CULTURE CLASH

A book, a trainer's manual and a student manual on the subject of culture for continuous professional development

by Adrian L. Hawkes


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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 8/13/2008

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 156
ISBN : 9780595507078
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 156
ISBN : 9780595616190

About the Book

Some things do not change, God and kingdom values. There are things in our cultures that do not correspond to that. There are some parts of our culture that we have to let go of, some we can hold onto, things handed down to us, need to be re-evaluated. Thank you Adrian for helping me to learn to cherish things from my culture that God wants to redeem.<p> <b>Jenny Sinnadurai.<br> Sri Lanka. Church leader<br> And Church Planter</b><p> In this insightful book Adrian raises the important neglected issue of culture in a thought-provoking way. Culture constantly changes, so must we. A challenging book and, if we allow a broadening of our horizons as we work through it, potentially life-changing! A fantastic and must-use tool for any group wanting to gain an understanding of Culture together.<p> <b>Ann Clifford<br> Film Producer/Script Writer<br> United Kingdom</b><p> Each community faces different challenges. If we try and change without the spirit of God that could be death. Culture may stop us from experiencing all that God has for us. We load ourselves with transmitted patterns in thinking and action which makes us artificial products. If you are alive, change is inevitable. Adrian, you have done it again: You have helped me learn different ways of looking at and doing-stuff!<p> <b>Sammy Nawali <br> Church leader and Entrepreneur<br> Nakuru Kenya East Africa</b>


About the Author

Adrian Hawkes expertise comes from extensive travel; becoming close to people; studying modes of living, personalities and spiritual values; working long term with people in Europe Asia and Africa. Married to Pauline for 39 years, with three children and 9 grandchildren. Living in multi-cultural London since 1974.