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The Flock

Author : James Robert Smith
Publisher : Forge Books
Release : 2010-11-09
Category : Fiction
ISBN : 142998550X

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Book The Flock Description/Summary:

A remote Florida swamp has been targeted for theme-park development, and the swamp's inhabitants are none too happy. It doesn't help that the residents are a colony of intelligent, prehistoric, dinosaur-like birds. This flock of beasts has escaped the mass extinction that killed off the dinosaurs, relying on stealth, cunning, and killer instinct. The creatures have been living in secret, just outside our developed world. As the developers push to have the recently-discovered animals exterminated, a billionaire rogue environmentalist step in to protect these rare, predatory creatures. A naïve young Fish and Wildlife officer finds himself caught in between these two incredibly powerful forces, and may find out the hard way that man is the most dangerous predator of them all . . . The Flock is a contemporary eco-thriller about what can happen when man violates nature, and when nature fights back. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.

Flock and Flow

Author : Grant David McCracken
Publisher : Indiana University Press
Release : 2006
Category : Business & Economics
ISBN : 0253347599

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Book Flock and Flow Description/Summary:

Is it possible any longer to "read" markets fast enough to respond to them? A world of discrete parts is now one interconnected web of ceaseless calculation and response. Marketing has become a thing of speed and turbulence, with all the players moving simultaneously. For marketing guru Grant McCracken, the key to success in this dynamic new marketplace is to find a way to slow the world down. And McCracken believes he has the solution. It begins with understanding the mechanics at work today. He says, "Complexity has a theory. Commotion has a pattern. Dynamism has a system. We can continue to live by damage control, or we can change the way we play the game." To survive our own world of collision and speed, marketers need to see the world as "flocks and flows." In this exciting new book, McCracken deploys "complex adaptive theory" to track the movement of trends and new groupings of consumers. He shows how to monitor new trends, whether and when to introduce new brands and brand extensions, how to speak to niche markets, and how to avoid costly mistakes. McCracken's sage and witty advice could not come at a better time. His book will be a valuable aid for anyone trying to keep up with marketplace changes in our rapidly evolving world.

A Flock of Shepherds

Author : Thomas J. Reese
Publisher : Rowman & Littlefield
Release : 1992
Category : Religion
ISBN : 1556125577

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Book A Flock of Shepherds Description/Summary:

A look at the National Conference of Bishops – it's operation, function, administration and role in the Church and in setting the social/political agenda in the United States.

Hampshire Down Flock Book

Author : Hampshire Down Sheep Breeders' Association
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 1900
Category : Sheep
ISBN : CORNELL:31924066630611

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The Shepherd-flock Motif in the Miletus Discourse (Acts 20:17-38) Against Its Historical Background

Author : Bernard Aubert
Publisher : Peter Lang
Release : 2009
Category : Religion
ISBN : 1433105705

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Book The Shepherd-flock Motif in the Miletus Discourse (Acts 20:17-38) Against Its Historical Background Description/Summary:

The Shepherd-Flock Motif in the Miletus Discourse (Acts 20:17-38) Against Its Historical Background provides a comprehensive survey of the use of the shepherd-flock motif in the ancient world for the readers of the New Testament. This review of Ancient Near Eastern, Jewish, Greco-Roman, and Christian sources is guided by a motific approach that integrates the concept of metaphor, Semantics, and the comparative method. A chief concern of this study is to apply this knowledge to the study of Luke-Acts, especially the Miletus Discourse (Acts 20:17-38). The shepherd-flock motif appears to be central in this speech and helps to integrate other motifs and themes in this discourse, such as the kingship motif. The Shepherd-Flock Motif in the Miletus Discourse (Acts 20:17-38) Against Its Historical Background is indispensable to the study of motifs in the New Testament and contributes meaningfully to the scholarly research on Luke-Acts.

The Shepherd And The Flock (Leading a House Church)

Author : Zacharias Tanee Fomum
Publisher : ZTF Books Online
Release : 2016-07-13
Category : Religion
ISBN : 9781507007136

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Book The Shepherd And The Flock (Leading a House Church) Description/Summary:

The training of church leaders has been one of my main areas of contribution to church growth in the church in Yaounde. Burdened with the need for competent pastors for the growing number of House Churches in the city of Yaounde, I gave these lessons on leading a House Church to about 800 leaders in training. The course took place on two weekends. The lessons of the first and second weekends are here presented, as much as possible, as they were spoken that weekend, having been compiled from notes taken during the course and completed from the taped messages. They are written just as they were spoken, with very limited editing by the author. We send them out with a heart cry that they contribute to produce the type of leaders that are needed for the Lord's flock on the eve of His imminent return.

Flock Book

Author : Katie Umans
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 2012
Category : Poetry
ISBN : 0983794529

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Book Flock Book Description/Summary:

Poems about the anxiety of what must be traded for the comfort of the flock.

