Grace Gumption

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ISBN: UVA:X030251525
Release Date: 2007
Number of pages: 308
Author: Katie Sherrod
Publisher: Texas Christian University Press

Download and read online Grace Gumption in PDF and EPUB The stories of Fort Worth women are told in category's, but women are had pigeon-hole. No women living at the time the book was written ar included, to avoid problems of offended feelings.


Grace Gumption

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ISBN: 0875654304
Release Date: 2011
Number of pages: 227
Author: Marcia Hatfield Daudistel
Publisher: Texas Christian University Press

Download and read online Grace Gumption in PDF and EPUB Grace & Gumption: The Women of El Paso explores women's history in El Paso. From the earliest settlers to modern-day lawyers, journalists, social activists, and entrepreneurs, the women of El Paso influenced the vibrant community that thrives in the shadow of the Franklin Mountains.


Grace Gumption

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ISBN: 0875654010
Release Date: 2010
Number of pages: 294
Author: Katie Sherrod
Publisher:

Download and read online Grace Gumption in PDF and EPUB Grace and Gumption: The Cookbook combines the history of Fort Worth and the city's brilliant, innovative women with their recipes. The cookbook takes a new approach to American culinary studies, recording the lives of Fort Worth women as well as discussing the food that they prepared and ate. While many American women, particularly Anglos, remained within their homes in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, Grace and Gumption tells us about women who set aside those boundaries and spent their energies in works charitable and for profit. This book provides a window into the lives of Fort Worth women that will engage readers and explore an even more intimate aspect of the lives of these outstanding women.


Grace Grit Gumption

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ISBN: 1857925009
Release Date: 2004
Number of pages: 240
Author: Geraint Fielder
Publisher: Christian Focus Publications

Download and read online Grace Grit Gumption in PDF and EPUB John Pugh, railway worker, Seth Joshua, donkey driver, fighter and Frank Joshua, teacher were all converted in the Welsh valleys. Pugh became a dedicated pastor who planted and grew several large churches before becoming involved in the 'Forward Movement'. The Joshua brothers had independently, and with no training, started a venture of their own which saw great growth amongst the English language dominated industrial areas. It became the sort of pilot scheme that Pugh was looking for and they joined forces.The title of the book is taken from Pugh's plan to reach the unchurched industrial wasteland of Splott, next to Cardiff. He advertised the fact that he wanted 'To secure men of GRACE, GRIT AND GUMPTION' for the work.


Mary Allen West

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ISBN: WISC:89106762214
Release Date: 1997
Number of pages: 143
Author: Martin Litvin
Publisher: Not Avail

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Remembering Mattie

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ISBN: 9780865346871
Release Date: 2008
Number of pages: 312
Author: Barbara Russell Chesser
Publisher: Sunstone Press

Download and read online Remembering Mattie in PDF and EPUB "Remembering Mattie: A Pioneer Woman's Legacy of Grit, Gumption, and Grace" is a treasury of true stories, memorable pictures of people and places from the past, and historic legal documents and papers.


Joyful Living

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ISBN: 9780788019043
Release Date: 2002-01-01
Number of pages: 121
Author: Lowell O. Erdahl
Publisher: CSS Publishing

Download and read online Joyful Living in PDF and EPUB Joyful Living provides sixteen weeks of daily readings that focus on the theme of abandoning ourselves and letting go, and letting God as the heart and center of Christian living. Written in clear, simple language without theological jargon, these devotions can be read daily, or since there is a theme for each week, may be read in weekly sections. Joyful Living offers readers a joy-sustaining experience that points the way to more abundant, meaningful living. You'll want to share its insights with everyone -- it's a wonderful gift for graduations, birthdays, weddings, anniversaries, or even just friendship in the faith.


Grace Grit Gumption

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ISBN: OCLC:883860360
Release Date: 1952
Number of pages: 181
Author: John Coburn
Publisher:

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Amazing Grace

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ISBN: 9781625849359
Release Date: 2014-04-22
Number of pages: 160
Author: Nancy Allen
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing

Download and read online Amazing Grace in PDF and EPUB Eleven-year-old Grace Ann Brewer lives a normal life until her father joins the army in 1944 during World War II. When her family moves from Hazard to Ashland, Grace faces challenges entirely new to her--life without her father, fitting in at a new school and living in a new house are only a few. But a closer relationship with her grandmother, her spunky dog Spot and the letters she writes to her father overseas give her the courage she needs and the amazing strength to fight her own battles on the homefront. Author Nancy Kelly Allen tells the triumphant story of Grace's coming of age.


