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Lead For God S Sake by Todd Gongwer

Title Lead for God s Sake
Author Todd Gongwer
Publisher Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.
Release Date 2011-10-24
Category Religion
Total Pages 256
ISBN 141437058X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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If you’ve ever asked yourself why you do what you do, or wondered what your purpose is in life, this book is for you. The lives of an intensely-driven basketball coach, an ultra-successful CEO, and an unassuming janitor all intersect in this captivating parable about leadership, relationships, and the pursuit of success. An unforgettable story packed with profound truths, LEAD . . . for God’s Sake! will challenge you to think deeply about who you are as a leader, what success means to you, and why you do what you do. Whether you’re leading a business, a team, or your own family, this book is the first and most important step to becoming the leader you were meant to be.

Lead For God S Sake by Todd G. Gongwer

Title Lead for God s Sake
Author Todd G. Gongwer
Publisher Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.
Release Date 2011-10-21
Category Religion
Total Pages 244
ISBN 9781414370552
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Coach Steve Rocker is involved in a difficult basketball season as well as having problems with his home life, until the school janitor, Joe Taylor, teaches him that the secret of true leadership can be found in seeking inspiration and guidance from God.

Be A Leader For God S Sake by Bruce E. Winston

Title Be A Leader for God s Sake
Author Bruce E. Winston
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2002-11-01
Category Religion
Total Pages 189
ISBN 0972581901
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title Godless for God s Sake Nontheism in Contemporary Quakerism
Author David Boulton
Publisher Nontheist Friends
Release Date 2006-02-01
Category Religion
Total Pages 142
ISBN 0951157868
Language English, Spanish, and French
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27 Quakers from 13 Yearly Meetings in four countries tell how they combine committed membership of the Religious Society of Friends with rejection of traditional belief in a transcendent, personal and supernatural God. For some of these 'nontheist' Friends, God is no more (but no less) than a symbol of the wholly human values of 'mercy, pity, peace and love'. For others, the idea of God and 'God-language' has become an archaism and a stumbling-block. Readers who seek a faith or world-view free of supernaturalism, whether they are Friends, members of other traditions or drop-outs from old-time religion, will find themselves in the company of a varied group whose search for an authentic 21st century understanding of religion and spirituality has led them to declare themselves 'Godless - for God's Sake'.

For God S Sake by Ambi Parameswaran (Foreword by Amish Tripathi)

Title For God s Sake
Author Ambi Parameswaran (Foreword by Amish Tripathi)
Publisher Penguin UK
Release Date 2015-04-01
Category Literary Collections
Total Pages 272
ISBN 9789351186083
Language English, Spanish, and French
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An adman constantly strives to connect market research data to insight on a winning campaign. Ambi Parmeshwaran has developed a fascination for how Indians are getting more religious but also more consumption driven. Combining his thirty- year experience as an adman with a lifelong passion for religious studies, Ambi seeks to answer questions like: • Why has the bindi disappeared from advertisements? • How did Akshaya Trithaya become such a big deal? • What makes Lord Shiva so cool? • How did a Chennai-based department store start the New Year's Sale phenomenon? • Are Muslims more open-minded shoppers? • Why do people who have no interest in using an MBA degree still get an MBA degree? • How did the Manusmriti do a disservice to Hindu women? • What can Harvard Business School learn from the Kumbh Mela? Ambi has filled this book with personal stories, anecdotes, lessons and excerpts from research and other publications. This book is a treat for anyone interested in how religion has evolved and how clever marketers have ridden the wave by tailoring their products and services.

Title For God s Sake Shut Up
Author Brian Kaylor
Publisher Smyth & Helwys Pub
Release Date 2007-01-01
Category Religion
Total Pages 118
ISBN 9781573124850
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The old maxim is true: sometimes it is not just what you say, it is how you say it. One of the great problems in the Christian community today is a general inability to communicate effectively without polarizing or driving people away. Sometimes the greatest problem is the seeming inability of many Christians to learn the truth of another old maxim: silence is golden. For God's Sake, Shut Up!, by Communications Specialist Brian Kaylor, offers numerous insights for Christian leaders and followers who desire to share their beliefs in more meaningful and effective ways.For God's Sake, Shut Up! offers numerous insights for Christian leaders and followers who desire to share their beliefs in more meaningful and effective ways.

