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Soulshaping

Author : Jeff Brown
ISBN : 9781556439506
Genre : Self-Help
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Soulshaping is the inspiring memoir of an archetypal "male warrior"–a trial lawyer–who struggled to find his heart and a more authentic, soulful path. Rivetingly personal and profoundly universal, this book is for anyone who has heard a whisper of something truer calling out to them amid the distractions of modern life. Jeff Brown’s dramatic and often funny story takes readers through remarkably human experiences–emotional, physical, and economic–as he vividly recounts his troubled childhood, his success in apprenticing with Canada’s top criminal lawyer, and his ultimate decision to leave the law and begin an inner journey to discover his soul’s purpose. A work of courageous self-creation, Soulshaping reminds us that we are all truly connected, that our seemingly isolated struggles are actually part of the shared human challenge to live a life that is heart-centered and soul-driven. Both down-to-earth and magically mystical, Soulshaping will meet you where you live–and where you long to live.
Category: Self-Help

Soulshaping

Author : Douglas J. Rumford
ISBN : 0842335935
Genre : Self-Help
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Offering insights from the Bible and time-tested ideas for taking care of the soul and maintaining a rewarding spiritual dimension to life, this book helps readers understand the dynamics of spiritual growth, including vision, motivation, resistance to change, use of time and stewardship. It pinpoints symptoms of a dry spiritual life and provides numerous "disciplines" designed to revitalize the practice of our faith.
Category: Self-Help

Soul Shaping Small Groups

Author : Kim V. Engelmann
ISBN : 9781458715258
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Is your small group boring? (It's okay to be honest.)Do you sometimes have to force yourself to attend the meetings (even the meetings you lead!)? Do you wonder if small groups are doing anything for your spiritual growth? Kim Engelmann, a pastor and small group leader, describes how she felt about one small group she attended:""""It is Thursday evening--small group night. I . . . hesitate before getting out of the car. Do I really want to do this? I am not the sort of person that likes weeknight meetings. I am tired from a long day's work, but I push my car door open and crunch on up the gravel driveway. . . I convince myself that this is for my own good. I tell myself that I ought to be grateful that I live in a free country where small groups that talk about Jesus and the Bible are allowed. But I am not grateful--not one little bit.""""As a result Kim asked herself a hard question about groups: Is it small groups that are the problem or the way we do small groups? In this book she shares her answers, offering a new format for groups that gives authentic spiritual community a chance. She challenges the compartmentalization of Bible study, prayer and even fun (only laugh during icebreaker time!), and offers creative, practical suggestions that can serve to integrate these aspects into an experiential framework. Whether you are a pastor, a group leader or a member, if you find yourself dragging when it's time for small group, then this is the book for you.
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Soul Shaping

Author : Kimberly Sowell
ISBN : 9781596697966
Genre : Religion
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Moms need more time. Whether it’s more time to sleep, more time to clean, more time to work, more time to spend with the kids, or more time for themselves, there’s never enough time in the day. While no one can add extra time to an already hectic schedule, there is a way to make that time more valuable. In Soul Shaping, Kimberly Sowell provides short devotionals for moms that address motherhood from a different angle, helping moms not only to grow spiritually but also to be proactive in preparing their children to fulfill God’s great purposes for their lives. This 31-day devotional will inspire and challenge missions-minded mothers to nurture a love for Jesus and a devotion to the kingdom of God in their children. Using tender stories of a child’s heart to hilarious child-rearing moments only a mother can appreciate, each devotional offers a godly perspective on the many challenges of preparing children to adopt a lifestyle of living out God’s purpose for their lives.
Category: Religion

Chicken Soup For The Soul Shaping The New You

Author : Jack Canfield
ISBN : 9781611591620
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Readers will find hope, help, and hints on getting and staying healthy in these 101 personal stories about dieting and fitness. Chicken Soup for the Soul: Shaping the New You is a perfect pick-me-up for anyone looking to start fresh or needing a boost. No one likes to diet, but the personal stories in Chicken Soup for the Soul: Shaping the New You will encourage and inspire readers with its positive, practical, and purposeful tales of dieting and fitness. This is a great book for anyone embarking on a healthier lifestyle.
Category: Health & Fitness

Soul Shaping

Author : Stephen W. Smith
ISBN : 0781404541
Genre : Religion
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Soul Shaping is a guide to the amazing journey of spiritual transformation. It is anchored in Scripture and filled with practical exercises designed for individual, small group or class use. These pages contain the challenge to look backward and forward, inward and outward, remember the past and dream for the future. Soul Shaping is an invitation to see yourself as you really are and imagine who you can become, an opportunity to explore the very hands of God that have and are shaping your one wild and precious life.
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Soul Shaping

Author : Jim Wilson
ISBN : 1505479207
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"What would Jesus do?" is a good question, but it is not the right question, at least not by itself. Asking what Jesus would do in a given situation without a fundamental understanding of His lifestyle will not give adequate guidance for daily living or for defining moments. Jesus' lifestyle-His ongoing walk with His Father-shaped His choices. It is impossible to understand some of Jesus' words or choices without considering the way He lived His life and the purpose for which He lived. Spiritual disciplines are small things Christians intentionally do to open themselves to God's work of conforming them to the image of Christ. In Soul Shaping, Jim L. Wilson shows how small acts of devotion, woven into the fabric of everyday life can help Christians live like Jesus lived, and participate in being transformed into Christ's image.. "We all, with unveiled faces, are looking as in a mirror at the glory of the Lord and are being transformed into the same image from glory to glory; this is from the Lord who is the Spirit." (2 Corinthians 3:18 HCSB)
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Governing The Soul

Author : Nikolas S. Rose
ISBN : UOM:39015056962452
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Governing the Soul is now widely recognized as one of the founding texts in a new approach to analyzing the links between political power, expertise and the self. This governmentality perspective has had important implications for a range of academic disciplines including criminology, political theory, sociology and psychology and has generated much theoretical innovation and empirical investigation. The second edition contains a new introduction, which sets out the methodological and conceptual bases of this approach. Also, a new final chapter has been added that considers some of the implications of recent developments in the government of subjectivity.
Category: Literary Criticism

The Empire Of The Self

Author : Christopher Star
ISBN : 9781421407265
Genre : History
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In The Empire of the Self, Christopher Star studies the question of how political reality affects the concepts of body, soul, and self. Star argues that during the early Roman Empire the establishment of autocracy and the development of a universal ideal of individual autonomy were mutually enhancing phenomena. The Stoic ideal of individual empire or complete self-command is a major theme of Seneca’s philosophical works. The problematic consequences of this ideal are explored in Seneca’s dramatic and satirical works, as well as in the novel of his contemporary Petronius. Star examines the rhetorical links between these diverse texts. He also demonstrates a significant point of contact between two writers generally thought to be antagonists—the idea that imperial speech structures reveal the self. -- James Ker, University of Pennsylvania
Category: History