Journeys Home

  • Filename: journeys-home.
  • ISBN: 0970262167
  • Release Date: 2006-01-01
  • Number of pages: 442
  • Author: Marcus Grodi
  • Publisher: C H Resources



This book contains the conversion stories of men and women who, as a result of thier surrender to Jesus Christ, heard a call to follow Him more completely. Many of them were Protestant pastors, or missionaries. Others were laymen who, though working in secular jobs, took their calling to serve Christ in the world very seriously. These men and women all discovered Jesus Christ in some branch of Protestantism, yet in each case, their desire to follow Christ faithfully, and to remain faithful to the truth He taught and the Church he established through His apostles, led them to consider the claims of the Catholic Church.

Journeys Home

  • Filename: journeys-home.
  • ISBN: 9781426215025
  • Release Date: 2015-02-03
  • Number of pages: 288
  • Author: Andrew McCarthy
  • Publisher: National Geographic Books



Addressing the explosive growth in ancestral travel, this compelling narrative combines intriguing tales of discovery with tips on how to begin your own explorations. Actor and award-winning travel writer Andrew McCarthy’s featured story recounts his recent quest to uncover his family’s Irish history, while twenty-five other prominent writers tell their own heartfelt stories of connection. Spanning the globe, these stories offer personal takes on journeying home, whether the authors are actively seeking long-lost relatives, meeting up with seldom-seen family members, or perhaps just visiting the old country to get a feel for their roots. Sidebars and a hefty resource section provide tips and recommendations on how to go about your own research, and a foreword by the Genographic Project’s Spencer Wells sets the scene. Stunning images, along with family heirlooms, old photos, recipes, and more, round out this unique take on the genealogical research craze. From the Hardcover edition.

Veterans Journeys Home

  • Filename: veterans-journeys-home.
  • ISBN: 9781317249658
  • Release Date: 2015-11-17
  • Number of pages: 208
  • Author: Lori Holyfield
  • Publisher: Routledge



Veterans' Journeys Home is a vivid portrayal of military life and its aftermath for US troops who have served in Iraq and Afghanistan. Highlighting the challenges US veterans face in today's changing military culture, the book depicts the haunting and visceral memories of returning soldiers, conversations with mental health providers, and offers an alternative approach to healing the emotional wounds of war. For anyone seeking a deeper understanding of the human costs of recent wars this book is invaluable. It combines a moving narrative with a penetrating analysis of the welfare and post-conflict treatment of veterans.

Four Legged Miracles

  • Filename: four-legged-miracles.
  • ISBN: 9781250029591
  • Release Date: 2013-02-05
  • Number of pages: 288
  • Author: Brad Steiger
  • Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin



Heartwarming true stories of lost dogs finding the way back home, relying entirely on amazing canine intelligence and instincts Four-Legged Miracles is a collection of wondrous lost-and-found canine sagas—actual Lassie, Come Home tales—that highlight dogs' remarkable abilities to return home despite almost unbelievable odds. Brad and Sherry Steiger have collected dramatic, carefully documented true-life anecdotes that showcase canines' amazing intelligence, courage, and sometimes seemingly supernatural powers. Often, there are no sensible explanations for how the dogs overcome obstacles like natural disasters and fierce wilderness areas, predators, grievous injuries, and more to find their human families. These fascinating reunion stories include: --Mason, the white terrier who crawled home on two broken legs to what remained of his family's tornado-ravaged house --Buca, who sat on a hill over Utah's Rte. I-15 for two months waiting for the car he knew would bring him home --Eddie, the beagle, who walked 450 miles over four months to reunite with disabled four-year-old Jimmy, inspiring the boy to work harder on his own recovery. Four-Legged Miracles will tug on readers' heartstrings, but it will also discuss common reasons dogs disappear, how to get a missing dog back faster, the dog-human bond, and the science behind some of the amazing journeys these dogs endure. Chock-full of happy endings, Four-Legged Miracles lends insight into dogs' hearts and minds, and is a treat for any animal lover.

The Journey Home

  • Filename: the-journey-home.
  • ISBN: 9780292738959
  • Release Date: 2011-09-19
  • Number of pages: 250
  • Author: Dermot Bolger
  • Publisher: University of Texas Press



Young Francis Hanrahan dreams desperately of a life different from that of his country-born, suburban-living parents. On his first day at his first job Francis makes his first real friend. Shay, a would-be older brother, introduces "Hano" to Dublin's appealingly seedy after-hours bars and drug-fueled parties. They are joined by Cait, a troubled teenager who spends her days in a stupor. But the noir thrills of underground Dublin cannot conceal the unemployment, corruption, and violence strangling the city. The Plunkett brothers, masters of "the subtle everyday corruption on which a dynasty was built" will use the friends—with tragic results. Torn between his friends, his family, and his own ideals, Hano ultimately falls victim to these powerful forces and commits a heinous crime. He flees through the countryside with Cait, wondering, as he narrates the events that set him on this path, if there is a home at the end of it. Controversial for its gritty portrait of Dublin in the 1980s, The Journey Home is Dermot Bolger's unflinching look at the personal cost of social progress, and those, innocent or not, lost during the journey.