Title For God s Sake Work By The Book Management Explained From Within
Author Zohn Sarah
Publisher World Scientific
Release Date 2017-11-29
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 372
ISBN 9789813222502
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Most managers today work solely on intuition rather than best practices plus intuition. People keep reinventing what it means to be a manager, instead of learning from others' experience and improving on it. People these days are not less talented; they have access to more information and they are fast learners. The problem is that there aren't enough places to learn from, as organizations — large and small — are so mercurial and unstable. This book summarizes the author's experience from two major sources: a) growing with different companies through all the management ranks up to Vice President in a mega US corporation in the computer industry, and b) from working as a consultant to dozens of companies and hundreds of managers from different backgrounds and industries. New and experienced managers will benefit from principles, approaches, and checklists for current managerial challenges. The book covers a broad range of managerial challenges — from role definition to strategy to communication. Contents: A Manager's CookbookThe Manager's JobSetting and Achieving GoalsGlobal Company StrategyCommunication Technocrat B2B Marketing BasicsSales Organization Basics for B2BOrganizations: Culture, Structure, and PeopleFriend of NumbersTurning the Curve with Sprezzatura Readership: Managers and leaders of small and medium companies and mid-level management of large companies; general public interested in managerial leadership. Keywords: Management; Experience; Leadership; Manager; Leader; Operational Strategy; Strategy; Execution; Work Management; People Management; Business Ecosystem; Setting Goals; Achieving Goals; Achievement; Business in Numbers; Sprezzatura; Organizations; Principles in Management; Marketing Basics; Sales Basics; Critical Mass; Sunk Cost Review:0

Not In God S Name by Jonathan Sacks

Title Not in God s Name
Author Jonathan Sacks
Publisher Schocken
Release Date 2017
Category History
Total Pages 305
ISBN 9780805212686
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In this groundbreaking work of biblical analysis and interpretation, one of the most admired religious leaders of our time shows that religiously inspired violence has as its source misreadings of the texts of the Hebrew Bible, the New Testament, and the Koran. When religion becomes a zero-sum conceit--i.e., my religion is the only "right" path to God, therefore your religion is by definition "wrong"--Violence between peoples of different beliefs is the only natural outcome, argues Rabbi Sacks. But by looking anew at seminal biblical texts in the Book of Genesis--in which we find the foundational stories of all three Abrahamic faiths--Rabbi Sacks offers an entirely different understanding of God's multiple relationships: with Jacob, patriarch of Judaism; with Ishmael, patriarch of Islam; and with Esau, whose blessing is understood to confirm God's relationship with monotheists from other faiths and overarching relationship with all of humanity. By analyzing the texts that recount how Abraham's immediate descendants resolved their various sibling rivalries, Rabbi Sacks teaches us a powerful lesson in the existence of multiple pathways to God. "We are not all the same," he declares. "There is no one faith that encompasses the plenary truth of human wisdom ... The belief that one faith--ours--holds the key to salvation deserves to be challenged, not just because it has led to so much persecution and bloodshed in the name of God, but because it attempts to confine God to one religion, one way, one image of mankind. God cannot be so confined and remain the God of transcendence, the God-without-an-image who systematically defies our attempts to capture Him in categories of human understanding ... Making space for that which is other than myself is not a doctrine of religious relativism. It is, rather, the humility that says there are things I will not, cannot, understand and that I must leave to God." Rabbi Sacks's bold statement of our need to look with new eyes at specific scriptural passages from within each of the Abrahamic monotheisms--passages that, when interpreted literally, can lead to hatred, violence, and war--is an eloquent, clarion call for people of goodwill from all faiths to join together to end the misunderstandings that threaten to destroy us all.

Life In The Overflow by Chuck Ammons

Title Life in the Overflow
Author Chuck Ammons
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2016-08-30
Category
Total Pages 266
ISBN 0692733671
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Discover the wonder of a life with God you can't contain. The pages of scripture are full of ordinary people who walked with God as he poured himself out through them to a world in need. What if God never changed? What if he is still speaking to us and longing to work miraculously through us? What if it isn't a matter of more training or effort but simply receiving and releasing everything he already purchased? "Life in the Overflow" invites you to know God intimately as your Daddy in a way that spills out of you naturally. Filled with disarming honesty and fervent expectation, this book mirrors a reflection of who you are, who your God is and what he actually longs to do through "ordinary, messy kids" today!

