With gentle encouragement, this book teaches children that they can think before speaking, choose what to say and how to say it, and find positive ways to respond when others use unkind words. The importance of saying “I’m sorry” is reinforced. Includes tips for parents and caregivers.
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Children learn that violence is never okay, that they can manage their anger and other strong feelings, and that they’re capable of positive, loving actions—like playing, making music, learning, counting, helping, taking care, and much more. Includes a special section for adults with activities and discussion starters.
Help to Heal a Hurting Marriage—Three books from Dr. Gary Chapman, author of the New York Times bestseller, The 5 Love Languages®. Learn to identify the unhealthy patterns in your marriage and take positive steps to get your marriage back on track. Loving Your Spouse When You Feel Like Walking Away provides practical solutions and genuine hope for overcoming major marital struggles. Millions of couples are struggling in desperate marriages, but the story doesn't have to end there. Dr. Gary Chapman writes, “I believe that in every troubled marriage, one or both partners can take positive steps that have the potential for changing the emotional climate in their marriage.” With Anger learn how to channel your charged emotions in ways that are healthy and productive. Anger is a cruel master. If you struggle even a little with anger, you know how it feels to get mad too easily. There is hope. Gary Chapman shares insights about anger, its effect on relationships, and how to overcome it. When Sorry Isn’t Enough Gary Chapman and Jennifer Thomas unveil new ways to effectively approach and mend fractured relationships. Discover why some apologies clear the path to emotional healing while others fall short. You’ll discover how meaningful apologies provide the power to make your friendships, family, and marriage stronger than ever before.
I was born in Brooklyn, New York. A child with no father. He passed away when I was one year old, but I went on with life. My mother has six kids. Yes, I was brought up in a group home till I was twelve, moved to Brooklyn to live with my biological mother, and have been with her ever since. Life was hard as a teenager. There were many drugs in my life, anger and resentment to all for the loss of my father, and the homelessness I had to endure. But God, amen, he called me to ministry service at the age of fourteen. I was brought up in the church but backslid for I wanted to live a life with women and drugs, so my nickname was Mr. Sex, Drugs, and Rock and Roll. This life turned me into a bad person with a good heart. I was strung out on crack cocaine and alcohol for three years; but God stepped in, took me out of the abandoned buildings I was sleeping in, and now gave me more than I ever had, because God saw my heart and saved me in 1995 at the Helping Hands Ministry under Pastor Randolph Ferdinand. There I learned how to pray in the spirit, how to believe in God to remove my hurt. There I heard God teach me his laws, and he told me what he wanted me to do. So I grew in the Lord with wisdom, finished the program, obtained a job, worked hard, got married, and became a pastor of the House of Prayer under Apostle Gladis Dugue. There I was blessed by God with a ministry, and I became a Sunday school teacher. I have my associates degree in management and my bachelors degree in science in religion, and I prayed, and God showed me the words in the Bible. He said, You must teach on every word in the Bible before you leave this earth. I began reading the words, and the Holy Spirit guided me into understanding the meaning of the words in the Bible for everyday life. None of the meanings are from the dictionaryall from God to me to you. I would like to thank my wife, Noreen Bridgeforth, who inspired me, my son; Apostle Dugue; Apostle Tyrone Monroe; and House of Prayer, an anointed new beginning where I teach Sunday school. I would like to thank my grandfather Willie Bridgeforth Sr. and my father, Robert, and my mother, Marie Bridgeforth. Thank you to all my family and friends at Helping Hands Ministry and Pastor Randolph Ferdinand.
'Few recently published books have made a greater impression on me than R. T. Kendall's Total Forgiveness,' writes Robin Eames. 'I have found so much in his words to challenge my own thinking and work. His Bible-centred approach is matched by the realism of how individuals have tried to face up to loss, distress and frustration.' This book, possibly R. T. Kendall's most important work to date, explains what God calls for as 'total forgiveness'. No sin or action is unforgivable, says R. T., and we are called to keep no record of wrongs, to refuse to punish those who have hurt us, to show mercy and to avoid any form of bitterness. Total Forgiveness contains a radical message for a divided world. 'If I could have only one of R. T.'s books, this would be my choice. There is no more important message for the church today' Rob Parsons
This book addresses the inadequacies we all face when comforting someone during a tragedy and urges us to take a more thoughtful and realistic approach when comforting hurting people. (Christianity)
The Life of a Loner has always been the life I lived since I never had any close friends I hardly ever even go to a Restaurant to eat, I usually go get something and come back to my Apartment and eat where I can eat in peace and write my books, I do go out once in a while but I always take my Computers with me just in case an idea comes to mind I can put it down before I forget it, I live the life of a loner and I guess I will die a loner, with no friends or family it is a very lonely life but I will live through it all being a loner and writing my books which I hope helps someone as it has helped me.
Although we live in an ocean of words, we rarely acknowledge their power to uplift or put down, to inspire or discourage, to help or hurt. But in this jewel of a book, Hal Urban -- parent, award-winning teacher, and author of the classic Life's Greatest Lessons -- shows us simple and immediate ways that we can use language to change lives -- both our own and those around us.
Citing the pervasiveness of emotional violence in schools, a guide for parents and educators identifies ways in which schools unwittingly support hostile environments while explaining why listening to teens is a key to addressing all forms of violence. Reprint. 20,000 first printing.