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Dog Years is a heartwarming look at the lives and stories of 30 dogs. By presenting portraits of each dog as a puppy and again as an older dog, photographer Amanda Jones reveals the unique spark of personality that lasts a lifetime. These beautiful images of breeds ranging from golden retrievers and Great Danes to pugs and French bulldogs are accompanied by reflections from loved ones on the lives they share with their furry companions. The result is a celebration of each dog and a tribute to the relationships we share with our four-­legged friends.

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My mothers told me that life hadn’t always been like this. Before, when the Lord’s mother had been in charge, we were taken care of it. That was a long time ago though, long before I could remember.
Now there was just this. This terrible hunger and cold.

Centuries ago, back before there were written records, the Goddess decreed that the Nobility would stand as protectors of Faith Land, watching over the devout people and defending against the Faithless. Most Grand Houses fulfilled this duty with honour but there were a few who abused their position.

Seeing the consequences of this neglect, the pain and suffering it has caused, Michael Trevelyon has to choose between ignoring what the Goddess is telling him is right and breaking one of the strongest entrenched Faith conventions: never interfere on someone else’s land.

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My name was Velvet Moon. Guess it still is. I never thought I would have an interesting life. It was ok, just not interesting. Now my death is another story. Momma and I had no idea the day Wren Easton came into our shop would change our lives so much, or that he would involve us in his job with the government. Did I mention he was like a Ghostbuster 007 Interesting job. Now I have to solve my murder, protect my mother, and fight against an evil man that wants to rule the world. Why not I have nothing better to do.

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In this unique book about the major religious traditions of the world, a practitioner from each tradition-­Hinduism, Judaism, Buddhism, Christianity, and Islam-­introduces the basics of his or her faith and participates in a conversation about the challenge

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Amanda Berry Smith (January 23, 1837 – February 24, 1915) was a former slave who became an inspiration to thousands of women both black and white.­In 1876, she was invited to speak and sing in England travelling on a first class cabin provided by her friends. The captain invited her to conduct a religious service on board and she was so modest that the other passengers spread word of her and resulted in her staying in England and Scotland for a year and a half. She next traveled to and ministered in India, then spent eight years in Africa working with churches and evangelizing. While in Africa she suffered from repeated attacks of "African Fever" but persisted in her work. As a strong proponent of the Temperance Movement both in Africa and in the United States, she was invited by noted temperance advocate Rev. Dr. Theodore Ledyard Cuyler to preach at his Lafayette Avenue Presbyterian Church in Brooklyn New York, then the largest church in its denomination. Upon her return from . . .

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In this unique book about the major religious traditions of the world, a practitioner from each tradition—Hinduism, Judaism, Buddhism, Christianity, and Islam—introduces the basics of his or her faith and participates in a conversation about the challenges of being faithful in the modern world. Each essay and conversation is followed by a list of suggestions for further reading. Written for the non–specialist, Five Voices Five Faiths is an accessible book in which neighbors honor both our differences and our common bonds. Some may say that my only obligation to other non-­Christian believers is to preach the good news of God in Christ Jesus. They may also believe that participating in interfaith dialogue and relationship, by the very nature of the task, causes me to disobey the gospel mandate to go into the world and make disciples of all people. I understand the position, and for much of my life subscribed to it. But today, as a middle-­aged woman, with grown children and aging . . .

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