This Book is in Good Condition. Clean Copy With Light Amount of Wear. 100% Guaranteed. Summary: If you feel like politics and politicians have sunk into a hopeless pit of divisiveness and insincerity, you need this book. Amy Uelmen identifies some of the burning questions of our times: Does voting the wrong way constitute a sin? Are my misguided friends being inadvertently duped by political machines to make sinful choices? Are my misguided friends being inadvertently duped by political rhetoric that sounds good, but produces no social change in practice? The 5 steps she proposes will help you ask the right questions and establish parameters that can produce actual dialogue rather than simultaneous monologues in your family, church, community, or town hall meeting. The insights are: (1) Believe it is possible to have a positive vision of politics; (2) Practice and refine communication skills based on love; (3) Understand where there is and is not room for compromise; (4) Recognize suffering as a springboard for love; and (5) Build the polis with constructive action. Buchnummer des Verkäufers
Inhaltsangabe: Rooting their work in Ignatian Spirituality, Catholic Social Teaching, student affairs best practices, and a 21st century understanding of a spirituality of communion, these authors offer a proven resource for the formation of student leaders. Each section provides real-world examples of how to engage students in effective practices that both teach the individual and build the community. Starting from the premise of Reverence, the 5 steps build in this way: (1) Love everyone: Find God in all things; (2) Share the others joy or hurt: Be attentive; (3) Love your enemy: Cura Personalis; (4) Be the first to love: Be creative companions in service; (5) Love one another: Be men & women for others. This resource is inspired by the lives and experiences of actual student leaders with a thorough understanding of student development theory and professional practice.
Über den Autor: Dennis Carr and Hannah Trost earned Masters degrees in Higher Education Administration from Boston College with a concentration in Catholic University Leadership. Michael James, Ph.D. is a Lecturer in the Boston College graduate program in Educational Leadership and Higher Education and coordinates the concentration in Catholic University Leadership.
Buchbeschreibung New City Press, 2014. Paperback. Buchzustand: Brand New. 70 pages. 6.80x4.30x0.30 inches. In Stock. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 1565485092