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With his signature engaging style and straightforward wisdom, Craig
Groeschel--New York Times bestselling author, pastor, and
counselor--delivers a powerful guide to breaking free of destructive
thought patterns and renewing our minds for a bright and purposeful
God has something better for your life than your old ways of thinking. It's time to change your mind so God can change your life.
Moments of Our Nights and Days is a companion book to Saying Goodbye, a resource book for funerals, also published by Wild Goose Publications. Ruth Burgess is the author of several other worship resource books for the various seasons and festivals, including Candles and Conifers, Hay and Stardust, Eggs and Ashes, Fire and Bread, Bare Feet and Buttercups and Acorns and Archangels.
Wanneer gebed iets is wat jy elke dag moet doen, ’n gesprek met die plafon of die vervelige herhaling van dieselfde woorde het die wonder van gebed vir jou verlore geraak.
In hierdie heruitgawe van Ferdinand Deist se klassieke topverkoper boek oor gebed gesels hy met mense wat wil bid, maar nie kán nie.
Hierdie is geen kitskursus in die kuns van gebed nie, maar 'n toeganklike sagte begeleiding vir elkeen om die geheim van gebed terug te vind.
Open Our Eyes is a welcome accompaniment to the Advent days of anticipating Christ's birth. Follow its invitation of prophetic prayers and vibrant artwork to watch and wait for the coming of the Holy One. Open your eyes and heart to the wideness of God, and God's gentle but persistent call for justice and mercy.
A-Z of Wellbeing is an accessible introduction to help you attend to your own wellbeing and live out your own alphabet of peace. It presents twenty-six words of wellness to help you discover new practices, connect with God, and share wellbeing with others. Each topic includes: * Connect the word to a biblical theme * Learn a new habit to practise * Get active sharing the habit with others * Take Notice of a personal story * Give back with questions and further resources By sharing the words that were helpful in her own journey of recovery from breakdown, Ruth Rice gently encourages us to find our own toolkit of words and habits that will help us maintain our own wellbeing. Content Benefits: Ruth Rice helps us to find a language that enables us to speak honestly and live healthily together around the area of mental and emotional health. * 26 words of wellbeing are unpacked with insights and practical application * Uses the five ways of wellbeing from the New Economics Foundation * Understands wellbeing within the framework of God's character, practical habits and community reality * Enables us to understand wellbeing as a life long journey rather than a quick fix * Encourages us to find our own alphabet of wellbeing that works for us * Enables us to speak, live and share wellbeing * Suitable for anyone who wants to attend to their wellbeing * Helpful for anyone who wants to understand and come alongside someone who is struggling with their wellbeing
Selections from her titles Just Enough Light for the Step I'm On, The
Power of a Praying® Wife, The Power of a Praying® Woman, and The Power
of a Praying® Parent create this bountiful gathering of reflections,
guidance, Scriptures, and prayers. More than 120 devotions cover topics
relevant to a woman's life, including:
This reader-friendly compilation is a perfect gift for women familiar with or ready to be introduced to the power of prayer as expressed through the writings and heart of Stormie Omartian.
'Lord Jesus Christ, Son of God, have mercy on me.' This ancient prayer has been known and loved by generations of Christians for hundreds of years. It is a way of entering into the river of prayer which flows from the heart of God: the prayer of God himself, as Jesus continually prays for his people and for the world he loves. Simon Barrington-Ward teaches us how to use the Jesus Prayer as a devotional practice, and opens up the Bible passages that are crucial to understanding it. 'Written out of long experience, Simon Barrington-Ward's book is one of the clearest, practical and most timely introductions available.' David Runcorn, author of Spirituality Workbook: A guide for explorers, pilgrims and seekers
In this unique, practical book - written for those who need hope now, and to be read by those remaining on earth after the Rapture - Jimmy Evans reveals the truth of the Bible about the end times.
With compassion and deep insight into the prophecies of Scripture, he explains the disappearance of millions of believers around the world and gives future readers a glimpse into the events of the Tribulation. From the rise of the Antichrist to the ultimate redemption provided by Jesus, this hopeful book is a must-read for anyone navigating the future.
Buy it for family members or friends. Leave it on your desk or coffee table. Put it in a place where a future reader can find it. The truths in this book will literally transform their lives. And it may be necessary sooner than you think.
Feeling like you've blown it? Reached the point of no return? That your life hasn't gone as planned? If so, you are not alone. We all know what it feels like to have life disappoint us and not work out as we'd hoped. We all know what it's like to long for something different, something better, and something more. Drawing on his own experiences and pivotal Bible stories, author Louie Giglio shows how God is all about comebacks. Samson had blown it repeatedly; nevertheless, he experiences tremendous triumph at the end of his life. The prodigal son, as Jesus describes him, returns home in disgrace only to be welcomed by his father with open arms-no questions asked. The list goes on: Joseph, Moses and Peter all experienced comebacks. Jesus himself performed the greatest comeback of all by rising from the dead. God is in the business of giving fresh starts to people. He gives hope to the hopeless. Direction to the directionless. Help to those who need help. God is always good, all the time, and His plans will always prevail, even when our plans don't. He already knows what the solutions are. No matter what kind of disappointment or grief or pain or trouble or heartache we encounter, God always offers a new beginning, a change of heart, and a powerful spiritual turnaround. God offers the way forward, and his pathways are always good. This six-session video study (DVD/digital video sold separately) proves God can use our mess and still make a masterpiece-and that our current circumstances will not get the final say in our lives. Sessions include: A Deeper Kind of Comeback Story Paradise in a Garbage Dump When Dreams Are Dashed Never Too Late Get Up Jesus Is Enough Designed for use with The Comeback Video Study (sold separately).
Declining church attendance. A growing feeling of betrayal. For Christians who have begun to feel set adrift and disillusioned by their churches, Where Goodness Still Grows grounds us in a new view of virtue deeply rooted in a return to Jesus Christ's life and ministry. The evangelical church in America has reached a crossroads. Social media and recent political events have exposed the fault lines that exist within our country and our spiritual communities. Millennials are leaving the church, citing hypocrisy, partisanship, and unkindness as reasons they can't stay. In this book Amy Peterson explores the corruption and blind spots of the evangelical church and the departure of so many from the faith - but she refuses to give up hope, believing that rescue is on the way. Where Goodness Still Grows: Dissects the moral code of American evangelicalism Reimagines virtue as a tool, not a weapon Explores the Biblical meaning of specific virtues like kindness, purity, and modesty Provides comfort, hope, and a path towards spiritual restoration Amy writes as someone intimately familiar with, fond of, and deeply critical of the world of conservative evangelicalism. She writes as a woman and a mother, as someone invested in the future of humanity, and as someone who just needs to know how to teach her kids what it means to be good. Amy finds that if we listen harder and farther, we will find the places where goodness still grows. Praise for Where Goodness Still Grows: "In this poignant, honest book, Amy Peterson confronts her disappointment with the evangelical leaders who handed her The Book of Virtues then happily ignored them for the sake of political power. But instead of just walking away, Peterson rewrites the script, giving us an alternative book of virtues needed in this moment. And it's no mistake that it ends with hope." - James K. A. Smith, author of You Are What You Love
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