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Serving from the Heart (Cur 268.434 Car Ser)

Serving from the Heart (Cur 268.434 Car Ser)

God’s plan for the church calls for each member of the Body of Christ to play a vital role. Sometimes we think that serving God is an obligation, a duty, and that it isn’t meant to be enjoyable. The truth is, though, that God wants us to find joy and fulfillment when we serve. That happens when we serve in a role that matches who God created us to be.

In this updated edition of Serving from the Heart, written by Carol Cartmill, church members will take a 6-week journey of self-discovery as they learn more about how the Body of Christ is intended to function, and what that means to each person.

This study (also workable in 7 Sunday School sessions) leads adults through assessing their spiritual gifts, talents and abilities, resources, individual style, dreams and experiences…all adding up to an enhanced capacity to serve God and neighbor.   The curriculum includes a Leader Guide, DVD, and Participant Book.

 

 

Who Belongs Here? (304.8 Kni)

Who Belongs Here? (304.8 Kni)

In this probing, plain-spoken book, based on a true story, Margy Burns Knight and Anne Sibley O'Brien, author and illustrator, invite young readers to explore the human implications of intolerance. Anecdotes relating the experiences of other refugees and their contributions to American culture play counterpoint to Nary's tale, all enlivened by O'Brien's full-color pastels. A compendium at the end of the book offers more detailed information about Pol, Pot, Ellis Island, and other topics in this text.

Who Belongs Here? will lead to discussions about:

  • The effects of war on children and families
  • Refugees and relocation processes in the U.S. Cambodian culture
  • U.S. history and attitudes towards immigration
  • Bullying and intolerance
  • Conflict-resolution skills

 

God's Messy Family (Cur 248.4 Arm)

God's Messy Family (Cur 248.4 Arm)

Pastor and author Jacob Armstrong takes an in-depth look at our faith lineage focusing specifically on the messy family dynamics found in the book of Genesis. As we begin to understand the life stories of Abraham, Sarah, Isaac, Rebekah, Jacob and Esau we find that their pattern looks a lot like ours—we are called, we mess up, and God continues to redeem us.

Find out how your “messy family” fits into God’s family and how you are a part of God’s plan for the world. Additional components for a six-week study include a DVD featuring pastor and author Jacob Armstrong, a study guide, and a comprehensive Leader Guide.

 

Snowmen at Night (E Bue)

Snowmen at Night (E Bue)

Snowmen at Night reveals a wonderful wintertime secret--when we are sleeping, the snowmen are out playing! This exuberant, rhyming tale continues to delight young toddlers, as well as older readers, in a format that's just right for little hands.

 

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