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Publisher: New Leaf Press
Marriages are failing at an alarming rate in this country. According to the Barna group, 27 percent of those who consider themselves to be born-again Christians have been divorced. How can a young couple guard themselves against becoming one of these statistics? This enlightening book by Tim and Beverly LaHaye presents the answer.
Have you ever wondered why your spouse seems to be so different from you? Are you puzzled by why God would allow two such different people to be married to one another? The LaHaye’s answer these questions and many more. They explain the role that temperament has on our actions and how this and the basic differences between men and women can create conflict in a marriage.
So you’re ready for the next chapter in your life…. Well, if you are a Christian heading to campus for the first time, there are several things you need to know about living your faith while surrounded by atheistic professors. Abby Nye has written a fantastic guide for college students who find their faith and values under assault from day one. Learn just what to expect, and how to navigate through classes while maintaining a good GPA and a positive college experience.
Abby prepares new freshman (and even seasoned students!) to be able to survive and thrive in this often hostile setting. Among the topics she covers:
*Freshman orientation week*
*The treatment of science and faith in the classroom*
*Difficult professors and real life solutions*
*The many forms of liberal “indoctrination”*
*Helpful campus groups and managing peer pressure*
This book is truly a must reading for students embarking for any college—a valuable handbook for parents, teachers, and students alike.
Publisher: New Leaf Press
A must read for prospective adoptive and foster parents as well as those already in the trenches of caring for a child affected by fetal substance abuse, early childhood trauma, abandonment, and attachment issues.
Kristin Berry tells her family’s story honestly, and does not shy away from the challenges she and her family has faced, including isolation and depression. Written with her son’s blessings, in the hopes that others will learn about and understand what it is like to live with FASD…
“Mom you need to write the truth. It is hard to live with FASD. I hate that I have hurt people. I hate that school is hard. I hate that I always make the wrong choice. I hate living like this. People need to know what this is like. People need to know that drinking while pregnant is never okay. People need to know!”
The story began like a dream…
Indoctrination disguised as education. The religion of climate change enshrined. Witchcraft and the occult made mainstream. Fake news. We live in a world where deception is rampant and true agendas are rarely revealed.
Jesus foretold of this time as He answered His disciples’ question: What will be the sign of your coming and of the end of the age? Bible prophecy experts present analysis of today’s issues and events in Deceivers, revealing that Christ’s prophecy is literally unfolding before us today.
A collection of 12 leading experts.
Discover false prophets hiding behind the thin veneer of religious half-truths
Unveil the globalist agenda behind diplomatic, judicial, and political hypocrisy
Go behind misleading headlines and entertainment illusions to discern the truth.
Publisher: New Leaf Press
Price: $2.99 (Jan 20-21)
Those in the church and ministry are familiar with the Great Commission – the call to go forth and make disciples. However, for many, it isn’t that easy in a world increasingly influenced by doubters and distractions. Many Christian leaders may talk about it, but few really do it. Making disciples isn’t a complicated program, but a simple plan that comes only from Jesus. Now a diverse group of pastors, representing urban and rural communities, secular and Christian areas, as well as diverse multicultural backgrounds, and all known for successfully making new disciples, have gathered these sermons to encourage others to be disciple makers too. Discover:
– How Jesus practiced the Great Commission before He ever preached it
– Why discipleship begins with a whole-life understanding of worship
– When disciple-making gets confused with church growth efforts
These and countless other insights will help guide you in a faithful, deliberate effort to fulfill the Great Commission – no matter where you live or what communities in which you minister. Included in the book are:
– The sermon texts and their outline formats.
– 12 study guides, one for each sermon, that can be used in small group or one-on-one settings in the week following the preaching of the sermon.
– A final appendix providing a self-evaluation tool that helps each person being discipled to evaluate the progress they are making in their walk with Christ.
Jesus told us that the greatest commandment is to love God with all of our heart, soul, strength, and mind and the second greatest is to love our neighbor as ourselves. We often emphasize the vertical relationship with God, while the horizontal relationships with our neighbors are neglected.
Simon Schrock has written a gentle reminder to each of us about our duty to our fellow man. At one time or another, everyone needs a helping hand, an encouraging pat on the back, or simply someone to listen. One Anothering prompts us to be genuine and loving in our relationships with Christ as our example.
We depend on each other and will continue to rely upon togetherness and the nurtured relationships of those we know and love in the future. This book can enrich the quality of our experience with others at home, at work, and at worship.
One Anothering is an intensely practical approach to loving our neighbor, written by someone who lives by what he says and easily communicates this great need to all of us.
The Church of Jesus Christ in America is in great need of a revival. Currently revival is sweeping many parts of the world with the exception of America, Japan, and Western Europe, the three materialistic societies.
In this book the author looks at the role prayer has played and will play in reviving the Church. Without a powerful move of God, our nation has no hope.