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In a world gone mad, extremists have warped Islamic teachings and beliefs, triumphed over the good guys, and taken over the world. After destroying all males, apart from their chosen ones, they impose their twisted laws upon the female population. All non-believers have become the property of the victors, to be used however they wish to use them.

Squads of former soldiers, called harvesters, rove the defeated countries, collecting the finest of the females and eliminating those deemed undesirable. Under the harsh control of these new masters, life for the captured women is degrading and often painful.

Caught in this dragnet is Shannon, whose beauty stands out above the others. At auction, she attracts the attention of a powerful man in the new order, and she is dragged into his life of debauchery and worse, and then she becomes part of his nefarious plans to gain more power.
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The secret to leadership and transformation of a group--or of another person--is the quality of the relationship one person has with another. The effective group leader or counselor will be the person who learns how to listen to other people. By studying and employing listening skills, church leaders will engage others more compassionately, allowing them to feel that their needs are being met. These skills can be used with persons who are terminally ill, inactive at church, going through a divorce, in a family with a severely ill person, unemployed, seeking a new church, grieving, traumatized by catastrophe, going through teenage adolescence, in marriage counseling, or leading a ministry team.

John Savage offers eleven specific and teachable listening skills for improving relationships among those who do ministry in small-group settings or when offering counsel to others. The skills are taught through oral exercises and unfailingly helpful examples from actual congregational situations. The skills include paraphrasing, productive questions, perception check, expression of feelings and emotions, fogging, negative inquiry, behavior description, and story listening.

HOW THE PURITANS CAN HELP US WITH THE CHRISTIAN LIFE TODAY by Justin Taylor

How the Puritans Can Help Us with the Christian Life Today. First, Andrew Wilson asked on Twitter, “What are the best Puritan books to read for pastoral help with spiritual & emotional problems. Second, Westminster Bookstore announced a special on a new line of books on Puritans Made Accessible. It struck me that both the question and the offer must seem strange to those who only know of Puritanism through their common caricature, which was concisely captured and widely perpetuated by H. L. Mencken, who said that Puritanism is “the... the Puritan’s utter lack of aesthetic sense,. his distrust of all romantic emotion,. his savage cruelty of attack,. Why would anyone look to such people for helping in godly living or dealing with pastoral problems. Before offering some suggestions, let’s first we know whom we are talking about. When Did the Puritans Flourish. The Puritan period can be identified in different ways based upon different historical definitions, but a commonly identified timeframe for Puritanism would be for the hundred years of so from 1560 to 1659, flourishing in the mid-17th century... The Elizabethan English church of the mid-16th century held to a combination of theology that was Calvinistic, ecclesiology that was Erastian (state primacy over the affairs of the church), and liturgy that was medieval. The so-called “Puritans” (originally a term deriding their desire for “purity”) of England and New England sought to return the church to its Reformational roots and to further reform it to its pure and biblical foundations. What Did the Puritans Emphasize. The Purtians modeled their church reforms after that which had occurred in Switzerland (especially Geneva and Zurich). Communion with the triune God, for his glory alone, is the goal of the Christian life. Sovereign grace is necessary for salvation, given our fallen human nature (generally understood in Augustinian terms). The entire Christian life requires dependence on the Holy Spirit. Scripture is the necessary, authoritative, and sufficient guide for faith and practice. Preaching the Bible should be elevated as the central means of grace. Source: The Log College

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    09/27/16 ,via WYSO

    In his novel "The Savage Apostle," John Kachuba shows readers how the seeds for this conflict had been sown and the events that led up to this outbreak of violence. We are given two different viewpoints of the hostilities as tensions were rising, the

  • The Senate Invited John Stumpf Over For An Impromptu Savage Beating

    09/20/16 ,via DealBreaker

    We all knew that John Stumpf's appearance before the Senate Committee on Banking this morning would not be pretty, but in a bit of a plot twist it turned out to be so, so, SO much worse than we even dared to imagine for the embattled CEO of Wells Fargo.

Recipes

  • Roti John Recipe

    black pepper, eggs, olive oil, garlic, green chilies, baguette, sardines, chilli, onions

  • John Sally's Guacamole

    california, cilantro, lime juice, corn, jalapeno, chipotle sauce, olive oil, red onions

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  • Listening & Caring Skills

    Abingdon Press. 2010. ISBN: 9781426723179,1426723172.

    The secret to leadership and transformation of a group--or of another person--is the quality of the relationship one person has with another. The effective group leader or counselor will be the person who learns how to listen to other people. By studying and employing listening skills, church leaders will engage others more compassionately, allowing them to feel that their needs are being met. These skills can be used with persons who are terminally ill, inactive at church, going through a divorce, in a family with a severely ill person, unemployed, seeking a new church, grieving, traumatized by catastrophe, going through teenage adolescence, in marriage counseling, or leading a ministry team. John Savage offers eleven specific and teachable listening skills for improving relationships among those who do ministry in small-group settings or when offering counsel to others. The skills are taught through oral exercises and unfailingly helpful examples from actual congregational situations. The skills include paraphrasing, productive questions, perception check, expression of feelings and emotions, fogging, negative inquiry, behavior description, and story listening.

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John Savage - IMDb

John Savage, Actor: The Deer Hunter. This American film actor also multitasks as a producer, composer and production manager. He rose to fame in the 1970s, praised ...

John Savage - Wikipedia

John Savage, pseudonimo di John Youngs (Old Bethpage, 25 agosto 1949), è un attore statunitense

SAVAGE - Tudor Place

John Le SAVAGE. Born: ABT 1144, Stainesby, Derbyshire, England. Died: AFT 1208. Father: Geoffrey Le SAVAGE (Sir) Mother: Lettice De ARDERNE. Married: ¿? Children:

John Savage (I) - Filmweb

John Savage - John Savage studiował aktorswo w prestiżowej American Academy of Dramatic Arts w Nowym Jorku. Zanim rozpoczął karierę filmową, brał udział w ...