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The incendiary new thriller from the bestselling author of Remote Control,Crisis Four and Firewall.
You are holding a collection of stories, the aim of this collection is to equip and inspire you to make a positive impact in your own community, through relationships and creative initiatives.
In this material, you will read about Dave and Will who developed gardens on wasteland in inner city London council estates, encouraging residents to be part of the process of renewal and creativity by growing plants and vegetables. Will hosts community harvest feasts, bringing together local residents to eat their own locally-grown produce. Andy in his 20s, started a lunch club for isolated elderly people, rallying his student friends to help serve homemade meals in a borrowed church hall. Pauline responded to a news bulletin about the lack of housing for refugees and asylum seekers, by setting up homes across North London to provide safe housing. Annie set up regular meals in her church building for homeless people and rough sleepers. Mark started a football club for local lads from an estate in London, most of whom were from extremely difficult backgrounds and not in education or employment. Countless others have weeded gardens for families referred by social services, mentored children in foster care and painted a wall in a refuge. Abroad, Mick and Ruby moved into an inner city slum community in the heart of Manilla for 9 years with their young children.
At the heart of City Lights are stories and friendships.
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In a deep window seat, hidden by crimson curtains from the room beyond, a little girl was curled up, looking out upon a trim garden, where the first autumn leaves were falling one September afternoon. The view was bounded by a high wall, and above the wall, the east end of Colchester Cathedral stood up a dark mass against the pale-blue sky. Every now and then a swallow darted past the window, with its forked tail and whitish breast; then there was a twittering and chirping in the nests above, as the swallows talked to each other of their coming flight.
In the Light of God's Grace is a short memoir and inspirational book for parents with special needs children, who seek answers to such questions as, "What have we done wrong?" and "Why our child?"
It's the story of one mother, Leny Grace Acosta, her husband, Christopher, and their only son, Ezekiel, who was born with quadriplegic cerebral palsy. Leny takes readers on her journey from pain to finding treatment for her son's disabilities, combining a medical and hands-on approach, common sense, and fervent prayers.
Leny's tender story includes how God placed her husband in her life, her near-death experience during childbirth that included an unforgettable vision of the "light," her father's encouraging words that brought her back, "Be strong. Your son needs you," and the outpouring of support she received from her church.
Leny shares the sheer joy of her son's physical milestones, one step at a time, emphasizing his accomplishments more than his disabilities, and focusing on his cure rather than any disappointments.
Armed with collective determination and spirit, Leny and Christopher are committed to never giving up, making sacrifices, and setting limitless goals in their quest to provide the best treatment for their fifteen-year old son.
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