One Is One

Author: Barbara Leonie Picard
Publisher: Paul Dry Books
ISBN: 9781589880276
Size: 15.98 MB
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A contemplative and sensitive young boy, seen by his family to be unfit for the life of a fourteenth century nobleman, is sent to a monastery but he is determined to prove himself worthy of nobility and capable of being a knight. Original.

1 Is One

Author: Tasha Tudor
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers
ISBN: PSU:000045377501
Size: 13.81 MB
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1 is one duckling swimming in a dish 2 is two sisters making a wish "There will, of course, always be children who must learn to count. Teach them also to enjoy the process and to count those things that are most important to them. Eighteen stars twinkling in the sky and twelve baby birds learning how to sing are an excellent start." Tasha Tudor

One Is One And All Alone

Author: Anthea Fraser
Publisher: Macmillan
ISBN: 9781466864481
Size: 18.50 MB
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One Is One and All Alone is a tense and gripping crime novel from Anthea Fraser featuring the ever-popular DCI Webb Malcolm Bennett, Webb's friend and colleague, has recently remarried, and there is conflict between his grown-up family and his new wife, making for a tense atmosphere at home. Meanwhile, the two detectives have joined forces to tackle a series of shop raids, but are soon overtaken by events which have a shattering effect on Bennett's family. Two of them meet with a violent death within the space of four days, presenting Webb with one of the most traumatic cases of his career.

One By One

Author: Gina Dalfonzo
Publisher: Baker Books
ISBN: 9781493409280
Size: 18.38 MB
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There are now more single adults than married adults in the United States, yet the evangelical church continues to focus primarily on serving couples and families with ministries geared toward their particular needs. This can lead, however unintentionally, to the marginalization of adults who are single by choice, divorce, or death, or who are simply not yet married. Families are a good thing, but so are all of God's people, and singles long to be lovingly integrated into the Body of Christ. In One by One, Gina Dalfonzo explores common misconceptions and stereotypes about singles, including the idea that they must be single because something is wrong with them, and the subtle (and not-so-subtle) ways they are devalued, like when sermons focus overmuch on navigating marital relationships or raising children. She shows how the church of Paul, who commended those who remained single, became the church where singles are too often treated like second class Christians. Then she explores what the church is doing right, what unique services singles can offer the church, and, most importantly, what the church can do to love and support the singles in their midst.