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Dan Moseley

Dan Moseley

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  • Lose Love Live

    $12.99

    Everyone faces loss and change, whether it’s the death of a loved one, the loss of a job, a failed relationship, a decline in health, or a move to a new city. In this book the author tells about his experiences with multiple losses and the spiritual gifts he discovered in these losses. He invites readers to grieve their losses – to pay attention to what is happening in their lives, feed the pain, and move through grief at their own pace.
    This book outlines 10 dimensions of reality people experience as they learn to let go of old, familiar ways of life and embrace the new. It encourages individuals to explore their suffering and open themselves to the rebirth that comes when they have the courage and patience to discover the gifts that are part of losing, loving, and living.

    At the end of each chapter, Moseley suggests the kinds of friends readers need to seek out for the portion of the journey described in that chapter. The book also includes a discovery journal that guides individuals to make learn more about themselves while they are going through times of loss and change.

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  • Listening To Listeners

    $26.99

    Channels of Listening series is a four-volume series of homiletical resources designed to help preachers understand the factors that influence how sermons are heard and perceived and how preachers can use this information to preach more effective sermons. The series is the result of an in-depth study conducted by ten leading homileticians. Each book in the series focuses on a major finding of the study and offers practical implications for preaching.

    “This book introduces preachers to the essential tools of effective communication, demonstrates how to identify their effect in the talk of listeners, and then sends preachers out to become ethnographers of effective communication for their own congregations. Listening to Listeners is the rare book that provides preachers and students with real talk about how listeners experience a ministry of preaching as part of their own faith formation. If you long for more than ‘Good sermon, pastor’ and a handshake, this is the book of the real conversations preachers have been hungry to hear.”

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