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Journey Of A World Changer

Author : Banning Liebscher
ISBN : 9780768487961
Genre : Religion
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Transforming Yourself and Your World! Mobilizing a new breed of revivalists living in intimacy with Jesus and moving in the supernatural to see culture shaped and nations transformed. The heart of Journey of a World Changer is to see a generation walk out the daily life of a revivalist—to go deeper in the areas of devotion, discipleship, and activation. Whether you take this journey individually or with a small group, you will uncover intimacy with Jesus and walk in the supernatural power of God. The study questions, devotional time, and activations are designed for optimal, personal interaction.
Category: Religion

A World Without Color Journey Series Book 2

Author : Cassandra Blizzard
ISBN : 9781468157529
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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"With Race and Religion are at the forefront of modern discussion, A World Without Color could change the world for the better. If we are brave enough to read it." -iAuthorDB.com Can One Book Change The World? Possibly. Our society has fallen ill. The sickness is everywhere, permeating everything in our lives. The illness has become a way of life that seems to be osmotically absorbed. Like a virus that spreads and becomes pandemic, this sickness colors everything we do, everything we think, everything we believe that we are. And it won’t get any better until we understand the truth of it. This book is about the concepts that we hold fast to. These concepts have become such an important part of our existence that we’ve long ago forgotten who we are. We cling to these concepts because we have merged our identity with these concepts. The more tenaciously we cling, the more we forget who we are, and the more we become mired in the unreality we’ve created. Now these concepts define us, guide us, tell us what to do, and how to behave. Worst of all, these concepts tell us who we are. The concepts are wrong. It takes a courageous person to change the world for the better. Are you brave enough? Brave enough to look inward and understand? Are you ready to remember? Are you ready to change the world? A World Without Color is a thought provoking book that is designed to cause a shift in consciousness. It transcends race, religion and borders with its world changing views. It gets to the root of the issues that separate the people of the world and what separates us from true peace and happiness within ourselves. With this book, Cassandra intends to help you: Find true peace and happiness in your life. Shift your focus inward, toward the core self. Understand how our self-image can help or harm. Realize how powerful perceptions are. Live an active life not a re-active life. Rise above damaging labels. Understand how the core self offers balance and peace. Inner Peace Equals World Peace.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

The Making Of A World Changer

Author : Vernet a. Joseph
ISBN : 1952963907
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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This book is an eye-opening experience from a world leader that is giving you true insight into the functionality and practicality of the workings from the top of the world. It's a true guide and personal mentor in your journey to change the world. This book will give you steps to enter into the world at the top levels with a true understanding.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The Well Balanced World Changer

Author : Sarah Cunningham
ISBN : 9780802485175
Genre : Religion
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What happens when idealism and reality crash into each other (and you)? If you have ever passionately invested yourself in living your faith, championing a cause, or representing some noble ideal, you’ve probably experienced a faceoff between idealism and reality. Society often recognizes its deficits—poverty, crime, divisiveness, anxiety, excess—yet it rarely celebrates the rise of people who want to change those shortcomings. Still, many of us chip away at the world as it is, believing that a better world is possible. While in that place where we work to see good come about, we meet resistance almost daily: between dreams and disappointment, between wholeness and dysfunction, between past and future. This can lead to frustration, bitterness, disillusionment, loneliness, and exhaustion. It can lead to people abandoning the church, faith, and God. . . or just becoming more passive, less passionate versions of their former faith-charged selves. Don’t give in! This book is your survival guide. You can champion your cause and your faith, even in a broken and dysfunctional world. Stay in the race and take this guide along as source of fuel, rest, and encouragement along the way.
Category: Religion

Raising World Changers In A Changing World

Author : Kristen Welch
ISBN : 9781493414093
Genre : Religion
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Almost any parent you asked would tell you that they want their children to be happy, successful adults. But many of us forget (or never knew to begin with) that lasting personal joy is not necessarily found the way the world says it is--through reaching a certain socioeconomic status, having a certain job, buying a certain house, or having a certain amount in one's bank account. In fact, says Kristen Welch, popular blogger and author of Raising Grateful Kids in an Entitled World, personal satisfaction comes not from grabbing onto things but from holding them with an open hand and, very often, giving them away. In this inspiring book, Welch shows parents how to discover for themselves and instill in their kids the profound joy that comes from sharing what we have been given--our time, our talents, and even what's in our wallets--with those who have less. Through powerful personal stories as well as stories from Scripture, Welch offers a tantalizing alternative to status quo parenting that has the power to impact not only our own families but the entire world. At the end of each chapter, one of the author's kids offers their perspective on what it's like to be raised as a world changer.
Category: Religion

