The young people of today are easily exposed to the influence of pornography, drugs, alcohol, sexual promiscuity, crime and corruption. Helping them cope up with such inﬂuences and liberate them from moral degradation are serious tasks for parents and teachers. Driven by a genuine and ardent desire to inculcate values in the young, P. V. George, with 18 years of experience behind him as a teacher, has written these skits. He is convinced that enacting such skits can foster values such as service to the poor, sincerity of purpose, love, hard Work, peace, forgiveness, devotion to God, etc. These skits can be easily enacted in schools, clubs and organizations with or without elaborate costumes, make up, lighting and props, depending on the occasion and the innovativeness of those involved. The dialogues are short and simple, so that they can be memorized without much effort and with minimal practice.
Come to my Banquet
Gathered here are a series of short reflections based on everyday life, for those whose names the world does not know. Jesus invites us to ''come to my Banquet'' but what do we need to bring apart from ourselves? to be adequately nourished at this banquet we must be prepared to respond to the invitation by coming properly attired with the virtue of honesty, humility, faith, hope and love.
When helping hurt
Unleashing and equipping people to effectively help the poor requires repentance and the realization of our own brokenness. When helping hurt articulates a biblically based framework concerning the root cause of poverty and its alleviation.
Illness, Finding peace
The diagnosis of a serious or chronic illness is a life-altering experience for oneself as well as for loved ones. finding peace gently guides the reader through the emotional responses be illness toward the attainment of inner peace, all within the context of God's abiding presence and love.
Titles of Jesus
DateDecember 9, 2020 CategoryInspirational & Christian Living, Modern Books & Spirituality, Spiritual Pearls, Spiritual
A pertinent question each Christian must ask is: How much do I really know of Jesus? Certainly, we know the infancy narrative, the miracles and the more common sayings of Jesus. Is that really enough? St. Paul in his letter to the Romans writes, “And how are they to believe in one of whom they have never heard? And how are they to hear without someone to proclaim him”? This book is intended to do that proclamation. It is prepared with the purpose of introducing the reader to the majesty and splendor of the person of Jesus. The Titles of Jesus will help all of us to understand more deeply the person of Jesus so that with St. Paul we can affirm, “I am not ashamed to know the one in whom I have put the trust.”