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Restoring The Fallen

Author: Earl D. Wilson
Publisher: InterVarsity Press
ISBN: 9780830816194
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A therapist and the spiritual care group that helped him deal with his sexual addiction tell how to create groups to deal with serious misconduct in the church in a way that brings about healing and reconciliation.

Restoring A Fallen Christian

Author: Greg S. Baker
ISBN: 9781621830771
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Pastor Gregory S. Baker delivers a poignant and thought-provoking examination of the depth and struggles of a fallen Christian and the effort needed to help restore them back to the loving embrace of Jesus Christ. There has been much written on winning the lost to Christ, but very little focuses on those who have actually fallen away from Christ... ...and how to get them back. Restoring a Fallen Christian fills a gaping hole in Christian literature. The principles come straight from Scripture to provide insightful, practical, and thorough instructions to help bring someone back to Jesus Christ. It is a painful truth, but the Bible records stories of several men of God who stumbled in their faith and convictions. Sometimes, they didn't return. Thankfully, over time, many of them were brought back into the fold; but time has made it clear that fallen Christians are not unique to that period in history. We face similar stories of tragedy today, but the effort in bringing them back have become a hurdle for the church and a challenge for every believer. Pastor Baker presents a host of questions faced by many who have struggled through the anger, pain, emptiness, and confusion that is often experienced when a Christian walks away from God. In many cases, these fallen Christians can and want to come back. Often, though, we don't know where to start or how to proceed in helping them be restored-in fact, most of the time we don't even know the questions to ask. That's where Baker triumphs-this is his gift. His experience as a pastor and counselor allow him to speak on a subject that many others may shy away from. People fall away for many reasons, and he tackles most of them to provide the widest range of tools available to the Restorer. This book is a must-have for every Christian. If you don't need it now, there may come a time when you do.

Scotland S Relations With England

Author: William Ferguson
Publisher: The Saltire Society
ISBN: 9780854110582
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Two national identities had established themselves by the end of the 11th century in, respectively, the north and south of Britain. The larger southern nation made several attempts on the independence of the smaller and more dynastically-troubled northern state but, after the time of Edward I of England, Scotland held its own. Then in 1603, with the accession of James VI of Scotland to the English throne, an incorporating union seemed to be in prospect, but more than a century passed before a lasting parliamentary union was achieved amid a flurry of intrigue, corruption and power-broking.

Fallen Pastor

Author: Ray Carroll
ISBN: 9780615567099
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"'Fallen Pastor' takes an unflinching look into the problems and perils facing so many pastors. It dives into the stories of those who have fallen and asks and answers the hard question of, "Why?" Author Ray Carroll takes a deep look into his own story of adultery and the stories of so many pastors like him, who lost so much in the wake of their decisions." --Provided by publisher.

He Restores

Author: William Baldwin
ISBN: 9781593303570
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"He Restores.""is a prophetic statement to fallen leaders, in particular, and to the church at-large.Today some of our greatest leaders have fallen to sin and failure. Often, they live with little expectation of fulfilling their original purpose.Many of them are hopeless because we (the church) have not been sure that we could, or should, offer them hope of full restoration. In the past the church has not had great faith for the full restoration of her leaders, but that day is changing.As you read through these pages, you will discover that the Lord does have faith for His leaders to be restored from the most gruesome failures, to bring them back to effective, cutting-edge, leadership." "Many lay strewn along the pathway.for lack of a biblical strategy for restoration.Bill Baldwin has captured such a strategy in this book."He Restores" is both a testament of Bill's life and a textbook for others who are in pursuit of a new beginning." - Don Atkin, Kingdomquest International Ministries


Author: Jason Mitchem
Publisher: WestBow Press
ISBN: 144970462X
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REVIVIFY is the personal journey of the life of Jason Mitchem as he experiences first hand the trials of restoration. You will pear into his life as he unveils the sins of his past and shares the stories of 8 other fallen leaders and their rise from the rubble of mistakes most would like to forget and will expose to you that full restoration is possible if only you will allow it. "Jason has written a very personal, yet public book that is going to make for great conferences and workshops. I love how he shares his personal experiences from start to finish. This is a must read for Pastors! Pastor Kelcey West Nehemiah Ministries Las Vegas, NV "A fresh perspective on an age old subject. No matter your thoughts on what restoration should look like, Jason gives an insightful study on this subject. His personal journey and what God is able to do with an available heart is something every leader should read. I highly recommend REVIVIFY. "

Can Fallen Pastors Be Restored

Author: John Armstrong
Publisher: Moody Pub
ISBN: 9780802414120
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This book provides compassionate yet uncompromising advice that can keep a ministry and its congregation from experiencing a tragic end. Armstrong tackles a tough issue with biblical principles, presenting and evaluating three common views: immediate restoration to pastoral office, future restoration, and personal restoration without restoring to office.

The Accidental Feminist

Author: Courtney Reissig
Publisher: Crossway
ISBN: 1433545519
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“My name is Courtney. I’m an accidental feminist.” Although many Christians wouldn’t identify themselves as feminists, the reality is that the feminist movement has influenced us all in profound ways. We unconsciously reflect our culture’s ideas related to womanhood rather than what’s found in the Bible. In this book, Courtney Reissig—a wife, mom, and successful writer—recounts her journey out of “accidental feminism,” offering wise counsel for Christian women related to relationships, body image, and more—drawing from the Bible rather than culture. Whether you’re a committed feminist, a staunch traditionalist, or somewhere in between, this book will help you answer the question, “What does it mean to be a Christian woman?” You’ll discover the joy, purpose and importance that are found in God’s good design.

Structural Analysis Of Historic Buildings

Author: J. Stanley Rabun
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9780471315452
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Due to a combination of cultural and economic factors, the past several decades have produced a marked increase in the restoration, preservation, and reuse of historic buildings. Architects and engineers involved in this burgeoning industry experience difficulty determining the basis of the original designs and the capacity of structural components and building systems. They need a dependable source of accurate and detailed information that takes the guesswork out of bringing new life to old buildings. Structural Analysis of Historic Buildings presents the actual technical data and calculation methods that were available to architects and engineers at the time a material or system was originally used. Architects and engineers will learn how to determine what kind of loads structural components were originally designed to bear, and whether specific components are still able to perform as originally intended. Using numerous case studies as well as line drawings, diagrams, and structural data taken directly from original sources, this book provides detailed structural information on foundation systems, walls and columns, floor systems, and roof systems. Ultimately, this information creates a reliable basis for modern certification by the professional who is responsible for the renewed life of the structure. For architects and engineers involved in preservation, restoration, and adaptive reuse of historic structures, Structural Analysis of Historic Buildings is an indispensable resource and a timesaving guide. It is also an important reference for students and architectural historians.