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The most fundamental flaw in society is fatherlessness. It is time to
delve into the roots of this problem in ourselves and in our
communities. It is time to recognize the impact of father wounds in our
own lives. Some of those wounds have created hell on earth, not heaven.
It is time to seriously take up the responsibility of fatherhood so
that the sins of our fathers will not continue to destroy God’s
marvelous intention for our lives. It is the time to recognize how a
world suffers when Father God is not taken seriously and when His ways
are not transferred by His image bearers.
This edition of the ESV uses the classic Pitt Minion format, characterised by an elegant typeface that is compact, yet easy to read. The text is presented in paragraph format with cross-references. This edition comes with black-letter text, printed on India paper, Smyth-sewn and bound with a ribbon marker in a brown calf-split leather.
So baie mense is moedeloos omdat hulle nie in staat is om hul lewe reg te ruk nie. Jy kán verander takel hierdie probleem deur te kyk na die grootste vals aannames wat mense aanhang:
• “Ek moet net . . . meer bid en Bybelverse ken”
• “As ek net . . . my verlede kon verander”
• “Solank ek . . . gesonder eet, fikser word en die regte medikasie kry”
• “Ek moet net . . . meer positief dink”
• “As ek net . . . aanvaarbaar kan wees”
• “As . . . omstandighede net kan verander”
Dié boek gee die oplossing om wel langtermynverandering te bewerkstellig: Herskepping danksy God se Woord en sy Gees. Elke hoofstuk sluit af met ’n toepaslike gebed en punte vir nadenke.
In 1893, Said Jureidini, an Arabic-speaking Christian from the Ottoman Empire, experienced an evangelical conversion while attending the Chicago World's Fair.Two years laterhe founded the first Baptist church in modern-day Lebanon. For financial support, he aligned his fledgling church with American Landmark Baptists and, later, Southern Baptists. By doing so, Jureidini linked the fate of Baptists in Lebanon with those in the United States. In Evangelizing Lebanon , Melanie E. Trexler explores the complex, reflexive relationship between Baptist missionaries from the States and Baptists in Lebanon. Trexler pays close attention to the contexts surrounding the relationships, the consequences, and the theologiesinherent to missionary praxis, carefully profiling the perspectives of both the missionaries and the Lebanese Baptists. Trexler thus discovers a fraught mutuality at work. U.S. missionaries presented new models of church planting, evangelism, and educational opportunities that empowered the Lebanese Baptists to accomplish personal and communal goals. In turn, Lebanese Baptists prompted missionaries to rethink their ideas about mission, Muslim-Christian relations, and even American foreign policy in the region. But Trexler also reveals how missionaries' efforts to evangelize Muslims came to threaten the very security of the Lebanese Baptists. Trexler shows how Baptist missionary theology and praxis in Lebanon had more to do with bolstering an insular Baptist identity in the U.S. than it did with engaging in interfaith relationships with Lebanese Muslims. Ironically, American Baptists' efforts to help ultimately spunoutof control and led to unintended consequences. Trexler's study of Baptists in Lebanon serves as a warning for missional identity everywhere, Baptist or not: missionary insistence on a narrow and politically useful definition of what it means to be Christian can both aid and undermine, build and destabilize.
This short board book, with bright, vibrant, and playful illustrations,
introduces young children to important parts of our
Faith the Mass and prayer. The tabs help children pick out
elements in each of the spreads, making this book an interactive
experience as well. 12 pages.
Key features: * Unique landscape page layout that encourages family engagement around the Bible * Over 400 interactions throughout, based on the themes of Think, Chat, Do, Create and Watch * Removable and reusable 'whiteboard' jacket, for writing, drawing and being creative * Loads of space inside for writing, doodling and drawing * 25 online videos that help guide, support and unpack the tricky bits as you journey through the Bible * An online community of Family Bible users, where you can share ideas, stories and offer each other support * Regular new content that can be downloaded or printed for free, with content based on feedback and suggestions from active users of the Bible
Discover a powerful and positive mindset each day of the year with uplifting insights and motivational Bible verses provided by #1 New York Times bestselling author Joyce Meyer. Find new mercies and blessings each day when you spend time with God: reading His Word, listening, and praying for His direction. When you do, God will strengthen and enable you to handle life peacefully and wisely instead of merely trying to get through the day. He will renew your strength and empower you to bear up under trials with patience, so you can experience them with a good attitude. Maintaining a positive view in the midst of something unpleasant is the key to victory, and it enables you to enjoy the journey! With the constant demands and pressures of daily life, it can be hard to regularly pause to be with and listen to God's voice. Joyce's practical teaching format in this 365-day devotional will encourage you to take the time for yourself so that you can receive Strength for Each Day!
James Leatt was nine when the Nationalist Party came to power, and eleven when he saw a documentary of the Allied forces liberating Nazi death camps. For most of his life the shadows of apartheid and the Holocaust have dogged his beliefs about faith, the meaning of life and the moral challenges humankind faces.
Conjectures is a philosophical reflection on his life and times as he grapples with the realities of parish work in black communities, teaching ethics in a business school under apartheid, managing a university in the dying days of the Nationalist regime, and eventually working in higher education in post-apartheid South Africa.
Weaving strands of his personal life with the questions of theodicy and modernity as well as drawing upon the Western philosophical tradition and the wisdom of East Asian traditions such as Taoism and Buddhism, he comes to terms with a disenchanted reality which has no need for supernatural or magical thought and practice.
He has learned to live with questions. If you no longer believe in God and a sacred text, what are your sources of meaning? What kind of moral GPS allows you to find your way? Is what might be called a secular spirituality even possible?
Conjectures traces the author’s search for a secular way of being that is meaningful, mindful and reverent.
Regina Press is proud to introduce Catholic Classics "TM" for Children. This new line features the artwork of William Luberoff and is edited by Rev. Victor Hoagland, C.P., and Sister Karen Cavanagh, C.S.J. This collection is ideal for schools, groups, parishes and individuals. A must for every child.
Do you ever feel like a spectator in God’s kingdom? Perhaps you know there’s something you should be doing, but you just can’t pinpoint it. Most of us want to make a big impact with our lives, but struggle with questions like:
• How can I be sure I’m not missing God’s will for me? • What role do my unique gifts play in building God’s kingdom • How do I make sure I live up to my God-given potential? • Is my calling less significant if I’m not in “ministry”? • How do I balance resting in God’s grace with meaningful actions for His kingdom? • How do I break fear and move forward even when it feels uncertain and risky?
In this profound book, best-selling author John Bevere relies on a careful exploration of Scripture and uses powerful stories to help you think differently about your calling and why it’s so important to God. As you turn these pages, you’ll be empowered to multiply your God-given gifts and step into your potential.
If you’re ready to trade inaction for greater purpose, your journey begins here.
Fear is the devil's favorite tool in the toolbox of schemes he uses to
destroy God's good plan for you. He uses it to hold you back and
prevent progress in your relationships, career, and more.
Remember, courage isn't the absence of fear; it is learning how to move forward in the presence of fear. Courageous people do what they believe in their hearts they should do, no matter how they feel or what doubts fill their minds. When you take ownership of your problems and open your heart to God, He will help bring light into darkness so that you can be free.
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