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Given for Life

Kevin Mayhew

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A guide to motivational gifts
'It's not what you do, but the underlying WHY that you do it that betrays who you are.'

Given for Life helps you to discover the gift that was always there, the innate responses and abilities you were born with. Here are insights that are immediately relevant for any working team, family or group of friends.

Seven profiles, seven different strands of giftedness are explored, so you can recognise which is your gift and ask what you will uniquely make of all that has been entrusted to you.
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Product Code1500712
NameGiven for Life
SupplierKevin Mayhew
AuthorAndy Raine
Short DescriptionA guide to motivational gifts
Pack Size1
Size125mm x 190mm
Count333 pages
Date Published22 Sep 2004
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It's not what you do, it's the why that you do it... Review by Fiddlesticks (Amazon, 2005)
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This book (by Andy Raine of the Northumbria Community) provides insightful teaching on the different types of spiritual gifts found in the New Testament. It majors on the 7 Motivational gifts as found in Romans 12. Taking each one as a character study it reveals the strengths and weaknesses associated with each motivation, and how people of differing motivational gifts could find themselves relating to each other.

Often in the past, identity has been confused with charismatic spiritual gifts or ministry title. This book seeks to get the heart of who you are, using Biblical teaching and plenty of the author's own observations having taught this subject over many years.

This book is written in a direct, practical and easy-to-read style which necessarily misses out some of the deeper insights you will gain if you spend a weekend teaching retreat with the Northumbria Community. That said, it's probably the most comprehensive and up to date work on the subject, and brings much needed understanding to this area of study. (Posted on 19/06/2013)

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Writer, dancer and facilitator for various groups, Andy Raine lives on Holy Island, Lindisfarne in Northumberland with his wife Anna and two children, Joel and Martha. He was an author/ editor of Celtic Daily Prayer (Collins) and one of the founders of the Northumbria Community.

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