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  5. 168 Hours: You Have More Time Than You Think Audiobook 168 Hours: You Have More Time Than You Think
  6. Impostor: An Alexander Gregory Thriller (The Alexander Gregory Thrillers Book 1): The Alexander Greg Audiobook Impostor: An Alexander Gregory Thriller (The Alexander Gregory Thrillers Book 1): The Alexander Greg
  7. State of Terror Audiobook State of Terror
  8. The Storyteller: Tales of Life and Music Audiobook The Storyteller: Tales of Life and Music
  9. Humanocracy: Creating Organizations as Amazing as the People Inside Them Audiobook Humanocracy: Creating Organizations as Amazing as the People Inside Them
  10. Bad Boss Audiobook Bad Boss
Respect the Image: Reflecting Human Worth in How We Listen and Talk Audiobook

Respect the Image: Reflecting Human Worth in How We Listen and Talk

Author: Timothy M. Shorey Narrator: Adam Verner Release Date: September 2021

We humans talk a lot, so you'd think we'd be good at communicating with one another. But . . . well, we're not. And the result is hurt, misunderstandings, frustration, division, and sometimes all-out war. Yet whether we're trying to repair a relationship, interact on social media, or understand someone whose beliefs differ from our own, there is hope! The people around us bear God's image. As we learn to treat them accordingly, our communication will become a powerful means of showing God's love to them. Laying out eleven key principles for loving conversation, pastor Tim Shorey guides us to a memorable, scriptural approach to communication that can transform our relationships.

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On the Spectrum: Autism, Faith, and the Gifts of Neurodiversity Audiobook

On the Spectrum: Autism, Faith, and the Gifts of Neurodiversity

Author: Daniel Bowman Jr. Narrator: Adam Verner Release Date: August 2021

Nearly everyone knows someone on the autism spectrum, whether it's a niece or nephew, a student in their classroom, a coworker, or a sibling, spouse, or child. One in fifty-four children have autism, according to the CDC, and autism is reported across racial, ethnic, and socioeconomic groups. Yet most of what people think they know about autism is wrong. On the Spectrum debunks myths with a realistic yet hope-filled deep dive into the heart, mind, and life of a Christian. Daniel Bowman, a novelist, poet, and professor, received an autism diagnosis at age thirty-five after experiencing crises in his personal and professional life. The diagnosis shed light on his experience in a new, life-giving way. In this captivating book, Bowman reveals new insights into autism, relationships, faith, and the gift of neurodiversity. Rather than viewing autism as a deficiency, Bowman teaches listeners-through stories of his heartbreaks and triumphs-authentic ways to love their neighbors as themselves, including their autistic neighbors who are fearfully and wonderfully, if differently, made.

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Digital for Good: Raising Kids to Thrive in an Online World Audiobook

Digital for Good: Raising Kids to Thrive in an Online World

Author: Richard Culatta Narrator: Adam Verner Release Date: July 2021

Technology can be a powerful tool for learning, for solving humanity's toughest problems, and for bringing us closer together. How can we raise healthy kids who know how to take advantage of the good technology can bring to their lives, while avoiding the bad? It's time to start a new conversation. Digital for Good offers a refreshingly positive framework for preparing kids to be successful in a digital world-one that shifts the focus away from what kids shouldn't do and instead encourages them to use technology proactively and productively. EdTech expert Richard Culatta outlines five qualities every young person should develop in order to become a thriving, contributing member of the digital world: - Be balanced: understand when and how much tech use is healthy - Stay informed: be an active and discerning consumer of information online - Be inclusive: consider multiple viewpoints with respect - Be engaged: use tech to improve your relationships and your community - Stay alert: be aware of your actions online and create safe spaces for others Parents and children alike will discover the path to becoming effective digital citizens, all while making our online world a better place.

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Across the Airless Wilds: The Lunar Rover and the Triumph of the Final Moon Landings Audiobook

Across the Airless Wilds: The Lunar Rover and the Triumph of the Final Moon Landings

Author: Earl Swift Narrator: Adam Verner Release Date: July 2021

“Earl Swift lays out this great unsung saga with verve and magisterial sweep.' —Hampton Sides In this 'brilliantly observed' (Newsweek) rediscovery of the final Apollo moon landings, the acclaimed author of Chesapeake Requiem reveals that these extraordinary yet overshadowed missions—distinguished by the use of the revolutionary lunar roving vehicle—deserve to be celebrated as the pinnacle of human adventure and exploration. 8:36 P.M. EST, December 12, 1972: Apollo 17 astronauts Gene Cernan and Jack Schmitt braked to a stop alongside Nansen Crater, keenly aware that they were far, far from home. They had flown nearly a quarter-million miles to the man in the moon’s left eye, landed at its edge, and then driven five miles in to this desolate, boulder-strewn landscape. As they gathered samples, they strode at the outermost edge of mankind’s travels. This place, this moment, marked the extreme of exploration for a species born to wander.  A few feet away sat the machine that made the achievement possible: an electric go-cart that folded like a business letter, weighed less than eighty pounds in the moon’s reduced gravity, and muscled its way up mountains, around craters, and over undulating plains on America’s last three ventures to the lunar surface.  In the decades since, the exploits of the astronauts on those final expeditions have dimmed in the shadow cast by the first moon landing. But Apollo 11 was but a prelude to what came later: while Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin trod a sliver of flat lunar desert smaller than a football field, Apollos 15, 16, and 17 each commanded a mountainous area the size of Manhattan. All told, their crews traveled fifty-six miles, and brought deep science and a far more swashbuckling style of exploration to the moon. And they triumphed for one very American reason: they drove. In this fast-moving history of the rover and the adventures it ignited, Earl Swift puts the reader alongside the men who dreamed of driving on the moon and designed and built the vehicle, troubleshot its flaws, and drove it on the moon’s surface. Finally shining a deserved spotlight on these overlooked characters and the missions they created, Across the Airless Wilds is a celebration of human genius, perseverance, and daring.

