Anyone who has tried to describe God to someone else, especially an unbeliever, knows that it is easy to find yourself at a loss for words. It seems that this part of our lives, which we claim is central, is often difficult to put into words. But if you know God, shouldn't you be able to describe him? What is he like? How can we put his eternal attributes into words?
We live in a tumultuous time. Upheavals and reversals in culture, popular opinion, morality, race relations, socioeconomic status, and so much more have entire generations feeling off balance or out of touch. How do we keep pace with the breathtaking rate of change in our society when we can hardly find time to keep up with our racing newsfeeds? And in the face of such enormous cultural forces, is there anything we can do to help shape our culture?
Our never-ending quest towards self-improvement and success is a long journey of small steps. Habits we repeat day after day, week after week, year after year. Habits that have turned us into who we are today that will also determine who we will become in the future and the success we will have. This goes for all our habits, the good ones, as well as the bad ones, from working out and reading books to smoking and drinking.
"Great advice with practical examples"
All of us have found ourselves in situations where we don't know if we should bite our tongues or speak our minds. When is silence golden? When should you speak up? In this popular book, communication expert and former pastor Michael Sedler offers listeners practical guidelines for all types of conversations. He also explores the cost and purpose of silence, why to check motives when talking to friends, family, and authorities, how to ask good questions, ways to deal with anger and resentment, and more.
Communication expert Michael Sedler gives listeners practical strategies for identifying, counteracting, and responding graciously to gossip, criticism, and negative words. He shows listeners how to positively handle negative language, reconcile with those who have spoken harm to you, and build others up by speaking life-giving words, even when you don't want to. Our words can profoundly hurt - or heal. All of us can learn to build one another up - and stop words that hurt.
The powerful and inspiring story of a man who, instead of despairing over his own impoverished plight or the systems that make it hard for others to climb out of poverty, created a solution that's breaking cycles of poverty and bringing hope to a new generation.
These bite-sized devotions are like daily supplements for anyone trying to lead, manage or operate a business from a biblical perspective. Business consultant and Strengths trainer Jim Seybert combed through the Bible looking for passages that were relevant to the struggles facing his colleagues and clients. What he found was a treasure trove of examples that God cares a great deal about the way we run our businesses, ministries and organizations.
This book gives you all of the information you need to plan an awesome weekend in Paso Robles. This insider guide will give you a brief history of the Paso Robles area so that you can understand why people love this area so much. This will also add depth to the amount of enjoyment you get out of your trip.