Led To Believe By Billy Graham

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Publisher: GuidepostsBooks
ISBN: 9780824947262
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Led To Believe By Billy Graham from the Author: . Features words of inspiration from Billy Graham and personal stories of those who have been moved by his teachings, including a teenager that renounced a life of crime and a man that reached out to the mother he never knew.

Led To Believe

Author: Billy Graham
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ISBN: 9781410411587
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Led To Believe from the Author: Billy Graham. Features words of inspiration from Billy Graham and personal stories of those who have been moved by his teachings, including a teenager that renounced a life of crime and a man that reached out to the mother he never knew.

Blackwell Handbook Of Social Psychology

Author: Michael A. Hogg
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 047099844X
Size: 11.41 MB
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Blackwell Handbook Of Social Psychology from the Author: Michael A. Hogg. This handbook provides an authoritative, up-to-date overview of the social psychology of group processes. The topics covered include group decisions, juries, group remembering, roles, status, leadership, social identity and group membership, socialization, group performance, negotiation and bargaining, emotion and mood, computer-mediated communication, organizations and mental health. Provides an authoritative, up-to-date overview of the social psychology of group processes. Written by leading researchers from around the world to provide a classic and current overview of research as well as providing a description of future trends within the area. Includes coverage of group decisions, juries, group remembering, roles, status, leadership, social identity and group membership, socialization, group performance, negotiation and bargaining, emotion and mood, computer-mediated communication, organizations and mental health. Essential reading for any serious scholar of group behavior. Now available in full text online via xreferplus, the award-winning reference library on the web from xrefer. For more information, visit www.xreferplus.com

Teenage Guys

Author: Steven Gerali
Publisher: Zondervan
ISBN: 0310669847
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Teenage Guys from the Author: Steven Gerali. Youth workers need to fully understand the inner workings and development of adolescents in order to really meet their needs. In Teenage Guys, Dr. Steve Gerali presents the stages of development that adolescent guys go through, providing stories from his own experiences in ministry and counseling as well as practical research findings to equip youth workers (both male and female) to more effectively minister to teenage guys. With advice from counselors and veteran youth workers, you’ll find helpful suggestions on how to minister to teenage guys and their families. Each chapter includes discussion questions to help you and other youth workers process the issues your own students face and learn how you can help them and mentor them through this tumultuous time. In addition to concepts like mentoring and rites of passage, Dr. Gerali also walks readers through the seven areas of development young guys go through. You’ll understand more about: • Cognitive development • Identity formation • Social development • Emotional development • Physiological development • Sexological maturation • Faith formation

The Fear Standard

Author: Triza Schultz
Publisher: Trafford Publishing
ISBN: 1412021618
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The Fear Standard from the Author: Triza Schultz. Triza Schultz guides the reader down an intuitive road of self-discovery through her own extraordinary experiences with fear. She opens the door for deep healing potential with the realization that all fear is truly a spiritual matter.

89 Bags And Counting

Author: Steve Chart
Publisher: Jacana Media
ISBN: 1431407704
Size: 47.91 MB
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89 Bags And Counting from the Author: Steve Chart. Bringing readers and travelers a fascinating but cautionary account of an airport’s baggage-handling system, Steve Chart shares the many interesting and at times humorous investigations he undertook as a security consultant to the Airports Company South Africa. In 2007 Steve Chart was appointed with the task of assisting in the reduction of baggage pilferage at OR Tambo International Airport in South Africa. What Steve soon realized, however, was that in terms of security, the airport wasn’t a vessel with a small leakage problem but a boat on the absolute verge of sinking. He discovered a criminal incursion within the South African travel industry, encountering countless cases of corruption, poor management, and no desire to take responsibility. This personal narrative of his investigations serves as a reminder to the public about protecting their luggage, themselves, and their fellow travelers.

