The Deacon's Tale is the story of Cai Rui, Task Force Commander of the infamous "Black Section" of the Sol Force Intelligence Corps and a loyal Archdeacon of the Roman Catholic Church. Charged to investigate a brutal massacre of Catholic converts on a distant alien world, Cai Rui finds himself on the trail of a killer who can threaten not only his life, but his very soul. As a brutal new race emerges from the shadows, one man will be tested to the extremes of courage and faith by an enemy who dares to call himself..."The Deacon."
A Sword of the Stars Novel
Author: Arinn Dembo
Publisher: Kthonia Press
Author: J. B. TAYLOR (of Bristol.)
Author: Robert Sheffield,Martin Thielen
In this newly updated and revised introduction to the permanent diaconate, Plater includes a history of deacons in the early church, a survey of deacons from the Reformation to the present, stories of modern diaconal ministries, including first-hand accounts, and a discussion of the formation, training, and deployment of deacons. This book is a basic, essential text for discernment committees and commissions on ministry, and a comprehensive look at a vital ministry in the church today.
An Introduction to Deacons
Author: Ormonde Plater
Publisher: Cowley Publications
A godly deacon is a great asset to the work of God. His servant leadership benefits the entire church family, and his support and care for the pastor is invaluable. The Ministry of a Baptist Deacon is written for local church deacons who desire to invest themselves in the work of God and give themselves to the service of God's people. It is designed as a handbook to equip deacons as servant leaders. This two-part manual scripturally defines the office and responsibilities of a deacon as well as providing practical helps for local church ministry. This book also includes several appendices with sample forms, financial procedures, and a sample church constitution.
A Handbook for Local Church Servant Leaders
Author: Paul Chappell
Set in a small town in the early 1900s, Heads Deacon Tails Devil is the story of Robert Grant, an elementary school teacher, long-standing deacon, and spirit-stirring soloist at church. He shows his best side to his adoring, unsuspecting public, but is the devil incarnate at home. Rachel married him against her mother's advice and was sorry for it from the first night. She tries her best to shield herself and her five children from his devil side. As he becomes increasingly frustrated with his ability to control his family and his life, the devil side grows stronger, and Rachel and the children suffer horribly because of it. Robert turns to other women to ease his mental and physical needs. As he tries to destroy one life in hopes that another will satisfy him, Rachel and her mother put in place a plan to show Robert that the devil is a liar.
Author: P. J. McCalla
Publisher: Elevator Group Llc
Author: James Lauren Ford
Publisher: USCCB Publishing
Category: Ordination (Liturgy)
Myranda is a young woman more interested in staying alive than being a hero. Orphaned by a continent-spanning war that has gone on for decades too long and shunned for failing to support it, she has been on the move since she was only a child. One can hardly blame her when she thinks that the chance discovery of a fallen soldier's priceless cargo is the moment that will change her life. No one could predict just how great that change would be. It will lead her through an adventure of rebels and generals, of wizards and warriors, and of beasts both noble and monstrous. Each step of the way will take her closer to the truth of her potential, of the war, and of the fate of her world.
Author: Joseph R. Lallo,Nick Deligaris
Publisher: Createspace Independent Pub
Author: John KENNEDY (Teacher at Chapel Green, Kilsyth.)
Category: Scotland in literature
Empowerment for Ministry is a must-have reference book that provides a comprehensive treatment of diocesan faculties for priests, deacons, and lay ministers. It develops a coherent theory of the juridical nature and the delegation of faculties; identifies and organizes the pertinent rules of canon law and the canonical tradition on the grant, supply, use, and cessation of diocesan faculties; and offers model faculties and commentaries on them for clergy, lay ministers, and chancery officials. Part I, Canonical Theory and Rules, presents a comprehensive treatment of diocesan faculties and all the canonical rules applicable to them. Part II, Model Faculties and Commentaries, offers lists of faculties and commentaries on them.
A Complete Manual on Diocesan Faculties for Priests, Deacons, and Lay Ministers
Author: John M. Huels
Publisher: Paulist Press
A recent theological statement from the Roman Catholic Church has increased hopes that while women may not be ordained as priests, their ordination as deacons may soon become reality. This is a new, enlarged edition of a groundbreaking book that gathered historical evidence from ancient liturgies, literature, art and inscriptions on graves to show that the practice of ordaining women as deacons in the first ten centuries of the Church was normative. Women carried out sacramental rites alongside priests and had responsibilities for the care of the Christian community. Recent research has identified over 120 known female deacons - a figure that has tripled since this book's first appearance, under the title No Women in Holy Orders? in 2002. This offers a positive, theological and historical contribution to a debate that is fast gaining momentum in the Catholic Church worldwide. John Wijngaards is one of the most influential figures in the Roman Catholic church. He founded Housetop, which promotes the spirituality of John Main and has written many books on prayer and Bible study. Formerly Vicar General of the Mill Hill Fathers, he leads the movement for the ordination of women in the Catholic Church and runs the website: www.womenpriests.org
Author: John Wijngaards
Publisher: Hymns Ancient and Modern Ltd