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Live Courageously

Author : Terri Cadiente
ISBN : 9780768494594
Genre : Self-Help
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Those who fail to choose, choose to fail writes the author who encourages you to stop allowing fear to rule your life's decisions and instead to take charge and Live Courageously. As you read about Terri Cadiente's hard fought rise from the pit of fear to the pinnacle of personal freedom, you will realize that you too can overcome anything. Written by a successful Hollywood stunt woman, Love Courageously takes you step by step on an exciting journey of self-analysis and self discovery toward a victorious and empowered destination. Through personal testimony and proven effective techniques, you will receive the power to attack the roots of fear and shame. This approach is uniquely expressed by an author who confronts fear and converts it into positive action to achieve her professional and personal goals.

Living Courageously

Author : Joyce Meyer
ISBN : 9781455517503
Genre : Religion
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You have fear. And if you don't face your fear, it can paralyze you and hold you back from enjoying life to the fullest. Joyce Meyer, #1 New York Times bestselling author, wants to show you that to break out of fear, you must face it head-on. The good news is God wants to give you the strength you need to beat fear and live courageously. That's why He tells you repeatedly throughout the Bible to "fear not" because He is with you. In LIVING COURAGEOUSLY, Joyce explains how you can overcome the debilitating power of fear by learning to confront and conquer any and every fear you have. Blending practical insights, her personal experiences, and inspiring Scripture, this book will teach you how to conquer any fear, reach your greatest potential, and start living life to the fullest. Whether you fear being inadequate, being rejected, or losing control, you can learn how to triumph over any obstacle-even when you feel fearful. You can face anything and just "do it afraid!" Chapter titles include: Say Good-bye to Fear The Source of Fear Cultivating Courage The Creative Power of Fear and Faith Do It Afraid!

Kelly Tough

Author : Erin Kelly
ISBN : 9781424550197
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Do not let the title Kelly Tough fool you. This is not a “be all you can be, no pain–no gain” story. Toughness is overrated. And being Kelly Tough, well, you are about to find out what that really means and why it just might matter to you. Kelly Tough is a story of love and hope: a love between a father and a daughter—Buffalo Bill’s former quarterback, Jim Kelly, and his oldest daughter Erin. Erin shares a deeply personal account of the love a family can have for each other during the darkest times, and a greater love that a heavenly Father has for you. Whatever circumstance or heartbreak you find yourself overwhelmed by right now, it is not the end of the story. In fact, it just might be one of the greatest chapters as you, like the Kelly’s, find strength in weakness, hope in the midst of heartache, and joy in spite of suffering.

The Natural Life

Author : Matthew Minarik
ISBN : 9781617399671
Genre : Philosophy
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So what is natural? Are you natural? Whose laws do you live by: man's laws, your neighbor's laws, or God's laws? How do you know if you're living by God's natural laws or by man's fear-based laws? Read the conversations at midnight of a husband and wife as they unravel the world of compromise and political correctness that we live in. Matthew and Margaret Minarik's enlightening guide,The Natural Lifewill challenge your core thoughts to their deepest roots, encouraging you to embrace the ultimate goal of life: changing the world one soul at a time. With subjects ranging from birth control, organic food, breastfeeding, education, and learning to turn off the TV,The Natural Lifewill teach you everything you need to know to live life as God intended.

Now I Remember Who I Am

Author : Marilyn Vickrage
ISBN : 145250587X
Genre : Self-Help
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Through a process of channeling heartfelt messages daily from a higher source, author Marilyn Vickrage’s life was transformed. Now, she shares the intimate journey to peace. After experiencing many of life’s setbacks, she knew that she had to start changing the world—from within. Aligning her human self to her higher self provided the emotional, mental, and spiritual support needed to lift her to a more profound connection and consciousness with divinity. Marilyn awakened the giant within, enabling a flood of beautiful, caring messages to guide her through stormy waters. She used her life experience—balanced with inner wisdom—to create a personal guidance system, and now she lives a life centred in love, peace, and harmony, every moment of every day. You can know this love, peace, and harmony for yourself. Humanity is plagued with fear, upheaval, and uncertainty, and it’s easy to feel as if you are on your own. But once you realise that you are far from alone in this world, you can transform your reality. By taking stock of what you have created in your life, you can change your outer world by addressing your inner one through introspection. Marilyn’s message is simple yet profound, offering the potential to trigger memories and insights. You already know who you are and what your place is within the divine plan—you just need to remember! We each have the ability to awaken others in our sphere of influence, simply by expressing the love we each hold and transmitting it outwardly for all to feel.

