Unrelenting Prayer

Unrelenting Prayer
Author: Bob Sorge
Pages: 180
ISBN: 9780974966434
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Release: 2004-01-01
Editor: Bob Sorge
Language: un

Explanation of the Book:

This book helps to explain why God sometimes bears long with His elect, it articulates God's purpose in the wait, expounds on how justice involves both restoration and restitution, and ignites faith to believe God to avenge us of our adversary. Not only is this message fresh from Bob's heart, we believe it is a message that is especially relevant to the body of Christ in this final hour.

Unrelenting

Unrelenting
Author: Marion Kummerow
Pages: 329
ISBN:
Available:
Release: 2021
Editor: Marion Kummerow
Language: un

Explanation of the Book:

Berlin, Germany 1932. In a time of political unrest and strife, one man finds the courage to fight back... Dr. Wilhelm "Q" Quedlin, chemical engineer and inventor, lives for his science. A woman is not in his plans—nor is it to be accused of industrial espionage. But things get worse from there. Watching Hitler's rise to power spurns his desire to avoid yet another war that will completely destroy his beloved country. Q makes the conscious decision to fight against what he knows is wrong, even if working against the Nazis could mean certain death for him— and anyone he loves. Hilde Dremmer has vowed to never love again. But after encountering Q, she wants to give love a second chance. When Q discloses his resistance plan, it’s up to Hilde to choose between her protected life without him or the constant threat of torture if she supports him in his fight against injustice. She has witnessed enough of the Nazi government's violent acts to be appalled by the new political power, but will this be enough for an ordinary girl to do the extraordinary and stand beside the man she loves in a time of total desolation? This World War II spy story is based on the true events of one couple's struggle for happiness while battling a war against their own leaders. This book is a must-read for everyone wondering how an entire nation could slide from democracy to totalitarian dictatorship ultimately killing millions of "undesirables" whose only crime was having a different faith, skin color or political opinion.

Unrelenting

Unrelenting
Author: George H. Morris,Karen Robertson Terry
Pages: 436
ISBN: 1570767106
Available:
Release: 2016
Editor: Unknown
Language: un

Explanation of the Book:

Carouser, competitor, taskmaster, dreamer, teacher, and visionary, George Morris has been ever-present on the rarified stage of the international riding elite for most of the seventy years he's been in the saddle. He has represented our country as an athlete and a coach and, at one time or another, instructed many of our nation's best horsemen and women. His carefully chosen, perfectly enunciated words are notoriously powerful. They can raise you up or cut you to the quick. His approval can be a rainmaker; his derision can end a career. But as much as people know and respect (or perhaps, fear) the public face of George Morris, he has lived, in other ways, a remarkably private life, keeping his own personal struggles - with insecurity, ambition, and love - behind closed doors. It is only now that he has chosen, in his own words, to share the totality of his life - the very public and the incredibly private - with the world. The result for many is a surprisingly frank, honest, personal retrospective from a man presumed to be strict, guarded, and even scary. But while deviating from his reputation as a stickler for formality in some respects, George Morris remains true to his loyalty to his sport and his country, providing an unparalleled chronology of the rise of American equestrianism and its major players - both human and equine. Within these pages readers will find a vivid and often touching portrayal of a man's journey from nervous youth to indelible leader, enmeshed in a fascinating description of high society, international travel, gay life, and elite sport through the past six decades. This engrossing autobiography, the real story of the godlike George Morris, beautifully demonstrates his ultimate humanity.

Unrelenting Love

Unrelenting Love
Author: Richard Doggett
Pages: 412
ISBN: 9781490811666
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Release: 2013-11-11
Editor: WestBowPress
Language: en

Explanation of the Book:

Unrelenting Love is the story of Jack Soule. Growing up as a boy in Colorado and Washington, he came to know the Lord at an early age. Like so many young men in the 1960s and early 1970s, Jack was sent to fight in Vietnam as a Hospital Corpsman with the US Marines. The horror and suffering of war changed Jack and separated him from his relationship and faith in God. Decorated for valor, Jack was a Corpsman many looked up to, yet inside he was scared, alone, and suffering from PTSD. Jack began to achieve all that he ever wanted, but nothing filled the emptiness deep inside. Jack believed that he had failed God and had committed acts that were beyond God’s forgiveness. Jack’s journey back to God’s grace and mercy is an exciting story of love, loss, suffering, and heartache as he questioned whether he would ever again feel God’s love—until God sent Jack the answers to all of his questions in the form of a seven-year-old girl.

