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Most of us have felt it: that unexplained prompting in our hearts to stop and pray for a friend, a loved one, or even a stranger. Sometimes we dismiss the feeling as a stray thought about friends, families, or situations. Sometimes we are even awakened from a deep sleep with an even deeper need to go to God in prayer.
Where do those urges come from? Are they truly from God? And do those prayers have any effect on the one we're praying for?
In Called To Pray, Linda Evans Shepherd shares dozens of inspiring true stories of people who have felt God's call to pray - and the astonishing results of those impromptu prayers. For those who wonder if prayer has any effect or doubt that God communicates with us personally, this heart-stirring book will amaze, inspire, and equip them to respond to those holy promptings.
Linda Evans's unique memoir combines her love of cooking with tales of living and working in Hollywood. Includes an all-new chapter! From her dazzling debut as Audra on the TV hit show The Big Valley, to her award-winning performances as Krystle in Dynasty, Linda Evans has charmed millions of television viewers around the world with her talent, her warmth, and her beauty. Through it all, Linda has remained unaffected, grounded, and deeply spiritual. In Recipes for Life, Linda opens up her heart, her past, and her kitchen. She shares a revealing assortment of anecdotes, photographs, and recipes enjoyed by Linda and those near and dear to her. Linda touches upon growing up, family ties, her incredible life in Hollywood, the friends she has made, and provides an intimate glimpse into her high-profile romances. At the heart of this memorable, touching, and inspiring story is how all of these ingredients have come together to make Linda the woman she is today. True to her beloved personality, Linda warmly and candidly serves up a delightful banquet that her Dynasty fans will truly savor. Complete with over 40 recipes, some handed down through generations (Mom's Hot Dog Stew), some taught by famous friends (John Wayne "The Duke's" Crab Dip), some inspired by supreme dining experiences from travels around the world (Ina Garten's Filet of Beef Bourguignon), and still others from her winning appearance on Hell's Kitchen (Hell's Salmon), Recipes for Life is at once a delightful journey and a treasure trove of recipes of a life well-lived by a woman well-loved.
There's prayer--and then there's intercessory prayer. What's the difference? How do we know when intercessory prayer is called for? And even if we feel the call to pray boldly for ourselves or others, how do we do it? What do we say? And what response should we expect from God?
In this practical and encouraging book, Linda Evans Shepherd explains what intercessory prayer is, how to pray as an intercessor, and how to experience victory. With chapters devoted to praying for family, others, provision, health, breakthroughs, salvation of loved ones, church, community, country, and more, you'll quickly find the specific help you need to pray for the needs close to your heart. You'll also learn how to develop your own intercessory prayer battle strategy and to celebrate each victory with thanksgiving.
If you're someone with a deeply felt need to pray for others, to bring your burdens and troubles to God, and to see God's clear answers to your prayers, this book is for you.
The Scriptures tell us that when we pray the will of God, he delights to answer our prayers. But what is God's will in any given situation? How can we know it? And if we don't know it, how can we pray it? Linda Evans Shepherd shows readers that God's will is not a mystery--it's clearly laid out in his Word through his many promises. Through stories, practical application, examples of prayers, and guided reflection, Shepherd leads readers toward a more powerful prayer life. Arranged by topic for ease of use, this book shows how to pray God's promises - of his presence - of love - of peace - of joy - of hope - for provision - for health - for breakthroughs - for our relationships - over children and loved ones Shepherd includes a chapter on God's powerful answers to prayer that will inspire readers to search the Scriptures, pray God's will, and wait expectantly for his promised answers.
Interracial strife hits Atoka County, Alabama in Director Terence Young's tense thriller. When local white woman Nancy Poteet (Linda Evans) is raped one night, apparently by a black man, the subsequent murder of a black teenager threatens to undermine the fragile balancing act of local County Sheriff 'Big Track' Bascomb (Lee Marvin). Undermined by his Klan-supporting deputy (Cameron Mitchell) and local employer/Mayor, Hardy Riddle (David Huddlestone), Bascomb tries to keep the lid on the powder-keg of a potential race-war.
Unpacks the Armor of God and Shows Christians How to Break Free from the Chains That Hold Them Back
God has created each person with purpose and potential, so why are so many of us fighting the same old battles instead of living the life he intends for us? God has already provided all of the weapons we need in order to find success in every area of life. It's time to learn how to use them.
Linda Evans Shepherd shows readers how to break the chains of the enemy by putting on the full armor of God described in Ephesians 6. Shepherd explains the function of each piece of armor and offers readers deep insight into why they feel resistance when they try to find and follow their purpose. She shows readers how using the full armor of God will help them win their spiritual battles to live a victorious life now.
