31 Days Of Prayer For My Child

Author: Susan Alexander Yates
Publisher: Baker Books
ISBN: 1441244174
Size: 47.59 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Between sibling rivalry, keeping children safe, and teaching their kids about Jesus, sometimes parents just want to scream for help! Well, help is here. Authors Susan Alexander Yates and daughter, Allison Yates Gaskins, are mothers themselves and know firsthand the worrisome responsibilities of child-rearing. As parents, they also know the importance of praying for and with their children, whether or not they know how or where to begin. With all this in mind, Yates and Gaskins have creatively written a simple book that guides parents through thirty-one prayers about down-to-earth issues they face with their children. Organized by day or topic, this book makes it easy for parents to tell God how they're feeling and to ask for his guidance in their lives and the lives of their children.

For My Future Husband 31 Short Prayers

Author: Ava James
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
ISBN: 0244621519
Size: 31.16 MB
Format: PDF
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Are you expecting to find love? Have you given up hope in the waiting? 31 Short Prayers is for those who need inspiration and perhaps have grown weary when it seems there is a delay in meeting the 'one'. Through prayer, many avenues are opened including the most important bond that will be created with the Lover of your soul.

Let Not Man Put Asunder

Author: Chris Christian
Publisher: WestBow Press
ISBN: 151276342X
Size: 55.60 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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This book presents a biblical and historical view of marriage, divorce, and remarriage to explore the heart of God on these subjects. It is intended to provide critical insights needed for counselors to provide biblical based counseling for these difficult and challenging topics that lead to lifelong fulfilling marriage relationships. Couples who are currently struggling in their marriage will find encouragement and direction for building strong and vibrant marriages. Those that have been divorced will find reason to believe that God can restore and reconcile the broken marriage relationship better than it was in the beginning. Those that have been remarried following a divorce will discover that they can find peace with God and now build a lifelong marriage that honors the vows made with the new spouse.

Zondervan Niv Study Bible

Author: Hendrickson Bibles
Publisher: Hendrickson Publishers
ISBN: 1565639871
Size: 50.30 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Setting the standard for a whole new level of study Over 6 million readers have made Zondervan's The NIV Study Bible #1 in the Christian marketplace. Now by special arrangement, this outstanding resource is available from Hendrickson in versatile loose-leaf format. Offering the maximum number of study helps in one place, it features extra wide margins so readers can make their own notes. And because it's a snap to add pages wherever needed-or transfer them to any standard 3- or 5- ring notebook-it's a tremendously versatile tool for teachers and serious students of Scripture.

Skepticism And American Faith

Author: Christopher Grasso
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0190494395
Size: 31.42 MB
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Between the American Revolution and the Civil War, the dialogue of religious skepticism and faith shaped struggles over the place of religion in politics. It produced different visions of knowledge and education in an "enlightened" society. It fueled social reform in an era of economic transformation, territorial expansion, and social change. Ultimately, as Christopher Grasso argues in this definitive work, it molded the making and eventual unmaking of American nationalism. Religious skepticism has been rendered nearly invisible in American religious history, which often stresses the evangelicalism of the era or the "secularization" said to be happening behind people's backs, or assumes that skepticism was for intellectuals and ordinary people who stayed away from church were merely indifferent. Certainly the efforts of vocal "infidels" or "freethinkers" were dwarfed by the legions conducting religious revivals, creating missions and moral reform societies, distributing Bibles and Christian tracts, and building churches across the land. Even if few Americans publicly challenged Christian truth claims, many more quietly doubted, and religious skepticism touched--and in some cases transformed--many individual lives. Commentators considered religious doubt to be a persistent problem, because they believed that skeptical challenges to the grounds of faith--the Bible, the church, and personal experience--threatened the foundations of American society. Skepticism and American Faith examines the ways that Americans--ministers, merchants, and mystics; physicians, schoolteachers, and feminists; self-help writers, slaveholders, shoemakers, and soldiers--wrestled with faith and doubt as they lived their daily lives and tried to make sense of their world.

Leslie S

Author: John Albert Sleicher
Size: 34.27 MB
Format: PDF, Docs
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