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Lifestyle Evangelism

by Joe Aldrich

Finding common ground and earning the right to be heard is the secret to lifestyle evangelism. In this classic bestseller, now released as a mass-market paperback, Dr. Joe Aldrich shows us how we can build genuine, caring relationships with nonbelievers that will open their hearts to the gospel message. The author's approach is biblical, practical, and natural. Lifestyle Evangelism is the definitive work in introducing people to the Savior in a way that displays God's authentic love for the lost.From the Trade Paperback edition.

Lifestyle Math: Your Financial Planning Portfolio: A Supplemental Mathematics Unit for Career Choices

by Mindy Bingham Jo Willhite Shirley Myers Itoko Maeno

Working through the challenge of the activities in this book and learning the formulas that you'll use repeatedly in the future will equip you with the tools to save money, stretch your resources, reduce frustration and broaden your choices. For nearly twenty years, high school and college students have consistently cited the problems in this book as favorite activities of our curriculum. Students report years later how meaningful and valuable this experience was in preparing them for "real life."

Lifestyles of the Rich and Undead

by Katie Macalister

A delightful e-short story from New York Times and USA TODAY bestselling author Katie MacAlister, featuring the vampire hero of her novella "Shades of Gray," from the upcoming Pocket Books paranormal romance anthology The Undead in My Bed. Ladies, be sure to catch our interview with the reclusive, oh-so-sexy Dark One Grayson Soucek, when he talks to our reporter about what it's like to be one of the Otherworld's most eligible (and titled!) bachelors. Gray dishes all on what he's looking for in a permanent blood donor, his turn-ons and turn-offs, and what he likes on a date (hint--dinner in a romantic dungeon is one way to this vampire's heart). It's all in our next edition of Lifestyles of the Rich and Undead!

Lifetime

by Lola M. Schaefer Christopher Silas Neal

In one lifetime, a caribou will shed 10 sets of antlers, a woodpecker will drill 30 roosting holes, a giraffe will wear 200 spots, a seahorse will birth 1,000 babies.Count each one and many more while learning about the wondrous things that can happen in just one lifetime. This extraordinary book collects animal information not available anywhere else--and shows all 30 roosting holes, all 200 spots, and, yes!, all 1,000 baby seahorses in eye-catching illustrations. A book about picturing numbers and considering the endlessly fascinating lives all around us, Lifetime is sure to delight young nature lovers.

Lifetime Encyclopedia of Letters

by Harold E. Meyer

Provides letters that can help you think of what to write.

Lifetime Personal Fitness

by Roberta Stokes Sandra L. Schultz Barbara C. Polansky

This book is about Physical fitness. This book will assist with a variety of topics related to health and physical fitness.

Lifetime Physical Fitness and Wellness

by Wener W. K. Hoeger Sharon A. Hoeger

Written by noted authority Dr. Werner Hoeger, LIFETIME PHYSICAL FITNESS AND WELLNESS, 10e, delivers thorough, balanced, and up-to-date coverage that equips you with the theory and tools needed to make positive health behavior choices now and throughout your life. The text presents material that is interesting, timely, and relevant to your world--including practical steps you can take to start positive behavior changes to improve your health. Excellent photos and descriptive examples help you easily visualize and relate to chapter concepts. The text's unique design integrates activities throughout each chapter, enabling you to learn core concepts and immediately apply your knowledge to self-review and application exercises. LIFETIME PHYSICAL FITNESS AND WELLNESS features the latest research, including the new ACSM Guidelines, and interactive learning resources such as Cengage NOW, an online tutorial that includes pre- and post-tests, personalized study plans, activities, labs, and the personal change planner. The authors teach you how to take control of your personal fitness, health, and lifestyle habits so you can make a constant and deliberate effort to stay healthy--and realize your highest potential for good health.

The Lifetime Reading Plan

by Clifton Fadiman

From Homer to Hawthorne, Plato to Pascal, and Shakespeare to Solzhenitsyn, the great writers of Western civilization can be found in its pages. In addition, this new edition offers a much broader representation of women authors.

Lifetimes under Apartheid

by Nadine Gordimer

Excerpts from the works of Nadine Gordimer, Nobel Prize for Literature winner from South Africa.

Lift

by Kelly Corrigan

Kelly Corrigan's first book, The Middle Place, was a New York Times, USA Today, Publishers Weekly, IndieBound, Washington Post, Boston Globe, and San Francisco Chronicle bestseller.- Kelly gives over 100 speeches a year, and her website for friends and family of breast cancer patients, CircusOfCancer.org, welcomes over 10,000 visitors a month.- On You Tube, Kelly has become a sensation: Her video Transcending has been viewed more than 4 million times.

