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Captivating Children S Sermons

Author : Beth Edington Hewitt
ISBN : 9780801065446
Genre : Religion
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Confidently create and deliver dynamic children's sermons that capture the hearts and minds of kids and adults with these easy-to-follow steps and 50 kid-tested children's messages.
Category: Religion

The Collected Sermons Of William Sloane Coffin

Author : William Sloane Coffin
ISBN : 9780664232443
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Comprising the sermons preached by William Sloane Coffin while he was senior minister at the prestigious Riverside Church in New York City, The Collected Sermons of William Sloane CoffinThe Riverside Years captures the renowned preacher and social activist at work: ministering to American hostages in Iran, supporting AIDS awareness, and rallying his audiences to battle poverty and nuclear proliferationall the while celebrating marriages, baptisms, and Mothers Days and mourning the loss of loved ones, including his own son. In each of these brilliant and painstakingly crafted sermons, Coffin combined his deep love of Scripture and passionate commitment to peace and justice with his unparalleled gift for the spoken word. While also revealing the personal and pastoral dimensions of ministry, each sermon provides a powerful example of lifes well-accomplished mission: to challenge the conscience of a nation. For those who knew William Sloane Coffin, these sermons will be a treasured remembrance. For those who regret not knowing him, they provide the best of introductions. And for those who as yet have escaped Coffins influence, they are superb testimony to the great potential of ministry, the possibilities of hope and determination, and the remarkable power of one human voice.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Every Season Kid Pleasin Children S Sermons

Author : Mary Grace Becker
ISBN : 078143839X
Genre : Religion
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It's the children's pastor's dream come true! Great INTERACTIVE children's sermons that help kids understand what God is like-and how they can be more like Him! Sermons focus on the four seasons.
Category: Religion

The Travelling Smile

Author : Romayne Allen
ISBN : 9780557507658
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Romayne's poetry is being published for the benefit of God's children ' those who know Him now and those who are about to discover their own Five Pair of Boots. One of the most frequently published poems without regard for authorship or copyright is The Traveling Smile, the poem after which this book is named. Romayne had a beautiful smile, and her Traveling Smile is like a stone dropped into a pool that sends ripple upon ripple of love, which may have already reached you.
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Sermons

Author : David Swing
ISBN : MSU:31293010621849
Genre : Presbyterian Church
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Bernard Of Clairvaux

Author : John Leinenweber
ISBN : 9780879077440
Genre : Religion
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This volume contains Saint Bernard's sermons for the liturgical seasons of Lent and Easter. Included are sermons for the Purification, Septuagesima, the feast of Saint Benedict, and the feast of the Annunciation, al of which are interpreted by Bernard in light of the paschal mystery. In the sermons for Lent, especially, one gets to know amore hesitant and searching Bernard than appears in his other liturgical sermons. This volume is the third of a projected five volumes of Bernard's liturgical sermons.
Category: Religion

The Sermons

Author : Dennis Duffy
ISBN : 9781465315076
Genre : Religion
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Written over a period of a couple of years, THE SERMONS is a collection of spiritual principles and guidelines for deepening ones practice of reflection and meditation. Although introduced and set in a fictional style, each of the sermons is considered non-fiction except for an occasional glimpse into a bit of mythology from the East. The author creates the voice of an old monk whose dharma is to teach and to guide the young and aspiring monks on a path to the heart of the spiritual life.
Category: Religion

Lectures And Sermons

Author : Peter Mackenzie
ISBN : UCAL:$B717147
Genre : Methodist Church
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Category: Methodist Church

Sermons By Jonathan Edwards On The Matthean Parables Volume Ii

Author : Kenneth P. Minkema
ISBN : 9781621894117
Genre : Religion
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This second volume of Sermons by Jonathan Edwards on the Matthean Parables contains a previously unpublished series of six sermons by Edwards on Jesus' parable of the Sower and the Seed, as found in Matthew 13:3-7. Edwards preached these sermons in 1740 immediately following the visit of George Whitefield to Edwards' church in Northampton, Massachusetts, in October of that year. Not only does this series have a historical significance for its place in the Great Awakening, but it contains important pronouncements on the preacher's craft and the hearer's responsibilities. These sermons have been placed in the context of Edwards' preaching style and method, and framed by historical considerations. Prepared from the original manuscripts by the staff of the Jonathan Edwards Center at Yale University, this series represents a significant addition to the available Edwards corpus that will be of interest to scholars, religious leaders, and general readers.
Category: Religion

