Author: Holly Simon
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Holly Simon is a woman of individuality, authenticity, and determination. Married to a Chicago cop, and a fiercely loyal mother, Simon's life was on a comfortable trajectory. Then, her fifth baby, Nate, was born with Down Syndrome. Things could have changed with a simple "Congratulations." Instead, the medical staff made the mistake of saying, "I'm sorry." Since the day Nate arrived, Simon has been working to change the world's "sorries" to "congratulations," advocating for all people who have special needs. As founder and executive director of the I Am Who I Am Foundation, Simon has touched thousands of lives with the simple message of acceptance through awareness. It hasn't always been easy. The challenges of raising a child with special needs and facing her own serious health issues taught Simon how to be the change she wanted to see. By sharing her story in "I Am Who I Am," she invites readers to make important changes in their own lives. Read. Be inspired. Write yourself a new life story
Author: Bruno Hachler
Publisher: NorthSouth Books
Category: Juvenile Fiction
We’re all different: short and tall, fat and thin, big and small. And we’re all the same: two feet, ten toes, two eyes, two ears, one mouth, one nose. We smile, we frown, we laugh, we cry, we sing, we dance—so who am I? Young children will love this romping, rollicking, joyful book celebrating our diversity and our individuality.
No One Can Change Who I Am
Author: Millicent Robinson
Category: Juvenile Fiction
I Am Who I Am is about children living in a world full of changes. Many things are likely to change, including our ways, behaviours and attitudes. But one thing you cannot change is you. You are who you are, and no one can change who you are!
Who Jesus Is Changes Who I Am, What Jesus Does Changes What I Am to Do
Author: Gregg Matte
Publisher: Gospel Light Publications
Living the Christian life is not easy, especially in today’s culture. To be who and do what God commands, Christians need to recapture the miraculous. Unfortunately, miracles have been left either with cable TV faith healers or tour guides in the Holy Land. That has to change, because it’s by seeing what God does that we discover who He is. And knowing who He is and what He does will change who we are and what we do. Pastor Gregg Matte believes that the seven “I AM” statements and the seven miracles recorded in the Gospel of John can give believers a framework for living God’s will. In I AM Changes Who i Am, readers will explore what Jesus says and does and find out what that means for their walk with Him.
An Autobiography of God
Author: Rev. Thomas O’Donnell
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Said God to Moses, "I am who I am." Ever since, questions about God abound. Who, what, where, when, why? Even, how many? In the Christian faith tradition, what about all that "trinitarian" stuff the Father, the Son, the Holy Sprit? Is it one God? Three Gods? What's up? I AM WHO I AM is God's answer to all these questions and more. For the first time ever, God speaks out. The God of the Holy Spirit, the immanent God inside, speaks out! And all is good. I AM WHO I AM is God's answer to all these questions and more. For the first time ever, God speaks out. By overthrowing the hierarchical Trinity (with the Father enjoying a view from the top and the Holy Spirit bringing up the rear) and by replacing it with a circular Trinity having no beginning and no end, for the first time ever, God is free to speak God's mind. The God of the Holy Spirit, the immanent God inside, speaks out! And all is good. The book is divided into six Parts (as we all know, on the seventh, God rests). After a general introduction in Part I, Parts II IV are devoted to each persona of the Trinity offering thoughts on anything and everything: on Creation and the Creative Process; on the "mind of God;" on the need for an "extreme make-over" when it comes to God and the Holy Trinity in contemporary society; on the universality of the story of Jesus; and so much more. Speaking to the reader in no-nonsense, user-friendly terms, Part V addresses such theological topics as "The Prayer of the Preyer," "S.I.N.," Satan, Heaven, Hell, and everything in between. The final part, the Epilogue, is a return of that talking donkey out of the Book of Number's, Balaam's Donkey, reporting from the parade route of Jesus into Jerusalem. It is something that no one should miss. Finally, an autobiography of God as seen through the lens of God! Finally, the God of the Holy Spirit gets his/her say! And all is good. (I AM WHO I AM is the first of three autobiographies featuring God, Satan, and Jesus, respectively. Stay tuned for Satan's personal story in E-MAILS FROM THE UNDERWORLD and for I AM THE WORD: AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF JESUS.)
