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Slonim Woods 9: A Memoir Audiobook

Slonim Woods 9: A Memoir

Author: Daniel Barban Levin Narrator: Jay Myers Release Date: September 2021

A stunning firsthand account of the creation of a modern cult under conman Larry Ray and the horrifying costs paid by his young victims: his daughter's college roommates "Chilling . . . eloquent . . . a powerful portrayal of a young man's ability to emerge whole from an experience intended to break him."-Publishers Weekly In September 2010, at the beginning of the academic year at Sarah Lawrence College, a sophomore named Talia Ray asked her roommates if her father could stay with them for a while. No one objected. Her father, Larry Ray, was just released from prison, having spent three years behind bars after a conviction during a bitter custody dispute. Larry Ray arrived at the dorm, a communal house called Slonim Woods 9, and stayed for the whole year. Over the course of innumerable counseling sessions and "family meetings," the intense and forceful Ray convinced his daughter's friends that he alone could help them "achieve clarity." Eventually, Ray and the students moved into a small Manhattan apartment, beginning years of manipulation and abuse, as Ray tightened his control over his young charges through blackmail, extortion, and ritualized humiliation. Daniel Barban Levin was one of the original residents of Slonim Woods 9. Ray coached Daniel through a difficult break-up, slowly drawing him into his web. After two years of escalating psychological, physical, and sexual abuse, Daniel found the strength to escape from Ray's influence and take control of his own life. In April 2019, a New York magazine cover story, "The Stolen Kids of Sarah Lawrence," exposed Ray's crimes to the world. In February 2020, he was finally indicted on charges of extortion, sex trafficking, forced labor, and money laundering. Beginning the moment Daniel set foot on Sarah Lawrence's idyllic campus and spanning the two years he spent in the grip of a megalomaniac, this brave, lyrical, and redemptive memoir reveals how a group of friends were led from campus to a cult without the world even noticing.

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Radiant: Fifty Remarkable Women in Church History Audiobook

Radiant: Fifty Remarkable Women in Church History

Author: Richard Hannula Narrator: Toby J. Sumpter Release Date: September 2021

For the first time, read about the compelling lives of fifty Christian heroines. Radiant records the triumph of the gospel as Christian women faced kings and governors, soldiers and wild beasts, Japanese guards and Muslim raiders, fire, exile, Nazis, cannibals, riots, and more. 'Look to heaven and forsake the world' has been their cry for two thousand years, and in Christ these women became invincible. From South America to Europe, from China to Africa to the Wild West, in prisons and in throne rooms, the Christian heroines of Radiant have left a stunning legacy. These short and moving biographies for young people introduce fifty often unfamiliar champions of the faith: women like Ida Kahn, who opened the first hospital in a Chinese city of 300,000 people; Lady Anne Hamilton, who rode with the Covenanter cavalry at the decisive Battle of Berwick; and Anngrace Taban, who was forced to type secret battle plans for the Sudan People's Liberation Army.

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Mennonite Valley Girl: A Wayward Coming of Age Audiobook

Mennonite Valley Girl: A Wayward Coming of Age

Author: Carla Funk Narrator: Carla Funk Release Date: September 2021

Carla Funk is a teenager with her hands on the church piano keys and her feet edging toward the flames. Coming of age in a remote valley town-a place rich in Mennonites, loggers, and dutiful wives who submit to their husbands-she knows her destiny is to marry, have babies, and join the church ladies' sewing circle. In her world, the body is hidden in shame, the lines between the sexes are strictly drawn, and the wrong thoughts can tip you over into sin. But increasingly, she wants to push the limits: of her family, her religion, and the little town that can't contain her desires for much longer. In poignant and hilarious stories, Funk chronicles her 1980s adolescence in all its awkward glory: from summer Bible camp to forbidden school dances, from questionable makeovers to hair-raising pranks. Through it all runs the longing to make her life into a new and different story, as she asks the questions we all must face about where we come from and who we want to be. At once an affectionate coming-of-age tale and a contemplation on meaning, morality, and destiny, Mennonite Valley Girl is about the places we all long to escape-even if they are the same places that define us.

