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Saints. Most of us know them only from church names and grotesque figures in classic paintings and stained-glass windows.
But who were these people dubbed “saints”? What are the facts behind the legends, the real human beings with all the weaknesses common to mankind who somehow made their mark in history as holy men and women?
Saints and Non-Saints dig into the sense and nonsense in the lives and legends of fifteen famous saints, ranging from larger-than-life figures like Augustine to shadowy legends like Nicholas and Valentine.
Some were saints in the biblical sense—they knew Christ as their personal Savior—while others were merely religious by human standards. All, however, are fascinating personalities whose careers have profound lessons to teach us.
Of the roughly thirty-thousand words you will speak today, imagine if just a handful of them could save a life … … or heal a broken heart … or inspire a vision that would shape the course of history. Today is your opportunity to speak—or write—words of incalculable potential for good. With simple action points and colorful stories, this inspiring book will help you weed out sticks-and-stones negativism and unleash the surpassing, life-giving, destiny-shaping power of positive words. What does it take for your words to make a difference? Perhaps a simple thank-you letter. Maybe an encouraging email. Or a simple hello, a thoughtful phone call, a note written on the back of a family photograph … the possibilities are endless. Sticks and Stones show you the power and importance of your words, and how to use the right words to have a positive impact beyond anything you can imagine.
Publisher: Sequoyah Trails Press
Do you ever feel hopeless in a world filled with pain and injustice?
Discover how the final teachings of Jesus can give you hope and inspiration.
Are you disheartened by senseless suffering and violence? Are you a Christian searching for encouraging guidance? Pastor Daniel Sweet and author Andrew Gilmore understand your struggle. After helping thousands find encouragement through the gospel message, they’ve teamed up to help you weather this troubled world and rediscover your faith.
The Last Lessons of Christ: Living by Faith in an Age of Despair is a powerful guide to help you be a light in the darkness and renew your convictions. At a time when so many Christians seem to have resigned themselves to despair or apathy, it is useful to remember that Jesus taught something radically different.
On the road to Jerusalem for the last time before his crucifixion, Jesus used every precious second he had left to prepare his disciples for his absence. Whether by miracle, object lesson, or parable, Jesus focused on one thing: faith. In contrast to the watered-down version of faith we see in mass media throughout Western culture, Jesus taught that faith can move mountains.
Every day millions of people with high potential are frustrated and held back by incompetent leaders. New York Times bestselling leadership author John C. Maxwell knows this because the number one question he gets asked is about how to lead when the boss isn’t a good leader.
You don’t have to be trapped in your work situation. In this book, adapted from the million-selling The 360-Degree Leader, Maxwell unveils the keys to successfully navigating the challenges of working for a bad boss. Maxwell teaches how to position yourself for current and future success, take the high road with a poor leader, avoid common pitfalls, work well with teammates, and develop influence wherever you find yourself.
Practicing the principles taught in this book will result in endless opportunities—for your organization, your career, and your life. You can learn how to lead when your boss can’t (or won’t).
A moving memoir from a man who loves Jesus, inviting others into the greatest life possible.
Chuck Reinhold, a beloved minister, and longtime Young Life staff member offers a grand view of his life and the principles he’s learned through his fifty-plus years of ministry. This is an inspiring memoir from a man who started ministries that have helped countless men and women meet Christ and grow in their faith—from ministry leaders like Joni Eareckson Tada to missionaries in Ethiopia to pastors, youth leaders, doctors, teachers, moms, and dads. His influence on the Kingdom in the lives of adults and leaders cannot be overstated.
Starting in the early 2000s, Chuck has faced memory obstacles. A Life Worth Living speaks to the power that scripture memory and time spent in God’s Word can bring to those obstacles. Chuck’s stories speak to the real struggles of those dealing with memory loss. Also, A Life Worth Living features principles anyone can use to further their Kingdom impact and demonstrate the impact one person’s faithfulness can have on so many.
In this grab bag, we have 3 e-books from GLH Publishing. The prices and sale dates that the publisher has provided are under each ebook cover.