Author: Tommy J. Chatman
Publisher: Tate Publishing
In order to know who you are, you must first know whose you are. In I Am Who I Am Because, Reverend Tommy J. Chatman illustrates what it takes to live a life that is God-fearing, joyous, loving, peaceful, prosperous, and addresses the issues that eventually cause downfalls in our lives. It's not how long you live, but how you live your life that matters most. Know the foundation by which you stand. Know the purpose for your creation. Live your life so God can use you. I Am Who I Am Because is full of inspirational points to better your life now and eternal.
Author: Rebecca Harrop
Publisher: Bright Sky Books
Meditations on life written from God's perspective. This book provides moving, humorous and engaging words-of-wisdom for modern-day thinkers and seeks to answer some of life's biggest questions. With spiritual quotations and stunning photography throughout, this is a thought-provoking and inspirational book for all.
Speaking Out about Multiracial Identity
Author: Kathlyn Gay
Publisher: Franklin Watts
Category: Cultural pluralism.
This book looks at the development and function of racial categories in the United States and also considers the crucial role of heritage in the development of a person's sense of identity. Above all, many biracial and multiracial people speak out in this book about why the acknowledge of racial ancestry is so important, and they raise issues that are becoming more and more relevant to the changing face of America.
Unraveling the Mystery of God
Author: Binu Edathumparambil
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
The mystery of God has fascinated people of all generations. Based on what has been revealed, people have tried to define, describe, and depict him in the way they deemed fit. But he has proved himself to be bigger than all human classifications. He continues to reveal himself to us in ways that we sometimes least expect. He becomes so small that we can understand and experience him according to who we are and what capacity we have. But he is so big that he is beyond all our imaginations and fantasies. Author Binu Edathumparambil considers God as an inevitable component in the triangular model of life that he suggests for our lives. A healthy and happy life, according to Edathumparambil, is one that is lived in communion with God and others. This book specifically focuses on the mystery of God and his place in the triangular model of life. It is about what our forefathers experienced in the past and what we experience today. It is also about how our understandings and experiences of God shape our lives as individuals and communities.
Author: Amy Hewitt,Susan O'Nell,Yolande Bestgen
Category: Mental retardation
I Am Who I Am
Author: Anne Margit Ahokangas
Publisher: Balboa Press
The story of Velvet is inspired by a real-life mammoth donkey who guards Twisted Pine Farm. Join Velvet as she learns about life, discovering herself and her place in the world.
God's Words to His Beloved
Author: D. J. Mercado
Publisher: Tate Pub & Enterprises Llc
Has God ever spoken to you? Has He spoken so clearly that there was no doubt in your mind that it was Him? If He has, then you know that when God speaks, lives change. His Words are never frivolous, empty, or pointless. They are always precise, powerful, and life transforming. Every person goes on a unique spiritual journey in life. God tugs at people's hearts, drawing them to Himself. However, many are enticed and led astray from ever finding the true and living God. They go everywhere on their journey but to where God is actually found: His Word and His throne room.I Am Who I Am — God's Words to His Belovedaims to guide you to both. Using only the Scriptures,I Am Who I Amis written as if God is speaking personally to you. Through sixty daily readings, God will reveal Himself to you by His names. You will learn His character and come to know His feelings, desires, and plans for you. Whether you are just beginning your spiritual journey or you have been on it for many years, this devotional will drive you to your knees and lift your spirit as you come face to face with the great I AM.