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The Simple Faith of Mister Rogers: Spiritual Insights from the World's Most Beloved Neighbor Audiobook

The Simple Faith of Mister Rogers: Spiritual Insights from the World's Most Beloved Neighbor

Author: Amy Hollingsworth Narrator: Amy Hollingsworth Release Date: September 2021

Celebrate the release of A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood starring Tom Hanks with an inside look on Mr. Rogers' spiritual legacy. It shows us a man who, to paraphrase the words of St. Francis of Assisi, 'preached the gospel at all times; when necessary he used words.' Tom Brokaw of NBC Nightly News once said of the American icon Fred Rogers, 'Mister Rogers was an ordained minister, but he never talked about God on his program. He didn't need to.' Eight years before his death, Fred Rogers met author, educator, and speaker Amy Hollingsworth. What started as a television interview turned into a wonderful friendship spanning dozens of letters detailing the driving force behind this gentle man of extraordinary influence. Educator? Philosopher? Psychologist? Minister? Here is an intimate portrait of the real Mister Rogers. The Simple Faith of Mr. Rogers focuses on Mr. Rogers' spiritual legacy, but it is much more than that. It shows us a man who, to paraphrase the words of St. Francis of Assisi, 'preached the gospel at all times; when necessary he used words.'

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Take Back Your Time Audiobook

Take Back Your Time

Author: Christy Wright Narrator: Christy Wright Release Date: September 2021

It's not about doing more. IT'S ABOUT DOING WHAT MATTERS. As a busy mom with three young kids and a career, #1 national bestselling author Christy Wright knows what it's like to try to do it all and be stretched too thin. After years of running on empty, she realized she had to do something different. It wasn't just a matter of saying no to a few things. She had to figure out why she felt overwhelmed, overcommitted, and out of balance. Here's what she discovered: Life balance isn't something you do. It's something you feel. The great news is you can feel balanced - even in your busy life. In Take Back Your Time, Christy redefines what balance is and reveals the clear path to actually achieve it. You'll learn how to: Identify what balance looks like in your unique situation and season.Find confidence in the choices that are right for you.Feel peace even during chaotic times.Learn how to be present for your life and actually enjoy it!You weren't created to live busy and burnt out, unhappy and unfulfilled. You shouldn't be haunted by some elusive idea of balancing it all. There's more for you right now. Today. And it starts with taking back your time the guilt-free way.

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At Your Best: How to Get Time, Energy, and Priorities Working in Your Favor Audiobook

At Your Best: How to Get Time, Energy, and Priorities Working in Your Favor

Author: Carey Nieuwhof Narrator: Carey Nieuwhof Release Date: September 2021

"A perceptive and practical book about why our calendars so rarely reflect our priorities and what we can do to regain control."-ADAM GRANT   "Carey's book will help you reorganize your life. And then you can share a copy with someone you care about."-SETH GODIN You deserve to stop living at an unsustainable pace. An influential podcaster and thought leader shows you how. Overwhelmed. Overcommitted. Overworked. That's the false script an inordinate number of people adopt to be successful. Does this sound familiar:   ● Slammed is normal. ● Distractions are everywhere.  ● Life gets reduced to going through the motions.   Tired of living that way? At Your Best gives you the strategies you need to win at work and at home by living in a way today that will help you thrive tomorrow.   Influential podcast host and thought leader Carey Nieuwhof understands the challenges of constant pressure. After a season of burnout almost took him out, he discovered how to get time, energy, and priorities working in his favor. This approach freed up more than one thousand productive hours a year for him and can do the same for you.   At Your Best will help you ● replace chronic exhaustion with deep productivity ● break the pattern of overpromising and never accomplishing enough ● clarify what matters most by restructuring your day ● master the art of saying no, without losing friends or influence ● discover why vacations and sabbaticals don't really solve your problems ● develop a personalized plan to recapture each day so you can break free from the trap of endless to-dos Start thriving at work and at home as you discover how to be at your best.

