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Author : Mark Oestreicher
ISBN : 9780830897582
Genre : Religion
File Size : 48.28 MB
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Why are some people full of hope, while many of us struggle to get past the snooze alarm? Hope often seems elusive—both to explain and to experience. So we find ourselves instead clinging to lesser substitutes. From self-medication to lazy clichés, we apply these balms to our pain and experience little to no comfort. But we know, in our guts, that these replacements aren t the hope-filled lives we long for, the lives we were made for. Mark Oestreicher gets it. Through hard-wrought experience and robust-bordering-on-desperate theological reflection, he offers here a fresh perspective on Hope, that virtue that God carries to us even as God carries us. Read Hopecasting and discover a good God casting hope your way.
Category: Religion

Alone Sucks

Author : Timothy Eldred
ISBN : 9781424553990
Genre : Religion
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Category: Religion

Saying Is Believing

Author : Amanda Hontz Drury
ISBN : 9780830840656
Genre : Religion
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What if our view of testimony is all wrong? Integrating sociological analysis and theological reflection, Amanda Drury presents testimony as not merely something that describes what happened in the past, but as an essential practice for Christian spiritual formation, especially for adolescents in the process of developing their identity.
Category: Religion

Leading Without Power

Author : Mark Oestreicher
ISBN : 1942145292
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Hierarchical, coercive leadership should have no place in the church. But if we move away from those unbiblical (and ineffective) forms of power-based leadership, we still need to lead. In Leading Without Power, Mark Oestreicher explores--in very pragmatic ways--what it might look like for us to replace power-based leadership modalities with other approaches. Leading Without Power unpacks nine metaphorical job titles, with stories and examples of what it looks like to embody these mindsets and practices:· Competency Facilitator· Culture Evangelist· Mission Curator· Storytelling Host· Champion of Hope· Uniqueness DJ· Contextualization Czar· Trust Guard· Collaboration Guide Read it alone or collectively, with a leadership team (volunteer, staff, or both), looking for ways that different team members can utilize their passions and gifts to build a robust and flourishing culture of people development and values-based leadership.