Healing Our Broken Humanity

Author: Grace Ji-Sun Kim
Editor: InterVarsity Press
ISBN: 083087416X
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We live in conflicted times. We want to see justice restored because Jesus calls us to be a peacemaking and reconciling people. But how do we do this? Grace Ji-Sun Kim and Graham Hill offer ten ways to transform society, from lament and repentance to relinquishing power, reinforcing agency, and more. Embodying these practices enables us to be the new humanity in Jesus Christ.

Broken Humanity

Author: Faissal Alchaar
Editor: BoD - Books on Demand
ISBN: 918007667X
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Captain John Cooper, a man who has survived a global nuclear disaster that happened in 2078, finds himself in another universe in a wondrous city called Nopoly. But Cooper's new life will be destroyed by a lady who has a plan to free someone important to her from Nopoly. The ones who are responsible for the nuclear disaster that happened in Cooper's world will appear, showing the captain the madness that resulted in having broken humanity. Death will reach many souls but it can never affect hope, which will always be the light that shines the road to a better future; the hope that can heal this broken humanity.

Hide This In Your Heart

Author: Michael Frost
Editor: NavPress
ISBN: 1641582065
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Memorizing Scripture has been proven to be an essential, life-giving practice for spiritual growth. Those who memorize passages from the Bible can point to how it’s given them greater assurance of God’s love and a deeper understanding of how to follow Jesus. In this new resource by two leaders of the worldwide missional church movement, Scripture memorization is put to new use, helping believers in Jesus to become active partners in proclaiming and demonstrating that the Kingdom of God is living and active and good for the world. Join Michael Frost and Graham Hill on this journey into the Bible, learn how your brain can be formed and transformed by the Scriptures, and find yourself better equipped to live and declare the good news of Jesus Christ. Special features: 80 tear-out memory verse cards, featuring 4 translations: NIV, ESV, NLT, and MSG The tear-out verse cards use the BELLS method from the bestselling Surprise the World: Blessing others, Eating together, Learning Christ, Listening to the Spirit, Being Sent with a Missionary Focus Follows the familiar, easy-to-use approach of the Topical Memory System 20-week study immerses readers in each BELLS theme and accompanying memory verses Appendixes provide alternative schedules for regular study and memorization A recommended reading list supplements each theme in the BELLS method

Healing The Divide

Author: Amos Smith
Editor: Wipf and Stock Publishers
ISBN: 1620323656
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Healing the Divide is a bold call to understand Jesus according to the earliest lineage of Christian Mystics--a call to transform our dualistic minds and heal a divided Church.This book is a must-read if you find yourselffrustrated by the fundamentalist and new age polarization of twenty-first-century Christianity;bewildered by religious pluralism;searching for Christianity's elusive mystic core.Twenty-first century Christianity is in crisis, careening toward fundamentalism on the one hand and a rootless new age Christianity on the other. Twenty-first century Christianity is also reeling from the maze of religious pluralism. Smith addresses and tempers these extremes by passionately and succinctly revealing Jesus as understood by the Alexandrian mystics. The Alexandrian mystics are the most long standing lineage of early Christian mystics. Their perspective on Jesus celebrates creative tensions, tempers extremes, and reveals Christian mysticism's definitive core.

Reimagining Spirit

Author: Grace Ji-Sun Kim
Editor: Wipf and Stock Publishers
ISBN: 1532689241
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The Spirit presents itself to many as an enigma. Its existence is mysterious and complex, generating misunderstandings and unawareness of its true purpose. The Spirit’s ambiguous nature opens the opportunity for study to unearth the exciting truths that it holds. The Spirit is present in our world in various forms. This book aims to examine the Spirit as experienced in light, wind, breath, and vibration to help us uncover some of its aspects that invite us to work for climate justice, racial justice, and gender justice. The Holy Spirit has always been a mover and shaker of ideas and action. The Spirit’s presence moves, stirs, and changes us to become aware of the social ills in our world. The different ways in which we reimagine the Holy Spirit can challenge some traditional assumptions in Christianity and provide a liberative vision that allows us to work for social justice. The work of the Holy Spirit stirs us to work toward new kinships with God that are sustainable, just, and whole.

Real Austin

Author: Annie Vocature Bullock
Editor: Wipf and Stock Publishers
ISBN: 1621891968
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Christianity is simple. Love God. Love your neighbor. The rest is commentary. Simple in theory becomes much more difficult when your neighbor is a man in a dress who stinks like urine and a decaying, unwashed body. And yet, that's exactly who you find on a downtown bus: the homeless, the unsavory, the just plain weird. Drawing on the wisdom of the Desert Fathers and Mothers, this book explores one woman's complex and ambivalent interactions with the homeless. Stories about a persistent failure to acknowledge and honor the humanity of the homeless are evidence of the pervasive reality of human sin. But at the same time, there are moments of genuine kindness and humanity that stand as reminders that God brings new life from the brokenness of sin. These stories of days spent on a downtown bus move from unflinching self-reflection to a new awareness of God's presence. This is where the abstract becomes local, and where theology finally gets real.