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Money, Debt, and Finances: Critical Questions and Answers Audiobook

Money, Debt, and Finances: Critical Questions and Answers

Author: Jim Newheiser Narrator: Jim Denison Release Date: September 2021

In an accessible Q&A format, biblical counselor and former financial consultant Jim Newheiser presents financial wisdom that is grounded in faithful biblical exegesis and rooted in sound theology. How can you create and balance a budget? How can you get out of debt? What insurance do you need? He answers these questions and more, providing a go-to resource for laypeople and those who counsel them.

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We'll Laugh About This (Someday): Essays on Taking Life a Smidge Too Seriously Audiobook

We'll Laugh About This (Someday): Essays on Taking Life a Smidge Too Seriously

Author: Anna Lind Thomas Narrator: Anna Thomas Release Date: September 2021

A hilarious argument in favor of taking life a smidge less seriously Popular humor writer Anna Lind Thomas had an epiphany after her essay about a humiliating fart went mega-viral: Everything's funny . . .eventually. You'll cry-laugh your way through the many grave offenses she's endured, like - not getting credit for Lady Gaga's career, - an epic financial crisis, - and exercising while her children dole out biting critiques about her dimpled thighs. Anna's wit, charm, and painful relatability will encourage you to remember that your most humiliating moment may be the best thing to ever happen to you-or at the very least, it'll make for a really good story. "A hilarious, heartwarming trip." -Bunmi Laditan, bestselling author of Confessions of a Domestic Failure and humorist behind The Honest Toddler "I couldn't put this down." -Tiffany Jenkins, bestselling author of High Achiever and humorist behind Juggling the Jenkins "Deep, bowel-loosening laughs, along with a side dish of humanity and understanding." -Johanna Stein, author of How Not to Calm a Child on a Plane and award-winning television writer and producer "Full of humor and heart." -Cindy Chupack, New York Times bestselling author and Emmy-winning writer/producer of Sex and the City, Modern Family, Otherhood, and more

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Marriage Ain't for Punks: A No-Nonsense Guide to Building a Lasting Relationship Audiobook

Marriage Ain't for Punks: A No-Nonsense Guide to Building a Lasting Relationship

Author: Calvin Roberson Narrator: Calvin Roberson Release Date: September 2021

Marriage is a bond that requires hard work from two people in order to find happiness-find all the tips and tools to a happily-ever-after using the guidance of a trusted relationship expert.  ​  Beloved marriage counselor Pastor Cal Roberson captivates millions of viewers with his eccentric personality and unabashed yet effective marriage advice-and Marriage Ain't for Punks is no different.   This book is a relationship gamechanger. It's a straightforward and unapologetic dive into why people fail or struggle at one of the most popular and sought-after unions in society. But this is more than a book about marriage-it's a book about how to manage life with another person. The principles and methods Roberson provides are not theoretical or hearsay but tested and proven. The book will methodically probe into the hearts of readers and force them to confront themselves and be accountable for their own emotions and actions.   Even though some marriages look like a hot mess, transparency, honesty, and downright fearlessness are the traits that make a great marriage. A great marriage is about refusing to allow pettiness to destroy the loving connection couples share. These people are not weaklings. They are not quitters. They know that Marriage Ain't for Punks!

