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Changing Faith

Changing Faith [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 0830897674
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A friend of mine told me recently, "There are so many things I am not comfortable with claiming as 100% true, but I cannot say they are 100% false either." It hasn't always been this way for him. Most of his life he believed he had all the answers to any and all of life's difficult questions. He continued, "I do not know what is ahead, but I do know I cannot and will not go back to the faith I have clung to for decades. I am done with it." This was not his declaration of being done with faith, but his recognition that faith had to change. He was going through a change of faith. Many of us are grappling with similar questions. How much can we actually know about God and our world? Who decides what is right and what is wrong? Are right and wrong even the best categories for our world anymore? Whose "truth" is really true? Do I need God to live a life that matters? We have questions not because we reject faith in God, but because we live in a rapidly changing world of new realities, new technology and new insights that demand new answers. And that changes how we believe.

Changing Faith

Changing Faith [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 0814708714
Author: Darren E. Sherkat
Publisher: NYU Press
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Changing Faith by Darren E. Sherkat Book Resume:

More than anywhere else in the Western world, religious attachments in America are quite flexible, with over 40 percent of U.S. citizens shifting their religious identification at least once in their lives. In Changing Faith, Darren E. Sherkat draws on empirical data from large-scale national studies to provide a comprehensive portrait of religious change and its consequences in the United States. With analysis spanning across generations and ethnic groups, the volume traces the evolution of the experience of Protestantism and Catholicism in the United States, the dramatic growth of Hinduism, Buddhism, and Islam, and the rise of non-identification, now the second most common religious affiliation in the country. Drawing on that wealth of data, it details the impact of religious commitments on broad arenas of American social life, including family and sexuality, economic well-being, political commitments, and social values. Exploring religious change among those of European heritage as well as of Eastern and Western European immigrants, African Americans, Asians, Latin Americans, and Native Americans, Changing Faith not only provides a comprehensive and ethnically inclusive demographic overview of the juncture between religion and ethnicity within both the private and public sphere, but also brings empirical analysis back to the sociology of religion.

Developing Life-Changing Faith

Developing Life-Changing Faith [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1512790524
Author: Carole Haygood
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Developing Life-Changing Faith by Carole Haygood Book Resume:

Developing Life-Changing Faith contains the spiritual teachings from a 7-year journey to developing the faith that changed my life. This journey started when I accidentally used faith to be healed from an infirmity that plagued me for many years. Questioning how this miracle happened, in this age, I turned to the unused pages of my Bible to find my answer. I saw what I had accidentally done that spurred the miracle, and the simple requirement hidden in plain sight, in its pages. Over the following year, the Spirit showed me misconceptions that blocked my ability to develop and use faith, and showed me the common things I did that made it impossible for God to answer my prayers, essentially tying Gods hands against me. Then I was taught what the foundation of faith really isthe key or seed of faithexplaining why knowing this key is vitally important to develop the kind of faith illustrated in Bible stories. Through the subsequent years, I was taught about the things for which we could pray and the things for which we should not pray, and why; the truth about tests of our faith, why they are necessary, why we should watch for them, and how to pass them every time; and how to use faith correctly, highlighting biblical keys to give a complete understanding about faith. Developing Life-Changing Faith will give the readers the same teachings, understandings, tools, keys, and corrections, to develop the faith that will change their lives. It will lead them from feeling that their faith is not working, to fully understanding how to develop and correctly use faith, which will truly change their lives.

Experiencing the Power of Life-Changing Faith

Experiencing the Power of Life-Changing Faith [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 0736940219
Author: Kay Arthur,David Arthur,Pete De Lacy
Publisher: Harvest House Publishers
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Experiencing the Power of Life-Changing Faith by Kay Arthur,David Arthur,Pete De Lacy Book Resume:

More than 880,000 books from Kay Arthur's life-changing New Inductive Study Series have been sold! This exciting series brings readers face-to-face with the truth of God's precepts, promises, and purposes—in just minutes a day. The book of Romans is Paul's clearest presentation of the gospel. With this new study, readers will discover for themselves God's answers to some of life's most important questions: How can I have peace with God? How can I know God's will and ultimate purpose for my life? Can I really live a Christlike life—today? This application of the tried-and-true methods of inductive Bible study to Paul's letter to the Romans will help readers gain the same confidence Paul had in the gospel.