Unique Healing 2

Author: Donna Pessin
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1468580809
Size: 19.89 MB
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Unique Healing 2 from the Author: Donna Pessin. “This book offers a unique insight into the core issues of integrative health and healing. The program is simple, practical and workable for all ages. I am a practicing urologist who has personally benefited and has instituted similar protocols in my practice. A must read.” Charles R. Wallace, Jr., MD, Urology/Uro-Surgery, Integrative Medicine The Unique Answer An amendment to the successful, groundbreaking, life-altering book Unique Healing, Unique Healing 2 provides additional tools for your success in healing your bowel and body with this unique program, and eliminating your symptoms, weight problems, addictions, and illnesses in a way that “crutches”—vitamins, supplements, drugs, exercise, acupuncture, massage, chiropractic, etc—can’t. You will find detailed information on over 175 symptoms, illnesses, and addictions to help you, and your children. Additional information for your understanding of why healing your bowel and body with this program eliminates these is provided. You are given very aggressive and effective recommendations for the correct “crutches” to use to eliminate or reduce these problems while you are healing your bowel and body. An entire section of this book is devoted to weight loss, and an explanation of how this unique program truly will lead you to long-term, effortless weight loss, without the need to diet or exercise (as well as to long term health, free of disease, unlike many other weight loss programs). You will read success stories from many of the followers of this program, and you will be directed to a large number of videos that correspond with the topics covered in this book for an even greater understanding of this process, and for even greater success.

Cardiovascular Psychophysiology

Author: Paul A. Obrist
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 1468484915
Size: 75.52 MB
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Cardiovascular Psychophysiology from the Author: Paul A. Obrist. It was my original intention to write a reasonably advanced psycho physiology text that would go beyond cardiovascular activity. This I believed would require a collaborative effort since my expertise outside of cardiovascular psychophysiology is too limited. After some initial limited efforts to organize such a venture, it became apparent that a text of this nature was not feasible. Thus, the effort was dropped. I did, however, receive encouragement to write the present monograph, which is more a personalized document than a text. As will become apparent, this monograph relies heavily on research from my laboratory and details the manner in which our conceptualizations of the issues have developed. At first, I believed such an effort premature since such a personalized document was something one composes upon retire ment. However, I was persuaded by some individuals (who shall re main anonymous, just in case they end up regretting their actions) to undertake the present effort. There are several people, who have rendered assistance in the preparation of this monograph, for whose efforts I am extremely grate ful. Extensive editorial assistance and encouragement were provided by Kathleen C. Light and Alberto Grignolo. Also assisting editorially were Ellen Z. Curtin, Allison Cahill, and Carolyn Williams. I wish also to thank my long-time secretary, Virginia Hodson, and Jenny Adams, for their typing assistance. There are six people to whom I would like to dedicate this book.

Biofeedback

Author: J.G. Fisher
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 1475794622
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Biofeedback from the Author: J.G. Fisher. The chapters of this book were prepared as task force reports under the aegis of the Biofeedback Society of America (BSA). The impetus for the present generation of task force reports can be dated back to 1982, when John D. Rugh, as President-Elect of the Society, announced that the updating of the task force reports would be given high priority during his term as President. An ad hoc Task Force Committee was appointed in 1983, and the committee set the following objectives: (1) solicit a widely based stream of input from all segments of the Biofeedback Society of America, (2) establish a peer review system to assure the highest degree of scholarship and an unbiased approach, (3) select for area authors only individuals who have profound knowledge of the area and who have demonstrated the ability to extend understanding by reviewing and criticizing the literature, (4) prepare all reports according to a standard ized format, and (5) publish all the reports simultaneously. Input came from several sources. Many people responded with ideas and suggestions to an announcement in the BSA Newsletter that the task force reports were being revised. In 1984, a symposium was conducted at the BSA annual meeting, which included round table dis cussions and dialogues between task force report authors and the BSA membership.

The Belief In A Just World

Author: Melvin Lerner
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 1489904484
Size: 51.36 MB
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The Belief In A Just World from the Author: Melvin Lerner. The "belief in a just world" is an attempt to capmre in a phrase one of the ways, if not the way, that people come to terms with-make sense out of-find meaning in, their experiences. We do not believe that things just happen in our world; there is a pattern to events which conveys not only a sense of orderli ness or predictability, but also the compelling experience of appropriateness ex pressed in the typically implicit judgment, "Yes, that is the way it should be." There are probably many reasons why people discover or develop a view of their environment in which events occur for good, understandable reasons. One explanation is simply that this view of reality is a direct reflection of the way both the human mind and the environment are constructed. Constancies, patterns which actually do exist in the environment-out there-are perceived, represented symbolically, and retained in the mind. This approach cenainly has some validity, and would probably suffice, if it were not for that sense of "appropriateness," the pervasive affective com ponent in human experience. People have emotions and feelings, and these are especially apparent in their expectations about their world: their hopes, fears, disappointments, disillusionment, surprise, confidence, trust, despondency, anticipation-and certainly their sense of right, wrong, good, bad, ought, en titled, fair, deserving, just.