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Husbands and dads play a crucial role in the health and survival of the family. That’s why leadership expert Tim Witmer has written this book—to strengthen our efforts to lead well. He applies a biblical framework to the role of leadership in the home, showing how effective shepherding involves “knowing, leading, protecting, and providing for your family”; all the while communicating solid principles with a down-to-earth, relatable tone.
Find in this book the wise counsel and practical direction that is sure to make a difference in your family today.
In this grab bag we have 3 fiction e-books from HarperCollins Christian Publishing. The prices and sale dates that the publisher has provided are under each ebook cover.
“THIS IS NOT THE TIME TO CRINGE!”
On October 31, 1517 Martin Luther nailed the ninety-five theses to the castle door in Wittenberg. One act of courage sparked a theological firestorm in Germany that set the world ablaze in a matter of days. Spreading like wildfire, thousands were introduced to the gospel which is received by grace alone, through faith alone, in Christ alone.
“Bold Reformer: Celebrating the Gospel-Centered Convictions of Martin Luther” takes readers on a journey through a remarkable period of church history. It will challenge contemporary readers to learn the lessons of courage, and perseverance. It will inspire a new generation of people to follow Jesus, obey Jesus, and worship the Savior with all their heart, soul, mind, and strength. It invites a new generation of Christ-followers to recover the gospel in their generation and make their stand as a bold reformer.
In this grab bag we have 11 fiction e-books from Harvest House. The prices and sale dates that the publisher has provided are under each ebook cover.
Charles Colson has been called, “one of the most important social reformers in a generation.” Ten years ago in The Body, Colson turned his prophetic attention to the church and how it might break out of its cultural captivity and reassert its biblical identity.
Today the book’s classic truths have not changed. But the world we live in has. Christians in America have had their complacency shattered and their beliefs challenged. Around the world, the clash of world views has never been more strident. Before all of us, daily, are the realities of life and death, terror and hope, light and darkness, brokenness and healing. We cannot withdraw to the comfort of our sanctuaries…we must engage. For, if ever there was a time for Christians to be the Body of Christ in the world, it is now.
In this new, revised and expanded edition of The Body, Charles Colson revisits the question, “What is the church and what is its relevance to contemporary culture at large?” Provocative and insightful, Being the Body inspires us to rise above a stunted “Jesus and me” faith to a nobler view of something bigger and grander than ourselves–the glorious, holy vision for which God created the church.
Hardcover ISBN 0849917522
What exactly is it that Christians believe? Whether you are a Christian looking for a refresher course on the essentials, or an interested enquirer, this book is for you.
Clearly and crisply explaining the core beliefs of the Christian faith, and interacting with the kinds of questions on our minds, many areas of confusion are clarified, and many questions answered by this wonderfully helpful book.
God uses people to embody His power to change the world in miraculous ways. Wanda Lee, national WMU executive director and hands-on missionary, leading the world’s largest organization of laypeople engaged in missions, gives an intimate, detailed narrative about the radical individuals and groups having an impact for Christ in places of hopelessness and exploitation. As executive director and former field missionary and nurse, Lee hammers out a biblical response to human suffering. Reporting on the present passion of Christian leaders and laypersons, and recording past victories, this book will ignite continuing commitment to missions to the least. Using Acts 4:12–20 as the foundation, Lee bears authentic witness to what she and others have seen and heard of God’s redemptive power: • Radical overcoming through Jesus Christ—across audience and culture; • Liberating victory in the battle against human exploitation; • Redemptive witnesses fanning the flame of passion for the Great Commission throughout generations.