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Journey To Freedom by Scott Reall

Title Journey to Freedom
Author Scott Reall
Publisher Thomas Nelson Inc
Release Date 2008-05
Category Religion
Total Pages 247
ISBN 9781418535711
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Do you long for change? Are you tired of going through life feeling defeated and stuck? Do you want to discover your potential and realize your purpose in life? If so then Journey to Freedom is for you. This guide helps you to change the things in your life that keep you from fulfilling your purpose. It offers tools along with an inspiring, practical, and hope-filled vision for permanently changing your spirit, mind, and body. Written by Scott Reall--founder of RESTORE, a life-changing ministry of the YMCA.

Journey To Freedom by George Teo

Title Journey to Freedom
Author George Teo
Publisher Xulon Press
Release Date 2013-01-01
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 222
ISBN 1624196500
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Journey to Freedom is a true inspiring story by George Teo. It is about his triumphant journey through the most difficult circumstances in his life. It may make you cry and laugh at the same time, but most of all it will inspire and motivate you to embark on a new life journey, because every day you have a chance to start a new beginning...

Journey To Freedom by Sergei Ovsiannikov

Title Journey to Freedom
Author Sergei Ovsiannikov
Publisher Bloomsbury Publishing
Release Date 2021-02-18
Category Religion
Total Pages 288
ISBN 9781472983916
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Whilst serving in the Soviet army in 1973, Sergei Ovsiannikov was arrested and imprisoned for acts of disobedience under military command. It was while in prison, like Solzhenitsyn and Dostoevsky, that he began to ponder deeper issues and on release trained to be a Russian orthodox priest. This extraordinary but short book is about his search for true freedom. The issues he wrestles with are profound and, like any confrontation with truth, it caused him great anguish and pain. As Ovsiannikov wrote: 'It was in my prison cell that I lost fear. I realised that if they sent me to a labour camp with a long sentence, it did not matter because I was free. Of course subsequently I came to realise that Freedom is not given, you have to take responsibility for it.' It was during this time that he discovered Christianity and decided that this was the real meaning of his life. Later, after a spell as head of the Russian Orthodox community in London, Ovsiannikov lived for the last twenty years of his life in Amsterdam in charge of the Russian Orthodox community. Drawing heavily on Tolstoy, Dostoevsky and Pushkin and translated from the original Russian by celebrated translators Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokhonsky with an introduction by Rowan Williams, this brief spiritual book is a small masterpiece of its kind.

Journey To Freedom by Karen Lee Field

Title Journey to Freedom
Author Karen Lee Field
Publisher Karen Lee Field
Release Date 2019-12-11
Category Fiction
Total Pages 120
ISBN 9780648595915
Language English, Spanish, and French
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When warrior mages try to abduct her son, a woman must trust her past to ensure her son’s future. A scullery maid is sent to retrieve an old book and discovers that some stories are larger than life. The Chosen of Ra envisions the most magnificent monument his people have ever seen, but the disc in the sky threatens to destroy everything. Left for dead by his master, a slave dares to cross magical boundaries to find love and freedom. But what is freedom, and will they be able to find what they are looking for?

Journey To Freedom by Virginia McKenna

Title Journey to Freedom
Author Virginia McKenna
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1997
Category Lion
Total Pages 36
ISBN 1840110260
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Journey To Freedom by Leslie Kenton

Title Journey to Freedom
Author Leslie Kenton
Publisher Thorsons Pub
Release Date 1998
Category Body, Mind & Spirit
Total Pages 351
ISBN 0722537220
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Combining the ancient techniques of shamanism with science and health technology, the author offers a step-by-step 13-week course of "quantum leaps for the soul"--practical tools readers can use to break away from old habits and find personal freedom.

Journey To Freedom by Kent Blansett

Title Journey to Freedom
Author Kent Blansett
Publisher Yale University Press
Release Date 2018-09-25
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 384
ISBN 9780300240412
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The first book-length biography of Richard Oakes, a Red Power activist of the 1960s who was a leader in the Alcatraz takeover and the Red Power Indigenous rights movement A revealing portrait of Richard Oakes, the brilliant, charismatic Native American leader who was instrumental in the takeovers of Alcatraz, Fort Lawton, and Pit River and whose assassination in 1972 galvanized the Trail of Broken Treaties march on Washington, DC. The life of this pivotal Akwesasne Mohawk activist is explored in an important new biography based on extensive archival research and key interviews with activists and family members. Historian Kent Blansett offers a transformative and new perspective on the Red Power movement of the turbulent 1960s and the dynamic figure who helped to organize and champion it, telling the full story of Oakes’s life, his fight for Native American self-determination, and his tragic, untimely death. This invaluable history chronicles the mid-twentieth century rise of Intertribalism, Indian Cities, and a national political awakening that continues to shape Indigenous politics and activism to this day.

