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The Call by Os Guinness
The Call continues to stand as a classic, reflective work on life's purpose. Best-selling author Os Guinness goes beyond our surface understanding of God's call and addresses the fact that God has a specific calling for our individual lives. Why am I here? What is God's call in my life? How do I fit God's call with my own individuality? How should God's calling affect my career, my plans for the future, my concepts of success? Guinness now helps the reader discover answers to these questions, and more, through a corresponding workbook - perfect for individual or group study. According to Guinness, "No idea short of God's call can ground and fulfill the truest human desire for purpose and fulfillment." With tens of thousands of readers to date, The Call is for all who desire a purposeful, intentional life of faith. Also availbale in audio format, narrated by Os Guinness.
The Call Of The Wild by Jack London
The classic story of the dog Buck and his adventures in the Klondike gold fields is accompanied by notes and illustrations placing the story in the context of its era
The Call Of Conscience by Michael J. Hyde
This study considers the relationship between the phenomenon of conscience and the practice of rhetoric as it relates to one of the most controversial issues of our time - euthanasia. The author offers an extensive treatment of Heidegger's and Levinas' philosophical investigations of conscience.
The Call by Donell Sr. Morgan
In an inspiring story of listening for the voice of God above all else, Pastor Donell Morgan shares his story of hearingThe Call. From his troubled background on the streets of New Orleans, to his ministries throughout the Southeast United States, Pastor Morgan shows that God has a plan for even the most confused souls, if they are willing to open their hearts and embrace the gifts and glory of God.
The Call Of Stories by Robert Coles
The Call of Stories presents a study of how listening to stories promotes learning and self-discovery.
Committed To The Call by Jeffery Davis
Understanding The Call Of The Wild by Claudia Durst Johnson
Examines Jack London's The Call of the Wild from the Yukon Gold Rush to the animal rights issues confronting our society today.
The Call by Dr. Milicent J. Coburn
I am amazed and fascinated by the variety of calls that each person experiences and makes during his or her lifetime. We are all bombarded by calls, yet I realize that we cannot exist without them. This books chronology of the variety of calls speaks to one specific callthe call to salvation. Many from different lifestyles, social status, and points of view responded to this call and experienced a rewarding and complete life in service to God. The path to this enriched life was not easy for the many that chose to accept the call. Persecution, imprisonment, beatings, and other atrocities are documented and outlined between the covers of this book. Yet irrespective of the obstacles, perseverance and victory won the day. From a biblical perspective, God began the call in the book of Genesis. Through his divine foreknowledge, he knew what mans response would be, yet he still made the call. The accounts of the many trailblazers described in this book have left their footprints in the sands of time as a testimony that decisions made have eternal consequences. The author hopes that close examination of the lives lived will be a source of encouragement to respond positively to the call.
The Call Of Destiny by Marcus Johnson
While reading this book, you will come across the word individual an awful lot. The clear objective of this book is to inspire people to look at themselves as individuals as it pertains to making the world a stronger, and prosperous place for future generations. I emphasize the importance of individual responsibility, hard work, self-determination, and personal integrity. In this book, I thoroughly advocate the significance in young adults to receive a world-class education. I emphasize the need for individuals to exemplify the Judeo-Christian principles upon which the United States was founded; free enterprise, individual liberty, and personal responsibility. As we continue to wake up every morning in a broken society, we should not continue to ignore the perils of it. In this book, you will learn the tools in making our society better, you will learn of the importance in receiving an education, and you will obtain a set of core values and principles in which to live by. Also, I would like for you to take what you have learned from this book and pass it onto the others, pressing the significance in advancing a prosperous world.
Echoes Of The Call by Jeffrey Swanson
Drawing on the personal histories of one hundred evangelical missionaries in Ecuador, Echoes of the Call explores the lives of missionaries as sociological "strangers." In a study as compelling as it is insightful, Jeffrey Swanson illustrates how missionaries are distanced, not only from their culture and homeland, but also from their own era. The work begins with Swanson's interpretation of how his own experience as a child of missionaries shaped the viewpoint of estrangement from which the book is written. Swanson renders the formation of a missionary identity as the rhetorical composition of a personal testimony, in which life stories of separation, loss, conflict, and conversion are melded symbolically with historical mission themes of sacrifice, heroism, spiritual militancy, and divine calling. Relying on his subjects' own narratives, he traces the missionaries' personal journeys as their sense of calling first emerges, and then as it must be reinterpreted to account for unexpected, ambiguous, and often disillusioning experiences in their host country. Swanson argues that missionaries are marginal individuals who use their vocation creatively to produce a meaningful social world, and who use rhetoric effectively to maintain that world, for themselves and for supporters in their home countries. An informative and nuanced study, this book is a significant contribution to present sociological literature concerning missionaries and American evangelicals. Anyone interested in the sociology of religion, culture, and folklore will find Echoes of the Call to be a valuable and intriguing work.