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Looking Through My Father S Eyes

Author: Harvey James Short
Publisher: St. John's, Nfld. : Flanker Press
ISBN: 9781894463096
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Harvey Short: visionary, entrepreneur, family man. His story begins in Hant's Harbour, Trinity Bay, during the Great Depression. Many families experienced trial, hardship, and poverty in the dirty thirties. But the people of outport Newfoundland persevered, through love of family and friends, and strength of will. Moderate financial success was the fruit of Harvey Short's labour in mainland Canada. He travelled the world over in his youth, but Newfoundland is where he found the answer to his prayers. Upon returning to Newfoundland, he gave life to Nu-Way Kitchens, a dream inspired by his outport childhood that travelled with him over the years. Looking Through My Father's Eyes is Harvey Short's autobiography, a rags-to-riches story made possible by his love of his family, Newfoundland, and God.

Visions Through My Father S Eyes

Author: Gladys Franks Bell
ISBN: 9781641335300
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If you want to know how my Father was involved in the 1920 Ocoee, FL Massacre, read this book. His whole life, he held no hatred in his heart and taught us to do the same.

Through My Father S Eyes

Author: Franklin Graham
Publisher: Thomas Nelson
ISBN: 0718015185
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Many have written about Billy Graham, the evangelist. This is the first book about Billy Graham, the father, written from the perspective of a son who knew him best. As a beloved evangelist and a respected man of God, Billy Graham’s stated purpose in life never wavered: to help people find a personal relationship with God through a saving knowledge of Jesus Christ. This was a calling that only increased over time, and Billy embraced it fully throughout his active ministry and beyond. Yet Billy pursued his life’s work, as many men do, amid a similarly significant calling to be a loving husband and father. While most people knew Billy Graham as America’s pastor, Franklin Graham knew him in a different way, as a dad. And while present and future generations will come to their own conclusions about Billy Graham and the legacy that his commitment to Christ has left behind, no one can speak more insightfully or authoritatively on that subject than a son who grew up in the shadow of his father’s life and the examples of his father’s love. This vulnerable book is a look at both Billy Graham the evangelist and Billy Graham the father, and the impact he had on a son who walked in his father’s steps while also becoming his own man, leading ministries around the world, all of it based on the foundational lessons his father taught him. “My father left behind a testimony to God,” says Franklin, “a legacy not buried in a grave but still pointing people to a heaven-bound destiny. The Lord will say to my father, and to all who served Him obediently, ‘Well done, good and faithful servant’ [Matthew 25:21].”

Through My Father S Eyes

Author: Linda Meyerholz
Publisher: Strategic Book Publishing
ISBN: 1612047122
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Time and the way we use it are central to the story and cast of characters in Through My Father's Eyes. Will two weeks be enough time to influence the mind and spirit of a writer who could spend the rest of his life on San Francisco's skid row? Evan Howard is a hard-working alcoholic journalist who has destroyed every connection he has with the human race, and whose career is now collapsing. His addiction has left him deaf and blind to the reality of his family history, particularly to understanding the legacy of his deceased mother. A collision and its crippling aftermath conspire with Evan's friends to teach Evan the greatest lesson of his life. But will this give him inner peace and will he discover how to love again in the process? Time alone will tell the tale as Evan is challenged to heal and become the person others knew he could be. Author Linda Meyerholz is a licensed mental health counselor in Florida. Each character in her book is a composite of people she has known, worked with or observed during 27 years of monitoring recovery programs. She is already working on the sequel to this novel and is eager to discover how writer Evan Howard will behave as he begins life anew, this time sober. Publisher's website: http: //

Friede Mit Gott

Author: Billy Graham
Publisher: SCM Hänssler
ISBN: 3775159177
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Billy Graham geht den Fragen auf den Grund, die sich die gesamte Menschheit stellt: Was ist der Sinn des Lebens? Wie führt man ein erfülltes Leben? Und gibt es wahren Frieden? Kraftvoll und überzeugend schildert er die Probleme, die uns auf der Suche nach Frieden begegnen, und die Lösungen, die Gott für diese Probleme vorgesehen hat. Das Ergebnis steht fest: Friede mit Gott ist das, was wir wirklich brauchen und wonach wir uns sehnen.

