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One life to give a path to finding yourself by helping others by Andrew Bienkowski

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Published by Experiment in New York .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Exiles,
  • Psychologists,
  • Existentialism,
  • Soviet Prisoners and prisons,
  • Logotherapy,
  • World War, 1939-1945,
  • Altruism,
  • Deportations from Poland,
  • Biography

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementAndrew Bienkowski with Mary Akers ; foreword by Gordon Livingston
ContributionsAkers, Mary
The Physical Object
Paginationxvii, 216 p., [2] p. of plates
Number of Pages216
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL27122373M
ISBN 101615190082
ISBN 109781615190089
LC Control Number2009937035
OCLC/WorldCa422762274

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One Life To Give is a book full of joy, thanksgiving, and wonder and probably unlike any other book you have read. It chronicles the work of a fearless man of God among often isolated peoples living lives consumed by profound spiritual and material poverty, suffering, fear, hopelessness, and unimaginable abuse and yet, ultimately, it is about victory over all of these!5/5(7). One Life to Give, written by Andrew Bienkowski with Mary Akers, is divided into fourteen chapters, each one a separate lesson derived from Bienkowski’s life as a child when he and his family were exiled from Poland to Siberia. They endured incredible suffering that the book can only really hint at/5. “One Life to Give is a compelling and heartwarming saga that will inspire, uplift, and move you to appreciate your loved ones and consider what you can contribute rather than get. Andrew Bienkowski brings a lifetime of experience as a soulful therapist to his account, and for that I Brand: Experiment, The. ' One Life to Give is a compelling and heartwarming saga that will inspire, uplift, and move you to appreciate your loved ones and consider what you can contribute rather than get. Andrew Bienkowski brings a lifetime of experience as a soulful therapist to his account, and for that I am deeply grateful.5/5(1).

One Life to Give: Pensate Profunde Paperback – January 1, by John R. Smyth (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsReviews: 1. Rick Blaisdells new book exists for those who are sincerely looking for hope and purpose in their lives. It is a living testimony of what God can do with a life given to Him in faith. The authors experiences prove that God opens the door, and makes the seemingly impossible, Edition: Expanded Text Edition With Photos. Only One Life to Give is a collection of stories of such individuals who live by the values of compassion, honesty and dignity. The collection is an attempt to create a circle of influence that encourages us to extend a helping hand to strangers, family and friends/5. One Life to Give-Living Water for Thirsty Souls This new book by Pastor and Author Rick Blaisdell, One Life to Give-Expanded Text with Photos, is the sequel to his original published work.   To the many readers who said, “ One Life to Give was a really good book, but I wish you had written in more detail”, this is the “more”.

“One Life to Give is a compelling and heartwarming saga that will inspire, uplift, and move you to appreciate your loved ones and consider what you can contribute rather than get. Andrew Bienkowski brings a lifetime of experience as a soulful therapist to his account, and for that I am deeply grateful. The greatest love you can show is to give your life for your friends. New American Standard “Greater love has no one than this, that one lay down his life for his friends. King James Bible Greater love has no man than this, that a man lay down his life for . The main reason for writing One Life to Give was to inspire and encourage the reader that no matter how our life may be at the moment, or how hopeless circumstances may be, if we are willing to give Christ our heart, there is no telling what He is able to do with us. Andrew Bienkowski’s One Life to Give is just such a book. Part self-help, part memoir, this little volume is an account of Bienkowksi’s experience as the now sole survivor of his Polish family’s forced Siberian exile in the s and the meaning he has made of it.5/5.