The Flock Book of Wensleydale Long-wool Sheep

Author : Wensleydale Long-wool Sheep Breeders' Association and Flock Book Society
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 1895
Category : Sheep
ISBN : UIUC:30112112113128

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The Flock

Author : Joan Frances Casey,Lynn Wilson
Publisher : Ballantine Books
Release : 2017-02-07
Category : Psychology
ISBN : 9781101969182

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Book The Flock Description/Summary:

The groundbreaking first-person account of successful recovery from dissociative identity disorder, now featuring a new preface by the author When Joan Frances Casey, a married twenty-six-year-old graduate student, “awoke” on the ledge of a building ready to jump, it wasn’t the first time she couldn’t explain her whereabouts. Soon after, Lynn Wilson, an experienced psychiatric social worker, diagnosed Joan with multiple personality disorder. She prescribed a radical program of reparenting therapy to individually treat her patient’s twenty-four separate personalities. As Lynn came to know Joan’s distinct selves—Josie, the self-destructive toddler; Rusty, the motherless boy; Renee, the people pleaser—she uncovered a pattern of emotional and physical abuse that had nearly consumed a remarkable young woman. Praise for The Flock “A testimony to [Casey’s] courage and the dedication of her therapist, who believed that a profoundly fragmented self has the capacity to heal within a loving therapeutic relationship.”—The New York Times Book Review “Absolutely mesmerizing . . . the first coherent autobiographical study of its kind.”—The Detroit News “A compelling psychological odyssey offering unique insights into a nightmare world.”—Kirkus Reviews “Extraordinary . . . deftly told and studded with striking images.”—Publishers Weekly

SHEPHERDING GOD'S FLOCK

Author : David A Swincer
Publisher : Integrity Publications
Release : 2017-08-01
Category : Religion
ISBN : 9780980870398

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Book SHEPHERDING GOD'S FLOCK Description/Summary:

The traditional pastoral role has changed over the last decades, largely due to the growth of mega-churches. The senior pastor has tended to become more an executive leader with an emphasis on public preaching as the figurehead of a large organisation. The traditional pastoral role has been superseded in large part in these situations, with much of the regular pastoral role being performed by a range of associate pastors/elders with a primary function as pastors, with little if any preaching component. In the past, many churches did not have any pastoral assistance, and often the pastor was assisted by deacons, performing de facto pastoral roles, whilst also performing the normal administrative functions usually ascribed to deacons. This has meant that often the expectancy of performing this de facto pastoral role, has led to a more selective process for choosing deacons, often precluding some well-equipped and gifted men from a serving ministry because they did not simultaneously qualify as elders. We look at the pastoral role generally, but with a view to multiplying this role in order to meet the needs of growing congregations through the introduction of elders. Some practical considerations are given for the transition to introduce these changes. Alongside this, what is the function of women in leadership ministries of the church?

Pastoral Care of God's Flock

Author : Philip Powell
Publisher : Lulu.com
Release : 2014-01
Category : Religion
ISBN : 9781291700497

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Book Pastoral Care of God's Flock Description/Summary:

The contents of this book are an expression in word form of my experience and those things I have witnessed. This document on Pastoral Care was originally written for Bible students preparing for Pastoral leadership, and compiled over a period of time with careful consideration given to each chapter.

The Flock

Author : Mary Austin
Publisher : University of Nevada Press
Release : 2001-01-01
Category : Fiction
ISBN : 9780874177541

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Book The Flock Description/Summary:

This classic novel, first published in 1906 and based on Mary Austin's own experiences, captures the way of life of shepherds in the Sierra. Austin blends natural history, politics, and allegory in a genre-blurring narrative, championing local shepherds in their losing battle against the quickly developing tourist business in the Western Sierra during the nineteenth century. Austin had met many shepherds while visiting the Tejon ranches of Edward Beale and Henry Miller, and cultivated relationships with men others often thought of as ignorant, unambitious, and dirty, listening closely to their stories. Her neighbors were scandalized, but Austin respected the shepherds’ ways of thinking. Rather than portray these shepherds’ lives as part of a romantic bygone era, in this novel, she instead positions them as exemplifying potentially radical ways of living in and thinking about the world. Afterword by Barney Nelson.

Flock Together

Author : B.J. Hollars
Publisher : U of Nebraska Press
Release : 2017-02-01
Category : Biography & Autobiography
ISBN : 9780803296589

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Book Flock Together Description/Summary:

After stumbling upon a book of photographs depicting extinct animals, B.J. Hollars became fascinated by the creatures that are no longer with us; specifically, extinct North American birds. How, he wondered, could we preserve so beautifully on film what we’ve failed to preserve in life? And so begins his yearlong journey to find out, one that leads him from bogs to art museums, from archives to Christmas Counts, until he at last comes as close to extinct birds as he ever will during a behind-the-scenes visit at the Chicago Field Museum. Heartbroken by the birds we’ve lost, Hollars takes refuge in those that remain. Armed with binoculars, a field guide, and knowledgeable friends, he begins his transition from budding birder to environmentally conscious citizen, a first step on a longer journey toward understanding the true tragedy of a bird’s song silenced forever. Told with charm and wit, Flock Together is a remarkable memoir that shows how “knowing” the natural world—even just a small part—illuminates what it means to be a global citizen and how only by embracing our ecological responsibilities do we ever become fully human. A moving elegy to birds we’ve lost, Hollars’s exploration of what we can learn from extinct species will resonate in the minds of readers long beyond the final page.