By Siccardi Cristina
By Siccardi Cristina
By Mario Miegge
By Elva Schroeder
By A. W. Tozer
Albert Benjamin Simpson was once God's guy. From inauspicious beginnings in Bayview, Prince Edward Island, Canada, he rose to prominence via Presbyterian pastorages in Hamilton, Ontario, Louisville, Kentucky, and manhattan City.
But God had different plans for Simpson. He resigned from his cozy pulpit to release a ministry geared toward attaining the world's misplaced multitudes.
Wingspread is Simpson's story—a tale of 1 of God's selected leaders, written via one other guy of God, A. W. Tozer. it is going to captivate and problem you, inspiring you to upward thrust up and test whatever nice for God.
By George M. Marsden
By Richard Henry Stone,Betty Finklea Florey
Stone served in Africa together with his spouse and effectively discovered the Yoruba language. He was once an clever, self-reflective, and trustworthy observer, making his works very important resources of data on Yoruba society earlier than the intervention of ecu colonialism. In Africa's wooded area and Jungle is a unprecedented account of West African tradition, made all of the extra entire by way of the extra magazine entries, letters, and images gathered during this edition.
By Brett Parks
By Peter Hempenstall
Ernest Burgmann skilled the nice melancholy and the injuries it left on Australian society as a tender Anglican priest within the Hunter Valley. throughout the Nineteen Thirties and Forties he turned often called an outspoken radical, a maverick inside a conservative church and society. He and so on have been stunned whilst he used to be elected Bishop of Goulburn in 1934, a rustic diocese which incorporated the nonetheless small urban of Canberra.
Bishop Burgmann then plunged into the centre of significant political storms on the nationwide point. He was once nicknamed the 'Red Bishop' simply because he refused to percentage the anti-Soviet paranoia which gripped so much Australians. He used to be credited with aiding to defeat Menzies' referendum to outlaw the Communist occasion, and later joined with others in calling for Australia to maintain out of Indo-China's politics. He labored in Paris with H. V. Evatt at the United countries' common assertion of Rights. He was once a widespread campaigner within the newspapers, on public structures and the radio, urging governments to do extra for the unemployed, to provider nation individuals with water and electrical energy, and to rid the towns of slums.
Burgmann was once an outspoken champion of person civil rights whose radicalism sprang from a deeply rooted working-class love of the folks and the land. He used to be pushed via his religion to problem the conservative complacency of Australia and his activities had a profound and far-reaching influence on Australians well past the bounds of his diocese. Burgmann's phrases and activities carry a promise of awesome relevance for Australian society today.
By Robert D. Lesslie
From bestselling writer Robert Lesslie (over 400,000 books offered) comes an all-new choice of exciting proposal from the emergency room. sign up for first responders and ER medical professionals as they come across life-or-death occasions, placing their education and ideology to the attempt. Be uplifted as you meet real-life angels, such as
As you learn those heart-pounding tales of religion within the face of very unlikely odds, you may be reminded loving and merciful God appoints angels, these you could and can't see, to monitor over you and interfere in your behalf.
By Worth Earlwood, Jr. Norman