Jim Clark was arguably the best driver the world has seen and certainly one of the most versatile. He died when he was just 33 but by then the Scottish farmer's lad had surpassed the Grand Prix victory total of the legendary Juan Manuel Fangio. Even Fangio himself said he was the best ever driver. Clark started 73 races and won 25. He was World Champion in 1963 and 1965 and set Ford on its path to fame by pushing the Cosworth DFV engine to victory on its first F1 outing. He was also the first non-American to win Indianapolis 500.No one understands Jim Clark better than Eric Dymock, fellow Scot, long-time reporter on the racing scene at its highest level. Dymock has brought his definitive biography up to date by including in it what some contemporary heroes have to say about the man, and many previously unpublished photographs., Stunning production - virtual collector's edition, Endorsements from Dan Gurney and David Coulthard., Contains 50 new and unpublished photos.
Jim Clark shares his experiences as a highly successful film editor at a time when films were a true collaboration of talented individuals.The legendary "Doctor" Clark was the man who could make sick films healthy again. The role of editor in the collective, collaborative process that is the making of any film is massively important but not one that is generally recognized outside the small pond that is the filmmaking community. In this wonderfully enjoyable memoir, this point becomes steadily obvious, but it is made with subtlety, discretion, and modesty. The book is also a history of the post-war film industry in England and America as well as an autobiography. As William Boyd wrote in his Introduction, "The trouble with writing an autobiography is that you can't really say what a great guy you are, what fun you are to work with and hang out with, what insight and instinct you have about the art form of cinema, and how much and how many film directors are indebted to you."
It?s one thing to pastor, but quite another thing to know how to pastor effectively! In addressing this issue, 101 Things Every Pastor Should Know yields a wealth of ideas and practical application gleaned from the author?s fifty years of ministry experience. Practically every question a pastor could ask is discussed?from how to prepare sermons to how to deal with offenses to how to avoid burnout.Relevant, timely, and practical, this little book will instill confidence that you can fulfill the call of God on your life to take care of His sheep. The lessons extracted will not only make you a better pastor but will also encourage you to share with other pastors the ?101 things every pastor should know.?
If you only read this introduction I want you to know that things do happen for a reason, even if we do not know why. I believe people are put into our lives and it's up to us to make the most of those encounters. And, that you can find love within the most troubling times or darkest moments in your life, as well as in the lives of others. This is the story of a chance meeting and my commitment to do what that voice in my head, as well as my heart, said was the right thing to do. I would not wish the last year of Candy's life on anyone. She lived through "hell on earth," the death of her unborn child, being diagnosed with cancer, then discovering more about herself, her "real" friends, and the family she never knew she had.
Jim Clark is the founder of Ministers Training Institute which has been training five-fold ministry for thirty years. In apostolic form he has planted churches and has overseen pastors since the 1980's. Presently he spends his time writing "spiritually technical" books to assist present day ministry. He is the author of The Harmony of Proverbs, The Church and Present Day Apostleship, 101 Things Every Pastor Should Know, Romans, A commentary, A Brief Theology (encapsulated systematic theology). The is presently writing The Church in a Cultural Conflict.Jim was born in Connecticut in the 1930's; he received his BA from William Carey College, his MDiv from New Orleans Baptist Theological Semina...
Remember the simpler days before interstates when there was no such thing as a fast-food restaurant? After driving along a two-lane highway all day long and wanting to pick a place to eat, your mother would say, "Look for a place where all the trucks are stopped!" The trucks have all stopped at The All-American Truck Stop Cookbook, which contains more than 250 favorite truck stop recipes of the three million men and women who drive the 18-wheelers that keep America rolling. In addition, the book pays homage to the romance and true grit of trucking life. It includes colorful stories and scenic side trips through the history of America's trucking industry, including dozens of nostalgic photos of some of the early truckers and their rigs along with pictures of top truck stops of today and yesteryear. The All-American Truck Stop Cookbook is sure to please any fan of big rigs, life on the road, and great American food. So check your oil, fill it up, and get ready to dig into the delicious recipes and lore from beloved truck stops from across America.