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Battle Cry: Waging and Winning the War Within Audiobook

Battle Cry: Waging and Winning the War Within

Author: Jason Wilson Narrator: Jason Wilson Release Date: September 2021

Read by the author. Countering a culture that coerces men to suppress instead of express, Jason Wilson calls us to unlearn society's definition of masculinity and discover the power of engaging with and mastering their emotions. For decades Jason Wilson was losing the war within-the internal battle that many men wage daily but were never taught how to win. As a result, he could not combat his toxic thoughts and emotions. Instead, he was conquered by them and communicated without composure-hurting those he loved and himself. This went on until he renewed his mind by releasing years of past trauma. His life and relationships were transformed when he learned how to master his emotions and express them with self-control. In the process, Jason became a better husband, father, and leader. In Battle Cry, Jason equips you with the mental and spiritual weapons needed to wage and win your inner war by showing you how to - master your emotions rather than be ruled by them; - win internal battles before they become external wars; - reject the world's definition of masculinity and embrace comprehensive manhood; - communicate more effectively with the people in your life; and - release trauma from your past so you can live fully to your potential in the present. You can live beyond the limitations of your mind and finally experience the life you've always longed for. You can break through what you've been through. It's time to win the war within!

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Redeeming Heartache: How Past Suffering Reveals Our True Calling Audiobook

Redeeming Heartache: How Past Suffering Reveals Our True Calling

Author: Cathy Loerzel, Dan B. Allender Pllc Narrator: Bill Russell, Candace Kirkpatrick Release Date: September 2021

Find freedom and healing from painful memories and relational struggles and learn how your past has uniquely prepared you to experience more joy. Tragedy and pain inevitably touch our lives in some way. We long to feel whole, but more often than not, the way we've learned to deal with our wounds pushes us away from the very restoration we need most. Renowned psychologist Dr. Dan Allender and counselor and teacher Cathy Loerzel present a life-changing process of true connection and healing with ourselves, God, and others. With a clear, biblically trustworthy method, Allender and Loerzel walk you through a journey of profound inner transformation--from the shame and hurt of old emotional wounds to true freedom and healing. Drawn from modern research and their pioneering work at The Allender Center, they will help you identify your core trauma in one of the three outcast archetypes--the widow, orphan, or stranger--and chart your path of growth into the God-given roles of priest, prophet, or leader. This book will help you learn: - What to do about feeling out-of-place and directionless - How your coping mechanisms create a false sense of health - How to embrace your divine calling and find lasting reconciliation - How your heart wounds are your unique invitation to true strength and purpose. Your past pain does not dictate your life. Answer the call to healing and discover your life's beautiful story and a future of hope and freedom. Application questions are available in the audiobook companion PDF download.

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Over It: Forgetting Who You're Expected to be and Becoming Who You Already Are Audiobook

Over It: Forgetting Who You're Expected to be and Becoming Who You Already Are

Author: Kelsey Grimm Narrator: Kelsey Grimm Release Date: September 2021

A beloved musician shares her heart-wrenching story about how an abusive relationship helped her realize the importance of gaining freedom, letting go of expectations, and embracing the beautiful reality of who you already are.  Unspoken expectations surround us. In culture, in the church, and in general. If they weren't pushed on you as a child, you're now scrolling through them as an adult. You should look like this, talk like that, dress like them. Own a house that looks like Joanna Gaines just decorated. Be as fit as your favorite Instagram mom, who somehow works out on her Peloton while balancing a newborn on one hip and her side hustle on the other. And, by the way, are you really in counseling this early in your marriage? The expectations surrounding us, particularly women, are ridiculous. What if we didn't try to fulfill them and instead started believing the promises Jesus fulfilled? What if we didn't cave to the expectation to look and behave how people want us to, and started looking at ourselves the way God sees us? What if we didn't do everything the way we've always been told it has to be done, and started walking in bold, audacious faith? In Over It, Kelsey Taylor Grimm doesn't show her best and hide the rest. Through the transparent telling of her own story, from an extensive, sexually and emotionally abusive relationship, to her ascension in the music industry, she invites you into her living room to talk through the ridiculous expectations of who you're supposed to be, and encourages the reader to embrace the beautiful realities of who you already are. 

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