Wild Women of Maryland Grit Gumption in the Free State

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ISBN: 9781626198111
Release Date: 2015-09-21
Number of pages: 144
Author: Lauren R. Silberman
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing

Download and read online Wild Women of Maryland Grit Gumption in the Free State in PDF and EPUB The daring women of Maryland made their mark on history as spies, would-be queens and fiery suffragettes. Sarah Wilson escaped indentured servitude in Frederick by impersonating the queen's sister. In Cumberland, Sallie Pollock smuggled letters for top Confederate officials. Baltimore journalist Marguerite Harrison snuck into Russia to report conditions there after World War I. From famous figures like Harriet Tubman to unsung heroines like "Lady Law" Violet Hill Whyte, author Lauren R. Silberman introduces Maryland's most tenacious and adventurous women.


Days of Sorrow Times of Joy

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ISBN: 9781780882550
Release Date: 2012-08-01
Number of pages: 344
Author: Frances Clemmow
Publisher: Troubador Publishing Ltd

Download and read online Days of Sorrow Times of Joy in PDF and EPUB Days of Sorrow, Times of Joy is the story of the battle against seemingly insurmountable obstacles of death, disease, deprivation, riots and rebellion as told through the letters of the Gillison family. The discovery of a cache of family letters, written between 1859 and 1937, has made it possible to compile this remarkable, evocative and affecting story.Frances Clemmow tells the story of her Scottish grandfather, Dr Thomas Gillison, who went out to China in 1882 as a medical missionary, and of his sister Jane whose life as the wife of a South African doctor was to end in unimaginable tragedy. In some instances there are letters which give first hand accounts of key historical events such as the Boxer and Nationalist revolutions and the 1911 overthrow of the last Emperor in China; and in South Africa, there are first hand accounts of the ill-fated Jameson’s Raid and one of the first battles in the Boer war. At the same time the letters written by the family at home in Edinburgh give a fascinating insight into the social history of the time. Dr Thomas Gillison married Dr Bessie Harris, one of the first generation of female doctors, and during their tireless work at the Union Hospital in Wuhan they faced the ever present threat of disease and the real danger of China’s political instability – such was their commitment to China that, between them, they dedicated over ninety eight years to the Chinese people they loved. Days of Sorrow, Times of Joy tells a fascinating and moving turn-of-the-century tale of the triumph of the human spirit in the face of overwhelming odds.


Side Order of Love

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ISBN: 9781594937279
Release Date: 2009-02-01
Number of pages: 250
Author: Tracey Richardson
Publisher: Bella Books

Download and read online Side Order of Love in PDF and EPUB Every week millions of viewers tune in to watch Grace Wellwood transform basic ingredients into delicious cuisine. Her latest cookbook is flying off bookstore shelves and her trendy Boston restaurant is booked months in advance. She knows how to cook up success, but overlooks the basic ingredients to transform her private life into anything delicious—or even remotely satisfying. Grace is deeply annoyed when a long overdue vacation is interrupted by catering a women's pro golf tournament. Torrie Cannon, the Tour's young hotshot, takes one look at the famous chef and embarks on her usual plan of seduction—hot tonight, gone tomorrow. Torrie's bewitching charms are undeniably enticing. In spite of the sizzle between them, however, Grace is done with fast food relationships. What Grace wants is the one thing that has never been a specialty on Torrie's menu: love. The glamorous worlds of haute cuisine and professional golf collide as Tracey Richardson explores the trust and sacrifice required before two women can choose more than a side order of love.


75 Quid and An Axe George Got Gumption

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ISBN: 9781447786122
Release Date: 2011
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Author: Julia Matthews
Publisher: Lulu.com

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Grace Grit Gumption

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ISBN: OCLC:896644890
Release Date: 1952
Number of pages: 181
Author: John Coburn
Publisher:

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Miss Brenda and the Loveladies

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ISBN: 9780307732187
Release Date: 2014-02-18
Number of pages: 240
Author: Brenda Spahn
Publisher: WaterBrook

Download and read online Miss Brenda and the Loveladies in PDF and EPUB One woman’s fight to provide hope for the hopeless… Seven ex-cons who changed her heart forever… For Brenda Spahn, entrepreneur and businesswoman, wealth was a lifestyle—until a brush with the law threatened to send her to prison. In those dark moments, Brenda made a promise to God. Spared incarceration, a renewed Brenda glimpsed into the lives of women serving time in one of the worst places in America—the Julia Tutwiler Prison for Women in Wetumpka, Alabama. What she saw prompted a God-inspired vision. With a heart to help and a will that couldn’t be crushed, Brenda fought the system and overcame tremendous obstacles to take ex-cons into her own home and help them navigate the alien world of life on the outside. This is the story of Brenda’s journey from rags to riches to redemption. It’s the story of the first unlikely year of her “Whole Way House” and of the extraordinary lives of the first seven women who came to call her “Miss Brenda.” It’s a story that testifies to the power of faith and how God changes hearts every day.