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Burning Hearts

Burning Hearts
  • Author : Josh Moody,Robin Weekes
  • Publisher :
  • Release Date :2014-07-01
  • Total pages :136
  • ISBN : 9781781914038
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Summary : Affection is often a neglected theme in our generation of Bible believing Christians. It has not always been so. Previous generations thought a great deal about the centrality of the heart in the Christian life and the need to preach to it. This book will prove a valuable resource as we learn about the place of the affections in our walk with Christ and in preaching Him to ourselves and others.

With Burning Hearts

With Burning Hearts
  • Author : Henri J. M. Nouwen
  • Publisher :
  • Release Date :2003-01-01
  • Total pages :127
  • ISBN : 1570755086
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Summary : From mourning to discernment, from invitation to intimacy, and from community to the charge to go forth and witness: With Burning Hearts calls us to experience all of this journey, to know that what we celebrate and what we are called to live are one and the same.

Raising Burning Hearts: Parenting and Mentoring Next Generation Lovers of God

Raising Burning Hearts: Parenting and Mentoring Next Generation Lovers of God
  • Author : Patricia Bootsma
  • Publisher :
  • Release Date :2015-04-09
  • Total pages :150
  • ISBN : 1938060229
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Summary : Can the next generation become passionate followers of God, equipped and ready to fulfill their destinies? Christian parents and mentors are entrusted with the call to nurture and train hearts, releasing children to excel in loving and seeking God. In Raising Burning Hearts, Patricia Bootsma draws on her experience of raising six children and mentoring many others, and shares the profound and hopeful news that this calling is not beyond our reach. Combining practicality and spiritual understanding, Patricia covers important strategies that are often overlooked, like the power of blessing our children, of prophetically declaring truth over them, and of teaching young ones how to hear God's voice, seek Him in the Word, and be constant in prayer. Sharing tangible applications and real-life testimonies, Patricia assures us that parents and mentors can fulfill their heavenly mandate—to raise up and release next generation lovers of God into their epic purpose.

Restorative and Responsive Human Services

Restorative and Responsive Human Services
  • Author : Gale Burford,John Braithwaite,Valerie Braithwaite
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  • Release Date :2019-03-12
  • Total pages :240
  • ISBN : 0429676905
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Summary : In Restorative and Responsive Human Services, Gale Burford, John Braithwaite, and Valerie Braithwaite bring together a distinguished collection providing rich lessons on how regulation in human services can proceed in empowering ways that heal and are respectful of human relationships and legal obligations. The human services are in trouble: combining restorative justice with responsive regulation might redeem them, renewing their well-intended principles. Families provide glue that connects complex systems. What are the challenges in scaling up relational practices that put families and primary groups at the core of health, education, and other social services? This collection has a distinctive focus on the relational complexity of restorative practices. How do they enable more responsive ways of grappling with complexity than hierarchical and prescriptive human services? Lessons from responsive business regulation inform a re-imagining of the human services to advance wellbeing and reduce domination. Readers are challenged to re-examine the perverse incentives and contradictions buried in policies and practices. How do they undermine the capacities of families and communities to solve problems on their own terms? This book will interest those who harbor concerns about the creep of domination into the lives of vulnerable citizens. It will help policymakers and researchers to re-focus human services to fundamental outcomes at the foundation of sustainable democracies.

More of the Holy Spirit

More of the Holy Spirit
  • Author : Sr Ann Shields, SGL
  • Publisher :
  • Release Date :2013-09-15
  • Total pages :160
  • ISBN : 1593254512
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Summary : In the last forty years, many Catholics have experienced an outpouring of the Holy Spirit in their lives that resulted in a new passion for God and a zeal for spreading the gospel. In addition to a newfound love of prayer, Scripture, and the Eucharist, many have been blessed with the supernatural gifts of the Holy Spirit, such as tongues and healing. Yet as the years go by, many often experience a waning of the gifts of the Spirit as well as a lukewarmness creeping into their lives. What can we do to keep that fire for God, which may have been ignited many years ago, burning brightly in our hearts? In this book, Sr. Ann Shields offers us an inspirational message that will help us persist in prayer and keep asking for more of the Holy Spirit in our lives each day. By taking a serious look at our hearts and repenting where we have strayed, and by rededicating ourselves as disciples of Christ, we can reignite the fire that once burned within us.