Lift Every Voice: The History of African American Music

by Burton W. Peretti

Since their enslavement in West Africa and transport to plantations of the New World, black people have made music that has been deeply entwined with their religious, community, and individual identities. Music was one of the most important constant elements of African American culture in the centuries-long journey from slavery to freedom. It also continued to play this role in blacks' post-emancipation odyssey from second-class citizenship to full equality. Lift Every Voice traces the roots of black music in Africa and slavery and its evolution in the United States from the end of slavery to the present day. The music's creators, consumers, and distributors are all part of the story. Musical genres such as spirituals, ragtime, the blues, jazz, gospel, rhythm and blues, rock, soul, and hip-hop-as well as black contributions to classical, country, and other American music forms-depict the continuities and innovations that mark both the music and the history of African Americans. A rich selection of documents help to define the place of music within African American communities and the nation as a whole.

Lift Up Your Hands: Raise Your Praise and Get Lost in God

by Gloria P. Pruett

This book will do for praising God what Prayers That Avail Much and What Happens When Women Pray did for raising the level of personal prayer among Christians. Oftentimes when praying, people get frustrated and stuck using the same phrases and words over and over in their effort to tell God how much they appreciate and honor Him. In LIFT UP YOUR HANDS, Minister Gloria P. Pruett delivers The ABCs of Praise to help readers focus and uncover their personal, plentiful reasons to give God praise. This simple but effective and powerful tool is accompanied by Pruetts own praise testimony, examples of how to personally use her method to develop a new way of praising, and exercises designed to get the most out of daily prayer time.

Lift Your Mood With Power Food

by Christine Bailey

Depression, stress and low-energy levels seem like inevitable symptoms of our hectic modern lives, often made worse by our quick-fix diet of caffeine, alcohol and sugary snacks. But it doesn't have to be that way. Respected nutritionist Christine Bailey presents extensive advice and tasty recipes to enable you to harness the natural power of food and boost your mood. Specialised chapters provide practical nutritional advice to help alleviate the symptoms of a range of conditions, from depression and difficulty sleeping to Seasonal Affective Disorder and PMS, and shows how common disorders can be overcome simply and effectively through improvements in diet.By following the advice and specially commissioned recipes of Lift Your Mood, you can embrace a healthy new lifestyle, helping you stay alert, motivated and happy for many years to come.

Lifting Depression

by Kelly Lambert

Today's young adults are up to ten times more likely to experience depression than their grandparents were. Could it be that in our increasingly automated world, the reduced physical effort needed to accomplish anything may somehow interfere with our level of happiness and subsequent responses to stress? Neuroscientist Kelly Lambert finds compelling evidence that having to work hard for rewards significantly improves mood and prevents depression. Beginning with her innovative research on rats-she compared "trust-fund rats" (whose rewards came with no effort on their part) to hard-working "trained-to-succeed" rodents-Lambert offers hope of treatment for people without debilitating (and often ineffective) drugs. Drawing on a wealth of information from the fields of anthropology, neuroscience, and evolutionary psychology, Lambert develops a unique theory suggesting that physical effort directed toward tangible outcomes activates particular regions of the brain and builds resilience against the emotional emptiness and negative thinking associated with depression. Whereas most therapies emphasize the importance of mental activity, Lambert reminds us of the importance of physical activity in establishing control in a fast-paced culture that is focused more on the prospect of immediate gratification than savoring the fruits of our labor.

Light

by M. John Harrison

In Harrison's dangerously illuminating new novel, three quantum outlaws face a universe of their own creation, where the rules are made up--and broken--along the way, and where there's only one thing more mysterious than darkness.

The Light Ages

by Ian R. Macleod

From the book jacket: In a bleak and gritty England, in a fantastical Age of Industry, the wealth that comes from magic is both revered and reviled. Here, an ambitious young man is haunted by his childhood love-a woman determined to be a part of the world he despises... The northern town of Bracebridge is dominated by the never-ending sound of its aether mines. Toiling men work the earth, extracting the magical and dangerous substance-the source of all power-from the ground. Even at eight, Robert Borrows knows that this is what his future holds... Meanwhile, in an isolated and dilapidated manor known as Redhouse, the precocious Annalise grows up under the care of her guardian. Brought to Redhouse on a mysterious trip by his distraught mother, Robert becomes fascinated with Annalise, for unlike him, she is rich in magic that she keeps carefully hidden, and not quite of this world. But after that same magic ciaims his mother, Robert flees to London. It is there that he feels most keenly the difference between those hired by the guilds to extract the aether and those who profit from their labors. It is also in London that he runs into Annalise again. Now a revolutionary, Robert wishes to destroy the upper class world that Annalise has come to call her own. But together they learn that their fates were entwined long before they were even bom-on an infamous day in Bracebridge when the engines stopped working. And what they discover about that day just might end this age of misery once and for all...

A Light Among Shadows

by Tamela Hancock Murray

ABIGAIL'S FUTURE LOOKS BLEAK. Although a member of Britain's aristocracy Abigail has led a sheltered life in her father's manor house. Then, she discovers the arranged marriage her father has planned.

