Table of Contents Preface Chapter 1 - Introduction Chapter 2 - Car accidents Understanding our flaws Helping the victim Chapter 3 - Sports injuries Common sports injuries Walking through the cures Chapter 4 - Camping hazards The not so pleasant things while camping Weather issues Plants can be dangerous Bites Fractures General wounds Your camping companions Basic injury kit General items Emergency Conclusion References Author Bio Publisher Preface Survival of man has become slightly easier than that of other creatures, because of the modern techniques we have developed. We have enclosed and protected ourselves from the other species and the harmful aspects of natureby forming a separate society, but we still are in danger from ourselves through the activities we perform. This book intends to walk you through different scenarios of outdoor injuries that you might encounter while camping or travelling to and fro. Playing outdoors can be wearisome and without proper guidance one may not be able to perform effectively, and also get injured pretty quickly. Driving can create harmful scenarios and we will try and walk you through different techniques you can adopt to try and overcome such scenarios. What happens after going through an accident can be traumatic and confusing; having knowledge of how to deal with such situations can really come in handy. Camping guidelines are provided so that you can make the best choices for yourself and be out there to solely enjoy yourself and not to worry about anything. Hopefully, you have everything packed to tackle all situations and overcome all emergencies. All said, this book runs you through the times when you need help and guidance and that is what we have attempted to provide you with. With your common sense and better judgment, this book will complete your guide to outdoor adventures.
The fly fisherman is a unique breed of sportsman--he loves the sparkle of sunlight dancing off a trout stream, the surreal beauty of a mayfly hatch on a spring day, and the heart-thumping eruption of a surface strike by a large trout. Here Peter Kaminsky writes about the angler's passion and his pursuit of knowledge. He explains how long days without fish can teach you how to deal with failure and how releasing a caught fish can remind us about ethics. He offers inspiration to readers who love the sport as much as he does.
Elizabeth George, author of "A Young Woman After God's Own Heart" (more than 230,000 copies sold), offers another life-changing teen book-"A Young Woman's Guide to Making Right Choices."
Today's teens are bombarded with choices about attitudes, behaviors, friends, clothes, finances, and college. And with the rise of alcohol, drugs, sexual issues, and crime, they must make serious decisions daily.
Bible teacher Elizabeth George takes teens through the step-by-step process of making decisions that are life-affirming, godly, and wise in areas that include- managing emotions improving relationships developing confidence living in the center of God's will avoiding trouble and bad situations
Teens will discover checkpoints to use as guides for making decisions, and they will learn to take the long view when considering consequences. Young women will also realize the tremendous wisdom, guidance, and answers available in God's Word. "Great for individuals, small groups, and mentoring."
What is Christian baptism? Is it, as many believe, a mere symbol? When should someone be baptized? In A Christian's Pocket Guide to Baptism, Robert Letham answers such questions from Scripture. He reflects sensitively on historic Christian teaching and avoids the extremes that often mark discussions of this subject, making this a book for everyone. Letham's plain talk will not leave beginners bemused, nor will it frustrate those who want to make real progress in their theological understanding. It is a 'tragedy', says Letham, that Christians should think of baptism as 'the water that divides'. The sign of our union with Christ should unite Christians, not least because it does not focus on our actions, but on God's mighty deeds. Baptism belongs to him. It must always be administered in connection with faith, yet that does not mean Christians do anything to receive or to earn baptism. They are to be baptized solely because of God's gracious promises.
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