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Stories I Love to Tell, his new book, is a compilation of tales that continue to move audiences. From stories about a chance meeting with Helen Keller at the Garden Tomb in the Holy Land to an astounding Jonah experience inside a whale to stories about a child growing up in a one-room shack, Gene knows how to spin an old-fashioned yarn.

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Written with the goal and hope to rescue as many people as possible from drowning in depression and potential suicide, Waking Up Dead is a powerful read certain to leave audiences moved and aware. Everything life takes, love restores. No matter how painful. No matter how devastating, God can transform our greatest sorrow into something good.

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Author and licensed parent and family educator Lori Wildenberg offers practical grace- and truth-filled ways of navigating your relationship with a detoured child whether they are rejecting faith, dabbling in sin, or wholeheartedly embracing sinful behavior. It explains the beliefs of these groups and how Biblical Christianity refutes their worldview. In no time short, Christians will go from a place of fear to fearless as they proclaim the real Jesus! Deb Waterbury gets real in The Lies that Bind, a very candid look into her own life as she exposes five specific lies that Satan told her about who she was and how those lies derailed her well into adulthood.

How can we break those bonds and what truths must we replace those lies with once we expose them to the light of truth? This book is a book of deliverance. Throughout time, the churches, organizations, cities, companies, and places that have changed their world in a changing world have been deeply intergenerational.

Being intergenerational allowed them to launch people and ideas, achieve their mission, and see greater impact. This book introduces readers to the three-part Creativity Framework they used, and what it looks like for the church today. We are all too familiar with our physical hunger and the guilt it often inspires. But God designed us to hunger—our hunger is good! It shows we are meant to depend on something outside ourselves for satisfaction. When Sarah and Tom Arthur were appointed to a suburban church after three years in an urban Christian community, they faced a unique challenge: Together with their friends and fellow church members Erin and Dave Wasinger, the Arthurs embarked on a yearlong experiment to implement twelve small practices of radical faith—not waiting until they were out of debt or the kids were out of diapers or God sent them elsewhere, but right now.

Have you ever wondered if there really is a Prince Charming? Would you give anything to meet him? Are you afraid to even think about finding true love or maybe have decided that there is no such thing? What if there is a perfect love — a relationship designed just for you? The author takes you on a journey using humor in the face of stark reality, as well as heartfelt compassion for those in comparable situations. Fairytale meets reality at the surprise waiting along the way. Life is full of interruptions.

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Take Your Life Back is the key to moving from reactive attitudes and behaviors to healthy, God-honoring responses that will help you live the life you were meant to live.

Bob Fife was raised in a small Ontario town by a Christian mother and an unbelieving father. The tensions made for a dysfunctional home and an uneasy life. But nothing prepared Bob for being sexually molested by an older boy he trusted—or what happened in his heart afterward.

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And it is, if marriage depends on a constant stream of romantic emotion, or even on copious amounts of time or money. Thank the Lord, none of those are necessary.

Two thousand years ago, Paul gave women the key to a successful marriage, and it can be summed up in two words: It can be hard to imagine. He thinks she blows things out of proportion. Neither of you can agree on the right course of action. In every marriage, there is conflict. And with every conflict, there is a choice for resolution.

Will you ignore the issue until it seemingly goes away? Or will you work together to find peace? Inside you will learn how to use all the tools the Head of the Church has already given you — your identity, your personality, and your life experience — to become a turnaround leader in your church. Missing Stars, Fallen Sparrows takes you to the heart of discovering and loving kids with disabilities.

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By studying the characters and ministries of six women from the bible, Dr. Waterbury then gives practical, step by step guidelines and suggestions on how each of us can find a place in our home churches where we can minister to other women. America is in the midst of a cultural and constitutional law crisis that began more than sixty years ago and was further exacerbated by the Supreme Court same-sex marriage decision.

How did we become a culture that lacks objective morality and embraces secular ideas, hinging on the majority whim of nine justices? How do we get back to being a biblicaly moral, upright society and recognizing the U. Constitution as supreme law of the land? This book is for every Christian who seeks to understand the times and our constitutional and cultural crisis.

