In hierdie praktiese, lekkerlees-dagstukkieboek is daar elke dag ’n nuwe bruistablet om in afsondering te lees en toe te pas in jou lewe. Dit is ’n reis na groter egtheid en verdieping as kinders van die Here sodat jy meer kan bruis te midde van jou realiteit en probleme.
Elke Christen het ankers nodig, iets wat hulle vashou aan God om te keer dat hulle lewensbootjie op die rotse loop. Bekende sanger Nadine Blom wys die ankers waaraan ons moet vashou vir ons uit - maar wys ook watter goed wat ons vashou ons moet laat los.
Communion Ecclesionlogy by Dr. K.T. Resane explores the concept of a communion ecclesiology in South Africa. The book provides the reader with a comprehensive overview of the concept in the Bible, in history and in different church traditions including the African Initiated Churches.
‘Empire’ has become an apt label to name the present horizon of global life and is associated with logic and practices which threaten human life in myriad ways. These reflections not only expose the true nature of empire, but suggest an alternative vision of flourishing wrought by God’s kingdom.
Although the act of preaching may take on various forms, the author takes a look at preaching as being an event in space and time. Aesthetical-theological concepts such as space and time are innovatively combined with the sensory experiences, like preaching as hearing and as seeing.
The purpose of this book is to engage challenging issues that are called into question during ministerial training. This is a volume presenting eleven contested issues that attend to concerns related to structures, processes, knowledge and practices within theological education.
Die boek help ouers om die wonder van die konsepsie en God se hand in die ontwikkeling van hulle baba te sien. Dit neem die ouers deur die biologiese ontwikkeling van hulle baba maar ook op 'n geestelike reis – waarvoor en hoe om te bid vir hulle ongebore baba.
John de Gruchy is one of the greatest and most respected South African theologians of the past five decades. His work has left an indelible mark on both the South African and international theological landscapes.
People are taught to be separate from one another and to compete to get ahead, that they are not good enough the way they are. This work provides a spiritual travel guide back to the truth people were born with and and shows how to accept back into their hearts the love that has been denied.