Fred Henderson is a bush pilot flying three passengers from Kenora, Ontario, to a fishing lodge on Trout Lake—they are George White, an Anishinaabe fishing guide who works at the lodge; Ruth Denver, the grown daughter of the lodge owners; and Michael Cleveland, an academic from Toronto meeting friends already staying at the lodge. When Henderson’s Cessna 206 is forced to perform an emergency crash landing on an unnamed pothole lake miles from the filed flight plan, the prospect of rescue seems remote, and the four must decide how they will face the many challenges Northern Ontario has in store for them.
This series reprints classic works illustrating the cultural and intellectual life of Scotland during one of its most creative and dynamic periods: the second half of the eighteenth century. It was the age of the mature Scottish Enlightenment, when Scotland, to the surprise of most Europeans, became one of the leading cultural and intellectual centres of the western world. Although the writings of some eighteenth-century Scottish thinkers, such as David Hume and Adam Smith, are widely available, many others are scarce. This series will regularly publish groups of thematically connected titles, most of which have not been reprinted for a century or more, many with specially commissioned new introductions.
In this exhorting work, Jackson plows up the fallow ground of both your private and public service (your worship) to God, to present it in a more acceptable manner through the work of Christ. He outlines and exhorts you and your family in these duties as they are prescribed and regulated by the word of God. He will guide you through proper prayer, reading, worship, meditation, family instruction, the preparation of the Lord's Day, the reception of the sacrament, of hearing the word with profit, of Christian fellowship, and a host of other spiritual duties. Jackson will cause you to consider your degree of proficiency in these things, and direct you to the right course of action according to ...
This manual will improve readers' relationships with friends, family, neighbors, and coworkers--one relationship at a time. The powerful journey takes only four weeks to start building and enjoying healthier interaction.
Leveraging Your Leadership Style is not your typical leadership book! It takes the guesswork out of the equation and sets readers up for greater success with its exclusive BIT (Behavior Individuality Trait) assessment. Readers will discover their unique leadership style and learn how to maximize their strengths in order to get the results they seek. The book identifies four distinct leadership styles: · The Commander · The Coach · The Counselor · The Conductor Authors John Jackson and Lorraine Bosse'-Smith bring forty-plus years of collective business and people experience to this dynamic, fast, yet informative book that will help any people in any position be the leaders God intended them to be.