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Today and for Life - hardcover

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New York: Screw/Milky Way Productions, 1973. Magazine. First edition. Good+ magazine with a couple of light creases to both covers, some small tears at the fore edge of the front cover, a price sticker to the front, and light tanning to the pages. SHIPS THE NEXT BUSINESS DAY, WRAPPED IN PADDING AND CARDBOARD. The first issue (of only two) of a periodical put out by Al Goldstein's Screw featuring vintage erotica and pornography from the 1870s to 1950s; mostly reproductions of photography with some drawings and book illustrations; includes a reproduction of a Tijuana Bible Orphan Annie comic. Edited by Michael Perkins; designed by Steve Heller; cover illustration by Mike Kanarek. Staple-bound stiff wraps; 56 newsprint pages; b&w illustrations throughout; 8.5 x 11 inches., Screw/Milky Way Productions, 1973, Burlington Ontario Canada: Welch Publishing, 1988. 1988 First Edition Hardcover in original dustjacket. VG book in Near Fine jacket ; original BG Ministries small label inside back of book. Very Good condition book; tiny spot of cafe au lait outside edge; inside 1 small blue ballpoint pen mark marks a paragraph on page 13, and one on page 30, and there are small pen marks marking paragraphs on pages 156 - 157 ... else clean tight and bright. NO writing, NO highlighting, No odors, No turndown pages. Color card bookmark as found of David the Poet King with story from the Bible, included as found. Jacket is Near Fine. Handsome book ; chocolate brown faux leather over boards with Gold gilt title impressed on spine and front; in matching jacket with color photograph of Bernice as alderwoman on front, and smaller photo of her in front of microphone on Radio station CJOR 600 on back; cover design by Marilyn Baker. Inside the book are 226 pages , illustrated with 4 pages B&W matte photos, 6 pics in all, of: reproduction of Vancouver Sun newspaper carton from 1977 lampooning Bernice's stint as an alderman ; Bernice leading a silent walk past nude sunbathers on Wreck Beach and Spanish Banks, Vancouver ( only one nude man is visible in this pic, and he is sitting on a driftwood log with his back to the camera ) ; Bernice preaching at Seoul Full Gospel Church with Pastor Yonggi Cho ; with Malcolm and Kitty Muggeridge on the Walk for Life at Parliament Hill, Onttawa, 1973 ; photo of huge Vancouver billboard of Bernice planting a treee in Israel ; and B&W photo of front cover pic inside title page. Bernice Gerard has led a fascinating life and this is her autobiography. It is the story of a Christian woman who came from 'nobody, nowhere', and achieved success in the public arena as an evangelist , university chaplain, alderwoman , pastor, and founder of Fraserview Assembly; and became a radio and television personality and tireless campaigner on many issues of private and public morality. Throughout the book are lively anecdotes from her private life and her ministry; from the nudist beach near Vancouver, to the pro-life demonstrations in Ottawa, and pro-Israel support in Canada, to guest hosting on 100 Huntley Street, she travelled the world, preaching, lecturing, and participating in many inter-denominational conferences and ecumenical events. Whether on her own radio call in show, or as a frequent guest on religious television programmes, she proved with the way she lived her life that evangelicals can combine their private faith and social action to become the genuine 'salt of the earth'. Courageous , controversial, and profoundly spiritual, her background true story is as fascinating as a novel, from the true tragic tale of her mother about to give birth being rushed down the Fraser River on a fishing boat, and dying shortly after Bernice was born on Christmas Eve; to her adoption by a full blooded Native Indian woman who lived with a fishing community up the Fraser; to her identity crisis while a young girl, growning up an orphan, 'nobody's child', to her fight for religious freedom. She joined with sisters Jean and Velma McColl to form the McColl-Gerard Trio, evangelical crusaders who preached throughout North America, Europe, the Middle East and Asia, and went on to live her own life all the while reaching out to others. Bernice's story is an inspiration to women - and men - of all denominations. Bernice was instrumental later in life in forming the Shiloh Society for co-op housing for families and seniors in and around Vancouver, the city she had reclaimed as home, and where she died at the age of 84, in 2008. ( Note that some of the background information of her early life has been taken by her from her earlier ( 1956 ) publication :' Converted in the Country'; there is some overlap with early info from that book, which was about her life up to 1956. ) This book is : " Today and for Life " by Reverend Bernice Gerard ; published by Welch Publishing , Burlington Ontario Canada 1988 Hard cover book in DJ *** Securely packed for Safe delivery worldwide since 1965 *** . First Edition. Hard Cover in Dust Jacket. Very Good/Near Fine. 6-1/4 x 9-1/4 x 1 "., Welch Publishing, 1988