Having a loved one who identifies as the opposite gender is very challenging to each member. I remember the first time I opened a Bible in search for answers. As you know the Bible does not state the word transgenderism, but it does inform us of the minds becoming a battlefield.

So where do we go to attempt to bring clarity to us? Still shaken by battles at sea, Arch notices his men also struggle with their nerves—and with drowsiness. Could there be a link to the large prescriptions for sedatives Lillian has filled? Too late they find he is also rabidly anti-Christian, and sets out eliminating all overt expressions of Christianity. Churches are disbanded, pastors are brainwashed, addicted to drugs or alcohol and given phony identities.

Where can help possibly come from? As someone who helped write a book advocating reparative therapy for gay people back in , it was with gut-wrenching love that my wife and I did not let our daughter go when she came out 16 years ago.

As a woman grows toward peace with God, she will grow in the joys of loving others, waiting on God with hope, and trusting Him fully. This eleven-week Bible study helps women discover that God is enough. What do science, history, and logic have to say about the reliability of the Bible?

This book presents in a profound way how the Bible reflects the true nature of reality. Reliable Truth is about seeing the world as it is while debunking the myths, legends, and false beliefs about the Bible. When Joey finds himself fighting to capture the heart of the girl of his dreams, something else takes him by surprise. Something he never could have imagined — and it changes his life — forever. Eighteen-year-old Joey has been in a car accident that has left him paralyzed.

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During the territorial and early statehood periods, Tucson was Arizona's largest city and commercial center, while Phoenix was the seat of state government beginning in and agriculture.

The establishment of Tucson Municipal Airport increased its prominence. Between and , Phoenix surpassed Tucson in population, and has continued to outpace Tucson in growth. In recent years, both Tucson and Phoenix have experienced some of the highest growth rates in the United States. The United States Census puts the city's population at , with a metropolitan area population at , In , Tucson ranked as the 32nd largest city and 52nd largest metropolitan area in the United States.

A major city in the Arizona Sun Corridor, Tucson is the largest city in southern Arizona, the second largest in the state after Phoenix. It is also the largest city in the area of the Gadsden Purchase. As of , The Greater Tucson Metro area has exceeded a population of 1 million. The city is located on the Santa Cruz River , formerly a perennial river, but now a dry river bed for much of the year that floods during significant seasonal rains.

Interstate 10 runs northwest through town, connecting Tucson to Phoenix in the northwest on the way to its western terminus in Santa Monica, California and to Las Cruces, New Mexico and El Paso, Texas in the southeast towards its eastern terminus in Jacksonville, Florida. I runs south from Tucson toward Nogales and the U. I is the only Interstate highway that uses "kilometer posts" instead of " mileposts ", although the speed limits are marked in miles per hour and kilometers per hour.

Similar to many other cities in the Western U. While this intersection was initially near the geographic center of Tucson, that center has shifted as the city has expanded far to the east, development to the west being effectively blocked by the Tucson Mountains. An expansive city covering substantial area, Tucson has many distinct neighborhoods. At the end of the first decade of the 21st century, downtown Tucson underwent a revitalization effort by city planners and the business community.

The primary project was Rio Nuevo, a large retail and community center that has been stalled in planning for more than ten years. Augustine Cathedral completed in As one of the oldest parts of town, Central Tucson is anchored by the Broadway Village shopping center. The shopping center was designed by local architect Josias Joesler and sits at the intersection of Broadway Boulevard and Country Club Road. The 4th Avenue Shopping District between downtown, the university, and the Lost Barrio just East of downtown, also have many unique and popular stores.

The El Con Mall is also located in the eastern part of midtown. Speedway Boulevard, a major east-west arterial road in central Tucson, was named the "ugliest street in America" by Life magazine in the early s, quoting Tucson Mayor James Corbett.

The street was called "The Speedway," from to about before the word "The" was taken out. Central Tucson is bicycle-friendly. To the east of the University of Arizona, Third Street is bike-only except for local traffic and passes by the historic homes of the Sam Hughes neighborhood. To the west, E. To the North, N. Mountain Avenue has a full bike-only lane for half of the 3.

