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    CHARACTERS The Search for God and Guinness (PDF/EPUB) [The Search for God and Guinness] ☆ Stephen Mansfield DOWNLOAD ´ MIZUNOWAVERIDER.US À Stephen Mansfield I love Guinness and I've been to Dublin twice I also love God But this book just wasn't that good The writing is cliched and saccharine The conclusions are unfounded and sweeping I'd say it's a missed opportunity because the subject is good

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    (PDF/EPUB) [The Search for God and Guinness] ☆ Stephen Mansfield DOWNLOAD ´ MIZUNOWAVERIDER.US À Stephen Mansfield CHARACTERS The Search for God and Guinness One and a half starsI'd never heard of this author before; I purchased the book based solely upon its title which is something that I rarely do As a huge fan of both God and Guinness I thought I was in the target demographic Within a few pages however something began to smell funnyA uick Google search revealed that Mansfield has a

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    DOWNLOAD ´ MIZUNOWAVERIDER.US À Stephen Mansfield (PDF/EPUB) [The Search for God and Guinness] ☆ Stephen Mansfield Stephen Mansfield À 1 READ Thanks to Thomas Nelson for the review copy This book is as its subtitle proclaims a biography of a beer But it is obviously than that In short it is the biography of a family and a company whose history is seasoned with devotion to Jesus Ch

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    DOWNLOAD ´ MIZUNOWAVERIDER.US À Stephen Mansfield (PDF/EPUB) [The Search for God and Guinness] ☆ Stephen Mansfield Stephen Mansfield À 1 READ Wow I flew through this book I thought it was so interesting and engaging It just provides some high level details on the lives of different Guinness family members and their works but I think that's part of what

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    (PDF/EPUB) [The Search for God and Guinness] ☆ Stephen Mansfield Meh Neo con claptrap disguised as cut rate history The title makes you think the book will be a lot cooler than it actually is Move on; nothing to see here

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    (PDF/EPUB) [The Search for God and Guinness] ☆ Stephen Mansfield Stephen Mansfield À 1 READ CHARACTERS The Search for God and Guinness While it is impossible to truly separate the reviewer from the review I believe that a book review should be focused on the book rather than the reviewer That being said I think a little context is in order I do not drink beer or other alcoholic beverages I do not promote the use of beer or other alcoholic bever

