How can we translate our concern for our country and the world into effective action? This study explores the lives of four people in the Old Testament who also wanted to make a difference: Amos, who dared to stand for God s truth against the highest officials in the nation; Obadiah, who explained why longstanding family feuds bring defeat and disgrace; Micah, who showed why the only hope for any nation is surrender to the Lord; and Zephaniah, who saw the coming Day of the Lord and told people how to get ready. Each of these prophets was called to deal courageously with the sin around them. Learn from them how to bring change to your own community and nation, starting where you are right now! The Wiersbe Bible Study Series delivers practical, in-depth guides to selected books of the Bible. Featuring insights from Dr. Warren W. Wiersbe s Be Concerned commentary, this eight-week study includes engaging questions and practical applications that will help you connect God s Word with your life."
This collection of literature attempts to compile many of the classic, timeless works that have stood the test of time and offer them at a reduced, affordable price, in an attractive volume so that everyone can enjoy them.
Teacher educators live hectic lives at institutional and discipline boundaries. Our greatest potential for influence is through developing relationships with others in our practice. Our work is fundamentally relational and emotional. We are obligated to the teachers we teach and the public students they teach. Our practice exists in the midst of experience, conflicting and often hostile boundaries, and between what we know from research and what we understand from practice. Self-study of practice invites researchers to embrace the hectic and fragmented territory of practice as the space for study.
This book educates those who would like to explore practice in the methodology of self-study. It provides both a pragmatic and theoretic guide. It grounds the research in ontology and establishes dialogue as the inquiry process. It supports researchers through the use of frameworks to guide research and explication of strategies for conducting it.
"Oh, what a glorious day!" cried Bessie King, the first of the members of the Manasquan Camp Fire Girls of America to emerge from the sleeping house of Camp Sunset, on Lake Dean, and to see the sun sparkling on the water of the lake. She was not long alone in her enjoyment of the scene, however.
"I really believe we can find the answers to the questions and problems of life in God's word, the Bible, and I tried to convey that to my students over the years. Studying the Bible is spiritually enlightening and personally empowering to make you a better parent, child, friend and witness for Christ. Studying the bible can also be fun. By using the outline approach, you can organize your thoughts, and increase your understanding of the truths and principals from the scriptures. Read this book for some examples of outlining, then choose a scripture and make your own outlines."
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