Journey To Freedom by Sergei Ovsiannikov

Title Journey to Freedom
Author Sergei Ovsiannikov
Publisher Bloomsbury Continuum
Release Date 2021-04-20
Category Religion
Total Pages 288
ISBN 9781472983909
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Whilst serving in the Soviet army in 1973, Sergei Ovsiannikov was arrested and imprisoned for acts of disobedience under military command. It was while in prison, like Solzhenitsyn and Dostoevsky, that he began to ponder deeper issues and on release trained to be a Russian orthodox priest. This extraordinary but short book is about his search for true freedom. The issues he wrestles with are profound and, like any confrontation with truth, it caused him great anguish and pain. As Ovsiannikov wrote: 'It was in my prison cell that I lost fear. I realised that if they sent me to a labour camp with a long sentence, it did not matter because I was free. Of course subsequently I came to realise that Freedom is not given, you have to take responsibility for it.' It was during this time that he discovered Christianity and decided that this was the real meaning of his life. Later, after a spell as head of the Russian Orthodox community in London, Ovsiannikov lived for the last twenty years of his life in Amsterdam in charge of the Russian Orthodox community. Drawing heavily on Tolstoy, Dostoevsky and Pushkin and translated from the original Russian by celebrated translators Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokhonsky with an introduction by Rowan Williams, this brief spiritual book is a small masterpiece of its kind.

Title Building on the Rock Journey to Freedom Book 1
Author Peter Horrobin
Publisher Chosen Books
Release Date 2019-10-15
Category Religion
Total Pages 272
ISBN 9781493420421
Language English, Spanish, and French
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What is your heart crying out for? Is it healing from despair, anxiety, feelings of unworthiness, anger, chronic illness, or not feeling that there is even a reason to live? This powerful book will take you on a journey of hope and open your eyes to see God at work in your life. In this foundational work, Ellel Ministries founder and international director Peter Horrobin teaches you the basis of faith and helps you learn to walk in deep healing, restoration, and freedom. You will learn how to establish strong faith to prepare you for the marvelous journey God has planned for the rest of your life. Let the pain of your struggles be reshaped into a beautiful story of life transformation by the God who cares zealously for you!

A Journey To Freedom by Franco Imoda

Title A Journey to Freedom
Author Franco Imoda
Publisher Peeters Publishers
Release Date 2000
Category Religion
Total Pages 482
ISBN 9042908947
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Can psychology and religion engage in constructive dialogue ? Has psychology a contribution to make in Christian formation ? These are some of the issues addressed in this volume, marking 25 years of the Institute of Psychology of the Gregorian University. The twenty articles which make up the work offer essential insights into how psychology and religion can meet and interact constructively, at the level of theory and of practice. These insights are presented in the context of an overall Christian anthropology which continues to develop and to further refine its practical applications. The contributions are divided into four sections - theory and method, dialogue between psychology and other disciplines, applications in different cultures, and concrete experiences of applying a psychologically-informed Christian anthropology in the educational setting. The balanced approach presented in this work makes it both a serious instrument of study and a valuable point of reference for the educator. Its constant reference to a Christian conception of the person will help avoid short-sighted pragmatism.

Title The Heart s Journey to Freedom
Author Jade Mazarin
Publisher Xulon Press
Release Date 2010-05-17
Category
Total Pages 160
ISBN 9781609571405
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Journey To Freedom by Gilbert Morris

Title Journey to Freedom
Author Gilbert Morris
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2000
Category Juvenile Fiction
Total Pages 256
ISBN 1581341911
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Chosen by the Maker to do great things, a dreamer and unlikely hero named Chip leads the Whitefoot Mouse army to protect their royal family and defend their homeland against the invasion of domineering Brown Rats.

Journey To Freedom by Herb Rothman

Title Journey to Freedom
Author Herb Rothman
Publisher Archway Publishing
Release Date 2017-05-17
Category Fiction
Total Pages 338
ISBN 9781480845756
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Yehuda Roitmentz is a boy growing up in pre-World War I Germany. His father is one of the few Jewish officers who served in the Kaisers army. His mother and uncle are determined to instill in Yehuda all the knowledge and traditions of his Jewish religion. He grows into an ambitious, well-educated man who takes over his fathers clothing factory and makes it thrive. However, everything changes when the Nazis come to power. Life becomes stressful, difficult, and even dangerous as anti-Semitic laws make earning a living almost impossible for Jews. Yehuda is soon forced to manufacture uniforms for the German army, even as he joins the resistance movement in the hopes of disrupting the Nazis as much as possible. Yehudas resistance earns him a place in a concentration camp, but he is able to flee to Poland. Now, he must find a way for his wife and their baby to travel across Germany to join him. How can one man stand up to the Nazi agendaespecially when the Gestapo has put him on their Most Wanted List? It will take ingenuity, heroism, but most importantly, love to triumph over those who wish him dead and to find the freedom he seeks.

