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Keeping a journal is a very good activity.

Author: Emily Christie


ISBN: 1712155725


Page: 122

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Keeping a journal is a very good activity. If you like to focused on career than you should get a copy of this amazing and hilarious journal. It is time for you to get this amazing writing notebook and start to write your daily routine in this journal This writing journal is available for men, women and children. Get this amazing journal at reasonable price and give it as a gift to your friend. It is time for you to make yourself time and write quotes in this amazing journal
2019-11-26 By Emily Christie

Writing Journal with Career Related Motivational Quotes for Men, Women and Adults.

Author: Kathy Notebooks


ISBN: 167461358X


Page: 122

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Writing Journal with Career Related Motivational Quotes for Men, Women and Adults. Write all your Daily weekly monthly yearly short and long term Goals, Activities and Schedule in this Notebook Journal. 120 pages of 6x9 Journal is the perfect size and easy to handle. This notebook have Matte finish and high quality White paper. Making notes is a healthy activity to make you life easy. You can Gift this Career Journal to Your Friends Family or Colleagues.
2019-12-12 By Kathy Notebooks

Super Hero Theme Motivational Quotes for Men & women, Perfect Notebook for people who Love their job.

Author: Emma Loren


ISBN: 1676838163


Page: 122

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Super Hero Theme Motivational Quotes for Men & women, Perfect Notebook for people who Love their job. Write all your Daily weekly monthly yearly short and long term Goals, Activities and Schedule in this Notebook Journal. 120 pages of 6x9 Journal is the perfect size and easy to handle. You can Gift this Career Journal to Your Friends Family or Colleagues.
2019-12-17 By Emma Loren

Kept reminding me the Bible isGod's Word, don't mess with it. ... After serving a small rural church thirty miles west of Baltimore, he applies fora commission asa chaplain inthe United States Army,which is granted in1961.

Author: Donald Vedeler

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 9780595879786

Category: Fiction

Page: 194

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Eric Lovejoy's adventure begins at age 11, during World War II in 1945, with the death of his older brother, Wilbur, during a skirmish outside Budingen, Germany. A quarter of a century later, Eric, now an army chaplain stationed in Budingen, along with two German veterans, an American reporter, and a German-American businessman look into the matter. A bumbling Russian spy lingers in the background. When one of the German veterans reveals a new and dangerous predicament involving his sister, the group focus changes direction in an attempt to rescue her. The trail leads to Adolf Hitler's Obersalzberg fortress in Berchtesgaden, Germany. A series of events and mishaps makes Eric a captive. Eric faces danger and brainwashing at the hands of a secret organization, whose high ideals and harsh methods threaten to destroy his hitherto unexamined religious beliefs. Threatened with death if he does not become a willing member, he struggles to decide whether to join their cause and work on their behalf or try to escape. His choice alters a portion of German history.
2007-03-15 By Donald Vedeler

... and get new mess arrangements and if chose to mess with me along all right, if not, I would make another mess to suit myself that I would not mess with the major or chaplain. The Colonel said he wanted to mess with me alone which we ...

Author: Kevin B. Mccray

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781462800018

Category: History


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2003-11-10 By Kevin B. Mccray

For some convicts, the chaplaincy does indeed provide the possibility to focus on ideas that are not related to violence ... In some way you can say it puts me on another path, on the right path so that I don't make a mess of things any ...

Author: Irene Becci

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317118299

Category: Social Science

Page: 210

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This book explores the profound transformations that prisons and offender rehabilitation programmes in Eastern Germany have undergone with respect to religion. Drawing on participant observation and interviews of inmates, ex-prisoners, chaplains and prison visitors, this book connects the institutional to individual: focusing on the religious changes individuals experience when they are imprisoned and released. Including comparative studies from Italy and Switzerland, Becci reveals that despite diverse local, historical, denominational, political and social contexts the transformation patterns of individuals' relationship to religion, and their use of religious resources, are strongly shaped by the total character of prisons. Becci also explores the difficulties faced by released people in keeping their religious life alive under the harsh conditions of social stigma in a highly secular outside society.
2016-05-13 By Irene Becci

Conversation, Prayer and Meditation with the Last Living D-Day Chaplain of Omaha Beach Janelle T. Frese ... Everybody seemed to like me and I liked everybody too. And as a Chaplain I had ... CHAPLAIN: General Montgomery ate at our mess.

