This luminous volume celebrates beautiful stained glass windows in more than 160 full-color photographs taken in locations worldwide.128 pp.
The Art of the Stained Glass Window
Author: Yvette M. Chin,Yvette N. Chin
Publisher: Running Press Book Publishers
A young boy's spiritually filled battle with Childhood Cancer.
A Story of Faith, Hope and Love
Author: Carolyn Jackson Taylor
Review of Book The first time I ever read Chad's Christian poetry, I was astounded. It was illuminating and alive. His poetry grabs onto you and sinks deep within, capturing the very essence of the soul. Understanding the simplicity of his poetry, yet the depth of it on a spiritual level, is fascinating. This statement conveys only a shadow of him. The heart of Chad Thieman can only be found in "101 Treasurable Poems of Faith, Hope, and Love." - Curtis Neil Curtis and I first met while working together at the Blockade-Runner Beach Resort, on Wrightsville Beach. He came to me and told me that he had read some of my work. He said that he would help me get published and ever since, we have worked together. Curtis is my investment partner and promotional manager. - Chad The book you are holding in your hands is a treasure chest of poetry, proverbs, and parables that can be used to reach many hearts. Every poem has a Bible verse prescribed to it, for further study and research on the topic discussed within the piece. This book is a great tool which can be used in adult Bible studies, youth groups, church retreats as well as for personal meditation and reflection.
Author: Chad Joseph Thieman
Publisher: Dog Ear Publishing
"First Corinthians 13:13 shines a light on the importance of faith, hope, and love; and bestselling children's author Amy Parker offers 100 devos to grow these concepts early on in your kids' hearts. Based on scriptures, each short devotion explores the biblical principles of faith, hope, or love and encourages children to talk about them, think about them, and put them into action. There's even space for kids to journal as they learn. It's an interactive approach that will solidify these biblical principles in children's hearts and teach them to walk in faith, reach their hopes, and grow big love. "--Publisher.
100 Devotions for Kids and Parents to Share
Author: Amy Parker
Publisher: B&H Publishing Group
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
Jeff Pollock's poetry is inspired by the only truth worth living and dying for in this mixed up world. Jesus said, “I am the way, the truth, and the life.” There is one way to the Father and His Son Jesus Christ our Lord proved He is it! The Old Testament book of Isaiah says God keeps in perfect peace those who believe in Him and trust Him completely. A steady following, feeding, and focus on Jesus Christ brings peace to fruition, full enjoyment! No one deserves peace, no self-help guru or relaxation technique will give it; God’s peace is beyond understanding, though it is available to everyone. In faith invite him into your heart and begin to know Heaven’s peace, an eternal by-product of our decision to trust Him for salvation. God’s grace and ultimately His peace entered Jeff’s life through the eyes and heart of a beautiful redhead named Evelyn. The moment he looked in her eyes his life and ultimately his destiny changed. Right then and there he wrote her a love poem to Jesus, and God opened every door and made their love complete, complete in Him! This collection of original Christian poetry is based on Holy Scripture and written to encourage believers in their faith. Inspired by the courageous love of the author's wife, Evelyn, and the ever-faithful promises of our Savior Jesus Christ, this personal journal of encouragement is a work of heart and temporary tribute to His eternal grace and glory. Birthed in a genuine "born again" experience of love these heartfelt poems express a deep desire to know God more and experience Him in every aspect of life. Hope you will enjoy!
Volume One: In Your Eyes
Author: Jeffrey E. Pollock
Author: Glen Ruane
Publisher: Dorrance Publishing
Professor Metzger has been a leader in New Testament studies for the past fifty years, through his teaching, his publications, his text-critical work, and his translation work. This volume brings his deep insight to three key epistles, focusing on three fundamental Christian virtues. The following pages set forth the teaching from three of the twenty-one letters contained in the New Testament: Galatians, 1 Peter, and 1 John. Each letter presents characteristic emphases of three prominent leaders in the early church: Paul, Peter, and John. Each letter arises out of quite different social and theological backgrounds, and each provides insight into the manner in which the special needs of the recipients of the letter were met. Key words and phrases from each letter are discussed within the context of the occasion that called forth the writing of the letter. At the same time the theological and devotional import of the writer's teaching is related to the Christian life, then and now. A concluding chapter weaves together theological and ethical themes common to the three principal strands of New Testament Christianity. Faith puts us on the path; hope keeps us walking; and love is what the Christian life is all about. --from the Preface
Galatians, 1 Peter, and 1 John
Author: Bruce M. Metzger
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
Carolyn was born Jessie Carolyn Jones on January 4, 1978 and moved to heaven on January 10, 1983. She was a happy, prissy and free-spirited child. No one was ever able to put their ideas or opinions over on her; she had plenty of her own. Always ready for an adventure and maybe an argument, even the journey through chemotherapy and radiation could not dampen her flair for the new in every day. Carolyn was a beautiful blue-eyed blonde, just two years old when she was diagnosed with childhood cancer. Carolyn had a non-stop personality that met each day as a new adventure. Although she was asked to endure what most grownups would deem was a tragic life?needle sticks multiple times each week, painful bone marrow tests, and chemotherapy every few weeks?she never let it take her happiness. Inside Carolyn shined a special light that she shared with everyone fortunate enough to know her. Come and travel along with Carolyn in her story as told by her mother, Glenda Sinclair. Carolyn's Light will teach you to make the most of every day that God grants you on this earth, and how to be a blessing to others as you travel.