Trailblazers Harriet Tubman by Sandra A. Agard

Title Trailblazers Harriet Tubman
Author Sandra A. Agard
Publisher Random House Books for Young Readers
Release Date 2019
Category Abolitionists
Total Pages 192
ISBN 9780593124079
Language English, Spanish, and French
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"A biography about abolitionist Harriet Tubman--from childhood on a plantation to her work as a nurse and key role in the Underground Railroad."

Journey To Freedom by Courtni Crump Wright

Title Journey to Freedom
Author Courtni Crump Wright
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1994-01
Category Juvenile Fiction
Total Pages 34
ISBN 082341096X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Joshua and his family, runaway slaves from a tobacco plantation in Kentucky, follow the Underground Railroad to freedom.

Crying Freeman by Kazuo Koike

Title Crying Freeman
Author Kazuo Koike
Publisher Viz
Release Date 1995-04
Category Comics & Graphic Novels
Total Pages 168
ISBN 1569310211
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title Great Escapes 2 Journey to Freedom 1838
Author Sherri Winston
Publisher HarperCollins
Release Date 2020-04-28
Category Juvenile Fiction
Total Pages 128
ISBN 9780062860408
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Are you ready for some of the most exciting, death-defying escape stories ever told? Perfect for fans of the I Survived series, the second installment in a brand-new, edge-of-your-seat series based on real events! Winter 1838—Kentucky. Determined to save her toddler son from being sold as a slave, the woman who became known as Eliza Harris trekked through the forest, in the dark of night with wild animals on her heels. Her goal: cross the Ohio River, the boundary between the North and the South, between slavery and freedom. Although the journey would be perilous, Eliza looked out at the treacherous frozen waters and quickly decided she couldn’t let fear stop her, especially when a new life—a free life—waited just on the other side. From reluctant reader to total bookworm, each book in this page-turning series—featuring fascinating bonus content and captivating illustrations—will leave you excited for the next adventure!

Crossing To Freedom by Virginia Frances Schwartz

Title Crossing to Freedom
Author Virginia Frances Schwartz
Publisher Scholastic Canada
Release Date 2013-02-01
Category Juvenile Fiction
Total Pages 240
ISBN 9781443124652
Language English, Spanish, and French
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An inspiring tale of fugitive slave who finds freedom in Canada, but still struggles to find a real home. Eleven-year-old Solomon is a fugitive slave on a dangerous journey north to Canada, and to freedom. His young life has seen many losses: his mother was sold in a slave auction when he was a baby; his father escaped from the plantation and hasn't been seen in five years; and now his grandfather, who has been injured during the last leg of their journey to freedom, and is forced to stay behind.Solomon continues with their group leader, but his feelings of loss and isolation haunt him, as he attempts to forge a new home in Canada. It soon becomes apparent that racial prejudices know no borders, and while Solomon works hard and begins to experience some newfound freedoms, he faces discrimination and segregation and lives with the ongoing fear of being caught by slavecatchers and dragged back to the South. With all of these barriers facing him, Solomon must find the strength - the same strength that brought him north, the same strength that gives him hope of finding his father - to persevere and understand the true meaning of freedom.

Title Journey to Freedom and Beyond
Author Robert Slane
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2006-04
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 316
ISBN 0595675042
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Two soldiers manned each gun. As this action was taking place on the ground, we noticed that every guard tower was being reinforced with an additional occupant and the weather cover that normally protected their machine guns had been removed. Each guard in the tower had also been equipped with a rifle. All weapons were pointed in our direction. It was a chilling, sobering experience. We received word from Col. Goodrich that the "passive resistance" was over. The directive did not require repeating. The German commandant had clearly made his point. The prisoner count and subsequent prisoner counts were conducted in an orderly manner. It wasn't until the first week in April 1944, that we were informed that the majority of the escapees from the North Compound had been captured and that fifty men had been murdered on orders from the German High Command. Many of those shot had been prisoners for several years, having been captured early in the war. This unpredictable action by the Germans was devastating news. There was no easy way to overcome the profound effect the deaths of these men had on their close friends and the rest of the prison population. Realistic and gritty, Journey to Freedom and Beyond delivers a compelling true World War II story that showcases the triumph of the America soldier.