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Lo que Esconde tu Nombre - Clara Sánchez

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August 1961 was a month to remember for Jim Pike. That was the month his song “The Way You Look Tonight” hit the charts at number thirteen in the nation. From that moment on, Jim Pike and The Lettermen would be known around the world. Jim had everything going for him. Then, in 1975 and at the height of his fame, he lost his golden voice. For the next decade, he spoke only in whispers.

August 1961 was a month to remember for Jim Pike. That was the month his song “The Way You Look Tonight” hit the charts at number thirteen in the nation. From that moment on, Jim Pike and The Lettermen would be known around the world. Jim had everything going for him. Then, in 1975 and at the height of his fame, he lost his golden voice. For the next decade, he spoke only in whispers.

If there’s one thing author Paul Sybert knows well, it’s the act of living life in the face of adversity. In The Kindness of Strangers, Sybert shares his life story and shows how he has confronted his fears and troubles and placed his trust in Jesus Christ.

If there’s one thing author Paul Sybert knows well, it’s the act of living life in the face of adversity. In The Kindness of Strangers, Sybert shares his life story and shows how he has confronted his fears and troubles and placed his trust in Jesus Christ.

Every spouse of a law enforcement officer fears that middle-of-the-night phone call. Author Lisa Simmons has lived that nightmare. On February 7, 2008, her fifty-one-year-old husband Randy Simmons responded to a “SWAT Call-Up” in Winnetka, California, where he was tragically killed at the hands of a deranged man during an eleven-hour hostage rescue standoff that resulted in a quadruple homicide.

Every spouse of a law enforcement officer fears that middle-of-the-night phone call. Author Lisa Simmons has lived that nightmare. On February 7, 2008, her fifty-one-year-old husband Randy Simmons responded to a “SWAT Call-Up” in Winnetka, California, where he was tragically killed at the hands of a deranged man during an eleven-hour hostage rescue standoff that resulted in a quadruple homicide.

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