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Title The Soldier s Unexpected Family
Author Tanya Agler
Publisher Harlequin
Release 2021-03-01
Category Fiction
Total Pages 368
ISBN 148807450X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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He had a plan… She changed it all!Major Aidan Murphy arrives in the charming small town of Hollydale to take full guardianship of his six-year-old nephew. Only there’s a slight problem—his vivacious, fiery co-guardian. School teacher Natalie Harrison has no intention of letting Aidan take her best friend’s heartbroken little boy away. Now Aidan must convince Natalie that blood is stronger than love…even if his heart tells him otherwise.

Title Digital Youth Innovation and the Unexpected
Author Tara McPherson
Publisher MIT Press
Release 2008
Category Education
Total Pages 259
ISBN 0262134950
Language English, Spanish, and French
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How emergent practices and developments in young people's digital media can result intechnological innovation or lead to unintended learning experiences and unanticipated socialencounters.

Cancer the Unexpected Gift by Dr. J. Patrick Daugherty

Title Cancer the Unexpected Gift
Author Dr. J. Patrick Daugherty
Publisher iUniverse
Release 2010-02-01
Category Self-Help
Total Pages 200
ISBN 9781440187681
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Cancer: The Unexpected Gift is a compilation of stories that profile individuals and families who have taken a frightening medical diagnosis and turned it into a positive gift. Medical oncologist Dr. J. Patrick Daugherty is familiar with many who are living well while living longer. Together with three-time cancer survivor Edie Hand, they share inspiring personal anecdotes from individuals who openly express the doubts, fears, perplexities, and positive reflections they experienced after their cancer diagnoses. Each story is introduced with a summary and concluded with relevant biblical passages that further illustrate lessons learned by patients and their families. Two-year-old Austin was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia, and after more than three years of chemotherapy, he remains in remission. His mother received the gift of living one day at a time. Ken survived metastatic colon cancer before developing prostate cancer which later spread to his bones. He searched for answers and found significance in his life, receiving the gift of service to others. Each of the people profiled in this collection have faced the enemy of cancer and its subsequent suff ering. Together, they share the extraordinary lessons they have learnednot in dying, but in living.

The Unexpected Gift by Irene Hannon

Title The Unexpected Gift
Author Irene Hannon
Publisher Steeple Hill
Release 2011-02-21
Category Fiction
Total Pages 224
ISBN 1459203577
Language English, Spanish, and French
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When city girl Morgan Williams arrived in Seaside, Maine, on Christmas Eve, to claim the cottage she'd inherited, she came face-to-face with the handsomest man she'd ever seen. But looks weren't the only thing that Grant Kincaid had to offer. And when he enlisted Morgan's help to raise money for Good Shepherd Camp for troubled kids, she realized there were more important things in life than expensive cars and fancy clothes. Soon Morgan was yearning for a different life...one that included faith and a strong, steadfast Grant by her side.

Managing the Unexpected by Karl E. Weick

Title Managing the Unexpected
Author Karl E. Weick
Publisher John Wiley & Sons
Release 2015-08-28
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 224
ISBN 111886249X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Improve your company's ability to avoid or manage crises Managing the Unexpected, Third Edition is a thoroughly revised text that offers an updated look at the groundbreaking ideas explored in the first and second editions. Revised to reflect events emblematic of the unique challenges that organizations have faced in recent years, including bank failures, intelligence failures, quality failures, and other organizational misfortunes, often sparked by organizational actions, this critical book focuses on why some organizations are better able to sustain high performance in the face of unanticipated change. High reliability organizations (HROs), including commercial aviation, emergency rooms, aircraft carrier flight operations, and firefighting units, are looked to as models of exceptional organizational preparedness. This essential text explains the development of unexpected events and guides you in improving your organization for more reliable performance. "Expect the unexpected" is a popular mantra for a reason: it's rooted in experience. Since the dawn of civilization, organizations have been rocked by natural disasters, civil unrest, international conflict, and other unexpected crises that impact their ability to function. Understanding how to maintain function when catastrophe strikes is key to keeping your organization afloat. Explore the many different kinds of unexpected events that your organization may face Consider updated case studies and research Discuss how highly reliable organizations are able to maintain control during unexpected events Discover tactics that may bolster your organization's ability to face the unexpected with confidence Managing the Unexpected, Third Edition offers updated, valuable content to professionals who want to strengthen the preparedness of their organizations—and confidently face unexpected challenges.

Unexpected Jesus by Craig Hovey

Title Unexpected Jesus
Author Craig Hovey
Publisher Wipf and Stock Publishers
Release 2012-09-12
Category Religion
Total Pages 172
ISBN 161097879X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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How can Christians live with a surprising God? How can we know and trust God without taming God or reducing God to an idol? Is knowing God the same thing as being open to God? Is God's freedom to act independently of our knowing him actually how we know him most genuinely and deeply? In Unexpected Jesus, Craig Hovey explores in depth the idea that the Christian gospel is a surprising encounter that calls for people to risk living with a God who shows up in unexpected ways. The Gospels often portray Jesus Christ as elusive and difficult to grasp. Hovey helps the reader to "un-expect" Jesus--to preserve Jesus's reality as a surprise rooted in the resurrection. As living and free, the joyous presence of Christ in the world is also unfathomable and uncontainable. Jesus's being free and surprising--unexpected--strengthens Christians' trust in God and helps them to live in God's world.

