Look outside of yourself and what do you see? A world that is shaken, taken out at the knees. We all stand waiting, breath hitched in our throat For a bomb in a subway, a plane, or a boat. What's coming next? Who will die? Can it stop? Living in fear for the next shoe to drop. If terrorists come or the world starts to flood, We can rest easy. We were bought with His blood. All we must do is ask for God's grace, For Him to come in and take His rightful place As the Lord of our lives and the King of our hearts, And that very instant His covering starts. He'll go before us and stop hell in its tracks. His hands will protect us from Satan's attacks. You might think I'm crazy and that this isn't true, But with the way the world is, what have you to lose? In Fierce Hope Savanna Hartman describes a world that has never been more broken and lost than it is today. People are hurting and want something authentic and real to hold on to. Savanna makes a compelling case that true hope can be found only in Christ. Fierce hope, despite the chaos that is all around you, is within your reach right now.
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Love is easy to give when you are getting it back. Are we still called to God’s plan of how to love when we are getting none in return? Shauna Shanks’s brave journey through obedience reveals the outcome of when we dare to follow God’s ludicrous outline for love as described in 1 Corinthians 13. Wrecked with news of her husband’s affair and his request for a divorce, Shauna finds herself urgently faced with a decision. Does she give up and divorce her husband and move on, or does she try to fight for her marriage? The former choice seems to contradict God’s plan for how to love, such as “love never gives up,” “love is patient,” and “love is kind.” Taking God at His word and assuming the love chapter was really meant to be followed literally word by word, she not only finds herself falling in love with her spouse again, but also falling in love with Jesus, which changes everything. First Corinthians 13 presents an audacious, illogical, and irrational context of how to love, meant to be applied to every marital context not just the fairytale marriage. If God’s instructions seem illogical and audacious, you might just expect the same kind of results in return! This book is not air-brushed. It was written in the midst of the author’s deepest trauma, and she purposefully did not edit out her mistakes and failures during that season. This book will resonate with women who do not feel like the picture-perfect Christian woman with the fairytale life and marriage. A Fierce Love is the story of a train wreck and reaching out to God not in the calm but in the chaos and finding hope for the future.
Have you ever set out to accomplish a major goal such as becoming an award-winning actress, getting signed by a record company, publishing a book, or completing your PhD but were met with obstacles at every turn? Has it ever seemed like the moment you set out to complete a goal was the moment when previously unseen barriers arose to block your path? That happens to all of us, but when that happens to you, there is a way to press forward into the future you envision. This book is about being bold enough to recognize the barriers but still daring to move forward to accomplish your goals. It's about being fierce, persistent, and passionate enough to break through every obstacle and reach your desired destination. It's a book that invites you to take a journey-a transformational journey-and encourages you that no matter where you are now, it's not where you have to always be. It's a book that will challenge you to your core to be bold, be fierce, be transformed! Empowering speaker, passionate writer, visionary, innovator and teacher are just some of the words used to describe Bridgette Murphy. The President and CEO of Bridgette Murphy Enterprises, she created the company with the mission to help women, and youth come into their purpose as they understand their value, find their passion for life, and reach their true potential. This global enterprise specializes in delivering practical purpose driven messages to religious organizations, educational institutions, women, young professionals and adolescents through the art of dancing, writing and speaking. She has always been a profound speaker, traveling conducting over 30 seminars for corporate employees. She has also been requested to speak at various events for women and youth.
The book explores, in novel form, what can happen to us, whether professor or student, as a result of the philosophical classroom. The approach is to consider the classroom as a unique happening of philosophy, different than reporting theories or doing research, through which a distinctive mode of philosophical formation can occur.
Collects four plays designed to to reach out and engage young people between twelve and eighteen.
The Fierce Urgency of Now links musical improvisation to struggles for social change, focusing on the connections between the improvisation associated with jazz and the dynamics of human rights struggles and discourses. The authors acknowledge that at first glance improvisation and rights seem to belong to incommensurable areas of human endeavor. Improvisation connotes practices that are spontaneous, personal, local, immediate, expressive, ephemeral, and even accidental, while rights refer to formal standards of acceptable human conduct, rules that are permanent, impersonal, universal, abstract, and inflexible. Yet the authors not only suggest that improvisation and rights can be connected; they insist that they must be connected. Improvisation is the creation and development of new, unexpected, and productive cocreative relations among people. It cultivates the capacity to discern elements of possibility, potential, hope, and promise where none are readily apparent. Improvisers work with the tools they have in the arenas that are open to them. Proceeding without a written score or script, they collaborate to envision and enact something new, to enrich their experience in the world by acting on it and changing it. By analyzing the dynamics of particular artistic improvisations, mostly by contemporary American jazz musicians, the authors reveal improvisation as a viable and urgently needed model for social change. In the process, they rethink politics, music, and the connections between them.
A RITA award-winning novel from the New York Times–bestselling author of An Unwilling Bride. “Today’s most skillful writer of intelligent historical romance” (Publishers Weekly, starred review) takes readers into the heart of the most mysterious, most powerful, most seductive Georgian aristocrat of them all: the Marquess of Rothgar. Two of the strongest wills in England clash when Lord Rothgar is commanded by the king to escort the fiercely independent Diana Westmount, Countess of Arradale, to London. Though Rothgar has become a master at resisting temptation, Diana proves a challenge to his steely resolve. A moment of peril—and a night of passion—melt his icy self-control, and he must find the strength to surrender his heart to another... “Jo [Beverley] has truly brought to life a fascinating, glittering, and sometimes dangerous world.”—New York Times–bestselling author Mary Jo Putney “Beverley beautifully captures the flavor of Georgian England. . . . Her fast-paced, violent, and exquisitely sensual story is one that readers won’t soon forget.”—Library Journal “Another triumph.”—Affaire de Coeur