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Kingdomtide by Rye Curtis
The lives of two women—the sole survivor of an airplane crash and the troubled park ranger who leads the rescue mission to find her —intersect in a gripping debut novel of hope and resilience, second thoughts and second chances
Kingdomtide by Rye Curtis
The lives of two women -- the sole survivor of an airplane crash and the troubled park ranger leading the rescue mission -- collide in this "gripping," (Vogue) "heart-pounding," (NPR) and "highly original" (LA Times) novel of tough-minded resilience. The sole survivor of a plane crash, seventy-two-year-old Cloris Waldrip is lost and alone in the unforgiving wilderness of Montana's rugged Bitterroot Range, exposed to the elements with no tools beyond her wits and ingenuity. Intertwined with her story is Debra Lewis, a park ranger struggling with addiction and a recent divorce who is galvanized by her new mission to find and rescue Cloris. As Cloris wanders mountain forests and valleys, subsisting on whatever she can scavenge, her hold on life ever more precarious, Ranger Lewis and her motley group of oddball rescuers follow the trail of clues she's left behind. Days stretch into weeks, and hope begins to fade. But with nearly everyone else giving up, Ranger Lewis stays true until the end. Dramatic and morally complex, Kingdomtide is a story of the decency and surprising resilience of ordinary people faced with extraordinary circumstances. In powerful, exquisite prose, debut novelist Rye Curtis delivers an inspiring account of two unforgettable characters whose heroism reminds us that survival is only the beginning. A New York Times New and Noteworthy Book An O, The Oprah Magazine Best Book of January
Good Dirt by Lacy Finn Borgo
A year-long adventure for families desiring to grow in Christ and set the rhythm of their lives by the Seasons of the Church. Good Dirt combines kid-friendly seasonal activities, daily devotionals, and Bible readings. Each day the family is rooted in Christ through a reading from one of the Gospels. Adults and the little ones in their homes alike will learn how to “Till,” “Plant,” “Water,” and “Weed” their souls, living out spiritual formation within the most influential social context anyone is ever born into: the family. In this third volume, Kingdomtide, activities and readings guide families as disciples of Jesus through the days of summer and fall, teaching how to discover a wonderful with-God life in the middle of the everyday and the ordinary. Join other families on the journey at www.gooddirtfamilies.com
Dear Edward by Ann Napolitano
NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • #ReadWithJenna Book Club Pick as Featured on Today • A “dazzling” novel that “will break your heart and put it back together again” (J. Courtney Sullivan, bestselling author of Saints for All Occasions) about a young boy who must learn to go on after surviving tragedy “A reading experience that leaves you profoundly altered for the better . . . Don’t miss this one.”—Jodi Picoult, bestselling author of Small Great Things and A Spark of Light What does it mean not just to survive, but to truly live? One summer morning, twelve-year-old Edward Adler, his beloved older brother, his parents, and 183 other passengers board a flight in Newark headed for Los Angeles. Among them are a Wall Street wunderkind, a young woman coming to terms with an unexpected pregnancy, an injured veteran returning from Afghanistan, a business tycoon, and a free-spirited woman running away from her controlling husband. Halfway across the country, the plane crashes. Edward is the sole survivor. Edward’s story captures the attention of the nation, but he struggles to find a place in a world without his family. He continues to feel that a part of himself has been left in the sky, forever tied to the plane and all of his fellow passengers. But then he makes an unexpected discovery—one that will lead him to the answers of some of life’s most profound questions: When you’ve lost everything, how do you find the strength to put one foot in front of the other? How do you learn to feel safe again? How do you find meaning in your life? Dear Edward is at once a transcendent coming-of-age story, a multidimensional portrait of an unforgettable cast of characters, and a breathtaking illustration of all the ways a broken heart learns to love again. Praise for Dear Edward “Dear Edward made me think, nod in recognition, care about its characters, and cry, and you can’t ask more of a novel than that.”—Emma Donoghue, New York Times bestselling author of Room “Weaving past and present into a profoundly beautiful, page-turning story of mystery, loss, and wonder, Dear Edward is a meditation on survival, but more important, it is about carving a life worth living. It is about love and hope and caring for others, and all the transitory moments that bind us together.”—Hannah Tinti, author of The Twelve Lives of Samuel Hawley and The Good Thief
Native And Garden Plants For The Church Altar by Lex Danson
Imminent Domain by Ben Witherington III
Discussing both its present and future dimensions, Witherington brings out at length the implications of kingdom thinking for both theology and ethics, both praxis and worship.
The New Handbook Of The Christian Year by Hoyt L. Hickman
The New Handbook of the Christian Year: Second Edition, by Hoyt L. Hickman, Don E. Saliers, Laurence Hull Stookey, and James F. White. Lectionary, prayers, responses, and Communion services updated for consistency with books of worship from several denominations. Includes: glossary of Christian symbols, glossary of liturgical terms, annotated bibliography, index of Scripture readings, index of Psalms, and an ecumenical service for the sacrament of the Lord's Supper.
Introduction To Christian Worship Third Edition by James F. White
Introduction to Christian Worship, Third Edition traces the development of the major forms of Christian worship, and includes discussion of the newest service books of the principal churches of North America and the British Isles. This staple of liturgical history is used widely in Protestant seminaries and is read by clergy and laity alike as an accurate, informative, and accessible introduction to all aspects of Christian worship. This revision keeps pace with the latest scholarship and includes more maps, tables, woodcuts, and photographs.
Companion To The Book Of Worship by William Frederick Dunkle
The Dance for Joy unit uses the Bible story included in Acts 3:1-10. Peter and John were going to the Jewish Temple in Jerusalem for the evening hour of prayer (about 3 p.m.). A man who had been unable to walk since birth was being carried to the Temple gate so that he could beg for alms. The man asked Peter and John to give him alms. He probably expected money. Peter said, "I have no silver or gold, but what I have I give you; in the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth, stand up and walk" (Acts 3:6). Then he took the man by the right hand and pulled him to his feet. Immediately the man was able to walk and jump. The healed man entered the Temple with Peter and John. He was walking, leaping, and praising God. Everyone recognized him as the man who had been lame for more than forty years. They were amazed that he had been healed. Children will explore the following concepts: The Book of Acts tells of early Christians who continued Jesus' ministry. Peter and John gave a man lame since birth a gift more valuable than silver or gold. The power to heal came from Jesus, not from Peter. The man walked, leaped, and praised God. Many people saw the change in the man who was healed, and they were amazed. Christians today continue Jesus' healing ministry. For more information about PowerXpress, go to www.powerxpress.com.