God's Troublemakers

God's Troublemakers [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1441102140
Author: Katharine Rhodes Henderson
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA
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God's Troublemakers by Katharine Rhodes Henderson Book Resume:

This is a book about women who are changing the world as leaders in the public arena. Whether Christian, Jewish or Muslim-their work is religiously or spiritually motivated. They are religious or socio-ethical entrepreneurs, who have invented organizations or movements to repair the world. What shaped and formed them? How do they integrate a progressive social agenda with their faith? How do they exercise public leadership in a world where women's public roles are sometimes still suspect? The book is thematically organized and touches on many of the most relevant topics being discussed today: separation of church and state, the intersection of politics and religion, the silence of the progressive left and the embodiment of authentic religious pluralism. This book claims space for progressive forms of religion in an area dominated by the Religious Right. God's Troublemakers is based on extensive interviews with 11 women social entrepreneurs. The 3 best known are Sr. Helen Prejean, the anti-death-penalty activist; Ruth Messenger, former Manhattan Borough President and now executive director of American Jewish World Service; and Helen LaKelly Hunt, who has been a national activist funding women's causes and a leader in persuading secular feminists to make common cause with religious women.

God Is Back

God Is Back [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1101032413
Author: John Micklethwait,Adrian Wooldridge
Publisher: Penguin
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God Is Back by John Micklethwait,Adrian Wooldridge Book Resume:

A landmark examination of the resurgence of faith around the globe The Editor in Chief of The Economist and its Lexington columnist show how the global rise of religion will dramatically impact our century in God Is Back. Contrary to the popular assumption that modernism would lead to the rejection of faith, American-style evangelism has sparked a global revival. On the street and in the corridors of power the authors shine a bright light on a vast yet until now hidden world of religion. Twenty-first-century faith is being fueled by a very American emphasis on competition and a customer-driven attitude toward salvation. Revealing how the religion boom is destabilizing politics and the global economy, God Is Back concludes by showing how the same American ideas that created our unique religious style can be applied to channel the rising tide of faith away from volatility and violence.

Immigrant Faith

Immigrant Faith [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1479865656
Author: Phillip Connor
Publisher: NYU Press
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Immigrant Faith by Phillip Connor Book Resume:

Immigrant Faith examines trends and patterns relating to religion in the lives of immigrants. The volume moves beyond specific studies of particular faiths in particular immigrant destinations to present the religious lives of immigrants in the United States, Canada, and Europe on a broad scale. Religion is not merely one aspect among many in immigrant lives. Immigrant faith affects daily interactions, shapes the future of immigrants in their destination society, and influences society beyond the immigrants themselves. In other words, to understand immigrants, one must understand their faith. Drawing on census data and other surveys, including data sources from several countries and statistical data from thousands of immigrant interviews, the volume provides a concise overview of immigrant religion. It sheds light on whether religion shapes the choice of destination for migrants, if immigrants are more or less religious after migrating, if religious immigrants have an easier adjustment, or if religious migrants tend to fare better or worse economically than non-religious migrants. Immigrant Faith covers demographic trends from initial migration to settlement to the transmission of faith to the second generation. It offers the perfect introduction to big picture patterns of immigrant religion for scholars and students, as well as religious leaders and policy makers.

