To Hell And Back For Charity!

To Hell And Back For Charity!
Author: Brian Morgan
Publisher: Austin Macauley Publishers
Total Pages: 245
Release: 2023-06-23
Genre: Biography & Autobiography
ISBN: 1528985249


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From an almost completely impulsive moment of madness, self-employed family man Brian Morgan decided to leave his family behind and embark on a crazy challenge of walking 335 miles in 12 days, all in aid of a good cause. Battling against the odds and thwarted right from the start, exciting adventure soon became a grueling journey of pain and despair. Hampered by storms, injuries, dehydration, trench foot, cramp, crippling blisters and more, staying on track seemed ever more unlikely day by day, yet somehow through sheer determination and pure willpower he triumphed in what he set out to do as failure was almost inconceivable! “I never set out to write a book” said Mr Morgan, “but so much happened along the way and with barely a dull moment, I just felt I just had to share my experience with others. One thing that kept me going was the pure kindness from some of the most amazing people I met, and the generosity and thoughtfulness of one man in particular just blow me away as you’ll find out!”

Charity’s Journey

Charity’s Journey
Author: Beth McDuffie
Publisher: AuthorHouse
Total Pages: 476
Release: 2014-06-23
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 1496920880


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Charity’s Journey is the story of a Pit Bull puppy born into the hellish world of dogfighting. Facing horrendous abuse and neglect, Charity struggles to survive with her two sisters, Faith and Hope. After losing their mother, all three begin to believe that “sometimes dead is better.” People are their enemy until a kindly neighbor witnesses Charity being abused in a most horrific way. The three are taken to the animal shelter, where the dog fighter hoped they would be killed, destroying all evidence of the abuse. Instead, they find friends and the first kindness they have ever known. Charity’s Journey takes her from hell to the animal shelter, then to rescue and a place to call home. She will find her way into your heart from her first steps and hold you there forever. Once you meet Charity, you will “never forget to remember” her.

Tested in the Fire of Hell

Tested in the Fire of Hell
Author: Richard J Vnuk
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Total Pages: 207
Release: 2010-03-16
Genre: Biography & Autobiography
ISBN: 1450046940


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Although many young Americans are highly trained to be skilled soldiers, they have little or no training in dealing with the realities of combat. They have not been trained to deal with the consequences of war, namely: psychological injuries, deaths of close friends, and the betrayal of what is morally right. All this has lead to soldiers experiencing a spiritual death and emotional numbness. The church and the government have ignored the soldiers who have been acting out. “Silencing the survivor”, is not working, too many soldiers are suffering and it is time for the church and government to aid these heroic warriors. This is a personal story of my struggle with my conscience and what I was asked to do. It is a story of my battle with the psychological consequences of war and the spiritual battle that took place within my soul as I tried to recover from the horrors of war. I in hope that it will help other young men and women deal with the realities of war.

Loonyology

Loonyology
Author: Charles Bronson
Publisher: Andrews UK Limited
Total Pages: 482
Release: 2011-11-09
Genre: Biography & Autobiography
ISBN: 1907792392


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Lifer Charlie Bronson's reputation precedes him - ‘Britain's most violent prisoner’ - or does it? Do we really know the true Charlie, or are our impressions the result of media hype? Well, what is in no doubt is that Loonyology is 200% Bronson and will transport the reader on the dizziest no-holds-barred roller-coaster ride of their lives, from suspense and shock to laughter and tears, and from Bronson the ‘Solitary King’ to Bronson the Philosopher, the Poet, the Artist, the Author, the Joker, the Walking Scar and the Freedom Fighter. Now 55 years old, and having spent most of his last 34 years as a maximum security ‘Bronco Zoo’ inmate, he’s a much wiser man as he looks back on his crazy journey of unpredictable behaviour, his ever-alert mind darting from reminiscences of his teenage years to memories of fellow-cons, the screws, the cranks, letters and news reports, prison life and procedures, and the overall madness (‘loonyology’) of the legal and penal systems, peppering his stories with diary entries, true gems of information, sound advice and hilarious one-liners. Together with his many supporters and with the aid of a top lawyer, Charlie is campaigning for the parole board to finally allow him his freedom, but begging is not his style: he calls a spade a spade and is determined to win with dignity, fighting with his pen and his brain to achieve his aim of a life outside ‘the cage’. In his words: “I chose to be a villain. I’m not proud of it, nor am I ashamed of it. I have paid my debt to society and it’s time to go home.”

Liable Charity

Liable Charity
Author: Wayne Stinnett
Publisher: Down Island Press
Total Pages: 211
Release: 2023-06-19
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 1956026606


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Charity Styles had been the catalyst for the demise of many. But in the past that usually meant the end of a human life. As an assassin for the CIA, it came with the territory. But this time she feels responsible for the end two of her friend’s relationship. She sets out on a voyage to find one of the partners in the hopes of rectifying the rift she helped create. Along the way, she encounters a deadly foe, bent on becoming rich regardless of how many must suffer or die. Charity finds her friend but before they can reconcile the problem, they must join forces with an animal rights activist to rescue an innocent woman from a Mexican cartel involved in the trafficking of endangered wildlife. Facing down armed and powerful cartel members will be child’s play compared to the fight yet to come when Charity admits what she’s done. It’s the height of summer in Campeche, but when Charity Styles is around, things tend to get even hotter.

Messengers Of Peace - Similar Teachings Of Jesus Christ And Lord Krishna

Messengers Of Peace - Similar Teachings Of Jesus Christ And Lord Krishna
Author: Swami Saurabhnath
Publisher: Swami Saurabhnath
Total Pages: 30
Release: 2015-07-10
Genre: Religion
ISBN:


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This book shows the common teachings of Jesus Christ and Lord Krishna. When we look at Hinduism and Christianity we find totally different ideologies with different doctrines and different gods. But when I studied Bible, I found striking similarities between the teachings of Jesus Christ and Hinduism. In this book I have tried to show those similarities by putting the teachings of Jesus and Krishna together. It is not my intention to show Jesus as a Hindu Guru, I don’t know if He had visited India or not. I have just tried to show that the Consciousness of humanity is same everywhere and prophets of different time and place have expressed the same reality about it. - Saurabh

Reckless Charity

Reckless Charity
Author: Wayne Stinnett
Publisher: Down Island Press
Total Pages: 229
Release: 2017-03-28
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 0998128538


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Charity Styles is a world class sharpshooter, martial arts expert, and government assassin... but after a stressful assignment, all she wants is a little time to unwind on the quiet side of St. Thomas, the picturesque Magens Bay. What does she get? A hurricane, an ex, drug dealers, a psychotic murderer, an amorous developer, and forced to stay in the rowdy tourist town of Charlotte-Amalie. Naturally. By the time she sails Wind Dancer back to her beloved Magens Beach, a storm is brewing that threatens to displace her again, but this is a man-made storm and Charity has had all she can take. She's stressed and reckless and not even her friends can hold her in check as she takes on a fight that could change her future and the future of those she cares for.

The Tablet

The Tablet
Author:
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Total Pages: 732
Release: 2004
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