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Called to Community: The Memoirs Jesus Wants for His People
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Called to Community: The Memoirs Jesus Wants for His People by Ingram Publisher Services
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Fifty-two readings on living in intentional Christian community to spark group discussion.

Gold Medal Winner, 2017 Illumination Book Awards, Christian Living
Silver Medal Winner, 2017 Benjamin Franklin Award in Religion, Independent Book Publishers Association

Why, in an age of connectivity, are our lives more isolated and fragmented than ever? And what can be done about it? The answer lies in the hands of God’s people. Increasingly, today’s Christians want to be the church, to follow Christ together in daily life. From every corner of society, they are daring to step away from the status quo and respond to Christ’s call to share their lives more fully with one another and with others. As they take the plunge, they are discovering the rich, meaningful life that Jesus has in mind for all people, and pointing the church back to its original calling: to be a gathered, united community that demonstrates the transforming love of God.

Of course, such a life together with others isn’t easy. The selections in this volume are, by and large, written by practitioners―people who have pioneered life in intentional community and have discovered in the nitty-gritty of daily life what it takes to establish, nurture, and sustain a Christian community over the long haul.

Whether you have just begun thinking about communal living, are already embarking on sharing life with others, or have been part of a community for many years, the pieces in this collection will encourage, challenge, and strengthen you. The book’s fifty-two chapters can be read one a week to ignite meaningful group discussion.

Contributors include from John F. Alexander, Eberhard Arnold, J. Heinrich Arnold, Johann Christoph Arnold, Alden Bass, Benedict of Nursia, Christoph Friedrich Blumhardt, Leonardo Boff, Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Joan Chittister, Stephen B. Clark, Andy Crouch, Dorothy Day, Anthony de Mello, Elizabeth Dede, Catherine de Hueck Doherty, Fyodor Dostoyevsky, Jenny Duckworth, Friedrich Foerster, Richard J. Foster, Jodi Garbison, Arthur G. Gish, Helmut Gollwitzer, Adele J Gonzalez, Stanley Hauerwas, Joseph H. Hellerman, Roy Hession, David Janzen, Rufus Jones, Emmanuel Katongole, Arthur Katz, Søren Kierkegaard, C. Norman Kraus, C.S. Lewis, Gerhard Lohfink, Ed Loring, Chiara Lubich, George MacDonald, Thomas Merton, Hal Miller, José P. Miranda, Jürgen Moltmann, Charles E. Moore, Henri J. M. Nouwen, Elizabeth O’Connor, John M. Perkins, Eugene H.Peterson, Christine D. Pohl, Chris Rice, Basilea Schlink, Howard A. Snyder, Mother Teresa, Thomas à Kempis, Elton Trueblood, Jean Vanier, and Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove.
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An agument for the importance of equity as a criterion in evaluating water policy, with examples in wide-ranging case studies from North and South America and Europe.

Many predict that by the end of this century water will dominate world natural resources politics as oil does today. Access to water is widely regarded as a basic human right, and was declared so by the United Nations in 1992. And yet the water crisis grows: although the total volume of water on the planet may be sufficient for our needs, much of it is misallocated, wasted, or polluted, and the poorest of the poor live in arid areas where water is scarce. The coming decade will require new perspectives on water resources and reconsideration of the principles of water governance and policy. Water, Place, and Equity argues that fairness in the allocation of water will be a cornerstone to a more equitable ands secure future for humankind. With analyses and case studies, it demonstrates that considerations of equity are more important in formulating and evaluating water policy than the more commonly invoked notions of efficiency and markets. The case studies through which the book explores issues of water equity range from cost and benefit disparities that result from Southern California's storm water runoff policies to the privatization of water in Bolivia. In a final chapter, Water, Place, and Equity considers broader concerns -- the impact of global climate change on water resources and better ways to incorporate equity into future water policy.

Contributors: Thomas Clay Arnold, Madeline Baer, Amy Below, David Feldman, Paul W. Hirt, Helen Ingram, Sheldon Kamieniecki, Maria Carmen Lemos, Stephen P. Mumme, Richard Warren Perry, Ismael Vaccaro, John M. Whiteley, Margaret Wilder.

