Dr. Patty is a hunka (adopted family member) of the Lakota-Sioux Rosebud Nation. Being adopted into a Native American tribe is an enormous honor and is done only when a person shows they can be trusted and have gained respect. Her work with the tribal nation includes serving as a member of the Board of Trustees for the Lakota Healing Way Center, a 501(c)-3 non-profit organization dedicated to helping people with trauma, addictions, homelessness, illness, and PTSD to rebalance themselves through indigenous Native American spirituality.Like many people, Dr. Patty came to her life calling early but then took a very long, circuitous path back to it later in her life. A fourth-generation Denver native, Dr. Patty lost her much-loved father at age 10 and confronted some of life’s biggest questions and challenges at a very tender age. Naturally creative, she later obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Art Education and Psychology from Western State College in Gunnison, with the goal of becoming an art teacher. That career led to a short stint as a commercial designer, a role she still fills at Mile High Church. Later, she received a Masters of Art in Psychology from the University of Colorado-Boulder and a second masters degree from Naropa University in Counseling and Thanatology (the study of death). Finally, she was bestowed an honorary doctorate degree from the Centers for Spiritual Living, a global community comprised of more than 400 spiritual communities, teaching chapters, study groups and other ministries in 30 countries. These communities teach a New Thought philosophy that offers spiritual tools to transform personal lives. She currently lives with her husband, Luke, and Newfoundland dog, Maggie Rose, in a happy home on top of a mountain.Dr. Patty Luckenbach is an Associate Minister at Mile High Church, one of the largest single location congregations in the country. The church and Dr. Patty’s work there emphasizes inter-faith engagement, environmental stewardship, and nonviolence and human dignity for all. She is also a certified practitioner and instructor of existential metapsychiatry, having served as a Research Associate at the former New York Institute of Metapsychiatry under the guidance and instruction of the renowned Dr. Thomas Hora, M.D. Furthermore, she has received extensive training from Dr. Alan Wolfelt at the Center for Loss & Life Transition, Stephen Levine, an American poet, author, and teacher best known for his work on death and dying, and Elise Hayes around grief and loss, death and dying, and living with HIV/AIDS.
Carol Scutt is a 72-year-old widow who lives in Lafollette, TN on Norris Lake. This is her first book. She has two children, seven grandchildren and lots of nieces and nephews. She is still grieving the loss of her beloved husband with whom she spent nearly 50 years.
In the summer of 1967, two teenagers from completely opposite kinds of upbringing met in Columbia City, Indiana. They both worked at the local Kroger grocery store. She worked as a cashier, and he worked as a night stocker. She was sixteen, and he was seventeen.
This infatuation grew into a love stronger than the worst storms and more passionate than the words of Shakespeare. The first storm they endured as newlyweds was Paul being drafted and sent to Vietnam for fourteen months. Their journey was one of commitment and determination. Their love for each other and for Christ drew them together during all the difficult times. A time did come when they nearly divorced. How they dealt with the hurt and heartache is an inspiring lesson.
Paul was a brilliant businessman and ended his career as a senior vice president with Kroger. That journey wasn’t without its struggles. He made a vow to Carol in the first year of their marriage that he would see that she have everything she ever dreamed or imagined. He kept that vow even on the last day of his life.
Wounded by a painful divorce, life is slowly shifting into mere existence for Bill, a retired teacher in Anchorage, Alaska. Lonely and depressed, he moves into a retirement community to await the inevitable. But it seems that fate has more in store for Bill.
He is convinced that he will never find love again. He is happy to be proven wrong, however, when he meets Gail.
In the summer of 2012, to celebrate their one-year anniversary, they fly to up to the beautiful, calm, blue waters of Katchemak Bay for a romantic weekend getaway in his small plane. But several hundred miles into the trip, above the unforgiving Canadian wilderness, the plane loses power with no landing strip in sight. Now, Bill and Gail wait for another kind of inevitable.
Battered but alive, they must now fight to survive. In the fierce challenges of wilderness life, they grow even closer. Hour by hour, what was once a comfortable relationship flourishes into something much more meaningful. In the face of terror, their bond grows even tighter. And in the wilderness, they will encounter more dangers than Gail is prepared to expect. In Bill, Gail finds her knight, and in Gail, Bill finds his lady. As beautiful as a fresh spring flower, their love finds a way to blossom in the harshest of environments. In their faith, they never lose hope that God will deliver them safely from their challenges.
Leland “Bud” Beamer M.D. is a native of Iowa where he attended Cornell College and the University of Iowa (Carver) School of Medicine. After serving his community of Madras, Oregon for 40 years as a surgeon and family physician, he became Chief Medical Officer in a state prison in Madras. His interest in the early childhood period was intensified while working with the adults in incarceration and understanding their early beginnings.
Ernest B. Lowrie engages in a serious rethinking of the causes of the American Revolution, explaining how Lord Mansfields decisions from his elevation to the Court of Kings Bench in 1756 until his retirement in 1788 gave Great Britain the firepower it needed to attempt to tax its colonies.
Lord Mansfields formal education turned on the Scottish legal system, and as a Scottish Law Lord, it was axiomatic in his opinion that the colonials ought to pay taxes to the imperial government.
After the Boston Tea Party, he decisively shaped the Intolerable Acts. When the British Army defeated the Americans in 1776, he was elevated to the rank of Earl of Mansfield. With the utter defeat of the British at Saratoga in 1777, however, events began to change. Soon France entered the contest, but Lord Mansfield never gave up until King George III was forced to sue for peace.
Get a detailed look at a dark horse of the American Revolution who played a critical role in driving the conflict.
Effective date: 2021-01-01
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Effective Date: January 1, 2021
Information TEPL Collects about You
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Information TEPL Shares
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