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Meet God Again for the First Time by Jon Paulien Book Summary:
The author looks at God's patterns in the Bible and His great saving deeds, and finds that the Bible is about telling and retelling the story of the God of promise and covenant who keeps working toward His ultimate goal--the restoration of Eden. He concludes that Jesus fulfills the longings of the Jewish Scriptures and explains how the law brings freedom and how our assurance of salvation flows from God's justice.
Stained Glass for the First Time by Art Glass Originals Book Summary:
You’ve admired the beauty of stained-glass objects—now make your own. Use eight skills to create various projects, such as cutting glass to make coasters, assembling a tulip stepping-stone, and crafting a pansy. Bonus: a gallery of work from well-known artisans.
The First-time Trainer by Tom W. Goad Book Summary:
"You'll discover the eight key steps to effective training, and how to adapt them for the specific needs of your own learning environment. Whether you're a new training professional, one who's looking to brush up on important, fundamental skills and get up to speed on the latest advancements, or a manager or supervisor tasked with training others, this long-trusted book helps you get people learning in no time." - cover.
Watercolor for the First Time by Kory Fluckiger Book Summary:
Features a wonderful question-and-answer format, addressing all of the basics and some advanced techniques too. Generously-sized photographs and illustrations clearly showcase every exciting procedure?including how to use basic and controlled washes; add detail to an image; and work in black and white.
The First-Time Manager by Loren B. Belker,Jim McCormick,Gary S. Topchik Book Summary:
What's a rookie manager to do? Faced with new responsibilities, and in need of quick, dependable guidance, novice managers can't afford to learn by trial and error. The First-Time Manager is the answer, dispensing the bottom-line wisdom they need to succeed. A true management classic, the book covers essential topics such as hiring and firing, leadership, motivation, managing time, dealing with superiors, and much more. Written in an inviting and accessible style, the revised sixth edition includes new material on increasing employee engagement, encouraging innovation and initiative, helping team members optimize their talents, improving outcomes, and distinguishing oneself as a leader. Packed with immediately usable insight on everything from building a team environment to conducting performance appraisals, The First-Time Manager remains the ultimate guide for anyone starting his or her career in management.
Paper Quilling for the First Time by Alli Bartkowski Book Summary:
Focuses on classic paper quilling: a form of filigree that's perfect for scrap booking, as well as card and ornament making. Using a friendly question and answer format and dozens of close-up step-by-step photographs, this title explains how to roll coils, make basic shapes and create off-centred circles, scrolls, roses, and loops.
Reading Mark for the First Time by Wilfrid J. Harrington, OP Book Summary:
Explores the Gospel of Mark with emphasis on why Mark tells the story the way he does. The author backs up his appreciation of the literary sophistication of Mark by outlining his technique and discusses the centrality of the cross to Mark’s account of Jesus.
Sewing for the First Time by Mary Jo Hiney Book Summary:
By anticipating beginners’ questions, this illustrated guide teaches everything needed to fashion beautiful hand-crafted goods. Create a table runner; make buttonholes; stitch a handbag, throw pillows, curtains, and more. “A boon to learning...Large photos and ample illustrations accompany step-by-step instructions.”—Sew News. “A fantastic guide for first-time sewers and those looking to brush up on the basics.”—Butterick Home Catalog.
For the First Time by Stephanie Doyle Book Summary:
Being a father shouldn't feel this risky! There's not a lot former CIA agent Mark Sharpe hasn't done. Yet suddenly he's in a world of firsts—first time being a father, first time being self-employed…and first time being attracted to his employee. JoJo Hatcher, with her attitude, her tattoos and her investigative talents, tempts him in ways he can't explain. With each day she becomes more irresistible. How is he supposed to function in this messed-up situation? Then his teenage daughter, Sophie, is threatened. There's only one person he trusts to help him: JoJo. As they work to untangle the mystery, Mark imagines a future together that includes another first—family.