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The New Builders: Face to Face With the True Future of Business Audiobook

The New Builders: Face to Face With the True Future of Business

Author: Elizabeth Macbride, Seth Levine Narrator: Adam Verner, Machelle Williams Release Date: July 2021

The New Builders: Face to Face with the True Future of Business delivers a powerful argument for the empowerment and support of our female and BIPOC founders. Today's entrepreneurs don't look like those of the past. They are increasingly Black, brown, female, and older than you might expect them to be. But they're not getting the support they need to succeed in rebuilding America, because our business culture has become so consumed with celebrating size above all else. In this book, the distinguished authors explore the indelible value of small business in America and the future of sustainable business. In The New Builders, you'll learn: Who are the fastest growing groups of entrepreneurs? What are they working on, and what drives them?; the real engine that drove Silicon Valley's entrepreneurs; the depth and extent to which entrepreneurs and small businesses are woven through our country's history and the ways we have forgotten women and people of color who owned small businesses in the past; how we're increasingly afraid to fail; the role small businesses are playing saving the wilderness, small towns, and redlined communities; what we can do to turn the decline in entrepreneurship around, especially by supporting the people who are courageously starting small companies today; and more.

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Failsafe: Living Secure in God's Acceptance Audiobook

Failsafe: Living Secure in God's Acceptance

Author: Kenny Luck Narrator: Adam Verner Release Date: July 2021

A powerful book for men's groups and for personal growth. Failsafe reconnects men to their identity in Christ: made in the image of a loving God and remade as new creations no longer bound to the patterns of this world, thanks to the saving work of Jesus. As this connection with God is strengthened, men are reborn. Their emotional lives realign. Their character, spirituality, and emotional health come back into congruence, and they can face the hard things of the world with bold assurance, knowing that they are no longer slaves to their fear, their pain, or the expectations of others. They belong to the Lord, and he has overcome the world. Veteran men's ministry leader Kenny Luck helps men courageously face their insecurities and unlearn their unhealthy attachments to broken, worldly markers of significance: their jobs, their standing in the community, their physique, etc. Kenny teaches that it is impossible to be spiritually mature when you are emotionally immature and points men to Christ as a model for masculinity and an anchor for their identity. This book is a rallying cry for men to become grounded in Christ so they can be set loose to serve a hurting world.

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Either Way, We'll Be All Right: An Honest Exploration of God in Our Grief Audiobook

Either Way, We'll Be All Right: An Honest Exploration of God in Our Grief

Author: Eric Tonjes Narrator: Adam Verner Release Date: June 2021

Does God have a hope to offer us in times of pain? Can God meet and sustain us even if our circumstances don't improve? One of the few guarantees in life is that we will suffer. Everything around us is broken. Each of us has an expiration date. A few years ago, Eric and his wife, Elizabeth, together with their young children, were confronted with this unavoidable reality when she was faced with a terminal cancer diagnosis. Shattered by grief, they began to wrestle with what it means to follow Jesus when everything around them seemed to be giving way. What this pastor and his wife discovered were a set of truths about God from Scripture that provided the resources they needed to survive―truths too often neglected by the modern world. God meets us in our grief, but not always in ways we expect or even want. Coming from that jumbled place of agony and assurance, Either Way, We'll Be All Right is a journey through the darkness in hopes of discovering light on the other side.

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Grief Connects Us: A Neurosurgeon's Lessons on Love, Loss, and Compassion Audiobook

Grief Connects Us: A Neurosurgeon's Lessons on Love, Loss, and Compassion

Author: Joseph D. Stern Md Narrator: Adam Verner Release Date: May 2021

In his exceptionally thought-provoking and moving memoir, neurosurgeon Joseph D. Stern explores how personal loss influences the way physicians relate to patients and their families. How does a doctor who deals with the death of patients on a regular basis confront his own loss when his beloved sister is living out her last days? Despite a career as a neurosurgeon, Joseph Stern learned more about the nature of illness and death after his younger sister Victoria developed leukemia than his formal medical training ever taught him. Her death broke down the self-protective barriers he had built to perform his job and led to a profound shift in his approach to medicine. During the year of his sister's illness, Dr. Stern developed a greater awareness of the needs of patients and their families; of the burdens they carry; of the importance of connection, communication, and gratitude; and of what it means to ask the right questions.