To the south, N. Highland Avenue leads to the Barraza-Aviation Parkway bicycle path. South Tucson has a colorful, dynamic history. It was first incorporated in , and later reincorporated in South Tucson is widely known for its many Mexican restaurants and the architectural styles which include bright outdoor murals, many of which have been painted over due to city policy.

A combination of urban and suburban development, the West Side is generally defined as the area west of I Starting in about , a yearly tradition developed for freshmen to whitewash the "A", which was visible for miles.

However, at the beginning of the Iraq War , anti-war activists painted it black. This was followed by a paint scuffle where the "A" was painted various colors until the city council intervened.

It is now red, white and blue except when it is white or another color decided by a biennial election. Because of the three-color paint scheme often used, the shape of the A can be vague and indistinguishable from the rest of the peak. The top of Sentinel Peak, which is accessible by road, offers an outstanding scenic view of the city looking eastward.

A parking lot located near the summit of Sentinel Peak was formerly a popular place to watch sunsets or view the city lights at night.

North Tucson includes the urban neighborhoods of Amphitheater and Flowing Wells. Many of the city's most upscale boutiques , restaurants, and art galleries are also located on the north side, including St. The Plaza is directly adjacent to the historic St. Philip's in the Hills Episcopal Church built in Also on the north side is the suburban community of Catalina Foothills , located in the foothills of the Santa Catalina Mountains just north of the city limits.

This community includes among the area's most expensive homes, sometimes multimillion-dollar estates. La Encantada , an upscale outdoor shopping mall , is also in the Foothills. The expansive area northwest of the city limits is diverse, ranging from the rural communities of Catalina and parts of the town of Marana , the small suburb of Picture Rocks , the affluent town of Oro Valley in the western foothills of the Santa Catalina Mountains, and residential areas in the northeastern foothills of the Tucson Mountains.

The community of Casas Adobes is also on the Northwest Side, with the distinction of being Tucson's first suburb, established in the late s. Casas Adobes is centered on the historic Casas Adobes Plaza built in The attempted assassination of Representative Gabrielle Giffords , and the murders of chief judge for the U. The Foothills Mall is also located on the northwest side in Casas Adobes. East Tucson is relatively new compared to other parts of the city, developed between the s and the s, [ citation needed ] with developments such as Desert Palms Park.

It is generally classified as the area of the city east of Swan Road, with above-average real estate values relative to the rest of the city. The area includes urban and suburban development near the Rincon Mountains. Tucson's "Restaurant Row" is also located on the east side, along with a significant corporate and financial presence. Restaurant Row is sandwiched by three of Tucson's storied Neighborhoods: Harold Bell Wright Estates, [42] named after the famous author's ranch which occupied some of that area prior to the depression; the Tucson Country Club the third to bear the name Tucson Country Club , [43] and the Dorado Country Club.

Tucson's largest office building is East Broadway in east Tucson, completed in The first phases of Williams Centre, a mixed-use, master-planned development on Broadway near Craycroft Road, [44] were opened in Park Place , a recently renovated shopping center, is also located along Broadway west of Wilmot Road.

Near the intersection of Craycroft and Ft. Lowell Roads are the remnants of the Historic Fort Lowell. This area has become one of Tucson's iconic neighborhoods. In , the Fort was abandoned and much of the interior was stripped of their useful components and it quickly fell into ruin. In , three of the officer buildings were purchased for use as a sanitarium. The sanitarium was then sold to Harvey Adkins in The Bolsius family Pete, Nan and Charles Bolsius purchased and renovated surviving adobe buildings of the Fort — transforming them into spectacular artistic southwestern architectural examples.

Their woodwork, plaster treatment and sense of proportion drew on their Dutch heritage and New Mexican experience. Other artists and academics throughout the middle of the 20th century, including: The artist colony attracted writers and poets including beat generation Alan Harrington and Jack Kerouac whose visit is documented in his iconic book On the Road. This rural pocket in the middle of the city is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Each year in February the neighborhood celebrates its history in the City Landmark it owns and restored the San Pedro Chapel. Southeast Tucson continues to experience rapid residential development.

