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Spectators At The Cross by John R. Rice
Laughter At The Foot Of The Cross by M.a. Screech
"Christian laughter is a maze: you could easily get snarled up within it." So says Michael A. Screech in his note to readers preceding this collection of fifty-three elegant and pithy essays. As Screech reveals, the question of whether laughter is acceptable to the god of the Old and New Testaments is a dangerous one. But we are fortunate in our gu
India At The Cross Roads by Goswami Gajanan Puri
At The Cross by Richard H. Allen
In volume two of At the Cross, Richard Allen focuses on the sanctification that follows a believer’s initial commitment to Christ. This book is written for both new and seasoned believers so they may find direction for, and discover the ramifications of, that commitment.
At The Cross by Rev. Dr. J. Bino Rajeshwar
These are sermons preached during the Lenten season. They have been arranged in such a way that is very useful for meditation and soul upliftment. They were preached when I was a priest in the Diocese of Amritsar–Church of North India, India.
At The Cross With Jesus by Carl B. Rife
By combining a compelling sermon series with an insightful group of monologues, "At The Cross With Jesus" offers flexible, effective resources that will keep the cross central in your congregation's minds and hearts during Lent. Practical for use in any church, large or small, the material in "At The Cross With Jesus" is perfect for midweek worship or Holy Week services, and could also be used for a Bible study. The five moving messages in The Symbols Of The Cross examine Jesus' final days by focusing on powerful images from the Passion story. Each homily relates these events to our everyday lives by exploring a specific symbol and the human characteristic it exemplifies. There are also directions for creating a searing memory of these symbols by placing visual representations of each image on a wooden cross. Symbols included are: - The Palms (a symbol of our fickleness) - The Money Bag (a symbol of our greed) - The Towel (a symbol of servanthood) - The Crown of Thorns (a symbol of mockery) - The Nails of the Cross (a symbol of suffering) In Five Who Knew Jesus, five persons who were intimately acquainted with Jesus describe their personal relationships with him. Through hearing the perspective of those who played critical roles in Jesus' life, we are encouraged to look more closely at our own relationships with Christ during the introspective season of Lent. The monologues may be performed in readers' theater format, but are even more effective if memorized. Few props are required, and costumes are a nice touch but not essential. Characters represented are: - John -- a hot-tempered man who becomes the disciple of love - Mary, the mother of Jesus -- a woman who suffers a mother's pain while humbly accepting God's will - Peter -- an arrogant man who becomes a humble disciple - Judas -- the disciple who failed because he thought he knew best - Mary Magdalene -- a woman of the world who strives to love herself as Jesus loved her Carl B. Rife has pastored United Methodist congregations throughout Maryland and Pennsylvania for more than 30 years. His sermons and worship resources have appeared in several CSS publications, and he is the author of "Bumper Sticker Religion" (CSS). Harold D. Shaffer, an active member of St. Stephen Lutheran Church in Arbutus, Maryland, is a licensed clinical counselor who currently serves on the staff of an addictions clinic in Catonsville, Maryland. Shaffer is also on the adjunct faculty of Baltimore City Community College and the Maryland Office of Education and Training for Addiction Services (OETAS).
Addicts At The Cross by Larry Skrant
Addicts at the Cross takes a bold, unabashed stance in stating that the Bible is true: If the Son therefore shall make you free, ye shall be free indeed (John 8:36). The 9 steps will walk students to the cross where Christ sets the captives free. These steps aren’t magic, but a willing and determined pursuit of freedom through them will guide the student to a place where overcoming addiction is assured. Society tells us poverty, lack of education, and unemployment are the underlying causes of addiction. Though strong families and education are vital supports for a stable society as they help a person discover how to act and what to do, the roots of addiction develop and grow from “who” the person is. This 9 step study is designed to dredge up the soil of the addict's heart and uproot the underlying causes of addiction, thereby genuinely setting the addict free.
Women At The Cross by Linda Lesniewski
Who were the women present at Christ's crucifixion? Why did they come, and why did they stay? What did they see? What did they hear? How do their actions speak to people today? In searching for answers to these and other questions, author Linda Lesniewski discovered that she shared a spiritual kinship with the women who stood there as well as those who have been changed by the cross throughout the years. Women who read this book will discover a new depth of love for Jesus Christ and realize a greater appreciation for his sacrifice. They will experience the wonders and mysteries of Christ's love, and their faith will be strengthened. Perfect for small groups or personal study, Women at the Cross brings alive the devotion, loyalty, and servanthood of the women who came, who stayed, and who continue to come even today.
Man At The Cross by Rev. Bagan Tewa
MAN AT THE CROSS seeks simply to awaken the feminine intuitive side of the human race which seems to be dormant in our male-dominated society because it comes to the conclusion that if we are to learn lessons from the past in order to affect much needed change, looking at the structure of ancient societies that were peaceful and in harmony with God and nature, it was the woman who was at the head. And if she was not at the head she had equal power in these societies. This book does this through an honest soul-searching approach to looking at our past history. It is prophetic, profound and insightful in its reach from the United States, Europe, the Caribbean and everywhere else in between. The reader is sure to be engaged as the author moves naturally to and from the voice of a layman to prophetic wisdom as Reverend speaking here from this pulpit which compels all to listen and pay attention.