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42 Faith

Author : Ed Henry
ISBN : 9780718089054
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Jackie Robinson, Branch Rickey, and the hidden hand of God that changed history Journalist and baseball lover Ed Henry reveals for the first time the backstory of faith that guided Jackie Robinson into not only the baseball record books but the annals of civil rights advancement as well. Through recently discovered sermons, interviews with Robinson’s family and friends, and even an unpublished book by the player himself, Henry details a side of Jackie’s humanity that few have taken the time to see. Branch Rickey, the famed owner who risked it all by signing Jackie to his first contract, is also shown as a complex individual who wanted nothing more than to make his God-fearing mother proud of him. Few know the level at which Rickey struggled with his decision, only moving forward after a private meeting with a minister he’d just met. It turns out Rickey was not as certain about signing Robinson as historians have always assumed. With many baseball stories to enthrall even the most ardent enthusiast, 42 Faith also digs deep into why Jackie was the man he was and what both drove him and challenged him after his retirement. From his early years before baseball, to his time with Rickey and the Dodgers, to his failing health in his final years, we see a man of faith that few have recognized. This book will add a whole new dimension to Robinson’s already awe-inspiring legacy. Yes, Jackie and Branch are both still heroes long after their deaths. Now, we learn more fully than ever before, there was an assist from God too.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Journey In Faith

Author : Tara DeMaris
ISBN : 194302717X
Genre : Religion
File Size : 79.58 MB
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Has God been speaking to you about doing something more for Him? Does what He's asking you to do seem impossible or, maybe, even a little crazy? Have you felt insecure, inadequate, or unable to be who God has asked you to be? Join Tara and Amanda as they recount their faith journey from ordinary women to leading women's ministry through Titus II Woman Ministry as God had called them to do so. Through the forty-two faith building devotions you will learn how to: -Conquer doubt and frustration by putting faith and trust in God with all your life plans -Examine the pain of life and how God can turn it into something beautiful and usable -Experience more joy than you ever imagined through walking by faith -Recognize that you can live a life that says "yes" to God in all He has for you
Category: Religion

Gandhi S Pilgrimage Of Faith

Author : Uma Majmudar
ISBN : 9780791483510
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Documents the lifelong journey of faith—full of challenges along the way—that made Gandhi the enlightened spiritual leader we revere.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Fast Facts For The Faith Community Nurse

Author : Janet S. Hickman, MS, EdD, RN
ISBN : 9780826107138
Genre : Medical
File Size : 85.18 MB
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"Hickman has developed a great resource for nurses practicing in a faith community or who want to implement a program...This is an easy-to-use tool offering quick access to good information and insights for FCN practice."--Journal of Christian Nursing Faith community nursing integrates traditional nursing care with the spiritual and emotional needs of individuals as they strive to achieve wellness. This easy-to-use resource for busy nurses provides succinct, clinically based coverage of the faith community nursing practice. It is based on the American Nursing Association's (ANA) Scope and Standards for Practice of Faith Community Nursing, and presents the core concepts for establishing, maintaining, and evaluating a nursing practice within a community of faith. The book explains how to assess a faith community and design, implement, and evaluate nursing programs that meet the needs of its different populations across the life span. It explores various faith community nursing models along with their legal and ethical considerations, and the different roles available for faith community nurses. Meeting special needs within faith communities (acute care, chronic care, palliative care, grief, and loss) is addressed, as is serving its wide variety of vulnerable populations (elderly, impoverished, etc.). The foundations and practice of faith community nursing are also presented within the context of different faiths, including Christianity, Judaism, Islam, Hinduism, and Buddhism. Ideal in a clinical setting, this book will also be of value as a quick refresher for certifying as a faith community nurse. Key Features: A consistent, easy-to-use, pocket-sized format with bulleted lists for quick access to content Provides tools for designing programs for such diverse issues as grief, loss, chronic/devastating illness, palliative care, mental illness, domestic violence, and substance abuse Addresses faith community nursing practice within Christianity, Judaism, Buddhism, Islam, and Hinduism Includes management and leadership tips that can be immediately put to use Presents legal and ethical considerations
Category: Medical

The Victory Of Faith

Author : Julius Charles Hare
ISBN : UCAL:$B294308
Genre : Faith
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Category: Faith

Christian Ritualizing And The Baptismal Process

Author : Susan Marie Smith
ISBN : 9781630878146
Genre : Religion
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Most people, even non-Christians, know that Christians gather for worship once a week, and that they are right there to support each other when there is a baptism or a wedding or a funeral. But what about other poignant, vulnerable, or life-changing times? How does the church help people handle changes that in the past, in Christendom, were considered "secular"? Does the church have a role at retirement when one's ministry changes, or when a family's children leave home and familiar patterns seem to grind to a halt? Is there any rite possible for someone who is called to Christian ministry but not to ordination? Or to someone whose vows are broken in divorce? Christian Ritualizing and the Baptismal Process asserts that baptism marks the beginning of a process of participation in Christ's ministry, so that no part of life can finally be considered secular. Susan Marie Smith shows how every passage, healing, and ministry vocation is "holy," and she lays the groundwork needed for every church to create the rituals necessary to lament and celebrate the endings and beginnings that happen in every Christian life.
Category: Religion

Faith In The Fast Lane

Author : Ken Owen
ISBN : 0736910352
Genre : Religion
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Race cars, hot rods, motorcycles, BMX--racing has captured the heart of America. Ken Owen, president of Racers For Christ, draws on his love of fast-paced action and years ministering to professional drivers and their crews to create devotions that reveal God's wisdom, grace, and provision through the...- joy of car ownership- exhilaration of tracks and open roads- deep satisfaction of relationshipsFrom pit stops for maintenance and spiritual renewal to roaring under the checkered flag for the win and an opportunity to glorify God, readers will experience the excitement of racing and discover the freedom found in Christ.
Category: Religion

Prison Religion

Author : Winnifred Fallers Sullivan
ISBN : 9781400830374
Genre : Law
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More than the citizens of most countries, Americans are either religious or in jail--or both. But what does it mean when imprisonment and evangelization actually go hand in hand, or at least appear to? What do "faith-based" prison programs mean for the constitutional separation of church and state, particularly when prisoners who participate get special privileges? In Prison Religion, law and religion scholar Winnifred Fallers Sullivan takes up these and other important questions through a close examination of a 2005 lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of a faith-based residential rehabilitation program in an Iowa state prison. Americans United for the Separation of Church and State v. Prison Fellowship Ministries, a trial in which Sullivan served as an expert witness, centered on the constitutionality of allowing religious organizations to operate programs in state-run facilities. Using the trial as a case study, Sullivan argues that separation of church and state is no longer possible. Religious authority has shifted from institutions to individuals, making it difficult to define religion, let alone disentangle it from the state. Prison Religion casts new light on church-state law, the debate over government-funded faith-based programs, and the predicament of prisoners who have precious little choice about what kind of rehabilitation they receive, if they are offered any at all.
Category: Law