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New York: Philosophical Library, 1963. This oversized FIRST EDITION hard cover is in VERY GOOD CONDITION. The dust jacket is in fair condition with a few chips/tears. 314 pages bound in green cloth, one corner bumped, slight fade to edges. PRINTED ON FINE GLOSSY PAPER. Chapters include Love in the Orient, Famous Mistresses, Incest, Sex in the Bible, Homosexuality, Mormonism, Prostitution, Sadism and much more. Wonderfully illustrated with text. BINDING AND HINGES STRONG. NO LABELS, INSCRIPTIONS OR MARKINGS.. First Edition. Cloth. Very Good/Fair. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall., Philosophical Library, 1963, Burlington Ontario Canada: Welch Publishing, 1988. 1988 First Edition Hardcover in original dustjacket. VG book in Near Fine jacket ; original BG Ministries small label inside back of book. Very Good condition book; tiny spot of cafe au lait outside edge; inside 1 small blue ballpoint pen mark marks a paragraph on page 13, and one on page 30, and there are small pen marks marking paragraphs on pages 156 - 157 ... else clean tight and bright. NO writing, NO highlighting, No odors, No turndown pages. Color card bookmark as found of David the Poet King with story from the Bible, included as found. Jacket is Near Fine. Handsome book ; chocolate brown faux leather over boards with Gold gilt title impressed on spine and front; in matching jacket with color photograph of Bernice as alderwoman on front, and smaller photo of her in front of microphone on Radio station CJOR 600 on back; cover design by Marilyn Baker. Inside the book are 226 pages , illustrated with 4 pages B&W matte photos, 6 pics in all, of: reproduction of Vancouver Sun newspaper carton from 1977 lampooning Bernice's stint as an alderman ; Bernice leading a silent walk past nude sunbathers on Wreck Beach and Spanish Banks, Vancouver ( only one nude man is visible in this pic, and he is sitting on a driftwood log with his back to the camera ) ; Bernice preaching at Seoul Full Gospel Church with Pastor Yonggi Cho ; with Malcolm and Kitty Muggeridge on the Walk for Life at Parliament Hill, Onttawa, 1973 ; photo of huge Vancouver billboard of Bernice planting a treee in Israel ; and B&W photo of front cover pic inside title page. Bernice Gerard has led a fascinating life and this is her autobiography. It is the story of a Christian woman who came from 'nobody, nowhere', and achieved success in the public arena as an evangelist , university chaplain, alderwoman , pastor, and founder of Fraserview Assembly; and became a radio and television personality and tireless campaigner on many issues of private and public morality. Throughout the book are lively anecdotes from her private life and her ministry; from the nudist beach near Vancouver, to the pro-life demonstrations in Ottawa, and pro-Israel support in Canada, to guest hosting on 100 Huntley Street, she travelled the world, preaching, lecturing, and participating in many inter-denominational conferences and ecumenical events. Whether on her own radio call in show, or as a frequent guest on religious television programmes, she proved with the way she lived her life that evangelicals can combine their private faith and social action to become the genuine 'salt of the earth'. Courageous , controversial, and profoundly spiritual, her background true story is as fascinating as a novel, from the true tragic tale of her mother about to give birth being rushed down the Fraser River on a fishing boat, and dying shortly after Bernice was born on Christmas Eve; to her adoption by a full blooded Native Indian woman who lived with a fishing community up the Fraser; to her identity crisis while a young girl, growning up an orphan, 'nobody's child', to her fight for religious freedom. She joined with sisters Jean and Velma McColl to form the McColl-Gerard Trio, evangelical crusaders who preached throughout North America, Europe, the Middle East and Asia, and went on to live her own life all the while reaching out to others. Bernice's story is an inspiration to women - and men - of all denominations. Bernice was instrumental later in life in forming the Shiloh Society for co-op housing for families and seniors in and around Vancouver, the city she had reclaimed as home, and where she died at the age of 84, in 2008. ( Note that some of the background information of her early life has been taken by her from her earlier ( 1956 ) publication :' Converted in the Country'; there is some overlap with early info from that book, which was about her life up to 1956. ) This book is : " Today and for Life " by Reverend Bernice Gerard ; published by Welch Publishing , Burlington Ontario Canada 1988 Hard cover book in DJ *** Securely packed for Safe delivery worldwide since 1965 *** . First Edition. Hard Cover in Dust Jacket. Very Good/Near Fine. 6-1/4 x 9-1/4 x 1 "., Welch Publishing, 1988

