This book is true to its title and opens an avenue for the thoughts and emotions that people are normally reluctant to express.
Author: Dana English-Nelson
Hear My Voice is an inspirational book that focuses on life's daily issues, situations, and struggles in the form of poetry. This book is true to its title and opens an avenue for the thoughts and emotions that people are normally reluctant to express. As you turn the pages of Hear My Voice, you will realize that the things that we try to hide are the things that hurt inside. But through our silence, our growth can be stunted and our joy can be deprived. Dana takes you on a mission of experiencing growing pains, love, hate, and other feelings that one may go through. She is the voice that speaks out. She demonstrates how going through the motions can lead to captioning a personal relationship with God in the end. Beginning with common childhood experiences, transitioning to adulthood, and traveling through life journeys of circumstantial growth, her poetry can be understood and appreciated by readers throughout the world.
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
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.
One artist alone created more than 300 watercolors that included quotes from the
children describing their suffering. And now we have Hear My Voice—a book
written entirely from the sworn testimonies given by children while they were
Publisher: Workman Publishing
The Testimony of Children A moving picture book for older children and families that introduces a difficult topic, amplifying the voices and experiences of immigrant children detained at the border between Mexico and the US. The children's actual words (from publicly available court documents) are assembled to tell one heartbreaking story, in both English and Spanish (back to back). Each spread is illustrated in striking full-color by a different Latinx artist. A portion of sales will be donated to human rights organizations that work with children on the border.
Set between 1940 and 1990, the story follows the civil rights struggles that revolutionized every major institution-including religion.
Author: Marcia R. Rudin
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Sister Mona Sullivan wants to become a Catholic priest. If she chooses this path she must renounce her vows as a nun and leave the Church. Sandra Miller, one of the first women rabbis, and Elizabeth Adams, one of the first women Presbyterian pastors, must choose between their lovers and their careers. Whe the three women attend a gala dinner to receive an award for their professional accomplishments, each recalls fifty years of her life and struggle to forge a pathbreaking career and find her own voice. as the evening draws to a close, each maeks the decision that will forever change her life.
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.
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.
Once a generation comes a story of the world on the brink that has such scope that readers can only gasp at the vision. Only Some Can Hear My Voice is this generation's.
Author: Brian O'Grady
Once a generation comes a story of the world on the brink that has such scope that readers can only gasp at the vision. Only Some Can Hear My Voice is this generation's. It imagines a world where tensions have risen to the point where any number of events could lead to cataclysmic results and two mysterious figures who claim to be oracles. And then there is the boy - a boy who might the source of salvation . . . or apocalypse.
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.
Nepalese translation of the book about learning how to hear the Lord
Author: Joseph Hedgecock
Nepalese translation of the book about learning how to hear the Lord
Are you a woman who wants to develop a vibrant prayer life, but may not know where to start?
Author: Erika Michelle
Are you a woman who wants to develop a vibrant prayer life, but may not know where to start? I understand and I have been there. I used to be so fearful that when I prayed I was praying the "wrong" way and saying all the "wrong" things. But The Lord convicted me that there is no right or wrong way to pray.The Hear My Voice prayer Journals are guided journals. Each day has a prompt to get you started as you pour out your heart to the Lord. There is also space to write how and when the Lord answered your prayer. These journals are remembrances of what God has done and a reminder that when you pray, He hears your voice.
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.
Finally, the book has an exhaustive bibliography useful to those interested in pursuing topics further. Regardless of your favorite herding breed and your style of herding, this book will hold an invaluable place in your herding library.
Author: Lynnette Rau Milleville
HEAR MY VOICE is one of the few herding books available today that focuses on the training and use of sheep dogs working in the traditional European style. This style, often called "tending" to distinguish it from the "gathering" style of Border Collies, Kelpies, Australian Shepherds and other similar breeds, is still found in rural European communities, from France, to Sardinia, to mainland Italy, to Switzerland, and to the countries of the old Soviet bloc. This book, reveals the tending style developed in relation to the limiting conditions of the special European environments, both natural and political/social. This book describes much more than the development of tending in its environmental and political/social contexts. It is much more than a "how to" book on training tending dogs (although the "training" chapters themselves make the book invaluable to those interested in training their dogs in the tending style). It also focuses on topics rarely found in herding books - topics particularly useful to all who work dogs for fun and/or profit, regardless of their natural working styles. This book covers a wide range of topics. The chapter on learning theory includes the ideas and insights of psychologists working in the field of operant conditioning; the chapter on wild canines discusses the evolutionary foundation of the herding instinct; the chapter on sheep breeds discusses the behavioral characteristics of different breeds of sheep. There are chapters on plants poisonous to sheep, puppy instinct tests, real world tending applications, and more. Finally, the book has an exhaustive bibliography useful to those interested in pursuing topics further. Regardless of your favorite herding breed and your style of herding, this book will hold an invaluable place in your herding library.
This book reveals a silent world through the voice of an insightful, articulate young adult with autism.
Author: Judith H. Cohen
Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
This book reveals a silent world through the voice of an insightful, articulate young adult with autism. It gives perspectives from those who have known him from diagnosis in early childhood through to independent adult life. After each chapter, the author presents "reflections" that highlight the key issues pertinent to autism.