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READ Ð The Search for God and Guinness Stephen Mansfield À 1 READ DOWNLOAD ´ MIZUNOWAVERIDER.US À Stephen Mansfield The poisonous waters and liuors of the times This is where the Guinness tale began Now 250 years and over 150 countries later Guinness is a global brand one of the most consumed beverages in the world The tale that unfolds during those two and a half centuries has power to thrill audiences today the generational drama business adventure industrial and social reforms deep felt faith and the noblebeer itselfFrothy delicious intoxicating and nutritiousNo I'm not talking about Guinness Stout I'm talking about Stephe. Summary A history of beer of the Guinness family and the history of Guinness from its beginnings and the faith that that motivated the social goods pursued by many of the family members who led the company and others in the family lineUnlike the author who came from a family of teetotalers I came from a family that enjoyed a good beer in moderation Most of the beers I grew up with were American beers and often my response to them was meh It wasn t until recent years that I discovered Guinness and concluded that this is what I ve always thought beer should taste likeSo my curiosity was piued when I came across this book in a second hand store I happen to love God and like Guinness and so I wanted to see how these two went together Along the way Stephen Mansfield took me on a delightful journey on the history of beer including the long line of saints who enjoyed a good brew including the Pilgrims Saints Patrick Bartholomew Brigid and Columbanus Charlemagne Martin Luther John Calvin and John Wesley He traces the origins of beer the science of brewing and the different types of beer A fascinating side note of this history is how beer provided a much temperate alternative to the gin palaces and other forms of hard liuor that spelled the ruin of manyMansfield traces the beginning of the Guinness brewery with Arthur Guinness s purchase in 1759 of a derelict brewery at St James Gate Dublin including his bold move to increase the size of pipes carrying water from the River Liffey to his brewery and defend it by force of arms Guinness had learned the art of brewing from his father brewing small amounts for an inn and starting a small brewing operation before taking over the derelict brewery in Dublin Influenced by George Whitfield he used profits from his growing brewery to fund the growing Sunday School movementFrom these promising beginnings Mansfield traces the growth of the Guinness brewery through the generations and the good family leadership it enjoyed in each generation There was the key decision to focus on stout and improvements in the scientific brewing of that stout the transport and storage of the product that provided consistent high uality wherever it was served in the world and in the twentieth century the advertising campaigns that made the brand ever popular Among those working on these campaigns was Dorothy L SayersMost striking in this narrative is the care the company showed toward its workers providing medical care for employees families and even widows housing and superior wages as well as a couple free pints a day of stout During wars they guaranteed the jobs of servicemen and paid families half salaries while their men were in service In many respects including employee education programs their policies exceeded today s most progressive companiesThe other intriguing aspect of this book is that while many of the leaders of the brewery were Christians who employed their wealth and position not only to benefit their workers but wider Dublin society there was also a branch of the family the Grattan Guinnesses marked for their pursuit of ministry and world missions activity Mansfield gives us a thumbnail biography of Henry Grattan Guinness an evangelist who was easily the eual of D L Moody Mansfield notes that the definitive biography of this man remains to be writtenIn recent years the company diversified and passed from Guinness family leadership and experienced some scandals Mansfield doesn t focus much attention on this and handles lightly any problems in the history of the family He does imply that the long focus on brewing stout was a strength of the company that was lost as they diversified The emphasis throughout is on the growth of the company and the positive contributions made by this family and the influence their faith played in the good works accomplished through their wealth and influence So I would treat this account as entertaining and informative but not definitive historyThe book concludes with an epilogue that summarizes the Guinness Way in five principles1 Discern the ways of God for life and business2 Think in terms of generations yet to come3 Whatever else you do do at least one thing very well4 Master the facts before you act5 Invest in those you would have invest in youThis suggests another value of this book as an example of a business that does well by doing good along several key dimensions from its spiritual compass to thinking beyond the next uarter to having a laser focus uality strategic planning and respecting the dignity of workers investors and customers While technologies and markets change it might well be argued that these basics do not but may be crucial than ever Picture Theory Essays on Verbal and Visual Representation social reforms deep felt faith and the noblebeer itselfFrothy delicious intoxicating and nutritiousNo I'm not talking about Guinness Stout I'm talking about Stephe. 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READ Ð The Search for God and Guinness Stephen Mansfield À 1 READ DOWNLOAD ´ MIZUNOWAVERIDER.US À Stephen Mansfield N Mansfield's fabulous new bookThe amazing and true story of how the Guinness family used its wealth and influence to touch millions is an absolute inspiration Eric Metaxas New York Times best selling authorIt's a rare brew that takes faith philanthropy and the frothy head of freshly poured Guinness and combines them into such an inspiriting narrative Cheers to brewmaster Stephen Mansfield And cheers to you the reader You're in for a treat R Emmett Tyrrell Jr Founder and editor in chief of The American Spectator. I needed a light and interesting read and this fit the bill The story of beer and one family s influence that is far reaching because of the founding faith of Arthur Guinness They were mindful that they could make the working man s life better by paying living wages and offering affordable housing and classes to improve everyday living If only business of today could operate this way At the core the family held a belief that work was good and sacred Service to God and man was not limited to the church although many from the family did pursue ministry including one of my favorite authors and apologists of the Christian faith Os Guinness who is the great great great grandson of Arthur Guinness Talk about generational blessingCheers Let s have a beerThe company did not drain a man and expect the church or the state to rebuilt him again They invested They paid high wages offered every type of education provided medicine sports entertainment and even a place to think and assured every kind of financial safety net for those who served them well They also built houses sent sons to college and lifted whole families to new economic heights They did this because it was the right thing to do p260 La figlia del podestà story of how the Guinness family used its wealth and influence to touch millions is an absolute inspiration Eric Metaxas New York Times best Persuasion The Litigator's Art selling authorIt's a rare brew that takes faith philanthropy and the frothy head of freshly poured Guinness and combines them into L'aventure ambiguë such an inspiriting narrative Cheers to brewmaster Stephen Mansfield And cheers to you the reader You're in for a treat R Emmett Tyrrell Jr Founder and editor in chief of The American Spectator. I needed a light and interesting read and this fit the bill The The Mangle of Practice Time Agency and Science story of beer and one family Love and Friendship s influence that is far reaching because of the founding faith of Arthur Guinness They were mindful that they could make the working man the History of Modern Japan s life better by paying living wages and offering affordable housing and classes to improve everyday living If only business of today could operate this way At the core the family held a belief that work was good and Laltipiano delle meraviglie sacred Service to God and man was not limited to the church although many from the family did pursue ministry including one of my favorite authors and apologists of the Christian faith Os Guinness who is the great great great grandson of Arthur Guinness Talk about generational blessingCheers Let Alan Ford Tutto per uno uno per tutti s have a beerThe company did not drain a man and expect the church or the Red Poppies A Novel of Tibet state to rebuilt him again They invested They paid high wages offered every type of education provided medicine Madame Bovary sports entertainment and even a place to think and assured every kind of financial Boom Chicka Boom safety net for those who Un Perrito Problematico served them well They also built houses 7 Intimate Secrets sent Happy Days Are Here Again The 1932 Democratic Convention the Emergence of FDR and How America Was Changed Forever sons to college and lifted whole families to new economic heights They did this because it was the right thing to do p260

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  • Hardcover
  • 273
  • The Search for God and Guinness
  • Stephen Mansfield
  • English
  • 09 September 2018
  • 9781595552693