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A husband has one driving need? When that need is met, he is happy. In Make a Difference, author James A. The study includes a book, leader guide, and DVD featuring six engaging and lively discussions with the author and several special guests highlighting opportunities and outcomes of making a difference in this world.
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Harnish March 1, Women of the Bible grew out of a desire to discover how some of the women who made a difference in the Bible can make a difference in our lives today. Join Pastor James A. Harnish as he takes a closer look at the stories of four extraordinary women in Scripture: Deborah, Abigail, Mary Magdalene, and the woman at the well. Each title in the series consists of four studies on a common topic or theme.
Converge can be used by small groups, classes, or individuals. Primary Scripture passages are included for ease of study, as are questions designed to encourage both personal reflection and group conversation.
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When God Comes Down is a five-week study, providing one lesson for each week of Advent and one for Christmas. In this study, Harnish explores the meaning of the incarnation The case can be made that with the increasing saturation of television, the percentages are continuing to shift toward visual learning with every succeeding generation.
That was not what I needed to hear! She had pinpointed the sometimes exhausting, sometimes exhilarating irony of preaching: How do we communicate through human words the living Word of God?rerovingtocu.cf
Christ Is for Us - eBook [ePub] · Abingdon Press
How do we preach to a world of visual learners? It may be a contemporary expression of what Paul called the foolishness of our preaching I Cor. Add to the foolishness of how we preach the question of what we preach. A feature article on aging in a national news magazine contained this disturbing sentence: Hardly anyone outside of divinity school is interested in eternal life. The writer assumed that theology has become the esoteric interest of a few reclusive professors who are puttering around in musty libraries, tucked away in some back corner of the university.
The unquestioned assumption was that no ordinary person is really interested in theology. There is evidence to support that assumption. Pollster George Gallup, Jr. Where does that leave a person who is called to preach? Are we expected to communicate theology, about which no one really cares, to people who are no longer equipped to hear?
Living with the Mind of Christ: A Lenten Study for Adults - eBook
This is a book of sermons, that strange form of verbal communication that occurs in the context of Christian worship, growing out of the life of a local congregation. Sermons ought to be heard, not read. This is auditory communication reduced to printed form. I hope that you will attempt to hear these sermons rather than read them. Their purpose is theological, attempting to help laypersons wresde with the central affirmations of the Christian faith. I have preached these sermons in worship at St.
Luke's United Methodist Church at Windermere, a twelve-yearold congregation serving the exploding southwest corner of Orange County, Florida. At least one third of our people were not active in any church prior to coming here. Many grew up in the church as children, but left that experience behind with their high school diplomas.
Some were burned by overly zealous charismatic or fundamentalist preachers. A significant number represent that growing percentage of our population that has no religious background at all. A majority are related to the tourist industry or are directly employed at the Walt Disney World or Universal Studios theme parks. They are, therefore, oriented toward visual, creative communication, all of which offers an exciting, demanding challenge to a preacher. While preaching these sermons, I led a sermon talkback group for faithful skeptics in which nothing was so sacred that it could not be questioned.
The group convinced me that people are interested in theology. They do care about what they believe. They are not interested in arid discussions of abstract concepts,. This action might not be possible to undo. Are you sure you want to continue? Upload Sign In Join. Save For Later. Create a List.
Summary Eleven sermons on the beliefs affirmed in the Apostles' Creed.