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Four Reasons — Sgt. Tony Ludlow, blog post for 5/13/2015

Yesterday I read an article entitled “12 Reasons to Date a Woman Who Reads. ” It was an excellent piece written by Nina Bahadur for Huffington Post: Women. Although written for men, it easily and accurately describes the reasons for dating anyone who reads. Some years ago, I dabbled briefly in online dating — while waiting for Ashley to appear — and always asked the women in those initial messages what they were reading. I’m going to borrow two of those 12 reasons from Nina Bahadur’s article: 1. He/she is empathetic. I know people who read, or at least claim they do, who aren’t either of these things. And then it should be said that not all reading is worthy reading. It’s unlikely that the reading of mindless novels of smutty and characterless behavior (I’m thinking of books like “Fifty Shades of Grey”), or romance novels, with unrealistic plots and even more unrealistic people, is contributing much to the... (Nothing against those smutty “for the beach” novels, but if that’s the bulk of someone’s reading, it shouldn’t be expected to make much of an improvement in that person’s life. ) So, a book’s popularity or sales figures don’t, by themselves, make them commendable. Reading puts you into the lives, motivations, internal struggles, and personal histories of another person. There’s no greater way to learn to give others the benefit of the doubt and to forgive them than by reading novels and historical fiction that requires you to identify with another person on an intimate level. It’s what good movies are made of. It’s what the 2005 movie “Crash” did. It’s what the television show “24” was made of. You knew why a person did or said the things that they did and you understood them. Reading, even more so than movies and television, places you into that other person’s shoes, into that other person’s life on such a deep emotional and cerebral level that you can’t avoid being drawn into the more meaningful motivations and... Good reading exposes you to the necessity of critical thinking. Good reading requires you to ask “who, what, when, where, why, and how. ” Reading makes you ask if something is it true or factual. It also makes you more skeptical and less inclined to accept things just because someone says so. “Because I said so” was an acceptable answer from a parent or. Source: USMC Fitness Boot Camp Briefing Room

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  • Saturday's results from the Texas state track meet

    05/16/15 ,via Kansas City Star

    9, Martin Ingram, Tatum, 21-0. 110 hurdles: 1, Dillon Springfield, Sprintown, 14.02. 2, Davon Jernigan, Navasota, 14.12. 3, Chance Richards, Kaufman, 14.33. 4, Myle Jhounkin, Dallas Madison, 14.49 5, Ian Carter, Burnet, 14.55. 6, Douglas Bailey, Sweeny

  • Mr. and Mrs. Brandon John Berthelot

    05/17/15 ,via Alexandria Town Talk

    Courtney Paige Burke and Brandon John Berthelot were united in marriage at a sunset ceremony on May 16, 2015 at White Oak Plantation in Baton Rouge, LA. The wedding was officiated by Darrell Ingram. The bride is the daughter of Robert and Becky 

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    black pepper, eggs, olive oil, garlic, green chilies, baguette, sardines, chilli, onions

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  • Mr. and Mrs. Brandon John Berthelot

    05/17/15 ,via The TownTalk

    Courtney Paige Burke and Brandon John Berthelot were united in marriage at a sunset ceremony on May 16, 2015 at White Oak Plantation in Baton Rouge, LA. The wedding was officiated by Darrell Ingram ... He is the grandson of Richard and Diane Berthelot ...

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    (Ingram) Groves. She was also preceded in death by her ... Shryock and husband David, Barbara J. Richard and husband John, and Bridget L. Robinette and husband Ronald; 12 grandchildren, Bud Swick Jr. and wife Jessica, Steven Swick, Danielle Swick, Gina ...

  • Town and Parish council election results

    05/11/15 ,via Midweek Herald 24

    HARVEY-INGRAM, Luke (Ind) 1112 – elected. HOPKINS, Ken 737 – elected. MCNALLY, Jill (Ind) 1303 – elected. MELBOURNE, Clare E 917 – elected. PERKINS, David A (Ind) 985 – elected. TAYLOR, John B (Ind ... 9 seats BARRELL, Richard J 188 – elected.

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