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Art For God S Sake by Philip Graham Ryken
The creation sings to us with the visual beauty of God's handiwork. But what of man-made art? Much of it is devoid of sacred beauty and is often rejected by Christians. Christian artists struggle to find acceptance within the church. If all of life is to be viewed as "under the lordship of Christ," can we rediscover what Gods plan is for the arts? Philip Graham Ryken brings into sharp focus a biblical view of the arts and the artists who make art for God's sake. This is a concise yet comprehensive treatment of the major issue of the arts for all who seek answers. - Publisher.
For God S Sake by Ambi Parameswaran (Foreword by Amish Tripathi)
An adman constantly strives to connect market research data to insight on a winning campaign. Ambi Parmeshwaran has developed a fascination for how Indians are getting more religious but also more consumption driven. Combining his thirty- year experience as an adman with a lifelong passion for religious studies, Ambi seeks to answer questions like: • Why has the bindi disappeared from advertisements? • How did Akshaya Trithaya become such a big deal? • What makes Lord Shiva so cool? • How did a Chennai-based department store start the New Year's Sale phenomenon? • Are Muslims more open-minded shoppers? • Why do people who have no interest in using an MBA degree still get an MBA degree? • How did the Manusmriti do a disservice to Hindu women? • What can Harvard Business School learn from the Kumbh Mela? Ambi has filled this book with personal stories, anecdotes, lessons and excerpts from research and other publications. This book is a treat for anyone interested in how religion has evolved and how clever marketers have ridden the wave by tailoring their products and services.
The Divine Artist by Stephen Bennett
'The Divine Artist' - 'Art for God's Sake' "God the Divine Artist became the art - He, Jesus, hung on the wooden frame of the cross. He would provide the inspiration for the future artists in these end-times, and to emblazon buildings and canvases, with a chiaroscuro spectrum of Renaissance thought along the way of centuries' Stephen Bennett. Art and artisans can change the world, that possibility is seen all around us; through film, art, music, fashion, architecture, social media, digital platforms, an endless list. Yet, creativity is not just for the artist; creativity is at the very heart and centre of Christianity. In God's eyes everything is art, He is an artist in every sense of the word, and all things He created are for His purposes. The heavens and the world are a canvas oiled and stretched, for us to walk on, and create in. Art as an awakening is normal daily fare in our digital world; God's final purposes for art are at hand in this 21st century. He has many artistic visions to give His artisans on earth. In this book you will get to know God's character as the Divine Artist, and you can let your art be inspired for His sake"
Lead For God S Sake by Todd Gongwer
If you’ve ever asked yourself why you do what you do, or wondered what your purpose is in life, this book is for you. The lives of an intensely-driven basketball coach, an ultra-successful CEO, and an unassuming janitor all intersect in this captivating parable about leadership, relationships, and the pursuit of success. An unforgettable story packed with profound truths, LEAD . . . for God’s Sake! will challenge you to think deeply about who you are as a leader, what success means to you, and why you do what you do. Whether you’re leading a business, a team, or your own family, this book is the first and most important step to becoming the leader you were meant to be.
