Three Generations Fight Cancer Together: Lessons Learned on the Journey: Elaine Bush
Off Grid Living: 15 Amazing Lessons on the Advantages That Living Off the Grid in a Community Brings: Mach Bush
Rod Bush:Lessons from a Radical Black Scholar on Liberation, Love, and Justice Ahead Publishing House (imprint: Okcir Press). Human Architecture: Journal of the Sociology of Self-Knowledge (Edited Collection Series), 2019
A Life in the Bush:Lessons from My Father Penguin Canada Roy Macgregor
Alaskan Bush Adventures:Lessons from the LandLessons from the Lord Grupo Nelson. US open market-Ausgabe Don Ernst
There is a vast expanse of wilderness that lies within the borders of the United States-a land where there are no roads, no malls and no power lines stretching across the horizon. Instead, nature is on display in all of its glory. With forests, meadows, river basins, lakes, and mountains-the variety is as diverse as the expanse of the land itself. This is Alaska, the Great Land. Within these wild stretches of Alaska lie small, scattered, remote villages which are home to various ethnic groups of Alaskan natives. In the spring of 1990, Don Ernst and his wife moved to one of these isolated villages to begin a church planting ministry. During the next 27 years, life and ministry were within the realm of this setting. There were lessons learned from the elders and from the land. During this time of ministry there were also lessons learned from the Lord. The author shares these times of life lessons and spiritual growth in the tradition of the culture: stories. These stories of life and ministry share the tragedies and the triumphs sprinkled with grief and laughter. The author uses stories to instruct, encourage, and challenge you as he unfolds them in the real life setting of the Alaskan bush.
The Leadership Genius of George W. Bush:10 Commonsense Lessons from the Commander in Chief Carolyn B. Thompson, Jim Ware
How can an unholy people stand before a holy God? Who is God, and what is his relationship to his creation? And how can we know him? In Exodus 3, Moses saw a bush that was burning yet was not consumed by the flames. When he turned to look at it, God gave him one of the most profound theology lessons recorded in the Bible. There, God revealed himself in a remarkable way, and as Dr. R.C. Sproul writes, ´´His revelation in the burning bush continues to have relevance for Christians today.´´ 1. Language: English. Narrator: William Serries. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/hove/003683/bk_hove_003683_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.