"SENCO At A Glance: A Toolkit for Success" is an essential book for Inclusion Coordinators and SENCOs who want to excel at their job. Light on text and filled with innovative, time-saving resources, this book will help you to achieve the highest standards in all aspects of your work, with practical guidance on: recording pupils' progress in a way that informs teaching, but also in a way that provides easy-access information about how well interventions are working throughout the school auditing and planning SEN provision in your setting; recruiting, training and supporting your team of colleagues; planning and delivering INSET; coordinating the sharing of information between school, multi-agency professionals and parents; keeping well-informed and up-to-date; gathering information which can be used to demonstrate your effectiveness to senior managers and colleagues, governors, parents and OFSTED/HMI; and how to self-evaluate and develop further as a professional.If you are passionate about your work and want only the best for the pupils in your care, you need to know (and be able to show) what you're doing, how well you're doing it and what to do next: this book will be your guide!
It's easy to pray for others' needs. If God takes a long time in answering--or answers with a no--it's easier to take. Far more difficult is focusing on your own needs, when sometimes you don't get the answers you want. What do you pray when life gets hard or even unbearable? When you lose a spouse or a child? When your health deteriorates? When your spiritual life seems barren? Linda Evans Shepherd knows what it's like to pray in the most dire of circumstances. She shows readers the how, what, and when of praying for themselves. As she takes readers through her own prayer journey and the stories of others, they will be encouraged and equipped to pray for themselves in any circumstance. They'll also find that whether or not God changes their circumstances, he will use prayer to change them.
Collection of every episode from all nine seasons of the long-running American soap following the mixed fortunes of a wealthy Denver oil business family presided over by Blake Carrington (John Forsythe). Scandalous love affairs, dirty business deals, power struggles, catfights and bulging shoulder pads all add to the drama in the show that epitomised the glamour and greed of the 1980s.
From the award-winning author of "When You Don't Know What to Pray
"comes a bold and life-transforming book that will help readers
develop a vibrant relationship with God. Linda Evans Shepherd tells
readers that a fulfilling prayer life is more than just regularly
talking to God or checking items off a prayer list. God loves us so
much that he wants us to draw close enough not only to talk but
also to listen.
Baqet III was the 'great overlord' of the Oryx province, located in the most fertile region of Egypt. The well-preserved wall scenes in his chapel record activities undertaken in the desert, on land and river, in workshops as well as those of wars and entertainments. Dated to the end of the Eleventh Dynasty, the tomb documents one of the critical times in Egyptian history. The architectural features and the scenes and inscriptions are published in colour photographs and detailed line drawings, accompanied by explanatory text.
Tony Palmer directs this dramatisation of the tragic relationship between composer Giacomo Puccini and the maid who became his lover, Doria Manfredi - an ill-fated union that went on to inspire the opera 'Turandot'. Robert Stephens and Virginia McKenna star. The drama is juxtaposed with footage from Palmer's 1984 production of 'Turandot' for the Scottish National Opera, starring Linda Evans Gray, Willard White and Alan Opie.
In Enlightened Weight Loss, Linda Evans, international speaker, seminar leader, and self-awareness coach, guides readers through her heart-centered and eye-opening 9-step ENLIGHTEN Process. Through using the simple ENLIGHTEN Process, readers gain clarity on the core issues at the heart of their weight-loss struggles, allowing them to finally change their sabotaging dieting patterns forever and to break free of the weight that has been holding them back-in body, mind, and spirit. Linda helps those struggling with weight loss: Get to the heart of their habitual behaviors around food and dieting Gain insight into their emotional eating time-bombs and how to diffuse them Expose their inner saboteurs that keep them from getting and staying thin Reset their internal satiety and food enjoyment meter Enlightened Weight Loss teaches readers to find harmony with their daily food choices and comfort within their body as they make lasting emotional and physical changes at the cellular level, lightening their body-and life-from the inside out.
The third volume of the Beni Hassan series is devoted to the recording and study of the Twelfth Dynasty tomb of Amenemhat, great overlord of the Oryx nome. It presents a new and complete record of the tomb's scenes in drawing and coloured photographs, and comrpises the translation and interpretation of all scenes and inscriptions in the tomb, including that of Amenemhat's biography which recounts in detail his career and participation in military campaigns. The volume additionally includes new architectural drawings and an architectural report on one of the most impressive and complete tombs of Middle Kingdom Egypt.
