BeDADitudes" is the first book to uniquely focus on the Beatitudes
and fatherhood an is specifically intended to help fathers to stop focusing on themselves and instead focus on God -learning how to be the father God wants us to be by becoming a servant leader in our own homes.
have inspired millions of Christians through the centuries to live a life totally given in love and service in building a better world, with some offering their very own lives.
takes the view that the commandments and beatitudes
are primarily about developing good internal attitudes and dispositions.
This article argues that Jesus' Beatitudes
teaching is not just for Christians huddling together in some ecclesiastical enclave but is a truly astounding source of wisdom for the crowds today, for all of life, including business.
Reworking his PhD dissertation for the South African Theological Seminary, Howell (New Testament studies, Montreat College, North Carolina) argues that the Beatitudes
demonstrate how Matthew used a literary and theological construct centered on Jewish concepts, which the new community was to adopt as a paradigmatic utterance of its existence and its purposes in representing Jesus as the presence of God in the world.
Thomas Strieker, a presider for Living Beatitudes
Community, said the community is making every effort to install safe church policies and safe environment training.
The individual Beatitudes
describe what might be called the actual conditions of Jesus' disciples.
The volunteers of the Beatitudes
Campus Auxiliary have racked up more than a million hours of service, and they're showing no signs of slowing down.
Especially revealing the meaning and essence of Matthew's Gospel, Spirituality Of The Beatitudes
reveals in depth the philosophies and some contradicting opinions concerning the classic and well-known refrains, "Blessed are the poor in spirit" (notes point out that Matthew was exceptional in his conviction that doing good works led those of wavering or little faith to salvation); "Blessed are the nonviolent; they will inherit the Earth"; "Blessed are the peacemakers; they will be called the children of God" and more.
Christ Wisdom--Spiritual Practice in the Beatitudes
and the Lord's Prayer, Christopher Page Path Books
In Arizona, for example, the Church of the Beatitudes
received $225,000 from Health and Human Services for "ethnic community organizations.