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Michael C. Stone is a God-fearing Christian man whose family was saved and now lives in the glow of Gods loving kindness. Late one night, Michaels phone rings, bringing with it terrible news: Michaels longtime friend, Nathan Parkera gay manlies in a hospital bed, dying of AIDS. Through his beliefs and love of God, Michael witnesses to Nathan, striving to help him to overcome his past demons and find a life worth living that is free of past temptations. Nathan discovers the true meaning of love, the power of forgiveness, and his true purpose in life. He receives a miracle and a second chance to start his life anew surrounded by Gods love. Even so, along the way he finds himself tempted by his past way of life. He focuses his efforts on helping others to escape the gay lifestyle he used to live, and he is encouraged by friends and family. His life eventually becomes an example for others to follow. All life is based on the choices we make, both the good and the bad. Nathan struggles to make the right choices and to place his love and faith in God.
IT'S NEVER TOO LATE TO LEARN HOW TO LOVE When you fall in love you may be repeating bad relationship habits that you learned growing up or in a previous unhealthy relationship. No matter what your history, Getting Love Right can explain how to build and maintain healthy intimacy, including: * How to recognize if you are in a compulsive, apathetic, or healthy relationship * How to become a person who is capable of healthy intimacy * How to choose a healthy partner If you are in a relationship or want to be in one, Terence T. Gorski will teach you that love isn't just something that happens -- love is something you can learn.
The central problem, she argues, is that people do not face a single culture, but a diverse one with multiple perspectives and competing experts. American culture speaks of love that is perfect and instantaneous and yet also talks of the constant need to improve relationships. Talk of Love shows how people navigate between these discordant messages and learn to live with these contradictions."--BOOK JACKET.
From the murderous bowels of post-communist Bulgaria, Stefon Slavov, an Olympic wrestler turned mafia operative, flees after assassinating and desecrating Bulgaria’s defense minister and his bodyguards. In the Czech Republic, the culprit changes his identity to Branimir Korda and falls in love with Danica, an Olympic gymnast. To avoid the reaches of an Interpol warrant, Branimir and Danica flee to the United States. In New Jersey, they become involved with a drug smuggler. Using a fast boat and creative procedures, they establish a smuggling operation with landing points stretching the length of the east coast. Branimir and Danica have a son named Andrei, who is endowed with superior athleticism. Meanwhile, a barroom brawler, Sammy Borden, emerges in Georgia. In a chance encounter in North Carolina, Sammy and Andrei fight back-to-back against daunting odds. The incident creates a bond of friendship between the two. Back in Georgia, Sammy engages a motorcycle gang in two savage conflicts. These clashes bring Sammy acclaim and launch him on a new career. In the midst of his career change, he discovers an alternate source of power. Tragedy strikes the Korda family, and they turn to Sammy Borden for solace. A flurry of concluding incidents have life-changing effects on key characters.

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