Again for the First Time by Rosemary Catacalos Book Summary:
Again for the First Time was originally published in 1984 by Tooth of Time Books in Santa Fe, and almost immediately received the Texas Institute of Letters Poetry Prize. Catacalos went on to become a Dobie-Paisano fellow, a Stegner fellow, a recipient of an NEA creative writing fellowship, and numerous other honors. This book is unique in that it pairs and often plays against each other the mythologies of Catacalos's mixed Greek and Mexican backgrounds. At the same time that it is populated with characters like Ariadne and Theseus, it is very contemporary in its settings and the issues it addresses, including San Antonio street life, racism, mass killings, and foreign wars. It is a strongly feminist work as well. As Texas Monthly put it, For precise balance in tone and form, and for surprising resonance throughout, Again for the First Time is a superb book of poems.
The First-time Manager by Michael Morris Book Summary:
Taking that first step into management requires a radical adjustment to the way in which you work. Where you were once responsible for just your own work, now you have responsibility for that of others. Management positions may come with a wide range of titles, such as sales manager, supervisor or foreman, but the pressures of planning for others, bearing responsibility for their actions, handling suppliers and dealing with more experienced colleagues are common to all. ""The First-Time Manager,"" now fully revised, is an accessible guide to dealing with the immediate difficulties you will face in your new role. It is also an introduction to the fundamental management skills that you will need to master throughout this new phase in your career, including how to: * Communicate effectively; * Delegate; * Understand finance and accounting; * Manage people; * Analyse your organization's future; * Realize your own potential. Both a practical manual and desktop aid, ""The First-Time Manager"" is a book to be read and then referred back to whenever you need support.
Managing for the First Time by Cherry Mill Book Summary:
Managing for the First Time will ensure your new role is an exciting challenge. Cherry Mill offers sound advice, useful tips and some easy-to-follow action plans to build your confidence and get you off to a flying start. Based on the insights of 'first-timers' from all walks of business life plus her own experience, she covers: - navigating your first 100 days - your top priorities and the critical things to get right for long term success - acting the part - developing the key management skills - making an impact and building credibility with your team and top management - overcoming tricky situations - managing former peers, older or more experienced colleagues and those who seem to be against you - establishing networks to give you support and help.
Dollmaking for the First Time by Miriam Gourley Book Summary:
Presents an introduction to dollmaking, looking at the materials and tools needed to make, decorate, and clothe cloth and wooden dolls, and including instructions for twelve dolls, each of which illustrates a different dollmaking technique.
Decorating for the First Time by Eileen Cannon Paulin Book Summary:
With its luminous photography, question-and-answer format, and detailed instructions for putting a personal stamp on every room, this guide—written by a media expert—is simply a must-have. Take it to the home improvement store when you’re choosing materials or keep it handy as you’re working on the nitty-gritty tasks required to turn decorating dreams into reality. Formulas for measuring windows, walls, floors, and other spaces will prove invaluable for those have never hung a drape, laid a carpet, or figured out whether that king-size bed will fit. Whether your first time decorating project is a small, rented apartment or a spacious home, you’ll see how to do it right, do it on your desired budget, and do it beautifully. A Selection of the Homestyle Book Club. Eileen Cannon Paulin appears regularly on HGTV and the Discovery Channel, and is a frequent guest on It’s Christopher Lowell! She is the former editor of Romantic Homes magazine, the former publisher of Victorian Homes magazine, and the author of The Serene Home (Sterling, 2003).
Managing people for the first time by Infinite Ideas Book Summary:
Have you just been promoted and are now responsible for staff for the very first time? Does the thought of managing your colleagues and friends worry you? How will you deal with conflict? How will you give praise and criticism? Managing people for the first time is written for all new managers who suddenly have the responsibility for staff management thrust upon them. It offers no-nonsense techniques to enable you to make an immediate positive impact on your staff and to hit the ground running in your new managerial career. Quickly learn how to: understand the manager’s role; prepare for day one; manage former friends and colleagues; manage people who are older than you; learn from your mistakes; deal with conflict.