The Journey Home

  • Filename: the-journey-home.
  • ISBN: 9781601090447
  • Release Date: 2009-11-01
  • Number of pages: 350
  • Author: Radhanath Swami
  • Publisher: The Journey Home



"A stunning story worth reading. Radhanath Swami's journey from the external to the internal world is awe-inspiring. His determination as an ardent seeker of truth is clear, for at last he savored seeing the soul face-to-face. The Journey Home is the story of a seeker who became a seer. May many be inspired to experience what he has experienced."---B. K. S. Iyengar, Author Iyengar Yoga: Wisdom & Practice "A generational journey to the East by one who found the real goal of all seeking, The Journey Home is one of the most remarkable and intimate portrayals of the life and adventure of an American swami, providing the reader the opportunity for a similar transformation."---David Frawley, Author Yoga: The Greater Tradition and Yoga and Ayurveda "Here is an inspiring chapter of `our story' of spiritual pilgrimage to the East. It shows the inner journey of awakening in a fascinating and spellbinding way."---Ram Dass, Author Be Here Now ---"The Journey Home is a rare and intimate view into initiation and process of becoming a swami through the fire of Bhakti yoga and the extraordinary sacred landscape of India. An inspiring journey for all---Shiva Rea, Author Yoga Wave Within This extraordinary memoir, Radhanath Swami weaves a colorful tapestry of adventure, mysticism, and love. Readers follow Richard Slavin from the suburbs of Chicago to the caves of the Himalayas as he transforms from young seeker to renowned spiritual guide. The Journey Home is an intimate account of the steps to self-awareness and also a penetrating glimpse into the heart of mystic traditions and the challenges that all souls must face on the road to inner harmony and a union with the Divine. Through near-death encounters; apprenticeships with advanced yogis, and years of travel along the pilgrim's path, Radhanath Swami eventually reaches the inner sanctum of India's mystic culture and finds the love he has been seeking. It is a tale told with rare candor, immersing the reader in a journey that is at once engaging, humorous, and heartwarming.

Nine Journeys Home

  • Filename: nine-journeys-home.
  • ISBN: 1587612038
  • Release Date: 2003
  • Number of pages: 168
  • Author: Bob Mandel
  • Publisher: Springer Science & Business



The way of healing wounds takes you down Memory Lane to Feeling Falls, where you connect with old, unresolved feelings you can leave in the River of Release or Lake Letting Go. Eventually, you cross Emptiness Plains, where you experience the nothingness beneath old pain, and from there you arrive at Point of Closure and a feeling of wholeness.Each of us is on a journey home to self-esteem and spiritual awareness—a journey through forgiveness and compassion that begins with ourselves and expands to include others, one by one, in every sacred encounter. Through inspiring stories, personal insight into the nature of self-discovery, detailed maps that will guide you on your travels, and sound advice about pitfalls you may encounter along the way, Bob Mandel offers nine excursions into your true self—journeys that will take you from rejection to acceptance, fear to tolerance, and resentment to gratitude.With Mandel'¬?s gentle, open-hearted guidance, 9 JOURNEYS HOME will teach you how to extend and accept support, appreciate the sublime beauty of humility, and value the light in others and in yourself. Along the path to your spiritual roots, you will confront your own imperfections, allowing you to feel compassion for all humanity. These journeys—including “The Way of Healing Old Wounds,” “The Scenic Route to a Positive Self-Image,” and “The Search for Inner Sanctum”—are healing and revealing, encouraging recovery and discovery as you find your way back home.

Wild Sweet Orange Ride

  • Filename: wild-sweet-orange-ride.
  • ISBN: 0991502841
  • Release Date: 2014-09-15
  • Number of pages: 103
  • Author: Julia Gregg
  • Publisher:



In this collection of essays, Julia Gregg explores the search for place, touching on threads common to most of us: seeking to raise ourselves above prejudice and pettiness, looking to connect past and present, trying to nurture children without making the mistakes of our parents, making different mistakes, and finally finding our own peace, light and air.Ms. Gregg is a master storyteller, as readers of her columns in the Evansville (Indiana) Courier and Press have known for 25 years. One local reader writes, “Without a hint of the maudlin, she can create a scene and then tug at the heartstrings like few writers can.” Her words are thoughtful and lyrical ones. And with this book, she invites you on one wild sweet orange ride.

