This book is about how important it is to be filled with the Holy Spirit as a born-again Christian.
It is also about the various gifts of the Sprit, what their purpose is and also how to operate them in the church and all aspects of our lives. [mehr][weniger]
This is a nihilistic solipsist short story telling about romance, loneliness, friendship and all of what we considered as a foolish, pointless and unnecessary things we do all the time. [mehr][weniger]
Nora Archibald Smith (1859 – 1934) was an American children's author of the late 19th and early 20th centuries, and sister of Kate Douglas Wiggin. Nora and Kate co-authored and co-edited a series of children's books.
Both sisters were active in the kindergarten movement that was developing at the turn of the twentieth century, and wrote repeatedly on the subject. They were admirers of Friedrich Fröbel and promoted his theories on early childhood education. [mehr][weniger]
Kate Douglas Wiggin (September 28, 1856 – August 24, 1923) was an American educator and author of children's stories, most notably the classic children's novel Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm. She started the first free kindergarten in San Francisco in 1878 (the Silver Street Free Kindergarten). With her sister during the 1880s, she also established a training school for kindergarten teachers. Kate Wiggin devoted her adult life to the welfare of children in an era when children were commonly thought of as cheap labour. [mehr][weniger]