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Eleven true stories of students coming to know Jesus
Umesh – who had to reject all his family’s traditions to follow the truth.
Craig – who held onto God’s love despite being paralysed playing rugby.
Kate – who had to grapple with the biblical view of sexuality on a very personal level.
Their true stories and those of their contemporaries are told in this frank and readable book.
Showing the profound impact that Jesus has on individuals, Jonathan Carswell recounts a wide range of testimonies. Uncovered details a variety of different obstacles to Christianity and how each individual overcame them with God’s help.
An inspiring read these testimonies are honest, inspiring and exciting – excellent for those exploring Christianity.
According to researcher George Barna, most born-again Christians live indistinctly from non-believers because they do not think any differently–which is a result of not understanding the basic truths of the Christian faith. In this book, Barna identifies seven core questions that Christians must be able to answer biblically in order to live a transformed life.
“If your spiritual life has been a roller-coaster ride of highs and lows, this book holds the answer!”
– Evelyn Christenson
In this inspiring book, bestselling author Bill Bright shows you how to discover a new dimension of joy in your Christian walk. The secret? Learning to draw upon the purpose, power and guidance of the Holy Spirit.
A radical disciple – sounds kind of cool in a spiritual sort of way. But what exactly is one?
A student who proudly parades around campus with their CU hoodie with a big Bible verse on the back? Or a rugby player who has a cross marked on his wrist strapping? Maybe it’s just the person who gets up before everyone else to read their Bible and pray?
Whatever it means to be radical, Hudson Taylor was it. A chemist’s son from Yorkshire who became a student in London, unremarkable in looks and not very elegant in speech. Yet this passionate disciple of Christ was determined to take the gospel to China’s unpioneered inland provinces, and he grew into one of the most significant missionaries of all time.
Best selling author, Roger Steer has drawn together a collection of real-life instances from Taylor’s remarkable life, each one teaching, by example, the true meaning of radical discipleship. As you will see to remain a radical disciple in tough situations tests everything we believe.
Be careful though, take this book seriously and you too may become radical.
It’s never too late to be a better father
Jim Daly, president and CEO of Focus on the Family, is an expert in fatherhood—in part because his own “fathers” failed him so badly. His biological dad was an alcoholic. His stepfather deserted him. His foster father accused Jim of trying to kill him. All were out of Jim’s life by the time he turned 13.
Isn’t it odd—and reminiscent of the hand of God—that the director of the leading organization on family turned out to be a guy whose own background as a kid and son were pretty messed up? Or could it be that successful parenting is discovered not in the perfect, peaceful household but in the midst of battles and messy situations, where God must constantly be called to the scene? (more…)
In this grab bag, we have 7 eBooks from the Lost Chronicles Series which were written by Gilbert Morris and published by Moody.
In the mid-nineteenth century, Dundee was gradually establishing itself as Scotland’s third-largest city, with a rapidly expanding economy. What most attracted observers’ attention, however, was the religious revival that began in the fall of 1839 under the leadership of two relatively young and inexperienced ministers, Robert Murray McCheyne (1813–1843) and William Chalmers Burns (1815–1868). In McCheyne’s Dundee, historian Bruce McLennan ably traces the story of revival in this industrial Scottish seaport. After looking at the social and economic conditions of the city, as well as the significant religious issues of the day, he then considers McCheyne and Burns—their backgrounds, their brief ministries in Dundee, and their impact as God’s instruments of great spiritual blessing to the people of that city. McLennan concludes with an analysis of the reactions to the revival—both approbation and opposition—and the awakening’s long-term effects, which could still be seen a generation later.