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Deadly Echoes (Finding Sanctuary Book #2)


Title : Deadly Echoes (Finding Sanctuary Book #2)
Author : Nancy Mehl
Publisher: Baker Books
Total pages: 336 pages
ISBN: 1441265147
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After a youth filled with tragedy and upheaval, Sarah Miller's life is finally settled with all echoes of the past silent at last. She happily calls Sanctuary her home and spends her days teaching at the local school. Sarah's joy at her recent reunion with her sister, Hannah, and meeting the niece she didn't know she had is too soon interrupted when Deputy Sheriff Paul Gleason informs Sarah her sister has been killed. As she learns more about Hannah's death, the circumstances are eerily similar to their parents' murder. Sarah enlists Paul's help in digging deeper into the murders the police are dismissing as burglaries gone wrong. Paul's concern encourages Sarah's growing feelings for him, but as their investigation peels back the layers of lies almost twenty years old, they get close to uncovering the truth one person will do anything to hide--even if that means coming after the last remaining members of the Miller family.


Sanctuary


Title : Sanctuary
Author : Christa Kuljian
Publisher: Jacana Media
Total pages: 389 pages
ISBN: 1431404756
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This striking account tells the story of how the Central Methodist Church in downtown Johannesburg and its controversial Bishop Paul Verryn came to offer refuge to people who had nowhere else to turn. Xenophobic violence erupted in South Africa in May 2008 and the threat of it spreading to Central Methodist Church became very real—already there were over a thousand migrants living in the church, most of them having fled across the Zimbabwe border in search of a life beyond poverty and political oppression. Every square inch was occupied. Christa Kuljian fluently combines many elements to share this remarkable experience openly: interviews with members of the refugee community, residents of the church, and key figures who include the head of Central Methodist; historical material on the church and its role in the city since the early years; and an understanding of urban dynamics, migrancy, and South African politics. Central Methodist became a visible reminder of the challenges facing Johannesburg and South Africa—such as poverty, migration, xenophobia, and policing—and this is the complex and compelling history of how it happened.


Zen Sanctuary of Purple Robes


Title : Zen Sanctuary of Purple Robes
Author : Sachiko Kaneko Morrell,Robert E. Morrell
Publisher: SUNY Press
Total pages: 266 pages
ISBN: 0791481441
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A fascinating look at a Zen convent throughout its history.


Sanctuary


Title : Sanctuary
Author : Noel Polk,John D. Hart,William Faulkner
Publisher: Umi Research Pr
Total pages: 690 pages
ISBN: 9780835709385
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Sanctuary in the Wilderness


Title : Sanctuary in the Wilderness
Author : Alan Mintz
Publisher: Stanford University Press
Total pages: 544 pages
ISBN: 0804779104
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The effort to create a serious Hebrew literature in the United States in the years around World War I is one of the best kept secrets of American Jewish history. Hebrew had been revived as a modern literary language in nineteenth-century Russia and then taken to Palestine as part of the Zionist revolution. But the overwhelming majority of Jewish emigrants from Eastern Europe settled in America, and a passionate kernel among them believed that Hebrew provided the vehicle for modernizing the Jewish people while maintaining their connection to Zion. These American Hebraists created schools, journals, newspapers, and, most of all, a high literary culture focused on producing poetry. Sanctuary in the Wilderness is a critical introduction to American Hebrew poetry, focusing on a dozen key poets. This secular poetry began with a preoccupation with the situation of the individual in a disenchanted world and then moved outward to engage American vistas and Jewish fate and hope in midcentury. American Hebrew poets hoped to be read in both Palestine and America, but were disappointed on both scores. Several moved to Israel and connected with the vital literary scene there, but most stayed and persisted in the cause of American Hebraism.


Savage Sanctuary


Title : Savage Sanctuary
Author : Ellis Leigh
Publisher: Kinship Press
Total pages: 238 pages
ISBN: 1944336052
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There’s no escaping a Dire Wolf on the hunt… Even as the playboy of the Dire Wolves, Levi isn’t exactly a soft touch. He likes his liquor, his women, and his photographs…but he also has an affinity for sharp knives and claws. What starts as an assignment to investigate humans finding their way onto a pack’s land quickly becomes something darker, more dangerous, and a whole lot hotter than he expected. Amy refuses to leave her pack behind, but living in the small town at the base of their mountain gives her enough freedom not to feel trapped. So does running the diner she owns and loves. But someone’s been watching her a little too closely, and it’s not the handsome wolf shifter who crashes into her kitchen one night looking at her as if she is the last woman on earth. One soldier who’s never cared enough stay, one woman whose roots run too deep to leave, and a stalker with more than just peeping on his mind. In the world of the Dire Wolves, a simple mission means standing your ground and fighting to the end. But this time, a single glance blows simple right off the mountain and forces Levi to run when he’d rather stand and fight…just as long as his mate is running with him. One soldier, one fight…one chance at forever.


