This book will pair student narratives with brain research to provide valuable insights to K-12 educators and university professors.
Author: Heather Dean
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
Today’s educators face challenges unparalleled by previous generations of teachers. A typical classroom is comprised of students from diverse backgrounds, varying languages and unique backgrounds. In order for educators to meet the needs of the individual students within their classes, they must have a grasp on the challenges facing their students. Currently in education, the focus is on marginalized students and the impact their circumstances have on their ability to learn. This book is designed to make the various hardships encountered by many students more personal in order to give teachers insight into the very real needs of today’s students. Educators are familiar with the data regarding students; however, it is through the individual story of students that teachers are reminded of their vital role in nurturing and educating the students that fill their desks each year. This book will pair student narratives with brain research to provide valuable insights to K-12 educators and university professors.
Saying no to church and yes to Christ seems a drastic thing to do, and yet you will find many good reasons why this is a good thing to do. This book looks at the simplicity of following Christ to the exclusion of all else.
Author: Trevor Hartwig
Publisher: WestBow Press
Saying no to church and yes to Christ seems a drastic thing to do, and yet you will find many good reasons why this is a good thing to do. This book looks at the simplicity of following Christ to the exclusion of all else. My Sheep Hear My Voice is the understanding that the author came to over almost sixty-five years of going to church. Now, you can explore the freedom to which you were set free by Jesus Christ through the contents of this book. Jesus Christ - the Way to go, the Truth in person and the Life to lead. John 14:6
My. Sheep. Hear. My. Voice. Since the beg inning of time God has talked, walked,
instructed, rewarded and punished His people. In the garden, Adam was
instructed not to eat from, “the tree of the knowledge of good and evil,” (Genesis 2
Author: Consuella Canada
Publisher: Tate Publishing
In her memoir, My Sheep Hear My Voice, Consuella Canada takes readers deep into the pits of sorrow and pain with a life reflecting the losses and faith of Job-the need for open-heart surgery, a six week coma, paralysis, shattered family dreams and an undying confidence in God and the power of prayer.
Featuring the gifts of writers with diverse connections to the criminal justice system, Hear My Voice is a collaborative effort sponsored by the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America and Augsburg Fortress.
Publisher: Augsburg Fortress Publishing
This grace-filled prayer book invites people who are incarcerated to spend time in prayer, trusting in God's never-failing love for them and the whole world. Others who accompany and care for them, such as family, friends, and chaplains, will also find comfort and encouragement in this resource. Featuring the gifts of writers with diverse connections to the criminal justice system, Hear My Voice is a collaborative effort sponsored by the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America and Augsburg Fortress. This enduring and conveniently sized book is enhanced with beautiful color artwork and provides prayers for many times and circumstances.
As three women attend an awards ceremony in their honor, they relive their complicated personal and religious journeys. While listening to the speakers, each struggles with a difficult choice she must make by the end of the evening that will forever change her life. Mona Sullivan seeks peace and certitude when she becomes a nun, but must adjust to tumultuous changes in her Church. As she becomes an activist public figure, she must decide whether to stay in the Church or leave to become an Episcopal priest. Sandra Miller embarks on a long and difficult journey to become a rabbi at a time when women weren't accepted. Now she must choose between her childhood sweetheart and her successful career. Reverend Elizabeth Adams builds a Presbyterian congregation with her husband, but he leaves her for a younger woman. She discovers she's a lesbian and faces a difficult choice between her same-sex relationship and her career. Set between 1940 and 1990, the story follows the civil rights struggles that revolutionized every major institution-including religion. Real events and figures lend Hear My Voice impressive authenticity and relevance, making it a must-read for people of all faiths.
The book is the personal tale of the author's spiritual awakening. It is also the story of how he left his conservative religious upbringing only to much later learn that love is greater than any force on earth.