The Journey To Inner Power

Author : Shai Tubali
ISBN : 9781782797128
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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If we could take the most intense and penetrating look into our psyche and strip away the layers, what would we find at our very core? Could we find the key to psychic heath that unlocks our full creativity and potential? Working with hundreds of people around the world, therapist and author Shai Tubali came to realize that it was power that drove the human psyche: the primal urge for power, the loss of power, and the entangled and confused desires to regain power in our lives. Tubali created 'psycho-transformative processes' to enable the men and women he worked with to uncover these hardest, hidden and most denied parts of the self, and then guided them to transform these parts into a source of true, revitalizing inner power. The Journey to Inner Power sets the reader on this challenging new path to self-knowledge and self-liberation.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Life Don T Have To End

Author : Cricket Barrazotto
ISBN : 9781622874446
Genre : Health & Fitness
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"Life Don't Have To End." is a compilation of stories, images, and wisdom from HIV positive men and women. Over a two-year period, more than 60 courageous individuals from the JACQUES Initiative of the Institute of Human Virology at the University of Maryland School of Medicine dictated their personal life stories to Cricket Barrazotto, a friend to the JACQUES Initiative and photographer, for the purpose of compiling a book. These contributors wanted their voices and stories to be inspirational to others. The book speaks to the resiliency of the human spirit and body. Readers are exposed to tragedy and triumph as they share in the intimate journeys of the book's contributors. Additionally, Ms. Barrazotto spent a year teaching photography to several of the book's contributors. It is the clients' photographic imagery that illustrates the book.
Category: Health & Fitness

Game Changer

Author : Doug Nancarrow
ISBN : 9781460704899
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The biography of one of Australia's most fascinating and enigmatic business leaders, John Borghetti From mail boy to CEO - the trajectory of John Borghetti's career seemed set for a corporate fairy-tale ending ... until it nearly wasn't. After 36 years at Qantas, Borghetti was passed over for the top job and found himself having to start again. He hesitated before signing on with Virgin, the looming rival for Qantas's market-share - but it was here that he would get the chance to run an airline exactly the way he envisaged. What followed is one of the most extraordinary stories of corporate transformation and redemption. GAME CHANGER is at once the record of how one man revolutionised the airline scene in Australia, and a universal business story of how, with vision, teamwork, passion and dedication, a company can reinvent itself to challenge the status quo, and even to take on a monopoly. This biography of one of Australia's most fascinating and enigmatic business leaders begins with Borghetti's arrival at Essendon Airport as a migrant boy of seven with his family and just two suitcases, and takes you into the very heart of Australia's boardrooms.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

World Changer

Author : Tammara Burton
ISBN : STANFORD:36105127477284
Genre : Computers
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Category: Computers

It S Not Rocket Science

Author : Mary Spio
ISBN : 9780698155138
Genre : Self-Help
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Rocket scientist, internet entrepreneur, and popular speaker Mary Spio presents practical advice for beating the odds, breaking the mold, and charting your own path to achieve true success Mary Spio went from being a barefoot girl in Ghana to a rocket scientist with major patents with Boeing. Mary is also an internet entrepreneur who speaks throughout the world about how anyone with a dream and some tools can harness the digital world for success and prosperity. In IT'S NOT ROCKET SCIENCE, she presents advice and empowering stories that will inspire readers to move beyond their comfort zones into mastery and empowerment. IT'S NOT ROCKET SCIENCE reveals the habits and traits of people who defy convention, overcome limited thinking, and crush the odds to achieve breakthrough success—and shows readers how to strike their own uncommon path. It shares the secrets to cultivating curiosity, creativity, compassion, audacity, passion, obsessive focus and tenacity to attain their dreams and change the world. It's not Rocket Science is an inspiring and entertaining read for anyone who desires to be empowered with the mindset needed to propel their life to new heights. • Learn how some of the world’s most successful people shatter boundaries. • Discover how your difference creates your relevance and your significance. • Uncover your inner spark and learn how to fuel your own flame. • Understand why a Defy-ing Moment is a defining moment. • Find your path to success –however you define it. From the Hardcover edition.
Category: Self-Help

D L Moody A Life

Author : Kevin Belmonte
ISBN : 9780802491206
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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He burst upon the fusty corridors of Victorian spirituality like a breath of fresh air, regaling the prime minister with his sense of humor, and touching the lives of seven presidents. Who was this man? A sterling philanthropist and educator, D. L. Moody was also the finest evangelist in the nineteenth century—bringing the transformative message of the gospel before 100 million people on both sides of the Atlantic in an age long before radio and television. Thousands of underprivileged young people were educated in the schools he established. Before The Civil War, he went to a place no one else would: the slums of Chicago called Little Hell. The mission he started there, in an abandoned saloon, in time drew children in the hundreds, and prompt a visit from president-elect. Abraham Lincoln in 1860. But all this is just to begin to tell the life of D.L. Moody. Drawing on the best, most recent scholarship, D. L. Moody – A Life chronicles the incredible journey of one of the great souls of history.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Grow A World Changer