Living the Farm Sanctuary Life


Title : Living the Farm Sanctuary Life
Author : Gene Baur,Gene Stone
Publisher: Rodale
Total pages: 320 pages
ISBN: 1623364892
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Gene Baur, the cofounder and president of Farm Sanctuary, the nation's leading farm animal protection organization, knows that the key to happiness lies in aligning your beliefs with your actions. In this definitive vegan and animal-friendly lifestyle guide, he and Gene Stone, author of Forks Over Knives, explore the deeply transformative experience of visiting the sanctuary and its profound effects on people's lives. The book covers the basic tenets of Farm Sanctuary life--such as eating in harmony with your values, connecting with nature wherever you are, and reducing stress--and offers readers simple ways to incorporate these principles into their lives. Living the Farm Sanctuary Life also teaches readers how to cook and eat the Farm Sanctuary way, with 100 extraordinarily delicious recipes selected by some of the organization's greatest fans--chefs and celebrities such as Chef AJ, Chloe Coscarelli, Emily Deschanel, and Moby. Coupled with heartwarming stories of the animals that Farm Sanctuary has saved over the years, as well as advice and ideas from some of the organization's biggest supporters, Living the Farm Sanctuary Life is an inspiring, practical book for readers looking to improve their whole lives and the lives of those around them--both two- and four-legged.


Farm Sanctuary


Title : Farm Sanctuary
Author : Gene Baur
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Total pages: 288 pages
ISBN: 141656568X
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Leading animal rights activist Gene Baur examines the real cost of the meat on our plates -- for both humans and animals alike -- in this provocative and thorough examination of the modern farm industry. Many people picture cows, sheep, pigs, and chickens as friendly creatures who live happily within the confines of a peaceful family farm, arriving as food for humans only at the end of their sun-drenched lives. That's what Gene Baur had been told -- but when he first visited a stockyard he realized that this rosy depiction couldn't be more inaccurate. Amid the stench, noise, and filth, his attention was drawn in particular to one sheep who had been cast aside for dead. But as Baur walked by, the sheep raised her head and looked right at him. She was still alive, and the one thing Baur knew for sure that day was that he had to get her to safety. Hilda, as she was later named, was nursed back to health and soon became the first resident of Farm Sanctuary -- an organization dedicated to the rescue, care, and protection of farm animals. The truth is that farm production does not depend on the family farmer with a small herd of animals but instead resembles a large, assembly-line factory. Animals raised for human consumption are confined for the entirety of their lives and often live without companionship, fresh air, or even adequate food and water.Viewed as production units rather than living beings with feelings, ten billion farm animals are exploited specifically for food in the United States every year. In Farm Sanctuary, Baur provides a thoughtprovoking investigation of the ethical questions involved in the production of beef, poultry, pork, milk,and eggs -- and what each of us can do to stop the mistreatment of farm animals and promote compassion. He details the triumphs and the disappointments of more than twenty years on the front lines of the animal protection movement. And he introduces sanctuary. us to some of the special creatures who live at Farm Sanctuary -- from Maya the cow to Marmalade the chicken -- all of whom escaped horrible circumstances to live happier, more peaceful lives. Farm Sanctuary shows how all of us have an opportunity and a responsibility to consume a kinder plate, making a better life for ourselves and animals as well. You will certainly never think of a hamburger or chicken breast the same way after reading this book.


Sanctuary


Title : Sanctuary
Author : Noel Polk,William Faulkner,John D. Hart
Publisher: Umi Research Pr
Total pages: 630 pages
ISBN: 9780835709392
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Sweet Sanctuary


Title : Sweet Sanctuary
Author : Sheila Walsh,Cindy Martinusen Coloma
Publisher: Thomas Nelson
Total pages: 320 pages
ISBN: 1595549897
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Wren has tried to shelter her only son from the tumult of the world. Now she's about to find sanctuary . . . in the last place she ever expected. In tiny Cottage Cover, on the coast of Maine, Wren Evans is raising her gifted son, Charlie. A single mom, she's fought hard to give Charlie a stable, secure home life. When a prestigious music academy in Boston expresses interest in Charlie's talent, Wren is willing to move them again to make his dreams come true. But Wren doesn't know that Charlie has been praying for her. And the answer to her son's prayers will change both of their lives. As Wren plans their move to Boston, life in Maine begins to fall apart. Her job is threatened with budget cuts, and Wren's grandmother, Ruth, arrives unannounced, with an outlandish request. Ruth wants the family gathered together one last time, at the summer home where, years before, an accident shattered Wren's peaceful childhood. In the tumult, Wren finds a friend in a handsome, kind-hearted local, Paul Callahan. When the family gathers in Cottage Cover, old wounds will be healed, new love will blossom, and the innocent prayers of a child will be answered in a most unexpected way.