Author: Janelle T. Frese

Publisher: Trafford Publishing

ISBN: 9781412230247

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 262

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When Janelle's grandfather dies in her arms, she sees in his eyes an answer to the undying question we all struggle with in life: Where do we go from here? By fate or by faith, she follows the mystery-of-the-eyes to find Chaplain Barber, the man who would save her from death's sorrow and change her life forever. Chaplain George Russell Barber is the last living chaplain from the D-Day landing on Omaha Beach, June 6, 1944. He survived Normandy's bloodiest beach battle, "I dug like it was only up to me. I prayed like it was only up to God. Together, we dug that hole pretty deep." He went on to march across Europe for eleven more months without a weapon. Armed only with his Bible and his faith, Chaplain Barber preached the gospel during the most dangerous war scenes of the European theatre in World War II, "There are no atheists in foxholes." One of the last of the red-blooded American boys, Chaplain Barber tells Janelle his life history like a Little Big Man of the Greatest Generation. From the cotton fields back home to the Horse Cavalry days, through three wars, the Space Age and the war on terrorism, his life of service grips the heart of the small town patriot and likewise spins the mind of the spiritually inquisitive. "The Bible has been known to stop a bullet, but that's not the only reason I believe." Through their conversations, prayers and meditations, Janelle and the Chaplain mix the secret ingredients for the recipe of the Red, White and Blue in you.
2006-07-21 By Janelle T. Frese

Stevenson had walked in the mess tent halfway through the conversation and gotten a cup of coffee. ... When they saw the chaplain talking to one of their men, they understood what was going on and found another table.

Author: R. w. Griffith

Publisher: Xulon Press

ISBN: 9781602667242

Category: Fiction

Page: 460

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A fictional story taken from the authors real-life experiences as a chaplain assistant in the United States Army.
2007-10-01 By R. w. Griffith

All you have to do today , at any installation , is visit the local “ ' watering holes ' ' at the mess hall , motor pool ... And the chaplain ? ... Just as others ministered to me when I was growing up , I hope to minister to them .



ISBN: MINN:30000010453300



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You don't have to call me Chaplain.” Within a few minutes they had left for the mess hall where they could talk. As the door closed behind them, Lafayette looked up from a stack of file cards he was initialing in the upper left hand ...

Author: John Harrington

Publisher: Archway Publishing

ISBN: 9781480834156

Category: Fiction

Page: 252

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In September 1967, with the Vietnam War raging, Lieutenant Jim Doyle arrives at a small United States Air Force radar site in Nakhon Sarang, a town in central Thailand. He is the new administrative officer for the site, where the work is in support of the bombing of North Vietnam and Laos. As the year wears on, Doyle must not only deal with the internal politics of the sites leaders, but also with troubled officers and airmen, his own conflicted feelings about the war, and his entanglements with several Thai women, some bawdy, and some uplifting. His confused emotions lead him to become awkwardly involved in another lieutenants romantic situation, one that ends badly for everyone. At the end of his year-long assignment, Doyle leaves Nakhon Sarang and Thailand disappointed in his inability to have made sense of his experience, a feeling that will continue to trouble him for years to come. Although ultimately a sad tale, the story is also a portrait of young Americans dropped into an exotic culture in wartime, portraying them with humor, sometimes risqu and sometimes farcical, but always with an underlying empathy.
2016-07-27 By John Harrington

Should I salute him or should he salute me? I remember now that that was a question often debated in the mess hall. There was an answer to it but I have forgotten what it was. At any rate, there was no time for debate then, ...

Author: George Woodward Wickersham

Publisher: Merriam Press

ISBN: 9781576381335

Category: Marines

Page: 162

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A mess sergeant came to my tent to get a mess kit. On the way out he said, “I was thinking, Chaplain, about what you said about being ready to die. I don't feel like I'm ready.” “Sit down, Murph. Aren't you a Christian?

Author: Chaplain William C. Taggart


ISBN: 9780359847105

Category: World War, 1939-1945

Page: 176

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As I watch and hear the news each day It makes me realize we Christians need to really pray The world and even this nation is really in a mess And they really don't know how to fix it, they would confess. The answer really is quite ...

Author: Chaplain Anthony

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781477143452

Category: Poetry

Page: 94

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I am a retired European Naturopath Doctor and a still active Chaplain. Writing poems is a brand new gift from God to me. I wrote my first poem in February 28, 2012 and finished the last poem July 10th of 2012. It seemed daily that I would be inspired to write a poem and the Lord would give me the words, sometimes almost faster than I could type. These poems are my gift to the world and I leave as my legacy. Blessings to all that read these God inspired poems. Chaplain Anthony Murphy
2012-07 By Chaplain Anthony

Later that morning, as Chocolate and I are filing in Chaplain Brookie's office, I tell him about my conversation with Chico. When I finish, Chocolate gives me a stern warning: “Man, you don't want to mess with those guys.

