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The search for significance: book and workbook (BV4647.M17 1998)



In The Search for Significance, Robert McGee shows readers how to find true self-worth, based on the love, acceptance and forgiveness of Christ, and how to get off the performance treadmill. This classic best-selling book has changed the lives of millions of people by showing them the key to lasting significance.


Great expectations (PR4560.D55 2000)

Editorial Reviews

Saturday Review
Mr. Dickens may be reasonably proud of these volumes.... he has written a story that is new, original, powerful and very entertaining.... It is in his best vein, and although it is too slight, and bears many traces of hasty writing, it is quite worthy to stand beside Martin Chuzzlewit and David Copperfield.

Small-town dreams: the girl next door (PS3623.W46 2001)



Preacher Josh Daniels lives in the present. Then he meets Cassidy Jamison. Before long, he begins to yearn for a future he fears is impossible. But fate brought this big-city girl into this tiny town for a reason. And with Josh's help, Cassidy just might find what she truly wants--a home for her heart.


After an accident destroys his Olympic dreams, Jeff Carrington feels lost and bitter. Still, Hope Taggert won't give up on the man she's loved all her life. Restoring Jeff's faith takes patience and determination, but with God's help, anything is possible.


All that remains (PS3553.C81a 1993)


Dr. Kay Scarpetta is up against a serial killer who targets young lovers. Four couples have disappeared, only to turn up dead months afterward...Now a fifth pair is missing, and the mother of the girl is a powerhouse recently named by the president to head his war on drugs.

Author Biography: Patricia Cornwell is the winner of the 1991 Edgar Award, Britain's John Creasey Award, the Antony Award, and the MacCavity Award for best first mystery novel. She lives in Richmond, Virginia. Her latest novel,From Potter's Field, was a #1 New York Times bestseller.

The third chilling novel featuring forensic pathologist Dr. Kay Scarpetta. For gutsy Medical Examiner Scarpetta, the vicious serial killer who stalks the woodlands of Virginia has become her worst nightmare.


Digital fortress (PS3552.B81a 1998)


When the NSA's invincible code-breaking machine encounters a mysterious code it cannot break, the agency calls its head cryptographer, Susan Fletcher, a brilliant, beautiful mathematician. What she uncovers sends shock waves through the corridors of power. The NSA is being held hostage--not by guns or bombs -- but by a code so complex that if released would cripple U.S. intelligence. Caught in an accelerating tempest of secrecy and lies, Fletcher battles to save the agency she believes in. Betrayed on all sides, she finds herself fighting not only for her country but for her life, and in the end, for the life of the man she loves.


Masquerade (PS3562.L99 1997)


Dazed and confused, Liz Sansborough awakens one morning to find herself in a house full of furniture she doesn't recognize, attended by a handsome young man she doesn't know, unaware even of her own name. At that moment, she is about to embark on a perilous and mind-bending journey, both actual and psychological, into a world of international terrorism, corrupt secret agents, and potent mind-altering drugs. Now that communism has fallen, the enemy may be much closer to home - and much more difficult to find. Masquerade moves at headlong speed through a terrifying underworld that encompasses the posh beach communities of California, a highly secret CIA training camp, the netherworld of Washington superspies, and the dangerous backstreets of Paris. Leading the chase - both hunter and hunted - is Liz Sansborough herself. She may be a trained government agent gone bad - or an innocent victim and dupe. In a world of distorting mirrors, it's almost impossible to see the truth.


Secrets of power negotiating: inside secrets from a master negotiator (HD58.6.D32 2001)


Secrets of Power Negotiating covers every aspect of the negotiating process with practical, proven advice: from beginning steps to critical final moves, how to recognize unethical tactics, key principles to the Power Negotiating strategy, why money is not as important as everyone thinks, negotiating pressure points, understanding the other party and gaining the upper hand, and analyses of different negotiating styles.

And Power Negotiating can be applied to any situation:

Business owners will learn how to dramatically improve profits.
Managers will learn how to become dynamic leaders.
Parents will discover how to shape their child's future.
Salespeople will learn how to build-and protect-their bottom line.
All readers will find how to develop power and control over their ability to get what they want-in all areas of their lives.


Danny the Champion of the World (PZ7.D13B58d 1998)

Amazon.com Review

"My father, without the slightest doubt, was the most marvelous and exciting father any boy ever had." Danny feels very lucky. He adores his life with his father, living in a gypsy caravan, listening to his stories, tending their gas station, puttering around the workshop, and occasionally taking off to fly home-built gas balloons and kites. His father has raised him on his own, ever since Danny's mother died when he was four months old. Life is peaceful and wonderful... until he turns 9 and discovers his father's one vice. Soon Danny finds himself the mastermind behind the most incredible plot ever attempted against nasty Victor Hazell, a wealthy landowner with a bad attitude. Can they pull it off? If so, Danny will truly be the champion of the world. Danny is right up to Roald Dahl's impishly brilliant standards. An intense and beautiful father-son relationship is balanced with sublegal high jinks that will have even the most rigid law-abider rooting them on. Dahl's inimitable way with words leaves the reader simultaneously satisfied and itching for more. (Ages 9 to 13) --Emilie Coulter --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.