The Sanctuary Series, Books 1-3: Defender, Avenger and Champion


Title : The Sanctuary Series, Books 1-3: Defender, Avenger and Champion
Author : Robert J. Crane
Publisher: Midian Press
Total pages: 954 pages
ISBN:
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This is a collection of the first three titles in the Sanctuary Series (THIS SERIES IS NOW COMPLETE), which is about a warrior in the mythical world of Arkaria, facing great battles against magical and fantastical foes. (Approx. 357,000 words or 950 pages total.) The world of Arkaria is a dangerous place, filled with dragons, titans, goblins and other dangers. Those who live in this world are faced with two choices: live an ordinary life or become an adventurer and seek the extraordinary. Books included: 1. Defender 2. Avenger 3. Champion Defender: Cyrus Davidon leads a small guild in the human capital of Reikonos. Caught in an untenable situation, facing death in the den of a dragon, they are saved by the brave fighters of Sanctuary who offer an invitation filled with the promise of greater adventure. Soon Cyrus is embroiled in a mystery - someone is stealing weapons of nearly unlimited power for an unknown purpose, and Sanctuary may be the only thing that stands between the world of Arkaria and total destruction. Avenger: When a series of attacks on convoys draws suspicion that Sanctuary is involved, Cyrus Davidon must put aside his personal struggles and try to find the raiders. As the attacks worsen, Cyrus and his comrades find themselves abandoned by their allies, surrounded by enemies, facing the end of Sanctuary and a war that will consume their world. Champion: As the war heats up in Arkaria, Vara is forced to flee after an ancient order of skilled assassins infiltrates Sanctuary and targets her. Cyrus Davidon accompanies her home to the elven city of Termina and the two of them become embroiled in a mystery that will shake the very foundations of the Elven Kingdom – and Arkaria. Additional Books not included in set (in best reading order): Crusader (Sanctuary Series, Book 4) Sanctuary Tales (Short Story Collection) Thy Father's Shadow (Sanctuary Series, Book 4.5) Master (Sanctuary Series, Book 5) Fated in Darkness (Sanctuary Series, Book 5.5) Warlord (Sanctuary Series, Book 6) Heretic (Sanctuary Series, Book 7) Legend (Sanctuary Series, Book 8)


The Sanctuary of Athena Nike in Athens


Title : The Sanctuary of Athena Nike in Athens
Author : Ira S. Mark
Publisher: ASCSA
Total pages: 159 pages
ISBN: 9780876615263
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Based on records from Nikolaos Balanos' dismantling and reerection of the temple of Athena Nike on the Athenian Acropolis (between 1935 and 1939), this volume presents a detailed architectural study of the building's chronology and history.


Living the Farm Sanctuary Life


Title : Living the Farm Sanctuary Life
Author : Gene Baur,Gene Stone
Publisher: Rodale
Total pages: 320 pages
ISBN: 1623364906
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Winner of a Books for a Better Life Award! Gene Baur, the cofounder and president of Farm Sanctuary, the nation's leading farm animal protection organization, knows that the key to happiness lies in aligning your beliefs with your actions. In this definitive vegan and animal-friendly lifestyle guide, he and Gene Stone, author of Forks Over Knives, explore the deeply transformative experience of visiting the sanctuary and its profound effects on people's lives. The book covers the basic tenets of Farm Sanctuary life--such as eating in harmony with your values, connecting with nature wherever you are, and reducing stress--and offers readers simple ways to incorporate these principles into their lives. Living the Farm Sanctuary Life also teaches readers how to cook and eat the Farm Sanctuary way, with 100 extraordinarily delicious recipes selected by some of the organization's greatest fans--chefs and celebrities such as Chef AJ, Chloe Coscarelli, Emily Deschanel, and Moby. Coupled with heartwarming stories of the animals that Farm Sanctuary has saved over the years, as well as advice and ideas from some of the organization's biggest supporters, Living the Farm Sanctuary Life is an inspiring, practical book for readers looking to improve their whole lives and the lives of those around them--both two- and four-legged.


Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary, Seagrass Restoration


Title : Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary, Seagrass Restoration
Author : N.A
Publisher:
Total pages: N.A pages
ISBN:
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From the Sanctuary to the Streets


Title : From the Sanctuary to the Streets
Author : Wendy R. McCaig
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
Total pages: 180 pages
ISBN: 1608990893
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What does it mean to be church? Is it spending an hour on Sunday with people who look, think, and act much as we do? Or is it something more incarnational that seeks out those who are different, the ones living on the margins? For centuries, Christians have presumed that we are to take the gospel to the poor. Instead, the author invites us to receive the gospel from the poor. through a series of encounters with incarcerated, homeless, and impoverised individuals, the author experienced the mysterious power of Christian hospitality that turns strangers into family. Her gift of storytelling brings this mysterious transformation to life.... These twenty stories-within-a-story about what ordinary people can do when they come together across racial, economic, and geographic divides to fight poverty will expand your vision of what it means to be the church. With your eyes opened to the needs and gifts of your neighbors, you too can begin to dream God-sized dreams for a hurting world. And as you pray "Thy kingdom come on earth," you will be inspired to live in such a way as to make it happen in your own community. - Publisher info.


The Sanctuary of Demeter and Kore


Title : The Sanctuary of Demeter and Kore
Author : Nancy Bookidis,Ronald S. Stroud
Publisher: ASCSA
Total pages: 510 pages
ISBN: 0876611838
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A careful and detailed presentation of the architectural remains of the Sanctuary of Demeter and Kore on the slopes of Acrocorinth, beginning with the earliest traces of occupation in the Mycenaean period and ending with the Late Roman cemetery. The first chapter presents the ancient testimonia for the location of the Sanctuary and details its discovery by the excavators. In the chapters on the architecture, arranged chronologically, the authors describe in detail the buildings found on each of the three terraces of the Sanctuary, including the dining rooms, cooking and bathing facilities, and religious structures. A separate chapter discusses the elements of the Acrocorinth dining rooms and their place in the architecture of sacred dining. Extensively illustrated with section drawings and plans. "The volume serves up a very large body of data which can be used by scholars in various subdisciplines--architectural history, art history (sculpture and mosaics), religious studies, etc. The authors encourage the reader to refrain from extensive interpretation of cult due to the fact that key studies of sanctuary material have yet to be published, but this advice will surely fall on deaf ears because this publication offers evidence of a unique architectural setting and an array of associated finds. Its thoroughness will do much to stimulate discussion on the topics of Ancient Greek dining rituals, the development of Greek sanctuaries, and the organization of ritual space" Blanche Menadier, The Classical Review (2001, pp. 195-196).


The Sanctuary of Demeter and Kore


Title : The Sanctuary of Demeter and Kore
Author : Gloria S. Merker
Publisher: ASCSA
Total pages: 394 pages
ISBN: 9780876611845
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About 24,000 figurines and fragments have been found on Acrocorinth, and this study greatly increases our understanding of the way in which this artform developed over the centuries. The figures depicted also reveal new evidence about the deities and heroes recognized at the sanctuary, the age and gender of the participants in the rituls, the offerings they brought, and the nature of their cultic activities.


In This Sanctuary


Title : In This Sanctuary
Author : Twila Paris,Robert E Webber, Th.D.,Robert Webber
Publisher: Star Song Communications Group
Total pages: 158 pages
ISBN: 9781562331092
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Living As If: Embrace Collapse, Heal Your Heart and Soul, and Find Sustainable Sanctuary


Title : Living As If: Embrace Collapse, Heal Your Heart and Soul, and Find Sustainable Sanctuary
Author : Wayne Vriend,Jillian Vriend,Christopher Tydeman
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
Total pages: N.A pages
ISBN: 1329505972
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This is the story of exodus from an industrial lifestyle to a sustainable one. The authors write about leaving a secure life in Canada to purchase land at an off grid ranch in Mexico. Living as if the collapse of industrial society is coming soon, they set out to sustainable sanctuary, to experience life more in union with nature, and feel their way through all the reactions that come up to this big transition. One aspect of the book is a year-long journal sharing their adventurous and practical journey of exodus and establishing a homestead, including experiences with organic gardening, natural building, animal healing and communication, and much more. It offers teachings of a consciousness expanding way of life called SoulFullHeart. Also, it is a handbook providing specific activities and processes to help you expand your consciousness, take action toward your own sustainable sanctuary, and experience deep healing of your heart, soul, and body through working with parts of yourself.