The area is considered to be south of Golf Links Road. The Atterbury Wash with its access to excellent bird watching is also located in the Southeast Tucson area.

The suburban community of Rita Ranch houses many of the military families from Davis-Monthan, and is near the southeastern-most expansion of the current city limits. Close by Rita Ranch and also within the city limits lies Civano, [45] a planned development meant to showcase ecologically sound building practices and lifestyles.

The mountain is named after 19th century botanist Sara Lemmon. She was the first documented European woman to ascend to the peak, accompanied by her husband and by local rancher Emmerson Oliver Stratton. Near the top of Mt. Lemmon is the town of Summerhaven. In Summerhaven, visitors will find log houses and cabins, a general store, and various shops, as well as numerous hiking trails.

Near Summerhaven is the road to Ski Valley which hosts a ski lift, several runs, a giftshop, and nearby restaurant. As one of the Southwestern United States 's 27 unique Sky Islands , [49] this science learning facility is open to the public. Tucson has hot summers and warm winters, and is almost always cooler and wetter than Phoenix because of its higher elevation.

In other words, it experiences a high net loss of water. The most obvious difference of climate from most other inhabited regions is the hot and sunny climate. This difference is a major contributing factor to a rate of skin cancer that is at least three times higher than in more northerly regions. Early summer is characterized by low humidity and clear skies; mid-summer and late summer are characterized by higher humidity, cloudy skies and frequent rain.

The monsoon can begin any time from early July to late July, with an average start date around July 3. It typically continues through August and sometimes into September. It begins with clouds building up from the south in the early afternoon followed by intense thunderstorms and rainfall, which can cause flash floods. The evening sky at this time of year is often pierced with dramatic lightning strikes.

Large areas of the city do not have storm sewers , so monsoon rains flood the main thoroughfares, usually for no longer than a few hours. A few underpasses in Tucson have "feet of water" scales painted on their supports to discourage fording by automobiles during a rainstorm. The weather in the fall is much like that during spring: Temperatures decline at the quickest rate in October and November, and are normally the coolest in late December and early January. Winters in Tucson are mild relative to other parts of the United States.

Although rare, snow has been known to fall in Tucson, usually a light dusting that melts within a day. The most recent snowfall was on February 20, when 2. Early spring is characterized by gradually rising temperatures and several weeks of vivid wildflower blooms beginning in late February and into March.

There are an average of Average annual precipitation is There is an average of 49 days with measurable precipitation. The wettest year was with The most precipitation in one month was 7. The most precipitation in 24 hours was 4. Annual snowfall averages 0. The most snow in one year was 7. The most snow in one month was 6. There is an average of Measurable precipitation falls on an average of 53 days. The most rainfall in one month was 7.

The most rainfall in 24 hours was 3. Snow at the airport averages only 1. The most snow received in one year was 8. According to the American Census Bureau , the racial composition of Tucson was as follows:. As of the census of , there were , people, , households, and , families residing in the city. The population density was 2, There were , housing units at an average density of 1, The racial makeup of the city was Hispanic or Latino of any race were There were , households out of which The average household size was 2.

In the inner-city, the population has The median age was 32 years. For every females, there were For every females age 18 and over, there were Much of Tucson's economic development has been centered on the development of the University of Arizona , which is currently the second largest employer in the city.

Davis-Monthan Air Force Base , located on the southeastern edge of the city, also provides many jobs for Tucson residents. Its presence, as well as the presence of the US Army Intelligence Center Fort Huachuca , the largest employer in the region in nearby Sierra Vista , has led to the development of a significant number of high-tech industries, including government contractors, in the area.

Roughly Tucson companies are involved in the design and manufacture of optics and optoelectronics systems, earning Tucson the nickname " Optics Valley ". One of the major annual attractions is the Tucson Gem and Mineral Show , and its associated shows, all held generally in the first two weeks of February.

These associated shows such as gems, jewelry, beads, fossils are held throughout the city, with 43 different shows in This makes Tucson's the largest such exposition in the world. In addition to vacationers, a significant number of winter residents, or " snowbirds ", are attracted by Tucson's mild winters and contribute to the local economy.

