Reach for the happiness that lies beyond hardship and heartache. A lost job, a shaky marriage? Loneliness, frustration, or feelings or failure? A family tragedy or a serious illness? Life is full of tough times that can leave us feeling lost and helpless. But Dr. Billy Graham, who has brought wisdom and inspiration to millions of people around the world wisdom and inspiration to millions of people around the world, shows you how to triumph over pain an uncertainty and discover an inner strength you might otherwise have never known. You'll learn: How to turn the "why" of suffering into the "how" of faith. How to stop resentment and bitterness from stopping you. How failure can groom you for future success. How to store up strength for storms before they break. Prayers as a way of life-a first resort, not a last gasp! Life as a schoolroom for the afterlife. And much more. . .
This book tells the story of hip hop and its controversial past through a variety of sources. The first topic examined is why this discussion is important. Simply stated, the controversies that embroil the discussion of hip hop and its role in representing a generation can no longer be ignored. Hip hop is destined to be a permanent part of our cultural landscape. Even if it is eventually replaced by something new or its popularity wanes, its story and legacy will always hold valuable lessons.
This title offers an introduction to leadership in the church from a practical and theological point of view. This book explores Church leadership in the context of the 21st century and to ask how it must change and adapt while being true to its roots; it brings together insights from theology, history, and the social sciences in a way that will show that it has much to learn from contemporary leadership studies while also being different in important ways. Many leadership studies either ignore the need for leadership to be properly ecclesiologically grounded and hence risk simply uncritically importing secular models, or put forward a simplistic biblical view of leadership which fails to make creative use of what can be learned from secular studies. To ignore the present context of the Church, as some studies do, is to fail to see how previous explorations of Church leadership are based upon assumptions or presuppositions which are no longer valid thus perpetuating anachronistic models of leadership and the Church that hinder its ability to move forward. The book will attempt to redress these imbalances.
Are you ready for a relationship with Jesus? Do you have time? Are you prepared for a commitment? Do you want a relationship with benefits? I am ready for more than a religion. This is a promise of everlasting love.
The so-called "First Synod of St Patrick" is a short (less than 4 pages) collection of assorted rules for the behaviour of (probably) Irish clergy and laity, possibly originating from the sixth or seventh century. The single manuscript itself is probably from the ninth or even tenth century. This volume prints the results of a symposium held by a group of scholars in Belfast to discuss various aspects of the text and its background. With the text itself in Latin with English translation, a commentary on it, and photographs of the manuscript, the editor and contributors provide a useful glimpse of a difficult but fascinating era in early medieval history.
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