So begins an unplanned journey for Jason, one that won’t be easy. The Native American culture is even more foreign to him than the state of Washington. When he meets Crystal Clearwater, things come into focus, but Jason can’t tell if it’s his newfound knowledge of her culture or the girl herself. Things get more complicated when some of the bullies in her tribe don’t take too kindly to an outsider falling for one of their people.
Together, Jason and Crystal unearth artifacts that seem almost magical. They also stumble over human bones, the discovery of which opens up a whole lot of questions for the locals. As time passes, Jason needs Crystal’s help to make sense of it all. He also forges an unexpected bond with his Uncle Jake in the process. Maybe Washington isn’t so bad after all, and maybe treasure is not always buried in the ground.
Someone who believes in God but who works like He does not exist.
When was the last time you thought about God at work? For millions of us, work doesn’t seem to have a purpose other than a paycheck. Some feel that work is a kind of suffering that must be endured. How did work become such an empty, lifeless trade-off?
This is the reality of Monday Morning Atheism: the way many love God but approach work as if He doesn’t exist—essentially switching God off.
Regardless of how we feel about our work, all of us feel its irritations—there may be some “pebble in your shoe” as you walk into the office or arrive on the job site. It may be the long hours, the money, or the job description. It may be dashed dreams, the looming specter of unemployment, or the people that seem to stand in your way. It may be the irritating boss or the irksome employees or the time away from home. Sometimes it’s the haunting question of whether your work has any worth at all. There is evidence of Monday Morning Atheism all around us.
But whatever your situation, one thing is for certain: Today, right where you are, God wants to bring you hope. He can help you turn the lights back on—stopping the switch ---showing you a new reason for your work.
The solution shows up in research, life stories, and in the Bible. And, you will find it in this innovative new book, created from eight years of research. Monday Morning Atheist will show you how to resist the lies that cause you to switch God OFF on the job and then help ordinary people like us experience God as we work.
Imagine your workday with peace, power, and purpose. In other words, working God’s way, not our way. You can be confident that you will find brighter work days ahead.
You will find truths in this book that will help guide you to a new place at work, a place most of us never knew existed. No more will you have to accept work just draining life from you; you are actually going to find new life in your work! God’s life—a life full of incredible power, peace, and purpose.
This pursuit of work full of God’s purpose and meaning has changed thousands of lives, and it has the revolutionary power to change yours as well. So, Let’s Stop The Switch!
Practical Work Tools Inside!
This is not just a book to read.
This is a book to live.
As an artist, Julia has changed dramatically from the talented but sheltered girl who found fame first with a role in the independent movie "Mystic Pizza" and became the exuberant star whose "Pretty Woman" delighted audiences everywhere before becoming an Oscar-winning actress capable of taking on the toughest roles. As a person, she's grown from a skittish and gangly girl moving through relationships with co-stars to become an assured woman making her own bold decisions about how to live her life.
Julia will delight fans with its level of detail and fresh information, as well as its thoughtfulness about the life and career of a truly vibrant and complex star.
They were the youngest children to live in the White House in over a century - Caroline just three and John Jr. a newborn when their father took the oath of office. Symbolizing the youthful vigor of the new administration, they won the hearts of the American people as they romped around - and under - their father's desk in the Oval Office. And when, three years later, Caroline kissed JKF's coffin and John Jr. saluted the passing bier, they were forever etched into the nations' collective heart.
We see their awkward adolescence, their sorrows at senseless losses in the family, their first forays into romance, their efforts to establish themselves as responsible adults, their happy marriages and Caroline's motherhood. And we watch in admiration as Caroline recovers from the untimely death of her beloved brother to assume the mantle of the Camelot legend.
This is a book that will tug at the heart-strings of all who remember fondly these two remarkable American offspring.
a detailed account of the cognitive and behavioural processes involved in the development and maintenance of problem drinking in-depth coverage of assessment and case formulation and their role in planning and sequencing CBT interventions concise and practical illustrations of the application of CBT interventions in preparing, implementing and maintaining change diaries and worksheets for use with the client.
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Problem Drinking is essential reading for all mental health practitioners in the field of alcohol misuse, as well as being a useful resource for those in training.
The appendices of this book contain worksheets that can be downloaded free of charge to purchasers of the print version. Please visit the website www.cbtarena.com to find out more about this facility.