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We have seen progress in recent decades toward Martin Luther King Jr.’s dream of beloved community. But this is not only because of the activism and sacrifice of a generation of civil rights leaders. It happened because God was on the move.
Historian and theologian Charles Marsh partners with veteran activist John Perkins to chronicle God’s vision for a more equitable and just world. Perkins reflects on his long ministry and identifies key themes and lessons he has learned, and Marsh highlights the legacy of Perkins’s work in American society. Together they show how abandoned places are being restored, divisions are being reconciled, and what individuals and communities are doing now to welcome peace and justice.
Now updated with a new preface to reflect on current social realities, this book reveals ongoing lessons for the continuing struggle for a just society. Come, discover your part in the beloved community. There is unfinished work still to do.
Something big and black crashes against the windshield, and an explosion rocks the car. Turn into the skid! I see a flash and something in front of me. Something tall with black material flapping around it like the tail ends of an old-fashioned duster. Long, straw-colored hair. A scraggily goatee. A man? What’s a man doing at the side of the road in the middle of nowhere? Why’s he just standing there? Why doesn’t he get out of the way? I yank the wheel back the other way, and the car swerves around him. And heads straight off the road. When the world stops bouncing and the car settles, I try to keep my eyes focused, but everything blurs around the edges. The waves ebb, and I hear a crunching sound, like boots on gravel. Straining to see, I barely make out . . . What is that? A flag? No, it’s that flapping black material. I think it’s the man I swerved to miss. A sweet, melodious voice makes its way through the undulating roar in my ears. “Let me help you.” Help. Yes, I need help.
Discover the Right Way to Handle Conflict
Conflict is an unavoidable part of life, but you can control how you respond to it. You can let difficult situations fuel your anger and stir your desire to retaliate—or you can choose to grow in empathy, honesty, and acceptance. It’s up to you.
Overcoming Conflict will give you the confidence you need to solve arguments, settle disputes, and restore harmony. You’ll learn…
ten common myths about conflict
how to properly discuss differences and issues
the importance of observing body language
what to do when someone confronts you
the power and meaning of forgiveness
By applying the principles in this book, you will develop new patterns of behavior that will significantly improve your personal and professional relationships and give you greater peace of mind when conflicts arise.
Amazing prophecies of God’s plans for the world can befound embedded in the customs of the feasts of Israel. The intricate detail of theprophecies illustrated in the observances of these feasts provide insight intoGod’s plan for the ages.
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Kregel: When God’s Children Suffer by Horatius Bonar vs. Finding the Good in Grief: Rediscover Joy After A Life-Changing Loss by John F. Baggett
Crossway: Faith. Hope. Love.: The Christ-Centered Way to Grow in Grace by Mark Jones vs. Loving Jesus More by Philip Graham Ryken
New Leaf: The New Answers Book 3 by Ken Ham vs. The New Answers Book 2 by Ken Ham
Intervarsity Press: Twelve Lies That Hold America Captive: And the Truth That Sets Us Free by Jonathan P. Walton vs. Last Call for Liberty: How America’s Genius for Freedom Has Become Its Greatest Threat by Os Guinness
Christian Focus: Betty Greene: Courage has Wings (Trailblazers) by Irene Howat vs. Amy Carmichael: Rescuer by Night (Trailblazers) by Kay Walsh
Reformation Heritage: In Remembrance of Him: Profiting from the Lord’s Supper by Guilelmus Saldenus and Wilhemus a Brakel vs. Essential Truths in the Heart of a Christian by Wilhelmus Schortinghuis