Life Change

Life Change [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1433681609
Author: Jordan Easley
Publisher: B&H Publishing Group
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Life Change by Jordan Easley Book Resume:

Ask anyone: “Is there something about your life that you would like to change?” and the answer will most likely be a resounding “YES!” Change is something most of us want but few of us practically achieve. In Life Change, rising voice Jordan Easley takes a spiritual approach to the topic, walking readers through the book of Mark to highlight stories of life change in the Bible. Looking at seven miracles Jesus performed throughout that text and the people who were changed by them, Jordan shows how the power of God enables us to do what we are incapable of doing ourselves. It may feel like the odds are stacked against us, but the good news is that change is possible, and it happens when we live out this three-step process:A NEW HOPE: Establish an authentic relationship that inspires and sustains hope in your life.A NEW WAY OF THINKING: As a result of that relationship, you have a new way of thinking.A NEW WAY OF LIVING: As a result of your new way of thinking, you have a new way of living.

Faith, Politics, and Sexual Diversity in Canada and the United States

Faith, Politics, and Sexual Diversity in Canada and the United States [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 0774820128
Author: David Rayside,Clyde Wilcox
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Faith, Politics, and Sexual Diversity in Canada and the United States by David Rayside,Clyde Wilcox Book Resume:

For decades, agitation by lesbians, gays, and other sexual minorities for political recognition has provoked a heated response among religious activists in both Canada and the United States. In this remarkable comparative study, expert authors explore the tenacity of anti-gay sentiment, as well as the dramatic shifts in public attitudes towards queer groups across all faith communities in both the United States and Canada. They conclude that, despite the ongoing conflict, religious adherence does not invariably entail opposition to the political acknowledgment of queer rights.

The Redemption of the Jews

The Redemption of the Jews [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1629985228
Author: Angella Thomas
Publisher: Charisma Media
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The Redemption of the Jews by Angella Thomas Book Resume:

Isaiah 6:9 is a prophecy to Israel that they will “hear but not understand”; that they will “see but not perceive” this word from God to the nation was evident even when Jesus, the Messiah, came to Israel.

Encountering Faith in the Classroom

Encountering Faith in the Classroom [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1579222374
Author: Miriam Rosalyn Diamond
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Encountering Faith in the Classroom by Miriam Rosalyn Diamond Book Resume:

The purpose of this book is to explore what happens--and what can happen--in the higher education, and even secondary school, classroom when course content meets or collides with students' religious beliefs. It also considers the impact on learning in an environment where students may feel threatened, angry, misunderstood, or in which they feel their convictions are being discredited. This is a resource that offers ways of conceptualizing, engaging with, and responding to, student beliefs. This book is divided into three sections: student views on the role of religion in the classroom; general guidelines for responding to or actively engaging religious beliefs in courses (such as legal and diversity considerations); and specific examples from a number of disciplines (including the sciences, social sciences, humanities and professional education). Professors from public, private, and religious institutions share their findings and insights. The resounding lessons of this book are the importance of creating a learning space in which students can express their beliefs, dissonance, and emotions constructively, without fear of retribution; and of establishing ground rules of respectful discussion for this process to be valuable and productive. This is an inspirational and practical guide for faculty navigating the controversial, sensitive--yet illuminating--lessons that can be learned when religion takes a seat in the classroom. This book contains four parts. Part One, "Society, Learning, and Religion", includes (1) Faith and Reason: Higher Education's Opportunities and Challenges (Nancy L. Thomas and Ann Marie B. Bahr). Part Two, "Student and Faculty Perspectives," includes: (2) Undergraduate Perspectives About Religion in Higher Education (Lois Calian Trautvetter); and (3) Faith in Graduate Education: Perspectives of Students and Faculty in Student Affairs Preparation Programs (Judy L. Rogers and Patrick G. Love). Part Three, "Considerations", includes: (4) Blinking in the Sunlight: Exploring the Fundamentalist Perspective (Peggy Catron); (5) What I Think I Believe: Using the change Method to Resolve Cognitive Dissonance (Tamara H. Rosier); (6) Bringing Faith and Spirituality into the Classroom: An African American Perspective (Mark S. Giles, Odelet Nance and Noelle Witherspoon); and (7) Religion in the Classroom: Legal Issues (Barbara A. Lee). Part Four, "Disciplinary Approaches", includes: (8) Exploring Religion and Spirituality through Academic Service-Learning (Kent Koth); (9) Philosophy and Religious Disagreements in the College Classroom (Dona Warren); (10) When Faith and Science Collide (Mano Singham); (11) Teaching Secular Bible Reading to Religiously Committed Students (Roger G. Baker); (12) The Role of Religion and Spirituality in the Law School Classroom (David Hall); and (13) Teaching About Religious and Spiritual Pluralism in a Professional Education Course (Robert J. Nash and Sue M. Baskette). An overview by Miriam Rosalyn Diamond and Christina Copre, an afterword by Miriam Rosalyn Diamond, and an index are included.

