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Knowing Who I Am

Author : Earl M. Middleton
ISBN : 1570037159
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Follows the life of an African American man who served in World War II, started what became the largest real estate firm in Orangeburg, South Carolina, was involved in the Civil Rights Movement, and was elected to the state assembly.

Knowing Who I Am

Author : NIANELL
ISBN : 9781401940232
Genre : Self-Help
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Wherever she goes the popular South African recording artist and celebrity Nianell offers this important, inspiring message: Every one of us should love ourselves. When we learn how to love ourselves unconditionally, we will be able to experience a life worth living and also inspire and touch the people around us. Then we not only make a difference in our own lives, but also in the lives of others. In her first book, Knowing Who I Am, Nianell tells how she has learned to love herself. She takes the reader on a journey through her life, from being a shy, withdrawn schoolgirl to becoming the acclaimed singer/songwriter she is today. Like most people, Nianell has had to face challenges, and she offers an honest and unpretentious account of her personal experience of suffering, the struggle to belong, love, womanhood, being a mother of triplets, and being a star. Her personal stories, many shared with the public for the first time, illustrate how she discovered who she really is and how she came to the point of accepting herself and her worth. Nianell’s descriptions of her experiences will touch your heart, inspire you, and help you realize the value of accepting and loving yourself as you are. Knowing Who I Am is an enjoyable combination of biography and inspiration. It is a reading and growing experience that will remain with you long after you have finished the book. The eBook comes with a special link so you can download some of Nianell’s most inspiring songs.

I Am

Author : Michele Cushatt
ISBN : 9780310339816
Genre : Religion
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From the moment a woman wakes until she falls, exhausted, on her pillow, one question plagues her at every turn: Am I enough? The pressure to do more, be more has never been more intense. Online marketing. Self-help books. Movies, magazines and gym memberships. Even church attendance and social media streams have become a means of comparing ourselves to impossible standards. Am I pretty enough? Hip enough? Spiritual enough? We fear the answer is “No.” When a brutal bout with cancer changed how she looked, talked, and lived, Michele Cushatt embarked on a soul-deep journey to rediscover herself. The typical self-esteem strategies and positivity plans weren’t enough. Instead, she needed a new foundation, one that wouldn’t prove flimsy when faced with the onslaught of day-to-day life. With raw personal stories, rock-solid biblical teaching, and radical truths on which to rebuild your life, I Am will help you: • End the barrage of negative self-talk with an empowering new narrative. • Refuse to ride the rollercoaster of others’ opinions and start believing what God’s says about you. • Stop agonizing over past regrets and failures and make peace with God’s sovereign plan for your life. • Leave insecurity behind as you exchange temporary fixes for an identity established on God’s unchanging affection. I Am reminds us that our value isn’t found in our talents, achievements, relationships, or appearance. It is instead found in a God who chose us, sent us, and promised to be with us—forever.

A Glimpse Of The Kingdom In Academia

Author : Irene Alexander
ISBN : 9781621895398
Genre : Religion
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University is a major way that our society prepares professionals and leaders in education, health, government, business, arts, church--all components of our communal lives. Although the beginnings of the first universities were Christian, academia has become more and more adrift from these foundations. We have lost not only the union, the interwovenness of theological and academic understandings, but also the relational and communal process of learning which teaches students to be other-centered in their practice. A Glimpse of the Kingdom in Academia tells the story of the social sciences department of a small Christian university that took seriously the mandate to prepare their students to be salt and light in a secular society. Here are stories of the transformation in students' lives, as well as description of classroom practices, and the epistemological theory behind those practices. The book explores academic knowing, Christian worldview, relational epistemology, inner knowing, and wisdom--all ways of knowing that a Christian university should teach. The process of transformation, the context of community, and the bigger picture of life's journey and changing images of God are identified as important aspects of kingdom life in academia. The institutional setting is also critiqued with the recognition that power practices need to align with the kingdom of the Christ who emptied himself.

