Written as a resource for those facilitating a small group for Christian men struggling with any form of sexual brokenness, the Leader’s Guide helps facilitators guide men in understanding that sexual sin starts in their minds and hearts and shows them how knowing Christ breaks their chains, builds spiritual brotherhood, and helps them take practical steps to re-create their minds in a God-focused direction. The Leader’s Guide is only available in an eBook format.
A small group resource from Harvest USA - Harvest USA brings the truth and mercy of Jesus Christ to help men, women, and families affected by sexual struggles and sin and equip churches to minister to sexually broken people. Go to www.harvestusa.org for more information.
David White Inspire animated discussions of questions that concern kids—and all of us—with this innovative, interactive book. Open your students' minds to the wonders of philosophy.
Allow them to grapple with the questions philosophers have discussed since the ancient Greeks. Questions include: “Who are your friends?,” “Can computers think?,” “Can something logical not make sense?,” and “Can you think about nothing?” Young minds will find these questions to be both entertaining and informative. If you have ever wondered about questions like these, you are well on the way to becoming a philosopher!
Philosophy for Kids offers young people (ages 10 and up) the opportunity to become acquainted with the wonders of philosophy. Packed with exciting activities arranged around the topics of values, knowledge, reality, and critical thinking, this book can be used individually or by the whole class. Each activity allows kids to increase their understanding of philosophical concepts and issues and enjoy themselves at the same time.
In addition to learning about a challenging subject, students philosophizing in a classroom setting, as well as the casual reader of Philosophy for Kids, will sharpen the ability to think critically about these and similar questions. Experiencing the enjoyment of philosophical thought enhances a young person’s appreciation for the importance of reasoning throughout the traditional curriculum of subjects.
The book includes activities, teaching tips, a glossary of terms, and suggestions for further reading.
David White Tips on buying, tasting, pairing, and storing wine--for novices and enthusiasts alike!
Shiraz...Pinot Noir...Chardonnay...Malbec...Prosecco. There's nothing quite like the perfect glass of wine. But with so many different wines to choose from, where do you start? The Everything Wine Book, 3rd Edition is a comprehensive wine resource for expanding your wine knowledge and taste buds. David White, founder of the influential wine blog Terroirist.com, provides you with an introductory wine course, covering all the essentials, including: • How to identify the nuances of varieties by taste, smell, and region • How to choose wines for any occasion • How pair food with wine • The history of different types of wines • How to create a personalized wine cellar
Featuring a pronunciation guide, a glossary of terms, and instructions on how to store and serve wines at home, this all-in-one guide will turn you into a true wine connoisseur in no time at all!
David White There’s never been a better time to get into Champagne!
Both the region of Champagne and its wines have always been associated with prestige and luxury. Knowledgeable wine enthusiasts have long discussed top Champagnes with the same reverence they reserve for the finest wines of Bordeaux and Burgundy. But everyday Americans usually keep Champagne way back on the high shelf. It’s for big celebrations, send-offs, and wedding toasts and, more often than not, is bought by the case. The good stuff costs plentyand frankly, rarely seems worth the price.
Today, though, Champagne is in the midst of a renaissanceno longer to be unjustly neglected.
Over the past decade, an increasing number of wine enthusiasts have discovered the joys of grower Champagnewines made by the farmers who grow the grapes. Thanks to a few key wine importers and America’s newfound obsession with knowing where food comes from, these shipments have been climbing steadily.
In But First, Champagne, author David White details Champagne’s history along with that of its wines, explains how and why the market is changing, and profiles the region’s leading producers.
This book is essential reading for wine enthusiasts, adventurous drinkers, foodies, sommeliers, and drinks professionals. With a comprehensive yet accessible overview of the region, its history, and its leading producers, But First, Champagne will demystify Champagne for all.
From the foreword:
"Smart, entertaining, and valuable . . . one of those rare wine books that should appeal to people just getting into Champagne and longtime Champagne obsessives." Ray Isle, Executive Wine Editor, Food & Wine
David White Dorf is the rather humorous story of a young dwarf. Nathaniel Dorf, a man who cannot even reach the top of most tables, will undertake a journey involving courage, wizards, magic, trolls, a talking parrot and a discovery that changes his life and the lives of many others throughout the world. And no, the parrot doesn't just beg for crackers.
David White Have Great Friends is a how-to guide for people looking to enrich their social lives with deep friendships. Written by someone who started off finding it difficult to make new friends, and now has more close friends than he can keep up with!
David White As in Rimbauds The Drunken Boat, Empire
of Light will take you down a stream of
consciousness stream in a rudderless boat to
experience visions of ruin and beauty.
This book explores a peculiarly American
landscape of magnificence and decay, reveling in
nightmarish and dreamlike events. The world of
Empire of Light will fascinate you.
David White The times that have been foreseen, foretold and mostly feared have suddenly come upon us. These will prove to be times like no other in all of history. If God had intended for you to live during any other age, He would have arranged it. Yet from the foundation of the world, God has purposed that you would live on the earth during a time of both unprecedented deception and darkness, and yet unequaled grace and glory.
God has promised hope and help in troubled times. You may even discover that you were more prepared for these days than you had ever dreamed. Because the times that were to come, have come.
David White The Hallucinogenic Rooster is a moment captured in time, a dreamlike and nightmarish expansion of one brief moment.
In a place called Fairy Tale Town, some years ago, I walked with a girl I was in love with among grimy fantasies; a concrete Pirate ship, a castle and drinking fountains in the form of hippos and tin soldiers. Strange music came over loudspeakers.
Three of us (we were baby-sitting her sisters infant) as a sort of makeshift family walked in this strange place. I watched a rooster walk in and out of shadows and light. I hallucinated that I was seeing its molecules and atoms coming apart and reassembling in bright colors.
I chose this event to represent the moment when we could have spoken to each other with our hearts but instead kept our silence. . .
This book is a sort of poetic expansion of that brief, lonely and beautiful moment.
David White Shadow Motel gives an account of the last few days in the
life of an unwanted girl. Laughing Underwater is a diary
written by Jennifer who discovers wonder and death
all too soon. Kisses recounts a womans thoughts as she
approaches forty and meditates on past loves and the
loss of her mother. Oppenheimers Atomic Bride occurs
in the months before the creation of the atomic bomb.
Oppenheimer is visited by a destructive and creative
spirit as a femme fatale out of a detective novel.
An American Pope, The Perfumed Monster, Johnny Visits
the Ranch and My Life Among the Cannibals round out
the number of stories to eight . . .