A Story of Faith and Hope Through the Eyes of a Child
Author: Glenda Sinclair
Publisher: Tate Publishing & Enterprises
Fears, Anxieties and Worries
Author: P. Clauss
Faith, Hope and Poetry explores the poetic imagination as a way of knowing; a way of seeing reality more clearly. Presenting a series of critical appreciations of English poetry from Anglo-Saxon times to the present day, Malcolm Guite applies the insights of poetry to contemporary issues and the contribution poetry can make to our religious knowing and the way we 'do Theology'. Readers of this book will return to their reading of poetry equipped with new insights and enthusiasm and will be challenged to integrate imaginative ways of knowing into their other academic and intellectual pursuits.
Theology and the Poetic Imagination
Author: Malcolm Guite
Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.
Drawing on Dawson's correspondence and personal papers, Susan Sheets-Pyenson paints an intimate portrait of a pivotal figure in Canada's scientific heritage and a proper Victorian gentleman whose pious Presbyterianism, missionary zeal, and unwavering belief in the light of knowledge drove him on a quest to conquer ignorance, prejudice, and bigotry. Dawson was born and raised in Pictou, Nova Scotia, where the many sandstone and coal formations provided fertile ground for his first scientific explorations and eventually brought him into contact with the leading geological minds of his day, Charles Lyell and William Logan, and culminated in the publication of Acadian Geology. He became principal of McGill University in 1855 and over the next forty years worked unceasingly to transform McGill from a "tiny, poverty-stricken provincial school" into a scientific institution of the highest rank. He was the only person to hold the presidency of both the American and British associations for the advancement of science. Dawson's energetic promotion of scientific institutions in Canada remains one of his most enduring legacies, particularly his role in creating the Royal Society of Canada.
Faith, Hope and Science
Author: Susan Sheets-Pyenson
Publisher: McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP
Category: Biography & Autobiography
It may be an oversimplification to say that faith, hope, and love are all we need. But with an understanding of what these three are, we have a better understanding of what they can do in our lives. Our focus will turn from our needs and wants to what leads us into the answer of all these things—faith, hope, and love, which we find through our relationships with Jesus. It is simple but not always easy to allow the control of our life to transfer from us to God. It is important to know these three, what they are, and how we interact with them. We want to look at these three as the following: • Faith, the God-Possible • Hope, the God-Perspective • Love, the God-Power In these three we make all things about Jesus and less about us. The more we live in these three, the more we become like Him. These three, faith, hope, and love, will do the work to establish the kingdom of God in us and in others.
Author: Don and Deborah Quattlebum
Life and death struggles, a common thread that connects us as human beings, are vividly revealed in this inspirational and unforgettable true story as told by a mother and her daughter of their babies, born with life threatening birth defects. Swept away on an uncharted and treacherous journey one thing clearly emerges, God, the ultimate thread that held them together through their darkest hours, was waiting for them there. He gave them beauty for ashes, the oil of joy for mourning, and the garment of praise for the spirit of heaviness so He might be glorified through their babies’ life and death struggles. (Isaiah 61: 3b) At every bend in the road lives were forever changed. The baby boy unable to ever speak a word about what he endured in his fight for life went to his grave never knowing what a giant impression his tiny handprint had left on every heart he touched...leaving this world a better place than he found it. For the little girl, the veil separating Heaven and Earth was lifted . . . “Mommy, I see an angel!” Hoping to get a glimpse, her mommy searched the hospital room eagerly. “Where do you see an angel?” her mommy asked. She pointed overhead, “Up there . . . in the corner of my room . . . one angel with big, pink wings.” Although her mommy didn’t see the Heavenly being, together they felt the comfort of its presence. On their timeless journey of faith, hope, and love, their loving God went with them through it all: healing hearts, changing lives, sharing their deepest sorrows, and sending his angels to comfort and help them. Their stories, formed in the crucible of life and death struggles, were transformed by the grace of God into a thing of beauty. “He hath made every thing beautiful in his time.” (Ecclesiastes 3: 11a, KJV)
Two True Stories, Two Mothers, Two Babies, One Amazing God!
Author: Alma B. Allen; Jennifer B. Sturgeon
In this well-written and concise volume, Gregory Cootsona explores the doctrines of creation and eschatology (the end of days) in light of contemporary science. He addresses what the relationship is between creation in the beginning and the new creation at the end of time, how the docrtine of creation informs our lives as Christians, and how we grow in faith and love in light of these doctrines. The Foundations of Christian Faith series enables readers to learn about contemporary theology in ways that are clear, enjoyable, and meaningful. It examines the doctrines of the Christian faith and stimulates readers not only to think more deeply about their faith but also to understand it in relation to contemporary challenges and questions. Individuals and study groups alike will find these guides invaluable in their search for depth and integrity in their Christian faith.
At the Intersection of Theology and Science
Author: Gregory S. Cootsona
Publisher: Westminster John Knox Press
"...the ideas of this man furnished the themes for the piety and theology of more than a thousand years. No one possessed the "whole" Augustine, but all lived upon the fragments of his spirit from which each appropriated and understood what was "adapted" to his own wants." --Reinhold Seeberg
Author: Bishop of Hippo Saint Augustine
Publisher: Regnery Publishing
"Dr. Rowena Shaw was born in the picturesque Philippine Islands. As a young child of ten, she contracted polio. Overnight, she was flung into the bleak world of paralysis and the subsequent, painful and arduous rehabilitation process to regain mobility. In her early twenties, a two month leisure trip to the U.S. to visit family members was unexpectedly transformed to permanent residency as a result of a "chance" meeting with her future husband at her aunt's home. Graduate degrees in School Psychology and Educational Administration from the state university enriched over a thirty year career as counselor and school psychologist at an elementary and middle school in the United States. Decades of professional relationships afforded Dr. Shaw a plethora of experiences and stories about colleagues, students, and parents, an amalgamation of woeful and amusing tales. Recollections and musings on family life, aging, travel, friendships, marriage and raising children entertain readers with LOL detours."
Author: Rowena Shaw, PhD
Category: Biography & Autobiography