Most managers today work solely on intuition rather than best practices plus intuition. People keep reinventing what it means to be a manager, instead of learning from others' experience and improving on it. People these days are not less talented; they have access to more information and they are fast learners. The problem is that there aren't enough places to learn from, as organizations — large and small — are so mercurial and unstable. This book summarizes the author's experience from two major sources: a) growing with different companies through all the management ranks up to Vice President in a mega US corporation in the computer industry, and b) from working as a consultant to dozens of companies and hundreds of managers from different backgrounds and industries. New and experienced managers will benefit from principles, approaches, and checklists for current managerial challenges. The book covers a broad range of managerial challenges — from role definition to strategy to communication. Contents: A Manager's CookbookThe Manager's JobSetting and Achieving GoalsGlobal Company StrategyCommunication Technocrat B2B Marketing BasicsSales Organization Basics for B2BOrganizations: Culture, Structure, and PeopleFriend of NumbersTurning the Curve with Sprezzatura Readership: Managers and leaders of small and medium companies and mid-level management of large companies; general public interested in managerial leadership. Keywords: Management; Experience; Leadership; Manager; Leader; Operational Strategy; Strategy; Execution; Work Management; People Management; Business Ecosystem; Setting Goals; Achieving Goals; Achievement; Business in Numbers; Sprezzatura; Organizations; Principles in Management; Marketing Basics; Sales Basics; Critical Mass; Sunk Cost Review:0
Be A Leader For God S Sake by Bruce E. Winston
Godless For God S Sake Nontheism In Contemporary Quakerism by David Boulton
27 Quakers from 13 Yearly Meetings in four countries tell how they combine committed membership of the Religious Society of Friends with rejection of traditional belief in a transcendent, personal and supernatural God. For some of these 'nontheist' Friends, God is no more (but no less) than a symbol of the wholly human values of 'mercy, pity, peace and love'. For others, the idea of God and 'God-language' has become an archaism and a stumbling-block. Readers who seek a faith or world-view free of supernaturalism, whether they are Friends, members of other traditions or drop-outs from old-time religion, will find themselves in the company of a varied group whose search for an authentic 21st century understanding of religion and spirituality has led them to declare themselves 'Godless - for God's Sake'.
Facing Surgery With Christ by Amos Van Der Merwe
We love being well and enjoying life, but in every life there comes a time when the certainties of tomorrow fade away in the anguish of today's reality. We get sick, face surgery and therapy and worry. Facing Surgery with Christ is the product of a cancer surgeon's experience with the spiritual needs of his patients.
For God S Sake by Doctor Lee Marsden
Religious fundamentalism is a powerful force not only in American domestic politics but also in the way America acts abroad. In For God’s Sake Lee Marsden investigates the way that the Christian Right have influenced US foreign policy, arguing that this influence will continue to fuel hostility against the country for many years to come. Marsden looks at how the Religious Right have exerted pressure on America’s powerful elite through campaign contributions, lobbying and policy-making, and are training a new generation of leaders to extend this influence into the future. Through the mass media, the Christian Right also help to spread American soft power abroad. For God’s Sake considers the negative impact which this influence is having on the environment, democracy and human rights, and considers how it has manifested itself in US policy towards Israel, Iraq and Iran. Finally, the book examines what the future might hold for the Christian Right’s political fortunes in the changing climate of contemporary America.
Breathe For God S Sake by Reshad Feild
This book holds a treasure of deep in -sights into the great mystery of breathfrom a spiritual perspective. Inspiringdis courses, eVective and safe practicesand beautiful poetry from various tradi -tions encourage the reader to explorethe wonder of breath on many levels.What is breath, really? What is themeaning of this life-giving secret? Howimportant is conscious breathing fortrue spiritual transformation? Whatdo we make of the fact that our life'spossibilities lie between an in- and anout-breath? How is breath related tothe rhythm of the universe and, thus,to time? What is its role in the "beco-ming of being" from the ever present"womb of the moment"? How can webreathe in food and distill it into thealchemical elixir needed for real changein our life to come about? How can webreathe out to change the atmospherein a room or in a given situation, in fullresponsibility for the people around usand for "the world to come"? Whatcould it mean that Jesus "walked onwater" and that "breath and Spirit areone"? What is, esoterically speaking,the relation be tween Mary, Jesus, theSpirit of God, Ruh Allah,and Christ? On the basis of his lifelong studies ofthe world's major spiritual traditions,and especially from the inner essence ofSuWteaching, Reshad Feild providesfood for thought and practical means tohelp people work with the breath ineveryday life. For more than forty yearshe has been of considerable inXuence atthe forefront of spiritual teaching inthe West. Among his books are the auto -biographical bestselling novels The LastBarrier and To Know We're Loved.