Entrepreneurs of Life: Faith and the Venture of Purposeful Living (Os Guiness, 2001) BY: Denis Haack This book contains readings from a wide variety of sources, both Christian and non-Christian, fiction and nonfiction, and a study guide, each volume is all you need to lead a discussion.
Keep a Quiet Heart (Elisabeth Elliot, 1995) BY: Denis Haack When Margie and I are asked to name the people whose writing and speaking have most influenced us, the name of Elisabeth Elliot always appears in our list.
Quest for Love: True Stories of Passion and Purity (Elisabeth Elliot, 1996) BY: Denis Haack The thing we have most appreciated about Elliot's ministry has been her single-minded focus around one primary biblical theme: contented obedience to Christ as Lord, even at cost.
Life and Death Decisions: Help in Making Tough Choices About Infertility, Abortion, Birth Defects, and AIDS (Robert Orr, David Biebel, and David Schiedermayer; 1996) BY: Denis Haack Life and Death Decisions offers a Christian Perspective on Medical Ethics, and a Support System for Decision Makers it goes on to cover topics like infertility, abortion and AIDS.
More Life and Death Decisions: Help in Making Tough Choices About Care for the Elderly, Euthanasia, and Medical Treatment Options (Robert Orr, David Biebel, and David Schiedermayer; 1997) BY: Denis Haack More Life and Death Decisions has chapters on caring for the elderly, administering fluids and nutrition, euthanasia and assisted suicide, treatment decisions, and withholding and withdrawing treatment.
A Minute of Margin: Restoring Balance to Busy Lives (Richard A. Swenson, M.D., 2003) BY: Denis Haack Richard Swenson is a medical doctor who left his practice in order to research, write, and lecture on stress, overload, and margin.
Muslims and Christians at the Table: Promoting Biblical Understanding Among North American Muslims (Bruce A. McDowell and Anees Zaka, 1999) BY: Denis Haack Two friends, one a committed Christian and one a committed Muslim, sitting at a table sharing a meal. Open before them on the table are two books, the Bible and the Qur’an.
My Only Comfort: Death, Deliverance, and Discipleship in the Music of Bach (Calvin R. Stapert, 2000) BY: Denis Haack How do we enjoy the music of Bach thoughtfully and deeply, beyond simply listening to a piece and taking in whatever seems obvious at the moment.
Neighboring Faiths: A Christian Introduction to World Religions (Winfried Corduan, 1998) BY: Denis Haack We live in a pluralistic culture, and in all likelihood we meet with followers of non-christian world religions every day.
I love my neighbor as myself but only because I don’t much care for myself.
- Garrison Keillor
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