Religion and Politics in America

Religion and Politics in America [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 0429947356
Author: Allen D. Hertzke,Laura R. Olson,Kevin R. den Dulk,Robert Booth Fowler
Publisher: Routledge
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Religion and Politics in America by Allen D. Hertzke,Laura R. Olson,Kevin R. den Dulk,Robert Booth Fowler Book Resume:

Religion and politics are never far from the headlines, but their relationship remains complex and often confusing. This book offers an engaging, accessible, and balanced treatment of religion in American politics. It explores the historical, cultural, and legal contexts that motivate religious political engagement and assesses the pragmatic and strategic political realities that religious organizations and people face. Incorporating the best and most current scholarship, the authors examine the evolving politics of Roman Catholics; evangelical and mainline Protestants; African-American and Latino traditions; Jews, Muslims, and other religious minorities; recent immigrants and religious "nones"; and other conventional and not-so-conventional American religious movements. New to the Sixth Edition • Covers the 2016 election and assesses the role of religion from Obama to Trump. • Expands substantially on religion’s relationship to gender and sexuality, race, ethnicity, and class, and features the role of social media in religious mobilization. • Adds discussion questions at the end of every chapter, to help students gain deeper understanding of the subject. • Adds a new concluding chapter on the normative issues raised by religious political engagement, to stimulate lively discussions.

Low Fertility Regimes and Demographic and Societal Change

Low Fertility Regimes and Demographic and Societal Change [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 3319640615
Author: Dudley L. Poston, Jr.
Publisher: Springer
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Low Fertility Regimes and Demographic and Societal Change by Dudley L. Poston, Jr. Book Resume:

This book explores how low fertility levels could fundamentally change a country's population and society. It analyzes the profound effects below average birthrates have on virtually all aspects of society, from the economy to religion, from marriage to gender roles. An introduction written by Dudley L. Poston Jr. provides a general overview of this relatively new phenomenon that has already impacted nearly one-half of the countries of the world today. Poston also discusses the broad implications of the changes that these societies are currently experiencing and the ones that they will soon confront. Next, each of the 12 essays collected in this volume look into how a low fertility level affects a particular demographic or societal structure or process. In addition, case studies offer an in-depth portrait of these changes in the United States and China. Coverage includes the dynamics of low and lowest-low (where the birthrate is well below average) fertility, high and increasing life expectancies in the United States, the implications of native-born fertility and other socio-demographic changes for less-skilled U.S. immigration, ageing and age dependency in post-industrial societies, good mothering and gender roles in China, the increasing prevalence of voluntary childlessness, how low fertility and prolonged longevity could result in slow economic growth, the decreasing relevance of traditional religious systems, and more. The emergence and persistence of population decline produced by low fertility levels has the potential to greatly alter key aspects of society as well as individual lives. Containing insightful analysis from some of the top minds in demography today, this book will arm readers with the knowledge they need to fully understand these transformations.

