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Travel with author Irene Burns, from the nostalgic 1950's to the present, as she shares recollections of her marriage to high school sweetheart, Don, and the raising of their family. Join the Burns household through the years-to cozy evenings, where supper was served from a wood-burning stove... warm evenings, where family devotions were at 7:00 in the evening, with Don at the piano, followed by the reading of scriptures and prayer. Smile, enjoy a belly laugh-at the lovable, but precocious Goatie, the family goat, with an acquired taste for plastic flowers and the landlady's purloined cabbages! Get blessed, as life with the Burns family shows you how Jesus: Has a plan of salvation / Makes all the difference in a life / Can protect you from all harm and hurt / Answers prayers, often in most unusual ways / Brings miracles of healing and provision, even in the least likely of circumstances. Come away restored in your Christian faith, assured of God's promise from Psalm 46:1, that God is truly your "refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble"! Book jacket.
George Theriault has been flying in northern Canada since the summer of 1934. When he established his own air service in in 1954, his skills as a bush pilot and sportsman made him one of the most popular outfitters in northern Ontario. This series of stories chronicles his many adventures from Alaska to Labrador, including seal and whale hunting with native people. .
Though much has been written about the political implications of the religious revival which has engulfed America in recent years, a question remains unanswered: what pushes its people into 'declaring for Jesus'? Douglas Kennedy spent a long hot summer cruising through that expanse of the American South known as 'The Bible Belt' exploring that question. In a remarkable journey into one of the strangest corners of the United States, Kennedy finds himself spending time in Miami with a one-time member of the Mafia turned charismatic preacher, discovering Christian heavy metal music in Nashville, and visiting Death Row in South Carolina with an evangelist who ministers to the condemned. Repeatedly discovering the extraordinary within the ordinary, IN GOD'S COUNTRY is a profound, yet brilliantly entertaining exploration of life in late twentieth century America.
Philmont offers arguably the most challenging personal and group experiences available through Boy Scouting. Join in on the adventure as an adult Scouter returns to Philmont after 33 years with 11 other crew members, including two of his sons. The daily diary is both insightful and inspirational, providing those who have yet to experience Philmont firsthand a unique glimpse into what the Philmont experience is all about. The author brings you along on the trail as he details the preparation, excitement and trials. Valuable reading for anyone considering a trip to Boy Scouting's great ""adventureland."" A portion of the proceeds from sale of this book go toward a Philmont campership program.
The effect of the automobile on rural America is examined in terms of leisure activity, education, and medicine, as well as its interaction with other inventions such as electricity and the telephone
Neiwert's grand overview describes the wide range of Patriot organizations and beliefs found in Montana, Idaho, Washington and Oregon today. He presents a case for maintaining a dialogue with Patriot believers, because these people are our neighbors, relatives and fellow citizens, and they are here to stay.

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