Author: Daisy M. Jenkins

Publisher: Wheatmark, Inc.

ISBN: 9781627875462

Category: Fiction

Page: 346

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Gene Ramone Brook -- Chaplain Brookie -- ministers to black inmates in the Green Machine, the nickname for the privatized, for-profit prison that relies on a steady stream of black and brown inmates to fill the coffers of its big corporate contractors. It's a place where anguish quickly replaces hope. Chaplain Brookie's ministry aims to tackle the issues the inmates face and prepare them for life beyond the Green Machine. But it's not having the desired impact, so he decides to do something radically different. He pulls together an unlikely team of inmates to carry out his plan -- former businessman Mr. J who has spent twenty-nine years in prison for a crime he didn't commit, bright young rapper Chocolate who was in the wrong place at the wrong time, and Vanilla who was falsely framed as a drug kingpin by his wealthy classmates. Chaplain Brookie faces a major challenge when a fellow chaplain tries to sabotage his plan. The complicated, intriguing lives of these colorful characters come together in The Green Machine, a rare glimpse inside prison walls that illuminates the inmates' constant battle against degradation, humiliation, and dehumanization. Combining compassion and a compelling chronicle of prison life, author Daisy M. Jenkins shines a light on the problems and challenges of mass incarceration and the enormous need for rehabilitation. The Green Machinewill make you laugh, cry, and think about life -- and those living it -- behind prison walls.
2017-11-15 By Daisy M. Jenkins

The officers of Y Company made me their mess president. We were only five in all, but decided to celebrate our holiday by as good a mess as possible. So, escorted by two orderlies, I spent the morning in the ... I am afraid we do not ...

Author: Rev. Creighton Oswin

Publisher: Pickle Partners Publishing

ISBN: 9781782891000

Category: History

Page: 154

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“The padre of the 86th Brigade, 29th Division, gives an account of his experiences at Gallipoli where he landed on 25th April 1915 to his evacuation on medical grounds on 12th August. covers the period 27th January 1915, when he reported to the HQ of the newly formed 29th Division in Leamington, to 12th August 1915 when he arrived in Alexandria having been evacuated sick (diphtheria) from the Peninsula. The 86th Brigade was a Fusilier Brigade with 2nd Royal Fusiliers, 1st Lancashire Fusiliers, 1st Royal Munster Fusiliers and 1st Royal Dublin Fusiliers, and it was the first to land on 25th April 1915. It was with the first two mentioned that Creighton had most contact and they feature prominently in this account. The other two battalions, being recruited mainly from the south of Ireland, were predominantly RC. Creighton had come straight from civvy street and took a little while to find his feet among regular troops....This account is based on his diary and he took pains to write only what he got firsthand and from personal observation and he has tried to be as accurate as possible. The interesting photos were borrowed from the CO of 2nd RF and his narrative does give a feel for the conditions and fighting on the Peninsula. At one stage he gives vent to his feelings after a fruitless attack by a brigade of the newly arrived 52nd (Lowland) Division which cost over fifty percent casualties: “These things seem to happen every battle. The amount of unnecessary lives simply thrown away is appalling."... The book closes with a chapter by the BM, Major H.M. Farmar, on the landing of the 86th Brigade and the subsequent operations till 3rd May.”N&M print version Author — Rev. Creighton Oswin, 1883-1918 Text taken, whole and complete, from the edition published in London, Longmans, Green and co., 1916. Original Page Count – xiv and 191 pages. Illustrations — 26 maps and Illustrations.
2013-01-15 By Rev. Creighton Oswin

One chaplain handled the situation with humor by posting the photograph of a beautiful movie star on the bulletin board with the caption “ Unless the girl you want to marry is as good looking as this , don't see me .



ISBN: UOM:39015034321078

Category: Military chaplains


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My husband didn't want to talk to the chaplain about our problem, but I said I was going with or without him. He said he wasn't going to counseling and told me that I shouldn't go either. He was dead set against me going, and I was just ...

Author: Dr. Gwendolyn Perry Honore

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781493176243

Category: Self-Help

Page: 192

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Maintaining a marriage has become a challenge of love against immaturity and selfishness. In order to find success in your marriage, you must learn the gift of patience, attentiveness, and forgiveness. Above all, you must establish a relationship with God. Testimonies in this book will give witness that some women have found it easier to run and call it quits when complications surface. Some women have carried the burden of patience, regrets, and pangs of conscience, while others have discovered peace and a greater purpose. You will not receive direct answers to problems, but you will be inspired to think prayerfully before you give up on that which can be years of happiness. Sometimes your mess turns into a message, and your test becomes a testimony. Sometimes, the best is yet to come!

