Turning Points: Stories of People Who Made a Difference

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Westminster John Knox Press, 1. jan. 1993 - 136 sider

Great movements have leaders and leaders have moments when commitments are made, when new attitudes are formed, when new directions are chosen, and when distant visions are transformed into realities. This inspirational book examines some of these important times--occasions when notable people, during moments of crisis and insight, found the grace and strength to change our world for the better, forever.

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Innhold

Bills Miracle
3
The Diplomats Bluff
9
The Protestant Monks
16
Mansion House 9000
22
Stamping Out Disease
28
The Patron Saint of Play
34
The Young Boys Vow
43
Yet Another Root of Reform
49
A Saint in Africa
81
Houstons Greatest Victory
87
The Examination
93
Just As I Am
99
The Commencement Prayer
105
The Pagan Son
111
Epilogue
117
Opphavsrett

Too Busy to Write
56

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Om forfatteren (1993)

Max L. Christensen is Rector Emeritus of St. James Episcopal Church in San Francisco, California. He wrote the weekly syndicated newspaper column Turning Points, which ran for fourteen years.

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