(Remember those long summer Sabbath afternoons when the su...)
Remember those long summer Sabbath afternoons when the sun seemed nailed to the sky? Your children were soon climbing the walls from inactivity, and you had run out of ideas for things for them to do things that not only would keep them occupied but are worth doing and were enjoyable besides. Here is the book that willkeep such days from happening again. Born out of desire to make Sabbath enjoyable for the author's own family, this book offers practical suggestions for things that will involve both adult and child an turn the day into a delight. Each idea can be adapted to fit your needs and situations. Many of the concepts come form successful Adventist families who have experienced the Sabbath as a truly happy family day. Here's to wonderful Sabbaths. Book Specs Paper Back Publisher: Review & Herald Publishing Association Printed: 1983 Pages: 32 Table of Contents none.
(Sammy and the other Shoebox Kids learn about helping othe...)
Sammy and the other Shoebox Kids learn about helping others as they search for a missing painting from the Mill Valley Art Museum.
(When Willie, confined to a wheelchair, receives coded mes...)
When Willie, confined to a wheelchair, receives coded messages signed "G.O.D." on his computer, he needs the help of the other Shoebox Kids, as well as prayer, to identify the writer and find Willie's missing dog.
(A three-day rafting trip down the Rattlesnake River becom...)
A three-day rafting trip down the Rattlesnake River becomes the arena for a fight between Maria and her brother Chris. Maria is sure Chris has told their dad something that will get her in big trouble when she gets home. But what is it? And why do all the other Shoebox Kids seem to be in on it? The Rattlesnake River Adventure finds the Shoebox Kids trying to keep Chris and Maria talking to each other while protecting a big secret. In the meantime, they hear the legend of Bonzo the bear, meet the mysterious "mountain man "who was watching them from the shadows, and learn about holding grudges and the power of forgiveness. -- Teaches kids about holding grudges and forgiveness. -- Each book in The Shoebox Kids series teaches kids how being a Christian affects the way they act and think. -- Ideal for beginning readers. -- The mystery/adventure story will keep kids readings -- Number 11 in the Shoebox Kids series.
(What will life be like when "normal" is just a word? *Whe...)
What will life be like when "normal" is just a word? *When the once-protected Constitution of the United States is trashed with the Bill of Rights, the first casualty? *When an unprecedented barrage of natural disasters force world governments to unite and seek a religious solution that disregards the law of God? *When the denomination you grew up in is declared a "dead religion" by the government and forced to shut down its operations? *What will life be like when the world goes insane? When the end comes? If Tomorrow Comes is the story of five people--a family--who find out. What they discover and experience may be what many who read this book experience in just a little while. Certain events described in these pages are as real as this morning's newspaper--events described with deadly accuracy in ancient Bible prophecies that predict tomorrow's headlines. Will tomorrow come? How many tomorrows does humanity have left? Only God knows. But those who know and love him don't have to worry. Their tomorrows and forever are in His hands.
(“Be sober, be vigilant; because your adversary the devil,...)
“Be sober, be vigilant; because your adversary the devil, as a roaring lion, walketh about, seeking whom he may devour.” 1 Peter 5:8 It’s been ten years since Harris Borden went to prison for a crime he didn’t commit. And journalist Michelle Kinkaid considers him dead, just as the FBI does. That is, until Special Agent In Charge Roy Bassett enlists her help in finding the still-alive Borden, at the same time that Borden’s wife Katya, now hiding in Europe and sought by the FBI and the evil Universal Corporation, seeks her help in finding him as well. Meanwhile, college student D.J. Washington gets caught up in the music industry, only to find that the girl of his dreams and a chance at fame and fortune don’t add up to doing God’s will. Is the mysterious, incredibly frightening pop star Tori Ash just a spoiled superstar, or someone, or something, more? Will Harris and Katya find each other before Bassett finds them both? Which side will Kinkaid choose to help? And who is this mysterious group of street champions called The Heretics? In this second installment of The Champion Trilogy, readers will once again be challenged to consider what surrendering to God’s will can truly mean.
(One family’s ordeal becomes a journey of faith. “Lord, gi...)
One family’s ordeal becomes a journey of faith. “Lord, give Matt a road-to-Damascus experience, so he will come to know you.” This was the sincere prayer that Glen Robinson uttered on behalf of his son Matt – a young man whose life seemed to be heading in the wrong direction, away from the values he learned while growing up. Then came the phone call that is every parent’s worst nightmare. “Matt’s been in a terrible accident!” A high-speed collision on a Texas highway left Matt battered, bleeding, and unconscious. Devastated, Matt’s parents and sister struggled to grasp the doctor’s grim diagnosis: traumatic brain injury. None of the prospects looked good. Matt could die. What if Matt awoke but could never speak again or function mentally? Would their once healthy, intelligent son have to live with them as an invalid the rest of his life? Word of Matt’s accident quickly spread…and with it, a prayer chain that stretched across the miles. Glen’s own prayers were now a desperate plea for healing. But his greatest struggle was to let go and leave Matt in the Lord’s hands. Could this hurting father say, “Thy will be done” – and really mean it? The life lessons in this true drama leap from the pages in stunning clarity. What the Robinsons learned about prayer, themselves, and the mysteries of Providence will give you courage to face your greatest trials and to hope in God’s sustaining grace.
(Some say the book was written by the wisest man who ever ...)
Some say the book was written by the wisest man who ever lived. Some say it is a collection of all the mystical knowledge of the ancient world, including the power to summon and control demons. And some say that it’s a myth. Linguist Dr. Madelyn Simms is asked by the Smithie & Sloane Archeological Foundation to find out if the mythical Key of Solomon actually exists when she travels to Egypt to translate a manuscript recovered from the original Library of Alexandria. Those who believe want the Key badly, enough to put her life in danger. At the same time, investigative reporter Ezra Huddleston, the special man in her life, is going places and doing things he shouldn’t. Such as investigating why college girls are disappearing in Austin and snooping around a mansion that has a lot to do with witchcraft. Could there be a tie between Egypt and Texas? And why do the hunting trophies on the wall keep looking at him? Did one of them just move? The Key of Solomon is more than a book about translating 2,000-year-old manuscripts in the middle of a religious war. It’s more than a book about witchcraft. It’s about the power of God and how we underestimate God’s power and His willingness to work miracles in our lives.
Robinson graduated from Pacific Union College in 1975 and obtained his Master of Arts degree from California State University in 1988.
He also received his doctorate in 2004.
Robinson started his career, working as a newspaper editor in 1975. Five years later he continued his career but in hospital public relations. Since 1988, he has been working as an editor for Pacific Press in Nampa. During that period he also started his career as a writer.
Now Robinson works as a university professor at Southwestern Adventist University and a freelance writer.
(What will life be like when "normal" is just a word? *Whe...)2012
(Remember those long summer Sabbath afternoons when the su...)1983
(Sammy and the other Shoebox Kids learn about helping othe...)1995
(“Be sober, be vigilant; because your adversary the devil,...)2013
(A three-day rafting trip down the Rattlesnake River becom...)1997
(When Willie, confined to a wheelchair, receives coded mes...)1995
(Some say the book was written by the wisest man who ever ...)2017
(One family’s ordeal becomes a journey of faith. “Lord, gi...)2015
Robinson married Michaela L. “Shelly” Scheffer on August 24, 1975. The couple has 2 children: Matthew and Melissa.