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'I hope you never lose your sense of wonder.I hope you still feel small when you stand beside the ocean.Give the heavens above more than just a passing glance.And when you get the chance to sit it out or dance ---I hope you dance.' With messages as simple as these, Mark D. Sanders and Tia Sillers have written this year's most memorable song --- 'I Hope You Dance' --- recorded by Lee Ann Womack. 'I Hope You Dance,' winner of the 2000 Single and Song of the Year awards at the 2000 CMA awards, in addition to being atop the charts for six weeks, is now the subject of a book written by songwriters Sanders and Sillers with an introduction by the recording artist, Lee Ann Womack. I Hope You Dance takes these thought provoking lyrics that have touched the hearts and imaginations of people of all ages, the whole world over, and expands on their ideas of courage, hope, faith, love, and most importantly just getting out and trying. Filled with beautiful, full-color illustrations by Nashville-based Grammy Award winning Jackson Design, and containing a special acoustic version of 'I Hope You Dance' recorded by Lee Ann Womack just for this project, I Hope You Dance is a wonderful way to tell someone you care about that you hope they jump in and experience all life has to offer. As Lee Ann Womack says in the introduction of this book about the song she made a hit across the globe, If my children understand the meanings of these lyrics when they are grown, then I have done my job as a mother.
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'I hope you never lose your sense of wonder.I hope you still feel small when you stand beside the ocean.Give the heavens above more than just a passing glance.And when you get the chance to sit it out or dance ---I hope you dance.' With messages as simple as these, Mark D. Sanders and Tia Sillers have written this year's most memorable song --- 'I Hope You Dance' --- recorded by Lee Ann Womack. 'I Hope You Dance,' winner of the 2000 Single and Song of the Year awards at the 2000 CMA awards, in addition to being atop the charts for six weeks, is now the subject of a book written by songwriters Sanders and Sillers with an introduction by the recording artist, Lee Ann Womack. I Hope You Dance takes these thought provoking lyrics that have touched the hearts and imaginations of people of all ages, the whole world over, and expands on their ideas of courage, hope, faith, love, and most importantly just getting out and trying. Filled with beautiful, full-color illustrations by Nashville-based Grammy Award winning Jackson Design, and containing a special acoustic version of 'I Hope You Dance' recorded by Lee Ann Womack just for this project, I Hope You Dance is a wonderful way to tell someone you care about that you hope they jump in and experience all life has to offer. As Lee Ann Womack says in the introduction of this book about the song she made a hit across the globe, If my children understand the meanings of these lyrics when they are grown, then I have done my job as a mother.
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In Part 2-Hope for Humanity, Dr. Matthew Sleeth explores how tending and protecting the garden extends into everyday life. In these final six sessions, Dr. Sleeth outlines a more sustainable lifestyle, focusing on six key actions-Rest, Work, Give, Share, Teach, and Hope. Following Jesus is good for the planet. Or should be, at least. This is the radical, yet solidly biblical premise of Blessed Earth. This two-part film series and guidebook experience is a creative and compelling call for Christians to embrace sustainable living out of love for God, neighbor, and all of creation. In Part 2-Hope for Humanity, Dr. Matthew Sleeth examines how God's original command to tend and protect the planet extends into the actions and activities of our everyday lives. In these final six sessions, Dr. Sleeth advocates a spiritually and environmentally sustainable lifestyle, focusing on six key actions-Rest, Work, Give, Share, Teach, and Hope. As members of the body of Christ, we serve as the hands and feet of God on the earth. The time to act is now. By imitating Jesus and following Him wholeheartedly, the church will become the strongest proponent for saving the planet. And our care, compassion, and joyful generosity will breathe hope into a world longing for redemption. Session 7: Rest On the seventh day God created rest and called it holy. Rest is a gift of God. The fourth commandment tells us to rest, to stop everything. Sounds nice, but how do we find rest in a 24/7 world? Sabbath is about restraint, about intentionally not doing everything all the time just because we can. The Sabbath is about letting go of the controls one day a week and letting God be God. Session 8: Work A majority of our life is spent at work. Work itself is a good thing; God created us to work and called us to be gardeners. But what does it mean to be stewards of the earth at the office? God is calling all of us to take better care of the planet. We must examine our work in light of the gifts we've been given and the biblical call to care for the earth. Session 9: Give When God gave His only son to die for us, He gave extravagantly. When we work hard for what we earn, we're faced with a choice: store up treasure for ourselves here on earth.or give it away. From the first stories of the Bible, it is clear God is not satisfied with mere leftovers. He wants our eager and generous hearts-it's good for us, for our neighbors, and for God's green earth. Session 10: Share In the early church, believers were meeting together for meals, sharing, worshipping, and providing for one another generously. And each day new members were added to their gatherings. It's quite a picture-people who see church not as a building but as a way of life. As a society we long for community, so how did we get from that early church to today's status quo? Session 11: Teach Teaching what the Bible says about caring for the earth and all living things is both a responsibility and a privilege, but how do we do it? Jesus taught primarily by his example, even to the point of death on a cross for our sins. In doing so, he taught us something profound about time: what we do now-even the sacrifices we make-matter for generations to come. Session 12: Hope When Christians talk about going green, they bring something unique to the discussion: hope. Not just hope for a better future in heaven, but hope for today through the power of God's Holy Spirit at work in His Church. As believers in Christ, we are in the life business-life today, life tomorrow, and life the next day. Combine faith, hope, and love, and things get done. Change happens.
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