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Wanda E. Brunstetter's Amish Friends Farmhouse Favorites Cookbook - A Collection of Over 200 Recipes for Simple and Hearty... Wanda E. Brunstetter's Amish Friends Farmhouse Favorites Cookbook - A Collection of Over 200 Recipes for Simple and Hearty Meals, Including Advice and Stories (Spiral bound)
Wanda E. Brunstetter
R424 R367 Discovery Miles 3 670 Save R57 (13%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Beauty, Truth, Life, and Love - Four Essentials for the Abundant Life (Paperback): J. Brent Bill Beauty, Truth, Life, and Love - Four Essentials for the Abundant Life (Paperback)
J. Brent Bill
R354 R290 Discovery Miles 2 900 Save R64 (18%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
The Complete Writings of H. A. Maxwell Whyte (Hardcover): H. A. Maxwell Whyte The Complete Writings of H. A. Maxwell Whyte (Hardcover)
H. A. Maxwell Whyte
R590 R476 Discovery Miles 4 760 Save R114 (19%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days
Receiving God's Promises - Inheriting Our Earthly and Heavenly Blessings in Christ (Journal) (Paperback, Journal ed.):... Receiving God's Promises - Inheriting Our Earthly and Heavenly Blessings in Christ (Journal) (Paperback, Journal ed.)
Derek Prince
R358 R301 Discovery Miles 3 010 Save R57 (16%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Desmond Tutu (Paperback): Adrian Hadland Desmond Tutu (Paperback)
Adrian Hadland
R142 R120 Discovery Miles 1 200 Save R22 (15%) Ships in 5 - 10 working days

Desmond Tutu is one of the most respected and influential leaders in South Africa and the world. From his modest beginnings in dusty townships, during the time spent as a teacher and his early days in the priesthood, to the days when he led the Anglican church in South Africa, he has consistently fought for his goal of a democratic alliance. This book tells the story of how, throughout his life, Tutu, recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize in 1984, has called for peace, love and brotherhood of all people. He has lived according to the principles of ubuntu: "that gift Africans have for the world, which says that a person can be a person only through other persons".

His story shows his warmth, his intelligence, his energy and his sense of humour and, above all, how he stuck to what he believed against all odds. Tutu will always be remembered as one of the great champions of humanity. Written in an entertaining style, this book draws on extensive research and interviews with Tutu himself to capture the essence of the man. They Fought for Freedom tells the life stories of southern African leaders who struggled for freedom and justice. In spite of the important roles they played in the history of southern Africa, most of these leaders have been largely ignored by the history books. The series tells their stories in an entertaining manner, in clear language and aims to restore them to their rightful place in history.

Daily Invitation to Friendship with God, A (Hardcover): Bill Johnson Daily Invitation to Friendship with God, A (Hardcover)
Bill Johnson
R295 R243 Discovery Miles 2 430 Save R52 (18%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Your Daily Access to Heaven’s Wisdom, Creativity, Purpose, and Power

When people are in love they dream together. The same is true for your relationship with God. He wants to share the secrets of His heart—His thoughts, plans and purposes—with you. The Maker of Heaven and Earth wants to dream with you!

Pastor Bill Johnson shares transformational quotes and profound thoughts that will fuel your day with a greater sense of purpose,vision, and destiny. Take five minutes each day to create a sacred space for you to dream with God, and receive encouragement on how you can bring the love, power, and creativity of Heaven to Earth

Father, Friend, and Judge (Paperback): Robert Henderson Father, Friend, and Judge (Paperback)
Robert Henderson
R360 R297 Discovery Miles 2 970 Save R63 (18%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Discover Prayer as a Supernatural Portal to Spiritual Dimensions!

Many believers’ prayers go unanswered because they never fully enter the spiritual realms that their prayers open up!

Apostolic leader and author, Robert Henderson, is world-renowned for his bestselling series on The Courts of Heaven. In this new work on prayer, Robert provides Biblical strategies for every believer to unleash the full power of their prayers, and see them answered!

