Hannah's Child

Author: Stanley Hauerwas

Publisher: SCM Press

ISBN: 0334047854

Category: Religion

Page: 304

View: 4835

In 2001 Stanley Hauerwas was voted 'America's best theologian' by "Time Magazine". Here are Hauerwas' long-awaited memoirs. A loving, hard-working, godly couple has long been denied a family of their own. Finally, the wife makes a deal with God: if he blesses her with a child, she will dedicate that child to God's service. The result of that prayer was the birth of an influential - some say prophetic - voice. Surprisingly, this is not the biblical story of Samuel but the account of Stanley Hauerwas, one of today's leading theologians in the church and the academy. The story of Hauerwas' journey into Christian discipleship is captivating and inspiring. With genuine humility, he describes his intellectual struggles with faith, how he has dealt with the reality of marriage to a mentally ill partner, and the gift of friendships that have influenced his character. Throughout the narrative shines Hauerwas' conviction that the tale of his life is worth telling only because of the greater Christian story providing foundation and direction for his own.

Good Health

Author: John Harvey Kellogg,James Thomas Case

Publisher: N.A


Category: Hygiene

Page: N.A

View: 3843

Drawing and Painting

Author: John Matthews

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN: 9780761947868

Category: Education

Page: 225

View: 1711

The author questions inherited wisdom about children's development in visual representation and explains different models of development in visual expression.

Hannah's Progeny

Author: Mary F. Twitty

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1479734209

Category: Fiction

Page: 168

View: 1780

Finally, Hannahs life has mellowed into a glorious golden hue. Her accomplishments for a better life for her children has trickled down to her great-grandchildren. She looks at them, and while Seamus is no longer at her side, these great-grands more than fi ll the empty void. Smiling, she recalls the fi rst twelve years of happiness. The next ten were fraught with disappointments and betrayals, but when she steps foot on American soil, she blossoms and so does her family. Holding the large photograph, she caresses each face and then closes her eyes in absolute peace.


Author: Corin Hughs

Publisher: WestBowPress

ISBN: 1490807896

Category: Fiction

Page: 184

View: 9493

Hannah Mattox longs to be a mother. However, her heart disease, pulmonary hypertension, prevents her from safely bearing children. Karla Valez is a homeless prostitute who despises the “thing” growing inside her and hopes to kill it in utero with the drugs that have buried her painful past for nearly five years. Gabriella Greene, founder of the Sanford Crisis Pregnancy Center, finds herself the bridge between these two women. A time when questions far outweigh answers, there is one most pressing: why would God allow this? Weaving together the lives of three very different women, Loving will take readers on an emotional journey that reveals one common thread: they each need to surrender to a God of love.

The Fox and the Flies

Author: Charles van Onselen

Publisher: Random House

ISBN: 1446433382

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 704

View: 7760

At the end of the nineteenth century European pimps and 'white slavers' established a hugely successful global market for commercial sex and for three turbulent decades before the First World War, Joseph Silver was central to this hidden world of betrayal, intrigue, lust and sexual slavery. Burglar, gun-runner and trafficker in women on four continents, Silver was a disturbed adolescent, youthful predator and adult misogynist whose notoriety was captured in the most confidential correspondence of a dozen countries in the western world. But what those in charge of law-enforcement agencies kept to themselves was how their officers had attempted to use Silver as an informer to infiltrate syndicates, only to have him outwit them as he moved in the dangerous space between police and prostitutes. In this brilliant study, Charles van Onselen situates the private life of one man amidst the demi-monde of the Atlantic world and casts a brilliant light on the most infamous serial killer of all time - Jack the Ripper.