"This pamphlet is a Canadian version of a paper originally written by Eric Jay, for Christian Aid, Britain c1975" -- p. 15.
Pamphlet jointly published by: The Primate's World Relief and Development Fund; Canadian Lutheran World Relief; The Committee on Inter-Church Aid, Refugee and World Service; The Canadian Catholic Organization for Development and Peace; and World Development, Service and Relief. -- back cover.
Contents: What is World Development ? -- Why are there rich and poor countries ? -- There is poverty in Canada too. Shouldn't charity begin at home ? -- Is the situation improving at all ? -- Wouldn't birth control solve problems ? -- Is there enough food to go round ? -- Canada became prosperous through trade. Why can't the Third World ? -- Can we afford to make trade concessions to them ? -- What about the aid which pours into the poor countries ? -- But suirely Canadian aid is very generous ? -- Canada has its own poverty problems so why should we give more aid or better trade deals to the Third World ? -- Does increased aid mean more taxation ? -- Why can't "The Arabs" pay for development ? -- How much aid is wasted through misuse and corruption ? -- Wouldn't they be better off if they hadn't seized independence so soon ? -- Can't voluntary aid organizations solve the problem ? -- Can't the public do any more ? -- If it's a moral question, why don't the churches given a lead by surrendering their wealth ? -- But isn't man's spiritual need more important to Christians than his material need ? -- If I am concerned about world development, what can I do ?
Twenty questions on world development : a Canadian perspective
"[By] Aaron Spiegel, Nancy Armstrong, and Brent Bill".
The three co-authors are all with the Indianapolis Center for Congregations which has since its inception in 1997 "worked with over 400 congregations around the issue of congregations and technology". "In this book we're going to use what we have learned to help you explore how your congregation can use technology. ... We will help you design technology uses that fit with your ministry and mission. Our goal is Godly service -- not technological glitz. Still, it's obvious that there's no question that your congregation is going to use computer technology. The only question is `how ?'." -- Preface, pp. x, xi.
Includes article "The Microchip Church" by William H. Willimon, originally published 22-29 June 1983 issue of Christian Century as part of the preface.
Contents: Preface -- The Microchip Church / William H. Willimon -- Acknowledgements / Aaron Spiegel, Nancy Armstrong and Brent Bill -- A Tale of Two Congregations: and Technology -- In an IMac Was Good Enough for Moses: A Brief History of Congregational Computing -- Of Heilsgeschichte and Harddrives: Learning Basic Computer Lingo -- Technology Goes to Church: A Software Review -- What Has Bill Gates Done for Use Lately: General Business Software and Congregations -- Managing Your Congregation: Congregational Management Software -- Preaching and Teaching: Worship and Education Software -- Tending the Nets: Networks and the Internet -- Disciples of the Disk: Creating a Technology Team -- Finding the RAM in the Thicket: Designing Your Hardware -- Building the Tower: or Two: Assembling Your Hardware and Software -- Eternal Security: Protecting Your Congregations's Systems -- I've Got a PC in Glory Land that Outshines the Sun: The Future of Congregational Computing -- Appendix A: Technology Assessment -- B: Congregational Culture Questions -- C: What Do You Want to Do that a CMS [Congregational Management Software] Can Do ? -- D:Things You Can Do -- E: Sample Technology Plan Budget -- F: Creating a Technology Plan: Summary Sheet -- G: Sample Church: Technology Acceptable Use Policy -- Glossary.
Contents: Introduction -- What Are Your Priorities ? -- What Are Your Criteria ? -- A Critical Variable -- What Is the Institutional Context ? -- Fifteen Benchmarks -- Who Is the Client ? -- Building in Continuity -- Function, Theme, or Organization ? -- Fifteen Questions for the Sunday School -- Why Have Adult Classes ? -- What is the Role of Parents ? -- What is the Role of the Vacation Bible School ? -- Where are the Men ? -- The Nursery -- Entry Points and Assimilation -- Notes.
"First published 1969. Fifth impression 1975." -- verso of t.-p.
"Compilation, Proprietors of ''Hymns Ancient and Modern'." -- verso of t.-p.
"The present volume is in origin a supplement to 'Hymns Ancient and Modern Revised (1950)'. Accordingly none of its hundred hymns appears in that volume. About forty will probably be new to worshippers of all traditions. The remainder have been gathered from many books in course of a long search for hymns that speak to today". -- Preface.
Contents: Preface / John Dykes Bower, Gerald H. Knight, Edgar Bishop, Cyril Taylor, Henry Chadwick -- Acknowledgements -- [100 Hymns] -- Index of Authors, Translators, and Sources of Words -- Index of Composers, Arrangers and Sources of Tunes -- Index of Tunes -- Metrical Index of Tunes -- Index of Subjects.
"As we approached our centenary, a number of appropriate celebratory publications were suggested by our editors and staff. I was drawn particularly to the idea of a collection of 100 new hymns -- one for each year of our firm's existence. .... So here it is, a collection of 100 hymns by authors and composers who continue to make Hope Publishing Company a repository of quality hymns and tunes. Actually, there are 101 title, the final selection is not really a hymn at all but a glorious choral benediction by Brian Wren and Alice Parker. It is our prayer to those who use these offerings". -- Foreword.
Contents: Foreword / George H. Shorney, Chairman, Hope Publishing Company -- [101 Hymns] -- Notes on the Hymns -- Indexes.
Contents: Foreword / J. Stratton Shufelt -- Preface / Ken Osbeck -- [List of] Illustrations -- Stories of 101 Selected Favorite Hymns -- Selected Bibliography -- Index of Authors, Translators, Composers, Tune Names.
101 hymns arranged alphabetically by title including "A Mighty Fortress is Our God", "Amazing Grace", "From Greenland's Icy Mountains", "Silent Night ! Holy Night!" and "While Shepherds Watched Their Flocks". Each hymn is given with words and music as well as historical notes.
Revised and expanded edition of the author's 1988 publication, "Jamestown Commitment".
"With her wonderful story-telling style, [the author] traces the complex history of the American Indian/Native Alaskan communities as they encountered the Anglican Communion over many generations across the North American continent". -- Foreword, p. [vii].
Includes bibliography: p. -380 and index.
Contents: Foreword / Steven Charleston -- Preface dated Epiphany 1997 / Owanah Anderson -- Colonial Efforts to Introduce Anglican "Christian Civility" -- The Anglican/Episcopal Church and the Great Iroquois Confederacy -- Minnesota: Well-Spring of Work in the West -- Niobrara: The Great Sioux Nation -- The North Dakota Mission -- Oklahoma: Too Late with Too Little ! -- The Episcopal Church in Navajoland -- Episcopal Work in the Mountains and Desert -- The Episcopal Church's First 100 Years in Alaska -- Indians in the Cities -- Twentieth Century Southern Revival -- From Survival to Self-Determination: The Last Half of the 20th Century -- Appendix A: Chronology of Anglican/Episcopal Mission to Native Americans in the United States -- Appendix B: A Survey of Native American Episcopal Ministry: 1997 -- Appendix C: Episcopal Council of Indian Ministries [San Jose Declaration] -- Appendix D: Statement of Self-Determination [Winter Talk 1995] -- Selected Bibliography -- About the Author -- Index.
Author is the staff officer for Native American Ministries at the national office of the Episcopal Church and a member of the Choctaw nation.