God gave us prayer as more than a religious ritual. In fact, prayer is a supernatural portal through which we encounter God in multiple spiritual dimensions!

In the Gospels, Jesus presented three different dimensions of prayer. Each one is connected to a specific identity of God:

  • Father: We encounter God the Father in the Secret Place and Throne of Grace.
  • Friend: We take our place as Friends of God when we operate as intercessors.
  • Judge: We come before the Judge when we are dealing with an adversary who resists our breakthrough.
When Christians learn how to operate in each of these spiritual dimensions, they can align their prayers with God’s will, and release His power for miraculous results!
The Rise of the Micaiah Prophet - A Call to Purity in Prophetic Ministry (Paperback): Joshua Giles The Rise of the Micaiah Prophet - A Call to Purity in Prophetic Ministry (Paperback)
Joshua Giles
R327 R272 Discovery Miles 2 720 Save R55 (17%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Antologia de Martin Lutero - Legado Y Transcendencia. Una Vision Antologica. (Spanish, Paperback): Leopoldo Cervantes-Ortiz Antologia de Martin Lutero - Legado Y Transcendencia. Una Vision Antologica. (Spanish, Paperback)
Leopoldo Cervantes-Ortiz
R694 R637 Discovery Miles 6 370 Save R57 (8%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Love Boldly - Embracing Your Lgbtq Loved Ones and Your Faith (Paperback): Becky Mackintosh Love Boldly - Embracing Your Lgbtq Loved Ones and Your Faith (Paperback)
Becky Mackintosh
R350 R286 Discovery Miles 2 860 Save R64 (18%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
People of the Great Faith - Highland Church 1690-1900 (Paperback, illustrated edition): Douglas Ansdell People of the Great Faith - Highland Church 1690-1900 (Paperback, illustrated edition)
Douglas Ansdell
R425 R244 Discovery Miles 2 440 Save R181 (43%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Douglas Ansdell traces the history of the Highland church from 1690 to 1900. A general treatise, it fills a long existing gap in Scottish historical literature.

Mornings And Evenings In His Presence (Hardcover): Bill Johnson Mornings And Evenings In His Presence (Hardcover)
Bill Johnson
R627 R518 Discovery Miles 5 180 Save R109 (17%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

365 Mornings and Evenings Encountering the Powerful Presence of God!

In our busy lives, it can be easy to forget to listen for God’s ever-present whisper. But if you choose to turn towards Him, a life-changing encounter is only a moment away.

Pastors Bill and Beni Johnson, bestselling authors and senior leaders of the Bethel movement, deliver 365 inspiring morning and evening devotionals for every day of the year that will help you enjoy a more intimate walk with the Holy Spirit and a more victorious life empowered by the presence of God.

You will learn how to: bring Heaven to earth, live a miraculous lifestyle, host the Holy Spirit’s presence, dream with God, experience the supernatural power of communion, renew your mind, strengthen yourself in the Lord, walk in divine health, discover the joy of intercession, and much more!

In your mornings and evenings, choose to spend a moment with the Lord. One encounter in His presence can set the course of your day and change your world!

New Perspectives in Mormon Studies - Creating and Crossing Boundaries (Paperback): Quincy D. Newell, Eric F. Mason New Perspectives in Mormon Studies - Creating and Crossing Boundaries (Paperback)
Quincy D. Newell, Eric F. Mason; Foreword by Jan Shipps
R669 Discovery Miles 6 690 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Scholarship in Mormon studies has often focused on a few key events and individuals in Mormon history. The essays collected by Quincy D. Newell and Eric F. Mason in this interdisciplinary volume expand the conversation.

One of the main purposes of this volume is to define and cross boundaries. Part 1 addresses internal boundaries--walls that divide some Mormons from others. One chapter examines Joseph Smith's writings on economic matters and argues that he sought to make social distinctions irrelevant. Another considers Jane James, an African American Latter-day Saint, and her experiences at the intersection of religious and racial identity

In part 2, contributors consider Mormonism's influence on Pentecostal leader John Alexander Dowie and relationships between Mormonism and other religious movements, including Methodism and Presbyterianism. Other chapters compare Mormonism and Islam and examine the group Ex-Mormons for Jesus/Saints Alive in Jesus.

