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Esther Press Presents Follow God’s Will by Brittany Ann
Where is God leading you next? In a conversation or your next decision? Don’t simply guess and hope you’re right. Let Follow God’s Will teach you how to confidently hear God’s voice, understand His Word, and determine His will for yourself.
With just the right mix of practical advice, in-depth Bible study, and real-life examples, Follow God’s Will provides the biblical framework needed to answer questions, including:
How can I figure out God’s will for my life personally?
How should I understand the Bible’s words for today?
How can I live out my faith on a day-to-day basis?
How do I share the gospel without being weird or pushy?
How should I navigate relationships with non-Christians in love?
Esther Press Presents Take Back Your Joy by Nicole Jacobsmeyer
Have you ever wondered where God is when life is hard, joy is gone, and you have more tears than tissues?
Does it feel like your circumstances are more than you can handle?
YOU’RE NOT ALONE!
What if in your darkest moments you could:
• Embrace a clear sense of purpose
• Stay grounded in God’s Word
• Serve others with gratitude
• Choose forgiveness—again and again
• Discover the freedom of giving up control
For use in Churches, small groups, and for your own devotional time, 40 Prayers for the Christmas Season provides simple, accessible prayers for use between Christmas and Epiphany. Adapted from the popular 500 Prayers series and written in everyday language, this book is the perfect resource to help mark one of the most important seasons in the Christian calendar—yet one often neglected in the demands of Christmas and the New Year.
Esther Press Presents Stand in Confidence by Amanda Pittman
Culture, church, and life have sold us narratives about who we’re supposed to be as women. If we play the part well, we gain love, acceptance, validation, and significance. When we don’t know which role to play from one day to the next, we sink in insecurity. We feel driven to people-please, downplay, settle, and perform. In all this, we accept less than the abundant life Jesus died to give us.
Amanda Pittman, founder of Confident Woman Co., explains how we can rewrite their damaging self-beliefs with the truth about our God-given identity by establishing the Four Components of Confidence:
Clarity—Embrace our identity and define our design
Connection—Connect with God and connect with others
Competency—Develop our ability and expand our capacity
Conviction—Know our responsibility and use our authority
With a new perspective and focus, we will stand confidently upon the finished work of Jesus and live boldly in our God-given
Some pastors preach boring sermons. Some church music is dull. But here’s the thing: If Jesus had been boring, the disciples wouldn’t have followed him and the Pharisees wouldn’t have killed him.
So if you’re bored, don’t waste another minute. If your church service feels like a failed pep rally that never leads to the actual game, then it’s time for you to follow Jesus onto the field where the opposition is real and the stakes are extraordinary. It will get messy. It won’t always be comfortable. But you’ll make a difference. And you’ll discover that nobody’s bored out there. Nobody.
Messy Morning. Busy days. Sleepless nights. Motherhood takes everything you’ve got—even when you’re on empty. Long days make it hard to find calm in the midst of chaos, but there is hope. With the Thrive Moms Bible Studies, women will discover an abundant life in Christ, throw off fear to take up the freedom Jesus died to give, and find rest in the midst of the never-ending busy.
Each study encourages women to hold on to their relationship with the Lord. Titles include:
Far too often, life’s challenges and questions cause people to fight feelings of doubt and despair, as they search endlessly for hope. In Singing in the Dark, Ginny Owens introduces the reader to powerful ways of drawing closer to God and how the elements of music, prayer, and lament offer rich, vibrant, and joyful communion with Him, especially on the darkest days.
Ginny has gained a unique life perspective, as she has lived without sight since age three. She brings rich, biblical teaching that will encourage readers and compel them to dig deep into the beautiful songs, prayers, and poetry of Scripture—the same words through which the people of the Bible flourished in impossible circumstances.
Singing in the Dark includes reflection and journaling prompts at the end of each chapter.