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Author : Sean Feucht
ISBN : 9781629115726
Genre : Religion
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What would radical integrity look like? We, as a generation, have lost our integrity. We struggle to be true to our countries, our families, our friends, and even ourselves. Many in the church have abandoned integrity and been swept downward into a spiral of hypocrisy and finger-pointing. How can we be full of the character of the kingdom? For the answer, internationally-known worship leaders Sean Feucht and Andy Byrd asked their “mothers and fathers in the faith” to explain what integrity really means. The result is a compilation full of insight and vulnerability on how to walk with integrity in communication, ministry, marriage, family relationships, leadership, personal finances, and times of trial.

Kingdom Gps

Author : Norman E. Hardman
ISBN : 9781606473191
Genre : Religion
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The Kingdom Agenda

Author : Mike C. Rogers
ISBN : 0965128806
Genre : Work
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The Contextual Character Of Moral Integrity

Author : Dita Šamánková
ISBN : 9783319895369
Genre : Psychology
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This book discusses outcomes of a study by the National Institute of Mental Health, Czech Republic, examining moral integrity in the post-communist Czech-speaking environment. Chapters map the history of the Euro-Atlantic ethical disciplines from moral philosophy and psychology to evolutionary neuroscience and socio-biology. The authors emphasize the biological and social conditionality of ethics and call for greater differentiation of both research and applied psychological standards in today’s globalised world. Using a non-European ethical system – Theravada Buddhism – as a case study, the authors explore the differences in English and Czech interpretations of the religion. They analyse cognitive styles and language as central variables in formatting and interpreting moral values, with important consequences for cultural transferability of psychological instruments. This book will appeal to academics and other specialists in psychology, psychiatry, sociology and related fields, as well as to readers interested in the psychology of ethics.

Go Get Your Stuff Using Kingdom Principles Common Sense To Enjoy The Life Of Your Dreams

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Raising Kingdom Kids Devotional

Author : Tony Evans
ISBN : 9781624054228
Genre : Religion
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The Raising Kingdom Kids Devotional is based on the biblical principles and concepts presented in the book Raising Kingdom Kids by Dr. Tony Evans. It offers 90 daily devotions for moms and dads who wants to raise their child with a Kingdom perspective, preparing them to take on the assignments God has for their lives. It also encourages parents as they embrace their God-given role in raising sons and daughters to become Kingdom men and women. This devotional provides overarching parenting principles from Scripture, along with teaching and inspiration for contributing to a child’s relationship with God and alignment under His plan. It also provides specific encouragement to parents as they live out Kingdom-minded values and instill them in their children—including the power of prayer, wisdom, loving God’s Word, getting through trials, controlling the tongue, developing patience, the surrender of service, and more.

Growing Kingdom Character

Author : Tom Yeakley
ISBN : 9781612911595
Genre : Religion
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We’ve all seen it before—experienced leaders failing due to some type of transgression. Author Tom Yeakley believes this happens because character flaws that were always present begin to come forward. Based on his 30-plus years of discipleship and coaching experience, Yeakley has developed Growing Kingdom Character to help current leaders challenge emerging leaders to intentionally developing their character. Teaching, exercises, and Bible study make this practical handbook a must-have for those involved in mentoring young leaders. The fruit will be integrity, maturity, and wisdom in a new generation of leaders.

The Peerage Of The United Kingdom Of Great Britain Ireland

Author : John Debrett
Genre : Gentry
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With Total Abandon

Author : Don M. Smith
ISBN : 9781598865806
Genre : Religion
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Does the church of today reflect God's glory? In Nehemiah's day, Jerusalem was supposed to reflect the glory of God. The world should have been able to look at Jerusalem and see God in all of His Glory, but instead the Bible says it was a reproach unto God. Don M. Smith, pastor of Firm Foundation Ministries of Centreville, Michigan, believes God wants to restore His glory back to the church today. In his book, "With Total Abandon," he teaches you how to be and to make disciples. Pastor Don helps you understand that the church is only as effective as the people it produces. For years, the church has not made it a priority to make disciples. The greatest threat to Satan's kingdom is not the mega churches of today, but it's when the church commits to making disciples. We have tried other ways, now why not do it the way Jesus did-disciple making. Pastor Don and "With Total Abandon" will help you see that to penetrate the world we must make disciples (Matthew 28:18-20). What do we want the world to see when they see the church-God's glory, or a reproach?

21st Century Pastor

Author : David C. Fisher
ISBN : 9780310877349
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The third millennium. It's a time of tremendous opportunity for the church--and tremendous challenge. More than ever, pastors need a model for ministry that can equip them for the rigors of a restless, increasingly secularized culture. In the 21st Century Pastor, David Fisher explores the apostle Paul's concept of ministry to offer a paradigm that is both biblical and relevant. Paul's view is fleshed out with examples from Fisher's own twenty-five years of pastoral experience, presenting a roadmap for today's pastor that is scholarly, practical, dynamic, and inspiring. The 21st Century Pastor first addressees crucial issues of pastoral identity, the significance of geography, time, and ecclesiology. It then explores Paul's metaphors for ministry (jars of clay, farmers and builders, servants and stewards, and others) to reveal an accurate portrait of an effective, biblical pastor--the kind who will speak to the heart of modern culture rather than languish on its fringes. Filling the rare role of a pastor to pastors, Fisher's sage insights help pastors answer their own identity questions, empowering them to minister to a deeply needy society. Says Fisher, "Pastors who know what time it is will, in the name and power of God, create communities of faith where the values of the Gospel are embraced, taught, and lived out."

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