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Bring 'em back alive : a healing plan for those wounded by the church

Author: Dave Burchett
Publisher: Colorado Springs, Colo. : WaterBrook Press, ©2004.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Burchett shows the importance of bringing the lost and wounded lambs back to the church, and explains how to replenish the spiritual strength of Christ's body. Included are questions at the end of  Read more...

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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Dave Burchett
ISBN: 157856798X 9781578567980
OCLC Number: 54503707
Description: xii, 221 p. ; 22 cm.
Contents: The heartbreak of a scattered flock --
Naming the pain that drives us apart --
Wounded and abandoned --
Caring enough to share another's pain --
Lethargic lambs --
Waking up the flock --
Feud for thought --
Uniting for the mission --
The heart of a shepherd --
Serving where we are called --
Never leave a lamb behind! --
Mobilizing a search-and-rescue team --
The wounded lamb --
A plan for healing and restoration --
Lambentations --
Encountering hope in our good shepherd --
Your bleating heart (will tell on you) --
Letting go of victimhood --
You haven't got time for the pain --
Choosing to be healed --
Forgiveness is not optional --
Finding supernatural freedom --
Reunited and it feels so good --
Sticking together--
forever --
Repeat after me--
I have the right to nothing --
Taking responsibility for ourselves and for each other --
The ultimate gift of gratitude --
Committing to the cause.
Responsibility: Dave Burchett.
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"Dave Burchett has tactfully tackled a tricky and serious issue in contemporary church life. Using plenty of appropriate humor and examples from scripture to make his points, his message is both Read more...

 
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