The Christians Guide To No Contact

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The Christian S Guide To No Contact

Author : Renee Pittelli
ISBN : 1546336664
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Does God really expect us to put up with a lifetime of abuse from the bullies, liars, manipulators, abusers and users we know, just because we were born into a toxic family or were deceived into befriending a narcissist who hid his true self from us at first? Christians often feel stuck in abusive relationships with narcissistic or psychopathic friends or family, either haunted by guilt or plagued by Holier-Than-Thous who think they have the right to judge us for finally getting away and staying away. In this book, you will learn about going No Contact from a biblical perspective. You will find effective, step-by-step strategies for deciding when it's time to go No Contact, how to go No Contact, how to stay No Contact, how to deal with estranged friends and relatives, their Flying Monkeys, and even strangers who have the nerve to criticize you for going No Contact, how to resist attempts to Hoover you back in, and how to begin recovering from the loss of your relationship and healing from your abuse. Loaded with scriptural references that will support you and may even surprise you, The Christian's Guide to No Contact will teach you that the Lord does not want his children to be in bondage to the wicked, and will help you to end unhealthy friendships and family relationships while staying true to what the Bible teaches. You will find everything a Christian needs to know about No Contact in one enlightening and accessible resource.

A Guide To The Phenomenology Of Religion

Author : James Cox
ISBN : 9780826452900
Genre : Religion
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Provides an introduction and overview to the Phenomenology of Religion through describing, analysing and evaluating the ideas of key thinkers in the phenomenology of religion. This book also examines the thinking of scholars within the Dutch, British and North American 'schools' of religious phenomenology.
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The Sunday School World

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ISBN : UOM:39015073329180
Genre : Sunday schools
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Category: Sunday schools

The Christian World

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ISBN : WISC:89065732638
Genre : Missions
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Category: Missions

The Good Worship Guide

Author : Robert Atwell
ISBN : 9781853117190
Genre : Religion
File Size : 58.13 MB
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Sunday worship, baptisms, weddings and funerals are the shop window of the church and there is nothing more important for mission than getting them right. How do we help congregations and occasional visitors encounter God through them? This practical guide draws upon the treasury of the church's tradition and experience to establish good practice and enrich understanding. Part One explores the changing landscape in which we live and the place of worship within it. Part Two asks how our churches can be more welcoming and provides a handy 'worship audit'. Part Three focuses on the main services (CW & BCP Communion, Evensong and the pastoral services) and how to bring these liturgies to life. Part Four helps us to maximise the opportunities offered by the seasons of the Christian year. Part Five focuses on using the non-verbal elements of worship well - liturgical colours, candles, oil, incense, icons etc Part Six is an extensive glossary designed to answer every question you might ever ask about worship and liturgy.
Category: Religion

The Bloomsbury Guide To Christian Spirituality

Author : Peter Tyler
ISBN : 9781441109422
Genre : Religion
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What is Christian Spirituality? How does it relate to non-Christian traditions? Where does it arise from and where is it going? These are some of the key questions addressed in this innovative new guide from Bloomsbury. The Bloomsbury Guide to Christian Spirituality is written by foremost academics in their fields who distill their knowledge for a wide intelligent audience. They do this with huge skill and attention to the needs of modern readers. Appealing equally to those studying the tradition for religious formation or those wishing to acquaint themselves with this fascinating subject, this guide is destined to become an essential text in the field.
Category: Religion

The Christian Life

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Genre : Unitarianism
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The Christian

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ISBN : WISC:89067493007
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Christian Work

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ISBN : NYPL:33433003056581
Genre : Christianity
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The Everyday Guide To The Proverbs

Author : Paul M. Miller
ISBN : 1593107277
Genre : Bible
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The Proverbs offer glimpses of wisdom for everyday living.
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Christian Writers Market Guide 2001

Author : Sally E. Stuart
ISBN : 0877881898
Genre : Authorship
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"Christian Writers' Market Guide 2001" is not only the most up-to-date marketing resource for Christian writers, it is the only guide written exclusively for this specialized market. Including more than 1,200 periodicals, books, and specialty markets, this classic reference book provides information on how to contract publishers, enter writing contests, and research Web sites.
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Global Cases On Hospitality Industry

Author : Vinnie Jauhari
ISBN : UOM:39015073911151
Genre : Business & Economics
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This detailed look at the hospitality industry's dynamics uses an international perspective that provides reader understanding by spanning several strategic and functional areas in management practices. The contributors offer research-based perspectives on real-life issues in this competitive industry.
Category: Business & Economics