The Ministers Manual

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ISBN : UVA:X030040406
Genre : Homiletical illustrations
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The Great Lakes Guidebook

Author : George Cantor
ISBN : 0472063626
Genre : Erie (Lake, Region)
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Category: Erie (Lake, Region)

The Great Lakes Guidebook Lakes Ontario And Erie

Author : George Cantor
ISBN : 0472196502
Genre : Great Lakes Region
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A guide to places of interest in areas of Michigan, Ohio, New York, and Ontario that border on Lakes Ontario and Erie.
Category: Great Lakes Region

Sermons For The Summer Season

Author : Saint Bernard (of Clairvaux)
ISBN : STANFORD:36105035322432
Genre : Religion
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The always eloquent Bernard preaches on the joys and spiritual opportunities of summertime festivals: Rogation tide, Ascension Day, the Pentecost season, and the feasts of Saint John the Baptist and SS Peter and Paul. From a world still in touch with the seasons of nature and a lifestyle integrating prayer and physical work, he speaks to moderns with insight and calm sanity.
Category: Religion

Teaching Preaching And Healing

Author : William T. Guthrie
ISBN : 9781425754716
Genre : Religion
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"It seems God had a way of communicating his will to me through daydreams." Bill Guthrie is a natural storyteller. His rich, warm voice brought the gospel alive to congregations all over the world. He was also gifted in collecting and telling family stories. These gifts combine to create a body of knowledge with personal, spiritual, and religious significance. As Bill's voice began to grow weak, it was feared that these stories, these unique observations and recollections of times of war, recovery, poverty, and prosperity would disappear. In 19xx Bill's youngest daughter, W. June Holstrum, began to gather Bill's stories on audio cassette. She transcribed them, then passed them on to her youngest daughter, Shawn M. Davis, to assemble and edit them into this volume. Inspirational in nature, this book is a testament to the power of faith and prayer. From a rambunctious childhood, through the penniless depressions years, and into a ministry that led him throughout the United States and Korea, William T. Guthrie's memoirs gives a personal look at one man's relationship with God and how that guided him throughout his life. Wherever he went, he had the ability to look through outward appearances and connect with people, all people, regardless of age, race, circumstances or religious belief. His journey begins in the hills and hollows of Missouri and Illinois. There, he transforms from a church skipping, pool-hall haunting youth into a somewhat over-serious young minister. No stranger to hard times, his story reveals occasions of near tragedy and despair averted through prayer. In clear and vivid details he recounts healings and other miracles which could only have been brought about by a loving God. Although Bill believed in miracles and the power of prayer, he also believed in the value of hard work. He sawed wood, pounded nails, and did any manner of hard labor to ensure that people had a place to worship. When his ministry took him to war-torn Korea, he didn't just save souls, but also changed lives. Whether allowing a young Korean woman to take a long, hot bath or arranging for a disfigured young boy to have reconstructive surgery on his face, Bill's priority was always people, their welfare, and what he could do to help. And his wife, Jane, was always by his side
Category: Religion

Country Roads Of Michigan

Author : Doris Scharfenberg
ISBN : UOM:39015061150747
Genre : Automobile travel
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The first edition won the 1992 Mark Twain Award for travel writing.
Category: Automobile travel

Lutheran Quarterly

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ISBN : UCR:31210005568579
Genre : Lutheran Church
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Summertime News

Author : Dick Belsky
ISBN : 0425147932
Genre : Fiction
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The Central Park killing of Katie Thomas enrages local residents until a suspect is arrested, and TV news reporter Jenny McKay uncovers a disturbing truth that reveals that the victim had not really been Katie Thomas. Original.
Category: Fiction