Healing Breath

Author: Ruben L. F. Habito
Editor: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 086171508X
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Outlines a spiritual process to healing the self and supporting the earth while avoiding anger and destructive tactics, explaining how a life based on Zen philosophies as well as other spiritual and religious traditions can promote personal, social, and ecological benefits. Original.

Healing The Wounds Of The Past

Author: T. D. Jakes
Editor: Destiny Image Publishers
ISBN: 0768490308
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Healing the Wounds of the Past is T.D. Jakes at his best! Bringing years of home-grown wisdom and real-life experience to the forefront, he gives you what you need to once and for all put past hurts, struggles, and disappointments behind you. Based on solid biblical principles and modern-day realities, Healing the Wounds of the Past provides solutions for the tragedies and traumas you may have experienced and helps you move confidently beyond the past and into a life of joy, success, and abundance in God’s glory. Offering encouragement and loving guidance to a wide audience, this book is especially written for those who have been victimized physically, spiritually, or emotionally. T.D. Jakes, well-known and beloved mega-church pastor, delivers a comforting message that is empowering and enlightening.

Brother Help The Heroism Of Humanity And Benevolence In Every Age Etc

Author: BROTHER-HELP.
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A Quaker Miscellany For Edward H Milligan

Author: Edward Hyslop Milligan
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Ham Mishkan The Wonderful Tent

Author: David Austin Randall
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Servantship

Author: Graham Joseph Hill
Editor: Wipf and Stock Publishers
ISBN: 1620328240
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Servantship is essentially about following our Lord Jesus Christ, the servant Lord, and his mission--it is a life of discipleship to him, patterned after his self-emptying, humility, sacrifice, love, values, and mission. Servantship is humbly valuing others more than yourself, and looking out for the interests and wellbeing of others. Servantship is the cultivation of the same attitude of mind Christ Jesus had: making yourself nothing, being a servant, humbling yourself, and submitting yourself to the will and purposes of the triune God. Since servantship is the imitation of Christ, it involves an unreserved participation in the missio Dei--the Trinitarian mission of God. In this pioneering work, sixteen servants describe the four movements of radical servantship. Servantship is the movement 1.from leadership to radical servantship; 2.from shallowness to dynamic theological reflection; 3.from theories to courageous practices; and 4.from forgetfulness to transforming memory. Servantship recognizes, in word, thought, and deed, that "whoever wants to become great among you must be your servant, and whoever wants to be first must be your slave--just as the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give his life as a ransom for many."

Science And Health With Key To The Scriptures

Author: Mary Baker Eddy
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ISBN: 9780879523800
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A Residence In Tasmania

Author: Henry Butler Stoney
Editor: London : Smith, Elder
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Holding Up Half The Sky

Author: Graham Joseph Hill
Editor: Wipf and Stock Publishers
ISBN: 1532686137
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Women have played significant roles in ministry and leadership throughout the history of the church and the pages of the Bible. Today, women make up more than half the church, and do much of the mission, ministry, and discipleship in the life of the church. But women have often been held back from ministry roles. Graham Joseph Hill outlines the biblical vision for women in ministry and leadership. He offers a biblical and passionate call for women to be released to teach, to lead, to preach, to serve, to pastor, and to minister in every area of the church. The Bible paints a radical vision of women, empowered and emboldened for full ministry participation in Christ's church. The biblical vision for women and for their role as teachers, witnesses, disciplers, and leaders transforms not only personal lives, but also the church and the world. This book offers a biblical case for women teaching and leading in the church. Hill then explores practical ways that we can empower and release more female leaders in the church, and ways that we can amplify the voices and honor the gifts of women in the way Jesus intended. Together women and men can revitalize the church and renew the world.

Healing

Author: Francis MacNutt
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ISBN: 9780553104011
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The Complete Preacher

Author: Isaac Kaufman Funk
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Healing The Broken Hearted

Author: Terence P. Curley
Editor: Saint Pauls/Alba House
ISBN: 9780818907098
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On organizing a parish program to console the grief-stricken.

Called To Heal

Author: Ralph A. DiOrio
Editor: Doubleday Books
ISBN: 9780385182263
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A Roman Catholic priest discusses his special gift of healing and reflects on his unique ministry that emphasizes physical, mental, and spiritual healing