GRIEVE LIKE A MAN

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Grieve Like A Man

Author : Jonathan Fann
ISBN : 9780736942379
Genre : Religion
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Grief. It's a messy, hard path...yet it's a journey everyone will take at some point in life. When men walk that road, they often find they're not given the freedom to grieve as they need to. Author Jonathan Fann has been there, having lost two children and his father in less than 18 months. Grieve like a Man offers men a practical guide to navigating the path of grief in a culture where men are taught to be tough. The author also provides insight for wives, mothers, sisters, and friends into how men grieve differently than women and how they can come alongside the men in their lives who are hurting from a loss. Readers will learn how to face grief that occurs, not just in the case of death, but also during the loss of a marriage, jobs, and even a man's hopes and dreams. An encouraging book for every man dealing with loss.
Category: Religion

The Wonder Of Heaven

Author : Ron Rhodes
ISBN : 9780736931946
Genre : Religion
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Increasing economic and cultural instability is leading North Americans to wonder more and more about existence beyond death. Many sources--some trustworthy, some not--are offering opinion, conjecture, and comforting words. Noted Bible teacher Ron Rhodes, bestselling author of "Angels Among Us, " goes to the Scriptures, God's gift to help us live on earth in a way that prepares us for heaven. He tackles the important questions: What is the moment-of-death transition actually like? In what state will believers exist? Will they know loved ones? What will God's people do in eternity? What will it be like to live with God forever? "The Wonder of Heaven" punctures the notion of a harp-strumming, do-nothing eternity. After glimpsing their home with God--and with people as God meant them to be--Christians will be filled with an anticipation that makes their lives brighter, stronger, and more effective today. Includes some material from the book "Heaven: The Undiscovered Country."
Category: Religion

Free To Grieve

Author : Maureen Rank
ISBN : 9781441211392
Genre : Religion
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"One-third of all women who conceive will have at least one miscarriage. This important book offers guidance for the sorrowing and helps them move on. It tackles the tough questions, including "Why did this happen?" and "Should we try again?" as well as exploring options for treatment and emotional healing. Free to Grieve has helped thousands of couples since it was first published nearly twenty years ago."
Category: Religion

Books That Change Lives

Author : CLC Publications
ISBN : 9781619581722
Genre : Religion
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Books That Change Lives is a compilation of essential books recommended by Christian retail book experts. This guide is a useful tool for beginners just coming to the faith, “veteran” Christians searching for growth and guidance and church leaders seeking to study the Christian faith and recommend quality Christian books to others.
Category: Religion

Lectionary Tales For The Pulpit

Author : David E. Leininger
ISBN : 9780788024542
Genre : Religion
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The imaginative stories in this newest installment of CSS' popular Lectionary Tales for the Pulpit series provide inspiration for last-minute sermons. David Leininger goes right to the heart of the scriptures with a rich variety of captivating material illustrating Cycle A lectionary texts. His thought-provoking reflections point out the myriad ways in which God is at work in our daily lives.
Category: Religion

Humoring The Body

Author : Gail Kern Paster
ISBN : 0226648486
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Though modern readers no longer believe in the four humors of Galenic naturalism—blood, choler, melancholy, and phlegm—early modern thought found in these bodily fluids key to explaining human emotions and behavior. In Humoring the Body, Gail Kern Paster proposes a new way to read the emotions of the early modern stage so that contemporary readers may recover some of the historical particularity in early modern expressions of emotional self-experience. Using notions drawn from humoral medical theory to untangle passages from important moral treatises, medical texts, natural histories, and major plays of Shakespeare and his contemporaries, Paster identifies a historical phenomenology in the language of affect by reconciling the significance of the four humors as the language of embodied emotion. She urges modern readers to resist the influence of post-Cartesian abstraction and the disembodiment of human psychology lest they miss the body-mind connection that still existed for Shakespeare and his contemporaries and constrained them to think differently about how their emotions were embodied in a premodern world.
Category: Literary Criticism

The Spiritual Emotional Coach S Guide

Author : David R. Grimm
ISBN : 9780595919963
Genre : Religion
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Help Overcoming Painful Experiences (H.O.P.E.) is a non-profit organization whose purpose is to help people experience a life transformation through their emotional pain so they can live the purpose-filled, victorious life God intended and designed them to live. We set people free from emotional bondage and empower them to live a transformed life. To accomplish our purpose, the H.O.P.E. program was designed to help people 1) resurrect hope, 2) overcome emotional pain from a variety of issues, 3) build a safe and healthy support network, 4) comprehend the truths about God in the midst of pain while exposing and replacing lies, and 5) experience a life transformation through the healing and restorative power of Jesus Christ. Our transformation model consists of three levels. The Spiritual & Emotional Coachs Guide is used in Level 2 when we pair our members with a Spiritual and Emotional Coach (SPEC). SPECs allow us to extend our ministry by providing additional support for our members through a one-on-one mentoring relationship outside their small group. The analogy used for our members need of a SPEC is that of a contractor who can help them with their emotional and spiritual construction. Our members need a contractor (SPEC) who follows the plan of the Architect (Jesus Christ) in their life and who can help them rebuild by doing the same thing. Our members need a contractor (SPEC) who can coach them using their own experiences with the spiritual and emotional rebuilding process. Therefore, this book was designed to empower and equip our SPECs by helping them realize and tap into the knowledge and tools available to them in this role. This book also contains a topical Scripture reference guide for convenient access to verses that can be applied to a variety of issues. In addition, this book was designed to help familiarize SPECs with our organization and what their member is going through.
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