'O give it me. It is my charm. Do not thieve it from me.' The chaplain took no heed, but, going to the tent door, called aloud. ... mess-tent. Ordinarily, I should have chastised him and let him go, because I believe him to be a thief.

Author: Rudyard Kipling

Publisher: e-artnow

ISBN: 9788027232703

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 7500

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This carefully edited collection has been designed and formatted to the highest digital standards and adjusted for readability on all devices. Contents: Novels: The Light That Failed Captain Courageous: A Story of the Grand Banks Kim The Naulahka: A Story of West and East Stalky and Co. Short Story Collections: The City of Dreadful Night Plain Tales from the Hills Soldier's Three (The Story of the Gadsbys) Soldier's Three - Part II The Phantom 'Rickshaw and Other Ghost Stories Under the Deodars Wee Willie Winkie Life's Handicap Many Inventions The Jungle Book The Second Jungle Book The Day's Work Just So Stories Traffics and Discoveries Puck of Pook's Hill Actions and Reactions Abaft the Funnel Rewards and Fairies The Eyes of Asia A Diversity of Creatures Land and Sea Tales Debits and Credits Thy Servant a Dog Limits and Renewals Poetry Collections: Departmental Ditties Ballads and Barrack-Room Ballads The Seven Seas An Almanac of Twelve Sports The Five Nations Songs from Books The Years Between Military Collections: A Fleet in Being France at War The New Army in Training Sea Warfare The War in the Mountains The Graves of the Fallen The Irish Guards in the Great War I & II Travel Collections: American Notes From Sea to Sea Letters of Travel: 1892 - 1913 Souvenirs of France Brazilian Sketches: 1927 How Shakespeare Came to Write the 'Tempest' Autobiographies: A Book of Words Something of Myself Joseph Rudyard Kipling (1865-1936) was an English short-story writer, poet, and novelist. He wrote tales and poems of British soldiers in India and stories for children. He is regarded as a major innovator in the art of the short story; his children's books are classics of children's literature; and one critic described his work as exhibiting "a versatile and luminous narrative gift".
2017-12-06 By Rudyard Kipling

I do not like to say no to you, but this is something I cannot do.” “Please, Chaplain Yost.” “No, I'm very sorry, but I must refuse.” Moments later as I settled into my chair at a table by myself, I looked across the room and recognized ...

Author: Israel A. S. Yost

Publisher: University of Hawaii Press

ISBN: 9780824861933

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 320

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In October 1943, twenty-seven-year-old combat infantry chaplain Israel Yost arrived in Italy with the 100th Battalion, a little-known National Guard unit of mostly Japanese Americans from Hawai‘i. Yost was apprehensive when he learned of his assignment to this unusual unit composed of soldiers with whom he felt he had little in common and who were mostly Buddhists. But this would soon change. For the next nineteen months at the front—from Salerno to Monte Cassino to Anzio to Bruyeres—Yost assisted medics, retrieved bodies from the battlefield, buried enemy soldiers, struggled to bolster morale as the number of casualties rose higher and higher, and wrote countless letters of condolence, all in addition to fulfilling his ministerial duties, which included preaching in the foxholes. Although his sermons won few converts, Yost’s tireless energy and concern for others earned him admiration from his fellow soldiers, who often turned to him as a trusted friend and spiritual advisor. Forty years after the war had ended, with the help of his field diaries and the letters he had written almost daily to his wife, Yost wrote of his wartime experiences in the hopes that they might one day be published as a record of the remarkable character and accomplishments of the 100th. Combat Chaplain presents this heartfelt memoir intact. with the addition of photographs and subsequent letters and speeches by Yost and other veterans.
2006-07-31 By Israel A. S. Yost

'I do not—I did not steal.' Kim danced in agony like a terrier at a lifted stick. 'Oh, give it me. It is my charm. Do not thieve it from me.' The Chaplain took no heed, but, going to the tent door, called aloud. A fattish, clean-shaven ...

Author: Rudyard Kipling


ISBN: 9781329442641

Category: Fiction

Page: 246

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Charged with action and suspense, yet profoundly spiritual, Kim vividly expresses the sounds and smells, colors and characters, opulence and squalor of complex, contradictory India under British rule. The book abounds in brilliant descriptions of Indian scenes and deeply sympathetic portraits of her people. Long recognized as Kipling's finest work, Kim was a key factor in his winning the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1907. This new edition of Kipling s classic novel includes the biographical essay Who was Rudyard Kipling?
2015-08-04 By Rudyard Kipling

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