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Nathan Foster was just a child when his father's classic
"Celebration of Discipline" brought the spiritual disciplines into
the popular evangelical consciousness. More than thirty years
later, Nathan made his own journey into the spiritual disciplines.
As he sought day by day to develop habits that would enable him to
live more like Jesus, he encountered problems both universal and
unique. In this engaging narrative, he draws insights from saints
of old to uncover fresh ways of living for the contemporary,
In this study, bestselling author and pastor Louie Giglio relates how
several years ago he experiencing one of his toughest seasons as a
leader. He was feeling attacked, and in a moment of weakness, he fired
off an angry text to a friend. It took him five minutes to compose the
message—paragraphs of woe about the one causing harm. The nine-word
text back from his friend simply said, "Don't give the enemy a seat at
A compilation of material from several writers with a strong emphasis on liturgies and resources for healing services. Includes a section on how to introduce healing services to those who may not be familiar with them and suggestions for starting group discussions about healing. The book is completed by a section of worship resources: prayers, responses, litanies, poems, meditations and blessings.
Celebrate Christmas with reflections and prayers for each day of Advent. This antidote to the commercialism of the festive season can be used for individual meditation or group worship. The authors are the former and current wardens of the Abbey on the Island of Iona.
Can you really trust in hope? Does hope sometimes feel like a risk that isn't worth taking? Bestselling author, journalist, and former atheist Lee Strobel proves that hope is real, the true Source of our hope, and why we can trust it. In The Case for Hope, Lee Strobel pairs his trademark investigative style with an uplifting message of the hope found in Jesus Christ. Strobel will walk you through why holding on to hope is so crucial, why we can trust in the hope of Jesus Christ, and how that hope can change our lives for the better. Strobel will take you on a journey to discover: how to find hope in a hopeless world the source of real hope the hope of a transformed life hope for today and beyond hope that transcends doubt the hope of heaven hope for every person With more than 14 million books sold, Lee Strobel has already helped millions delve deeper into their faith and examine more deeply the how and the why of what they believe. Whether as a gift of encouragement during a difficult season, a reminder of our true hope at Christmas or Easter, a baptism or new member gift at church, or as a self-purchase when you need a lift in your faith, The Case for Hope is sure to inspire and ignite hope in the hearts of all who pick up this book.
Can the ancient model of Celtic Christianity really have any relevance to our charismatic, evangelical churches? Celtic Christianity was always on the margins of society, so looking at how those Christians lived out their faith can bring real insight into how we model church today. From slowing down in a busy world, reconnecting with God through appreciating nature, caring for the planet, to finding God's presence through mindfulness and practising whole-life discipleship, there are treasures to be found that are surprisingly modern and relevant to the world we live in today. Discover how the Celtic tradition can revitalise and reconnect us in our daily walk with God. Content Benefits: Rediscovering some of the lessons from the Celtic tradition can revitalise and reconnect us in our daily walk with God and actually help us find meaningful ways to help us engage with others and show them Christ. Taps into the renewed wonder in nature created since lockdown. Helps articulate a Christian response to environmental issues and climate change. Uncovers a way to slow down, appreciate nature, and be more mindful and more present. Reconnects us to the beauty of nature and points to the Creator God. Provides practical guidance to introduce elements of Celtic Spirituality into church services. Written in an engaging, anecdotal style that is accessible to all. Introduces the reader to the beauty of Celtic poetry, prayers and writings. The second book in The Rediscovering the Heart of Faith, Life and Everything series. Ideal for anyone wanting to create a more reflective space into their charismatic services. Binding - Paperback Pages - 208 Publisher - Authentic Media
The beloved Bible teacher and daughter of Billy Graham shares a rich treasury of her personal prayers to guide you into deeper, more intimate daily conversations with God. Why is it that as soon as we bow our heads to pray, we start thinking of other things we need to do? How do we make time to pray in the middle of our busy lives? And how do we know what to say and how to say it? Like many of us, Anne Graham Lotz has struggled with prayer. Over the years, she discovered that writing out her prayers draws her into deeper, more intimate conversations with God. The Light of His Presence offers forty of these tender, honest prayers for real-life situations as an invitation to deepen your own prayer life through worship, confession, thanksgiving, and intercession. You'll be encouraged to lean more fully into God's promises through this power-packed devotional resource, which includes inspiring quotes from Christians throughout the ages and also has space to journal your own words to God. As Anne writes, 'My prayer for you . . . is that God will use my struggle with prayer to help you overcome yours.
'A brilliant introduction to prayer' Richard Rohr, Author of Everything Belongs One of America's most beloved spiritual leaders and the New York Times bestselling author of The Jesuit Guide to (Almost) Everything and Jesus: A Pilgrimage teaches anyone to converse with God in this comprehensive guide to prayer. 'What do we need to learn? That prayer changes us-and so changes the world we live in; that God is always there before us; that it's God's action that makes the difference. Practical, comprehensive, and above all God-centered, this book is a deeply valuable companion for growing in faith.' Rowan Williams, former Archbishop of Canterbury In The Jesuit Guide to (Almost) Everything, Father James Martin included a chapter on communicating with God. Now, he expands those thoughts in this profound and practical handbook. Learning to Pray explains what prayer is, what to expect from praying, how to do it, and how it can transform us when we make it a regular practice in our lives. A trusted guide walking beside us as we navigate our unique spiritual paths, Martin lays out the different styles and traditions of prayer throughout Christian history and invites us to experiment and discover which works best to feed our soul and build intimacy with our Creator. Father Martin makes clear there is not one secret formula for praying. But like any relationship, each person can discover the best style for building an intimate relationship with God, regardless of religion or denomination. Prayer, he teaches us, is open and accessible to anyone willing to open their heart.
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