The Challenge of Starting All Over Again

It takes courage and faith and hope to start all over again. Change will be required as will forgiveness, along with the willingness to think new thoughts and to act in new ways. Nevertheless, it is the great privilege of the challenge ...

The Challenge of Starting All Over Again

This sermon series for Lent/Easter is fast-paced and illustrated with stories and anecdotes that keep the attention of readers and listeners. With titles such as "The Challenge To Change," "The Challenge Of Tragedy," "The Challenge Of No-Fault Religion," and "The Challenge To Live Again," Fetty offers sermons that are certain to inspire personal growth and spiritual conviction. Not many of us have the opportunity to stand at the crossroads of history. Not many of us have the opportunity to stand at the threshold of a new era. Not many of us are able to witness the dawn of a new age. And only a few of us are destined to be a potential leader of a new advance in history. All of us have our destinies of course, but only a few of us have a destiny potentially able to change the world.... (from chapter 2) Maurice A. Fetty has been the Senior Minister of the Congregational Church of Manhasset in Manhasset, New York, since 1988. His former pastorates were in Grand Rapids, Michigan; Minneapolis; East Harlem; and Brooklyn. Rev. Fetty holds the Master of Sacred Theology degree from Union Theological Seminary in New York, the Master of Arts Degree from Butler University, Indianapolis, and the Master of Divinity degree from Christian Theological Seminary, Indianapolis. He is the author of "Putting Your Life On The Line," "The Divine Advocacy," and "Sex, Love, And Marriage," as well as numerous magazine and newspaper articles. He also serves as adjunct professor in theology at Molloy College in Rockville Center, New York.

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The Challenge of Starting All Over Again
Language: en
Pages: 93
Authors: Maurice A. Fetty
Categories: Religion
Type: BOOK - Published: 1999-01-01 - Publisher: CSS Publishing

This sermon series for Lent/Easter is fast-paced and illustrated with stories and anecdotes that keep the attention of readers and listeners. With titles such as "The Challenge To Change," "The Challenge Of Tragedy," "The Challenge Of No-Fault Religion," and "The Challenge To Live Again," Fetty offers sermons that are certain
Drugs and Youth: The Challenge of Today
Language: en
Pages: 254
Authors: Ernest Harms
Categories: Political Science
Type: BOOK - Published: 2013-10-22 - Publisher: Elsevier

Drugs and Youth: The Challenge of Today mainly focuses on the issue of drug addiction in youth and on how to bring this issue to the knowledge of the concerned sectors. This text first discusses the effects on the fetus and newborn of drug abuse in pregnancy. This book then
The Challenge of Change
Language: en
Pages: 549
Authors: Dirk van den Heuvel
Categories: Architecture
Type: BOOK - Published: 2008-01-01 - Publisher: IOS Press

Addresses the tensions between change and continuity from a historical-theoretical perspective. This book focuses on the larger scale of city and landscape. It draws attention to the scale of the building or building complex, and questions limits of re-use and flexibility.
The Challenge of Change: Dealing with the Legacy of the Modern Movement
Language: en
Pages: 568
Authors: D. van den Heuvel, M. Mesman, W. Quist
Categories: Architecture
Type: BOOK - Published: 2008-09-11 - Publisher: IOS Press

Conservation of architecture - and the conversation of Modern architecture in particular – has assumed new challenges. Rather than attempting to return a Modern building to its resumed original state, the challenge of these proceedings is to revalue the essence of the manifold manifestations of Modern architecture and redefine its
Images of Enmity and Hope
Language: en
Pages: 143
Authors: Lucien van Liere, Klaas Spronk
Categories: Religion
Type: BOOK - Published: 2014 - Publisher: LIT Verlag Münster

In a thought-provoking and challenging enterprise to rethink inter-human relationships, this book brings together a range of international scholars and peace practitioners who share their expertise and knowledge about the relationship between religion, conflict, and violence. Focusing on images of enmity, they show fascinating possibilities of how these images might