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What is it like to be an Enneagram Four? These forty daily readings from Christine Yi Suh reflect on the emotional lives of Fours with a desire for personal and spiritual growth. Each reading concludes with an opportunity for further engagement such as a journaling prompt, reflection questions, a written prayer, or a spiritual practice.
Number of Studies: 40
"Fósforito! The explosion happened so quickly there was no stopping it. My mother called me 'tiny match' when she would see this fire exploding from me." This is how Latina pastor, activist, and worship leader, Sandra Maria Van Opstal, describes her experience as an Enneagram Eight. In these forty daily readings, Sandra offers insight from her ethnic journey alongside Enneagram wisdom.
Number of Studies: 40
In this third edition of a popular business ethics textbook, Alec Hill carefully explores the foundational Christian concepts of holiness, justice, and love, showing how some common responses to business ethics fall short of a fully Christian mindset. Updated throughout, this edition includes a new chapter on international business and uses penetrating case studies to clothe principles in concrete business situations.
As Passover approaches, the city of Jerusalem is a political tinderbox. When rumors start spreading about the popular prophet Jesus, unexpected alliances emerge between Roman and Jewish leaders. In Killing a Messiah, New Testament scholar Adam Winn weaves together stories of historical and fictional characters in a fresh reimagining of the events leading up to Jesus' execution, shedding new light on our reading of biblical texts.
Neighborhoods are moving. While offering opportunities for some, gentrification can be a vastly different experience for long-time residents and neighborhood churches. As a pastor who led his church through its own moved neighborhood in Portland, Mark Strong gives insight to churches that need to heal from the wounds of gentrification and revamp their mission amidst an uncertain future.
If God calls women to lead, what holds them back? Using social science research and interviews, Susan Harris Howell examines how gendered messages inside and outside the church pull men toward leadership and women away from it. As opportunities for women continue to expand, Howell provides compelling guidance for how we can remove obstacles that keep women from fully using their gifts.
Fundraising can be one of the most stressful parts of ministry. Professional fundraiser Brad Layland transforms fundraising into a relational process where donors truly become partners in ministry. Fundraising is best done in community–this book will help you find a community of people who enjoy giving and want your organization to succeed.
Zechariah is imbued with the same heart cry that Jesus turned into a prayer for the world: "Your kingdom come." This BSTP volumes explores the kingdom of God through the oracles and visions of Zechariah, bringing to light the promises that are meant to fuel the faithfulness of God's people and prepare the way for the promised Messiah.
In the midst of a financial and spiritual desert, Caryn Rivadeneira struggled with questions of God's goodness. Join in her journey as she pursues God even when bruised, battered and broken, and you'll laugh and cry with her as she experiences spiritual blessing and discovers God's provision in ways she never expected.
Mary Weeks Millard tells the story of how a child of Tutsi refugees became a leader in the global Anglican communion--Emmanuel Kolini, the unlikely archbishop of Rwanda.