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Burlington Ontario Canada: Welch Publishing, 1988. 1988 First Edition Hardcover in original dustjacket. VG book in Near Fine jacket ; original BG Ministries small label inside back of book. Very Good condition book; tiny spot of cafe au lait outside edge; inside 1 small blue ballpoint pen mark marks a paragraph on page 13, and one on page 30, and there are small pen marks marking paragraphs on pages 156 - 157 ... else clean tight and bright. NO writing, NO highlighting, No odors, No turndown pages. Color card bookmark as found of David the Poet King with story from the Bible, included as found. Jacket is Near Fine. Handsome book ; chocolate brown faux leather over boards with Gold gilt title impressed on spine and front; in matching jacket with color photograph of Bernice as alderwoman on front, and smaller photo of her in front of microphone on Radio station CJOR 600 on back; cover design by Marilyn Baker. Inside the book are 226 pages , illustrated with 4 pages B&W matte photos, 6 pics in all, of: reproduction of Vancouver Sun newspaper carton from 1977 lampooning Bernice's stint as an alderman ; Bernice leading a silent walk past nude sunbathers on Wreck Beach and Spanish Banks, Vancouver ( only one nude man is visible in this pic, and he is sitting on a driftwood log with his back to the camera ) ; Bernice preaching at Seoul Full Gospel Church with Pastor Yonggi Cho ; with Malcolm and Kitty Muggeridge on the Walk for Life at Parliament Hill, Onttawa, 1973 ; photo of huge Vancouver billboard of Bernice planting a treee in Israel ; and B&W photo of front cover pic inside title page. Bernice Gerard has led a fascinating life and this is her autobiography. It is the story of a Christian woman who came from 'nobody, nowhere', and achieved success in the public arena as an evangelist , university chaplain, alderwoman , pastor, and founder of Fraserview Assembly; and became a radio and television personality and tireless campaigner on many issues of private and public morality. Throughout the book are lively anecdotes from her private life and her ministry; from the nudist beach near Vancouver, to the pro-life demonstrations in Ottawa, and pro-Israel support in Canada, to guest hosting on 100 Huntley Street, she travelled the world, preaching, lecturing, and participating in many inter-denominational conferences and ecumenical events. Whether on her own radio call in show, or as a frequent guest on religious television programmes, she proved with the way she lived her life that evangelicals can combine their private faith and social action to become the genuine 'salt of the earth'. Courageous , controversial, and profoundly spiritual, her background true story is as fascinating as a novel, from the true tragic tale of her mother about to give birth being rushed down the Fraser River on a fishing boat, and dying shortly after Bernice was born on Christmas Eve; to her adoption by a full blooded Native Indian woman who lived with a fishing community up the Fraser; to her identity crisis while a young girl, growning up an orphan, 'nobody's child', to her fight for religious freedom. She joined with sisters Jean and Velma McColl to form the McColl-Gerard Trio, evangelical crusaders who preached throughout North America, Europe, the Middle East and Asia, and went on to live her own life all the while reaching out to others. Bernice's story is an inspiration to women - and men - of all denominations. Bernice was instrumental later in life in forming the Shiloh Society for co-op housing for families and seniors in and around Vancouver, the city she had reclaimed as home, and where she died at the age of 84, in 2008. ( Note that some of the background information of her early life has been taken by her from her earlier ( 1956 ) publication :' Converted in the Country'; there is some overlap with early info from that book, which was about her life up to 1956. ) This book is : " Today and for Life " by Reverend Bernice Gerard ; published by Welch Publishing , Burlington Ontario Canada 1988 Hard cover book in DJ *** Securely packed for Safe delivery worldwide since 1965 *** . First Edition. Hard Cover in Dust Jacket. Very Good/Near Fine. 6-1/4 x 9-1/4 x 1 "., Welch Publishing, 1988