Unrelenting Innovation

Unrelenting Innovation
Author: Gerard J. Tellis
Pages: 332
ISBN: 9781118352403
Available:
Release: 2013-01-04
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
Language: en

Explanation of the Book:

Providing illustrative examples of organizations with winning cultures, and based on a study of 770 companies across 15 countries, a noted expert on innovation, advertising and global markets explores the three traits and three practices necessary to create a culture of relentless innovation.

Unrelenting Readers

Unrelenting Readers
Author: Paul M. Hedeen,David Gershom Myers
Pages: 355
ISBN: UOM:39015061145911
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Release: 2004
Editor: Unknown
Language: en

Explanation of the Book:

As creative writing programs, beginning in the '70s, multiplied, poetry criticism became increasingly chummy, little more than a promotional sideshow. Still, some poets (and the best critics of poetry have always been poets) have always written, against the popular tide, independent, honest, and challenging essays and reviews. Here are fifteen essays by the leading poet-critics of our time, including Rita Dove, Robert Haas, Robert Pinsky, Louise Gluck, Mary Kinzie, Mark Jarman, and others. These unflinching voices make sense at last of our Poetry Wars.

Unrelenting Change Innovation and Risk

Unrelenting Change  Innovation  and Risk
Author: Daniel J. Phelan
Pages: 184
ISBN: 9781475812640
Available:
Release: 2016-04-08
Editor: Rowman & Littlefield
Language: un

Explanation of the Book:

In this book, thirty-five year veteran Dan Phelan shares key insights from his personal and professional journey as a transformational, entrepreneurial community college leader. The book’s wisdom and insights are amplified by observations gleaned from interviews and visits with dozens of leading practitioners. Drawing upon his sailing experiences, Phelan argues that leaders should stop playing it safe in the harbor because the real gains driving institutional and student success are found in uncharted waters. Unrelenting Change, Disruptive Innovation, and Risk: Forging the Next Generation of Community Colleges dares community college leaders to innovate and provides them with a toolkit for understanding changing conditions, assessing risk and successfully navigating change.

The Unrelenting Struggle

The Unrelenting Struggle
Author: Winston Churchill
Pages: 349
ISBN: UCSD:31822041498809
Available:
Release: 1946
Editor: Unknown
Language: en

Explanation of the Book:

Unrelenting

Unrelenting
Author: Kevin Daniel Annett
Pages: 342
ISBN: 1523905778
Available:
Release: 2016-02-14
Editor: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Language: un

Explanation of the Book:

Reverend Kevin Annett recounts his twenty year struggle to expose the genocide and torture of Native children in church-run residential schools in Canada.

Boost

Boost
Author: Jamie Gruman,Deirdre Healey
Pages: 209
ISBN: 9781641133043
Available:
Release: 2018-06-01
Editor: IAP
Language: un

Explanation of the Book:

This is a book about recovery. Not recovery from drugs, alcohol, or surgery, but recovery from the numerous and relentless demands we face in handling our everyday obligations. These demands take a toll on us. Regardless of whether they come from paid employment, caring for young children, looking after elderly parents, or trying to get through graduate school, our daily obligations weigh heavily on us. They deplete our energy. They drain us of motivation. They leave us feeling weary and exhausted. If you tend to feel worn out and want to know how to replenish yourself, this book is for you. We should be able to recover from our daily obligations during our downtime. But many of us don’t. In this book we will explain why downtime is inadequate for helping us recharge our batteries, and present you with an effective alternative. Recent scientific developments from around the globe have shed light on the processes that reverse the draining effects of our obligations and help us successfully recover in our leisure time. Not only that, research also reveals that when effective recovery occurs it not only recharges our batteries, but makes us feel happier, makes us healthier, and makes us better at handling the demands that drained us in the first place. We call this boosting to reflect the multi-pronged benefits of successful recovery. In this book we draw on the most cutting-edge science to explain how to transform our ineffective downtime into valuable uptime. Uptime is the time away from our obligations that successfully satisfies the factors that lead us to feel replenished, recharged, recovered, and gives us a boost. Praise for Boost: “Boost has deep implications for everyone” ~ From the Foreword by Shawn Achor, New York Times, bestselling author of Big Potential and The Happiness Advantage “This book is bound to change your life! Writing in an informative, and highly engaging style, Gruman and Healey bring to light a revolutionary new way of dealing with the intensity of everyday obligations. This is by far one of the most comprehensive integrations of modern science and seasoned wisdom in positive psychology. I highly recommend this book.” ~ Mirella De Civita, PhD President of Papillon MDC, Founder of Grand Heron International, author of The Courage to Fall into Life "'Boost' does just that! It gives you a lift! This book provides practical and encouraging examples of how to re-energize in the midst of our challenged and time pressured lives. An enjoyable and extremely beneficial read." ~ Chris Kotsopoulos CEO, Children’s Wish Foundation of Canada "Do you want to know how to recharge? Boost is a must read for you. This fantastic book helps those of us wanting to understand the impact of replenishing ourselves on enhancing our connections, productivity, and happiness, and provides strategies to seriously improve the quality of our lives." ~ Lola Bendana Director, Multi-Languages Corporation “In the age of doing more with less, what every busy working person needs most is proven, practical strategies for staying productive and focused. This book delivers. After all I’ve read and heard about the energy crisis in today’s workplace, Boost told me a lot I didn’t know—and will apply, starting now.” ~ Rona Maynard Former Editor of Chatelaine, Author of My Mother’s Daughter “In today’s world of smartphones, tablets, and relentless connectivity, it is almost impossible to find a reprieve from the stresses of our day to day lives. Gruman and Healey provide clear, well articulated, evidence-based guidance in their expertly written book. Boost is an essential read for anyone looking to live life to the fullest.” ~ Marie-Helene Budworth, PhD Associate Professor, School of Human Resource Management, York University