Part 3 deals with Mormonism in the academy and the ongoing evolution of Mormon studies. Written by contributors from a variety of backgrounds, these essays will spark scholarly dialogue across the disciplines.

Kingdom of Nauvoo - The Rise and Fall of a Religious Empire on the American Frontier (Hardcover): Benjamin E. Park Kingdom of Nauvoo - The Rise and Fall of a Religious Empire on the American Frontier (Hardcover)
Benjamin E. Park
R654 R535 Discovery Miles 5 350 Save R119 (18%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Compared to the Puritans, Mormons have rarely gotten their due, treated as fringe cultists at best or marginalized as polygamists unworthy of serious examination at worst. In Kingdom of Nauvoo, the historian Benjamin E. Park excavates the brief life of a lost Mormon city, and in the process demonstrates that the Mormons are, in fact, essential to understanding American history writ large. Drawing on newly available sources from the LDS Church-sources that had been kept unseen in Church archives for 150 years-Park recreates one of the most dramatic episodes of the 19th century frontier. Founded in Western Illinois in 1839 by the Mormon prophet Joseph Smith and his followers, Nauvoo initially served as a haven from mob attacks the Mormons had endured in neighboring Missouri, where, in one incident, seventeen men, women, and children were massacred, and where the governor declared that all Mormons should be exterminated. In the relative safety of Nauvoo, situated on a hill and protected on three sides by the Mississippi River, the industrious Mormons quickly built a religious empire; at its peak, the city surpassed Chicago in population, with more than 12,000 inhabitants. The Mormons founded their own army, with Smith as its general; established their own courts; and went so far as to write their own constitution, in which they declared that there could be no separation of church and state, and that the world was to be ruled by Mormon priests. This experiment in religious utopia, however, began to unravel when gentiles in the countryside around Nauvoo heard rumors of a new Mormon marital practice. More than any previous work, Kingdom of Nauvoo pieces together the haphazard and surprising emergence of Mormon polygamy, and reveals that most Mormons were not participants themselves, though they too heard the rumors, which said that Joseph Smith and other married Church officials had been "sealed" to multiple women. Evidence of polygamy soon became undeniable, and non-Mormons reacted with horror, as did many Mormons-including Joseph Smith's first wife, Emma Smith, a strong-willed woman who resisted the strictures of her deeply patriarchal community and attempted to save her Church, and family, even when it meant opposing her husband and prophet. A raucous, violent, character-driven story, Kingdom of Nauvoo raises many of the central questions of American history, and even serves as a parable for the American present. How far does religious freedom extend? Can religious and other minority groups survive in a democracy where the majority dictates the law of the land? The Mormons of Nauvoo, who initially believed in the promise of American democracy, would become its strongest critics. Throughout his absorbing chronicle, Park shows the many ways in which the Mormons were representative of their era, and in doing so elevates nineteenth century Mormon history into the American mainstream.

Arts & the Cultural Heritage of Martin Luther (Paperback): Eyolf Ostrem, Jens Flescher, Nils Holger Petersen Arts & the Cultural Heritage of Martin Luther (Paperback)
Eyolf Ostrem, Jens Flescher, Nils Holger Petersen
R573 R501 Discovery Miles 5 010 Save R72 (13%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Lutheran theology and religious practice re-shaped traditions from the ritual heritage of the Medieval Latin Church. Throughout the cultural history of European Lutheran areas, what came to be seen as 'the arts' may be discussed in the light of (changing) Lutheran traditions: the cultural heritage of Martin Luther. This volume presents a collection of nine essays on Lutheran traditions and the arts within the 500 years since the Reformation, as a special issue of the journal 'Transfiguration' in connection with the Tenth International Congress for Luther Research hosted at the Department of Church History, University of Copenhagen.

