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The Walk by Jeffrey Cane Robinson
"The Walk," a meditation on walking and on the literature of walking, ruminates on this pervasive, even commonplace, modern image. It is not so much an argument as a journey along the path of literature, noting the occasions and settings, the pleasures and possibilities of different types of walking--through the country or city, during day or night, alone or with someone--and the literatures--the poems, essays, stories, novels, and diaries--walking has produced. Jeffrey C. Robinson's discussion is less criticism than appreciation: with an autobiographical bent, he leads the reader through Romantic, modern, and contemporary literature to show us the shared pleasures of reading, writing, and walking.
Talking The Walk by Dave Bartlett
Cultivate Intimacy and Honesty in Your Youth Ministry’s Small Groups Here are 31 small-group meetings about--well, small groups. After all, the kind of honest sharing, perceptive silence, compassionate boldness, and mutual growth that are the marks of an effective and attractive small group don’t always come naturally. With the complete sessions in Talking the Walk--all of them customized precisely for small groups--—you can lead your small group of teenagers from just getting comfortable with kids they don’t usually hang with, to talking honestly, listening carefully, and understanding themselves and each other. The first five meetings are a gradual, gentle introduction to the idea of communication, confidences, and listening skills--the mechanics and heart of small-group dynamics--then on to more than two dozen topical meetings about issues that matter most to adolescents: how to face life’s tensions; self esteem; change; sexuality; giving and receiving love; clarifying future goals; friends; family; forgiveness; diversity; conflict; moods; priorities--and more, all of them based in Bible passages . . . appropriate for mixed groups of churched and unchurched kids . . . and each session with more than enough creative and quirky ideas, so you can select those that best fit your style and your small group’s temperament. Perfect for outreach and evangelism groups, discipleship groups, Sunday school, midweek cell groups--any time you want small groups of your students to grow together in community, in intimacy, in faith. (Previously published as Honest to God) 31 sessions.
Walking The Walk By Faith by Mike Ratliff
In post-modern America, aThe Christian Religiona is seen as backward, stale, and not politically correct. Many churches have attempted to adapt by blending into the liberal landscape. They compromise their message, which results in a diluted Gospel or aEasy-Believism.a It burdens no one with conformity to outdated notions such as discipleship, morality, and self-denial. The adherents to this Cheap Grace blend into society very well and do not appear to be any different than their secular neighbors. Christ does not call people to be areligiousa pew-sitters. He came to seek and save the lost. Those who respond to His call are His disciples. Walking the Walk by Faith presents Christas Gospel and the steps to becoming a true disciple of Christ, who walks in the spirit. The true disciple of Christ does not conform to society, but will stand out with a character that is just like His.
The Walk In by Gary Berntsen
Given a tip by an Iranian source about a mysterious plot to kill millions, intelligence operative Matt Freed races against time to uncover the truth about the information and to stop imminent disaster, but he begins to suspect that everything that is in the works to avert the catastrophe is instead hastening its arrival, in an authentic thriller based on the co-author's experiences as a CIA agent. 75,000 first printing.
The Walk by Randy Bunyard
The Walk by Shaun Alexander
Bible teacher and former professional football player Shaun Alexander describes five stages of spiritual maturity and shares his thoughts on the benefits of walking with God.
The Walk by Barrett TAYLOR
The Walk is a collection of poems basedon the author's Christian experience andinspired by the Holy Spirit. The poemswithin this book will encourage, motivate,console, inspire and sometimeschallenge you. During your ChristianWalk you will travel the heights ofmountains and the lows of valleys. Timesof fellowship and times in the wilderness.Times when you constantly feel thenearness of God's Presence and timeswhen He seems so far away. Don't bediscouraged or dismayed this is only thewalk.
The Walk by Richard Paul Evans
The first book in the inspiring New York Times bestselling series about an executive who loses everything he holds dear and embarks on a walk across America that changes his life forever. What would you do if you lost everything—your job, your home, and the love of your life—all at the same time? When it happens to Seattle ad executive Alan Christoffersen, he’s tempted by his darkest thoughts. Instead, he decides to take a walk. But not any ordinary walk. Taking with him only the barest of essentials, Alan leaves behind all that he’s known and heads for the farthest point on his map: Key West, Florida. The people he encounters along the way, and the lessons they share with him, will save his life—and inspire yours. A life-changing journey, both physical and spiritual, The Walk is the first of an unforgettable bestselling series of books about one man’s search for hope.
Walking The Walk by Marvellous M Mhloyi
Marvellous M. Mhloyi is a success by any standards. A woman who, when education for women in Africa was not a priority, rose above all these obstacles to become the first Zimbabwean woman to graduate with a PhD in Demography from the University of Pennsylvania in the United States. She also founded the Center For Population Studies at the University of Zimbabwe where she is a professor and consultant to numerous non-profit organizations nationally and internationally. Born of Christian parents, she grew up as a Christian in the United Church of Christ in Zimbabwe. Between 1977 and 1984 she was in the United States of America as a student at West Chester University and University of Pennsylvania, respectively. As she tried to go to church, she was discouraged as she noted fellow Christians discriminating against her and her husband. She stopped going to church until she was born again in 1993. She remarks, "I did not understand it when people asked me if I was born again." In 1993 when the Lord visited her, she then realized that she had been socialized to be a Christian; she notes: "now I am born again, I have a personal relationship with God, and this is the sweetest relationship one can ever have." In 1999 the Lord created a deep sense of ignorance about Christianity, a religion she believed in. The level of ignorance was so intense that she only felt relieved when she enrolled in a Bible school. As an intellectual it was not easy for her to give her whole being to a God she could not see or articulate logically; but glory be to the Almighty who had prepared her to be receptive and to heed to the call to Ministry. She became a pastor in 2001. She is currently a pastor, a mother of one daughter and a son-in- law, a grandmother of three and a mother to many. She had been married for 37 years before her husband Gilford passed on in November of 2008 and she often remarks, "I am grateful to God that my husband knew and loved God; I pray nothing will dissuade me from walking the walk till I meet up with him at home."