The Unrelenting Struggle 1942

The Unrelenting Struggle  1942
Author: Winston S. Churchill
Pages: 388
ISBN: 9780795331664
Available:
Release: 2013-04-01
Editor: Rosetta Books
Language: un

Explanation of the Book:

This stunning second volume of wartime speeches and broadcasts from the Nobel Prize–winning prime minister captures the troubled early days of WWII. Legendary politician and military strategist Winston S. Churchill was a master not only of the battlefield, but of the page and the podium. Over the course of forty books and countless speeches, broadcasts, news items, and more, he addressed a country at war and at peace, thrilling with victory but uneasy with its shifting role on the world stage. In 1953, he was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature for “his mastery of historical and biographical description as well as for brilliant oratory in defending exalted human values.” During his lifetime, he enthralled readers and brought crowds roaring to their feet; in the years since his death, his skilled writing has inspired generations of eager history buffs. This second volume in the series of the great orator’s wartime speeches, broadcasts, public messages, and other communications take readers through the difficult years of 1940 to 1941. Faced with a challenging moment for the military as well as a groundswell of criticism from his government and his people, Churchill used his extraordinary command of language to inspire Britain to stand strong against Hitler and the growing Nazi threat. No fan of WWII military history should be without this extraordinary collection of seventy-two broadcasts, speeches, and messages to Parliament.

Kris Longknife Unrelenting

Kris Longknife  Unrelenting
Author: Mike Shepherd
Pages: 400
ISBN: 9780698180659
Available:
Release: 2015-10-27
Editor: Penguin
Language: un

Explanation of the Book:

In the New York Times bestselling Kris Longknife novels, “fans of the Honor Harrington escapades will welcome the adventures of another strong female in outer space starring in a thrill-a-page military space opera” (Alternative Worlds). The aliens attacking the planetary system of Alwa are an enemy unlike any Admiral Kris Longknife has ever encountered before. She doesn’t know who they are, only that they worship a being known as the Enlightened One and are unafraid to sacrifice themselves against her fleet. But Kris faces more than just the fanatical behavior of an alien armada. A saboteur has infiltrated the military’s medical facility and unleashed an epidemic that has spread throughout the fleet without warning. Seventy-two career military women are down with something not even the aliens could do to them—including Admiral Kris Longknife…

The Unrelenting Ice

The Unrelenting Ice
Author: Roger Banks
Pages: 197
ISBN: UOM:39015022430972
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Release: 1962
Editor: Unknown
Language: un

Explanation of the Book:

All in My Head

All in My Head
Author: Paula Kamen
Pages: 368
ISBN: 9780786736751
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Release: 2009-04-24
Editor: Da Capo Press
Language: un

Explanation of the Book:

At the age of twenty-four, Paula Kamen's life changed in an instant. While she was putting in her contacts, the left lens disturbed a constellation of nerves behind her eye. The pain was more piercing than that of any other headache she had ever experienced. More than a decade later, she still has a headache-the exact same headache. From surgery to a battery of Botox injections to a dousing of Lithuanian holy water, from a mountain of pharmaceutical products to aromatherapy and even a vibrating hat, All in My Head chronicles the sometimes frightening, usually absurd, and always ineffective remedies Kamen-like so many others-tried in order to relieve the pain. Beleaguered and frustrated by doctors who, frustrated themselves, periodically declared her pain psychosomatic, she came to understand the plight of the millions who suffer chronic pain in its many forms. Full of self-deprecating humor and razorsharp reporting, All in My Head is the remarkable story of patience, acceptance, and perseverance in the face of terrifying pain.