Slaying the Giant of Fear - And Releasing the Roar of Breakthrough (Paperback): Krissy Nelson Slaying the Giant of Fear - And Releasing the Roar of Breakthrough (Paperback)
Krissy Nelson; Foreword by Barbara Yoder
R313 R260 Discovery Miles 2 600 Save R53 (17%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Fear is a giant that shouts at us from the battle lines of our lives--a giant adorned in seemingly impenetrable armor. But God has given us supernatural weapons that even fear cannot outrun. Sharing stories from her own life and others', author and speaker Krissy Nelson uncovers a powerful truth: As children of God we are made to live fearlessly. Concealed within the familiar story of David and Goliath are three supernatural weapons David used to slay the giant of fear. These weapons are hidden in plain sight for us to discover--and also to learn to use, because what God gave David, he also gives us. Nelson dives into Scripture and explores how to position yourself to see fear for what it is: a giant that dares defy the army of the living God. It is time to run boldly toward freedom. You are equipped for battle, and you are not alone--God will fight for you!

Cathars in Question (Hardcover): Antonio Sennis Cathars in Question (Hardcover)
Antonio Sennis
R1,468 Discovery Miles 14 680 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Cathars have long been regarded as posing the most organised challenge to orthodox Catholicism in the medieval West, even as a "counter-Church" to orthodoxy in southern France and northern Italy. Their beliefs, understood to be inspired by Balkan dualism, are often seen as the most radical among medieval heresies. However, recent work has fiercely challenged this paradigm, arguing instead that "Catharism" is a construct, mis-named and mis-represented by generations of scholars, and its supposedly radical views were a fantastical projection of the fears of orthodox commentators. This volume brings together a wide range of views from some of the most distinguished international scholars in the field, in order to address the debate directly while also opening up new areas for research. Focussing on dualism and anti-materialist beliefs in southern France, Italy and the Balkans, it considers a number of crucial issues. These include: what constitutes popular belief; how (and to what extent) societies of the past were based on the persecution of dissidents; and whether heresy can be seen as an invention of orthodoxy. At the same time, the essays shed new light on some key aspects of the political, cultural, religious and economic relationships between the Balkans and more western regions of Europe in the Middle Ages. Antonio Sennis is Senior Lecturer in Medieval History at University College London Contributors: John H. Arnold, Peter Biller, Caterina Bruschi, David d'Avray, Joerg Feuchter, Bernard Hamilton, R.I. Moore, Mark Gregory Pegg, Rebecca Rist, Lucy J. Sackville, Antonio Sennis, Claire Taylor, Julien Thery-Astruc, Yuri Stoyanov

The Crisis of British Protestantism - Church Power in the Puritan Revolution, 1638-44 (Paperback): Hunter Powell The Crisis of British Protestantism - Church Power in the Puritan Revolution, 1638-44 (Paperback)
Hunter Powell
R634 Discovery Miles 6 340 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

This book seeks to bring coherence to two of the most studied periods in British history, Caroline non-conformity (pre-1640) and the British revolution (post-1642). It does so by focusing on the pivotal years of 1638-44 where debates around non-conformity within the Church of England morphed into a revolution between Parliament and its king. Parliament, saddled with the responsibility of re-defining England's church, called its Westminster assembly of divines to debate and define the content and boundaries of that new church. Typically this period has been studied as either an ecclesiastical power struggle between Presbyterians and independents, or as the harbinger of modern religious toleration. This book challenges those assumptions and provides an entirely new framework for understanding one of the most important moments in British history. -- .

Menno Moto - A Journey Across the Americas in Search of My Mennonite Identity (Paperback): Cameron Dueck Menno Moto - A Journey Across the Americas in Search of My Mennonite Identity (Paperback)
Cameron Dueck
R350 R326 Discovery Miles 3 260 Save R24 (7%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

