Choosing The Life Within

Author : Jean Vale
ISBN : OCLC:857719668
Genre : Charities, Medical
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Category: Charities, Medical

Identity Matters Advancing Life Within

Author : Stephen Phinney
ISBN : 9781329890428
Genre : Religion
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Identity Matters - Advancing Life Within Workbook & Conference Guide is a 13-week course designed for a combination of individual, small group & conference study guide. It is a course in the personal discovery of a believer's IDENTITY in the shared co-death, burial, resurrection & ascension of, and in, Christ Jesus - the Exchanged Life. This workbook contains 80+ diagrams to help communicate the freeing Truths of who the believer is in Christ! Newly revised and updated to better enhance your study. Please log on to: www.IOMAmerica.org to listen to the audios that go with each lesson without charge.
Category: Religion

Choosing A Life Time Partner Using God S Perspective

Author : JEAN SHIM
ISBN : 9781466975330
Genre : Self-Help
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There are too many relationships that the people involved are hurting and living a lie just because of what others may think or say of them. It is time for people to think of themselves and what they are experiencing. It is time for self-evaluation because too many people are suffering medically, mentally, emotionally, and even socially because of trying to please others and hiding others faults. It is time to wake up.
Category: Self-Help

Choosing Life

Author : Kevin William Wildes
ISBN : 0878406468
Genre : Religion
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A collection of revised essays from a symposium on Evangelium vitae organized at Georgetown University, Nov. 1995.
Category: Religion

Very Near To You

Author : Avraham Burg
ISBN : 9789652295644
Genre : Religion
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The book is a new interpretation of the weekly torah reading. It is written from a world view deeply committed to Judaism, which places the responsibility of interpretation and identity on each one of us. The Torah is not in heaven but in the heart and mouth of you and me, to study it and to live by it. Through this book the author tries to involve the reader in the language of the five books of Moses that has been present in our lives for thousands of years. It's a language which is human, universal, moral, historical and national. "My interpretation is one of many and I try to invite the reader or student to argue or to agree, to add or to subtract from my interpretation, or even better to develop their own interpretation and spread it around." Avraham Burg-Author
Category: Religion

Choosing The Life You Were Born To Live

Author : Christine M. Sopa
ISBN : 145255692X
Genre : Self-Help
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“Once you become aware of a thought that is limiting you in one way or another, you then have the power to change it.” The thoughts and beliefs we have about ourselves and the world around us create our reality. That reality is the matrix in which we make choices that affect our life and our level of joy every day. Through her compelling personal stories, humor, and the vulnerable nature in which she shares pieces of her own life, Christine Sopa guides you on a journey of selfdiscovery where you will learn to use the power of your thoughts to achieve joy in an ever-changing world. Many of us have come to a point in our lives where we know we can look back but never go back. At this point, it is imperative to be able to see the bigger picture of your life, to understand that you deserve and have the power to create the world around you as you want it to be and that guidance is available to all of us every step of the way. All we have to do is learn how to listen. On this journey of self-exploration, you will learn to understand what barriers keep you from overcoming your deepest fears, how to use your emotions as a guide in making choices, and finally understand why you make the choices you do in your life. Choosing the Life You Were Born to Live gives away the secret to believing in yourself, how to make choices that will honor your highest path in life and why life shows up the way it does. If you are ready to transform your life once and for all, then this is the journey for you!
Category: Self-Help

Light Within

Author : Laurence Freeman
ISBN : 9781853118678
Genre : Religion
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The Benedictine monk and writer, Laurence Freeman, took over the mantle of John Main after his death in 1982 and continues the work that he began, teaching Christians from all traditions the simplest way of prayer - meditation. It is simple in that it requires no words, yet encountering God without the safety barrier of our own thoughts and ideas is to open ourselves to total transformation. This collection of talks on Christian meditation is full of practical advice and great spiritual insights in equal measure. It shows how discovering the presence of Christ within through meditative prayer can give shape and purpose to everything we do and are: our actions, emotions, fears, longings, failings and dreams. As John Main taught, the point of this kind of prayer is to allow God's presence to become not just a reality, but the reality of our lives.
Category: Religion

Living For The Future

Author : Rachel Muers
ISBN : 9780567130396
Genre : Religion
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Our relationship to future generations raises fundamental issues for ethical thought, to which a Christian theological response is both possible and significant. A relationship to future generations is implicitly central to many of today's most public controversies - over environmental protection, genetic research, and the purpose of education, to name but a few; but it has received little explicit or extended consideration. In Living for the Future Rachel Muers argues and seeks to demonstrate that to consider future generations as ethically significant is not simply to extend an existing ethical framework, but to rethink how ethics is done. Doing intergenerationally responsible theology and ethics means paying attention to how people are formed as theological and ethical reasoners (reasoners about the good), how social practices of deliberation about the good are maintained and developed, and how all of this relates to an understanding of the world as the sphere of God's transforming action. In other words, an intergenerationally responsible theological ethics will pay attention to the ethics, and the spirituality, of "ethics" itself. Her account of the ethical relation to future generations centres on three key concepts: "choosing life" (see Deut 30:19); "keeping the sources open"; and "sustaining fruitful contexts". These concepts are developed theologically and in engagement with extra-theological conversations on intergenerational responsibility. She shows how they take up and move beyond concerns expressed in those conversations - for "survival", for the right distribution of resources, and for the maintenance of human values.
Category: Religion

Choosing Stillness Knowing Love

Author : Christine Dixon
ISBN : 9781512742480
Genre : Religion
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Often our default is to turn for guidance to external sources rather than connecting to the God-given Spirit of Love within us. We may effectively forfeit our direct connection to God and become dependent on outside authorities, causing our spiritual roots to remain shallow and insecure. Choosing Stillness, Knowing Love offers a practical daily plan that makes connecting to the Spirit of God personal and tangible. Through guided journaling, awareness, and stillness exercises, this book encourages the reader to develop the habit of creating space to listen to the still, small voice of God. This leads to deeper roots that result in healing, wisdom, and a natural production of the fruit of the Spirit. This book is designed to focus on one person at a time, one moment at a time.
Category: Religion

Choosing Futures

Author : Nicholas Foskett
ISBN : 0415232384
Genre : Education
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Education is becoming more competitive - choice in education is now a key issue. This book will help parents, schools, colleges, universities and policy makers understand how education and training markets work. Choosing Futures offers a wide ranging perspective on how young people, and their parents, make choices as they travel through a lifetime of education and training. The authors challenge traditional views of how choices are made of primary school, secondary school, college, university and career, which assume that choices are rational and objective. Instead this book reveals how choices depend upon a range of factors: *young people's personal experiences *individual and family histories *perceptions of education and careers. The book compares choice for 5 to 11 year olds, and for 16 and 18 year olds; drawing out models of the decision making process, and at the same time the consequences on schools, colleges and individuals of 'enhanced choice'.
Category: Education