Green Religion

Green Religion [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1452048282
Author: Sylvester L Steffen
Publisher: AuthorHouse
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Green Religion by Sylvester L Steffen Book Resume:

Deep-heart cosmic communication radiates truths of relationships in-common and the fact that “common ground” is wave/ particle pulsation sustaining and transforming all at the same time. The “light of the world” is wave/ particle, electromagnetic photon. We are the shining self-understanding of the cosmos, the scintillating light of Divine Instance in nature. Shine on. Shine on, Oh Cosmic Christ. The common anointing of universal priesthood is the Christic consciousness of universal transformation. “Green” religion is the essential consciousness of existence-in-common and the human distinction of self-aware purpose in transformation and in the fleeting reality of individual existence. The beauty, the glory, this ictus in time is to be savored in the moment, for all individual realization is in the moment. The past is non-reality, the future is non-reality; reality is in the moment; accomplishments and failures of the past project into the future. The ascendant consciousness of self-reflection is the conscionable responsibility of living mindfully, in the moment, grateful for the beauty and the glory of being a crowning achievement of the past as well as the hope for the future. The “cultural spectrum” is nothing other than the grand evolution of the electromagnetic spectrum—the ground-being and becoming of life. The greening of religion is about the florescence of all life, always in process of self-justification. Conscionable living is justified living.

Faith, Identity, Cohesion: Building A Better Future

Faith, Identity, Cohesion: Building A Better Future [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 9811220603
Author: Jolene Gerard,Amanda Huan
Publisher: World Scientific
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Faith, Identity, Cohesion: Building A Better Future by Jolene Gerard,Amanda Huan Book Resume:

The book aims to promote greater understanding of social cohesion amidst existing complexities of faith and identity, and what this portends for our future. The emphasis is on the importance of engagement across beliefs and cultures, the different generations and segments of population, and the diverse interests of people in a digital and interconnected world. The policy officials, religious leaders, scholars and society-at-large will be able to better appreciate the search for common ground and harmony, thereby strengthening their endeavours for coexistence.The book seeks to continue the conversations and deliberations at the International Conference on Cohesive Societies (ICCS) held from 19 to 21 June 2019 in Singapore. The three themes of the ICCS — Faith, Identity, Cohesion — stimulated significant discussions on the need for mutual respect, trust and understanding of each other's beliefs and cultures. Many ideas on the ways forward were raised and further discourse is necessary.An unprecedented line-up of academic, civil society, government, intellectual, policy, religious and youth leaders provided a wide array of perspectives on challenging issues faced by diverse societies around the world. The transcripts of the official speeches elucidate the vision of leadership and aspiration looking ahead. The book also features delightful photographs and graphic recordings of the key thrust articulated during the ICCS.

Love in a Time of Climate Change

Love in a Time of Climate Change [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1506418864
Author: Sharon Delgado
Publisher: Fortress Press
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Love in a Time of Climate Change by Sharon Delgado Book Resume:

Love in a Time of Climate Change challenges readers to develop a loving response to climate change, which disproportionately harms the poor, threatens future generations, and damages God’s creation. This book creatively adapts John Wesley’s theological method by using scripture, tradition, reason, and experience to explore the themes of creation and justice in the context of the earth’s changing climate. By consciously employing these four sources of authority, readers discover a unique way to reflect on planetary warming theologically and to discern a faithful response. The book’s premise is that love of God and neighbor in this time of climate change requires us to honor creation and establish justice for our human family, for future generations, and for all creation. From the introduction: “As we entrust our lives to God, we are enabled to join with others in the movement for climate justice and to carry a unified message of healing, love, and solidarity as we live into God’s future, offering hope in the midst of the climate crisis that ‘another world is possible.’ God is ever present, always with us. Love never ends.”

The Arc of Faith-Based Initiatives

The Arc of Faith-Based Initiatives [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 3319906682
Author: John P. Bartkowski,Susan E. Grettenberger
Publisher: Springer
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The Arc of Faith-Based Initiatives by John P. Bartkowski,Susan E. Grettenberger Book Resume:

This volume offers an in-depth examination of a diverse range of faith-based programs implemented in three different geographical locales: family support in rural Mississippi, transitional housing in Michigan, and addiction recovery in the Pacific Northwest (Washington-Oregon). Various types of religious service providers—faith-intensive and faith-related—are carefully examined, and secular organizations also serve as an illuminating point of comparison. Among other insights, this book reveals how the “three C’s” of social service provision—programmatic content, organizational culture, and ecological context—all combine to shape the delivery of welfare services in the nonprofit world. This book warns against simplistic generalizations about faith-based organizations. Faith-based providers exhibit considerable diversity and, quite often, remarkable resilience in the face of challenging social circumstances. An appreciation of these nuances is critical as policies concerning faith-based organizations continue to evolve.