Coloring God S Word by Rebecca Gilbert

Title Coloring God s Word
Author Rebecca Gilbert
Publisher Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Release Date 2016-08-07
Category
Total Pages 62
ISBN 1530126266
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Color your way into quiet times with God through this collection of Bible verse coloring book pages. As you color, you will dwell on a verse for much longer than you would if you were reading through it. You might just find the passage of scripture makes its way further into your heart and mind once you have spent more time with it. Color, and through coloring, bring these words of truth to life in new ways and let God bring peace to a few moments of your busy day.

Title Anointed for the Market Place
Author Allan Kiuna
Publisher Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Release Date 2016-10-28
Category
Total Pages 208
ISBN 1539372138
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Let me begin by saying that our Christian experience must be translated from the four walls of the church and into our day to day lifestyle. It is in the heartbeat of our calling that we should translate the love of God as we pick it up from church and take it to our workplaces. My mandate through this book is to strategically position you into a place of influence in your nation of calling within the marketplace. For a long time the marketplace has remained the reserve of the children of this world. 'The children of this world are in their generation wiser than the children of light' (Luke 16:8). By failing to take our position of dominion in the marketplace, we have put our God to shame. The name of God has been profaned by many people in this world. Have you realized that anytime you mention that you are born again in your workplace, you encounter ridicule, rejection and even persecution? People have continued to shamelessly talk foul things concerning Christianity and this has to stop. God is saying that He is ready to sanctify His great name that has been profaned. God wants to do this through you. God desires that you prosper in all that you do within the marketplace, and this you must remember is for His purposes. He is not doing it for you to be proud. God is doing it "that they may see and know, and understand together, that the hand of the LORD has done this, and the Holy One of Israel has created it" (Isaiah 41:20). God wants to introduce and establish His Kingdom in the marketplace through you. He will show Himself strong on your behalf for His purposes to be fulfilled in the earth. To many Christians, there has been and there remains to be a great misconception on the perception towards serving God. We see service in the full time ministry position as the only way to serve God. In everything we do, it is important to understand that it is because of the purposes of God that we were created. God is a wise investor and the gifting He invested in you is for the expansion of His Kingdom. God wants to show Himself strong through you. The Kingdom of God is within you and as such, you are supposed to carry it into your marketplaces. It has to manifest through you at your place of work, business and even in your relationships. You should remember that He chose you. You did not choose Him. To quite a number of Christians, business is secular work, whereas serving God in church is the only way to ascribe to ministry. This tendency is so prevalent in the church that many well meaning Christians do their business or work in offices without connecting it to ministry. That is why many Christians have this 'holier than thou' attitude when in church doing the things of God but when they get to their work stations they exhibit lucre luster performances, oblivious of the fact that we are commanded to work as unto God. Many Christians may be concerned with church work and even support it financially, but fail to see the connection between service at their work place and their Christian life. Some even think that if you really are serious about ministry, you ought to quit your job or give up your business in order to pursue a role in full time ministry. The object matter of this book is to bring every believer to the realization that we all were created for a purpose and that the faster we realize this and take up our positions the better. As Christians we are cut out and mandated to fulfill a specific assignment for God here on earth. Our mission is to honour God in our service by extending His will to all our activities.

Views And Reviews by Henry James

Title Views and Reviews
Author Henry James
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2020-12-28
Category
Total Pages 170
ISBN 9798587479562
Language English, Spanish, and French
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I do not remember, in all her novels, an instance of gross misery of any kind not directly caused by the folly of the sufferer. There are no pictures of vice or poverty or squalor. There are no rags, no gin, no brutal passions. That average humanity which she favours is very borné in intellect, but very genial in heart, as a glance at its repre-sentatives in her pages will convince us. In Adam Bede, there is Mr. Irwine, the vicar, with avowedly no qualifica-tion for his profession, placidly playing chess with his mother, stroking his dogs, and dipping into Greek trage-dies; there is the excellent Martin Poyser at the Farm, good-natured and rubicund; there is his wife, somewhat too sharply voluble, but only in behalf of cleanliness and honesty and order; there is Captain Donnithorne at the Hall, who does a poor girl a mortal wrong, but who is, af-ter all, such a nice, good-looking fellow; there are Adam and Seth Bede, the carpenter's sons, the strongest, purest, most discreet of young rustics.

