An updated edition of the down-to-earth resource that offers twelve practices to make Christian faith a way of life Many Christians are looking for ways to deepen their relationship with God by practicing their faith in everyday life. This best-selling guide helps take belief out of the realm of theory and shows how to live it out in a series of twelve central practices such as hospitality, forgiveness, healing, testimony, and keeping Sabbath. Designed to work across a wide range of Christian laypeople, leaders, denominations, and study groups, this is the second edition of the book that Theology called ´´... a stimulating contribution to the work of making explicit the connection between what Christians do and what they believe.´´ Contains information on the practices discussed in the book and shows how they relate to and intersect with prayer, worship, and Bible study. Offers a guide for conversation, learning, and growth at the back of the book. This updated and expanded new edition includes a new introduction and two additional chapters that describes new insights into and experiences with the ´´practicing our faith´´ approach. The book includes a variety of prominent contributors, who draw on their rich shared experience as believers, theologians, ethicists, and educators. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Suehyla El-Attar. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/002086/bk_acx0_002086_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Searching for Chipeta:The Story of a Ute and Her People Vickie Leigh Krudwig
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Focusing on the relationships between people and horses, this beautiful tribute offers suggestions for establishing a bond with horses that transcends animal and master. Along with gorgeous photographs and uplifting poetry, Dominique Barbier´s extraordinary ability to communicate with and improve the lives of horses and riders is revealed through a training philosophy steeped in gentleness and compassion. Touching on the grace of teaching and the principle of five simple words, ´´we ride as we are,´´ this book is perfect for aspiring riders and horse lovers.
Eleven-year-old Tibby Brawlien has had a crazy summer. With the help of Elock, a strange-looking creature Tibby saw in his dreams, he and his new friend Fogel Jarker rescued a brother, his sister, and their parents from cave people. Tibby - with Elock´s help - made Fogel, who was the meanest bully in school, Tibby´s friend. But was Elock actually a dream? Another adventure begins when Tibby decides Elock exists in the real world. To find him, he and his friends must enter a dangerous cave, contend with the cave people who live there, and get out before a nearby volcano erupts. Tibby believes they can deal with any challenges that come their way - but what will happen when they finally meet Elock face to face? 1. Language: English. Narrator: Chuck Raagas. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/117713/bk_acx0_117713_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
What if we have been wrong about learning? Learning may have more in common with marketing than we thought. Looking at marketing and learning´s common root, How People Learn shows L&D professionals a new way of thinking about learning by exploring what happens when we learn. It considers applications from AI, marketing and ethics and is informed by psychology and contemporary neuroscience in order to show L&D professionals how to design training with their employees and mind so that training makes a real difference to skills, capabilities, performance and development, rather than being a waste of time, money and resources. Using the authors ´5Di model´, How People Learn demonstrates how to define, design and deploy training in a user-centred way so it works both for and with employees. It also includes guidance on what training resources to create when employees are actively searching for learning content. Using this book, L&D practitioners can ´pull´ employees towards content they don´t know they need or are actively disinterested in. From how to use simulations, storytelling and anticipation to the importance of observation and status, this book gives L&D professionals everything they need to build effective training programmes and learning experiences. With a forward by Dr Roger Schank, the Chairman and CEO of Socratic Arts and Executive Director of Engines for Education, and case studies from companies such as BP and the BBC, this is an urgent read for learning professionals.
This story follows the life of a man from the age of three to the age of 70. It is a story of love and tragedy. It is the quest of a man searching for love. The death of his mother, when he was three years old, and the absence of his father for the first seven years of his life, sets the stage for the choices he makes throughout his life. The story begins in the late 40s, early 50s, and progresses to present day. Early in this book, scenes depict his living in a very poor environment. Fourteen people lived in a shack on the poor side of town. Good food and clothing were scarce. Oversight, discipline, and love were not part of his early life. Be patient as an old man reflects on his past, and he wonders why he chose the paths he took searching for someone to love him. The early part of this book depicts the environment that molded his character. His undisciplined youth and the puppy loves he encounters in his early years give a slightly comical, yet tender, insight into why he makes the choices he makes later in life. Just as you think you know where this story is going, it takes many twists and turns you do not expect. Tragic things happen to him along the way. He emerges from an abusive childhood to face challenges he is unprepared for. The book is based on a true story. It is unlike any story you have ever heard. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Tom Taverna. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/053161/bk_acx0_053161_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.