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Living with the unexpected by Barry Bailey

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Published by Abingdon Press in Nashville .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Methodist Church -- Sermons.,
  • Sermons, American -- 20th century.

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementBarry Bailey.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBX8333.B24 L57 1984
The Physical Object
Pagination126 p. :
Number of Pages126
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3173419M
ISBN 100687223660
LC Control Number83015692
OCLC/WorldCa9945076

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Today the 2nd edition of my book, Living the Life Unexpected: How to Find Hope, Meaning and a Fulfilling Future Without Children is published and the incredible global blogtour of my book that’s been going on since March 1st comes to a close. And yet, celebrating that feels like a crass thing to do right now, in the opening stages of a global pandemic that will change all our lives forever.   I’m honored to be part of Jody Day’s blog tour to promote the 2nd edition of Living the Life Unexpected: How to Find Hope, Meaning and a Fulfilling Future Without you haven’t read the earlier edition, you can check out the introduction and chapter one here for free! There is a list of all the other blogs on this tour book releases March 19th.   The Living is an exceptional, unexpected work. • Amit Chaudhuri’s Odysseus Abroad is published by Oneworld. To order The Living for £ (RRP £) go to or call.   ‘The book to recommend to patients when they face coming to terms with unavoidable childlessness.’ British Medical Journal In Living the Life Unexpected, Jody Day addresses the experience of involuntary childlessness and provides a powerful, practical guide to help those negotiating a future without children come to terms with their grief.

  ‘The book to recommend to patients when they face coming to terms with unavoidable childlessness.’ British Medical Journal. In Living the Life Unexpected, Jody Day addresses the experience of involuntary childlessness and provides a powerful, practical guide to help those negotiating a future without children come to terms with their grief; a grief that is /5(99). The 21 tales in this book blend soft sci-fi, humor, absurd, and literary fiction to take the reader on unexpected journeys. From a man with a closet full of wearable bodies, to a romance budding from a remarkable loaf of bread, to an interview with an angel that takes a dark turn, there are sure to be tales here for everyone.   In October , Jody Day, founder of Gateway Women, contacted me. She was working on the final touches to the new, revised edition of her book, Living the Life Unexpected: How to find hope, meaning, and a fulfilling future without children. She wanted to know if I’d write a short endorsement for the book. One of my favorite things to do with my kids every year is to read the book Ant Cities by Arthur Dorros. I think I bought this book for $ at a used sale but it is one of my favorite books. I like to read it in the spring to my kids, because ants are now starting to come out from their cities. After a long cold winter, they are ready to work.