Snowbirds often purchase second homes in Tucson and nearby areas, contributing significantly to the property tax base. There are also a number of middle-class and upper-class Sonorans and Sinaloans who travel from Mexico to Tucson to purchase goods that are not readily available in Mexico.

According to Tucson's Comprehensive Annual Financial Report, [69] the top employers in the city are:. The Show is only one part of the gem , mineral , fossil , and bead gathering held all around Tucson in over 45 different sites. Since , the Tucson Festival of Books has been held annually over a two-day period in March at the University of Arizona.

By it had become the fourth largest book festival in the United States, with authors and 80, attendees. The Founders Award Winners are:. In addition to nationally known headline acts each evening, the Festival highlights over local and regional musicians on five stages is one of the largest free festivals in the country. All stages are within easy walking distance.

Organized by the Tucson Kitchen Musicians' Association, [74] volunteers make this festival possible. In addition, there are numerous workshops, events for children, sing-alongs, and a popular singer-songwriter contest.

Musicians typically play minute sets, supported by professional audio staff volunteers. A variety of food and crafts are available at the festival, as well as local micro-brews. All proceeds from sales go to fund future festivals. The fairs began in when Fourth Avenue, which at the time had half a dozen thrift shops, several New Age bookshops and the Food Conspiracy Co-Op, was a gathering place for hippies , and a few merchants put tables in front of their stores to attract customers before the holidays.

These days, the street fair has grown into a large corporate event, with most tables owned by outside merchants. It hosts mostly traveling craftsmen selling various arts such as pottery, paintings, wood working, metal decorations, candles, and many others.

Another popular event held in February, which is early spring in Tucson, is the Fiesta de los Vaqueros, or rodeo week, founded by winter visitor, Leighton Kramer. The exception to this is Presidio High a non-public charter school , which doesn't get either. Western wear is seen throughout the city as corporate dress codes are cast aside during the Fiesta. The Fiesta de los Vaqueros marks the beginning of the rodeo season in the United States. Every October for the past 30 years, Tucson Meet Yourself [77] has presented the faces of Tucson's many ethnic groups.

For one weekend, dancing, singing, artwork, and food from more than 30 different ethnicities are featured in the downtown area. All performers are from Tucson and the surrounding area, in keeping with the idea of "meeting yourself. The events are located in mid-century modern buildings and neighborhoods throughout the city and has highlighted the work of significant architects and designers who contributed to the development and history of southern Arizona including: Modeled on the Mexican holiday Dia de los Muertos Day of the Dead , it combines aspects of many different cultural traditions.

The Procession, held at sundown, consists of a non-motorized parade through downtown Tucson featuring many floats, sculptures, and memorials, in which the community is encouraged to participate. The parade is followed by performances on an outdoor stage, culminating in the burning of an urn in which written prayers have been collected from participants and spectators. Shops in Summerhaven on Mount Lemmon offer such items as jewelry and other gifts, pizza, and fresh-fruit pies.

The legacy of the Aspen Fire can be seen in charred trees, rebuilt homes, and melted beads incorporated into a sidewalk. Fourth Avenue, located near the University of Arizona , is home to many shops, restaurants, and bars, and hosts the annual 4th Avenue Street Fair every December and March.

University Boulevard, leading directly to the UA Main Gate, is also the center of numerous bars, retail shops, and restaurants most commonly frequented by the large student population of the UA.

El Tiradito is a religious shrine in the downtown area. The Shrine dates back to the early days of Tucson. It is based on a love story of revenge and murder.

People stop by the Shrine to light a candle for someone in need, a place for people to go give hope. The Biosphere 2 is a 3. The accomplished and awarded writers poets, novelists, dramatists, nonfiction writers who have lived in Tucson include Edward Abbey , Erskine Caldwell , Barbara Kingsolver and David Foster Wallace. Some were associated with the University of Arizona, but many were independent writers who chose to make Tucson their home.

The city is particularly active in publishing and presenting contemporary innovative poetry in various ways. Examples are the Chax Press , a publisher of poetry books in trade and book arts editions, and the University of Arizona Poetry Center , which has a sizable poetry library and presents readings, conferences, and workshops. Theater groups include the Arizona Theatre Company , which performs in the Temple of Music and Art, and Arizona Onstage Productions , a not-for-profit theater company devoted to musical theater.

