Coldwater Revival

Author: Nancy Jo Jenkins
Publisher: David C Cook
ISBN: 1434705919
Format: PDF, Mobi
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One of Emma Grace Falin's six-year-old twin brothers died while in her care, sending her on a journey that will take her through the dark valley of guilt, sorrow, depression, and anger. Although she rejects Him, God continues to offer restoration and healing into her troubled life. Nancy Jo Jenkins has woven an unforgettable tale of shattering loss, desperate grief and despair, and one family's amazing journey to restoration and forgiveness. A masterful debut, Coldwater Revival will forever be etched in your memories and upon your heart.

Revival The Return of the Primitive 2001

Author: Richard K. Fenn
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1351740806
Format: PDF
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This title was first published in 2001. This work presents a sociological theory of religion. Richard K. Fenn demonstrates that the shape of the sacred depends on what aspects of the psyche and of the environment seem to be beyond the pale of the human and the social, that is, the primitive. Whatever is anti-social or subhuman, and whatever subverts the reign of convention, or whatever defies notions of reason, represents the primitive. Indeed, the primitive represents the range of possibilities that excluded us from any society or social system. That is why hell is so often populated by those who are partly bestial, or crooked and corrupting. If there is to be a renewal of Christian thinking and aspiration in our time, it has to come from a rediscovery of the dream: not only in the metaphorical sense of a vision, perhaps of racial equality, but in the quite literal sense of the individual's own reservoir of suppressed and unconscious memories and yearnings, magical thinking and wounded or grandiose self-imagery.

Recipe Revival

Author: Editors of Southern Living Magazine
Publisher: Time Inc. Books
ISBN: 0848751515
Format: PDF, Mobi
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For over 50 years, Southern Living has been the authority on Southern food and cooking. inviting readers to share their beloved, often closely guarded recipes as a way to reflect the rich history and diversity of this unique region that is a bastion of great food. These recipes are like food memories passed down through generations of cooks that tell the story of the South. The trove of reader submissions included in the magazine over the past five decades have run the gamut from company-worthy pot roasts to rose geranium pound cake. Now, in Recipe Revival, we revisit many of those time-tested recipes and offer you so much more: Over 200 recipes encompassing breakfast and brunch, cocktails, dinner, desserts and more, both old and new. The notion of "recipe revival" is more than just turning up the flavor of an iconic dish by substituting a novel ingredient. A new generation of Southern cooks has become far more inventive with the way Southern ingredients are used today. With a wink to tradition, the rich coastal flavors of traditional Maryland crab cakes reappear as inspired crab-filled hush puppies. The cool sweet-and-sour brightness of vintage tomato aspic translates into a colorful high-summer pairing of heirloom tomatoes with field pea-nectarine salsa. Classic lemon bars achieve new and elegant heights as a delicious cheesecake with rustic shortbread crust. Recipe Revival is not only a nod to the past 50 years of sharing good food with friends and family, but also a beautiful cookbook that promises years and years of good food to come.