Simple Compassion: Devotions to Make a Difference in Your Neighborhood and Your World (Google eBook)

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Zondervan, Oct 6, 2009 - Religion - 272 pages
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Every woman longs to make a difference in her world, but sometimes the needs just seem too big and the days are already too full of errands and obligations. This fifty-two-week devotional offers fresh inspiration and encourages every woman to see that she is uniquely gifted by God to make a difference right where she is. Poignant stories and powerful Bible passages demonstrate that small acts of compassion matter to God. Along with gaining a clear vision of Godís heart for the poor and marginalized, readers are challenged to nurture the twelve characteristics of women who overflow with creative compassion. Each weekly devotional reading includes principles and action steps for carrying Godís love and grace to those in need. As readers are equipped and motivated to put their faith into action, theyíll find their eyes and hearts opened to countless opportunities to carry out small acts of compassion and justice in the midst of daily living. Simple Compassion infuses women with the confidence that they can change the world, one life at a time.
  

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Review: Simple Compassion: Devotions To Make A Difference In Your Neighborhood and Your World

User Review  - Andrea Schultz - Christianbook.com

Being that we are at the start of a New Year, it is always constructive to start it out right; the proverbial New Years Resolutions. That involves developing new habits if you have old or bad ones ... Read full review

Review: Simple Compassion: Devotions To Make A Difference In Your Neighborhood and Your World

User Review  - Terra Hangen - Christianbook.com

This is an inspiring devotional filled with personal stories and Bible examples that inspire the reader to go beyond inner Christian growth and to help other people. Consisting of 52 weeks of ... Read full review

Contents

Hunger
Compassion Begins with
Position
Woman
Shine
Rest
Expectations
Enough
Generous
Seeing
Compassion Grows in Community
Bigger
Neighbor?
Why?
Family?
Body

Downward
Wrecked
Handmedowns
Heroes
Moving
Favorites
Enemies
Invite
Drawn
Copyright

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About the author (2009)

Keri Wyatt Kent is the author of several books, including Oxygen, Listen, and Breathe, and is a sought-after retreat leader and speaker. She and her husband, Scot, live with their son and daughter in Illinois. Learn more about Keri's ministry at www.keriwyattkent.com.

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