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A Landscape Of Colossians LaVerne Eubanks [hosting] with Et. Al. being the contributors. Dr. Anthony Chukuma, M.B.B.S handled the introduction. Mike E. Pringle, Steven Morgan, & Andrew Boughton [Based Upon Ideas]
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Size: 6" x 9"
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ISBN: 9781642546019
🪔 Laverne EuBanks saw a Scripture backfire on Anointed Writer's Spotlight when Pacione invited a rhetorical question into the fold. She was bantering and invited Col 2:8 to the table not knowing the controversial author was effectively able to illustrate this [photo from those sessions are paired with his 2014 thesis. This thesis shown some of his roster inner workings, and with nonprofit known as Creative Commons. She be featuring some that one never thought would rub shoulders in their lifetime.] The ISBN-less authors were hard to tap for this but she ended up seeing two pastors on the fold with Fatima Stephens from the project, A Library Of Unknown Horrors in the 2010 reboot coming i ...
Fact or Fiction? A Small Town Life Revealed Cedric Derecho
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Size: 8.5" x 11"
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ISBN: 9781682732984
You've read "A Small Town Life"... Now hear the true story! Author Cedric Derecho takes you through a journey of Lakehurst history as he distinguishes the truth from the fiction in his book "A Small Town Life". With over 80 historical photos inside, see what it was really like to live in Lakehurst when "Wise Old Bill" did.
Where the Boo-Boos Live Arlie Fauver
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ISBN: 9781633181465
Deer. Bears. Boo-Boos. And a big brown dawg. Fifty years after the original manuscript was typed, this memoir of life in the old Oneida Post Office in Washington state finally comes to light, with all the humor, zest for life and love of animals that Arlie Fauver brought with her to Oneida in the early 1950s. “Who in the hell would buy that place?” was Arlie’s first reaction to the ramshackle old building that would later become her family’s home – a home full of fun, friends and laughter; heartache, loss and trouble; and critters of all descriptions. When it came time to leave Oneida, the only way to keep it in her heart was to write it all down, and these are the resulting ...