Restoring the Christian Soul

Restoring the Christian Soul

Winner of Christianity Today's Critics' Choice Award In this award-winning book, Leanne Payne reveals how to overcome the three great barriers that keep us from becoming whole persons: -The inability to receive God's forgiveness -The ...

Author: Leanne Payne

Publisher: Baker Books

ISBN: 0801056993

Category: Religion

Page: 256

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Three barriers keep us from being whole persons: (1) inability to receive forgiveness; (2) inability to forgive; (3) inability to accept ourselves.
Categories: Religion

Restoring the Christian Soul

Restoring the Christian Soul

Overcoming Barriers to Completion in Christ through Healing Prayer Leanne Payne. his spirit, linking the new believer with Himself. One is then “born from above” and now has a place within where the Holy Spirit lives,aholy and ...

Author: Leanne Payne

Publisher: Baker Books

ISBN: 9781441239570

Category: Religion

Page: 250

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Three barriers keep us from being whole persons: (1) inability to receive forgiveness; (2) inability to forgive; (3) inability to accept ourselves.
Categories: Religion

Restoring the Christian Soul Through Healing Prayer

Restoring the Christian Soul Through Healing Prayer

Leanne Payne shows how to overcome the three great barriers to wholeness: inability to receive God's forgiveness, inability to forgive others, and inability to accept ourselves.

Author: Leanne Payne

Publisher: Good News Pub

ISBN: 0891076255

Category: Religion

Page: 249

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Mankind's condition has been described as a crisis in separation--from God, from others, and from ourselves. Leanne Payne shows how to overcome the three great barriers to wholeness: inability to receive God's forgiveness, inability to forgive others, and inability to accept ourselves.
Categories: Religion

The Healing Presence

The Healing Presence

Leanne Payne explains the basis of her counseling ministry--Christ's indwelling presence that brings the power of the incarnation into wounded lives.

Author: Leanne Payne

Publisher: Baker Books

ISBN: 9780801053481

Category: Religion

Page: 281

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Leanne Payne explains the basis of her counseling ministry--Christ's indwelling presence that brings the power of the incarnation into wounded lives.
Categories: Religion

The Broken Image

The Broken Image

Presents documented case studies of homosexuals and lesbians who have been reoriented to heterosexuality through applied healing prayer.

Author: Leanne Payne

Publisher: Baker Books

ISBN: 9780801053344

Category: Religion

Page: 177

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Presents documented case studies of homosexuals and lesbians who have been reoriented to heterosexuality through applied healing prayer.
Categories: Religion

Restoring The Christian Family

Restoring The Christian Family

hope of the Spirit in us can live. We are not soul builders. Neither is the family, though the soul is formed in it. Only Christ is the chief cornerstone, and we are being built into a lively house by Him as we submit to His government ...

Author: John Loren Sandford

Publisher: Charisma Media

ISBN: 9781599798363

Category: Religion

Page: 320

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DIVTimely. Prophetic. On the cutting edge. In Restoring the Christian Family, the Sandfords confront the issues facing families today with sound logic based on scriptural truth. In-depth insights from more than thirty years of counseling experience combine forcefully with helpful illustrations from the author's own family life, providing practical wisdom for every reader who is concerned about his or her family. Restoring the Christian Family helps to fulfill the prophecy of Malachi,"]]And he shall turn the heart of the fathers to the children, and the heart of the children to their fathers]]" (Mal. 4: 6)/div
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Restoring the Vocation of a Christian College

Restoring the Vocation of a Christian College

Did being a Christian administrator simply mean that I would pray for my colleagues and students and perhaps open meetings with prayer? THE CHRISTIAN COLLEGE5 In their book Restoring the Soul of the University, Perry L. Glanzer, ...

