Captive Thoughts is a Reflective Journal that gives Christians and non-Christians alike an opportunity to explore God's Word. It will help the reader and writer gain an understanding of how scripture can be used to help change our perspective on life, and how it can be used to help improve our thoughts, words, and actions. Ten topics are provided with scripture verses to help the writer begin to journal and they are encouraged to search the topics and scriptures at greater length. The hope is the reader will discover the Word of God as a magnificent tool to help improve their quality of life and to develop and strengthen their relationship with Jesus Christ. This journal provides links to five podcast that help explain the importance of responsible thoughts, words, actions, attitudes, and motives. They were part of a blog talk radio broadcast that aired in 2013. These podcasts were related to bullying but are relevant and related to the topics of respect and responsibility. This book is a great tool for those in the ministry or for Bible Studies.
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About the Author
Since 1977 Jim Burns has been working with students who have learning disabilities and behavioral problems. He has almost 40 years of experience working as an administrator, teacher, college instructor, and a seminar leader. He is committed to helping administrators, parents, and teachers establish standards of excellence and to help them build successful relationships with their staff, students, and children. He has written and designed The Bully Proof Classroom, a graduate course that is offered at The College of New Jersey and Gratz College in Pennsylvania in partnership with The Regional Training Center and is endorsed by the New Jersey Education Association. Jim was awarded the degree of Doctor of Humane Letters in recognition of his work in the area of anti bullying. He has also written several books on the topic of anti bullying and classroom climate. "Anti Bullying 101" is a great resource for teachers, administrator, support staff, and parents as it provides permanent help in dealing with unruly behavior and can be used as part of any anti-bullying program. He is available for on sight in-services and keynotes.