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Good Hearts by Suellen M. Hoy
Suellen Hoy's Good Hearts describes and analyzes the activities and contributions of Catholic nuns in Chicago. Beginning with the arrival of women-religious in 1846 and ending with the sisters' social activism in the 1960s, Good Hearts traces the development and evolution of the sisters' work and ministry that included education, health care, and social services.Contrary to conventional portrayals of religious as reclusive and conservative, the nuns in Good Hearts are revealed as dynamic, powerful agents of change. Catholic sisters lived on the edge, serving sick and poor immigrants as well as those racially and religiously unlike themselves, such as the uneducated black migrants from the South. At all times, the sisters emphasized the importance of education to social mobility and equality. Hoy makes extensive use of primary documents, secondary sources, and personal interviews, as well as a series of revealing photographs to document their work and show that while almost always hidden, never-ending, and regularly ignored by male church leaders, the sisters' contributions were unique and generous, often saving those most at risk in a growing city.
Growing Good Hearts by Candace A. Croft
Regardless of age, we each live simultaneously as a child and a parent while at home, work, and play. Receiving divine instruction daily, each person remains forever a child in the universe. If you have children, if you have employees or colleagues, if you have friends and family, if you have a spouse or partner, if you aspire to align with Self, you are also a parent, nurturing growth. According to the sacred contract, each of us is charged to nourish the heart of any child entrusted into our care, support every child's development, count the blessings each child brings, cutivate goodness and light, remain true to the divine plan, and facilitate lush growth. Integrating expertise in child development, parenting, and spirituality, the author discusses parenting moments from infancy through the toddler years. Each moment is divided into three sections: an anecdote illustrating a teachable moment in a child's development, a discussion of the developmental concept involved, and an application of the life lesson at a higher level. In addition, prayers are interspersed throughout the book to provide wishes, guidance, and encouragement from the child at heart. A parenting mantra is repeated as a reminder to relax, breathe, and realize that teachable moments are a part of healthy development. Activities are provided to assist the reader's personal development. Each child holds the seed of a parent. Within each parent is the heart of a child. May this book guide you to learn the lessons of child-heart and parent wisely, nurturing the spirit of those entrusted into your care according to the sacred contract. A book from The Heart of Tabankhu
A Call To The Officers Of The Army And All Good Hearts To Stand Upon Their Watch And In All Meeknesse And Sobriety To Plead For The Interest Of The People Of God And For The Just Liberties Of These Nations From Diverse Of Their Antient Friends And Comrades That Are Lovers Of Peace And Righteousnesse by S. R.
Good Hearts by Reynolds Price
In a love story set in North Carolina and Tennessee, Wesley Beaver plans to abandon his thirty-year marriage to Rosacoke Mustian, but his decision forces them to confront questions of faith, commitment and will, love and good heartedness
The Good Heart by Dalai Lama
In this landmark book of interfaith dialogue, the Dalai Lama provides an extraordinary Buddhist perspective on the teachings of Jesus, commenting on well-known passages from the four Christian Gospels including the Sermon on the Mount, the parable of the mustard seed, the Resurrection, and others. Drawing parallels between Jesus and the Buddha--and the rich traditions from which they hail--His Holiness delivers a profound affirmation of the sacred in all religions. Readers will be inspired by the Dalai Lama's discussion of the endless merits of each tradition and uplifted by the common humanity between them.
Keep A Good Heart by Cousin Carrie (pseud.)
Loving Hearts by NANCY ASHWORTH
In 1850 Joe receives a letter from his runaway wife asking for a divorce and saying, by the way, I was with child when I left and you have a son who is seven years old now. Joe writes back saying come to No Man's Land (later Oklahoma) and bring my young'uns with you and we will talk about a divorce. With a lot of prayer and careful thought Joe helps his wife, Elizabeth, grow up and face all their problems...first being do they still love each other and second how to help their children. Joe has a hard time making his spoiled wife learn how to be a good mother and wife and to decide if she wants to stay with him or not. Then Elizabeth's parents decide they have other plans for their daughter and grandchildren and try to take them back. So Elizabeth's two grandfathers come to the rescue. A kidnapping occurs and outlaws pursued in this first adventure with the Gray family and their friends. Loving Hearts do conquer all problems - Always and Forever.
Parent Fuel by Barry St. Clair
“Each chapter is worth the price of the book.” Josh and Dottie McDowell “Barry St. Clair equips moms and dads to fuel a fire [for Christ] in the hearts of their kids.” Andy Stanley, Pastor, Northpoint Community Church Parent Fuel: For the Fire Inside Our Kids will fuel the fire in our most important relationships—with Christ and our kids. More than any other generation, today’s children and teenagers find themselves isolated from caring adults. Our kids need love, security, and support from their parents now more than ever. How do we connect with a disconnected generation? Parent Fuel makes that connection! It offers you a new, fiery perspective on parenting filled with possibilities. As a result of reading and applying this book, you will… Move past your guilt over what you have not done Make your passionate pursuit of Jesus a priority Change from raising your kids by rules to raising them by God’s amazing grace Take steps toward connecting or reconnecting with your children Relate to your children heart to heart Invest in a discipling relationship with your kids and their friends Help move your children from dependence to independence
Calvinism And Arminianism by John Glazier Stearns
Heart Almanac Expository And Curriculum by Donald R. Downing
Human life is governed by the heart. The physical heart sustains the body by pumping life-giving blood to every organ and cell. The spiritual heart, on the other hand, is God's dwelling place on earth. Our success or failure in life depends not upon material wealth or social status but upon the condition of our spiritual heart. Everyone without exception needs a new heart from God, clean and right before Him, because without a new heart there cannot be a new life. The heart holds the keys of life. Downing's Heart Manual is biblically and scripturally based to help students know their own hearts and enable them to meet the challenges of life from a heart perspective. This 2-year study guide is designed to help students and teachers broaden their knowledge of the heart and of how to love the Lord with all of their heart, which is the first and greatest commandment (Matthew 22:37-38). Knowledge of our heart is very important because out of the heart flow the issues of life (Proverbs 4:23). In Hosea 4:6 God says, "My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge." Spiritual heart knowledge-God's heart as well as our own-is essential for eternal life. This one-of-a-kind heart manual will guide students on an intimate journey into the very heart of God. Dr. Donald R Downing, a heart physician and specialist for God, has been writing and teaching on the heart for over 21 years. The author of over seven books on the heart, he believes that the greatest need of the church today is for leaders who are also spiritual heart specialists and physicians, and who have pure and clean hearts before God.