Lead Like The Best by Alford Darrell Simon

Title Lead Like the Best
Author Alford Darrell Simon
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2016-10-09
Category
Total Pages 86
ISBN 0998251208
Language English, Spanish, and French
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"Lead like the Best" is a revolutionary book filled with fundamental principles and tools to impact individuals who are serious about enhancing their leadership abilities. The term leadership has become diluted and overused through the years, but this book aims to bring true understanding and integrity back to this undervalued position. Leadership expert, Alford D. Simon, describes in detail the specific characteristics of a leader, discusses and personal development, the purpose and importance of being a leader, as well as providing exceptional strategies to challenge you to raise your standards and improve your leadership performance. Throughout there are thought-provoking questions to help you reflect on and assess your leadership experience. "Lead like the Best" will teach you how to triumph over personal barriers to function in a leadership position and achieve sustained results. This powerful, strategic guide was written to empower, inspire, and guide business and ministry leaders, global influencers, educational scholars, corporate officers, government officials and people who are looking for the necessary tools to climb the mountain of leadership and achieve success by leading like the best.

Leave Nothing Undone by Joshua W Rivers

Title Leave Nothing Undone
Author Joshua W Rivers
Publisher CreateSpace
Release Date 2013-12-15
Category
Total Pages 58
ISBN 1494701642
Language English, Spanish, and French
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One of the greatest examples of a truly successful life we have in Scripture is Joshua. Throughout Exodus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy, Joshua is described as Moses' minister. He was always following the example and leadership of Moses, the man God appointed to lead the children of Israel out of Egypt and into Canaan. Joshua was then chosen to succeed Moses as the new leader of Israel and bring them into the Promised Land. Joshua was not chosen because of a royal lineage or his status in nobility. He had neither of these. He was chosen, I believe because of some very key character qualities that he had. And these characteristics brought God's blessing and success in his life - and in the lives of those around him. As we look at his life, there is an awesome statement said about him in the middle of the book of Joshua. This statement is the basis of this book: "As the Lord commanded Moses his servant, so did Moses command Joshua, and so did Joshua; he left nothing undone of all that the Lord commanded Moses." (Joshua 11:15) Notice that part I put in bold: "he left nothing undone." This was not his assessment. Neither was it the assessment of his peers. This is the observation that God made and recorded for us. Joshua's testimony was that of accomplishing everything that he was supposed to do. As we look at this thought of "leaving nothing undone," I am not suggesting that you can do everything that you want to do or everything that others want you to do. I am saying that when you find what God wants you to do, develop the right character, and work in God's strength; you can do everything that God wants you to do.

Paradise Lost by John Milton

Title Paradise Lost
Author John Milton
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2021-06-07
Category
Total Pages 244
ISBN 9798516656811
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Paradise Lost is the most complete and important epic poem in the English language, and it was written by a singular poet, polyglot and with a careful classical education, who had to live one of the most turbulent periods in the history of England: the Civil War, the Cromwell Republic, and the monarchical restoration, all in the middle decades of the seventeenth century. John Milton worked on the project of this great epic and "encyclopedic" poem for at least a couple of decades, his sources of inspiration being very diverse: the Bible, the Virgilian Aeneid, Ariosto's Orlando furioso, Dante's Divine Comedy, etc. The central theme of the work is the fall of man into sin and the loss of Paradise, but for a proper reading the epic character of the work must be taken into account, something that Milton never forgets.

Samson by Mike Connell

Title Samson
Author Mike Connell
Publisher CreateSpace
Release Date 2013-11
Category Religion
Total Pages 74
ISBN 1493655361
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Samson: Man of Faith - Mike Connell (Page 5) Keys from the story of Sampson, about the grace of god, how he loves us even in the midst of defeat and disgrace. This story is about the goodness of God to someone who's fallen over, fallen down. You are not beyond the reach of God, no matter where you are today. The best days of our life are ahead of us if we're in the hands of God. Being a Peacemaker - Shane Willard (Page 24) This is a story about Peacemakers & Escalation. Our hero of the faith was a rebellious, spoilt brat, who wanted his own way, in every single way. This was a man that was sleeping with prostitutes on his wedding night, because he got depressed, because his best man stole his wife. From what started out as a joke no-one understood, a fascinating cycle of violence ensues, based on: because you did this, I now have a right to do that. I merely did to them, what they did to me. This way of living will always bring death. http: //mikeconnellministries.com http: //shanewillardministries.org http: //colleenarchibald.wordpress.com

