Paperback edition by Angelique Merasty Levac, artist, business woman, and mother, who contemplated telling the story about her unique life for some time now. She is comfortable and successful in the modern world and thrives in her Christian walk and in her art and her business but her story begins with citizenship in an ancient world. She believes God opened the door for her to change her life.
A brief introduction to 1st Generation Immigrant Perception. Traditional and Progressive Culture, a Comparison of 1950's American Culture and 1st generation immigrant culture, the term Americology, and a few questions and answers from immigrants primarily of Asian and Arabic cultures.
By Glen Swartwout
The Shire is a real place, and it really is in Middle-earth, on the verdant slopes of the most active volcano on the planet. This book is the visionary founder's introduction to the magic and mystery of the location and the potent elemental energies it brings to life. Glendalf offers an insightful look at some of the follies of modern culture, and solutions from Elven science.
To be valiant is to be bold, to be courageous, to hold fast to the commitments in the face of adversity, to face your fear and wrestle with it and still deal with it anyway. God always sees what you could be. He sees what he's designed you to be. Paul said that at the end of his life. I've finished my course. I've run my race and a crown is laid up for me.
This book addresses issues like inspiration, revelation, authority, culture, mission of the Church, Jesus, Old and New Testament theology, biblical text and many others. This book contains apostolic foundational teachings to enable the reader be established in the things of God. Its teachings are highly anointed and readers have been inspired by it.
Rivulets is a story of love and empowerment in Africa. In a small village deep in Eastern Africa, a young man stumbles into immense treasure. For years, he lived with it but never knew that it was there. He even drank it and took his cows to drink it, but never viewed it as treasure. It took a mango for Ocha, the young man to finally see the treasure for what it was.
My eBook profiles more than 100 Bonanno family members who lived in all boroughs of New York City in 1920. For each head of household, I have listed street address information as well as work industries. Related family members are described. Immigration and Naturalization dates are given, as is literacy data. Entries were researched from the 1920 U.S. Census and New York City Business Directory.