Author: Brad Pardue

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN: 9781725298101

Category: Religion

Page: 372

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Restoring the Vocation of a Christian College examines the vocation of a Christian institution of higher learning—to faithfully educate students—and how individual Christian teachers and scholars can participate in this process no matter their discipline. It surveys and engages developments over the last few decades in Christian worldview studies, Christian pedagogy, character formation, and vocational reflection. Through individual essays by college administrators, cocurricular staff, and faculty from a wide range of disciplines, it provides both thoughtful reflection and concrete application of these often abstract concepts to specific institutional settings and the actual classroom experience.
Categories: Religion

Heaven s Calling

Heaven s Calling

The Lord's people made holy through Christ's sacrifice and our separation unto Him. 15. Alexander Schmemann, For the Life of the World (Crestwood, nY: SvS Press, 1973). 16. See Payne, Restoring the Christian Soul, 163–68. 17.

Author: Leanne Payne

Publisher: Baker Books

ISBN: 1585587443

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 336

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Leanne Payne was called out of brokenness into union with Christ, and her nearly fifty-year journey with God has been an adventure of healing, grace, and truth--and of the accompanying spiritual battles. She has spent her life proclaiming the freeing message that Christ lives in us, and offers the ministry of Jesus especially to those suffering from the effects of past sins and woundedness, self-rejection, and long-standing addictions. By exposing her own life, complete with its triumphs and failures, Mrs. Payne brings extraordinary clarity and understanding on a surprisingly large range of subjects, including gender identity, sexual neurosis, gnosticism, false prophecy, transference, healing prayer, incarnational reality, and sacramental worship. Her story illustrates how one soul, listening to and obeying the Lord, can revel in the abundant life that is available to us all.
Categories: Biography & Autobiography

Buddhism in the Light of Christ

Buddhism in the Light of Christ

... no spirit. What would it take to get there? Please excuse my indulgence as i briefly share what i feel may have contributed to this. Christians ... Payne, Restoring the Christian Soul, 207. 12. Payne, The HealingPresence, 158. 1.

Author: Esther Baker

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN: 9781625644664

Category: Religion

Page: 166

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Buddhism's influence is growing in the West, as seen in the widespread use of "Buddhist mindfulness apps" in people's attempts to unwind, or the casual use of words like "nirvana" and "karma" that have crept into the English language. Whether we meet it in the East or West, what is Buddhism? What is at the heart of its teachings? How does Buddhism differ from Christianity, and are they compatible? Through a collection of true short stories and testimonies, Buddhism in the Light of Christ--a sequel and companion to Esther Baker's first book, I Once was a Buddhist Nun--takes an insightful look at some core Buddhist beliefs and practices, and then reflects on them from a Christian viewpoint and biblical understanding. Esther tackles important questions such as: "How does the Buddhist goal nirvana and God differ?" and "Is Buddhism a form of idolatry?" Her responses reveal a penetrating understanding that helps to unravel and demystify the true nature of Buddhism. Buddhism in the Light of Christ also includes helpful suggestions on how to share Jesus with Buddhist friends, as well as important considerations regarding discipleship once a Buddhist has come to know Christ.
Categories: Religion

The Good and Beautiful You

The Good and Beautiful You

Those who restore art: Christopher Jobson, “The Meticulous 10-Month Restoration of a 355-Year-Old Painting at the ... When we come to understand: Leanne Payne, Restoring the Christian Soul: Overcoming Barriers to Completion in Christ ...

Author: James Bryan Smith

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9781399802932

Category: Religion

Page: 272

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The Christian faith is about much more than belief and practices - it's also about the kind of people that we become. Yet some of the biggest barriers to our transformation come from our own toxic narratives about ourselves, narratives that shape the way we see ourselves and the way we interact with the world. We are made with a deep longing in our souls to be wanted, loved, alive and connected to God. Healing our souls requires more than knowing what God thinks about us. Our healing comes not through reason alone, but through revelation. 'The best practice I have seen in Christian spiritual formation' was Dallas Willard's endorsement of the Good and Beautiful series a decade ago. Now this fourth book in the series, The Good and Beautiful You, addresses the self-narratives that hinder spiritual growth and the desires of the soul that only God can satisfy. James Bryan Smith reminds us how Scripture reveals the beauty and goodness of our own souls and how we long for healing that only God can provide. Complete with spiritual practices that help us live into that reality, The Good and Beautiful You will serve as a welcome companion on your journey to discover who you truly are in Christ.
Categories: Religion