Faith, Interrupted

Faith, Interrupted [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 0307593150
Author: Eric Lax
Publisher: Vintage
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Faith, Interrupted is a profoundly personal, deeply felt exploration of the mystery of faith—having it, losing it, hoping for its return. The son of an Episcopal priest, Eric Lax develops in his youth a deep religious attachment and an acute moral compass—one that he is willing to go to prison for when it leads him to resist military service in Vietnam. His faith abides until, in his mid-thirties, he begins to question the unquestionable: the role of God in his life. In response, Lax engages with the father who inspired him and with his best friend, a Vietnam War hero turned priest. Their ongoing and illuminating dialogues, full of wisdom and insight, reveal much about three men who approach God, duty, and war in vastly different ways. Lax provides an unusual and refreshing perspective, examining religious conviction sympathetically from both sides as one who has lost his faith but still respects it.

Handing Down the Faith

Handing Down the Faith [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 0190093331
Author: Christian Smith,Amy Adamczyk
Publisher: Oxford University Press
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Handing Down the Faith by Christian Smith,Amy Adamczyk Book Resume:

A new examination of how and why American religious parents seek to pass on religion to their children The most important influence shaping the religious and spiritual lives of children, youth, and teenagers is their parents. A myriad of studies show that the parents of American youth play the leading role in shaping the character of their religious and spiritual lives, even well after they leave home and often for the rest of their lives. We know a lot about the importance of parents in faith transmission. However we know much less about the actual beliefs, feelings, and activities of the parents themselves, what Christian Smith and Amy Adamczyk call the "intergenerational transmission of religious faith and practice." To address that gap, this book reports the findings of a new national study of religious parents in the United States. The findings and conclusions in Handing Down the Faith are based on 215 in-depth, personal interviews with religious parents from many traditions and different parts of the country, and sophisticated analyses of two nationally representative surveys of American parents about their religious parenting. Handing Down the Faith explores the background beliefs informing how and why religious parents seek to pass on religion to their children; examines how parenting styles interact with parent religiousness to shape effective religious transmission; shows how parents have been influenced by their experiences as children influenced by their own parents; reveals how religious parents view their congregations and what they most seek out in a local church, synagogue, temple, or mosque; explores the experiences and outlooks of immigrant parents including Latino Catholics, East Asian Buddhists, South Asian Muslims, and Indian Hindus. Smith and Adamczyk step back to consider how American religion has transformed over the last 100 years and to explain why parents today shoulder such a huge responsibility in transmitting religious faith and practice to their children. The book is rich in empirical evidence and unique in many of the topics it explores and explains, providing a variety of sometimes counterintuitive findings that will interest scholars of religion, social scientists interested in the family, parenting, and socialization; clergy and religious educators and leaders; and religious parents themselves.

Scripture Confessions for Moms

Scripture Confessions for Moms [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10: 1606839284
Author: Keith Provance,Megan Provance
Publisher: Destiny Image Publishers
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Scripture Confessions for Moms by Keith Provance,Megan Provance Book Resume:

Set Your Family on the Right Course When you're a busy mom you may not have time to pray for hours, but it only takes a little time to get your life in order. God has given you powerful promises in His Word: peace, joy, health, provision and more. These promises can become reality in your family when you begin to speak them out every day. The book of Proverbs states that life and death are in the power of the tongue. What you talk about, you bring to pass. When you begin to say the same thing God has promised you, faith will build in your heart and your life will begin to change. Start declaring these Scripture confessions for yourself and your family and set your life on the course for an abundant future.