On a motorcycle trip from Manitoba to southern Chile, Cameron Dueck seeks out isolated enclaves of Mennonites-and himself. "An engrossing account of an unusual adventure, beautifully written and full of much insight about the nature of identity in our ever-changing world, but also the constants that hold us together."-Adam Shoalts, national best-seller author of Beyond the Trees: A Journey Alone Across Canada's Arctic and A History of Canada in 10 Maps Across Latin America, from the plains of Mexico to the jungles of Paraguay, live a cloistered Germanic people. For nearly a century, they have kept their doors and their minds closed, separating their communities from a secular world they view as sinful. The story of their search for religious and social independence began generations ago in Europe and led them, in the late 1800s, to Canada, where they enjoyed the freedoms they sought under the protection of a nascent government. Yet in the 1920s, when the country many still consider their motherland began to take shape as a nation and their separatism came under scrutiny, groups of Mennonites left for the promises of Latin America: unbroken land and new guarantees of freedom to create autonomous, ethnically pure colonies. There they live as if time stands still-an isolation with dark consequences. In this memoir of an eight-month, 45,000 kilometre motorcycle journey across the Americas, Mennonite writer Cameron Dueck searches for common ground within his cultural diaspora. From skirmishes with secular neighbours over water rights in Mexico, to a mass-rape scandal in Bolivia, to the Green Hell of Paraguay and the wheat fields of Argentina, Dueck follows his ancestors south, finding reasons to both love and loathe his culture-and, in the process, finding himself.

Re-membering God - Human Hope and Divine Desire (Paperback): Tobias Stanislas Haller Re-membering God - Human Hope and Divine Desire (Paperback)
Tobias Stanislas Haller
R405 R383 Discovery Miles 3 830 Save R22 (5%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

* Reflections on tradition and change for the twenty-first-century church * Something for both newcomers and those familiar with liturgy and spirituality Like the scribe and master of the household cited by Jesus in Matthew 13, Re-membering God "brings out of treasure what is new and what is old," and empowers us to go and do likewise. As both critique and encouragement for the church in the early part of the twenty-first century, it seeks to reclaim the foundational riches of the church's liturgy and spirituality in the face of cul-tural change. These resources, some lost or neglected and others under-utilized, can help rebuild the church, raising up what has been cast down and renewing what has grown old. This series of reflections explore with discernment what is "fashionable," and acknowledge the deepest and most endur-ing human needs and hopes, which only God can answer. Re-membering God puts liturgical and spiritual practice into terms easily understood by both newcomers and seasoned devotees, for the benefit of this and future generations. Understanding the value of the past and with an eye to the future, this book will inform our next conversations about evangelism and church growth.

Where the People Go - Community, Generosity, and the Story of Everence (Paperback): John D Roth Where the People Go - Community, Generosity, and the Story of Everence (Paperback)
John D Roth
R442 R369 Discovery Miles 3 690 Save R73 (17%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
German Pietism and the Problem of Conversion (Hardcover): Jonathan Strom German Pietism and the Problem of Conversion (Hardcover)
Jonathan Strom
R1,814 R1,604 Discovery Miles 16 040 Save R210 (12%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

August Hermann Francke described his conversion to Pietism in gripping terms that included intense spiritual struggle, weeping, falling to his knees, and a decisive moment in which his doubt suddenly disappeared and he was "overwhelmed as with a stream of joy." His account came to exemplify Pietist conversion in the historical imagination around Pietism and religious awakening. Jonathan Strom's new interpretation challenges the paradigmatic nature of Francke's narrative and seeks to uncover the more varied, complex, and problematic character that conversion experiences posed for Pietists in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. Grounded in archival research, German Pietism and the Problem of Conversion traces the way that accounts of conversion developed and were disseminated among Pietists. Strom examines members' relationship to the pious stories of the "last hours," the growth of conversion narratives in popular Pietist periodicals, controversies over the Busskampf model of conversion, the Dargun revival movement, and the popular, if gruesome, genre of execution conversion narratives. Interrogating a wide variety of sources and examining nuance in the language used to define conversion throughout history, Strom explains how these experiences were received and why many Pietists had an uneasy relationship to conversions and the practice of narrating them. A learned, insightful work by one of the world's leading scholars of Pietism, this volume sheds new light on Pietist conversion and the development of piety and modern evangelical narratives of religious experience.