Sacredly Accepting My Body Temple
Author: J. Alison Hilber
Publisher: Balboa Press
Sacred Acceptance of my body temple! What does that mean? How does that look? How do I get there? All excellent questions. Here are the answers: It means loving and accepting my body temple as Spirit loves and accepts meunconditionally. It looks like light, laughter, kindness, compassion and love. We get there as with everything else in life: a shift in consciousness, a change in story, connecting with Spirit, and practice, practice, practice. If you are a woman with a body, then at one time or another you have probably dealt with some issue addressed in this book. You will learn about the spiritual process of moving from victimhood to empowerment to authenticity to nirvana when dealing with issues of body acceptance, with the plus that it also works with emotional and mental issues as well. The Realms of Revelation give you a structure allowing you to see how you can change the way you see, shift your reactions, and change your life, all without anyone else changing anything at all. It really is all up to you! Theres a lot of freedom in that!
Author: Eve Elovic
Publisher: Mazo Publishers
Category: Biography & Autobiography
To survive the Holocaust, there were many people who knowingly assumed new identities, or unknowingly, were given new ones. Could they change back, or even find out who they once were? In "I Am Who I Am," Eve Elovic presents two novelas that reflect the destiny of individuals who could not, by choice or by fate, be who they were, until ...
Author: Crow Agency Public Schools Students
I Am, Who I Amusing the arts to preserve traditional Apsalooke knowledge and strengthen the indigenous identity of Native children. Apsaalook Voices and Stories is inspired by the It Gets Brighter project with the IHS Partnership at Dartmouth College and a desire to strengthen the native identity and self-esteem of native youth. My project aimed to use the arts to preserve traditional Apsalooke knowledge and strengthen the indigenous identity of native children. In collaboration with local schools, Dartmouth College, and the Running Strong for American Indian Youth Foundation, native youth were given the tools necessary to create their own booksbooks that will reflect their cultures, environment, and experiences as native youth.
Author: Isaiah Thomas
God was not alone in the beginning, for the Word of God was with God, and the Word of God spoke all things into being. All things were created by Him and for Him, and without Him there would have been nothing created. The Word of God was the genesis of creation, and the light of all living things. Yet when light dawned upon the darkness, a man named John was sent by God to tell the world about the light so everyone might understand it. The Word of God entered the world as a man, and He shone His light upon all the world... "But the world did not want Him, nor did it desire Him." The author considers the greatest tragedy in his life to be that he didn't know the Lord sooner. Isaiah Thomas witnessed the pollution of the world firsthand and realised that the time of the end could not be far off. Two questions emerged: "Why am I afraid to read the Bible?" and "What was the truth about Jesus?" When Mark found the gospels and read them, he was stunned to see how wonderful a man Jesus was. Jesus was bold and intelligent, caring and compassionate, truthful and honest. With his conscience revived, Isaiah pleaded for forgiveness and followed the truth with no regrets. When he told a friend that he could find nothing wrong with this man, he knew his life would never be the same. The story of Jesus should be spread throughout the world for all to see...
Author: John Barrowman
Publisher: Michael O'Mara Books
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Anything Goes, John's first book, gave you the story so far. I Am What I Am reveals more about the man behind the television sensation, focusing on John's unique approach to life and love. The book is filled with juicy titbits from behind the scenes of Doctor Who and Torchwood, along with heart-warming family anecdotes and personal revelations, plus John's perspective on fame and how it has affected him. Also containing exclusive details about John's forthcoming role in Desperate Housewives, I Am What I Am gives unprecedented access to the multi-talented man himself - an unmissable treat for any fan.
Author: Mariama Sinclair
At some point in our lives we will find are our own worst enemy. We may felt in the dark or just like like giving up, there is something to go on for, there is a reason to hold on, God is within you. You were created to live a happy life and love yourself, and who you are. I AM, 7 steps that you can use to build to success. Happiness is possible, and is not a destination but a daily effort. You will learn how to love yourself and love others and be happy with who you are enjoy who you have become. With God's love all things are possible.
Author: Robert Rauschenberg
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
I am who,I think i am if my self instinct is highly optomistic