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Shift Work Audiobook

Shift Work

Author: Brock Bloodworth, H. Claire Taylor Narrator: Adam Verner Release Date: May 2021

A rookie cop in a city of shifters. He may not have fangs or claws… but he’s got a badge.In a precinct jam-packed with paranormal officers, newbie cop Norman Green is pint-sized, nose blind, and relatively hairless. And if being human wasn’t enough of a shot in the foot, his training officer, Heather Valance, can’t stand the sight—or the smell—of him. If he doesn’t win over the short-tempered werewolf soon, his career will be dead on arrival. As Norman follows Officer Valance deeper into the big city’s seedy underbelly, he’s desperate to prove that not all fuzz have to be fuzzy. Almost by accident, the outmatched human uncovers a deep-seated conspiracy at the scene of a gruesome murder. When the pursuit of justice blurs the boundaries between right and wrong, Norman must decide whether exposing the scandal is worth risking his job… and his life. Shift Work is the first book in the edgy Kilhaven Police paranormal cop series. If you like urban fantasy cityscapes, bawdy humor, and unflinching depictions of law enforcement, then you’ll love Brock Bloodworth’s visceral tale. Buy Shift Work to sink your teeth into a bloody, brutally funny police procedural today!

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Hostile Remnants Audiobook

Hostile Remnants

Author: Thorn Osgood Narrator: Adam Verner Release Date: May 2021

Raekon, Sovereign of Organic Earth, is informed of a problem within the barricaded region known as Thistlebriar. He and the assembly members are distraught on hearing of the abuse and killings of people called meeks--revealed by an informer. Raekon decides to send a team of spies to Thistlebriar to investigate. No one peaceful has ever entered Thistlebriar, since its creation more than 400 years ago. Chances of finding a solution to the abuse and killings are completely unknown. Raekon wants to save the meeks from their plight, but maybe it’s too late. Corilan, Raekon’s mother, is changing—losing her abilities. She’s afraid of what is happening to her and sets out to confirm her suspicions. Life on Organic Earth has been peaceful until now. Go with Raekon and Corilan and discover where the School of Ancestral Guidance Saga ends.

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Hinge Moments: Making the Most of Life's Transitions Audiobook

Hinge Moments: Making the Most of Life's Transitions

Author: D. Michael Lindsay Narrator: Adam Verner Release Date: April 2021

In life we have moments in time in which we have an opportunity before us to make a change or to respond to a situation. According to D. Michael Lindsay, president of Gordon College, what follows these instances will depend intrinsically on the decisions we make and the actions we take. These are what he calls 'hinge moments'-opportunities to open (or close) doors to various pathways of our lives. Lindsay maintains that getting these moments right can change our lives for the better, and getting them wrong can pose problems for years to come: 'Some transitions have a disproportionate impact on our happiness, our contribution to society, and our family's well-being.' In this book Lindsay shares faith-based stories of success and failure from his ten-year study of 550 PLATINUM leaders. He has charted seven phases of transition, providing both practical and spiritual insights for making the most of each stage. In uncertain and tumultuous times, there is no better advantage than wisdom gained early.

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Understanding Spiritual Warfare: A Comprehensive Guide Audiobook

Understanding Spiritual Warfare: A Comprehensive Guide

Author: Sam Storms Narrator: Adam Verner Release Date: April 2021

The Bible frequently speaks of Satan and demons, and there is no mistaking the teaching of Scripture on this one point: as there is a kingdom of God, so too is there a kingdom of Satan. And the two are embroiled in open conflict. Yet many Christians today are unaware of this battle and are woefully ill equipped to engage in the work of spiritual warfare. Or they believe Satan and the demonic are part of a worldview that has long since lost its usefulness and cogency. This is the 21st century, for heaven's sake. Sam Storms believes we cannot so easily dispense with the multitude of biblical assertions concerning the reality of Satan and his demonic hordes. The truth is that believers in Jesus are likely to encounter on a daily basis men and women of all ages who are sorely oppressed, tormented, and tempted by demonic powers. How do we respond to these people? Is there help we can offer them? The good news is that Jesus offers deliverance and freedom from the influence of the enemy, and the resultant joy, peace, and spiritual flourishing that comes through the victory of Jesus dying and rising again. Understanding Spiritual Warfare explains the biblical teaching on spiritual warfare and also shares numerous personal accounts of personal victories over the demonic, together with practical guidance on how you, too, can extinguish the 'flaming darts' (Eph. 6:16) of the 'cosmic powers' and 'spiritual forces of evil' (Eph. 6:12) that so often bombard your life. Scattered throughout the pages of this book are real-life testimonies of men and women who have experienced deliverance from demonic oppression and now walk in the joy and freedom of inner spiritual healing, and in the case of some, physical healing as well. Understanding Spiritual Warfare is useful as a reference to address common questions about spiritual warfare, but it also serves as a training manual for a ministry of deliverance and inner healing. It is perfect for any individual or group who wants to grow in their understanding of spiritual warfare today.

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