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Publisher: Christian Focus Publications
Price: $2.99 (May 22-23)
In this transformational book, trusted pastor Thabiti Anyabwile repositions our thinking about spiritual fellowship. Extending the concept of Divine life presented in Henry Scougal’s classic The Life of God in the Soul of Man, Anyabwile contends that union with Christ is not individualistic, but is discerned in the soul of the local church. This vision of spiritual fellowship is not centered on external activities and programs, but on our shared life in Christ, as we share one another’s sufferings, use our spiritual gifts for the good of the body, partner in spreading the gospel and grow spiritually together. The Life of God in the Soul of the Church- Experienced personally by believing the truth; shared relationally in the church…leads to great joy and holiness.
Ravi Zacharias passed on into glory on May 19, 2020. To honor his legacy we’ve put together a grab bag of some of his books that are on sale.
When your faith tells you what’s right, but your feelings are spoiling for a fight . . . how do you deal with difficult people?
Racing ahead regardless of your feelings may seem like the responsible thing to do. However, trying to live biblically while sidestepping feelings is like driving with the handbrake on—you can’t get very far, and you’re miserable the entire time.
Dr. Audrey recommends a smoother ride. Drawing from over a decade of counseling experience, she reveals:
· How to release that handbrake and work with your feelings
· What makes some people difficult
· Why getting angry makes matters worse
· How to determine if you should attempt reconciliation
· Reasons you can trust God for the final say—
· And more.
If you can name one difficult person, this book is for you.
“I have had the privilege of seeing how Dr. Audrey Davidheiser can help the most broken and traumatized people find hope and healing. She has helped hundreds of people at The Dream Center move from paralyzing pain to true freedom in Christ. I would recommend this book to anyone who wants to learn an effective strategy to truly see lives changed.”
– Kelli Bradley, Director of Ministries, Los Angeles Dream Center
Publisher: Reformation Heritage Books
Price: $2.99 (May 22-23)
We often use the word faith without thinking much about its meaning. We know that without faith, it is impossible to please God and that faith is the core and foundation of daily Christian living. But what is faith? Author Joel R. Beeke believes we can best understand faith by seeing how it operates by the Spirit in the lives of fallen sinners like us. Accordingly, he considers essential aspects of faith operating in the lives of Adam and Eve, the Shunammite woman, the Canaanite woman, and Caleb. With pastoral warmth, he challenges readers to ask themselves three questions: Do I have this kind of faith? Am I exercising the particular aspect of faith being described? How can this example of a particular dimension of faith be used in my life to make me a mature believer? Study questions for each chapter encourage meaningful reflection for both individual and group study.
Table of Contents:
Foreword by Geoff Thomas
Adam and Eve: Childlike Faith
The Shunammite Woman: Submissive Faith
The Bible uses the word, Christian, to describe followers of Jesus a grand total of three times. But there’s another identifier that fills the pages of the New Testament–a word we’ve mistakenly reserved for the halo-wearing elite, losing something profound in the process.
Wrapped in this ancient word is a divine invitation to discover who God created you to be and awaken to the life you were meant to know. Using Scripture and stories from his own experience, Addison Bevere makes a compelling case that the life you desire is found in the mystery of this sacred identity.
If you want to exchange lifeless religion for the wonder of following Jesus, this book will spur you onward in your journey.