The Journey Home from Grandpa s

  • Filename: the-journey-home-from-grandpa-s.
  • ISBN: 1846867452
  • Release Date: 2012-03-01
  • Number of pages:
  • Author: Sophie Fatus
  • Publisher:



Two fun puzzles based on the popular singalong The Journey Home from Grandpa's. The larger 12 piece puzzle shows a fire engine and crew, while the 24 piece puzzle shows a colourful digger. about

Journeys Home

  • Filename: journeys-home.
  • ISBN: UOM:39015055462280
  • Release Date: 2002
  • Number of pages: 106
  • Author: Dudley Cocke
  • Publisher: Zuni A:Shiwi Pub



Describes how a Zuni-Appalachia theatrical troupe came together, and the experiences that resulted in their writing and producing a bilingual play, Corn Mountain/Pine Mountain: Following the Seasons. Script of the play in English and Zuni is included.

Journeys Home

  • Filename: journeys-home.
  • ISBN: UOM:39015055462280
  • Release Date: 2002
  • Number of pages: 106
  • Author: Dudley Cocke
  • Publisher: Zuni A:Shiwi Pub



Describes how a Zuni-Appalachia theatrical troupe came together, and the experiences that resulted in their writing and producing a bilingual play, Corn Mountain/Pine Mountain: Following the Seasons. Script of the play in English and Zuni is included.

Journey Home

  • Filename: journey-home.
  • ISBN: 9781617842924
  • Release Date: 2010-09-01
  • Number of pages: 32
  • Author: John Hamilton
  • Publisher: ABDO Publishing Company



Joins the Lewis and Clark Expedition in the spring of 1806 as its members leave Fort Clatsop and return home.

Journeys Home

  • Filename: journeys-home.
  • ISBN: 9781481734592
  • Release Date: 2013-07-03
  • Number of pages: 204
  • Author: Dick Monteith
  • Publisher: AuthorHouse



In Journeys Home, Dick Monteith has created an authentic and heartfelt story of three South Carolina boys who grew up together in a small town in the Low country. It follows the trajectory of each as they go off to different colleges, pursue different passions, and end up having very different lives. One becomes a wealthy realtor, another a progressive politician and a third eventually becomes a liberal Presbyterian minister. The novel is in part about how the boys’ lives were shaped by Vietnam, the civil rights struggle, the assassinations of Martin Luther King and Bobby Kennedy, and more. Yet this isn’t a history book. It’s a story that we can’t help getting caught up in. It’s a novel full of embodied, well-delineated characters who not only are a product of the times, but who go about the business of being themselves, making good choices and bad. As I read this novel, I found myself caring more and more about these boys and what happened to them and their families. Time and time again my heart went out to them. In the end, what more can we ask of a writer? Tommy Hays Creative Writing Professor, UNC-Asheville and author of The Pleasure Was Mine and In the Family Way

Long Journeys Home

  • Filename: long-journeys-home.
  • ISBN: 1623495806
  • Release Date: 2017
  • Number of pages: 288
  • Author: Michael D. Gambone
  • Publisher: Williams-Ford Texas A&M Univer



In the modern history of American veterans, it is sometimes difficult to separate myth from fact. The men and women who served in World War II are routinely praised as heroes; the "Greatest Generation," after all, triumphed over fascism and successfully reentered postwar society. Veterans of the Vietnam War, on the other hand, occupy a different thread in the postwar narrative, sometimes as a threat to society but usually as victims of it; these vets returned home to a combination of disdain, fear, and prolonged suffering. And until very recently, both the public and historians have largely overlooked veterans of the Korean War altogether; the hit television show M*A*S*H was set in Korea but was more about Vietnam. Long Journeys Home explores the veteran experience of World War II, Korea, and Vietnam. It examines and dissects the various myths that have grown up around each of these wars. Author Michael D. Gambone compares and contrasts the basic elements of each narrative, including the factors that influenced the decision to enlist, the impact of combat on life after the war, the struggles of postwar economic adjustment, and participation in (or withdrawal from) social and political activism. Gambone does not treat these veterans monolithically but instead puts each era's veterans in historical context. He also explores the nuances of race, gender, and class. Despite many differences, some obvious and some not, Gambone nonetheless finds a great deal of continuity, and ultimately concludes that Korean and Vietnam veterans have much more in common with the Greatest Generation than was previously understood.

Journeys Home

  • Filename: journeys-home.
  • ISBN: 1592217133
  • Release Date: 2009
  • Number of pages: 163
  • Author: Salome Nnoromele
  • Publisher:



An anthology of personal narratives and poems by writers from Ethiopia, Ghana, Liberia, Mali, Sudan, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Uganda and Zimbabwe that will make readers laugh, cry and wonder at the life of the emigrant. Residing in various parts of the world, these writers give voice to the deep - and often forgotten - effects of the so-called 'second emigration phase' of the African diaspora - where immigration is seen as an opportunity to obtain education and assist in the political an economic advancement of the African homeland.

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