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Mother Teresa Revised Edition

Author : Kathryn Spink
ISBN : 0062105930
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Mother Teresa of Calcutta was the founder of the Missionaries ofCharity and winner of the Nobel Peace Prize, but her story is so much moreremarkable. From her childhood in the Balkans to her work in India, from attendingthe victims of war-torn Beirut to pleading with George Bush and Saddam Husseinto choose peace over war, Mother Teresa was driven by a mighty faith. Newly revised and updated, this edition includes a personal insight into thebeatification and continuing process of canonization for Mother Teresa, theongoing work of the Missionaries of Charity, and her “dark night of the soul.” Mother Teresa consistently claimed that she was simply responding to Christ’sboundless love for her and for all of humanity, bringing to the world a great lessonin joyful and selfless love. This book is a glimpse into her extraordinary faith,work, and life.

Mother Teresa

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Women In Leadership

Author : Karin Klenke
ISBN : 9781787432772
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The 2nd edition of this book, originally published in 2011, captures many significant recent developments and achievements in women’s leadership. Women in virtually every context discussed in the book--politics, sports, business, technology, religion, military and international--have made dramatic gains in attaining leadership roles and positions.

Biblical Principles Of Hiring And Developing Employees

Author : Bruce E. Winston
ISBN : 9783319705279
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This book begins with the scriptural support for person-organization fit and person-job fit. The book then examines scriptural support for the four-Cs of people’s work-fit: Calling, Competence, Confidence, and Character. Finally, the book uses Acts 6:1-7 as a basis for identifying the type of people one should look to hire. The book covers two development concepts: Nomos, about ruling in an organization, and progressive responsibility from Luke 16:10. The chapters present the concepts from a scriptural base and include composite case examples that relate to contemporary organizations.

Mother Teresa

Author : Amy Ruth
ISBN : 0822549433
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A biography of the nun who founded the order known as the Missionaries of Charity to work with the sick and destitute in Calcutta and other places and who was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1979.

Mother Teresa

Author : Navin Chawla
ISBN : 1862042225
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Describes Mother Teresa's mission of faith and the principles that guide her, and recounts anecdotes of her effect on the world, from peace-making efforts with heads of state to her prayers for a dying child

Blessed Mother Teresa

Author : T. T. Mundakel
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This authorized biography of a much-loved woman is remarkable for its readable narrative and intimate account of the life of Mother Teresa of Calcutta, often told in her own words, thus making it stand above the many books written about this contemporary saint both before and after her death. Its publication coincides with her beatification on October 19, 2003. Author T.T. Mundakel spent many hours with Mother Teresa; his skillful integration of her own words describing the events, decisions, and challenges of her life enhance the simple and compelling account of her struggles, her unending confidence in God, and her work among the poorest of the poor in India. Following her life from her childhood in Albania, via Dublin, to the streets of Calcutta, Blessed Mother Teresa exudes love, dignity, and faith. The book was originally written in the Malayalam language (one of the many Indian languages) and translated into Hindi in 1998, winning the prestigious Kakkassery award for the best biography published in India. The new translation into English is as befittingly gracious as its subject. Blessed Mother Teresa was written with the full cooperation of Mother Teresa and after her death, with the endorsement of the Missionaries of Charity, the order she founded.

Mama Maggie

Author : Marty Makary
ISBN : 9780718022044
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From marketing maven to angel of the garbage district—the inspiring authorized biography of Maggie Gobran, the “Mother Teresa of Egypt.” Since 1997, Maggie Gobran and her organization Stephen’s Children have been changing lives in Cairo’s notorious zabala, or garbage slums. Her innovative, transformational work has garnered worldwide fame and multiple Nobel Prize nominations, but her full story has remained untold—until now. Bestselling authors Martin Makary and Ellen Vaughn chronicle Mama Maggie’s surprising pilgrimage from privileged child to stylish businesswoman to college professor pondering God’s call to change. She answered that call by becoming the modest figure in white who daily navigates piles of stinking trash, bringing hope to the poorest of the poor. Smart and savvy, as tough as she is tender, Maggie Gobran is utterly surrendered to her mission to the “garbage people” who captured her heart. At her request, the book also spotlights the people she serves—the men, women, and children who prove every day what a little bit of help and a lot of love can do.

A Universal Heart

Author : Kathryn Spink
ISBN : 1579995683
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"The authorized biography of the man who made the phenomenon of Taizé possible. It is the story of a life which took Brother Roger, the ... founder and leader of the Taizé community, from the slums of Calcutta and New York's Hell's Kitchen to the United Nations building and the great cathedrals of Europe.

Reconciling All Things

Author : Emmanuel Katongole
ISBN : 0830878300
Genre : Religion
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2009 Christianity Today Book Award winner! Our world is broken and cries out for reconciliation. But mere conflict resolution and peacemaking are not enough. What makes real reconciliation possible? How is it that some people are able to forgive the most horrendous of evils? And what role does God play in these stories? Does reconciliation make any sense apart from the biblical story of redemption? Secular models of peacemaking are insufficient. And the church has not always fulfilled its call to be agents of reconciliation in the world. In Reconciling All Things Emmanuel Katongole and Chris Rice, codirectors of the Center for Reconciliation at Duke Divinity School, cast a comprehensive vision for reconciliation that is biblical, transformative, holistic and global. They draw on the resources of the Christian story, including their own individual experiences in Uganda and Mississippi, to bring solid, theological reflection to bear on the work of reconciling individuals, groups and societies. They recover distinctively Christian practices that will help the church be both a sign and an agent of God's reconciling love in the fragmented world of the twenty-first century. This powerful, concise book lays the philosophical foundations for the Resources for Reconciliation, a new series from InterVarsity Press and the Center for Reconciliation at Duke Divinity School which explores what it means to pursue hope in areas of brokenness in theory and practice.

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