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In the midst of worldwide financial upheavals and economic turmoil, God is calling us to rest and spiritual soliloquy with Him.

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Just as Jesus saw the "travail of His soul and was satisfied" Isaiah , we also must pass through travails, not edgy, but eager to do His will. I am a witness to this paradigm shift, and my personal experience is highlighted in this book. An eager person with a winning attitude accounts for 80 percent of the results in this country today.

It's amazing that the figures don't change from year to year. They stay about the same. Twenty percent of the people are getting 80 percent of the result. Seller Inventory AAV More information about this seller Contact this seller 1. Maternal mortality has barely improved in the last thirty years, in spite of cutting-edge technology and trillions of dollars invested. The global maternal mortality ratio declined by 2. Most of these deaths are sadly preventable and this book covers these possible complications with a common-sense approach to managing pregnancy successfully.

More information about this seller Contact this seller 2. As a foreigner who crisscrossed Africa and Europe to arrive on the shores of New York in , I could see the cold fangs of Europe's post-modern-day secularism clashing with the fires of revival from Africa in America's streets. America, a nation that sent out more missionaries than the rest of the world, is now an unreached nation.

The Bible says in Luke that "whomsoever much is given, of him shall be much required and to whom men have committed much, of him they will ask the more. This book challenges the American church to return to her roots and cultivate again her true foundations of evangelism, discipleship, and following Jesus to the ends of the earth.

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    After all, I pastor a Bible church. Doctrine is highlighted when the gospel is attacked. Great theologians rise up as they should. Creeds and confessions are written. Books on systematic theology spring up. When theology is worshiped in place of the One it directs us to, then we are in serious trouble. It simply describes the person, albeit in a very limited way. No matter how much doctrine we compile, God will never be adequately explained by any group of people or any system of theology.

    As you may have heard mentioned in services last weekend, our Junior and Senior High youth are away for our annual Youth Summer Camp.

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    Thank you for praying for us this week. Below is are several specific requests and an overview of theme this week so you can pray specifically for our teens to understand the power of the Holy Spirit in their lives and begin to live it out. Pray that all would logistically work out with transportation, meetings, meals, etc. Pray that they would be open to what the Lord wants to teach them. Pray that our staff would be able to discern how to care for and challenge each of our teens in a grace filled manner. Pray specifically that our teens would see the power of the Holy Spirit in their lives and begin to walk in it.

    As believers we have all heard of the Holy Spirit, but how many of us really understand who He is or what He practically does in our life? Christ Himself says it is for our benefit that Christ leaves and sends the promised Holy Spirit John We are told if we walk in the Spirit, we will not gratify our sinful desires Galatians We hear about the Fruit the Spirit Galatians that should develop in our lives of love, joy, and peace and want some of those, but how do we get them?

    We hear about living in the power of the Spirit, but far too often tend to lead defeated Christian lives. We have heard so many truths about God and have so much knowledge, but do we have the basic skills of how to walk in step with the Spirit? This year at camp, we will be learning about the Holy Spirit and what He does in our lives. This is about the power and work of the Holy Spirit in our lives. On my own, I would not walk with God or honor Him, but thankfully He has not left me alone as an orphan John He gives us the power to live beyond our own natural abilities.

    We have had an awesome last couple days. Tuesday evening we did another street meeting and went to see the huge sea turtles! We even got to see baby turtles hatching! Wednesday we did our second day of summer camp and left for the team debrief in Port of Spain. Last night we heard from Ronnie and Meela. Today we spent the day on a boat swimming and fishing. Then we returned to the church for a farewell dinner with the church A very touching experience. We will give you much more detail when we see you late on Saturday.

    Our flight is scheduled to land at Dulles at pm. We are planning on students being picked up at the airport. On Day 8 Sat , we went to Toco Beach, ate Fish Broth which is a stew that they cooked using a propane tank right on the beach, played football, and climbed trees. We finished out the night having some fun with our Trini friends, especially our awesome maxi taxi driver Dale last picture with Dan.

    DAY 8: Well, it was bound to happen. We got roasted. The team spent much of our day Saturday on Toco beach. It was the most beautiful beach I have ever seen. I think at times we all felt like somehow we had been placed into a post card. We spent our day running around having fun, spending some time with the local Trinis we have come to know and love, some who we are growing beside and some who we are witnessing to, and just praising God for his beautiful creation. After our time on the beach we stopped briefly at a lighthouse that was unlike anything we had ever witnessed before. Beyond a small beaten path we found enormous boulders and cliffs that at this moment I struggle to even describe.

    Aggressive waves plummeted toward us, crashed onto the walls of the cliff we sat on and flew up upon us in the form of this delicate mist. God is so beautiful.

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    I have never felt so white before in my life. There, we were given the opportunity to meet with community members and discuss with them what the Bible says about what a parent-teen relationship should look like. Courtney shared her testimony with the ladies and Bob spoke for the men. The turn out was certainly smaller than other events we have hosted, but we praise God for the intimacy that comes with that.