What Would Your Life be Like if Anything Were Possible?
Born without arms or legs, Nick Vujicic overcame his disabilities to live an independent, rich, fulfilling, and “ridiculously good” life while serving as a role model for anyone seeking true happiness. Now an internationally successful motivational speaker, Nick eagerly spreads his central message: the most important goal is to find your life’s purpose and to never give up, despite whatever difficulties or seemingly impossible odds stand in your way.
Nick tells the story of his physical disabilities and the emotional battle he endured while learning to deal with them as a child, teen, and young adult. “For the longest, loneliest time, I wondered if there was anyone on earth like me, and whether there was any purpose to my life other than pain and humiliation.” Nick shares how his faith in God has been his major source of strength, and he explains that once he found a sense of purpose—inspiring others to better their lives and the world around them–he found the confidence to build a rewarding and productive life without limits. Let Nick inspire you to start living your own life without limits.
Includes a Life Without Limits Personal Action Plan to help anyone determine their unique path to a successful life.
Traveling this summer with kids with allergies? Or sending a wee one off to day camp with a peanut allergy or an allergy to insect stings? Don’t forget AllerMates – kid-friendly wristbands, dog tags and lunch bags that remind others about your child’s allergies.
How did I get into writing teen/tween literature? Stories are just as much a part of my life as sleep, food and exercise. As a child, I curled up in the library and escaped into imagined worlds drawn by Chris Van Allsburg. I visited with old friends like Lucy and Aslan, Meg and Calvin, and Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler. The stories I wrote myself were magical in a different way. As my own first reader, I set off into uncharted territory as my words filled the pages. After college, I acted and directed in the theatre—a very collaborative process. When I came home at night, slipping into my own stories recharged me. Perhaps because stories about young people usually involve facing overwhelming challenges and becoming who we’re called to be, these stories became my way of grappling with my own enormous questions. Who am I? What am I meant to. . .
Enjoy the complete Texas Boardinghouse Brides series in one convenient jumbo volume! When his scheming cousins order him three brides, Luke faces bridal mayhem. . .and the woman who betrayed him. Shannon and Leah are stranded in Lookout with two options: find a job or a husband. But with brothers Garret and Mark Corbett around, it’s not as easy as it sounds. Reporter Jacqueline Davis aims to nab her story while jailbird Carly searches for a fresh start. . .but will two men—and love—get in their way?
When costume-maker Ellie Moore suddenly finds herself out of a job in the middle of a bleak Chicago winter, she uses her knowledge of theatrical disguise to secure a position as an undercover operative with the Pinkerton Detective Agency. Her assignment: find the culprit behind the theft of silver shipped from the mines near Pickford, Arizona.
Disguised as Lavinia Stewart, a middle-aged widow, Ellie begins her investigation. Soon she finds she must also pose as the dazzling young Jessie Monroe, whose vivacious personality encourages people to talk.