Foundation of Christian life ……………………………………… 5-9; Confess/Declare Jesus (Romans 10) ………………...10 -11; Beatitudes (Matthew 5: 1-12) …………………………12-13; Royal Law (James 2:8) ………………………...……14-15; Love the Lord (Matthew 22:37) ………………...….16-17; Witness: (Mark 13:10) ………………………………18-19; Courage: Isaiah 41:1……………………………...….20-22; The Position: John 1……………………………...….23-24; The Fruit of the Spirit: (Galatians)…………….…. ….25-26; Do Not Fear (Psalm 27:1); References………………………………………………………….…29
This book is composed of nine chapters, which present some of the initial and most element of the Christian life.
The foundation upon which Christian life is built
Chapter 1 – Examines the important of confession/declaration.
Chapter 2 – The advantage of beatitudes in Christ Jesus.
Chapter 3 – About the law of love
Chapter 4 – Having true love for God
Chapter 5 – The important of witness for God
Chapter 6 – About having courage in the Lord not yourself
Chapter 7- The advantage of positing yourself in Christ Jesus
Chapter 8 – The key to experiencing Christ in our human spirit.
Chapter 9 – The assurance, security in Christ Jesus.
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How To Protect Your Children
· Evangelist Billy Graham - "In today's world, this tool which you have authored will certainly be valuable in encouraging parents to build strong, enduring relationships with their children." · Dr. Paige Patterson (President, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary) - "Some books you can take or leave. Other books ought not to be read. This book should by all means be read. It is much overdue. . In a day when have begun to call into question the evangelization and discipleship of children, Dr. Otto, pastor of Pleasant Valley Baptist Church in Amarillo, Texas has faced the issues from a theological, biblical, and experiential perspective. The conclusions he draws here are not only significant, but ought to be read by every pastor and every parent." · Dr. Paul Stripling (Executive Director Waco Baptist Association) - "Please forgive the delay in returning your material-but I did want to read it in its entirety. It is excellent material and I want you to know how very supportive I am of the work that you are doing in preparation of this book. Again, thank you for the compliment in sending the material to me-and giving me a chance to pursue and read this outstanding and pertinent information. I think that there has never been a time that we need to show them the importance of reaching our children-the time is now!" · Rev. James A. Gray, Sr. (Pastor, Council, Idaho) – This book has truly blessed my heart. I plan to use it in my church. · Rev. Joe Hawn (Minister to the Deaf, Baptist Convention of New Mexico) – I thought the book was real good. It is sure a needed book and will be of help to a number of folks.” · Rev. Dale Burris (Pastor, Willow Park Baptist Church) – It is good to know that God desires to deal with all of us in our childhood and that children are given a special ability to believe God. May we take the principles prescribed in this volume and tap the untapped resources of childhood faith.” · Ernest Parrish (President, Parrish Oil Field Services, Dickinson, North Dakota) I used quotes from your book at our City Council meeting. · Detective Merrill Gilbert (Amarillo, Texas) - "This book has a message for every parent who is concerned about their children growing up in the kind of world we live in." · Sheriff Ron McGee (Noble County, Oklahoma) - "This book has opened me up, personally, to the need and has inspired me to action." · Mary Kay (founder, Mary Kay Cosmetics, dec.) - "The Lord Jesus is evident in your testimony." · Evangelist Leighton Ford - "The love of Jesus flows through your ministry." · Professor James Eaves - "You are writing in a very needed area." · Dr. Curt Dodd (Pastor, Texas & Colorado) - "I believe in your ministry." · Dr. Bailey Smith (Pastor, President of Southern Baptist Convention, Evangelist) - "I love your little book. It elevates the home and lifts up Christ." · Dr. W. A. Criswell (Pastor, First Baptist Church, Dallas, Texas) - "You have a marvelous presentation and a God-blessed message." · Evangelist Ruth Carter Stapleton - "I thank Jesus for honoring your faithfulness to Him." · Rev. Jerry Falwell (Pastor, Evangelist, President of Liberty University & The Moral Majority) - "I am praying for your ministry." · Dr. John Bisango (Pastor, First Baptist Church, Houston, Texas) - "I ordained Ludwig Otto to the Gospel ministry." · Rev. Stan Coffey (Pastor, San Jacinto Baptist Church, Amarillo, Texas & leader in national baptisms for many years) - "God will use your testimony." · Rev. James T. Draper (Pastor, President of the Southern Baptist Convention, and President of the Sunday School Board) - "I know him as a fellow pastor. He has a heart for souls."·
Evangelist & Prison Ministry Leader Bill Glass (former NFL All Pro & former college football All American) - I am looking forward to your work.