Courage Goes To Work

Author : Bill Treasurer
ISBN : 9781609944391
Genre : Business & Economics
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The hardest part of a manager's job isn't staying organized, meeting deliverable dates, or staying on budget. It's dealing with people who are too comfortable doing things the way they've always been done and too afraid to do things differently—workers who are, as author Bill Treasurer puts it, too “comfeartable.” Such workers fail to exert themselves any more than they have to, equating “just enough” with good enough. By avoiding even mild challenges, these workers thwart forward progress and make their businesses dangerously safe. To combat this affliction, Treasurer proposes a bold antidote: courage. In Courage Goes to Work, he lays out a comprehensive, step-by-step process that treats courage as a skill that can be developed and strengthened. He Treasurer shows how managers can build workplace courage by modeling courageous behavior themselves, creating an environment where people feel safe taking chances and helping workers deal with fear. To make the concept of courage more concrete, Treasurer identifies what he calls the Three Buckets of Courage: Try Courage, having the guts to take initiative; Trust Courage, being willing to follow the lead of others; and Tell Courage, being honest and assertive with coworkers and bosses. He illustrates each with a variety of vivid real-world examples and offers proven practices for helping your workers keep each bucket full. Aristotle said that courage is the first virtue because it makes all other virtues possible. It's as true in business as it is in life. With more courage, workers gain the necessary confidence to take on harder projects, embrace company changes with more enthusiasm, and extend themselves in ways that will benefit their careers and their company. Courage Goes to Work is the first book to take a systematic approach to developing a vital but overlooked component of business success.

Living Courageously

Author : Samuel Chiel
ISBN : UCAL:B3939980
Genre : Jewish sermons
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Highway Of Holiness

Author : Julie Hasling
ISBN : 9781300022282
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New Testament Theology

Author : Jon M. Isaak
ISBN : 9781621892540
Genre : Religion
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New Testament theology ought to be both descriptive and constructive-this is the argument of New Testament Theology: Extending the Table. According to Isaak, New Testament theology is descriptive in that it deals with the accounts that people narrate of their experience with Yahweh, the God of Israel, in the light of Easter. It is constructive in that it joins the diverse testimonies of the New Testament writers into a textured and thick space within which contemporary followers of Jesus continue to be shaped by the ancient yet living Spirit of God. Isaak's approach is historical, thematic, and theological in orientation. It explores the conversation taking place around the table, where the writers of the NT share their guiding vision of God's saving work among them, and their passion for the Christian church engaged in God's mission. The differing perspectives of the New Testament authors are held together without reduction, forming a deep and rich space within which ongoing community reflection and praxis can take place.

Beyond The Ordinary

Author : Ben Campbell Johnson
ISBN : 9780802847737
Genre : Religion
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Over the Past few decades mainline Protestant congregations have not easily embraced the notion of spirituality. As much as any aspect of church life, spirituality has been misunderstood, misused, and resisted by both clergy and laity. Yet times are changing. Today many people feel a deep spiritual hunger and are out looking for fulfillment in a wide variety of settings. In this new context, mainline congregations need to awaken to the presence of the Spirit in their midst and equip leaders to nurture both the personal and corporate spirituality of their congregations. Beyond the Ordinary is explicitly written to help church leaders who have had no formal training in spiritual formation. Drawing from years of experience teaching Christian spirituality, Ben Campbell Johnson and Andrew Dreitcer explore the spiritual dimensions of leadership, looking in depth at the meaning of spirituality as it relates to the tasks of ministry. This friendly, inspiring book will enable readers to erase the negative stereotypes of spirituality and develop vital models and practices for the church today. The book introduces a faithful understanding and practice of the spiritual life to those who have not yet dipped into the well that is Christian spirituality. For those who have already tasted this water and still thirst, it offers a way to dip even more deeply. Chapters discuss the issues surrounding a meaningful spirituality for our changing times, the importance of holding prayer and mission in tension, and the crucial role of Scripture in the formation of our lives. The authors also underscore the importance of vision, myth, and discernment in the spiritual life of the church. And they discuss the power of spiritual practices like discernment and visioning for enhancing the spirituality of congregations and helping them become agents of social transformation. Intended for personal and group use by pastors, elders, other church leaders, and those preparing for service in the church, the book includes questions for reflection and discussion as well as journaling exercises to encourage learning and growth.

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