Knowing Who You Are

Author : Malcolm Gill
ISBN : 9781498218054
Genre : Religion
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Throughout the history of the church, many excellent books have been written addressing the theological significance of Christian identity. Such works have delineated important doctrines such as adoption, justification, and sanctification. While these studies of being "in Christ" have been fruitful, and numerous, they have often neglected one of the most useful tools in understanding Christian identity, namely, the use of metaphor. A search of Scripture reveals that Jesus and his apostles frequently utilized images from everyday life to illustrate spiritual truths about our identity. In this fresh work, Knowing Who You Are invites the reader to explore eight lesser-known images of Christian identity found in the New Testament. Among others, the author investigates how being a Christian is like being a boxer in ancient Corinth, a citizen in Philippi, a farmer in Galilee, and a sheep in a flock. This engaging assessment of first-century images will draw the reader in and leave them challenged, encouraged, and often surprised as they discover afresh what it means to be "Christian."

Beyond Knowing

Author : Janis Amatuzio
ISBN : 9781577316343
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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A collection of life-affirming stories about the intimate connections between the dying and their loved ones includes such inspirational tales as a woman who remembers dancing with her husband when hearing a favorite song, a faithful dog who sleeps beside his elderly human one last time, and the appearance of monarch butterflies at a young girl's funeral.

I Am

Author : Edith Juxon-Smith; Madeline Johnson
ISBN : 9781504941556
Genre : Self-Help
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This book is dedicated to all the young or older persons who may have gone through any types of abuse, and are currently struggling in upholding their self-esteem, image and wellness. Madeline & Edith have carefully selected and compiled these encouraging words as a starting point to address your psychosomatic (mental, emotional, spiritual and or your inner man) challenges. We have kept the literature short but direct so that beginners can easily digest them as a spiritual medicine as and when needed. Proverbs 18:21. We acknowledged the demands and dynamics of our society and the less time we have to reflect, meditate and appreciate who we truly are and why we are here on earth. In the last years, Edith and I have encountered so many struggles and challenging times, but with the help of these simple but positive psychological affirmations; we were able to thrive and overcome. We strongly believe that it’s time we share our simple but robust discovery which we believe you might find useful as we did, in navigating your world. Especially for those who are overloaded with life’s burden and may not have the privilege to speak to specialists or someone about how they feel or think.

Knowing God S Will

Author : Rose Publishing
ISBN : 9781628621105
Genre : Religion
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The Twelve Disciples - The Life and Ministry of Jesus' 12 Disciples

Knowing The Terror Of The Lord

Author : Merienne Lynch
ISBN : 9781469106083
Genre : Religion
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Every pastor, teacher, anyone in leadership in the church needs to read this book. There are answers in here as to why those in leadership go through the things that they do, and why they seem to fail when they needed to be victorious. It answers many questions about the anti-Christ, and why so many are looking in all the wrong places for not only the anti-Christ but the rapture.It answers questions as to why people are not delivered, and helps believers see themselves as God sees them, in the mirror of the Word. It is a guide to understand how to use the God-given guide, the Bible, and how each person should possess their vessel in honor. It is God's love letter to His church.

The Enabled Life

Author : Roy McCloughry
ISBN : 9780281071111
Genre : Religion
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As a much-published author, social commentator and academic, Roy McCloughry is ideally placed to make the latest theological thinking about disability accessible to a wide audience. As a person living with epilepsy who regards his condition, as a 'strange gift' from God - he brings rich personal experience of what it's like to live as a disabled person in a world where acceptance frequently relies on the appearance of normality. Attitudes in the Church too can be strangely unsettling. People are often embarrassed or fearful in encountering disabled people, who are, if the Bible is to be believed, at the heart of the kingdom of God. After all, God does not want us to conform to society's stereotype of what is normal, but to celebrate diversity by delighting in who we are. We do not need to be 'cured' to know God's healing, empowering love in our lives. Indeed, as Roy's deeply moving interview with Jean Vanier underlines, the 'abled' may well discover their true humanity through learning from those whose humanity has sometimes been called into question.

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