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Thrive! Your Guide to Success in College and Beyond delivers cutting-edge material based on the challenging and unique experience of attending a Historically Black College and University (HBCU). Each visually stimulating chapter contains concept maps, illustrations, and relevant advice and strategies from successful HBCU alums and professionals from various fields in our Sage on Page feature.
Energy The church is built on a sure foundation, the solid rock of Christ. On this foundation comes the management, leadership, and administrative processes to keep it moving adeptly and in order. Every gift, talent and skill set that is in the minds and hands of others is used to glorify the work of God in the house of God.
FUSION explores the connection between the planned program of the church and its relationship to congregational and community life. The spiritual growth and development of a congregation is essential, and the construction of community targeted, relationship-based ministry programs requires the understanding of the importance of forging lasting relationships with the community or communities surrounding a church.
INSPIRE is an invitation to revisit the concept of identity as the way a congregation sees and projects itself to the local community and the world, and how they connect to the surrounding community. The Book of Acts opens with the disciples of Jesus enjoying a very special time with him (40 days) following his resurrection. The account records their conversations with Jesus concerning the coming Kingdom and their desire to see the restoration of the Davidic Kingdom to Israel, but this is not what Jesus is preparing them for. Indeed, there is much to see and u
Foundations allows congregations to get back to the basics of their faith. Theology plays an important role in the Church. Without an informed understanding of the place of theology in the Church and the vital nature of its contribution to its activities, the Church may find itself confused, facing unnecessary challenges, and lacking the power God intended it to possess.
Author(s): Karen Turner Ward
This publication helps readers sift through the earliest evidence so far unearthed of the very beginnings of humanity’s existence. They will discover how the human race begin and study the evidence of our immense diversity primarily in order to find what we have in common. Readers will examine past civilization - beginning with the Mesopotamians, Egyptians, Greeks, Romans. In addition, the publication traces the beginnings, the foundations, the major teachings, influential figures, and the spread of the three major world religions: Judaism, Christianity, and Islam.
Author(s): Karen Turner Ward
Communication for Today’s Student is a fresh approach to the communication issues that have become increasingly critical to professional and personal success in contemporary society. This innovative and interactive text incorporates theory and practice to successfully prepare students to become effective communicators, thus giving them the necessary tools to compete in today’s job market.
CURATE addresses strategies for implementing church processes and programs for broad church and community participation, reaching across current and extending to future generations of the church.