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[EAN: 9781550110715], Gebraucht, sehr guter Zustand, [PU: Welch Publishing, Burlington Ontario Canada], BERNICE GERARD , REV. TODAY AND FOR LIFE STORY AUTOBIOGRAPHY, Jacket, 1988 First Edition Hardcover in original dustjacket. VG book in Near Fine jacket ; original BG Ministries small label inside back of book. Very Good condition book; tiny spot of cafe au lait outside edge; inside 1 small blue ballpoint pen mark marks a paragraph on page 13, and one on page 30, and there are small pen marks marking paragraphs on pages 156 - 157 . else clean tight and bright. NO writing, NO highlighting, No odors, No turndown pages. Color card bookmark as found of David the Poet King with story from the Bible, included as found. Jacket is Near Fine. Handsome book ; chocolate brown faux leather over boards with Gold gilt title impressed on spine and front; in matching jacket with color photograph of Bernice as alderwoman on front, and smaller photo of her in front of microphone on Radio station CJOR 600 on back; cover design by Marilyn Baker. Inside the book are 226 pages , illustrated with 4 pages B&W matte photos, 6 pics in all, of: reproduction of Vancouver Sun newspaper carton from 1977 lampooning Bernice's stint as an alderman ; Bernice leading a silent walk past nude sunbathers on Wreck Beach and Spanish Banks, Vancouver ( only one nude man is visible in this pic, and he is sitting on a driftwood log with his back to the camera ) ; Bernice preaching at Seoul Full Gospel Church with Pastor Yonggi Cho ; with Malcolm and Kitty Muggeridge on the Walk for Life at Parliament Hill, Onttawa, 1973 ; photo of huge Vancouver billboard of Bernice planting a treee in Israel ; and B&W photo of front cover pic inside title page. Bernice Gerard has led a fascinating life and this is her autobiography. It is the story of a Christian woman who came from 'nobody, nowhere', and achieved success in the public arena as an evangelist , university chaplain, alderwoman , pastor, and founder of Fraserview Assembly; and became a radio and television personality and tireless campaigner on many issues of private and public morality. Throughout the book are lively anecdotes from her private life and her ministry; from the nudist beach near Vancouver, to the pro-life demonstrations in Ottawa, and pro-Israel support in Canada, to guest hosting on 100 Huntley Street, she travelled the world, preaching, lecturing, and participating in many inter-denominational conferences and ecumenical events. Whether on her own radio call in show, or as a frequent guest on religious television programmes, she proved with the way she lived her life that evangelicals can combine their private faith and social action to become the genuine 'salt of the earth'. Courageous , controversial, and profoundly spiritual, her background true story is as fascinating as a novel, from the true tragic tale of her mother about to give birth being rushed down the Fraser River on a fishing boat, and dying shortly after Bernice was born on Christmas Eve; to her adoption by a full blooded Native Indian woman who lived with a fishing community up the Fraser; to her identity crisis while a young girl, growning up an orphan, 'nobody's child', to her fight for religious freedom. She joined with sisters Jean and Velma McColl to form the McColl-Gerard Trio, evangelical crusaders who preached throughout North America, Europe, the Middle East and Asia, and went on to live her own life all the while reaching out to others. Bernice's story is an inspiration to women - and men - of all denominations. Bernice was instrumental later in life in forming the Shiloh Society for co-op housing for families and seniors in and around Vancouver, the city she had reclaimed as home, and where she died at the age of 84, in 2008. ( Note that some of the background information of her early life has been taken by her from her earlier ( 1956 ) publication :' Converted in the Country'; there is some overlap with early info from that book, which was about her life up to 1956. ) This book is : " Today and for Life " by Reverend Bernice Gerard ; published by Welch Publishing , Burlington Ontario Canada 1988 Ha