Unexpected Cables by Heather Zoppetti

Title Unexpected Cables
Author Heather Zoppetti
Publisher Penguin
Release 2015-09-04
Category Crafts & Hobbies
Total Pages 128
ISBN 1620338548
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Take knitted cables from heirloom to vavoom! In Unexpected Cables author Heather Zoppetti has crafted a fresh, modern, flattering collection of 18 knitted garments. She perfectly captures the essence of the iconic knitted cable and makes cabled designs decidedly fashion-forward! The book features 3 chapters: Refined, Lace, and Abstract. • Refined cables explore classic Aran cables using lightweight yarns, twisted stitches, and feminine shapes. • In the Lace section, Heather challenges knitters to marry together these two popular knitting techniques with spectacular results. • The Abstract section focuses on unusual construction, direction, and texture in cabled projects that have edgy, urban feel. Sleek garment shapes, an interesting mix of cables and lace, and unusual construction converge to bring the generations-old tradition of cable knitting squarely into the here and now. Knitters will delight in making these intriguing, accessible creations!

Unexpected Grace by Bill Kramer

Title Unexpected Grace
Author Bill Kramer
Publisher Templeton Foundation Press
Release 2008-03-01
Category Religion
Total Pages 256
ISBN 1599472368
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In Unexpected Grace Bill Kramer offers a rare look into the human side of the world of scientific research. He goes behind the scenes of four scientific investigations on diverse aspects of the study of unlimited love and offers uplifting portraits of human beings struggling to understand and improve the complex issues facing them. He explores the dynamics between the researchers, the subjects they study, and the participants in the studies, and eloquently tells their personal stories. The stories touch on vastly different social and human issues, but all are connected by love.The first is the story of Courtney Cowart, who was part of a group of theologians who met at Trinity Place in lower Manhattan on September 11, 2001, not knowing her experience would become the subject of a study. The story of how the group struggled to survive and the formation of a practical, effective altruistic community is heartrending and inspiring. This is followed by a description of a University of California Santa Cruz psychology department study on the dynamics of friendship and prejudice that completely changed the perceptions of those involved.The third study, from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, focused on the benefits of religion on mental and physical health, which led its researcher to a greater understanding of forgiveness, humility, and grace. The final powerful story is about a physiology of love study conducted in Iowa City. Here, a functional MRI is the vehicle for measuring empathy and brings the researcher to wonder, "Is there a point at which empathy shuts down and we turn away?" Ultimately she comes to recognize that past experiences influences our ability to respond emphatically.Each story candidly unveils the transformations the researchers and their subjects experienced in the course of their work. This illuminating book, with its unique insights, will appeal to educators, researchers, students, study participants, and everyone who wonders what goes on behind the scenes of investigative studies.

The Unexpected Adventure by Lee Strobel

Title The Unexpected Adventure
Author Lee Strobel
Publisher Harper Collins
Release 2009
Category Religion
Total Pages 292
ISBN 0310283922
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Are you missing one of the most exhilarating and rewarding dimensions of the Christian life? Bestselling authors Lee Strobel and Mark Mittelberg use compelling and humorous stories from their own lives in a devotional-style book that paints an irresistible picture of what personal evangelism can be---the fulfilling adventure of a lifetime!

Unexpected Journey by Maha Kallas

Title Unexpected Journey
Author Maha Kallas
Publisher WestBow Press
Release 2014-03
Category Fiction
Total Pages 352
ISBN 1490828257
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Head down the road to Emma's house. You'll quickly get caught up in the vibrant story of her family. Emma always dreamed of escaping her dominant father. She finally left her family to live a life of happiness beyond compare with her handsome husband, the powerful warrior Arthur. But one day, Emma found herself disoriented, as if an earthquake was shaking the ground beneath her feet. The people around her became unrecognizable and everyone turned against her for the crime she had committed--giving birth to twin girls, Alice and Rose. Soon, destiny gave her a second chance at happiness when her twin sons, Albert and Fred, were born. But Emma's life was still a roller coaster, and what if it broke down forever? She realized eventually that trouble is unavoidable while misery is optional. When fate gave Emma the chance to be her own commander, she held the reins of power tightly till the last moment of her life. Even though life's thunder and lightning struck Emma and her family over and over without mercy, she built her own dynasty and trained her sons to be the pillars of it. Meanwhile, Emma's granddaughter Mary--that little baby no one expected would live--succeeded against all odds and grew up to be her grandmother's undeclared treasure.

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