Everyday Praise by Julie Sunne

Title Everyday Praise
Author Julie Sunne
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2016-10-21
Category
Total Pages 102
ISBN 1539328457
Language English, Spanish, and French
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31 full-page, full-color Scripture images complement the short devotions that fill this unique "coffee table" devotional. In its pages, you'll discover that peace can transcend circumstances. "Everyday Praise" explores the practice and blessings of praise through meditations consisting of biblical insights; the author's personal testimonies and observations; probing questions and applications; and heart-felt prayers of praise. The vibrant images pull you into each encouraging word. Reminder phrases accent the point of each message. Each entry in "Everyday Praise" reads quickly but probes deeply, as a catalyst to spiritual growth.Too often we believe we have to endure life. Yet in Christ Jesus, we can find joy and peace even in the midst of difficult circumstances. But that's only possible when our focus shifts from those circumstances to the One who promises to be our strength ... our hope. That's where praise comes in. We all face struggles. Hard times will come. When it does is, we often wonder, "How can I praise God in the middle of this mess?" It's a question I've asked. Maybe you have too. Because praising God comes easy during life's grand moments. Yet, in the difficult ones, glorifying Him can just as easily be forgotten. However, that's precisely the time we need to worship! God deserves praise. God commands praise. Christians need to praise! Reflecting on God's unchanging nature offers a reminder of His faithfulness when storms hit. Singing hymns of truth provides an oasis when you find yourself in the desert. Remembering the promises of God brings daily challenges into perspective. Begin to gain greater peace as you practice praising God with this unique gift book. Two additional sections in "Everyday Praise" will further immerse you into this idea of praise. The first pulls out each reminder phrase for ease of memorization. While the second lists 31 additional Bible verses to incorporate into your daily praise habit.Move a little further along the path of peace and contentment as you open the pages of "Everyday Praise," and begin exploring and cultivating the habit of daily praise.(A download link to a free companion journal is also provided in the book.)

Title For The Sake Of America V
Author Sheila Holm
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2020-09-25
Category
Total Pages 362
ISBN 9798690087944
Language English, Spanish, and French
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All Roads Lead To Rome! The corrections are being put in place at this time to return Liberty & Freedom to all Americans. Everything the Pilgrims sacrificed to separate themselves from the control of the government (King) and the church (controlled by the King) came to America. It started to take over America three years after establishing the nation with President George Washington's inauguration at Federal Hall in New York City in 1789. Tariff Act established for payment of government costs. However, the plans to not allow America to be independent financially or politically were recognized by patriots before the Civil War. In fact, it was the reason they fought in the Civil War. Everything in America changed quickly after the Civil War, all pagan holidays and rituals were returned in the church and declared in the nation after being banned until the 1870's. There was a first (Holy Roman Empire) and second Reich (WWI) before the third (WWII) Reich and the fourth (current day) Reich. Socialism and Communism toward One World Order was already expanding during the 1800's in America. The steady push to change the Constitution and Declaration of Independence, remove rights from Americans, and so much more.

Title God s Diva Jael Study Book
Author Sahara Bowser
Publisher Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Release Date 2017-03-19
Category
Total Pages 34
ISBN 1544774133
Language English, Spanish, and French
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It's not WHO Jael was that makes her special but WHAT she did for God. What Jael did was she heard God's call and faithfully obeyed. What Jael did was not self-serving, but was God's bidding. What Jael did was exactly what God planned for her, and she did to the best of her feminine ability. How ironic that God choose a gentile woman, whose ancestors worshipped idols, for such a major task. What message do we see in this story? It shows us that God does not view us as saved or unsaved. Jael was neither Israelite nor male but God used her anyway. God used her in a way that requires the faith of a Christian and the courage of a male, yet she was neither. God used the least and less likely one in the village. She was a nomad, the one that did not belong.

The Nicomachean Ethics by Aristoteles

Title The Nicomachean Ethics
Author Aristoteles
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1951
Category Ethics
Total Pages 304
ISBN OCLC:248543482
Language English, Spanish, and French
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