The Rise of Pentecostalism in Modern El Salvador - From the Blood of the Martyrs to the Baptism of the Spirit (Hardcover):... The Rise of Pentecostalism in Modern El Salvador - From the Blood of the Martyrs to the Baptism of the Spirit (Hardcover)
Timothy H Wadkins
R1,229 R1,003 Discovery Miles 10 030 Save R226 (18%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

El Salvador has experienced a dramatic religious transformation over the past half-century.In what was once an almost exclusively Catholic nation, more than 35 percent of the people are now evangelical Protestants, mostly identified as charismatic or Pentecostal. While having some roots in Protestant missions from North America and Europe, the religious renaissance overtaking El Salvador is both homegrown and closely related to the nation's social, cultural, and economic upheavals. Since the end of the Salvadoran Civil War, the traditional social orderawhich was established in colonial times, ruled by elites, enforced by the military, and supported by the Churchahas been overturned. Once a world of haciendas, plantations, and old merchant firms, El Salvador is now home to new factories, shopping malls, fast food restaurants, and call centers. Modernization has brought new ideas tooaabout asserting individual rights and making choices, forming communities, voting in elections, consuming material goods, employing technology, and engaging with global culture. The Rise of Pentecostalism in Modern El Salvador explores how this vast social transformation has opened the gates to runaway religious creativity and competition. In weaving together the lively and complex story, author Timothy Wadkins employs the scholarly tools of historical reconstruction, theological analysis, and ethnographic interviews, as well as the results of a pioneering national religious survey. The outcome is a comprehensive and detailed picture of El Salvador's religious renaissance against the backdrop of El Salvador's fitful path toward modernization and democratization.

The Meaning of Protestant Theology - Luther, Augustine, and the Gospel That Gives Us Christ (Paperback): Phillip Cary The Meaning of Protestant Theology - Luther, Augustine, and the Gospel That Gives Us Christ (Paperback)
Phillip Cary
R603 R485 Discovery Miles 4 850 Save R118 (20%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

This book offers a creative and illuminating discussion of Protestant theology. Veteran teacher Phillip Cary explains how Luther's theology arose from the Christian tradition, particularly from the spirituality of Augustine. Luther departed from the Augustinian tradition and inaugurated distinctively Protestant theology when he identified the gospel that gives us Christ as its key concept. More than any other theologian, Luther succeeds in carrying out the Protestant intention of putting faith in the gospel of Christ alone. Cary also explores the consequences of Luther's teachings as they unfold in the history of Protestantism.

Ye Shall Dream - Patriarch Granville Williams and the Barbados Spiritual Baptists (Paperback): Ezra E.H. Griffith Ye Shall Dream - Patriarch Granville Williams and the Barbados Spiritual Baptists (Paperback)
Ezra E.H. Griffith
R634 R510 Discovery Miles 5 100 Save R124 (20%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

The Spiritual Baptist Church, thought to be present in the English-speaking Caribbean from about the late nineteenth century, has long been a fairly potent force in the daily life of the islanders, although its effect has varied depending on the island concerned. Certainly, in Trinidad and St Vincent, the movement has had considerable visibility over the years; and in those countries, its evolution and development have seen the movement take a prestigious place as a respected religious institute in the last two or three decades. However, the movement only extended to Barbados in 1957 when a Spiritual Baptist preacher, a Barbadian by birth, returned to his native island from Trinidad, where he had been living for several years. The Reverend Granville Williams established the first Spiritual Baptist Church in Barbados and has continued to oversee the church's development since its inception. The Barbados Spiritual Baptist Church is an important example of a new religious movement that was introduced into the island fifty years ago and has undergone transformation from a disparaged religious cult into a settled and accepted denomination. Appearing at a time when the island was a British colony, the founder appealed to the masses, who were suffering from material deprivation, economic hardship and a pervasive sense of hopelessness about their future. He set out new possibilities for the black underclass and evoked the idea that Jesus was black and that blacks had a rightful place in the kingdom of Heaven. Ye Shall Dream is an insightful, richly illustrated biography of both the church and its founder, in the context of a Caribbean island country coming to terms with its post-colonial identity.

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