBN: 9780595399505
Release Date: 2006-07
Number of pages: 324
Author: Misha Ruth Cohen
Publisher: iUniverse

Download and read online The Chinese Way to Healing in PDF and EPUB The Chinese Way to Healing: Many Paths to Wholeness is an essential guide to achieving total health in mind, body and spirit. By showing you the powerful benefits of Chinese Medicine-particularly acupuncture, massage, nutrition, meditation and herbs-along with other healing arts as adjunct therapies, this book can help you take control of your healing process and maintain or restore wholeness and harmony in all aspects of your life.This book offers comprehensive healing plans for a wide range of ailments including digestive problems, stress, anxiety, depression, addictions, gynecological problems, PMS, menopause, and more. These plans combine Chinese dietary guidelines with Western medicine, plus various other Eastern and Western healing therapies.Includes: Basics of Chinese medicine How to evaluate a Chinese medicine practitioner Acupuncture and Moxibustion Qi Gong: Chinese exercise and meditation Case histories: profiles in healing Chinese medicine dietary practices Chinese herbal therapy