Author: Bruce Klein
Is love eternal? Imagine waking up from a dream about trusting your heart and having a spirit introduced herself as your guide. Later you discover that you are actually eternally connected to her through a bond of love that is not easily described or understood in earthly terms. The book is the personal tale of the author's spiritual awakening. It is also the story of how he left his conservative religious upbringing only to much later learn that love is greater than any force on earth. Sometimes, love can be so powerful that it allows a soul on the other side of the veil to reach through and help course correct when life on this earth is headed in the wrong direction. When we come into this life, we carry with us on a soul level a definite set of plans for everything we want to accomplish, the obstacles we want to overcome, and the ones whom we have promised to help along the way. Because we cannot directly access those plans and are learning to assimilate into our new lives, finding our soul path is complicated. For some, the understanding of purpose comes very quickly. Others must spend years clearing out the clutter accumulated as they learned to survive in their environment. Once the energy begins to clear, and we strip away everything, we realize that only love is left. This book is about love and how it can change even the most lost souls, for it is love that powers the Universe.
It is 1938 and Hitler is spreading his poison through Central Europe.
Author: David Vaughan
Publisher: Jantar Publishing
It is 1938 and Hitler is spreading his poison through Central Europe. With the world's press corps descending on Prague, a young man from London arrives in the city as an interpreter. His world is shaken as he witnesses dramatic and unsettling events.
One of Bonnie's greatest strengths is that she faithfully journaled in all seasons. This book records the journey of her up and down times while also moving steadily forward.
Author: Bonnie Connolly
Bonnie Connolly is an American wife, mother, grandmother, Adult Nurse Practitioner, and lover of God. From her early twenties, her growing desire to know God drove her spiritual journey forward. Through good and difficult times, that search remains her underlying life theme. God led her into a professional nursing career and joined her to Mike in Christian marriage, but those successes didn't guarantee that life would be easy. Sometimes we get to know our Lord best as He sustains us through the challenging times when we discover we cannot continue without a closer relationship with Him. One of Bonnie's greatest strengths is that she faithfully journaled in all seasons. This book records the journey of her up and down times while also moving steadily forward. It honestly shares her tests and doubts but ends with victories gained in the process which become tools for the future.Bonnie writes her story and its hard-won lessons in the hope it will provide strength and insights to those reading this personal and intimate, faith-filled book. You will find wisdom and encouragement inside.
Author: Matthew Cheung SalisburyPublish On: 2014-04-28
Cheung Salisbury proposes that the various forms of worship through the centuries and the understanding of liturgy and worship among and upon Christians demonstrates the variety of ways that Christian living operates in service of God.
Author: Matthew Cheung Salisbury
Publisher: Liturgical Press
This study considers what Christian worship has meant to its contemporaries across the centuries. It treats different episodes in the history of the Christian Church and applies to each episode the questions: Why did Christians go to church? Why worship? What happened to Christians there, substantively and otherwise, and how did they respond? With these particular queries as well as passages from contemporary theological and liturgical texts as a starting-point, Cheung Salisbury carefully explores the evidence for the functions of Christian worship. He argues that the purpose and function of worship in Christian life has never been static and the particular approach of different periods to the liturgy has been moderated by wider cultural influences, by theological developments and changes, and by the particular circumstances in which the worship was carried out. Cheung Salisbury proposes that the various forms of worship through the centuries and the understanding of liturgy and worship among and upon Christians demonstrates the variety of ways that Christian living operates in service of God.
This book dives into the act of hearing the voice of God and what it means to follow God's will or "destiny" for our lives.
Author: Karen M. Michaud
Publisher: Xulon Press
This book dives into the act of hearing the voice of God and what it means to follow God s will or destiny for our lives. Whether it s God speaking audibly, through the Holy Spirit via our thoughts, or perhaps through a dream or vision this book helps readers discern the differences and what to do after hearing God speak. What is the goal of discipleship? How do we hear God s voice? What does it mean to hear God s voice? What does the voice of God sound like? How do you fulfill God s destiny? Does God speak in dreams? Can God speak to me in a dream? How do I pray? Finding God s destiny. Finding God s will. Finding God s will for my life. How do I seek God? Seeking God. What can God s Word do for me? What can God s Word accomplish? How can my faith be proven? How do I understand the Word of God? How do I apply the Word of God? Dreams in the Bible. Does God speak through dreams in the Bible? Visions in the Bible. God appearing in a vision. Does God appear in visions? Signs given by God in the Bible. Wonders performed by God in the Bible. Supernatural encounters with God in the Bible. "
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Keo C. Antrim is the middle of the three daughters of Papa "Vee" and Momma "Kone" Chounramany.