Broadway in Tucson presents the touring reproductions of many Broadway-style events. The Gaslight Theater produces musical melodrama parodies in the old Jerry Lewis Theater and has been in Tucson since Tucson is considered an influential center for Mariachi music and is home to a large number of Mariachi musicians and singers. Tucson is well known for its Sonoran -style Mexican food.

The Sonoran hot dog is very popular in Tucson. Tucson is commonly known as "The Old Pueblo". While the exact origin of this nickname is uncertain, it is commonly traced back to Mayor R. When rail service was established to the city on March 20, , Leatherwood celebrated the fact by sending telegrams to various leaders, including the President of the United States and the Pope , announcing that the "ancient and honorable pueblo" of Tucson was now connected by rail to the outside world.

The term became popular with newspaper writers who often abbreviated it as "A. This in turn transformed into the current form of "The Old Pueblo".

In the early s, city leaders ran a contest searching for a new nickname. The winning entry was the "Sunshine Factory". The University of Arizona Wildcats sports teams, most notably the men's basketball and women's softball teams have strong local interest. The university's swim teams have gained international recognition, with swimmers coming from as far as Japan and Africa to train with the coach Frank Busch who has also worked with the U.

Olympic swim team for a number of years. They won the league in their inaugural season. The team, formerly known as the Portland Beavers, was temporarily relocated to Tucson from Portland while awaiting the building of a new stadium in Escondido.

The Sidewinders were sold in and moved to Reno, Nevada after the season. They now compete as the Reno Aces. As many as 10 MLS soccer clubs train in Tucson every winter. Tucson is also host to FC Tucson , an amateur-level soccer club. The Tucson Monsoon , a full-contact women's football team, is a member of the Independent Women's Football League where they have played since their inception in Rillito Downs is an in-town destination on weekends in January and February each year.

This historic track held the first organized quarter horse races in the world, and they are still racing there. The racetrack is threatened by development. The Moltacqua racetrack, was another historic horse racetrack located on what is now Sabino Canyon Road and Vactor Ranch Trail, but it no longer exists.

In , the Indoor Football League announced that they were bringing an expansion team to Tucson to play at the Tucson Convention Center 's newly-renovated Tucson Arena. That team would be announced as the Tucson Sugar Skulls. The city has more than parks, from small and local to larger parks with ballfields, natural areas, lakes, 5 public golf courses, and Reid Park Zoo.

Outdoor activities in the Catalinas include hiking, mountain biking, birding, rock climbing, picnicking, camping, swimming in mountain stream pools, sky rides at Ski Valley, fishing and photography. In winter with enough snow the sky ride converts back to skiing at the southernmost ski resort in the continental United States. Summerhaven , a community near the top of Mt. Lemmon, is also a popular destination. The League of American Bicyclists gave Tucson a gold rating for bicycle friendliness in late April Tucson hosts the largest perimeter cycling event in the United States.

El Tour de Tucson produced and promoted by Perimeter Bicycling has as many as 10, participants from all over the world, annually. Tucson is one of only nine cities in the U. The city is known for its winter cycling opportunities, with teams and riders from around the world spending a portion of the year training in Tucson's year-round biking climate.

Road cyclists take on Catalina Highway's steep climb year-round. In general, Tucson and Pima County support the Democratic Party , as opposed the state's largest metropolitan area, Phoenix, which usually supports the Republican Party. Congressional redistricting in , following the publication of the Census, divided the Tucson area into three Federal Congressional districts the first, second and third of Arizona.

The city center is in the 3rd District, represented by Raul Grijalva , a Democrat, since , while the more affluent residential areas to the south and east are in the 2nd District, represented by Republican Martha McSally since , and the exurbs north and west between Tucson and Phoenix in the 1st District are represented by Democrat Tom O'Halleran since Tucson follows the "weak mayor" model of the council-manager form of local government.

The 6-member city council holds exclusive legislative authority, and shares executive authority with the mayor, who is elected by the voters independently of the council.

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