More of the Holy Spirit

More of the Holy Spirit
  • Author : Ann Shields
  • Publisher :
  • Release Date :2013
  • Total pages :159
  • ISBN : 9781593252298
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Summary : In the last forty years, many Catholics have experienced an outpouring of the Holy Spirit in their lives that resulted in a new passion for God and a zeal for spreading the gospel. In addition to a newfound love of prayer, Scripture, and the Eucharist, many have been blessed with the supernatural gifts of the Holy Spirit, such as tongues and healing. Yet as the years go by, many often experience a waning of the gifts of the Spirit as well as a lukewarmness creeping into their lives. What can we do to keep that fire for God, which may have been ignited many years ago, to continue to burn brightly in our hearts? In this book, Sr. Ann Shields offers us an inspirational message that will help us to persist in prayer and keep asking for more of the Holy Spirit in our lives each day. By taking a serious look at our hearts and repenting where we have strayed, and by staying close to God in Scripture and the Eucharist, we can reignite the fire that once burned within us. -- Provided by publisher.

Raising Burning Hearts: Parenting and Mentoring Next Generation Lovers of God

Raising Burning Hearts: Parenting and Mentoring Next Generation Lovers of God
  • Author : Patricia Bootsma
  • Publisher :
  • Release Date :2015-04-09
  • Total pages :150
  • ISBN : 1938060229
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Summary : Can the next generation become passionate followers of God, equipped and ready to fulfill their destinies? Christian parents and mentors are entrusted with the call to nurture and train hearts, releasing children to excel in loving and seeking God. In Raising Burning Hearts, Patricia Bootsma draws on her experience of raising six children and mentoring many others, and shares the profound and hopeful news that this calling is not beyond our reach. Combining practicality and spiritual understanding, Patricia covers important strategies that are often overlooked, like the power of blessing our children, of prophetically declaring truth over them, and of teaching young ones how to hear God's voice, seek Him in the Word, and be constant in prayer. Sharing tangible applications and real-life testimonies, Patricia assures us that parents and mentors can fulfill their heavenly mandate—to raise up and release next generation lovers of God into their epic purpose.

Walk with Jesus

Walk with Jesus
  • Author : Henri Nouwen
  • Publisher :
  • Release Date :2015-02
  • Total pages :112
  • ISBN : 9781626981164
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Summary : This book of meditations by Henri Nouwen, inspired by a series of drawings by Sr. Helen David, represents traditional Stations of the Cross through the passion and suffering of the world's poor. A political prisoner behind bars, a peasant burdened by a load of wood, an abandoned child, a mother grieving for her murdered son, an exhausted farmer, four martyred churchwomen . . . In these images Nouwen sees the ongoing passion of Christ. Sr. Helen's drawings are stark and moving, but they do not lead to despair. Rather, they "help us unite our own broken humanity with the humanity of the men, women, and children portrayed . . . This union becomes possible through the suffering and risen body of Jesus. In and through Jesus, our world can become one because in this divine love he embraces all of us, and desire that we all be one as he and his father are one."

Beyond Human

Beyond Human
  • Author : Justin Paul Abraham
  • Publisher :
  • Release Date :2016-06-01
  • Total pages :329
  • ISBN : 9780994433558
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Summary : We stand fully identified in the new creation renewed in knowledge according to the pattern of the exact image of our Creator (Col 3:10, MIR). There is a Voice calling us as a species back to the Blueprint of our Design. A Voice calling us out of ignorance into an expansive future beyond our wildest dreams. A future beyond the limitations of space and time, the mind and the physical body. A future "Beyond Human."

The Burning Heart Contract

The Burning Heart Contract
  • Author : Becky Tirabassi
  • Publisher :
  • Release Date :2005
  • Total pages :205
  • ISBN : 9781591452812
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Summary : "The Burning Heart Contract is a challenge to commit to God more concretely by actually constructing and signing a contract with Him toward more time spent in prayer, in the Bible, and in our daily actions"--Provided by publisher.

Our Hearts Were Burning Within Us

Our Hearts Were Burning Within Us
  • Author : Catholic Church. National Conference of Catholic Bishops
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  • Release Date :1999
  • Total pages :71
  • ISBN : 9781574552997
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Summary : In this statement, the bishops present a pastoral plan to help Catholics advance in their role as disciples, by awakening a renewal in the ministry of adult faith formation and helping all to grow to the full maturity of Christ.

