The Salazar family was an honest and humble family which only sought to get ahead in life through hard work, but their world took a complete turn when a grave accident took place. The story revolves around the family's struggle to survive, with the help of a little animal that unexpectedly warmed their hearts and gave them back their smile. Filled with lovable characters, this book will make you cry with both sadness and joy as it teaches a lesson of what really matters most in life. This simple story was written with love to inspire the young and give joy to the young at heart.
With a troubled past, Jonah Fontenot was on his own at an early age. Forced to quickly adapt, he became what he is today. Lessons is a collection of love and reality of Jonah Fontenot as he faced through hardship and past experiences.
Breeding Ground for Corruption is a challenging text in which many case examples of police corruption are paired with contemporary research. Garrison's knowledge of how police corruption disintegrates careers; she incorporates numerous statistics to provide a foundation for a police corruption theory. The theory - Garrison's Deviance Conformity Theory addresses leading denominators in police corruption. This book is a poignant look into the mental health issues and real-time police corruption cases that follow officer's across the United States.
The Calling from God shares an in-depth analysis of various callings to individuals to preach from a Biblical standpoint. It comes in unique ways for each individual. So, the exact nature of the calling from God is difficult, at best, to describe for it does not lend itself to any private interpretation, especially to someone not privy to the calling.
Within the text, the reader will learn about the struggles of various people with God and within themselves. All experiences are coercing, demanding, and cajoling for sure. However, the one called has to determine within oneself what God’s will is for him/herself.
The Calling from God will serve as a guide to those seeking answers about their possible destiny. The book takes the approach that many are called, only a few answers because of uncertainty. The book will help one decide what to do based on their life-changing experiences with the power of the Lord Jesus Christ. The ones called must make sure of their calling, for there is much to do for the harvest is great. This book shows in detail some of the preparation needed as one grows in service to the calling from God.
All Christians are called by God the Father to be witnesses of His resurrection power by grace through faith in the Lord Jesus Christ. For sure, a call in in any form lays a heavenly claim upon the one called. This book helps one understand the calling from God, and will help one to reach a sound decision based on their life and experiences in comparison to selected Biblical callings.
The Calling from God will serve a reference manual and a valuable source of information for anyone thinking about answering or has answered the call from God. The decision to serve is very personal as you will learn from the book The Calling from God and many Biblical examples.
If you are struggling with the decision to serve or not to serve, this book is for you. You will know after reading The Calling from God if you one of the few chosen to serve and trust God’s wisdom in leading you to point others to the uplifted Christ.
Will you answer the call from God? The alternative is to wrestle with the Spirit, as conviction works slowly and agonizingly in the soul. This book is a must read.
Designs to study, color and mount are accompanied by discussions of significance and style. Major designs are printed on one side of paper only and can be detached for painting or application of other coloring media. Instructions are given for simulating stained glass windows. Including a map of the location of the historic houses of worship is provided with suggestions for walking tours. Hints for successfully photographing stained glass windows are included.
This is a documentary on leadership from the Bible and how the Patriarchs depended on God for direction and guidance. It is an example for both Christian and secular leaders.
The material in this book is brought to you from a personal viewpoint; hopefully it will inspire those of you who read it to step out into the ranks of Leadership with renewed hope and ambitions.
There is nothing, as satisfying as being a servant and helper to all who recognize the position of Leadership and finding real pleasure in supplying the wants and needs of their leader.
Without healthy competition the leader and the organization will fail. This is what makes our free enterprise system work. We should know who we are and be the best we can and do the best we can at what we do. But we should not be so prideful that others don't count. The leader should be able to appoint leaders from the group he leads.
In Leadership one of the best ways to practice Christ likeness is to start each day with this question. Who can I serve today? Remember Jesus in His leadership of the twelve Apostles, He showed humility. And that made Him a good leader.
Remember a leader should always be respected to get the job done. One important thing we must remember we should not get to the point where we feel we are indispensable. Our most important commodity is time.
The Truth about Christianity explores the irreconcilable differences between the Christian faith and those who challenge the Bible as a book of myths and fairy tales. Most people believe modern science has rendered belief in Scripture as ingeniousness. Christians vehemntly fight that label. Pragmatically though, the truth can be determined using reason, logic, and indisputable science. Deceived uses these paradigms to guide to the inevitable conclusion about which worldview can be supported by the facts and not a person's own personal preconceptions, something everyone has, whether they wish to admit it or not.
Rain drops, mixed with tears slid down his branches. He was the last tree on the lot. It was almost Christmas and he had no home. Children laughed and giggled, but no one looked at him. He tried to wiggle his branches. Will this Christmas tree ever find a home? Or will he be alone on Christmas Eve?
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