Nobody s Child

Author: John Robinson
Publisher: Monarch Books
ISBN: 0857213105
Format: PDF, Mobi
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John Robinson had the worst possible start in life, taken into care at only four months, John was left in abusive foster homes for most of his childhood. Yet today he has found hope and is working in Manchester with the Eden Bus Ministry with children who are as deprived and unloved as he was.

The Diswanted Child

Author: Betty Jo Goddard
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781517025342
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The little girl heard the doorknob turn. Her heart beat hard as she looked for a place to hide, but there was no time. Already, he stood in the door grinning at her. She knew what he wanted. She knew she must do it-or else. The girl was born unwanted. From the beginning, her mother's family vilified her. She bounced from school to school, struggling, failing, always an outsider. Men sought to use her for one thing only; they never saw her as a person. How the girl longed to show her value. How she longed to be a part of-to have a friend. To join others, she made decisions-bad decisions-that pushed her further and further down a path toward hell. By the time she was a young women, the girl, Brenda, reached a low so hopeless she no longer wished to live. Coat-less, she slipped outside into the frigid Alaskan winter and waited. Then a mysterious voice she'd heard once or twice before called to her. This is a true story of events told to the author by "Brenda Kramer."

A Mother S Dream and Other Stories

Author: Craig Lawrence
Publisher: Author House
ISBN: 9781463410261
Format: PDF, Kindle
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This is a book of short stories with no particular theme. Though some will deal with real issues in our society, which all can relate to not only in America but anywhere there is poverty and violence, others are for simple enjoyment. It is my hope that everyone who reads this book will in some way be changed by its contents in a positive direction and that it will help those who do not understand the less fortunate to open up their eyes to the world around them. After all, we are all the same.

The Elusive Mr McCoy

Author: Brenda L. Baker
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 1101586974
Format: PDF
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The author of Sisters of the Sari presents a richly emotional journey of two women drawn together by an unexpected and unwanted bond… Lesley McCoy works in a day-care center, and she is planning to start a family of her own. Her husband, David, is a homebody whose job as a wilderness guide takes him away for long periods—but when he’s home, he’s the best partner Lesley could imagine. Kendra McCoy is a successful businesswoman whose husband, Eric, is an analyst who specializes in Middle Eastern politics. He supports her enthusiasm and drive to succeed, and is the perfect partner—when he’s home between assignments. While trying to identify a man who collapses in a Portland, Oregon, coffee shop, two wallets are found: one belonging to David McCoy, the other to Eric McCoy. Devastated by their comatose husband’s betrayal, Kendra and Lesley reluctantly join forces in an attempt to piece together a true picture of the man they both fell in love with. Instead, they uncover a vast web of deceit as they learn their husband lived a third life neither of them suspected.

Fairy Tale Faith

Author: Brenda Waggoner
Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.
ISBN: 9780842371131
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Using imagery drawn from fairy tales, Waggoner offers sound answers for issues that deeply affect women of today, such as self-esteem and body image. She makes it clear that a relationship with Jesus Christ is the answer, not what other people think or say.

The Silver Ship and the Sea

Author: Brenda Cooper
Publisher: Macmillan
ISBN: 9781429951869
Format: PDF, Kindle
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The colony planet Fremont is joyous, riotous, and very wild. Its grasses can cut your arms and legs to ribbons, the rinds of its precious fruit can skewer your thumbs, and some of the predators are bigger than humans. Meteors fall from the sky and volcanoes erupt. Fremont is verdant, rich, beautiful, and dangerous. Fremont's single town, Artistos, perches on a cliff below rugged mountains. Below Artistos lie the Grass Plains, which lead down to the sea. And in the middle of the Grass Plains, a single silver spaceship lies quiet and motionless. The seasons do not dull it, nor do the winds scratch it---and the fearful citizens of Aristos won't go near it. Chelo Lee, her brother Joseph, and four other young children have been abandoned on the colony planet. Unfortunate events have left them orphaned in a human colony that abhors genetic engineering--and these six young people are genetically enhanced. With no one to turn to, Chelo and the others must now learn how to use their distinct skills to make this unwelcome planet home, or find a way off it. They have few tools--an old crazy woman who wonders the edges of town, spouting out cryptic messages; their appreciation and affection for each other; a good dose of curiosity; and that abandoned silver space ship that sits locked and alone in the middle of the vast grass plain ...

Sorrowed Souls

Author: Brenda Youngerman
Publisher: Strategic Book Publishing
ISBN: 1609768175
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Synopsis: The eyes are said to be the window to the soul. Have you ever looked at someone whose eyes have no light? Follow the journey out of the darkness. --- In the space of a moment, Bryan Tines thought he had lost everything that was important to him. Waking up in a strange place with no recollection of where he came from, or who he was; lost, hungry and dirty, his life would have been over if not for the kindness of the invisible layer of society. --- Gus Hill was born with a silver spoon in his mouth and alcohol coursing through his veins. Living on the outside looking in, Gus goes down a path of self-destruction and finds that the harsh words of a true friend enable him to help himself and others who feel their lives have no meaning. Through this path, Gus finds what is really important.Amy Pickens was born into a working class family-a planned and difficult birth-her mother never let her forget how much of a burden Amy's life was to her. She became the unwanted child. Struggling with confidence issues, she accidentally finds happiness, which in one fleeting moment, appears to go awry. ---

Miss Brenda and the Loveladies

Author: Brenda Spahn
Publisher: WaterBrook Press
ISBN: 0307732193
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The author describes how, after a brush with the law, she reluctantly took seven female parolees into her home and soon learned the power of faith and how God can change hearts forever.

A Baby of Her Own

Author: Brenda Novak
Publisher: Harlequin
ISBN: 142683666X
Format: PDF
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What Delaney wants…is a baby. A baby of her own. At thirty, she longs to break away from the constraints of her life. Longs to reach out for her heart's desire. She'd prefer marriage as well, but there's no man in Dundee, Idaho, she's interested in marrying. Then one winter night she and her best friend, Rebecca, go to Boise with the intent of finding a man for Delaney. She meets a handsome stranger named Conner, a man who might be able to provide her with the solution she needs…and the baby she wants! Afterward she thinks she must have been out of her mind. But it's too late. Because she's pregnant. And because the stranger isn't a stranger anymore. Conner Armstrong is now living on a ranch just outside Dundee.