Bread for the Journey

Bread for the Journey
  • Author : Henri J. M. Nouwen
  • Publisher :
  • Release Date :2009-03-17
  • Total pages :416
  • ISBN : 9780061739644
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Summary : When beloved author Henri Nouwen set out to record this daybook of totally new reflections, he suddenly found himself on "a true spiritual adventure." For in these 366 original, interlocking morsels of daily wisdom, Nouwen provides both sustenance and a trail for us to follow, as he unveils, to his own surprise, his personal map of faith. From the delicate interplay of human experience to the surrender to Christ and the embrace of Christian community, that journey of Christian spirituality is explored and celebrated here in each eloquent, thought–provoking passage, "The table is one of the most intimate places in our lives. It is there that we give ourselves to one another. When we say, 'Take some more, let me serve you another plate, let me pour you another glass, don't be shy, enjoy it,' we say a lot more than our words express. We invite our friends to become part of our lives. We want them to be nurtured by the same food and drink that nurture us. We desire communion.... Every breakfast, lunch, or dinner can become a time of growing communion with one another." Intimately personal and inspiring, Bread for the Journey is a daily feast of fresh insight into the challenges and deep joys of a life lived in close communion with God. Nouwen is a wise, loving companion who invites us along as he finds joy in the community of loss, true freedom in forgiveness of others, and hope in surprising places. Each daily meditation is a stepping–stone along a path of private discovery, offering Nouwen's seasoned yet fresh ideas on kindness, love, suffering, and prayer, the Church as God's people, and the importance of Jesus in one's life–reflecting, as a whole, Nouwen's own 'personal creed.' Bread for the Journey brims with daily nourishment and guidance for devoted followers and new friends alike –– food for thought on a yearlong journey of discovery and faith.

Finding Our Sacred Center

Finding Our Sacred Center
  • Author : Henri J. M. Nouwen
  • Publisher :
  • Release Date :2011
  • Total pages :51
  • ISBN : 9781585958474
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Summary : It was January 1990, the dawn of a new decade and Henri Nouwen, world-renoweded spiritual writer, was in France but his writing wasn't going well. Frustrated and discouraged, he decided to go to Lourdes, even though it was the "off season," to give his "anxious heart a rest." This profoundly inspiring journal is the result of his three-day stay. Lourdes restored Nouwen's inner peace and helped him return to his sacred center. He realized, of course, that he did not need to be at Lourdes to find peace and joy. The purity, simplicity, and freedom he experienced "belong to the heart and can be lived anywhere." Whether we have been to Lourdes or not, does not matter. This small journal is bound to touch our own restless and searching hearts and help us to find again our own sacred center, the living Christ within us.

Hidden Hearts

Hidden Hearts
  • Author : Marci Bolden
  • Publisher :
  • Release Date :2019-10-15
  • Total pages :300
  • ISBN : 1950348245
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Summary : After two tours in Afghanistan, former Army Sergeant Holly Austin takes no prisoners, but that doesn’t mean she doesn’t have a soft side. Even though HEARTS Agency already has a full caseload, she agreed to take on the case of Julia Fredrickson—a woman taken in broad daylight. Detective Jack Tarek wouldn’t usually turn to an investigative service to help him solve a case, but when another woman goes missing, he is desperate to solve the case. Unfortunately, Holly doesn’t have much more information than Jack, but she definitely is a distraction—and one he can’t resist. The leads on their cases might be running cold, but the attracting between the investigators is sizzling hot. When the missing women are found dead, Julia’s husband blames Holly and is determined to make her pay. And what better way than to take away the reason he thinks Holly didn’t find his wife—Jack. As the case drags on, those close to the investigation grow increasingly impatient for answers and blur the lines between victim and perpetrator. And when Jack vanishes without a trace, just like the women, Holly and the HEARTS team have only hours to find him.

The Road to Daybreak

The Road to Daybreak
  • Author : Henri Nouwen
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  • Release Date :2013-11-20
  • Total pages :240
  • ISBN : 080415211X
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Summary : When Henri Nouwen left the world of academe and headed for the village of Trosly in France, he sought a place that would lead him "closer to the heart of God." Arriving at L'Arche community in Trosly, he felt as if he had finally "come home." Indeed, it was destined to change his life forever. The Road to Daybreak is Henri Nouwen's intimate diary that records his poignant year at L'Arche, which began in the summer of 1985, a precious time of inner renewal and self-discovery. With simplicity and honesty, he describes how the experience changed his attitudes and enriched his spiritual life. Here Nouwen recounts the struggles and self-doubts he faced along this rocky road to a new vocation as he introduces us to the people of L'Arche and many others whose impact on him was deep and life-lasting. Such was the impact of this experience that he chose to say yes to the call to go to L'Arche Daybreak Community in Toronto and make it his permanent home and ministry. Rich in insights and sparkling with touching and inspiring anecdotes, The Road to Daybreak invites the reader to join this renowed spiritual writer on his journey to a deeper understanding of God and the human family.