Light and Liberty

by Thomas Jefferson Eric Petersen

Were Thomas Jefferson alive to read this book, he would recognize every sentence, every elegant turn of phrase, every lofty, beautifully expressed idea. Indeed, every word in the book is his. In an astonishing feat of editing, Eric S. Petersen has culled the entirety of Thomas Jefferson's published works to fashion thirty-four original essays on themes ranging from patriotism and liberty to hope, humility, and gratitude. The result is a lucid, inspiring distillation of the wisdom of one of America's greatest political thinkers.From his personal motto--"Rebellion to tyrants is obedience to God"--to his resounding discourse on "life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness" in the Declaration of Independence, Jefferson defined the essential truth of the American spirit. In the essays that Petersen has crafted from letters, speeches, and public documents, Jefferson's unique moral philosophy and vision shine through. Among the hundreds of magnificent sentences gathered in this volume, here are Jefferson's pronouncements onGratitude: "I have but one system of ethics for men and for nations--to be grateful, to be faithful to all engagements and under all circumstances, to be open and generous."Religion: "A concern purely between our God and our consciences."America's national character: "It is part of the American character to consider nothing as desperate; to surmount every difficulty with resolution and contrivance."Public debt: "We shall all consider ourselves unauthorized to saddle posterity with our debts, and morally bound to pay them ourselves."War: "I abhor war and view it as the greatest scourge of mankind."In stately measured cadences, these thirty-four essays provide timeless guidance on leading a spiritually fulfilling life. Light and Liberty is a triumphant work of supreme eloquence, as uplifting today as when Jefferson first set these immortal sentences on paper.From the Hardcover edition.

Light and Shadows: Selected Poems and Prose

by Robert Bly James Wright Dennis Maloney Antonio T. De Nicolas Clark Zlotchew Juan Ramón Jiménez

Juan Ramón Jiménez, along with Antonio Machado and Unamuno, formed the generation of '98 which ushered in a renaissance in Spanish poetry at the turn of the century. Their work inspired the next generation of Spanish poets including Lorca, Aleixandre, Alberti, and Guillen. Juan Ramon, as he was fondly known, was very supportive of younger writers, commenting on their work and publishing it in magazines he edited. Juan Ramón Jiménez was a poet of solitude and lightness. His poems were ecstatic moments of life which rise up like sparks from a campfire. Rather than relying on rhythm and technique, he emphasized how a poet should live, realizing that only in solitude do man's emotions finally become clear to him. In 1956 Jimenez received the Nobel Prize for Literature. In awarding the prize the Nobel Committee honored Jimenez "for your lyric poetry, which in the Spanish language, constitutes an exemplar of high spirituality and artistic purity" and said "by being an idealist dreamer, Jiménez represents ... the highest Spanish tradition and honoring him is also honoring Machado and Garcia Lorca ..." The joy of receiving the Nobel Prize was diminished by his intense grief over the illness of his wife, Zenobia, who died shortly after. Jiménez stopped writing, living himself only until 1958. Jiménez dedicated over fifty years of his life to poetry. Each poem had a life of its own, a bit of the Tao running through it. He seems to have gradually become aware of the natural force residing in all things: a tree, a woman, a moonlit mountain ... This collection brings together a selection of poems from all periods of his work and is rounded out with a generous selection from Juan Ramón Jiménez's widely-admired prose work Platero and I.

The Light and the Dark

by Andrew Bromfield Mikhail Shishkin

The only author to win all three major Russian literary prizes (including the Russian Booker Prize), Mikhail Shiskin is one of the most acclaimed contemporary Russian literary figures. The Guardian said of Shishkin's writing: "richly textured and innovative. . . arguably Russia's greatest living novelist." In this ly rical novel, two young lovers, Vladimir and Alexandra (known fondly to each other as Vovka and Sashka), are separated. A soldier, Vovka has gone off to help quell the Boxer Rebellion, forcing the two to keep their love alive through a passionate exchange of letters. But as their correspondence continues, it becomes clear that the couple's separation is chronological as well as geographical--that their extraordinary romance is actually created out of, as well as kept alive by, their yearning epistolary exchange, which defies not only space but time. With this contrapuntal literary testament to the delirious, transcendent power of love, Mikhail Shishkin--the most celebrated Russian author of his generation--has created a masterpiece of modern fiction.From the Hardcover edition.

The Light and the Glory

by Peter Marshall David Manuel

Was there a divine call upon the United States at its birth? Telling the stories omitted from revisionist history, this best-seller rediscovers America's destiny.

The Light and the Glory for Children

by Peter Marshall David Manuel

This book traces the early growth of our country from Christopher Columbus to George Washington. This book shows God's providence in the creation of the United States. There are discussion questions and a glossary.

The Light at Tern Rock

by Julia L. Sauer

Ronnie and his aunt take care of the lighthouse while the keeper is on vacation, and when he does not return as expected, they discover that Tern Rock is a perfect place to spend Christmas.

The Light-Bearer's Daughter (The Chronicles of Faerie Book 3)

by O. R. Melling

Dana has few memories of her mother, who disappeared when she was small. But she has always dreamed, despite her father's discouragement, that her mother would come back one day. When her dad decides to leave Ireland and take a job across the ocean in Canada, Dana is heartbroken. How can she leave her home and the only chance of seeing her mother again? She runs away, high into the fairy mountains of Ireland. Following ancient paths, with a mysterious wolf companion by her side, Dana encounters a world of tragic enchantment and fairy romance, and discovers a great secret about herself.

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