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[EAN: 9781550110715], Neubuch, [PU: Gr Welch Co Ltd], Jacket, Handsome book ; chocolate brown faux leather over boards with Gold gilt title impressed on spine and front; in matching jacket with color photograph of Bernice as alderwoman on front, and smaller photo of her in front of microphone on Radio station CJOR 600 on back; cover design by Marilyn Baker. Inside the book are 226 pages , illustrated with 4 pages B&W matte photos, 6 pics in all, of: reproduction of Vancouver Sun newspaper carton from 1977 lampooning Bernice's stint as an alderman ; Bernice leading a silent walk past nude sunbathers on Wreck Beach and Spanish Banks, Vancouver ( only one nude man is visible in this pic, and he is sitting on a driftwood log with his back to the camera ) ; Bernice preaching at Seoul Full Gospel Church with Pastor Yonggi Cho ; with Malcolm and Kitty Muggeridge on the Walk for Life at Parliament Hill, Onttawa, 1973 ; photo of huge Vancouver billboard of Bernice planting a treee in Israel ; and B&W photo of front cover pic inside title page. Bernice Gerard has led a fascinating life and this is her autobiography. It is the story of a Christian woman who came from 'nobody, nowhere', and achieved success in the public arena as an evangelist , university chaplain, alderwoman , pastor, and founder of Fraserview Assembly; and became a radio and television personality and tireless campaigner on many issues of private and public morality. Throughout the book are lively anecdotes from her private life and her ministry; from the nudist beach near Vancouver, to the pro-life demonstrations in Ottawa, and pro-Israel support in Canada, to guest hosting on 100 Huntley Street, she travelled the world, preaching, lecturing, and participating in many inter-denominational conferences and ecumenical events. Whether on her own radio call in show, or as a frequent guest on religious television programmes, she proved with the way she lived her life that evangelicals can combine their private faith and social action to become the genuine 'salt of the earth'. Courageous , controversial, and profoundly spiritual, her background true story is as fascinating as a novel, from the true tragic tale of her mother about to give birth being rushed down the Fraser River on a fishing boat, and dying shortly after Bernice was born on Christmas Eve; to her adoption by a full blooded Native Indian woman who lived with a fishing community up the Fraser; to her identity crisis while a young girl, growning up an orphan, 'nobody's child', to her fight for religious freedom. She joined with sisters Jean and Velma McColl to form the McColl-Gerard Trio, evangelical crusaders who preached throughout North America, Europe, the Middle East and Asia, and went on to live her own life all the while reaching out to others. Bernice's story is an inspiration to women - and men - of all denominations. Bernice was instrumental later in life in forming the Shiloh Society for co-op housing for families and seniors in and around Vancouver, the city she had reclaimed as home, and where she died at the age of 84, in 2008. ( Note that some of the background information of her early life has been taken by her from her earlier ( 1956 ) publication :' Converted in the Country'; there is some overlap with early info from that book, which was about her life up to 1956. ) This book is : " Today and for Life " by Reverend Bernice Gerard ; published by Welch Publishing , Burlington Ontario Canada 1988 Ha

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781550110715
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1550110713
Hardcover
Publishing year: 1988
Publisher: Gr Welch Co Ltd, U.S.A.

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ISBN/EAN: 1550110713

ISBN - alternate spelling:
1-55011-071-3, 978-1-55011-071-5


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