- Interview: Russell Rathbun, author of ‘nuChristian’ – latinc.us
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- Russell Rathbun
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Nothing else is strong enough to counter-balance "business as usual. SA, [1 copy]. Topics: nature of globalization; structural adjustment programs; slave labor; needs of workers especially women , health care, adequate food, freedom from abuse; and violence caused by unregulated work environments.
SG, [2 copies]. Develop a sense of the spiritual into a deeper path, whether individually or as part of a group, through original patterns, meditations, reflections and creative exercises. The projects will lead to a whole new state of mind. Their challenges and stories provide spiritual healing and work beyond tolerance.
Explore with her these committed choices for joyous and happy living. A guidebook for individual and group study. SG, [1 copy]].
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SG, [ 1 Large Print copy]. This is a book of biblical truths and ministry principles, but more than that, it is the story of God using Pastor Rudy and St. Colorful illustrations. When his father leads him on a magical trip through new fallen snow, he realizes he can overcome his fears. Colorful illustrations will enhance story time. Category: Social Action— [1 copy].
Interview: Russell Rathbun, author of ‘nuChristian’ – latinc.us
For the next three years, she witnessed a series of events in which hundreds of thousands of lives, including her own, were turned upside down. Brings to life the realities of the Palestinian—Israeli conflict. Thunder Over Kandahar , by McKay — Two best friends find their dreams shattered when the Taliban burns down their new Afghan school, threatening their lives and that of their teacher. The girls realize they must flee if they want a future. EM, [1copy]. LD, [2copies]. Are they truly sharing the message and mission of Jesus?
Each unit begins with a focus text and reviews The stories of selected biblical women end with reflection questions to start a discussion about what we can learn from these characters and their stories. Designed to help examine our own motives, assumptions and identity as we explore the stories of our faith. An increasing number of women are reaching the top ranks of politics, business, science and academia and this book assesses the strengths that female leaders bring to the table.
Allow God to Wear Your Face, by Knotts — A simple guide for people who wish to make visits with sick people more meaningful and effective. Breathe: Finding Freedom to Thrive in Relationships After Childhood Sexual Abuse, by Bromley — With one in three women and one in six men abused, our world is full of survivors longing to be healed. The author offers guidelines for the victims and those who love them.
Creative Aging, by Bankson — Explores the spiritual dimensions of retirement and aging in a practical way, offering creative ways to share gifts and experience. Once she escaped her harrowing married life in Yemen , local advocates and the press helped her gain her freedom. Color-blind: The Rise of Post-racial Politics and the Retreat From Racial Equity , by Wise - In a new era of race relations in the United States, some call for an end to color-consciousness, affirmative action and even a retreat from discussion of racism.
ISBN 13: 9780817015497
Color-blind presents a look at contemporary racism and offers steps to achieve true social justice and economic equality. SA, [1copy]. The Death of Josseline: Immigration Stories from the Arizona Borderlands, by Regan - Josseline, a 14 year old from El Salvador , was among thousands who perished on migrant trails in the desert and mountains. Explore migration-related issues such as border militarization, environmental damage and the desperation sending migrants north. Green Church , by Simon-Peter — Citing Scripture and science, the author weaves in personal stories and challenges readers to consider our role in care for Earth and saving it for future generations.
It is time we take our economic uncertainty and use it to find some moral clarity. The solution to our problems will be found only as individuals, families, friends, churches, mosques, synagogues and entire communities wrestle with the question of values together. Some stories of human trafficking are told with a call to action to bring an end to this horrific crime. Teens around the globe are taking action to address these crises. Francis, the Saint of Assisi ; a Novel. Francis of Assisi closely adheres to the historical realities of the medieval world of the 13 th Century and daily lives of Saint Francis and Clare.
Puts a human face on the intricate workings of church and state in war and peace. SG, [1copy]. Laugh Your Way to Grace, by Sparks — Laughter is a gift all children are born with, but it tends to fade as we age. The author helps us find permission to reconnect with our sense of joy and hope. Ostriches, Dung Beetles and Other Spiritual Masters, by McLaughlin — Here we learn about wildlife in Africa as well as about ourselves and our capabilities through stories of those animals.
Individual or group study. SG, [1 copy] Power Point program available for loan.
True When Whispered, by Escamilla — Sometimes God whispers and we must learn to hear his quiet voice. Everyday Justice, by Clawson. The author takes readers on a tour of everyday life and reveals how small lifestyle choices have big implications for justice around the world. She shows the surprising costs of consumer waste, concluding that the more sustainable a lifestyle, the more just the world will be. EM [1 copy]. Mali Under the Night Sky, by Youme. The true story of Lao-American artist Malichansouk Koumanchao, who walked with her family from Laos to Thailand at age 5.
War caused her family to leave Laos. She remembers the beauty and strength of Lao culture.
The young authors offer the reader a glimpse of what is possible for teens who actively resist cultural lies that limit their potential. Do It Anyway, by Martin. Profiles of eight young activists revealed as flawed, scared, human, and question askers. They are fully alive in and to the world.
The authors point out that the skills women have developed at the foot of the table — bringing people together, building bridges across differences and thinking outside the box — are in great demand, but women still face challenges and barriers to a seat at the table. This helps women negotiate what they need to succeed as leaders. The author claims that conventional cancer cures chemotherapy, surgery, etc have been woefully unsuccessful.
In the first section of the book, he argues for his approach and in the last half discusses the preparation of his suggested foods and offers a list of menus. Ed Slaybaugh donated and recommended this book—, pages. Five young people died and one young woman clung to life after a Taylor University van accident. Five weeks passed with the Ceraks believing they had lost their daughter, Whitney. In that same time the Van Rhyns prayed at the bedside of what they thought was their daughter, Laura. Then the shock—a mistaken identity. Laura had died and Whitney survived. This is the story of the amazing way Whitney and the two families have dealt with a strange and potentially life-ruining turn of events.
This book was donated and recommended by Bonnie Schultz—, pages. Friedman, a three-time Pulitzer Prize journalist, claims that global warming hot , the rise of middle classes all over the world flat and the rapid population growth crowded have all converged in a way that threatens our planet. This book was donated and recommended by Dick Swain—, pages.
In that case the prophet becomes a mouthpiece of God, declaring the justice and love needed in that society. Wendell Berry, a Kentucky native, having lived and taught in New York and California, returned to his Henry County home 45 years ago to farm a acre plot along the Kentucky River and write essays, poems and novels about his people and land. He admires the Amish and places great emphasis on the importance of good relationships and good attitudes toward the land. In Hannah Coulter, a novel I received at Christmas, Hannah, now in her late seventies, looks back over her childhood, the loss of her first husband in the Second War, her marriage to Nathan Coulter a veteran of that war , raising children from both marriages and growing old.
She reflects on what her community might have been and what it had become.
I enjoyed Hannah Coulter, have begun re-reading A Place on Earth and will be re-reading the others over the next few months. Berry is a modern-day prophet a storyteller not a preacher who deserves a large audience.