How would you explain your life to a stranger? When strangers meet today, they often ask not, "What do you do?" but, "What is your story?" Everybody on the planet believes some larger story in order to make sense of the smaller story of his or her life. We want our lives to fit within a larger plot—a plot full of history, forward movement, and future. So, the better question to ask is, "What sort of story are you in?" Most people believe false stories that leave them disillusioned, enslaved, and hopeless. Secular stories of chasing success and religious stories of doing good works leave us feeling exhausted and empty. Only Christianity offers a story that's big enough to make sense of both the beauty and brokenness in our lives and in our world.
As A Watchdog Of Public Interest And The Voice Of The Small Man, It Is The Duty Of The Media To Uphold Democracy By Exposing What Those In Authority May Prefer To Gloss Over Or Hide. But In This Age Of Instant Communication And Twenty-Four-Hour Television, The Focus Is On Breaking The Story As It Happens, With Little Attempt To Interpret And Analyse. In This Context, When Everything Appears Big And Yet Superficial, Has The Big Story Become Defunct Or Is It More Important Than Ever Before? Breaking The Big Story Showcases Great Moments Of Indian Journalism, When Journalists Chose To Lead Rather Than Follow The Mob, To Investigate And Forewarn, To Expose Corruption At The Highest Level, To Int...
"The Bible is packed full of amazing accounts of adventure, excitement, and redemption. A beautiful garden, a great flood, dusty travels through a dry desert, a land flowing with milk and honey, good and bad kings, and a holy baby who came to be the Redeemer. In this fast-paced book, you'll journey from Genesis to Revelation, seeing the many ways God has shown us His love and redemption throughout history!--Cover back.
We are part of an epic story. From Adam and Eve as they walked with God, to the charged anticipation of the Israelites as they prepared to enter the promised land; from the life, death and resurrection of Jesus to the birth of the Church and beyond, God's plan for his people remains constant. 'Life in the big Story' is a call to find our place in God's story. It is a call to hear his heartbeat and let it change our own. Without knowing him, without seeing his heart as it beats on every page from Genesis to Revelation, we will never understand what we are called to be. But when we do, we will catch a glimpse of something bigger than the lives we settle for. We will be drawn to delve deeper into God's Word, discovering for ourselves the joy of knowing the God who calls us his own. As the people of a Holy Lord, we will be challenged to live lives worthy of his name.
THE BIG STORY BIBLE was written to help parents begin a journey of instilling a love for God’s Word in their children. It is a prayerful, careful undertaking to captivate children’s interest in God’s Word. THE BIG STORY BIBLE consists of 32 stories from the Old Testament and 25 stories from the New Testament, including favorites such as: The First Family; David Fights Goliath; Baby Jesus Is Born!; and Jesus Walks on Water. THE BIG STORY BIBLE is presented in a connected and panoramic way that helps children see the “big picture” of God revealing Himself through individuals, families and nations.
Richard Ashley is a journalist who cares about the truth, and he's about to break the greatest story of his career. Italy's ruling clique is rotten to the core. A scandal centred around Vittorio, Duke of Orgagna, points to a web of corruption and deceit emanating from his estate in the south. But Ashley finds that the truth is not all it seems when he falls in love with Orgagna's wife. Everything is more complicated, more passionate, than before-and tainted by death. Suddenly Ashley's greatest story threatens to be his last. 'A gripping tale . . . tense climax.' Evening Standard 'Exciting and disconcerting.' The Glasgow Herald 'Mr West lights his work with the sharp, hard sunlight of Italy . . . his characterisations are superb.' Los Angeles Times
Friends and imagination save the day Goose's friends love the stories he makes up when they're playing. Except one thing - Goose is always the hero. And when they ask to take turns leading the fun, Goose doesn't agree. While they argue about it, no one notices the hungry wolf sneaking up on them until he shouts, "Hello, Lunch!" This real-life danger shows Goose how silly he's been and that his friends make terrific heroes! Always a surefire hit on laps or at storytime, Keiko Kasza's latest shows how imagination can come in handy in an unexpected way.
Never before have the facts of life been presented in such an accessible—or novel—way. Our hero is Willy, a little sperm who lives inside Mr. Browne with 300 million friends. Every day Willy practices for the Great Swimming Race. And when the day arrives, he swims faster than his 300 million friends to win the prize—a marvelous egg. Then something wonderful happens, and eventually Mr. and Mrs. Browne have a baby girl who has the same winning smile as Willy and who grows up to be a great swimmer. Hilariously funny, warm, and endearing, this is a picture book that appeals on different levels to both children and grown-ups. “Fresh, original, and imaginative. . . . Allan’s achievement is in couching fascinating facts within the construct of a gentle, direct narrative. A little knowledge is a wonderful thing, and as the rest of the facts of life fall into place, Allan’s readers will look back on this book with a mixture of fondness and wry amusement.” —The Guardian (UK)
With the nation’s most respected broadcaster now exposed for cheating, The Big Story comes as a timely and highly topical satire on the television industry, where the words 'truth' and 'reality' can have quite different meanings. Written by an insider, it’s scurrilous, witty…and accurate (honest!)