Developing Unrelenting Drive Dedication and Determination

Developing Unrelenting Drive  Dedication  and Determination
Author: Russell Grieger
Pages: 184
ISBN: 9781317288336
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Release: 2017-02-10
Editor: Routledge
Language: un

Explanation of the Book:

Distinct from other success or motivation books that emphasize skills, tactics, or pop gimmicks, Developing Unrelenting Drive, Dedication, and Determination digs deep into the theory and practice of Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT) to grow those qualities of character and personality that drive one to relentlessly do what is necessary to produce the great results one wants in life. Each chapter begins with an engaging discussion of that chapter’s theme, replete with interesting real-life examples. Then comes a detailed step-by-step workshop that contains guided exercises that aid readers in building that character trait in others or themselves. Provided next are three powerful intensifiers to strengthen and integrate the trait into one’s character structure. Following that are cogent suggestions to integrate that chapter’s character trait into an organization’s culture. Last, suggested readings are provided for those interested in further pursuing the building of that trait. Developing Unrelenting Drive, Dedication, and Determination is designed to instruct helping professionals in the REBT approach, to be a resource to work collaboratively with their patients or clients, and to be a sourcebook for the interested layperson.

The Society of Unrelenting Vigilance

The Society of Unrelenting Vigilance
Author: Glenn Dakin
Pages: 312
ISBN: 160684136X
Available:
Release: 2010-05
Editor: Egmont USA
Language: en

Explanation of the Book:

Thirteen-year-old Theo, who has lived in seclusion his entire life, discovers he is the descendant of the Candle Man, a Victorian vigilante with the ability to melt criminals with a single touch.

The Unrelenting Struggle

The Unrelenting Struggle
Author: Ralph Mandrew
Pages: 208
ISBN: 193219696X
Available:
Release: 2006-08-01
Editor: Word Wright International
Language: un

Explanation of the Book:

From a village in Antigua. to migrant worker in the U.S.A.. union leader in New York City. President of the CLC in the Virgin Islands and President of the Virgin Islands Workers Union, Ralph Mandrew's life has been a life of service. When you face obstacles in your life, look to Ralph Mandrew for inspiration. The fates dealt him the triple threat of poverty, poor education, and discrimination. Yet, he envisioned so much more for himself and those around him, and from that vision came a dream, which he nurtured and fulfilled.

Unbowed Unbroken Unrelenting

Unbowed  Unbroken  Unrelenting
Author: Joe Ducie
Pages: 296
ISBN: 098732943X
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Release: 2012
Editor: Unknown
Language: un

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Learning to Succeed

Learning to Succeed
Author: Thomas Nelson
Pages: 240
ISBN: 9780814434147
Available:
Release: 2015-05-20
Editor: AMACOM
Language: un

Explanation of the Book:

You’ve probably heard the old saying, “The only constant is change.” But with the frequent market shifts thus far in the early twenty-first century, combined with the rapid pace of technological change coming out of Silicon Valley, the old saying has morphed into a stern warning that demands the attention of any business wishing to survive. For the penalties for companies who fail to learn and adapt to the changing tides of today’s marketplace have never been higher.Learning to Succeed warns us all that companies need to continually assess where they need to go in relation to where they are now--and use training to bridge the gap. An integrated model for corporate education--one that links development programs with strategic goals--is critical to building agile and resilient learning organizations that will survive in our fast-evolving business landscape. Corporate learning expert Jason Wingard has drawn from hundreds of interviews with senior executives, surveys, and questionnaires with division heads and business unit managers in order to create new education initiatives designed to advance concrete corporate goals, helping participants become active learners. Learning is then reinforced and ROI is optimized.Complete with practical guidelines and illuminating case studies, this pioneering book holds the key to putting your business on the path to long-term success.

Earth Unrelenting

Earth Unrelenting
Author: M. R. Forbes
Pages: 472
ISBN: 1721046933
Available:
Release: 2018-06-20
Editor: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Language: un

Explanation of the Book:

A fugitive captured.A hero forsaken.A secret revealed.It wasn't supposed to be this way. Three days. That's what they promised. But on the forgotten Earth the danger is unrelenting, and promises are hard to keep.Now Sheriff Duke is the one on the run, chased by an unexpected enemy eager to finish what they started. An enemy with an agenda that begins with killing him but ends with something worse. Much, much worse.Once the secret is out, the universe will never be the same...