Author : Barnabas Hope
ISBN : 0557489857
Genre : Family & Relationships
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God has extraordinary plans for your child. Grow a World Changer is an unforgettable journey into the mind of God. Building on a biblical foundation of Bible greats, Grow a World Changer explores the work of character development and identity formation. Packed with story, and resource, the book bridges well theory and practical aspects for helping children recognize their God given power to effect change in the world. Humorous allegory, captivating examples, and seriously challenging questions, make this a cover to cover read. This book will give you new eyes to see your child's God given role to help solve global problems in a missionary capacity. It will motivate and train you to put Christ's selfless example before your child in new ways. The book has two sections. The first deals with practical aspects of coaching your child and encouraging their spirit. The second section is called Cultivating a World Changer from A-Z It is a quiver of well chosen tools for sharpening youth for service.
Category: Family & Relationships

Our Journey Around The World

Author : Francis Edward Clark
ISBN : NYPL:33433000406771
Genre : Voyages around the world
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Category: Voyages around the world

The Life Changer

Author : Francis Martin
ISBN : 089283661X
Genre : Religion
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Growing Great Kids

Author : Kate Battistelli
ISBN : 9781616386559
Genre : Religion
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Help your child become everything God made them to be Successful adults don’t happen by accident. It takes wisdom to raise your children with a strong sense of their destiny in God and a deep knowledge of their gifts and callings. In Growing Great Kids, Kate Battistelli shares what she and her husband, Mike, learned about parenting during the journey of raising their daughter, Dove Award–winning recording artist Francesca Battistelli. Using anecdotes to illustrate the insights she and her husband gained, she provides practical advice including: How to dream God’s big dream for your child The value of humility and integrity How to interpret God’s seasons in a child’s life The power of a parent’s words, and more
Category: Religion

A Long And Restless Journey In Pursuit Of Happiness With Empty Hands Of Faith

Author : H. Baté Agbor-Baiyee
ISBN : 1468547739
Genre : Self-Help
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A Long and Restless Journey in Pursuit of Happiness with Empty Hands of Faith: An Authoritative Resource for Bushfallers is a brilliant “how to” collection of provocative essays that addresses the predicaments surrounding the rollercoaster and sometimes paralyzing crusade of wretched and disillusioned Africans deserting their homelands to seek life’s greener pastures overseas. It is a book on contemplative life that examines with concrete Biblical determinations the spectacular challenges faced by ‘prisoners of hope’ - bushfallers - in their epic effort to migrate, assimilate, and thrive in their adopted American home. Baté has ingeniously and persuasively interlaced humor, wit, and the Bible to engage readers on a subject that is at times delicate, private, and mystifying to discuss publicly. He advances forthright strategies for bushfallers to follow in order to optimize every moment of their expedition. The book proffers reliable self-help instructions on how to dodge or contend with the abstract, confrontational, and perturbing experiences of the work-a-day life overseas. He proposes knowledge and skills needed in the areas of tactical positioning; indispensable human, material, and social capital; as well as mental and physical astuteness essential for persistence. Most importantly, Baté invites the bushfaller as well as the onlooker to develop spiritual character and pledge total allegiance to the Lord for faith, strength, and direction. This collection of essays is current, thorough, and complete in its coverage of the multidimensional challenges faced by the bushfaller. As the prospects for living and survival gets even darker and heartless at home, and as the immigration climate gets menacing and precarious for bushfallers overseas, it becomes even more imperative to be proactive, innovative and resourceful in handling life’s vicissitudes.
Category: Self-Help

Social Change 2 0

Author : David Gershon
ISBN : PSU:000067209095
Genre : Nature
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If "change" is the mantra of our moment in history, Social Change 2.0 may be poised to become its bible. Drawing on his three decades in the trenches of large-scale societal transformation, David Gershon--founder and president of Empowerment Institute, and described by the United Nations as a "graceful revolutionary"--offers an original and comprehensive roadmap to bring about fundamental change in our world. His goal is to empower change agents to tackle pressing social problems or unmet social needs by providing them with strategies and tools to effect transformative change at any level of scale. From his initiation as architect of the United Nations-sponsored First Earth Run--a mythic passing of fire around the world symbolizing humanity's quest for peace on earth that drew tens of millions of participants, the planet's political leaders and, through the media, over a billion people at the height of the cold war--to his recent climate-change work helping citizens, cities, and entire states measurably reduce their carbon footprint (using his book Low Carbon Diet), Gershon offers readers strategies to evolve an effective new model for social change. These include: The first comprehensive social-change model with proven, practical strategies and tools to either launch a social change initiative or improve the efficacy of any existing change program. A "Practitioner's Guide" accompanying each chapter, to help readers apply this social change framework to their initiative. The result is a riveting, enlightening, and inspiring book that will quickly find its way onto the desks--and into the hearts--of the tens of thousands of change agents engaged in the work of building a better world. Social Change 2.0 speaks to a wide range of practitioners across the spectrum of social change including social and environmental activists, social entrepreneurs, community organizers, and civic, government, and business leaders, as well as the vast number of baby boomers looking for a way to give back and the millennials just raring to go.
Category: Nature