eBook Shoulder to Shoulder: The Journey from Isolation to Brotherhood download
by Rod Cooper
Author: Rod Cooper
Publisher: Zondervan (April 1, 1997)
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Subcategory: Social Sciences
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I had isolated myself for years and years and this book pointed out so much about me and the things that had lead to my isolation. I have given over 150 copies of the book away to men. Everyone of them said that it has affected them also!!I have used the book as a basis for a men's ministry dealing with sexual addictions!
Shoulder to Shoulder: The Journey from Isolation to Brotherhood: ISBN 9780310211877 (978-0-310-21187-7) Hardcover, Zondervan, 1997. Founded in 1997, BookFinder. Coauthors & Alternates.
Shoulder to Shoulder: The Journey from Isolation to Brotherhood
Shoulder to Shoulder: The Journey from Isolation to Brotherhood. Shoulder to Shoulder: The Journey from Isolation to Brotherhood. Explains why men resist close relationships with other men, assesses the painful impact of such isolation, and discusses ways to rediscover the dynamic experience of brotherhood.
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by Rod Cooper, Rodney L. Cooper, P. Powerful, practical help for men to break down barriers of isolation & experience dynamic, life-giving relationships with other men. all members. No current Talk conversations about this book.
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Shoulder to shoulder. A South African ‘Dialogue’ takes cultural immersion to a new level January 1st, 2014. The typical global experience for college students goes something like this: A crew of youthful idealists from the . flies into a developing nation to show the locals how to function more effectively in the modern world. It’s a noble endeavor. The need is real and the intentions are pure. Shaughnessy says that it’s rare for American undergraduates to work shoulder to shoulder with local students to address the problems of the host nation, and he says the model ensures a more lasting impact for the host country.