Author: Keo C. Antrim
Publisher: Xulon Press
Keo C. Antrim is the middle of the three daughters of Papa "Vee" and Momma "Kone" Chounramany. A refugee from Laos, she grew up with her sisters in the United States since 1975. Keo lives in Northern Virginia with her husband Cliff, their children Rayne and Macky, and their two doggies Wat and Rocket. Keo loves to share the love of the Father with everyone she comes across and has been on fire for the Lord since she accepted Christ into her heart in 2008. She has been commissioned by the Lord to share and teach all the things that He has revealed to her throughout her walk with Him, so that His manifestation may be real to all believers and non-believers. Her heart's cry is to see the sons and daughters of God walk in the fullness of the King of Kings and the Lords of Lords as they surrender all to the One who created all things. Her next book, a collection of testimonials that will inspire you in your walk with God, is forthcoming and should be in publication in 2013.
HEAR HIM 2Chr 6 : 35 then hear from heaven their prayer and HEAR MY VOICE
WHEN I CALL ( NIV ) their supplication , and maintain their cause ( See HEAR , O
LORD ) 2Chr 6 : 39 then hear from heaven Your dwelling place their prayer ...
Author: Thomas Nelson Publishers
Publisher: Thomas Nelson Incorporated
Finally there is a concordance that gives readers the exact chapter-and-verse location of what you most often remember from the Bible--phrases, not just words. Unlike any other phrase concordance available, this all-in-one reference is perfect for use with all five major Bible translations. Features the exclusive Fan-Tab thumb index system.
And since voice signifies divine truth from the Lord , therefore the Lord said , “
That the sheep hear his voice , that they know his voice ; and other sheep I have ,
them also I must bring , and they shall hear my voice : my_sheep hear my voice ...
5 ; ) where to hear Him , denotes to have faith in Him , and to obey His precepts ,
or to have faith in the will . ... And other sheep I have , which are not of this
sheepfold , them also must I bring , and they shall hear My voice , and shall
What , for example , do people mean when they tell me as quite often they do —
that they hear me in my published writing : " That really sounds like you ” or “ I
really heard you in that piece . " I infer these to be statements about my " voice ...
Author: Kathleen Blake Yancey
Publisher: National Council of Teachers
This collection of essays approaches "voice" as a means of expression that lives in the interactions of writers, readers, and language, and examines the conceptualizations of voice within the oral rhetorical and expressionist traditions, and the notion of voice as both a singular and plural phenomenon. An explanatory introduction by the editor is followed by 19 essays: (1) "What Do We Mean When We Talk about Voice in Texts?" (Peter Elbow); (2) "Claiming My Voice" (Toby Fulwiler); (3) "Coming to Voice" (Gail Summerskill Cummins); (4) "Affect and Effect in Voice" (Doug Minnerly); (5) "Technical Texts/Personal Voice: Intersections and Crossed Purposes" (Nancy Allen and Deborah S. Bosley); (6) "Voices in the News" (Meg Morgan); (7) "The Chameleon 'I': On Voice and Personality in the Personal Essay" (Carl H. Klaus); (8) "The Difference It Makes to Speak: The Voice of Authority in Joan Didion" (Laura Julier); (9) "Teaching Voice" (Margaret K. Woodworth); (10) "Classroom Voices" (Paula Gillespie); (11) "Voice as Muse, Message, and Medium: The Views of Deaf College Students" (John A. Albertini and others); (12) "Varieties of the 'Other': Voice and Native American Culture" (Tom Carr); (13) "East Asian Voices and the Expression of Cultural Ethos" (John H. Powers and Gwendolyn Gong); (14) "Voice and the Naming of Woman" (Susan Brown Carlton); (15) "Voicing the Self: Toward a Pedagogy of Resistance in a Postmodern Age" (Randall R. Freisinger); (16) "The Virtual Voice of Network Culture" (Mark Zamierowski); (17) "Concluding the Text: Notes toward a Theory and the Practice of Voice" (Kathleen Blake Yancey and Michael Spooner); and (18) "An Annotated and Collective Bibliography of Voice: Soundings from the Voices Within" (Peter Elbow and Kathleen Blake Yancey). (NKA)