One Day at a Time

Author: David M. Sloan

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 1257924621

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 189

View: 7360


"One Day at a Time" is an inspirational story of David Sloan's battle against MS. This book is about using hope and attitude as weapons to fight through the mental gymnastics and roadblocks that MS created as Sloan's disease progressed. It features a step-by-step description of searching for answers that resulted in finally finding a label for his disabling symptoms. Sloan's life as a successful investment banker, always in control, gave way to learning that health and family were much more important than money and power when he finally retired on long term disability. His journey included traveling alone to Brazil where he spent time with a spiritual healer. This experience strengthened Sloan's resolve to never give up and use attitude to his advantage. Whoever he knows or meets has never met anyone with a stronger positive attitude. One can only understand his strength by learning about a similar battle with MS fought by Sloan's mom, who spent thirteen years in a nursing home yet never complained.

Life, One Day at a Time!

Author: Lonna Herrell

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1462883915

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 84

View: 7166


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One Day at a Time

Author: Carole-Lynne Le Navenec,Tina Vonhof

Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group

ISBN: 9780865692572

Category: Psychology

Page: 248

View: 3823


One Day at a Time is the expression used by many families to describe how they manage living with a devastating illness like dementia. Based on a two-year qualitative study, this book explores the nature of, and changes in, the family context and family interaction when one member of the household comes to be identified as having dementia. Given the increasing size of the population over the age of 65, this is becoming an increasingly important issue.

One Day at a Time

Author: Arch. Alexander

Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand

ISBN: 3734077664

Category: Fiction

Page: 122

View: 4316


Reproduction of the original: One Day at a Time by Arch. Alexander

One Day at a Time

Author: Lea Karen Kivi

Publisher: Xulon Press

ISBN: 1615795480

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 248

View: 8097


The gift to be "born again" each day could sum up the impact of this book. It is an inspired personal journey through the Bible. As such it provides energy and hope during the difficult days of that journey as well as praise and thanksgiving for the gifted days of joy and happiness. A precious companion for those searching for personal nourishment from the Scriptures. - Joseph Grassi, Professor Emeritus, Santa Clara University This book will be a rich resource for many people. The reflections and questions help to focus on selected key points in a way that leads to personal application and prayer. - Dr. Eileen Schuller, Professor of Religious Studies, McMaster University In a day when addiction issues are permeating society, looking carefully at Scripture and some of the more difficult issues of life is a great investment of time. - Dr. Steve Stiles, Professor of Addiction Studies, Bethany University Lea Karen Kivi, M.A. is a technical writer who has worked in Silicon Valley, California and in Toronto, Canada. Outside of work, her writings touch on both the light side and dark side of community life, with a view to bringing unity, healing, and forgiveness where needed. Topics of her articles range from reporting on community celebrations to the analysis of particularly painful and sensitive issues such as domestic violence, sexual harassment, and clerical abuse. She has studied philosophy and French literature at the University of Toronto, biblical languages and exegesis at Regis College, and pastoral ministry at Santa Clara University. In her faith life, she has studied Hebrew at a synagogue, spoken at an interfaith conference hosted by a Muslim community, and been a member of several Christian denominations. Currently, her spiritual home is St. Michael's Cathedral in Toronto.

Forever... One Day at a Time

Author: Gail Winegar

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 166984398X

Category: Humor

Page: 222

View: 2513


Laugh, cry and muse over Winegar’s unique perspective as you travel along through culture shock, jungle vines and language barriers. Her vivid imagery and quirky outlook from the vantage point of a missionary makes this a book you will not soon forget. It’s a kaleidoscope of lush green foliage dotted with brilliant flowers of every imaginable hue. Toucans chatter in the trees. Giant red-orange hummingbirds with long scissor beaks flick their transparent tongues—darting, guarding, teasing, chasing—their wings whirring like propellers. Palm trees flutter like long eyelashes, batting and flirting with the birds. Enormous banana leaves are fringed and tattered, reminding one that age and experience bring resilience to the wind and elements. The newer leaves will be like that soon enough but for now they sway in the humid, salty breeze, the idealistic perfection of youth.

One Day At A Time

Author: Bea. Evans

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 1257941089

Category:

Page: 162

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One Day at a Time

Author: Neil T. Anderson,Mike Quarles,Julia Quarles

Publisher: Baker Books

ISBN: 1441265813

Category: Religion

Page: 364

View: 3802


Many Christians are locked in a cycle of addiction, particularly in the areas of alcohol and drug abuse. Adapting his successful Steps to Freedom in Christ, Dr. Neil Anderson has provided an alternative model of recovery for substance and alcohol abusers--a model that has also freed hundreds of thousands struggling with other kinds of addictions. But the devil doesn't give up easily. So to further help recovering addicts still struggling with temptation, there is the One Day at a Time devotional. Here are inspirational readings that reinforce the Steps to Freedom and encourage those on the road to recovery. This product is for those who want to break free from a debilitating lifestyle of addiction, and for pastors and counselors to use with their clients.

One Day at a Time

Author: Susie McRae

Publisher: WestBow Press

ISBN: 1490855416

Category: Religion

Page: 393

View: 2425


If you have picked up this book, if you are reading these words, you have walked into a divine appointment. From cover to cover, these writings will accompany you through the day. When the hours ahead hold smiles and laughter, the goodness of God is clear. But what do you do with the pain you didn't see coming or the loss you were not prepared to face? The heart of God is rich with love. He cares about everything concerning you. Snuggled into the center of the Bible is the book of Psalms. You will find great joy and deep sorrow reflected in the beauty of these scriptures. By examining three translations of the word of God, you will gain insight into the Father's heart. Tomorrow is not promised; however, be confident that the God of mercy and grace walks with you--one day at a time.

One Day at a Time

Author: Dorothy M. Stewart

Publisher: SPCK

ISBN: 0281065500

Category: Religion

Page: 54

View: 5081


This book of brief Bible readings, meditations, prayers and self-help suggestions has been written especially for those who have very little time for themselves. Both realistic and upbeat, it will strengthen carers to face squarely the many challenges and struggles of their role -- one day at a time.