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To The Church In Philadelphia By Justin Michael Imler
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This book contains poems by Justin Michael Imler, a poet from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. His style is free form, atypical (as he has little understanding of what some might refer to as typical... More > poetry) and most comparable to the writings of David Berman.< Less
In the Accessible Church By Tait Berge
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If someone who uses a wheelchair shows up at your church, how would you respond? Would you know what to do, how to act, what to say? Or maybe you would feel a little awkward? That is how Tait... More > Berge’s pastor felt the first time Tait wheeled into International Anglican Church. Now the pastor says, “Our congregation would not be complete without the blessing of Tait as a part of our body.” Inside In the Accessible Church, Tait writes about leaving familiar surroundings in search of an authentic faith community. He wasn’t about to let his disability keep him away from what God had for him. What he found was a church that saw past his disability and into his heart. Journey with Tait as he finds a new church home, worships, and serves his Lord. In the Accessible Church, you will • Learn the framework of the theology of disability • Discover how someone with a disability can be an active part of the church • Be challenged to include someone with a disability in your congregation< Less
In the Accessible Church By Tait Berge
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If someone who uses a wheelchair shows up at your church, how would you respond? Would you know what to do, how to act, what to say? Or maybe you would feel a little awkward? That is how Tait... More > Berge’s pastor felt the first time Tait wheeled into International Anglican Church. Now the pastor says, “Our congregation would not be complete without the blessing of Tait as a part of our body.” Inside In the Accessible Church, Tait writes about leaving familiar surroundings in search of an authentic faith community. He wasn’t about to let his disability keep him away from what God had for him. What he found was a church that saw past his disability and into his heart. Journey with Tait as he finds a new church home, worships, and serves his Lord. In the Accessible Church, you will • Learn the framework of the theology of disability • Discover how someone with a disability can be an active part of the church • Be challenged to include someone with a disability in your congregation< Less
The Church of Tango. By Cherie Magnus
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This is not a "tango book," but a story of survival that cuts across death, cancer, Alzheimer's, loss of home and homeland and cherished heirlooms and possessions, loss of shared histories,... More > of hope for one's children, of hope for the future, of love. But it's also about finding love and unexpected joy. And about listening to the music and dancing. I started writing this story at the time it began--in February of 1992, when I was so depressed after my husband's death I wanted to swallow all of his left-over meds and follow him into the beyond. So what began in a way as a journal or diary became the chronicle of my road to survival in four countries. And once I made that decision to live no matter what tragedy came my way, I plugged on, through one tremendous loss after another, by dancing. No, not yet had the tango found me, but whatever dance there was at the time came to my rescue. I had always been a dancer, and now I knew dance could save me from despair.< Less
St. John of Damascus - Writings (Fathers of the Church vol. 37) By Saint John of Damascus
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[Hardcover] St. John Damascene, among the greatest of the Eastern fathers during the patristic age, produced his work "The Fount of Wisdom" as a summary of Christian philosophy and... More > theology. This volume includes "The Philosophical Chapters," "On Heresies," and "An Exact Exposition of the Orthodox Faith." This classic translation of the saint's magnum opus is now availble in an attractive edition from Ex Fontibus Co.< Less
The Mackintosh Treasury - Miscellaneous Writings - Volume V: The Church – The Body of Christ By Charles Henry Mackintosh
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We trust it may not be deemed out of place if we venture to offer a word of counsel and encouragement to all who have been and are engaged in the blessed work of preaching the gospel of the grace of... More > God. We are, in some measure, aware of the difficulties and discouragements which attend upon the path of every evangelist, whatever may be his sphere of labor or measure of gift; and it is our heart's desire to hold up the hands and cheer the hearts of all who may be in danger of falling under the depressing power of these things. We increasingly feel the immense importance of an earnest, fervent gospel testimony everywhere; and we dread exceedingly any falling off therein. We are imperatively called to "do the work of an evangelist," and not be moved from that work by any arguments or considerations whatsoever. Let none imagine that, in writing thus, we mean to detract, in the smallest degree, from the value of teaching, lecturing, or exhortation.< Less
Sermons from the Halls of Church History: The Writings of APM Volume 2 By C. Matthew McMahon, Therese B. McMahon
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The aim in preparing this work of sermons has been to publish some of the best sermons of the reformed pulpit (or reformed teaching) from the halls of church history - sermons that line up with... More > biblical exegesis and reformation teaching. It is believed that these sermons will be found valuable as examples of great preaching. They will be without a doubt helpful to those who seek reading expositions of the Word of God for the upbuilding of personal character and for strengthening their Christian faith to walk more closely with Jesus Christ. The sermons have been chosen in some cases for their literary and rhetorical excellences, but in every case for their helpfulness in solving some of the problems of Christian living and reformation to glorify God. This volume contains some never before published sermons such as those by Simeon Ashe, Lazarus Seamen, Alexander Henderson and John Hooper, and some important sermons such as the ones by John Calvin and Savanarola. This is not a scan or facsimile.< Less
The Anonymous Writings By George Gillespie
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George Gillespie (1613–1648). George Gillespie, according to Principal John Macleod, was “one of the mighties of his age which was so fertile in massive heroic figures in the field of... More > evangelical Christian theology.” His brief ministry stamped an indelible impress on the Westminster Confession of Faith, particularly those chapters dealing with ecclesiology. More was wrought by him in eleven years, for the good of the Reformed churches, than most men accomplish in a lifetime.” This collection contains the anonymously published tracts attributed to Gillespie, with research proving authorship. The anonymously published tracts are: Reasons Against the Service Book (1638) Dialogue Between a Civilian and a Divine (1644). Faces About: Or, A Recrimination charged upon Mr. John Goodwin (1644). Wholesome Severity Reconciled with Christian Liberty (1645).< Less
The Write to Justice By Heather B. Fox
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THE WRITE TO JUSTICE explores recovery from childhood trauma in a tense exposé that spans more than 50 years. Set against the backdrop of the Canadian landscape, Heather tells of her... More > transition from living on the streets in the City of Toronto as an underage minor, to finding her strength living in rural Nova Scotia and Saskatchewan. Her mother, a woman with presumed postpartum psychosis after giving birth to a daughter in the mid 1950's, struggles with social pressures. Heather suffers the consequences. Uncertain if she wants justice or reconciliation and the ability to forgive, she decides to confront the abuse by her mother with the support of clergy from the United Church of Canada and the Presbyterian Church of Canada. Struggling to heal and recover from trauma and abuse, she writes her way to justice. This is a true story of resiliency, healing and social justice.< Less
Readings in Church History By Jonathan Marshall
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Softcover Edition. What began a number of years ago as material for personal enrichment while teaching a church history course to high school students has finally come together in print form. While... More > certainly not a comprehensive treatment of the literature from eighteen centuries of church history, the accompanying texts do cover a broad cross-section of our ecclesiastical heritage. As you read the writings of these men and women from prior generations, remember that they suffered much at the hands of men for the sake of the Gospel. Remember, too, that it was by the grace of God that these often ordinary individuals from unremarkable beginnings accomplished great things for the cause of Christ. May the King of kings continue to advance his kingdom in every corner of the world over which he sovereignly rules. Soli Deo gloria.< Less