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Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Gerard F. Powers, Drew Christiansen, and Robert T. Hennemeyer.|
|Series||Publication ;, no. 682-4|
|Contributions||Powers, Gerard F., Christiansen, Drew., Hennemeyer, Robert T., United States Catholic Conference.|
|LC Classifications||BT736.4 .P46 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||362 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||362|
|LC Control Number||95114519|
About the Principles taught in this book: The principles taught in the peacemaker are very biblical. You can confirm that through studying through the book, or by checking the references of the men of God who commend it on the books covers. This book is one Cited by: If you want to be a peacemaker, between groups or individuals, this book is for you.
Easy to understand, but may require you to change your approach to the way you live your life. Inspirational, practical.
Now get to work, there's a lot to be by: About the Principles taught in this book: The principles taught in the peacemaker are very biblical.
You can confirm that through studying through the book, or by checking the references of the men of God who commend it on the books covers. This book is one /5(). Peacemaking for Families is an applied form of Sande's prior work The Peacemaker. While I haven't read that book, I did read another applied work inspired by it called the Peacemaking Pastor by Alfred Poirier, a close associate of Sande at Peacemaking Ministries.
Both of these borrow the same terminology and framework to build a rationale for Christian peacemaking in all areas of life, not least 4/5. The principles and questions in this workbook are taken from The Peacemaker: A Biblical Guide to Resolving Personal Conflict (Ken Sande, 3rd ed., Baker Books, ).
You will find this workbook to be most helpful if you read the corresponding chapter in The Peacemaker before you attempt to answer the questions.
To assist you in yourFile Size: KB. Peacemaking Women is divided into helpful sections (Conflicts with God, Conflicts with Others, Conflict Within) and meaty chapters.
The authors include helpful resources and questions for further thought at the end of each chapter. I've used this book in a small group study, and it works well that way/5(59). He teaches internationally and is the author of numerous books, articles, and training resources, including The Peacemaker, which has sold overcopies in seventeen languages.
He is a Certified Relational Wisdom Instructor and Conciliator, /5(17). This book outlines why circles are used for therapy sessions, the criminal justice system and in school settings.
It also outlines the reasons that circles are good ways to promote healing and accountability. I used this book for more than one project in courses focused on education.
There is a lot of good information contained in this little by: The Peacemaking Principles pamphlet summarizes the key principles described in Ken Sandes' book, The Peacemaker. Each pamphlet is a one-page, 4-fold summary of the basic biblical principles and can serve as an introduction to the topic as well as for counseling : Peacemaker Ministries.