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Total number of records: 787 Matching records: 787

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Category / Location and Item # / Media
10707 Feed My Lambs: A History of Presbyterian Homes & Family Services, Inc.: 1903-2003
Mary Jo Shannon
Presbyterian Homes & Family Services, Inc
ISBN 0-9724389-0-4
PRE - Presbyterians / PRES / Book
10706 Talking to Your Child About God: A Book for Families of All Faiths
David Heller
Bantam Books
ISBN 0-553-05325-6
PA - Parenting / PAH / Book
For every parent who wants to nurture his or her child's spiritual development, David Heller provides much-needed guidance in one of the most vital areas of life. Without attempting to persuade or convert, Heller's guide helps parents decide how best to impart their own beliefs to their children, and give them a healthy, secure view of the world.
10705 Giving Good Gifts: The Spiritual Journey of Parenthood
George C. Conway
Westminister John Knox
ISBN 0-664-22563-2
PA - Parenting / PAC / Book
Developing spiritual gifts in children is one of the most important principles of good parenting. George Conway uses scriptural insights and personal anecdotes to identify seven gifts that parents can give to their children to help them form healthy spiritual identities. Giving Good Gifts describes how providing our children with these gifts enable us to experience parenting as its own spiritual journey.
10704 Games Grandmas Play: Life Lessons on Christian Faith and Grandchildren
Joan Jacobs
Geneva Press
ISBN 0-664-50150-8
PA - Parenting / PAJ / Book
Joan Jacobs is a wise and experienced grandma. She wants grandmothers everywhere to love what they do and to grow in faith. She brings her theological training, life experience, good humor, and imagination together in an inspiring reflection on one of life's greatest opportunities--being a grandma. Jacobs explores the grandmother/grandchild relationship, showing grandmothers how to offer practical guidance and spiritual wisdom in a way that encourages the development of their grandchildren.
10703 Helping Teenagers Grow Morally: A Guide for Adults
C. Ellis Nelson
Westminster John Knox
ISBN 0-664-25305-9
PA - Parenting / PAN / Book
How can church members help teenagers aquire Christian moral standards? C. Ellis Nelson views morals as a practical outgrowth of beliefs about the meaning of life, and oulines seven strategies that can help adults influence young adults. He emphasizes what Christians can do in congregations to create a caring community that encourages young people to embody virtues that build a better society.
10702 Interchurch Families: Resources for Ecumenical Hope
John C. Bush and Patrick R. Cooney
Westminster John Knox
ISBN 0-664-22562-4
PA - Parenting / PAB / Book
Marriage and families are becoming increasingly complex. No longer can any of us speak with simplicity about what a "typical" family is like, now that our vocabulary includes words like "single parent," "blended," and "multi-faith." Inerfaith Families is a brief, usable book designed for ministers and priests to use with congregants who are entering into, or are already in, an interchurch (Reformed-Catholic) marriage. It can also be useful for laity involved in interchurch families.
10701 Devotions for Men on the Go
Stephen Arterburn
Tyndale House Publisher, Inc.
ISBN 0-8423-5756-4
M - Men / MA / Book
Designed to encourage readers to spend time reading and meditating on the truth of God's Word, these brief devotions, based solidly in Scripture, are ideal for reading over morning coffee, waiting in the car for children after school, or anytime people “on the go” want to make the most of just a few minutes. These devotions will encourage men and women to meditate on God's Word daily, even in the midst of a busy, active schedule.
10700 Miriam: A Novel
Lois T. Henderson
F - Fiction / FH / Book
10699 Reflections Over the Long Haul: A Memoir
Robert McAfee Brown
Westminister John Knox
ISBN 0-664-22404-0
BIO - Biography / BIOB / Book
Robert McAfee Brown was one of the greatest public theologians of his day. He was a pacifist who enlisted as a chaplain in World War II and who later aligned himself with his students to resist the draft and protest the war during Vietnam; a supporter of civil rights who went on the Freedom Ride to Selma and fought for farm workers' rights; and an ecumenist who participated in interreligious dialogue among Protestant, Jews, and Roman Catholics.

This is his memoir, the story of a modest man who lived life according to his conscience and his faith and who was a model for responsible social activism within and outside of the church. Interspersed with his writing are thoughts from his family members on the turbulent and sometimes frightening events through which they all lived.
10698 The Spiral Staircase: My Climb Out of Darkness
Karen Armstrong
Anchor Books
ISBN 0-385-72127-7
BIO - Biography / BIOA / Book
n 1962, at age seventeen, Karen Armstrong entered a convent, eager to meet God. After seven brutally unhappy years as a nun, she left her order to pursue English literature at Oxford. But convent life had profoundly altered her, and coping with the outside world and her expiring faith proved to be excruciating. Her deep solitude and a terrifying illness–diagnosed only years later as epilepsy–marked her forever as an outsider. In her own mind she was a complete failure: as a nun, as an academic, and as a normal woman capable of intimacy. Her future seemed very much in question until she stumbled into comparative theology. What she found, in learning, thinking, and writing about other religions, was the ecstasy and transcendence she had never felt as a nun. Gripping, revelatory, and inspirational, The Spiral Staircase is an extraordinary account of an astonishing spiritual journey.

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