A Discussion of Leadership Theories as they Relate to Information Systems Leadership
Chih-Yuan Chou, Purdue University
Linda L. Naimi, Purdue University
What is leadership? In the past years, people have given this term a lot of different explanations. Someone said leadership is influence, while someone claimed leadership is the capacity to translate vision into reality. Researchers believe that the effectiveness of group performance is determined in large part by the leadership structure of the group, and thus leadership attracts people’s eyes in the area of social science (Borgatta et al., 1954). Trevisani (2015) stated that leadership is a holistic spectrum that can arise from higher levels of physical power, superior mental energies, higher abilities in managing the overall picture, higher abilities in specialized tasks, higher ability in managing the execution of a task, and higher level of values, wisdom, and spirituality, where any leader derives its leadership from a unique mix of one or more of the former factors. We cannot argue that Trevisani’s viewpoint on leadership is wrong; however, his statement on leadership has not described what leadership is in a complete way. In fact, there are a variety of existing views on describing leadership. Some researchers conceptualize leadership as a trait or as a behavior, whereas others view leadership from an information-processing perspective or relational standpoint (Northouse, 2012). In the following sections, we will show you the highlight of leadership theories, a brief review for information systems (IS) leadership papers in recent years, and then discuss the similarities and differences between the different approaches and theories.
Leading by Getting Her Hands Dirty: Bringing Social Responsibility, Servant Leadership, and a Learning Culture into the Classroom
Sheena Schwindt, SHRM-CP, Student, Dickinson State University; Debora Hansen Dragseth, Ph.D., MBA, Professor of Business Administration, Dickinson State University; Kostas Voutsas, MBA, MS/HROD, Assistant Professor of Human Resource Management, Dickinson State University
Leading by Getting Her Hands Dirty: Bringing Social Responsibility, Servant Leadership, and a Learning Culture into the Classroom “Rachel was known as the crazy teacher with the worm buckets in her room, she wasn’t taken seriously” (Schwindt, personal communication, September 22, 2019). Rachel Leach was known this way among her co-workers before she became an award-winning educator whose hard work introducing gardening, composting, and sustainability practices into her classroom, and the entire school, won her the Northern Nevada Pioneer Award. She was nominated by a group called Healthy Communities. Her teaching partner (and the author’s mother), Rebecca Schwindt, noted, “winning the Northern Nevada Pioneer Award gave her credibility. All of a sudden everybody sat up and took notice, including the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the Mandela Scholars.”
THE PROFESSIONAL DOCTORATE IN TECHNOLOGY LEADERSHIP, RESEARCH & INNOVATION
Dr. Michael Dyrenfurth, Purdue University , Dr. Linda Naimi, Purdue University , Dr. Kathryne Newton, Purdue University Dr. Mitch Springer, Purdue University
John Mensah-Dapaah, Republic Of South Africa, email@example.com
What does God require of old men and old women in the OLD and NEW TESTAMENT? How would you witness to an old person?
Answers : God require of old men and women in the Old and New Testaments to:
(a). OLD MEN
i. To managed their household as the heads of the family.
ii. In the Old Testament all public decisions were to be made by men or were made by men.
iii. Old men are to provides for their wives clothing, food, shelter, sexual relations and protection.
iv. Old men are to provides for their children clothing, shelter, food, education and security.
v. Old men are to pay bride price and marry their women and actually protects them in the long run (Genesis 2:24)
vi. In the Old Testament, an old man cannot wear a woman garment, it is an abomination to do so
vii. Old men in the New Testament (Ephesians5:22-33, 1 Corinthians 11:3) are to love their wives as they loved themselves. They are the head of the family and Christ is the head of their household.
viii. In the New Testament, God require Old men to love their wives and not be harsh to them (Colossians 3:18-19)
ix. God sees old men and old women the same or one in Christ in the New Testament (Galatians3:28)
x. God requires old men in the Old Testament to be like Him because He created us in His own image (Genesis 1:27)
xi. God in the New Testament require old men to live with their wives in understanding way and not to beat them. ( 1 Peter 3:7)
xii. In the New Testament, God require old men to have their own wives and their wives must have authority on their men bodies. (1 Corinthians 7:1-40)
xiii. God require old men in the New Testament to be sober minded, dignified, self controlled, sound in faith, in love and in steadfastness. (Titus 2:1-15)
xiv. God in the Old Testament require old men to be fruitful and multiply and have dominion over everything on earth.(Genesis 1:28)
xv. God require old men in the New Testament to fear Him, honour Him, lkve thy neighbours, respect everyone and be a good servants of God. (1 Peter 2:13-17)
xvi. God in the New Testament expect old men to pray. (1 Timothy 2:8)
xvii. God require old men in the New Testament who are leaders to get only one wife and lives life's above reproach, respectable, hospitable and teacher. (1 Timothy 3:2)