Baseball Through My Father S Eyes

Author: Glenn T. Schaefer
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781533167774
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"Baseball through my Father's Eyes" examines the relationship between father and son from early age t-ball through an extensive umpiring career in umpiring. "There was nothing better than tossing around a baseball with my dad in the backyard," noted author Glenn Schaefer. "Baseball kept us close throughout my youth and my adulthood. Dad was a great man and baseball was a huge part of his life."

Through My Father S Eyes

Author: Barry Fischer
ISBN: 9780991073306
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Some survivors never talk about the holocaust. Fortunately, Mayer Fischer did. His story brings to vivid reality what life was like in Poland, the ghetto and the camps, yet this story is told from the perspective of a survivor, not a victim.--Publisher.

Through My Father S Eyes

Author: Henry Ferdinand Shemmer
ISBN: 141349840X
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August 23, 1944 2145 hours, somewhere off the coast of France. Twenty-two-year-old Electrician 1st Class Henry Shemmer, hears the call to general quarters while writing an entry in his diary for another day. Another day when thousands of miles and an ocean still separate him from his loved ones, another day that has exploded in death and destruction, another day that might very well be his last. Aboard the U.S.S. Madison on active duty in the Mediterranean during WWII, Henry is a hero, just like the millions of ordinary men and women who became heroes by answering their nation's call to arms. His contribution to the outcome of the war and the collective survival of 275 others on board depends on his selfless commitment to fight for the common cause and to be there for his buddies. August 23, 1944 Underway all night with the Nevada. Arrived in France at 0530, G.Q. at 0545, and secured at 0715. Picked up submarine contact at 0630, tracked it for about ½ hour. Wasn't sure whether it was fish or a sub, so we just dropped 2 charges. We had a pretty interesting morning. At 0930 I came closer to meeting my maker than I ever did so far this war. The Nevada was bombarding Toulon and they started firing back at her getting pretty close. We immediately started laying a smoke screen to protect her. They damn near got our range because they straddled us almost perfect with a salvo of 3-14 inches. One landed about 35 yards on the port beam, 1 about the same off the fantail, and 1 went over us about the same distance to starboard. The ship just shook and vibrated from bow to stern. The water and smoke from the exploding shells went all over us. If they would have hit, we'd have been blown clear out of the water. I hope that's all the closer they ever get. Nevada ordered us out of range, so we poured on the speed and really got out of there. At 1030 a "Limie" destroyer was hit but not too badly. We started out toward her to render assistance, but she said she could proceed under her own power so we turned back. We were detached from the Nevada at 1100 and was assigned to the French battleship, Lorraine. She is going in close to the beach and fire this afternoon. Closest we've been to Toulon so far. They are having a terrific battle in there at the present writing. The concussions from the artillery and bombs keeps the whole ship shuddering. You can tell I'm a little nervous myself by all the mistakes I'm making writing this. We are now behind the German lines about ¾ of a mile from the beach. The Lorraine started blasting away as soon as we 3 cans laid a smoke screen for her. We were close enough to see German trucks and light tanks in the valley. Our job was to knock out kerosene and ammunition dumps. We knocked out 1 fuel dump and 1 ammunition dump when the Captain received orders from our Squadron Commander on the Juette, Captain Clay, to return to our original task force. Our Captain asked for permission to stay, but they wouldn't give it to us. Boy this crew was really burned up! It was the first chance we had to do something and we had to leave. It was dangerous as hell in there, but plenty exciting. The return fire was light and it felt good to throw it right back at them. We left the Lorraine and returned to the Juette for orders. She wanted us in here to jam bombs off the beachhead tonight. We patrolled in and out of the harbor all night; no air raids. We could have stayed with the Lorraine very easily. This old fogey on the Juette is all screwed up. G.Q. at 2030 and secured at 2145. August 24, 1944 Patrolled around harbor all night. G.Q. at 0545 and secured at 0645. Slept all morning for a change. At 1300 we entered Saint Tropez, site of the first invasion on "D" day, and tied port side to tanker and took on 25,000 gallons of fuel. Just received word that Marseille was captured and Romania joined the Allies. Good news!! Left tanker and Saint Tropez and went alongsi