The book contains the excavation and recording of Tomb A4 and its decorated burial chamber belonging to Niankhpepy the Black, whose son Pepyankh the Black built two communicating tombs A1 and A2 for his father and himself, then linking the chapel of Tomb A1 to the burial chamber of Tomb A4 via a sloping passage. This is an exceptional example of filial affection in ancient Egypt. The scenes and inscriptions as well as the architecture of Tomb A1 have been re-recorded and are published in this volume. Minor tombs with finds were discovered in the rock-cliff face in the area between Tombs A1 and A4, and have been dated to the late Old Kingdom/early First Intermediate Period.
The tomb of Pepyankh the Black (D2) at Meir was published by Blackman in his series The Rock Tombs of Meir (vol. 5, London, 1953). The Australian Centre for Egyptology (ACE) rerecorded all the scenes and inscriptions in the chapel after these had been conserved by the Supreme Council of Antiquities, with many additional details surfacing. The ACE has also undertaken conservation work in the burial chamber which yielded interesting information on the decoration of burial chambers in the Old Kingdom. The tomb is one of the most completely decorated and preserved provincial tombs of the Old Kingdom with scenes covering various themes from the life of the tomb owner as well as the most complete scenes of the funerary procession. All the scenes and inscriptions are published in detailed, coloured photographs as well as line drawings. They are accompanied by a textual description of the scenes, translation of the hieroglyphic texts and a comparative analysis with other contemporary tombs.
The prison business in the US is not based on locking up, punishing, or rehabilitating dangerous hoodlums. Follow the money and find how the prison-industrial complex fits into the New World Order of free trade and imprisoned people, the war on drugs and capital flight. Evans is a former political prisoner who served time for anti-imperialist actions.
Egyptian animal imagery has long been admired for its beauty and morphological accuracy, but the postures and activities of depicted species have received less attention. Animal Behaviour in Egyptian Art takes a unique approach by documenting the way in which mammals, birds, reptiles, fish, amphibians, and insects are shown behaving in Old Kingdom tomb scenes from Giza and Saqqara and then comparing these representations with current zoological knowledge of contemporary fauna. This comprehensive study reveals that the Egyptians were acutely aware of the natural behaviour of many different species and that their artists found ingenious ways to depict this within the constraints of their idiosyncratic method of representation.
The Multiverse science fiction/fantasy series returns with book 2 now in trade paperback!
Epitomizing the glamour and decadence of 1980s Reagan-era America, DYNASTY was essentially a prime-time soap opera, and was characterized by campy, melodramatic plotlines, as well as Joan Collins's magnetic performance as the conniving Alexis Colby. She is divorced from Blake Carrington (John Forsythe), a fabulously wealthy oil magnate who marries his secretary, Krystle Jennings (Linda Evans), at the show's inception; the jealous Alexis schemes to do everything she can to destroy their union. The rest of the cast includes Blake and Alexis's children--the promiscuous amnesiac Fallon and the sexually ambivalent Steven--as well as resident geologist Matthew Blaisdel and his psychotic wife, Claudia.
During the third season, Blake's long-lost son Adam comes knocking, Alexis wrests control of a rival oil firm, and a freak explosion causes Steven to have extensive plastic surgery, supplying him with a new face (that of actor Jack Coleman).
What is the role of a professor? How does someone achieve professorial status? What do non-professorial colleagues think about professors? How do professors themselves perceive their roles? What are the bases of these perceptions, and what are their implications for the professoriate's evolving role both within the neoliberal university, and in the approaching post-neoliberal era? Professors as Academic Leaders draws on a wealth of data not only to explore what it is to be a professor but also to consider how professors are perceived by others. Linda Evans presents the findings from four studies, with a combined data base of over 2,400 questionnaire responses and over 90 interview transcripts, and discusses their implications for the future development of the UK-based professoriate and academic leadership in higher education. She analyses the concepts of leadership and of professionalism, and illustrates how, in trying to meet people's expectations of them, professors' 'enacted', professionalism is shaped by the professionalism that others demand of them. Professorship is revealed to be demanding, at times stressful and morale-sapping, and at times exhilarating and rewarding. Linda Evans questions whether universities are making best use of their most senior academics, and proposes ways of refashioning professorship.
We live in a world filled to the brim with advice, and when it
comes to dealing with stress, there's plenty of advice to go
around. Sleep more, eat better, avoid this, seek out that. But more
advice on coping is not necessarily what the stressed and anxious
person needs. What we need is a cure. Linda Evans Shepherd has
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