Chasing God, Serving Man

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Destiny Image Publishers, 2001 - 166 sidor
Tenney examines the great arena of conflict that involves the worlds forced segregation of the "spiritual" from the "secular." Without the mediation of Christ Jesus, these two opposites continue to repel one another, whether it is in the Church, the workplace, or the home.
 

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Användarrecension  - TeriLynneU - LibraryThing

This follow-up to Chasing God, Serving Man was filled with great stories of the faithful and concrete applications for the ideas from the first book. I loved it - and I KNOW I will use it as a reference and idea book for my personal devotional life and as I teach and mentor others. Läs hela recensionen

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Användarrecension  - TeriLynneU - LibraryThing

At first I did not like this book - I thought it was too simplistic. But, as I continued to read, I loved it. Tenney discusses in a compelling, relevant way how we combine Mary's God Chasing with ... Läs hela recensionen

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Foxholes and Birds Nests From a Borrowed Womb to a Borrowed Tomb
1
Bethany or Bethlehem? Spiritual Segregation Is Wrong
17
Why Arent You Like Me? Will Mary and Martha Ever Get Along?
27
Leave Me Alone Let Mary Be Mary Let Martha Be Martha
41
Too Heavy to Fly What Does It Mean to Be Cumbered About?
53
BiPolar Spirituality Am I Mary or Am I Martha?
67
You Shoes Dont Fit Me Seasons Outside the Comfort Zone
79
The Priority of His Presence When Do We Serve? When Do We Worship?
91
Can You Ride a Bicycle? The Art of Navigation by Constant Compensation
107
The Church Is Usually a Little Unbalanced Gods People Can Go From Glory to Goofy
125
Proximity Effect The Side Benefits of Living Near a Bethany
143
Building a Bethany Where Passion and Compassion Intersect
153
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Sida 9 - And he saith unto them, Why are ye fearful, O ye of little faith? Then he arose, and rebuked the winds and the sea, and there was a great calm.

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