Offers fifty-two readings for daily devotional use or weekly sabbath reflection that present a path of peace and hope in the midst of brokenness.
Your Future Depends on Your Answer to This Question: Does Your Life Reach Deep? Many live rootless lives, tossed about and beaten down by the storms of life. In His Sermon on the Mount, Jesus shares powerful truths and principles that will cause our lives to reach deep. As we root ourselves in the soil of God's wisdom, ways and work, He causes us to burn with passion and stand strong in any storm. In Rooted: Reach Deep. Burn Bright. Stand Strong., discover keys from the Sermon on the Mount for getting rooted in a life that is marked by... Healing - Learn to see again. Humility - Learn to trust again. Hunger - Live with an appetite again. Holiness- Live in His strength again. The timeless principles that Christ taught in his Sermon On The Mount have been debated for centuries yet remain proven and without equal. Josh Foliart addresses the need for roots that grow deep in Christ with great clarity and conviction. Rooted will invite you to love deeply, breathe freely and enjoy life with Christ. - Pastor Steve Dixon- Lead Pastor Christian Life Cathedral, SteveDixon.org I cannot say enough about Josh Follart's breathtaking book Rooted. You will realize quickly that this isn't another page filler but a book that has the potential to change you to the core. If you're longing for something beyond the surface, Rooted is exactly what you're looking for. Don't pass up the opportunity for your life to become what God intended! Rooted isn't a future read...it's a now read." -Josh Mayo - Pastor, Author -The Dare: 30 days to Change Everything, JoshMayo.com In a personal and profound way, Josh Foliart opens his heart and convinces you to live life rooted. His book is a masterful instruction on how to boldly live a heavenly life based on the destiny only Christ can offer. - Albert Campos- Vice President in the Consumer Packaged Goods Industry "Rooted scratches an itch most of us have. We live in a world that is superficial, marked by speed, comfort and convenience. Few of us feel we have the time or energy to go deep; we'd rather go wide. In this book, Josh Foliart not only challenges us to be rooted, he tells us how. I recommend it highly." -Dr. Tim Elmore, Author of Artificial Maturity, President of Growing Leaders Josh Foliart is the founder and president of Multipli, a church-planting initiative focused on training, equipping and releasing generations of authentic leadership. Over the past decade, Josh has spoken to thousands of emerging leaders in over 10 nations. He graduated from the University of Arkansas and also attended the Focus on the Family Institute in Colorado Springs. Josh and his wife have two children and call Fayetteville, Arkansas home.
It was only a picnic. It was just a short ride in the car. A scream? Who screamed? Wendy's life of seven years is full of love, devotion, fun and happiness until it is drastically changed forever when tragedy sweeps into her life like a sudden gust of wind. In her sorrow and grief, fear grips her as she is caught between reality and a secret world known only to her. A world where trees could talk. Where they felt happiness, sorrow, courage and had families and friends. A world that was destined to be found. A world that would change our lives FOREVER.
Canadians take pride in being good citizens of the world, yet our failure to meet commitments on the global stage raises questions. Do Canadians need to transcend local attachments and national loyalties to become full global citizens? Is the very idea of rooted cosmopolitanism simply a myth that encourages complacency about Canada's place in the world? This volume brings together leading scholars to assess the concept of rooted cosmopolitanism, both in theory and practice. In Part 1, authors examine the nature, complexity, and relevance of the concept itself and show how local identities such as patriotism and Quebec nationalism can, but need not, conflict with cosmopolitan values and principles. In Part 2, they reveal how local ties and identities in practice enable and impede Canada's global responsibilities in areas such as multiculturalism, climate change, immigration and refugee policy, and humanitarian intervention. By examining how Canada has negotiated its relations to "the world" both within and beyond its own borders, Rooted Cosmopolitanism evaluates the possibility of reconciling local ties and nationalism with commitments to human rights, global justice, and international law.
With so many injustices, small and great, across the world and right at our doorstep, what are people of faith to do? Since the 1930s, organizing movements for social justice in the U.S. have largely been built on assumptions that are secular origin—such as reliance on self-interest and having a common enemy as a motivator for change. But what if Christians were to shape their organizing around the implications of the truth that God is real and Jesus is risen? Alexia Salvatierra has developed a model of social action that is rooted in the values and convictions born of faith. Together with theologian Peter Heltzel, this model of "faith-rooted organizing" offers a path to meaningful social change that takes seriously the command to love God and to love our neighbor as ourself.
Presents traditional and time-honored methods for gardening, including holistic solutions to insects and weeds, building fertile soils, saving heirloom seeds, and using garden materials for trellises and sculptures.
Offers a Christian proposal for radical social transformation. / Daniel Izuzquiza here proposes a vibrant interdisciplinary theology from the unique perspective of the "least of these" the poor and extends an invitation to mystical, political, and ecclesial engagement. / In Rooted in Jesus Christ Izuzquiza analyzes the language of theology, the role of social sciences, the transformation of culture, and the church s approach to politics. To that end he dialogues with some of the main theological proposals of the late twentieth century, from Latin American liberation theology to radical theology in the English-speaking world to European political theology. He also offers a more systematic development of radical ecclesiology, analyzing the sources of the proposal as alternative Christian practices. The result is a groundbreaking call to action and change for the entire church. / In this groundbreaking book Daniel Izuzquiza offers a vibrant Christian proposal for radical social transformation. His wide-ranging study explores the relationship between church and society by dialoguing critically and constructively with major theological currents of our day. Izuzquiza s interdisciplinary theology from the perspective of the poor is truly radical at once in a political, ecclesial, and mystical sense. / We need a way forward beyond our well-worn and tired debates. Daniel Izuzquiza offers just that. His splendid book engages and assesses postliberalism, radical orthodoxy, Anabaptist witness, liberation theology, and the role of the Jesuits in Christianity in order to show the need for a radical ecclesiology that is unapologetically Christocentric, socially attuned, and ecumenically generous. For anyone not invested in the current structures of power in the church, university, or nation-state, this book offers wisdom. For those of us so invested, this book shows a viable alternative preserving the good and challenging the rest. We should all pay attention. D. Stephen Long / author of Speaking of God: Theology, Language, and Truth / I am happy to recommend Daniel Izuzquiza s Rooted in Jesus Christ: Toward a Radical Ecclesiology to serious readers in the English-speaking world who may have dared to wonder if the traditional church of our time is what Jesus really had in mind. And if not, what might a church rooted in the Christ of the Incarnation look like? . . . Rather than superficially inspiring his readers, Izuzquiza brings us face-to-face with what the body of Christ could be by responding more fully to the truly amazing grace of God that has come to us in Jesus of Nazareth. Traditional Catholics and conservative Protestants alike as well as revolutionaries and political activists for that matter will be confronted and challenged here. . . . And, rather than concerning ourselves so exclusively with tactics and strategies, Izuzquiza reminds us of the importance of simply being the church, radically rooted in Jesus Christ. John Driver / author of Radical Faith: An Alternative History of the Christian Church
This 1909 book is a comprehensive reference on all aspects of bulbs and tuberous-rooted plants.
This book is dedicated to the notion that human lives are enriched by participation in a social community that is integrated into the natural landscape of a particular place. The writers explore the loss of community, the philosophical foundations of communities, Amish communities, and the current renewal of community life.