"David Wood's ingenious adaptation... the rapture shown by Dad and Danny when they succeed is lovely to behold." Jeremy Kingston, The Times "... as fine a piece of theatre for young people as one could hope to see... moving, uplifting, funny and fast-moving... captures the spirit of Dahl's work in a highly persuasive and heartwarming manner." www.theatrewales.co.uk" --This text refers to an alternate

Single fatherhood (HQ759.915.G86 1995)


Chuck Gregg, a single father himself, has written a single father parenting guide that demonstrates a strong vision and big-hearted understanding of the agony and elation of this significant responsibility. Single Fatherhood explains everything you need to know about single parenting and about yourself as a single dad, from household and career management to your mixed emotions. Gregg offers precise guidelines and workable recommendations for getting organized: from the child's clothes to your wallet; having fun times and successful family interaction; planning trips, vacations and recreation; nurturing a child's nutritional, social and educational agendas; balancing traditional male roles and the "giving" demanded of parents; how to grow with - not against - your children; how to avoid the four deadly emotions of single fatherhood adrift: anger, denial, guilt and shame; forming, maintaining and expanding healthy relationships; and how to benefit from support networks and professional guidance.


How to lead and still have a life (BV4597.B91 2004)


Dale Burke's unique and powerful book Less Is More Leadership now in a trade binding is easier to keep on hand. Burke reveals how to work smarter and more efficiently to garner success that far exceeds results of the "work harder and longer" tactics.

Readers will gain knowledge of eight key disciplines based on Christ's leadership style, including:

  • Spirituality--the Power of Convictions
  • Humility--the Power of Servant-leadership
  • Imagination--the Power of Vision
  • Mobilization--the Power of Letting Go
  • Innovation--the Power of Creativity

Business and ministry professionals, lay leaders, churches, schools, and anyone looking to transform their work, home, and life with the power of a new way of thinking will be empowered by these principles.


Praying backwards (BV210.3.C36 2005)


"In Jesus' Name, Amen."

Like the closing credits of a movie, these familiar words provide a signal that a prayer has come to an end. But what does it mean to offer our prayers in Jesus' name? Though we say the words, do we really mean them? And how would the content and character of our prayers change if we did?

Praying Backwards introduces believers to the transforming process of beginning our prayers in Jesus' name-not by moving a simple phrase, but by understanding and embracing the meaning behind the phrase. To truly pray in Jesus' name is to reorder our priorities in prayer-and in life-away from ourselves and toward Jesus and his kingdom. It is to pray, "Not my will, but your will be done." It is to pray boldly, expectantly, and persistently. If you want to revolutionize your prayer life, begin by Praying Backwards.

"Across the years I have learned so much from Bryan Chapell that I thought the laws of mathematics would keep me from learning much more. But it happened again!"-Calvin Miller, author; professor, Beeson Divinity School

"Finally, here is a book on prayer that puts the person of our Lord before the petitions on our lists."-Scotty Smith, senior pastor, Christ Community Church, Franklin, Tennessee

"With careful exposition of Scripture and helpful applications to daily life, Bryan Chapell encourages all of us to 'pray and not lose heart' (Luke 18:1)."-Jerry Bridges, author and speaker


The next Christendom: the coming of global christianity (BR121.3.J41 2003)


"In looking back over the enormous changes wrought by the twentieth century, Western observers may have missed the most dramatic revolution of all. While secular movements like communism, feminism, and environmentalism have gotten the lion's share of our attention, the explosive southward expansion of Christianity in Africa, Asia, and Latin America has barely registered on Western consciousness. Nor has the globalization of Christianity - and the enormous religious, political, and social consequences it portends - been properly understood." Philip Jenkins' The Next Christendom: The Coming of Global Christianity is the first book to take the full measure of the changing face of the Christian faith. Jenkins asserts that by the year 2050 only one Christian in five will be a non-Latino white person and that the center of gravity of the Christian world will have shifted firmly to the Southern Hemisphere.


And the bride wore white: seven secrets to sexual purity (HQ32.G86 2004)


Since it's release in 2000, And the Bride Wore White has touched the lives of over 100,000 young women. Dannah exposes Satan's lies about sex, gives a three-step plan to breaking off sinful relationships, provides compassionate guidelines for healing and lists seven secrets of sexual purity to apply to your life. In a warm, revealing writing style, Dannah includes passages from her diaries and journals that show the joy and heartache of her dating years, the challenges and temptations, successes and failures. She includes stories, interviews and insights from such well-known writers, speakers and musicians as Joshua Harris, Rebecca St James, Josh McDowell and others. In this celebration edition, you'll find triumphant stories from readers whose lives were touched by Dannah's message.


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